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Process Industry HAZOP


Techniques & Applications
Learn practical methods how to prepare, facilitate, conduct and follow-up a
high-quality and efficient Hazard and Operability Study in the process industry.
7 - 9 September 2015
Grand Mercure Jakarta Harmoni
Jakarta, Indonesia

HAZOP Leader Training


Examine, learn and develop the required competence of a HAZOP Team Leader to
successfully lead a HAZOP study team.
10 - 11 September 2015
Grand Mercure Jakarta Harmoni
Jakarta, Indonesia

Benefits of Attending:

Understand HAZOP methodology and its application


Identify when to apply HAZOP
Master the HAZOP guideword method
Fulfil the roles as competent HAZOP team members & HAZOP team leaders
Recognize the responsibilities of the HAZOP leader
Competently use a risk ranking matrix
Understand how hazard identification can predict accidents and incidents
Identify how HAZOP complements other hazard identification tools & techniques
Understand the roles of other team members particularly the HAZOP recorder
Be able to plan, organise, manage and successfully undertake a Hazard and Operability study

Your Course Leader


David Mattock
International NEBOSH, IOSH, HAZOP, LOPA,
FTA and COMAH Expert

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Process Industry HAZOP Techniques & Applications / HAZOP Leader Training

Course Leader
David Mattock
International NEBOSH, IOSH, HAZOP, LOPA, FTA
and COMAH Expert

David Mattock is a qualified health and safety professional graduated from Cardiff University, with over 20 years experience
in the Oil and Gas Industry in Operations, Technical Services, Process Safety, OHS and Environmental Management. David
worked for Kuwait Petroleum (GB) from 1997 2005. He is a trainer and consultant specialising in health and safety consultancy
in the oil and gas sectors and has worked for organisations including the Oil and Pipelines Agency, Chevron, NuStar Energy,
Certas Energy, Advanced Insulation and EDF.
He provides competent person services such as the production of safety management systems and facilitating improved health
and safety culture within organizations. In addition to competent person services, he also runs high quality off the shelf and
tailored health and safety training courses. These include the NEBOSH International Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational
Safety, IOSH Managing and Working Safely, IOSH Working Safely for Oil Terminal Operatives, a fully accredited course
written specifically for the downstream oil industry, HAZAN, Hazard and Operability Studies (HAZOPS), bow-ties and also
Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA). All trainings provided are aimed at ensuring that the delegates fully understand
the subjects and use innovative methods to achieve this including role play and real workplace examples. David has trained over
1000 delegates over the years.
He is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (CMIOSH) and is on the UK Governments
Occupational Health and Safety Consultants Register (OHSCR).

Who Should Attend

Agenda at a glance

All key persons in the organisation, who by their discipline


and/or position are likely to be called on to initiate, participate
or review a HAZOP study in the following roles
Process Safety Management
HSE (SHE/EHS/SSHE)
Plant Management
Operations & Maintenance
Engineering
Integrity & Asset Management
Risk & Security
Emergency Planning & Response

Course Registration: 8.15am


Course Commencement: 9.00am
Course Conclusion:
5.00pm
Break Times:
Two short breaks and an hour for lunch

Within the areas of:


Process Safety and HSE
Risk Management
Materials & Integrity Management
Operations, Maintenance & Engineering
Project Management
Sales, Marketing & Business Development

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Explanation of Timings: These times act as a guide and may change


slightly depending on the extent of questions asked and the depth of
interactive class discussion.

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Process Industry HAZOP Techniques & Applications


7 -9 September 2015, Jakarta, Indonesia
Learn practical methods how to prepare, facilitate, conduct and follow-up a high-quality and
efficient Hazard and Operability Study in the process industry.

ABOUT THE COURSE


The Hazard and Operability study (HAZOP) is an excellent risk evaluation tool that enables you to identify hazards
and reduce associated risks. This intensely participative 3 day training course will give you all the skills required
to carry out and interpret a HAZOP study & technique. The principles and practice, as adopted within the process
industries, are demonstrated by case study material, selected to illustrate a wide range of applications. Delegates will
practice and become familiar with the technique using generic and real life examples.

COURSE AGENDA IN SUMMARY














The foreseeability of process accidents


Overview of hazard identification techniques
Background to HAZOP
HAZOP guidewords and parameters
The basic HAZOP methodology
Selection of the study node.
Recording the study
HAZOP recommendations follow up and sign off
Risk ranking methods
The HAZOP team and its members, team selection
Setting up a HAZOP study, planning, resources and duration.
Additional features of batch processes
Other forms of the HAZOP study, Procedural, Control System

COURSE METHODOLOGY
From an early stage in the course delegates will have the opportunity to work as a HAZOP team member
undertaking a HAZOP assessment of part of a generic process plant. Successive exercises will expand the technique to
more complex examples beyond individual delegates experiences.
Delegates will also participate in the analysis of high profile process industry accidents using material in the public
domain as well as case studies form the presenters own experience. At the end of the course delegates will identify
the opportunities missed to prevent a major off shore disaster using actual video footage as well as reconstruction
sequences.

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Process Industry HAZOP Techniques & Applications


DAY 1

MONDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2015

Module 1

Introduction

Welcome & Introductory Materials


History of HAZOP
Outcome
Why HAZOPS were developed
Issues with rapidly changing technology etc

Definition of HAZOP
What a HAZOP is
Defining other hazard identification and assessment (Failure
Modes and Effects Analysis - FMEA, bow-tie analysis, HAZAN)
Process Safety vs Personal Safety
Occupational Safety frequent events with low severity
such as slips, trips and falls
Process safety infrequent events that lead to large scale
loss of life such as Unconfined Vapour Cloud Explosions
(UVCEs)
Process safety as part of a safety management system (plan,
do, check, act cycle)
Process safety culture - How an organisation behaves when
no one is watching?
Outcome
Delegates will be able to define what a HAZOP is and how it
relates to hazard identification and assessments tools
Delegates can identify the difference between process safety and
occupational safety

Why Carry Out HAZOPs


New plant
Part of a management of change (MOC) process
Practical examples of failings due to lack of MOC
Management of Change Case Study 1: the Piper Alpha
Piper Alphas change of use from oil to oil and gas
How the changes caused the disaster?
Management of Change Case Study 2: The Macondo Well Blowout
What were the factors that led to the Macondo Well Blowout?
What were the management of change factors?
How can we learn from this disaster?
Management of Change case study 3: the explosion at the
NyproFlixborough plant
Overview of plant
Changes made why?
How were the changes made and implemented?
What was the result?
Outcome
Why HAZOPS are carried

Module 2

HAZOP Concepts

HAZOP Background and Terminology


Origins of HAZOP
Explanation of Terminology Parameter, Deviation, Guideword,
Study Node, Design Intent, etc
Outcome:
Delegates will be able to define what a guideword and deviation
are

Mechanics of the HAZOP Process


Application of a Deviation to a Study Node
Examination of all possible clauses
Evaluation of Consequences of each cause
Evaluation of Safeguards against each consequences
Conclusions & Recommendations

The HAZOP Team


How is a HAZOP team composed? Members and
Responsibilities
The roles and responsibilities of a HAZOP team
Planning of HAZOP studies including resource and time
allocation
Availability and Continuity of the Study

Outcome:
Delegates will understand what their role is as part of a HAZOP
team

Generic HAZOP Example 1 & 2 Class Exercise

Recording of the HAZOP Study


Role of the Recorder
Recording format
Full and Exception Recording
Simultaneous Recording and Team Consensus
P & I Mark-Up and Sign-Off
How information from HAZOP meetings is recorded.
Dealing with issues that cannot be resolved at the HAZOP
meeting

Outcome:
Basic practical HAZOP to be carried out

Outcome:
Delegates will understand all common guidewords and how they
apply to their operation

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Outcome:
Delegates will be able to produce a HAZOP report

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Process Industry HAZOP Techniques & Applications


DAY 2

TUESDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2015

Module 3 & 4

Risk Ranking Techniques

Preparing For a HAZOP Study


When should a HAZOP be undertaken
P & I drawing status
Identifying the team
Supporting documents
Venue, Timing, Duration
Writing HAZOP Recommendations
Type of Recommendation
Quality of Recommendation: What, Why, Where
Traceability, Follow Up, Sign Off
Risk Ranking / Rating
Methods of ranking risk:
Qualitative
Quantitative
Semi-quantitative
Risk ranking matrices
Reducing risk to as low as is reasonably practicable (ALARP)

DAY 3
Module 5

Other methods of Hazard Identification


Checklist
SWIFT
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
Tasks / Job Analysis
Generic Failures Quantitative Risk Assessment
Syndicate Exercise 1
Selection of Study Node
Application of Deviations
Recording Syndicates Findings
Debrief of Syndicates HAZOP Studies

WEDNESDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2015


Management of Change

Management of change and its context to HAZOP


Defining what change is?
What is Management of Change?
Changes of equipment use
What should a management of change system contain?
Processes for dealing with changes
How HAZOP fits into the management of change process
Outcome:
Delegates will be able to define what management of change is

Module 6

Outcome:
Delegates will be able to identify and use qualitative, quantitative
and semi-quantitative techniques to rate risk and be able to use a
risk matix
Delegates will understand the term ALARP

Syndicate Exercise 2
Selection of Study Nodes
Application of Deviations
Recording syndicates findings
Debrief of syndicates HAZOP Studies

Other Types of HAZOP Study


Batch Processes
Procedural HAZOP Study
Control System Study

Case Studies

Case Study 1: BP Texas City Disaster


Using the BP Texas City disaster to understand how HAZOP can
prevent major accidents from occurring
Outcome:
Use of real incidents to understand the importance of carrying
out HAZOPS

HAZOP in the life of a Process Plant


Design Phase
Operating and standing instructions
Refresher HAZOP
Pre-Modification HAZOP

Course Review and Q & A

Case Study 2: PetroBras P-36 Sinking


Understanding how not carrying out HAZOP caused the disaster
Outcome:
Use of real incidents to understand the importance of carrying out
HAZOPS

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HAZOP Leader Training


10 -11 September 2015, Jakarta, Indonesia
Examine, learn and develop the required competence of a HAZOP Team Leader to successfully
lead a HAZOP study team.

ABOUT THE COURSE


An intensely participative 2 day training course that will develop participants already familiar with the HAZOP
technique, the skills, knowledge and attributes of a HAZOP Team Leader.
During the 2 days, opportunities will be given to lead a HAZOP team (consisting of other participants) and to be
observed performing the role for constructive feedback. Generic examples of Continuous, Batch and Procedural
HAZOP studies will provide a variety of study types.

COURSE AGENDA IN SUMMARY


Key features of the HAZOP technique and its correct application
Selection of the HAZOP team
- Role of the HAZOP team leader preparation, ground rules, planning
Managing the HAZOP team - team members, time estimates, data base
Issues arising in the HAZOP team and Team Leaders role in their resolution
Team Leader practice applying the technique to Continuous processes
Team Leader practice applying the technique to Batch processes and Procedures
Individual and class feedback on practice sessions
HAZOP Team Leaders role in the HAZOP report
HAZOP Team Leaders role in follow up and sign off

COURSE METHODOLOGY
Apart from a limited number of essential classroom lecture sessions, the majority of participants time will be spent
as members of a HAZOP team. Each delegate will be afforded the opportunity to lead the team as it undertakes
assessments of generic process plant. There will be opportunities to apply the technique Batch processes as well as to
Procedures with critical assessment of team and HAZOP Leader performance.

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HAZOP Leader Training


DAY 1
Module 1

THURSDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2015


Introduction

Welcome & Introductory Materials


Correct Application of the HAZOP Technique
Identifying causes
Developing consequences
Consensus on adequacy of safeguards
Role of HAZOPs in the Design Process
Describe stages of design process for a project and where
HAZOPs fit in

Use of HAZOP for Verification of Current Processes


How HAZOP can be used to review an existing plant and how
it relates to management of change (MOC)
Practical examples of failings with MOC (Piper Alpha,
Flixborough)
Outcome:
Understanding the importance of MOC

Outcome:
Understand how HAZOPs fit into the 6 or 8 stage project phase
plan

Module 2

HAZOP Concepts

HAZOP Guidewords and Terminology


Outcome:
Delegates will understand all common guidewords (both
industry and those used on Viridor projects) and how they apply to
their operation
HAZOP Practical Example Involving Filling a Corrosive
Substance Into a Bulk Storage Tank
Outcome:
Basic practical HAZOP to be carried out

Common Pitfalls When Carrying out HAZOPs


Understanding issues that can occur as part of the HAZOP
process.
Incorrect assumptions
Inaccurate drawings
Not enough time / resources set aside
Outcome:
Delegates will be able to anticipate issues that may occur as part of
the HAZOP study and with planning be able to avoid them

HAZOP Team Leaders Role in Planning the Study


Selecting the team
Ground Rules
Working Arrangements, Duration, Venue
Managing the Data

Batch Process HAZOP


Additional Deviations
Estimating Duration
Recording of HAZOP Meetings
How information from HAZOP meetings is recorded
Dealing with issues that cannot be resolved at the HAZOP
meeting
Outcome:
Delegates will be able to produce a HAZOP report to Viridor
standards

Procedural HAZOP
Specific Features
Estimating Duration

Managing the HAZOP Team


Team members vital roles
Managing Team, Resources, Data
HAZOP Team issues
Consensus vs Coercion
Motivating the team
Absences
Conflict
Personalities

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HAZOP Leader Training


Module 3

Human Factors

The Requirements for Practical and Operational Knowledge


Consideration of human factors
Mistakes / deviations
Human Factors HSG 48 model

Module 4

HAZOP Practical 1

Process & Batch HAZOP Exercise


Syndicate work in HAZOP Teams
Delegates will undertake HAZOP Team Leader role

DAY 2
Module 5

FRIDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2015


HAZOP Practical 2

Process, Batch & Procedural HAZOP Exercises


Group will be spilt into teams of 4 and carry out a HAZOP
Team will split activity into stages and carry a full HAZOP on the process
Each team will be required to work in separate syndicate room for this to be effective
Each stage of the HAZOP will be reviewed as a full group
Outcome:
All delegates will be encouraged participate in the HAZOP
Delegates will use the correct terminology and produce a detailed and accurate HAZOP

Module 6

HAZOP Team Leaders Role After the Study

Risk Ranking
Action Item Assignment

Module 6

Course Assessment

HAZOP Course Assessment


Delegates will complete an individual assessment based on a simple HAZOP
The assessment will ensure delegates have understood how to carry out a HAZOP
The assessment will be under exam conditions and last 45 minutes
Outcome:
Delegates must score 50% or higher to pass the assessment

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