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e-PSM 309 Facility Siting – 14 hours On-demand Anytime

January 1 - December 31

USD595

On Demand Course e-Training 

PSRG is using On-Demand e-Training learning for e-PSM 309 Facility Siting via TalentLMS platform. There are 24 modules that each are followed by a 2-3 question quiz for reinforcement. The system requires that each module be completed and the interim quizzes be passed before moving on to the next module. Upon completing all the modules, it will followed by a graded quiz online and issue of a certificate once you pass the final quiz. You have six months to access upon completion of the course. *Optional one hour LIVE with trainer for Q&A/Discussions.

The course includes modules regarding the following: Why do we do Facility siting, What is the Regulation?, How we do Facility Siting Analyses, How to Analyze Buildings, Identifying Scenarios, Types of consequences and the vulnerabilities of persons and buildings, What kinds of Software are available, Reporting a Facility Siting Study and Pitfalls of Facility Siting.

The course is organized in 24 modules for online self-paced study. Each module includes a brief 2-3 question quiz at the end of the module. Following the completion of the modules by all learners, the instructor will schedule an online live question and answer session. Following the Q&A session, there will exercises and an online graded quiz. Upon successful completion of the quiz with a score of 80% or better the learner will be provided a certificate. The quiz and certificate will satisfy the requirements of 1910.119(g)(3) to document employee training but will not satisfy all other training requirements under the OSHA 1910.119 Process Safety Management Standard for Training.

COURSE BENEFITS

  • Learn the different methods, both qualitative and quantitative, used to address facility siting concerns and their benefits and limitations
  • Learn to identify hazardous scenarios that could affect occupied buildings
  • Learn how facility siting study addresses spacing of process units; spacing between equipment and employees in occupied buildings and spacing between equipment and potential ignition sources
  • Learn to analyze if your facility has vulnerable locations of control rooms or other occupied buildings and whether a building can provide shelter-in-place
WHO SHOULD ATTEND 

  • PSM Coordinators and Managers
  • Anyone who conducts or approves facility siting studies.
PREREQUISITES 

  • Understanding of Process Hazard Analysis techniques

 

COURSE CONTENT AND AGENDA

  1. Why do we do Facility Siting
  2. The OSHA / EPA Regulation
  3. Industry Standards and RAGAGEP
  4. Facility Siting Analyses
  5. Scenarios and Scenario selection
  6. Risk Analysis
  7. Probabilistic Risk Analysis
  8. Analyzing Builds
  9. Offsite Personnel
  10. Analyzing Hazards
  11. Fire hazard Analysis
  12. Explosion Hazard Analysis
  13. Explosion Hazard Analysis and Explosion Confinement
  14. Explosion Hazard Analysis and Explosion Vulnerability
  15. Toxics Hazard Analysis
  16. Software Selection
  17. Developing Risk Criteria
  18. Understanding Results
  19. Mitigating Hazards
  20. Pitfalls of Risk Based Analysis
  21. Using a QRA as a Facility Siting Study

Details

Start:
January 1
End:
December 31
Cost:
USD595
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Venue

Talent LMS