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Chemical Process Safety Fundamentals-Essential Things you Ought to Know to Control/Eliminate Process Incidents in the Chemical Industry

Chemical Process Safety Fundamentals-Essential Things you Ought to Know to Control/Eliminate Process Incidents in the Chemical Industry

Registration Deadline: OCTOBER 4, 2019
Dates:              October 9, 2019
Meets:              W from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Hours:              8.00
Location:          SEED Center, 4310 Ryan Street, 2nd Floor
Instructor:        Roy E. Sanders
Fee:                 Course Fees

·         $350.00 regular fee (includes breakfast and lunch) ·         $450.00 regular fee (breakfast, lunch, and a copy of Roy Sanders’ book Chemical Process Safety: Learning from Case Histories, 4th ed.)
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About the Course


Effective Chemical Process Safety is paramount for Chemical Plant and Petroleum Refinery Enginnering, Operations and Maintenance. Yet many colleges, universities and other training programs are nearly silent on the essential practical fundamentals of process safety. In previous offerings this course was titled "What Went Wrong? - Learning Process Safety from Chemical Plant Incidents." This course uses multiple vivid case histories both large and small to heighten your awareness, understanding and appreciation of fires, explosions, toxic releases and other chemical plant accidents.Get a real-life look at case histories of process accidents in the petroleum refining and chemical industries. Review numerous actual process case histories and view hundreds of vivid images of olant sites or damaged equipment. Enjoy interactive participation to help identify the causes of previous accidents and learn to mitigate and eliminate chemical process hazards. Learn practical fundamentals during a fast-paced, interactive exchange on Process Safety details between you, other attendees and the presenter.
During this course your attention will be focused on practical "within-the-fence" details that have been overlooked by well-meaning, dedicated employees and resulted in costly incidents. You will review fundamentals and the needed foundations for a Management of Change Program that is vital for Safe Operations.
Some basics of Fires and Explosions will be examined through case histories. You will review process safety elements revealed by Tales Tanks Tell. (Tanks are often the Victims of Chemical Process Mishaps and vividly expose the mistakes of our judgments.)
See a "situation response" technique you can use at your facility, and learn about Relative Risk, Layers of Protection in chemical plants and much more!
Course Outline ·         Morning Session o   Risk and the Perception of Risk o   Accidental Fires and Explosions o   Plant Modifications: Trouble and Treatments ·         Afternoon Session o   A Look at Human Error o   Tales Tanks Tell o   Layers of Protection Found in Industry

REGISTRATION

·         Certificates will be issued for 0.8 CEUs and 8 PDHs.

·         Pay online with Visa, MasterCard, or Discover ·         For American Express, contact Cheryl Smith at (337) 475-5573. ·         Checks should be made payable to McNeese State University and mailed to the following address: McNeese State University Institute for Industry-Education Collaboration Box 91834 Lake Charles, LA 70609      

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION   Phone: 337-562-4592  Email: iiec@mcneese.edu
Refund Policy: Refunds for non-attendance will be given if a written notification is received up to 5 working days prior to the first day of the course. No refunds will be given after that day. In the event that an attendee cannot attend, he/she is welcome to send another person as a replacement at no charge or accept a credit for a future course.
DISCLAIMER: The McNeese State University Institute for Industry-Education Collaboration will always make the best effort to avoid cancelling a course.  This course, like any other, can be cancelled for a number of reasons.  If the course is cancelled, you will be refunded the full amount.  Please be aware of this possibility when making travel and hotel arrangements.