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Fall 2020 Process Safety Training Opportunities

FALL PSM TRAINING AND WEBINARS

Join our experts as they share their insight into specific process safety topics

Providing timely, high-quality technical courses and webinars is one of the unique ways that Trinity and its employees promote best practices and continuous improvement in a wide range of industries and specialty areas.

The experts within Provenance are thrilled to add their collective knowledge and experience to the robust catalogue of available courses.Read more

Data Management, Mechanical Integrity, Process Safety Management, Webinar

What are “Good Faith Efforts”? PSM/RMP Compliance Discretion and COVID-19 [Webinar]

In response to the health and safety concern presented by the coronavirus in essential industries, OSHA and the EPA have both published enforcement discretion notices that are meant to add some breathing room for facilities juggling regulatory compliance with personal safety. However, the stipulations put in place for facilities to lean on these temporary enforcement policies, especially with regard to the OSHA PSM and EPA RMP standards, are vague as to what facilities must do to qualify for leniency in compliance.

Facilities must demonstrate “good faith efforts”, but what does that really mean with regard to PSM/RPM program elements?Read more

Data Management, PHA, Process Safety Management, Relief Systems, Webinar

Crisis Operations: Is Your PSM Program at Risk? [Webinar]

The COVID-19 pandemic crisis forced rapid-fire decision making nearly overnight for most businesses, including refineries and chemical manufacturers. The balance between protecting employees and managing processes safely was struck in most facilities through focusing on two things – staffing changes (reduced onsite presence) and spending changes (delayed/canceled projects, budget cuts). Now that we have found a new rhythm, it’s time to assess the unintended consequences of those forced decisions.

Specifically, have these deviations in day-to-day operations created more risks to your PSM program?Read more