Could your facility be under-utilizing your operating procedures? Find out how to use them beyond day-to-day operations.
This 60-minute sponsored webinar starts off by looking at why operating procedures are essential to your safety and efficiency, OSHA requirements related to their content and generation and common mistakes made in the process. You’ll then go on to consider the ways operating procedures can be used beyond the day to day. Learn how operating procedures are a vital part of your PHAs and closely linked to PSI. In addition, discover effective methods for maintaining, storing and accessing operating procedures. By the end of the webinar, you’ll have a better understanding of operating procedures and how to use them more effectively in your facility.
Justin Phillips has over eight years of onshore and offshore oil & gas process engineering and project execution experience. His technical experience includes process design with specialty in flare and relief systems.
Justin is the Relief Systems Line of Service Manager at Provenance Consulting, LLC. He holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Texas.
This Provenance Consulting sponsored webinar helps you address the causes and the consequences of inconsistencies in PHAs and LOPAs while meeting the requirements of OSHA 1910.119 PSM. You’ll learn how maintaining consistency in PHAs can help simplify management of equipment in your facility, greatly improve risk assessment efficiency and make follow-up easier. You’ll see demonstrations of risk ranking guidelines, release quantity tables, and equipment databases to show that PHAs can be consistent across your organization. This webinar also discusses how to use industry guidelines, past incidents, and your current PHAs to create helpful guides for your PHA team and facilitator.
Patrick Fisher is a chemical engineer with experience in the industrial and refining industries with proven results in process hazard analysis (PHA)/layer of protection analysis (LOPA) facilitation and training, and safety instrumented function design. As a PHA facilitator, he helps large organizations meet the PHA, MOC, PSSR, and PSI requirements of the OSHA PSM standard. His background includes publications on risk analysis, minimizing independent protection layers, and leading indicators of process safety.
This webinar highlights and discusses the benefits and importance of integrating the Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) process with your Management of Change (MOC) process, conducting a PHA on Capital and Plant Projects, and ensuring the adequacy of the PHA team membership. Apart from the obvious benefit of identifying hazards and mitigating them before the process is built, PHAs can also be used to identify issues with the design, screen out potential surprises and costly system modifications, and help with budgeting and revenue allocation for the project life cycle.
In order to accomplish successful integration and realize the inherent benefits, it is imperative to obtain buy-in from the management team and the appropriate subject matter experts that should be part of the Process Hazard Analysis team.
By the end of this presentation, you should be able to present your organization with specific examples to support these types of discussions and open the door for approaching leadership to implement some or all of the suggested practices and approaches.
Nestor Paraliticci is a former Senior PHA Facilitator at Provenance Consulting. He has over 10 years of experience in the Oil and Gas Industry along with over 10 years in the Safety and Health Industry. With a focus in PHA/LOPA facilitation and training, he also provides process safety management services including process safety compliance, incident investigation, and project management.
Nestor holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Detroit in Detroit, Michigan.
Inconsistent Process Hazard Analyses cost money, reduce operability, and can have a negative impact on safety culture. Join Patrick Fisher, a Chemical Engineer at Provenance Consulting, in an informative webinar that will allow you to understand the causes and the consequences of inconsistencies in Process Hazard Analyses and in Layers of Protection Analyses.