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Every training need is unique. Build your own training and choose module blocks to fit your specific audience, objectives and time constraints. Hone in on topics that address areas of concern, help build a PSM culture, or onboard new employees. Choose a broad overview or dive deep into a PSM element. The choice is yours. Fill out the contact form below today and see how Provenance can help provide just what you need for PSM success!
Building Your Training Program
- Exploring Process Safety Management
- Why PSM? In this module you will identify your existing impressions of PSM and review the history behind the OSHA PSM Standard. Discover the original intent of regulators and how PSM has progressed to date.
- Process vs. Personal Safety
- What is the consequence? In this module, you will compare and contrast process safety with personal safety. You will be able to identify common themes and different impacts.
- The Five PSM Mindsets™ and OSHA’s PSM Standard
- What are the critical mindsets of PSM? How does your work connect to the 14 PSM elements? In this module, you will study the OSHA 1910.119 Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard document in detail and connect each element to Five PSM Mindsets™. Learn to relate PSM to your everyday activities on and off the job.
- The Five PSM Mindsets™ and You
- What are the critical mindsets of PSM? How do you rate and how can you improve in each mindset and the 14 PSM elements? In this module, you will connect each element to Five PSM Mindsets™. Learn to relate PSM to your everyday activities on and off the job.
- Team Perspective
- Whose job is PSM? In this module, you will connect PSM responsibilities to the organizational roles in the facility. Discuss team dynamics and consider how you can make meaningful contributions to teams you are connected to.
- Taking Ownership
- “What is my role in PSM? What barriers are in my way?” In this module, you will identify strategies to take charge of your learning, address obstacles to improvement, and bring the Five PSM Mindsets™ back with you.
- Compliance vs. Culture
- What is the danger of a “check the box” mentality? In this module you will explore the difference between compliance with a regulation and creating a process safety culture. Specific PSM elements can be targeted based on your needs.
- Information for Decisions – detailed review of PSI from a case study or site specific
- What contributes to good process safety decisions? In this module, you will review process safety information from a case study or from your own site. Practice using process safety information for design and operating decisions.
- Hazard and Risk Assessment
- What is the risk? In this module, you will perform a mock Process Hazard Analysis using case study process safety information. Analyze hazard scenarios, safeguards, and risk matrices.
- Making Changes
- A small change can have a big impact. In this module you will identify the steps in making changes. Determine what and who should be considered when a change is about to be made. Ask the right questions from design to start-up.