Process Safety Management (1-2 hours of training)

This comprehensive Activ interactive multimedia-training program consists of one lesson that provides an overview of the process safety management regulation. The lesson includes process safety information, process hazards analysis, operation procedures and safety procedures.

Audience: This program is mandatory training for all employees involved in a process.

Prerequisites: This lesson is designed so that no prior knowledge is required.

Objectives:

  • Describe process safety management
  • Describe employer and employee responsibilities for process safety management
  • Describe hazards of Highly Hazardous Chemicals (HHCS)
  • Identify information pertaining to process technology
  • Explain the purpose of process diagrams
  • Describe the elements of correct design, construction and maintenance of process equipment
  • Describe a process hazard analysis
  • Identify the elements addressed in a Process Hazard Analysis (PHA)
  • Describe how PHA results are addressed by the facility
  • Identify phases that require operating procedures
  • Describe how PHA results are handled
  • Identify the steps for each operating phase of a process
  • Describe safety and health considerations of a process
  • Identify safe work practices under process safety management
  • Explain initial and refresher training
  • Describe a pre-startup safety review
  • Describe management of change in a process
  • Identify facility requirements for contractors working on or adjacent to a process
  • Identify contract employer requirements for contractors working on or adjacent to a process
  • Describe an incident investigation
  • Explain the elements of emergency planning and response
  • Describe employer’s responsibility for compliance with the PSM standard