Published on January 26, 2016
1. PROCESS SAFETY ENGINEERING 25 – 29 July 2016, Kuala Lumpur Course Director: Ronald Frend Ron is a registered engineer, and has over forty five years of engineering, consulting and management experience. He rose to a senior management position in Shell International (Middle East) before opening an engineering consultancy in England. www.petroEDGEasia.net
2. PROCESS SAFETY ENGINEERING 25 – 29 July 2016| Kuala Lumpur Train Your Whole Team At A Convenient Time And Location Through In-House Training. Call us at +65 9170 3171 to enquire or email your query to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit us at www.petroedgeasia.net for more information. About the Training Course Safety in Process Design includes a wide range of subjects with many applications in Oil & Gas, Chemical and Process industries, related to hydrocarbons and chemical processing. This course provides an overview of important elements of process safety as they are often encountered in today’s industrial practice. The emphasis is on engineering design aspects of Process Safety Management and it will highlight the safeguarding aspects of processing equipment inside the plant. Techniques for analysing and mitigating process safety hazards applicable to hydrocarbon processing will be reviewed. Integration of the concepts required to achieve an optimum approach to Process Safety Engineering is the main goal of this course. Exercises and useful examples will be utilized throughout the course to emphasize the key learning points. The course objectives are: Comprehensive understanding of different aspects of process design that influence process safety Ability to select an “inherently safer design” for the entire process plant operation Knowledge on the mechanical structure integrity of process equipment Familiarity with hazards associated with process fluids regarding material degradation Experience with the Code requirements for sizing relief valves, methodology for determining the relief flows and handling the relief streams Knowledge of how to operate with emergency depressuring systems (EDP) system for prevention of fire and gas explosions Upon completion of this course, the delegates will learn: Importance of the concept of “Inherently Safer Design” Design principles based on Codes and Standards for safe operation of process equipment Selection and sizing of safety valves and pressure relief systems Common process hazards analysis methods: HAZOP, LOPA, FMEA Detection and prevention methods for fire and explosion accidents Plant Equipment Inspection (NDT) and Maintenance Procedures Training Methodology The training course will be conducted along workshop principles with formal lectures and interactive examples, which will result in the active participation of all delegates in discussions and teamwork. Real life examples will be selected to illustrate the efficient operation and potential technical failures as well as their root causes. The emphasis will be on troubleshooting the problems and maintaining plant safety. There will be ample opportunities for active, open discussion and sharing professional experiences on various safety issues. All course materials will be provided. On completion of this course the delegate will be able to critically analyse the safety methodologies employed within the organisation and instigate improvements where required. The knowledge gained in this course will: Enable the delegate to optimise the operation of various components of equipment while maintaining safety of the plant Give the delegate confidence to carry out risk minimization analyses on process equipment thereby avoiding failures Enable measures to enhance equipment status for the given operating conditions Give better handling of pressure relief system Enable better specification of new and replacement of old elements of piping system Allow tighter control of maintenance budgets by the avoidance of unplanned equipment failures in service Who Should Attend? Engineers and technicians in oil & gas, chemical and process industries Process, mechanical and chemical engineers Engineers and technicians who deal with reactors and piping systems Design engineers, project engineers and HSE managers Control, automation and instrumentation engineers Operators and maintenance personnel
3. PROCESS SAFETY ENGINEERING 25 – 29 July 2016| Kuala Lumpur Train Your Whole Team At A Convenient Time And Location Through In-House Training. Call us at +65 9170 3171 to enquire or email your query to email@example.com. Visit us at www.petroedgeasia.net for more information. 5 Days Course Outline DAY ONE Overview of Safety in Process Design Definition of Safety in Process Design Overview of Historical Incidents and Problem Areas Components of Process Safety: People, Plant, Process Risk Identification and Safety Analysis Process Hazard Analysis: HAZOP, LOPA, FMEA Hazards Associated with Specific Plant Systems Elimination of Hazards through Process Design Prevention of Human Error through Process Control and Monitoring DAY FOUR Design of Pressure Relief Systems Design of Safety Valves Operation of Pressure Relief System Calculation and Sizing of Relief Loads of Pressure Relief Systems Pressure Relief Valves vs. Rupture Discs Codes, Standards and Best Practices Specifics of Pressure Relief Systems for Pumps, Compressors, Turbines Process Plant Disposal Systems Disposal Hazards, Risk Assessment and Environmental Factors DAY TWO Inherently Safer Design “Inherently Safer Design” Methodology Pre-Design and Design Phases Materials of Construction and Optimized Fabrication Hazard Associated with Process Fluids and Chemical Reactions Corrosion, Erosion and Material Degradation Leakage and Loss of Primary Containment Dispersion of Hydrocarbon Release Flammability of Chemicals DAY FIVE Process Monitoring and Control Safety Instrumented Systems Process Plant Monitoring and Control System: SCADA Emergency Depressuring Systems (EDP) Prevention of Fire and Gas or Dust Explosions Safety Consideration in Plant Layout and Equipment Spacing Management of Change and Integrity Operation Window Plant Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Procedures Final Conclusions DAY THREE Safety of Process Equipment Hazard Associated with Process Equipment Safety Considerations in Reactor Design Design Procedure for Safety of Pressure Vessels, Storage Tanks, Reactors, Heat Exchangers Venting of Tanks and Vessels: Codes, Standards and Best Practices Piping System Design and Safety Design of Piping System Accessories: Valves, Fittings, Supports Assessment of Material Degradation during In-Life Cycle: Fitness for Service Monitoring, Testing and Inspection (NDT) Your Expert Course Director: Ronald Frend Ron is a registered engineer, and has over forty five years of engineering, consulting and management experience. He rose to a senior management position in Shell International (Middle East) before opening an engineering consultancy in England. Ron was assigned to Petroleum Development (Oman) as a mechanical engineer in 1983. Ron’s first job was to initiate a project to evaluate and replace as necessary the floors on all floating and fixed roof storage tanks in North Oman. The project was then expanded to cover all stationary equipment inspections and repairs so that within two years all statutory and maintenance inspections on tanks, pressure vessels, relief valves, pig traps and headers and pipelines were scheduled for inspection and scheduled targets were being achieved. During this time Ron controlled several contractors and was directly involved in financial and quality control. In 1986 Ron was moved within the section to be in control of equipment monitoring and analysis support. Ron initiated the installation of computerised analysis systems for the optimal utilisation of maintenance resources. In 1987 PDO initiated a “Zero Cost” approach to maintenance budgeting in which every aspect of maintenance and engineering had to be justified instead of (as before) extrapolating previous years costs. The core component of this budgeting exercise was the condition assessment expertise coupled with maintenance engineers’ direct knowledge of the equipment. This created a 17% reduction in the overall maintenance budget while production increased by over 15%. In 1988 Ron was promoted to Head of Surface Support. His responsibilities included the planning and direct control of all above ground maintenance support in the North Oman concession area (24,000 square kilometers). Ron used his experience and expertise of maintenance, reliability and engineering to formulate a practical methodology for effective control of maintenance activities. Ron’s training approach is respected and appreciated throughout the petrochemical, manufacturing and services industries. Ron has pioneered the use of Potential Failure Analysis (PFA) – a technique in which all possible modes of failure are examined before a failure occurs. This allows the engineers to put in place monitoring mechanisms to give advance warning of impending failures. PFA is complementary to FMEA & FMECA and ultimately RBI and RCM to enable the effective application of reliability and maintenance engineering.
4. PROCESS SAFETY ENGINEERING 25 – 29 July 2016| Kuala Lumpur Train Your Whole Team At A Convenient Time And Location Through In-House Training. Call us at +65 9170 3171 to enquire or email your query to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit us at www.petroedgeasia.net for more information. petroEDGE® delivers energy industry skills-based training courses in major cities around Asia, catering for every stage of your organisation’s development path. Since our inception, we have provided wide range of management development training, business strategy and technical skills training courses to over 100 leading international corporations and government establishments. Our growing client profile: Almansoori Wireline Services (Thailand) Maersk Drilling PT Perusahaan Gas Negara Arabian Bridge Company for Oil Services Maersk Oil Qatar PT PLN (Persero) Kantor Pusat Asetanian Marine Pte Malakoff Corporation Berhad PTT Exploration & Production Bangladesh Oil, Gas & Mineral Corp Malaysia LNG PTTEP International Limited Bergen Group ASA Malaysia Marine & Heavy Engineering PTTEP Iran Company Limited BG Exploration and Production India Malaysia-Thailand Joint Authority PTTEP Oman Company BJ Services Company Middle East Media Chinese International PVD Offshore Services Co. BP Exploration & Operating Vietnam Mid-Continent Equipment Group Pte Ranhill Engineers & Constructors BP Exploration Operating Company MISC Berhad Rhodia Asia Pacific Pte BP Indonesia / Singapore & Vietnam Mitsui Oil Exploration Co. Repsol Brunei LNG MMS (Insurance Brokers) Royal Norwegian Embassy Brunei Petroleum Murphy Oil Corporation Sabah Shell Petroleum Co Brunei Shell Petroleum Co National Healthcare Group Sapura Energy Cairn Energy India Pty Nations Petroleum (SE Asia) Sapuracrest Petroleum Berhad Carigali Hess Operating Co. Newfield Peninsula Malaysia Inc. Sarawak Shell Berhad Carigali PTTEPI Operating Company Nipon Oil Exploration (Malaysia) Saudi Arabian Oil Company CGG Veritas (M) Oceaneering International Saudi Basic Industries Corp Charnavon Petroleum Offshore Geo-Surveys Schlumberger Oilffield (S) Pte Chevron Asia South Optimal Chemicals (M) Scomi Oiltools Chevron Thailand E & P Optimal Olefins (M) Shell Eastern Petroleum CNOOC PC Vietnam Shell MDS (Malaysia) Cuulong Joint Operating Company PCPP Operating Company Shell Saudi Det Norske Veritas (DNV) As Pearl Energy (Nam Conson) Sime Darby Plantation Sdn Bhd Det Norske Veritas Pte PERMATA Singapore Petroleum Co. Dof Subsea Australia Pty Permata - PMTSB SN Aboitiz Power DPS Bristol (M) Pertamina Learning Center S-Oil Corporation Esso Malaysia Berhad PetroEnergy Resources Corp. Talisman Malaysia ExxonMobil E & P Malaysia Inc. Petrofac Malaysia Limited Tately N.V. First Gas Power Corporation Petroleum Insitute of Thailand Technip Geoproduction (M) Genting Oil & Gas Petroleum Well Logging Co. Teknik Janakuasa Geomechanics International Petrolux Temasek Holdings Pte Greatwall Drilling Company PETRONAS Holdings Tenaga Nasional Berhad Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. PETRONAS Carigali Thang Long JOC Hercules Tanjung Asia PETRONAS Carigali Vietnam Limited TL Offshore Hess (Thailand) Limited Petronas Dagangan Berhad Total (China) Investment Co. . Hoang Long Hoan Vu JOC PETRONAS Gas TOTAL E&P Indonesia Intisari Oildfield Service PETRONAS Methanol (Labuan) Trans Thai Malaysia Intra Oil & Services Bhd PETRONAS Penapisan (Melaka) Transwater API Japan Vietnam Petroleum Compan Petrousaha Engineering Services Tri-M Technologies (S) Kavin Engineering & Svcs Pte Petrovietnam Drilling & Well Services Truong Son JOC Kebabangan Petroleum Operating Co. Powertium Marine UMW Standard Drilling KUFPEC Regional Ventures (Indonesia) Premier Oil Indonesia University New South Wales Lam Son JOC PT Halliburton Indonesia Vastalux Lion Rig Builder Pte PT Medco E&P Indonesia Vinyl Chloride (Malaysia) Lundin Malaysia B.V. PT Pertamina (Persero) Head Office YTL Power International Berhad
5. PROCESS SAFETY ENGINEERING 25 – 29 July 2016| Kuala Lumpur Train Your Whole Team At A Convenient Time And Location Through In-House Training. Call us at +65 9170 3171 to enquire or email your query to email@example.com. Visit us at www.petroedgeasia.net for more information. EARLY BIRD NORMAL TEAM DISCOUNTS Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 25 - 29 July 2016 SGD 4,899 SGD 5,099 petroEDGE recognises the value of learning in teams. Group bookings at the same time from the same company receive the following: 3 or more at 5% off 5 or more at 7% off 8 of more at 10% All other promotions including early bird are exclusive of the group discount. DELEGATE DETAILS Delegate 1 Please note - Indicate if you have already registered by Phone +Fax +Email +Web - If you have not received an acknowledgement before the training course, please call us to confirm your booking. - Photocopy this form to register multiple delegates. PAYMENT METHODS By Cheque/ Bank Draft Make Payable to Asia Edge Pte. Ltd. By Direct Transfer Please quote your invoice number with the remittance advise Account Name: Asia Edge Pte. Ltd. Bank Number: 508 Account Number: 762903-001 Swift Code: OCBCSGSG All bank charges to be borne by payer. Please ensure that Asia Edge Pte Ltd receives the full invoiced amount. PAYMENT POLICY Payment is due in full at the time of registration. Full payment is mandatory for event attendance. By submitting this registration form, you have agreed to Asia Edge Pte Ltd’s payment terms CANCELLATIONS & SUBSTITUTIONS You may substitute delegates at any time. ASIA EDGE PTE LTD does not provide refunds for cancellations. For cancellations received in writing more than seven (7) days prior to the training course you will receive a 100% credit to be used at another ASIA EDGE PTE LTD training course for up to one year from the date of issuance. For cancellations received seven (7) days or less prior to an event (including day 7), no credits will be issued. In the event that ASIA EDGE PTE LTD cancels an event, delegate payments at the date of cancellation will be credited to a future ASIA EDGE PTE LTD event. This credit will be available for up to one year from the date of issuance. In the event that ASIA EDGE PTE LTD postpones an event, delegate payments at the postponement date will be credited towards the rescheduled date. If the delegate is unable to attend the rescheduled event, the delegate will receive a 100% credit representing payments made towards a future ASIA EDGE PTE LTD event. This credit will be available for up to one year from the date of issuance. No refunds will be available for cancellations or postponements. ASIA EDGE PTE LTD is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of a substitution, alteration or cancellation/postponement of an event. ASIA EDGE PTE LTD shall assume no liability whatsoever in the event this training course is cancelled, rescheduled or postponed due to a fortuitous event, Act of God, unforeseen occurrence or any other event that renders performance of this training course impracticable or impossible. For purposes of this clause, a fortuitous event shall include, but not be limited to: war, fire, labor strike, extreme weather or other emergency. PROGRAM CHANGE POLICY Please note that speakers and topics were confirmed at the time of publishing; however, circumstances beyond the control of the organizers may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers and/or topics. As such, ASIA EDGE PTE LTD reserves the right to alter or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary. Any substitutions or alterations will be updated on our web page as soon as possible. This brochure may not be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated, or converted to any electronic or machine-readable form in whole or in part without prior written approval of ASIA EDGE PTE LTD ASIA EDGE PTE. LTD. Company Registration No: No. 200710561C Copyright@ 2005 ASIA EDGE PTE LTD. All rights reserved. Mr Ms Mrs Dr Others: Name : Job Title : Department : Telephone No. : Email : Delegate 2 Mr Ms Mrs Dr Others: Name : Job Title : Department : Telephone No. : Email : Company : Address : Country : Postcode: Attention Invoice to : Telephone No. : Fax No. : 4 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER Online: www.petroedgeasia.net Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +65 9170 3171 Fax: +65 6747 8737 PROCESS SAFETY ENGINEERING R E G I S T R A T I O N F O R M
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