IOSH Principles of Process Safety Management
This course outlines the importance Process Safety Management plays within the high hazard sector, identifying the key areas of prevention, control, mitigation and human factors.
This course can be customised to your needs, so please enquire about cost and availability.
The IOSH Principles of Process Safety Management course is tailored to those responsible for process safety and risk management. With a focus on managing the integrity of operating systems and processes that handle hazardous substances, the course specifically deals with the prevention and control of events that may release hazardous materials and energy.
Who is this course for?
Managers, safety professionals and high-level supervisors working within the high hazard sector have both autonomy and managerial responsibilities for good design principles, engineering, operating and maintenance practices.
Duration: Two days
IOSH approved written assessment. Pass Mark: 70% (14/20)
❖ Identify the role of the regulator
❖ Recognise the impact of poor process management
❖ Recall various tools that contribute to effective process safety management
❖ Discuss the significance of a leadership role within the major hazard management system
❖ Recognise ways to foster a robust safety culture
❖ Identify the components of competence
❖ Understand the concept of inherently safer design and barriers use, underpinned by strong emergency response procedures
TRAINING FOR A LIFE-LONG CAREER
This course is just one step in a long career in the Tank Storage and Process industries. We offer a wide range of courses that can help your career progression in whichever avenue you are pursuing.
We provide guidance on your career pathway with advice on relevant courses and how you can access them.
For more info on your progression, get in touch with your Learning Advisors: Karon Reynolds and Mollie King.
Reynolds Training Services Ltd
Technical Training Centre
Redwood Park Estate, Stallingborough
North East Lincolnshire
Lead Tutor: John Reynolds
The driving force behind Reynolds and a leading figure in the Bulk Storage sector.