In addition to our scheduled courses, AcuTech provides on-site training on process safety, risk management, and security topics. Any of the scheduled courses can be delivered as an on-site program. It can be customized to your company and facility. For example, the Process Hazard Analysis for Team Leaders course can use your facility’s processes as workshop example and your corporate PHA guidelines can be incorporated into the class.
Benefits to onsite courses include:
Custom Focus for Enhanced Value. Courses are designed to address unique requirements of your personnel, utilizing their time efficiently and your money effectively.
Limit travel expenses. By bringing our experts to you, you realize significant savings in travel expenses and time lost.
Minimal impact to work schedules. Your personnel are trained at your facility, minimizing their time offsite and the possible need to bring in additional shift coverage.
The following are other popular courses AcuTech has provided to other clients. Please contact us to discuss your training needs and we would be happy to provide a proposal tailored to your requirements.
PSM Overview / 1 Day / .7 CEUs
This one day course provides an overview of the elements of the OSHA Process Safety Management (PSM) standard. Participants received a basic understanding of the process safety elements regulated by U.S. OSHA and EPA, including background and requirements for each element. The one day format is ideal as both initial and refresher training for larger groups of employees.
PHA for Team Members / 1 Day / .7 CEUs
This course is designed for staff who will participate as team members in process hazard analyses. The emphasis is on understanding and applying HAZOP and What-If methodologies. The objective is to improve understanding of the PHA process so that sessions will run more smoothly allowing team leaders to spend less time training team members and more time analyzing processes. A deeper understanding of how to apply the methodology also results in more thorough studies.
PHA Revalidations/Advanced Topics in PHA / Length varies by client
This course is customized to your facility and staff from a variety of advanced topics and workshops. Topics may include: revalidations, project PHAs, PHA/LOPA, PHA/SIL.
Using PHAPro for PHA Studies / 1 Day / .7 CEUs
This is a one day hands-on training to use PHAPro software for documenting PHAs. The workshop includes practical applications of leading a HAZOP, basic use of PHAPro, advanced applications for PHAPro, practical experience leading a team through “real” HAZOP scenarios. The course can be customized to use your site’s processes.
Quantitative Risk Assessment / 3 Days / 2.1 CEUs
Course objectives are to provide participants with technical and managerial understanding of Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA). The training focuses on the proper approach to conducting QRAs as well as guidance and tools to aid in leading studies. This 3-day course will provide you with the technical and leadership skills necessary to successfully plan and execute a QRA, and is ideal for companies interested in developing some in-house QRA leadership skills.
Incident Investigation / 2 Days / 1.4 CEUs
This two day Incident Investigation training course enables attendees to conduct a comprehensive investigation to rind root causes of incidents and near misses. The program will include: establishing an investigation management system, investigation priorities, gathering evidence (physical, interviews, and documentation), reaching root causes, reporting, recommendations, and response. The course also covers responding to major incidents and cooperation with OSHA, EPA, CSB, and other investigative organizations.
Human Factors in Process Safety / 2 Days / 1.4 CEUs
This course provides knowledge necessary to develop and implement a practical and comprehensive program for reducing risk related to human factors in process safety. The course will include methods for analyzing human factors and, in particular, errors in design or operation. Methods and software to systematically analyze human error and human reliability will be reviewed. The intent is to overlay an existing PSM system with a program that emphasizes human factors considerations. This course is intended to develop your knowledge on the principles of human error, human reliability, and human factors design. Also included is advice to practice methods such as human factors surveys, HAZOP of procedures, and Task Analysis techniques.