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Process safety prospectus

This course is designed to make the trainee completely acquainted with the importance of safety in the design and operation of chemical plants. Methods such as HAZOP, HAZAN and HAZID that are used for the quantification of process hazards. Design and sizing of relief systems. Widely used methods of safety analysis including overpressure / explosion calculations, worst-case analysis, risk & reliability analysis, layer of protection analysis (LOPA), etc.

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Process safety prospectus

  1. 1. Solutions Pvt Ltd Process Safety Training Prospectus
  2. 2. 01 One of our lagship courses, Process Safety is designed for industry professionals and students who aim to take responsibilities for designing, implementing and support safety management in a process facility. This course would enable you to identify typical industrial hazards and apply the techniques to prevent them, ultimately resulting in Inherently Safer Designs (ISD). This course encompasses the fundamentals of safety in the design and operation of chemical plants. The objective of this course bouquet is to equip participants with basic principles of process hazard identi ication, safety standards followed in the industry and process safety management. Explore the topics covered in this course in the following sections. Process Safety Simulanis Solutions delivers technical and professional- development services in the specialized ield of Process Engineering. With a team of well-quali ied trainers having quality experience of working with the process engineering departments of FTSE-100 multinational companies, we deliver cutting-edge professional development services which focus on implementing industry's leading practices. Our training services are aimed at enabling professionals and engineering graduates to excel in the industry by bridging the skills gap. The content of our training services is backed by intensive research and peer- reviewed by experts from premier Process Engineering faculties of the world. We pride ourselves to be an international-level Process Engineering training service providers in India. Introduction
  3. 3. 02 Course Details 1. Pressure Relief Benefits and Outline Through this training course, Simulanis intends to present a simple and a lucid account of a topic as complicated and as critical as designing reliable emergency pressure relief systems for industrial facilities. The course will be of particular signi icance to the experienced process engineers and specialists within the ield who have a fairly good command over the fundamentals of luid dynamics and process engineering concepts in general, as it logically and sequentially takes the participant through the different phases involved in selecting, designing, sizing, rating and simulating pressure relief systems. An outline has been shown below: Introduction to Pressure Relief Pressure Relief Devices Identi ication of Relief Events and Scenarios Fluid behavior during relief (DIERS Technology) Pressure Relief System Design and Calculations Pressure Relief Calculations using Simulation Tools Features Concepts are well-explained using an easy-to-grasp terminology and supported by a vast array of sample problems and case studies which illustrate the subject matter and the complex calculation procedures. Sample problems and case studies are conducted using a range of methods such as instructor-led, classroom-based group and individual activities, and a continuous stream of homework problems delivered over the cloud. Regular in-class Feedback and Question / Answer (FQA) sessions help to continuously improve the course content and aid understanding. 2. HAZOP and WHAT-IF Reviews Benefits and Outline HAZOP and WHAT-IF reviews are two of the most important qualitative hazard evaluation techniques used in industries worldwide to safeguard their operations and comply with the legislative regulations and stipulations in place. Such reviews are well documented procedures which work towards reducing the probability and mitigating the consequences of major incidents. Simulanis, through this lagship course, aims to impart the documentation techniques to perform HAZOP and WHAT-IF studies with a view to empower the participants with all the tools needed to tackle these procedures and execute them con idently, as part of a team, in-line with the global practices.
  4. 4. 03 Features All procedures have been explained using case studies and a large pool of examples drawn together from a wide variety of industrial and real-world settings. Formats and documents in-line with the best practices implemented to conduct HAZOP and WHAT-IF activities are shared with the participants to enable them to extend their knowledge and practically ‘perform’ live HAZOP examples and case study problems. Towards the end of the topic, both HAZOP and WHAT-IF review procedures are applied to solve a range of problems integrated with an industrial facility. Introduction HAZOP and WHAT-IF Review – Preliminary work of forming a Team Preparing for HAZOP and WHAT-IF Reviews HAZOP and WHAT-IF Review Documentation and Reporting Following-up HAZOP and WHAT-IF review activities Scheduling and Cost Estimating HAZOP or WHAT-IF activities (For Consultants) HAZOP and WHAT-IF Terminology (Parameters, Deviations and Possible Causes) WHAT-IF Examples HAZOP and WHAT-IF Case Studies using a typical industrial problem An outline has been shown below 3. Hazard Evaluation Procedures II: FMEA & FTA Benefits and Outline Together with a comprehensive account on how to perform HAZOP and WHAT-IF studies, a detailed presentation on how to perform FMEA and FTA analyzes completes the delivery of an excellent collection of tools and techniques which Simulanis hands over to the process engineer, thereby empowering him to perform seemingly complex hazard evaluation procedures with consummate ease. The topic has been represented in a lucid style and the USP of this particular course presentation lies in the crisp delivery of content which is concise, to-the-point and drives the message across whilst leading to a greater retention. Process Safety
  5. 5. 04 Introduction to FMEA FMEA procedure activity I: De ining the problem FMEA procedure activity II: Performing the review FMEA procedure activity III: Documentation of results FMEA Sample Case Study Introduction to FTA (Fault-Tree-Analysis) FTA procedure activity I: De ining the problem FTA procedure activity II: Constructing the fault tree FTA procedure activity III: Analyzing the fault tree model qualitatively FTA procedure activity IV: Documentation of results FTA Sample Case Study Features All content featured as part of this delivery is supported by case studies, sample problems and links to further leaning resources. Formats and documents in-line with the best practices implemented to conduct FMEA and FTA activities are shared with the participants to enable them to extend their knowledge and practically ‘perform’ live FMEA and FTA examples and case study problems. 4. What went wrong – Learning from Disasters Benefits and Outline A very interactive course showcasing a number of process disasters which have taken place since the turn of the industrial revolution. All incidents shown within this course demonstrate a common link – all of them resulted due to negligence in some form or the other. Simulanis takes you through an array of gripping stories from the past entailing some of the most tragic process disasters that took place and how they could have been avoided by taking timely actions. The course also provides a great platform to learn from the mistakes of the past and avoid them when faced with even the remotest of similar situations during their time spent within the industry. Course Details An outline has been shown below:
  6. 6. 05 Features A collection of video lectures showcasing some of the worst process disasters. A strong focus on technically demonstrating the reasons for incident occurrence and how they could have been avoided by taking appropriate safety measures. Process Safety An outline has been shown below: Why do mistakes happen and their most probable causes Modi ications made with good intentions leading to disasters Hazards of common material such as air, water and steam Maintenance related problems Accidents due to human error Unit failures Storage and transportation related issues Errors due to operating methods Issues with materials of construction Human ignorance Afterthoughts Showcasing process disasters and What Went Wrong ?
  7. 7. 06 Degree / diploma in Chemical Engineering or allied disciplines Mode of Delivery Face-to-face sessions will be provided at our state-of-the-art facility by our well-quali ied trainers. The sessions would be supplemented with hands-on practical experience on industry’s leading simulator for process design and engineering. Our well-researched training material will be provided to the trainees in the most innovative manner. To provide personalized attention to the trainees, we have limited the batch strength of our classroom sessions to 8 students per session. We organize buffer sessions during weekdays for trainees who miss the regular weekend sessions. Eligibility Course Details
  8. 8. Raman Talwar is a well decorated gold-medallist and a multi-award winning Masters in Chemical Engineering with Honours in Research (MEng. Hons.) from the University of Manchester (UK). On the back of some ground breaking research work in a specialist domain, he has received prestigious accolades from the university and several nominations from industry during his time in England. Whilst taking on challenging assignments ably testifying his impressive technical and transferable skill-set, he has the experience of working for some of the world’s most respected FTSE-100 companies in the FMCG, Engineering Consultative and Process Design industries. His core interests lie in the development and application of process simulation and optimization models to solve real world problems. He also takes a keen interest in the ield of computer-aided design and development of process safety solutions applicable across a range of industries including oil & gas, pharmaceutical and chemicals. Rachit has completed his Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Chemical Engineering from IIT-Delhi, during which he took active interest in computer aided process engineering applications and garnered acclaim for his noteworthy work. He has worked on a number of consulting projects for a multitude of FTSE- 100 clients and has a rich experience of performing involving basic and detailed engineering design for oil & gas, and pharmaceutical companies. His core expertise lies in advanced computational methods for process design, integration and optimization. He has also worked with companies on multiple projects involving the application of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) as a tool to analyze luid lows. At Simulanis, he has a rich experience of handling technical consulting queries coming from clients belonging to a wide variety of industries, and delivering trainings on the application of computers in Chemical Engineering to corporates and graduates Rachit Tandon Raman Talwar Trainers’ Profile 07
  9. 9. Registration Procedure 08 You can register yourself for Simulanis Professional Development Services at . Use the following steps to yourself for the classroom sessions: You can also make the payment through NEFT bank transfer, the details of which will be shared upon request. Trainees interested to pay the course fees through Cash / DD / Cheque can deposit the fees at our of ice OR can send the DD / Cheque via courier to our registered of ice: 260, Defence Colony Flyover Market, New Delhi-110024. Log on to enrolment.simulanis.com01 02 03 04 Sign up to create your user account Choose your course (bouquets) You can make the payment using the following modes: If you choose to make the payment through cash, you have to deposit the fees, failing which the seat will be allotted to the next candidate in line. If you make the payment through Demand Draft (DD), please send the same through courier. If you make the payment through debit / credit card OR net banking, an online receipt will be generated. Take a print-out of this receipt and bring it during your irst classroom session. You will be issued a Trainee ID against this receipt. Debit / Credit Card Net banking Demand Draft (DD) Cash-on-Arrival
  10. 10. 09 Features of our Training Delivery Our delivery methodology bridges the disconnect between classroom learning and real-world industrial problems in the ield of Process Engineering. We use interactive videos, 3D visualizations and plant walkthroughs to help the trainees understand complex processes and systems. Our unique classroom training platform, through which we offer one of its kind innovative synchronous learning that not only upgrades your skills up to more than 80% but also outpaces the traditional teaching practices. We have an online Learning Management System (LMS) in place, which provides best-in-class virtual leaning experience to our trainees. We also leverage our LMS to continuously evaluate the performance of our trainees, through regular online quizzes and assignments. In our classroom sessions, our prime focus is to get our trainees acclimatized with computer-aided methods of solving problems, inspiring a “learning by doing” temperament in them. We provide our trainees with 24x7 support in terms of discussion forums, virtual classrooms sessions, tests, quizzes, live surveys, noti ication center, course calendars, Breakout Rooms (on demand).
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  12. 12. Feel free to reach us if you have any query regarding the courses. You can also visit our training facility to gain a better understanding of our service delivery. Our training facility is located at C-4, Basement, Lajpat Nagar Part-III, Near Lajpat Nagar Metro Station, New Delhi – 110024 Phone:011-29835004 Fax: 011-41017922 E-mail: Copyright © 2014 by Simulanis Solutions Pvt. Ltd No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrievable system, or transmitted in any form or by any means – electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the permission of Simulanis Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Simulanis Solutions Pvt. Ltd. owns the copyright for the training content except where otherwise indicated by a third party's proprietary notice. Images, trademarks and brands are also protected by other intellectual property laws and may not be reproduced or appropriated in any manner without written permission of their respective owners.