Workshop Topics:  (Full Document)

  • The hazardous components of an organization
  • Determine the potential for major accidents
  • The qualitative and quantitative tools that are used to develop risk reduction strategies
  • The key to risk reduction and major accident control
  • Safety maturity of the organization
  • Understanding HF issues and the barriers used to manage risks
  • Integrity management: People, process, and plant
  • Safety critical elements
  • Enforcing Barriers
  • Safety leadership
  • Engineering design
  • Risk management
  • Competency
  • Procedures and practices
  • Inspection and maintenance
  • Management of change
  • Control/instrumentation.

Learn how to manage the three principle types of human failures that can lead to major accidents:

1. Actions that went not as planned. These can occur during a familiar task like forgetting to do something, which is particularly relevant to repair, maintenance,  calibration or testing. These are unlikely to be eliminated by training and need to be designed out.

2. Errors of decision-making where decisions are formed from first principles and lead to misdiagnoses or miscalculations.

3. Violationsare intentional (but usually well-meaning) failures, such as taking a  short-cut or non-compliance with procedures, deliberate deviations from the rules or procedures. They are rarely willful and usually result from an intention to get    the job done despite the consequences. Violations may be situational, routine, exceptional or malicious.

Workshop date: March 18-20

Location: Scottsdale Arizona

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Cost:  $1,995