Learn about the bowtie methodology through a critical review of the benefits, limitations and practical issues, with hands-on practice at applying the technique.
Understand the principles of fault tree and event tree analysis and learn how to perform your own assessments.
Understand and apply the principles of functional safety to the development and assessment of safety systems, based on the IEC 61508 standard.
Gain an understanding and awareness of the tools and techniques available for hazard identification, where they can be applied and what limitations may exist.
Understand the technique, application and limitations of the HAZOP study methodology, one of the most commonly used hazard identification methods.
Learn to reduce human error, improve safety and increase efficiency by understanding how human abilities, limitations and needs can be applied to the design and assessment of tasks, equipment, systems and processes.
This course introduces the practical tools and techniques to allow Hydrogen professionals to build a robust yet pragmatic safety assurance framework.
Gain an understanding of incident investigation and analysis, including why we need to investigate incidents and how to effectively carry out the different stages of incident investigation and analysis.
Understand the drivers for risk management and major risk management concepts.
Referencing the management framework built on six functional pillars developed by the IChemE Safety Centre, this course teaches the key principles of process safety and its management.
Learn about the typical hazards associated with railway infrastructure, rolling stock, operations and maintenance, as well as the concepts and the role of risk management through the rail project lifecycle.
An overview of different qualitative and quantitative safety analysis techniques used within the rail industry and guidance on which analysis method may be most suitable depending on the system or lifecycle phase.
Learn the application of risk assessment tools for a variety of scenarios and places an emphasis on the concept of risk and qualitative risk assessment techniques.
Gain an understanding of what ALARP is, the hierarchy of risk reduction measures and the options for risk reduction in the project lifecycle, so that you can demonstrate that risk has been reduced to ALARP levels.
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