RISK ASSESSMENT FOR PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONIN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRIES

RISK ASSESSMENT FOR PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONIN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRIES
            July 3rd - 5th 2013 – Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta

Training Course Description
Risk assessment and management ion in oil and gas industries is continuously one of the most critical aspects in production and operation safety, reliability and integrity because we are dealing with flammable, explosive and, some time, toxic material. The risk implementation is put in place to insure business continuity, public and environmental safety for oil and gas operation. The whole purpose of the risk implementation is to manage the risk to the acceptable levels.  Therefore, as a backbone of any asset integrity program, the risk assessment methodology is of critically important and will be discussed in more specific details including facility damage mechanism, facility failure modes analysis, and formulation of facility probability of failure and consequence of failures followed by the risk categorization. 
The training will cover detail risk based inspection implementation, safety maintenance and repair plan. To enhance the coverage, cased study analysis and problem solving will be given so that the trainee will have some hands-on experience. In this training course, ASME 31.8S, API 1160, RBI 581 (2000 & 2008), ISO 14224, Process Safety Analysis and other related methods and procedures, will be addressed and discussed.

Training Benefit
The risk training program is designed to benefit engineers, inspectors, supervisors and manager, public safety, and all stake holders involving oil and gas operation such as pipelines, mechanical and pressurized system (pressure vessels, piping, heat exchanger, etc), structural and rotating equipments from risk engineering point of views.  It re-emphasizes the significant of risk, safety and reliability of all assetsfrom design and construction to operation phases.

Who Should Attend
Inspectors, Engineers and Managers.

MaterialSyllabus Outlines
·        Principles of Risk Engineering Applicable to Oil and Gas Industries
·        Hazard Identification (HAZID) and Hazard Operability (HAZOP) Analysis
·        Individual and Societal Fatality Concept
·        Risk Matrix Development and Risk Acceptance Criterion Determination
·        Pipeline Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Assessment
·        Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Event Tree Analysis (ETA)
·        Risk Based Inspection (RBI) for Mechanical and Pressurized System
·        Failure Mode Effect and Criticality (FMECA) Analysis for Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) of Rotating Equipments.
·        Safety Integrity Function and Level (SIF/SIL) for Control Instruments
·        Fire and Explosion Analysis for Gas Pipeline
·        Pool-fire Calculation for Oil Pipeline
·        Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) Analysis.
·        Toxic Gas Dispersion Analysis
Offshore Platform Risk and Integrity Assessment

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