Haneon Fort Engineering > Training Program > Process Safety & Loss Prevention

Course Overview

The occurrence of process safety incidents with devastating consequences notwithstanding the implementation of modern technologies only underscores the need and desire for process safety knowledge.

Crucial to controlling and managing major accident hazard is the ability to effectively assess hazardous situations and evaluate the safety, health and environmental consequences and associated regulatory compliance issues. This capability which will require working with accurate drawings and the technical know-how to interpret them can only be acquired through detailed training in process safety.

Day One

  • Process Safety Incident Review
    • Cause – Barrier Failure
    • Impacts & Lesson Learnt
    • Key Message
  • Hazard, Consequence & Risk
    • Bow tie concept
    • Hazard Identification
      • Physical Hazards
      • Mechanical Hazards
      • Environmental Hazards
      • Biological Hazards
      • Process Hazards
      • Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PreHA)
      • Project HAZID
      • Workshop Exercise
    • Consequence
      • Human Impact
      • Economic Impact
      • Environmental Impact
    • Risk Assessment

      • Risk Estimation
      • Risk Evaluation
    • Risk

      • Risk Control Hierarchy
      • Risk Control Mechanisms
    • Process Safety Management
      • Characteristics of a management system
      • Types of PSM Models
      • How to implement a selected PSM Model
    • Fault Propagation Modelling
      • Fault Tree Analysis
      • Event Tree Analysis
    • Likelihood Analysis
    • P&ID Review
      • What are P&IDs
      • P&ID Lead Sheet
      • P&ID Symbology
      • Instruments
      • Line Designation
      • Process Flow Tracing
      • Process Control Loops
      • Workshop Exercise using a Reactor P&ID

Day Two

  • Safety Integrity Level (SIL)
    • SIL Levels
    • Qualitative SIL Review
    • Quantitative SIL Review
  • Process Safeguarding
    • Basic Process Control System
    • Safety PLC
    • SIS Loops
  • HAZOP Review
    • Types of HAZOP
    • HAZOP Planning
    • HAZOP Methodology
    • Workshop (Batch Process Example)
  • Hazardous Area Classification
    • Hazardous Area
    • What is Hazardous Area Classification
    • Hazardous Area Classification Drawing
    • How to conduct Hazardous Area Classification
    • Case Study Workshop
  • Quantitative Risk Analysis
    • Discharge Calculation
    • Toxic Effect Calculation
    • Risk Calculation
  • Explosion Risk Modelling
    • Vapour Cloud Explosion
    • Physical Explosion
    • BLEVE
    • Explosion Mitigation Strategy in Process Plant

Day Three

Design Consideration

  • Audits
    • Process Safety Management System Audit
    • Process Safety Audit
  • Safety Critical Elements (SCEs) / HSECES
    • What are SCEs
    • Identification Methodology
    • SCE Performance Standards
  • Management of Change (MOC)
    • Designing MOC System
      • Establish Terminology
      • Scope of Implementation
      • MOC System Design Parameters
      • Interface with other PSM Elements
    • Operations Readiness & Assurance (PSSR)
      • What is PSSR
      • Identifying Trigger Events for PSSR
      • Types of PSSR
      • Conducting PSSR
      • Case Study Workshop
  • Improved skills and know-how in emerging technologies in Process Safety & Loss Prevention
  • Credibility and respect from peers as a process safety & loss prevention expert
  • Understand the relevant principles of process safety & loss prevention
  • Become knowledgeable of the critical factors influencing the business case for process safety
  • Thorough understanding of process hazards and how the risks can be mitigated
  • Understand the risk and consequences of inadequate management of process safety
  • Proper understanding of process safety requirements at each phase of a project lifecycle from Conceptual Design through FEED, EPC, Commissioning, Operation, Maintenance, Modification and Decommissioning
  • Improved communication of plant safety issues with other discipline
  • Flexibility for enhanced career choices and income

Professionals and experts involved in the design, construction, commissioning, operation, maintenance and modification of process plant. Such persons may include but not limited to the following:

  • Chemical and Mechanical Engineers
  • Safety Engineers
  • Design Engineers
  • Production Managers
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Automation Engineers
  • Process Engineers
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Maintenance Engineers and Supervisors
  • Project Engineers and Managers
  • Instrumentation Engineers
  • Instrument and Process Control Technicians
  • Control Systems Engineers
  • Regulatory / Audit Professionals

The prerequisite for this course is a Bachelor’s degree preferably in chemical or process engineering. However, graduates from other engineering discipline who are interested in acquiring an overview of process design may register for the course.


The mode of delivery of all our courses is Online through Video Conferencing except the Quantitative Risk Analysis course where the mode of delivery is face-to-face. You will be taught through a live and interactive session where you will be able to communicate directly with the instructor and therefore have the same benefits as a traditional classroom session. All you need is a computer and internet connection. However, face – to – face and in-house training can be arranged.


Given the challenges facing traditional classroom learning that requires individuals to take time off from work to attend training courses while expending more resources, we thought participants can make better use of their time and improve work life balance by registering for online training.

Consequently, overall training cost is reduced by more than 50% due to the enumerated benefits below:

  • Eliminate the uncertainties and difficulties of securing a visa
  • Eliminate the risk off unnecessary travel
  • Eliminate the huge cost associated with logistics of international travel
  • Eliminate the local cost and hazard of commuting
  • You study from the convenience of your home or office
  • It is more flexible as assignment and tests are submitted electronically
  • Persons with physical and health challenges can participate easily

Fee: $3000 USD per registrant. 10% group discount for a minimum of five persons

Payment Method

  • Credit / Debit Card
  • Paypal
  • Direct Bank Transfer

Mode of Delivery: Online through Video Conferencing. Face-to-Face and in-house could be arranged

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