Anda di halaman 1dari 13

www.chilworth.co.

uk

The Global Experts in Explosion & Process Safety


Your partner for proficiency development

key process
safety courses

2 01 4

Content

Content
our offer
our traInIng PrograMMe descrIPtIon
traIners BIograPhIes
PractIcal asPects of dsear success
PractIcal asPects of ateX success
the desIgn, develoPMent and scale-uP of safe cheMIcal
Processes and oPeratIons

10

PreventIng reactIon runaway

11

weBInar - handy hInts for successful Process safety ManageMent


In the food & Beverage Industry

11

weBInar - handy hInts for successful Process safety ManageMent


In BrewIng & dIstIllIng

12

weBInar - handy hInts for successful Process safety ManageMent


In Personal healthcare & cosMetIc Manufacture

IntroductIon

E B I N A 12 weBInar - PractIcal aPPlIcatIons of dsear to PIlot Plants


13
13
14

Areas covered include:


Hazard and risk analysis (HAzop, etc.),
Safety instrumented system design and verification,
Accident and incident investigation,
Electrostatic risk assessment and chemical reaction hazard assessment,
Fire and explosion risk assessment (gases, vapours and dusts),
Safety system design,
Legislative compliance (DSEAR, CoMAH, ATEX, Seveso).
Excellence in process safety requires more than having good programmes in place with a good organizational Culture.
It is about being genuinely proficient and competent in the requisite technical disciplines and having the appropriate
level of knowledge in key positions embedded throughout the organisation with a mechanism for longevity.
The chilworth Process safety academy brings high-level proficiency to your organisation to maximise the
effectiveness of your process safety management.

training is a critical tool for growing proficiency and is precisely the aim of the
chilworth Process safety academy.

Proficiency is a key component of Process Safety Excellence

weBInar - toP tIPs for PractIcal eXPlosIon ProtectIon


weBInar - 10 thIngs you dIdnt Know aBout statIc
weBInar - Process haZards analysIs
functIonal safety ManageMent & sIl assessMent
PractIcal haZoP leadershIP In actIon
QuantIfIed rIsK assessMent (Qra)
2014 traInIng course schedule
BooKIng forM
terMs and condItIons
In-coMPany traInIng courses

PROGRAMS
Safety management
programs
Appropriate
Applied
as intended
Sustainable
over time

PROFICIENCY
ety Performan
Saf
ce
s
nd
es toring a Feedb
i
n

PROCESS
SAFETY

Competency
(can do)

Right skills, knowledge

tors
ica
Ind k
ac

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

For more than a quarter of a century, chilworth technology has provided process safety support to over
2000 clients across a wide range of industrial sectors in all areas of process safety.

Key
Pro
c
Mo

3
4
5
6
7
8
9

IntroduCtIon

Skills effectively
applied
Mechanism
for endurance

EXCELLENCE

our servIces In Process safety and data acQuIsItIon


our InternatIonal locatIons

PEOPLE
Culture

Applied leadership, motivation, attitudes


Right (will do) culture
Self sustaining over time

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

our trAInIng ProgrAM deSCrIPtIon

our traInIng eXPertIse:

Whilst open training events can provide a good platform for training small numbers of staff,
or introducing topics to specific individuals, corporate competency programs benefit greatly from
in-company delivery. Chilworth Technology partners with many of our clients to raise process safety
awareness across teams, sites and corporations. Before training, we assess knowledge gaps
and establish the clear targets and skills to be developed which are most relevant to their
day-to-day activities, in specific roles.

We offer competence development programmes which are:


focused on your sector, site and corporate safety objectives
effective honed to deliver the appropriate knowledge to the appropriate staff
Impactful knowledge confirmed by testing and follow-up
sustainable expert post-event support and mentoring with scheduled refresher sessions

In-company/open training & webinars


Target audience: engineers, managers, safety professionals, technicians, operators
our trainers are highly experienced process safety specialists in industry and senior experts in their fields, providing
a high level of advice and able to answer professional questions from experience

Chilworth Technology is the leader in the field of process


safety. We provide specialist technical training for staff
with operational, design or safety responsibilities, at both
management and operator levels.

Custom made and adaptable to your own operations


Flexibly delivered (open / in-company/ webinar or e-learning formats are available)
Delivered at your own pace (single sessions, quarterly or annual)

our courses are structured with particular relevance to


process industries, including:
Chemical
petrochemical
pharmaceutical
Coating
Food
Utilities
Household and consumer healthcare

our training expertise spans:

Additionally, our courses provide guidance on an operating companys obligations for regulatory compliance.

30 years of in-company and open course training, with new additions in e-learning and webinars
Trainers who are highly experienced experts in their fields, providing a high level of advice
and able to answer questions with authority due to their industry experience

These specialist courses are typically one or two days in


duration.

our programmes are:

Key areas of expertise

understanding
Process Safety hazards

Process Safety Management (PSM) essentials, lessons from accidents in


the process industries, dust explosions, gas/vapour explosions, chemical
reaction hazards and thermal stability of materials, ignition sources

Analysing risks

Practical Process Hazards Analysis(PHA), consequence modelling,


Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA), Facilities Siting Risk Assessment

Hazard mitigation
and management
programmes

Protection against deflagration (vapours and powders), classification


and management of hazardous areas, design of emergency relief
systems, creating a mechanical integrity program, creating a
management of change programme, Pre-start up Safety Reviews (PSSR's),
functional safety management & SIL Assessments

Measuring Success

Efficient process safety management system auditing, process safety metrics


& leading indicators, incident investigation: methods & case studies

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

As well as our core modules in process Safety, we offer


a range of localised courses specific to industry sectors,
regulations and regions.

Many accidents are a result of human error at the operator


level. Investigations of accidents have shown that a better
awareness of the dangers involved, along with improved
safety management, can reduce the risks. Chilworth
Technologys series of half-day courses are designed
specifically to provide this awareness.
Titles include:
Safe Handling of Flammable Substances
Exothermic Chemical Reactions
preventing Dust Explosions
Understanding Electrostatic Hazards

Many companies require help and advice setting up


training programmes to ensure all staff receive an
appropriate level of process safety training. Using our
broad experience, we can advise on needs and formulate
and deliver comprehensive training packages. Chilworth
Technology can become a key partner in educating your
staff and sharing responsibility for all your process safety
training needs. We regularly tailor courses for specific
companies to reflect their own internal standards and
procedures. We often act to supplement internal process
safety training capability to accelerate the rate of
knowledge sharing and provide a trusted partnership.

our 2014 venues

We have appointed Marriott, Hilton, and De Vere venues throughout the UK


& Ireland as training locations for 2014.
Youll find the perfect balance of elegance, style and substance, at our hosting venues.
Something extraordinary is always on the menus too, where chefs strive to create
simple, fresh food that is always ideally executed, well-balanced and flavourful.
our tie-up with these hotels often delivers discount codes on accommodation
booked directly by our delegates. Simply quote any discount codes provided in your
course booking confirmation email to access the best deals on offer for your
accommodation requirements. We look forward to welcoming you to our open-courses
throughout 2014 and to our highly regarded process safety training programme.

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

ignition
dsear

understanding Process Safety Hazards

flammable

ateX

scale
up
reaction

development

pressure relief food manufacturer

beverage

brewing

safe

handling
pilot

plant
protection

explosion

electrostatic static

sil

hazards process
safety

haZop operability

risk
regulatory

PrACtICAl ASPeCtS
of dSeAr CoMPlIAnCe SuCCeSS
Session code
DSR1-2

Duration: 4 Days (can be booked as individual days) Price: 1115 / 1395

This is a four day course, covering Hazardous Area Classification (HAC),


Dust, Gas and Vapour Explosion Hazards, Industrial Electrostatic
Hazards and Non-Electrical (Mechanical) Ignition Risk Assessment.
This course presents current best practice and procedures for carrying out a
HAC for flammable gases / vapours and dusts with an understanding of how
HAC fits into compliance for DSEAR. It provides guidance on the selection of
an appropriate basis of safety and considers how flammable atmospheres arise,
how to identify potential ignition sources and the test data needed to
undertake a risk assessment. Explosion protection measures for cases where
flammable atmospheres and ignition sources are unavoidable will also be
addressed. Electrostatic charges can occur regularly as charge builds-up on
people, liquids, powders, plastics and plant. Understanding electrostatic
properties is essential in avoiding electrostatic discharges which can trigger fires
and explosions. The course provides practical techniques and relevant case
histories. The concluding session answers common questions about nonelectrical (mechanical) equipment risk assessment and how to ensure compliance
for existing non-electrical (mechanical) equipment used in the potentially
explosive atmospheres as identified in your Hazardous Area Classification work.

Content
DAY 1: Hazardous Area Classification
uses a systematic approach to identify
flammable atmospheres and their
persistence. In this way you can classify
areas of your site for various levels of risk.
This course presents current best practice
and procedures for carrying out a HAC for
flammable gases/vapours and dusts on
your plant. It also provides an understanding
of how HAC fits into compliance for
DSEAR. Why not network with other
delegates and presenters at our
complimentary welcome dinner?
DAY 2: Dust, Gas and Vapour Explosion
Hazards. Although the principles of
explosion prevention and protection are
well known, dust and gas explosions still
continue to occur in process plants. This
course provides guidance on the selection
of an appropriate basis of safety for a particular
situation. We will consider how flammable
atmospheres arise, how to identify potential
ignition sources and the test data you
need to undertake a risk assessment.
We will also address explosion protection
measures for cases where flammable
atmospheres and ignition sources are
unavoidable. The course provides practical
techniques and relevant case histories.

Registration form

DAY 3: Industrial Electrostatics Hazards


are explicitly cited as potential ignition
sources that must be assessed when
considering the risk of fire and explosion
as part of compliance with DSEAR.
This course is designed to explain how
electrostatic charges occur and how
charge builds up in people, liquids,
powders, plastics and plant. Understanding
electrostatic properties is essential in
avoiding electrostatic discharges which
can trigger fires and explosions.
The course provides practical techniques
& relevant case histories.
DAY 4: Non-Electrical (Mechanical)
Ignition Risk Assessment (NEMIRA).
A short seminar on how to assess the
ignition risk from existing non-electrical
(mechanical) equipment operating in
hazardous areas. In practical terms, how
do you ensure compliance for existing
non-electrical (mechanical) equipment
used in potentially explosive atmospheres,
identified from your Hazardous Area
Classification work? This seminar will
seek to answer common questions
relating to non-electrical (mechanical)
equipment risk assessment, from clients
undertaking DSEAR compliance work.

audience
- H&S personnel
- Engineering staff
- plant Engineers
- Regulatory Staff
- Staff in hazardous areas

dates

4-7th March (Southampton)

16-19th Sept (Manchester)

CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY UK & Irl


www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training
Phone: +44(0) 2380 760722
Payment by PO,
invoice or credit card (excl. AMEX)

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

understanding Process Safety Hazards

understanding Process Safety Hazards

tHe deSIgn, develoPMent And SCAle-uP


of SAfe CHeMICAl ProCeSSeS And oPerAtIonS

PrACtICAl ASPeCtS
of AteX SuCCeSS
Duration: 4 Days (can be booked as individual days) Price: 1115 / 1395

Session code
ATX1

please note this course is run by Scientific Update involving


Chilworth Technology's Trainers. For more details and to book,
please log onto: www.scientificupdate.co.uk/training

This is a four day course, covering Hazardous Area Classification (HAC),


Dust, Gas and Vapour Explosion Hazards, Industrial Electrostatic
Hazards and Non-Electrical (Mechanical) Ignition Risk Assessment.
This course presents current best practice and procedures for carrying out a
HAC for flammable gases / vapours and dusts with an understanding of how
HAC fits into compliance for ATEX. It provides guidance on the selection of an
appropriate basis of safety and considers how flammable atmospheres arise,
how to identify potential ignition sources and the test data needed to undertake
a risk assessment. Explosion protection measures for cases where flammable
atmospheres and ignition sources are unavoidable will also be addressed.
Electrostatic charges can occur regularly as charge builds-up on people, liquids,
powders, plastics and plant. Understanding electrostatic properties is essential
in avoiding electrostatic discharges which can trigger fires and explosions.
The course provides practical techniques and relevant case histories.
The concluding session answers common questions about non-electrical
(mechanical) equipment risk assessment and how to ensure compliance for
existing non-electrical (mechanical) equipment used in the potentially explosive
atmospheres as identified in your Hazardous Area Classification work.

Content
DAY 1: Hazardous Area Classification
uses a systematic approach to identify
flammable atmospheres and their
persistence. In this way you can classify
areas of your site for various levels of risk.
This course presents current best practice
and procedures for carrying out a HAC
for flammable gases/vapours and dusts
on your plant. It also provides an
understanding of how HAC fits into
compliance for ATEX. Why not network
with other delegates and presenters at our
complimentary welcome dinner?

audience
- H&S personnel
- Engineering staff
- plant Engineers
- Regulatory Staff
- Staff in hazardous areas

date

13-16th May (Cork, Ireland)

DAY 2: Dust, Gas and Vapour Explosion


Hazards. Although the principles of
explosion prevention and protection are
well known, dust and gas explosions still
continue to occur in process plants.
This course provides guidance on the
selection of an appropriate basis of safety
for a particular situation. We will consider
how flammable atmospheres arise, how
to identify potential ignition sources and
the test data you need to undertake a
risk assessment. We will also address
explosion protection measures for cases
where flammable atmospheres and
ignition sources are unavoidable.

The course provides practical techniques


and relevant case histories.
DAY 3: Industrial Electrostatics Hazards
are explicitly cited as potential ignition
sources that must be assessed when
considering the risk of fire and explosion
as part of compliance with ATEX.
This course is designed to explain how
electrostatic charges occur and how
charge builds up in people, liquids,
powders, plastics and plant. Understanding
electrostatic properties is essential
in avoiding electrostatic discharges which
can trigger fires and explosions.
The course provides practical techniques
and relevant case histories.

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

Duration: 3 Days Price: 1295 / 1620

Developing safe processes is of paramount importance to any chemical


company. Exothermic chemical reactions in batch and semi-batch
processes can result in serious injury to people and plant if they get
out of control. Results of thermal runaways include violent loss of
containment, possibly explosion and the release of flammable or toxic
materials to the environment.
This seminar is designed to enhance the awareness of chemists and engineers
regarding hazard issues. Utilising the expertise of the chemists and chemical
engineers at Chilworth Technology and Scientific Update, it will consider hazard
control of new chemical processes throughout their development cycle: from early
development through to full-scale production. Hazards can often be eliminated by
appropriate choice of reagent or synthetic route at the R&D stage. Where this is not
possible, techniques exist to quantify the hazards so that robust engineering solutions
can he applied in production.

Content

To identify any significant sources of


hazard in existing processes or
development plans

The latest techniques for assessing risk


and measuring and quantifying chemical
process hazards in the work place

Established best practice to reduce


the hazard resulting from exothermic
reaction systems with a particular
emphasis on emergency relief design

Efficient methods for developing safe,


low cost, robust chemical processes
in the minimum amount of time

The principles of scale-up and


development, in chemical engineering
concepts relating to safe plant operation
and in the latest techniques for the
optimisation of processes

From the experience (and mistakes)


of others by examining case studies
from industry

audience
- R&D Chemists
- process Development Chemists
- Chemical Engineers

DAY 4: Non-Electrical (Mechanical)


Ignition Risk Assessment (NEMIRA)
A short seminar on how to assess the
ignition risk from existing non-electrical
(mechanical) equipment operating in
hazardous areas. In practical terms, how
do you ensure compliance for existing
non-electrical (mechanical) equipment
used in potentially explosive atmospheres,
identified from your Hazardous Area
Classification work? This seminar will seek
to answer common questions relating to
non-electrical (mechanical) equipment risk
assessment from clients undertaking ATEX
compliance work.

CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY UK & Irl


www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training
Phone: +44(0) 2380 760722
Payment by PO,
invoice or credit card (excl. AMEX)

Session code
SUCP3

Registration form

- plant Managers

date

Registration form

3-5th June (Winchester)

CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY UK & Irl


www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training
Phone: +44(0) 2380 760722
Payment by PO,
invoice or credit card (excl. AMEX)

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

understanding Process Safety Hazards

understanding Process Safety Hazards

PreventIng reACtIon runAWAy

This course is designed to equip staff with the necessary tools to be


able to identify chemical reaction hazards, interpret test data correctly
and develop a robust basis of safety.
Exothermic chemical reactions in batch and semi-batch processes can result
in serious injury, cause major production problems and business loss. Chemical
reaction hazards are caused by factors readily identified and assessed,
but to carry out assessments properly requires chemists, engineers and
production staff to be suitably trained. It is particularly important for development
chemists to be aware of potential hazards to maximise inherent safety during
route selection.

- H&S personnel

E BI N A

Duration : 1 hour
audience:

Content

- H&S personnel

Food manufacturing involves the storage,


handling and processing of powders, liquids
and gases. Many of these are combustible
and food manufacturers need to comply with
legislation such as ATEX and DSEAR.

- Engineering staff
- plant Engineers

DAY 2: The provision of emergency relief


systems for runaway chemical reactions
and decompositions requires a detailed
design approach that takes into account
the dynamics of the uncontrolled reaction
and the potential for multi-phase flow in
the vent system. The DIERS (Design
Institute for Emergency Relief Systems)
methodology provides a practical framework
for such studies, which is different to vent
sizing for purely physical contingencies.
This short course will examine the
characterisation of runaway behaviour
and the vent design approach.
Data requirements, sizing equations
and practical aspects will be discussed.
Case studies and workshops are
included.

- Staff in hazardous areas

2014 location & date:

Chilworth Technology has carried out many


audits and continues to find areas where fire and
explosion hazards are not being suitably controlled. This course shares this knowledge and is
tailored specifically for food manufacturers.

Webinar, UK Time: 20th March - 3pm


phone: +44 (0)23 8076 0722 - Fax: +44 (0)23 8076 7866
Email: training-uk@chilworthglobal.com
for latest details, online registration and payments, visit our web site:
www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training

HAndy HIntS for SuCCeSSful ProCeSS SAfety


MAnAgeMent In BreWIng & dIStIllIng

E BI N A

audience

HAndy HIntS for SuCCeSSful ProCeSS SAfety


MAnAgeMent In food & BeverAge InduStrIeS

- Regulatory Staff

Content
DAY 1: Delegates will learn to identify
significant sources of hazard in existing
plans, understanding the latest techniques
for assessing risk and measuring and
quantifying chemical process hazards
in the workplace. An understanding of
established best practice in reducing the
hazards of exothermic reaction systems
with particular emphasis on emergency
relief design will be taught (in conjunction
with Day 2.)

Duration: 2 Days (can be booked as individual days) Price: 775 / 970

Session code
CRH1-2

CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY 60-MINUTE WEBINAR PROGRAMME 2014:

Integrating Safety Assessment into Process Life Cycle and Practicalities


of Emergency Pressure Relief Design

Duration : 1 hour

- Engineering staff
- plant Engineers
- Regulatory Staff
- Staff in hazardous areas

audience:

Content

- H&S personnel

The manufacture and bottling of alcoholic


beverages involves the storage and handling
of combustible powders and flammable liquids
including grain, malted & milled barley (grist)
& alcohol (spirit) of various strengths.

- Engineering staff
- plant Engineers

dates

- Regulatory Staff

11-12th Mar (Southampton)

7-8th oct (Newcastle)

- Staff in hazardous areas

2014 location & date:

CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY UK & Irl


www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training
Phone: +44(0) 2380 760722
Payment by PO,
invoice or credit card (excl. AMEX)

10

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

Webinar, UK Time: 8th April - 3pm

Based on learning from extensive site audits,


this training course is designed specially to
provide guidance, particularly on DSEAR
compliance, for the operations used for
manufacture of alcoholic beverages.

Some spirit distillation processes still use


open fires for fuelling the stills and many
manufacturing sites, particularly distilleries,
are in old buildings where retrofitting of
explosion protection systems can be difficult
and costly.
This presents unique challenges in complying
with DSEAR regulations.

Registration form
phone: +44 (0)23 8076 0722 - Fax: +44 (0)23 8076 7866
Email: training-uk@chilworthglobal.com
for latest details, online registration and payments, visit our web site:
www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

11

understanding Process Safety Hazards

CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY 60-MINUTE WEBINAR PROGRAMME 2014:

pHC covers a whole range of common


consumer products such as retail
pharmaceuticals (over the counter medicines),
soaps and detergents, fine fragrances, haircare products, deodorants and shaving foams.

- Engineering staff
- plant Engineers
- Regulatory Staff

over the years, Chilworth Technology has


been involved in helping this sector comply
with various aspects of process safety
legislation including ATEX,CAD and DSEAR.

- Staff in hazardous areas

2014 location & date:

audience:

Content

- H&S personnel

Explosion prevention and protection systems


are commonly used across most industry
sectors to protect vessels handling flammable
dusts, gases and vapours, usually when other
controls to avoid ignition are deemed insufficient.
Examples include inerting, explosion venting,
containment and suppression sometimes
combined with explosion isolation.
operating companies often place a high
level of confidence in these systems working
when required often at the expense of other
measures such as avoiding ignition sources.
But more often than not, we find these
systems to be incorrectly designed, operated,
maintained, located or simply lacking a
suitably documented design basis.

- Engineering staff

process safety issues arise from (but are not


limited to): handling of combustible powders
(some of these have low MIE and high Kst),
the use of alcohols such as ethanol and IpA,
handling of LpG in aerosol manufacture, the
use of isopentane in shaving gels and the use
of hydrogen peroxide in hair care products.

- plant Engineers
- Regulatory Staff
- Staff in hazardous areas

2014 location & date:

Webinar, UK Time: 11th September


- 3pm

Webinar, UK Time: 22nd May - 3pm


phone: +44 (0)23 8076 0722 - Fax: +44 (0)23 8076 7866
Email: training-uk@chilworthglobal.com
for latest details, online registration and payments, visit our web site:
www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training

This includes but is not limited to:


Lack of suitable explosion data Undersized
explosion vents Incorrectly installed or
positioned explosion vents poor maintenance Lack of data on explosion strength
of equipment Changes to process materials
without re-assessing protection system
design Modification of protection systems
without proper change control De-activating
of systems due to interference with plant
operability Use outside of design limits.
This webinar provides an overview of what is
important in the whole lifecycle of explosion
protection systems, from cradle to grave.
It will cover practical aspects of design,
location, maintenance and inspection to help
ensure the protection systems will provide
the expected level of risk reduction for the life
of the plant. Common mistakes made will
also be highlighted with specific examples.

phone: +44 (0)23 8076 0722 - Fax: +44 (0)23 8076 7866
Email: training-uk@chilworthglobal.com
for latest details, online registration and payments, visit our web site:
www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training

10 tHIngS you dIdnt KnoW ABout StAtIC

E BI N A

E BI N A

PrACtICAl APPlICAtIonS of dSeAr to PIlot


PlAntS

E BI N A

Content

- H&S personnel

toP tIPS for PrACtICAl eXPloSIon ProteCtIon


Duration : 1 hour

Duration : 1 hour
audience:

E BI N A

HAndy HIntS for SuCCeSSful ProCeSS SAfety


In PerSonAl HeAltHCAre & CoSMetICS
MAnufACture

CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY 60-MINUTE WEBINAR PROGRAMME 2014:

understanding Process Safety Hazards

Duration : 1 hour
Duration : 1 hour
audience:

Content

- H&S personnel

pilot plants are operated in many sectors


of the process industries, particularly in the
specialty chemicals and pharmaceutical
sectors. They are used for operations
handling gases, liquids and powders such
as chemical reactors, filtration, centrifugation
and drying. Many of the materials handled
are flammable and / or reactive and so in
the UK, the DSEAR regulations will apply.

- Engineering staff
- plant Engineers
- Regulatory Staff
- Staff in hazardous areas

2014 location & date:

Webinar, UK Time: 26th June - 3pm

Although the scale of operation is usually


small, the fire, explosion and reactive
chemical risks inherent in pilot plants can
be of a disproportionate scale.
phone: +44 (0)23 8076 0722 - Fax: +44 (0)23 8076 7866
Email: training-uk@chilworthglobal.com
for latest details, online registration and payments, visit our web site:
www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training

12

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

audience:
- H&S personnel
- Engineering staff
- plant Engineers
- Regulatory Staff
- Staff in hazardous areas

2014 location & date:

Webinar, UK Time: 23rd october


- 3pm

Content
Electrostatic discharges have been responsible
for a number of fires and explosions in the
chemical and process industries. Years of
research on this topic in addition to lessons
from incidents has led to a better understanding
of the phenomenon, how it occurs and how to
prevent it happening.
As specialists in this field, Chilworth Technology
have undertaken numerous electrostatic hazard
assessments and delivered training courses
across a broad range of industrial sectors.
one theme which has materialised from this
experience is that there are many common
misconceptions about electrostatic hazards.
This webinar aims to dispel common myths
about electrostatic hazards and how they need
to be controlled.

Using a number of electrostatic myths as


examples, you will learn:
Why earthing and bonding is not enough
to control static in many situations About
earthing of people common mistakes
Some common misconceptions about the
hazards of insulating plastics Some common
misconceptions about the electrostatic hazards
when handling combustible powders About
how much energy is needed? You will learn
about the ignition sensitivity of flammable
atmospheres vs. the perception of electrostatic
discharges About isolated conductors you
probably never knew you had Myths about
static dissipative materials including clothing,
plastic bags and filter bags About common
mistakes when purchasing and using static
dissipative bags and liners Why it is important
to inspect and maintain electrostatic ignition
prevention systems.

phone: +44 (0)23 8076 0722 - Fax: +44 (0)23 8076 7866
Email: training-uk@chilworthglobal.com
for latest details, online registration and payments, visit our web site:
www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

13

Analysing risks

Hazard Mitigation and Management Programs

funCtIonAl SAfety MAnAgeMent


& SIl ASSeSSMent

CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY 60-MINUTE WEBINAR PROGRAMME 2014:

Duration : 1 hour

audience:

Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) is used by industry to identify and


assess process hazards in a systematic manner.
Common hazard identification techniques include Hazard Indices, HAzID or
preliminary Hazard Analysis, What-If, Checklist, FMEA, HAzop and process
Hazard Review; while common assessment techniques include Fault Tree,
LopA, Event Tree, Bow-Tie and Human Reliability Analysis. pHA's are often an
integral part of any main capital project, with different techniques being used at
each stage, although they can be employed when making process changes
and as a part of a hazard review schedule on existing processes. The aim of
this webinar is to show how and why different pHA techniques can be employed
at different stages of a process lifecycle.

- process design engineers


- Commissioning engineers
- process managers
- process SHE specialists
- Maintenance engineers
- project engineers
- R&D chemists and engineers
- Instrumentation and control engineers

2014 location & date:

Webinar, UK Time: 13th November


- 3pm

Content
The benefits of using appropriate pHA
techniques to identify and assess process
hazards.
The basic procedure for using each
technique.
What the pros and cons of each technique
are.
What the pitfalls are when using each
technique.
How to use pHA in a project lifecycle,
for process change and for reviewing existing
processes.

E BI N A

ProCeSS HAZArdS AnAlySIS (PHA)

Session code
SIL1

Duration: 3 Days Price: 985 / 1230

An introduction to IEC 61508/11 Safety Integrity Level (SIL) principles


for establishing the performance, specification and reliability of Safety
Instrumented Systems.
This course is suitable for anyone who would benefit from a broad understanding
of this important safety related area and will cover the background
of IEC61508/11 SIL development and its management requirements.
The presentation will go on to explain SIL determination techniques such as
Risk Graph & Layers of protection Analysis (LopA), which are common methods
within the process industries. Workshops will reinforce the learning of these
techniques.

Content
DAY 1: The introduction will cover
the background of IEC61508/11 SIL
development and its management
requirements and will go on to explain SIL
determination techniques such as Risk
Graph & Layers of protection Analysis
(LopA), which are common methods
within the process industries.
Workshops will reinforce the learning
of these techniques.
DAY 2: The course moves onto the initial
implementation phase of Safety Instrumented
System (SIS) design, including system
architecture, failure modes, fault tolerance,
human reliability, etc., in order to achieve
both performance and integrity.
Familiarisation with the requirements of
operational proof testing and maintenance
of SIS and their impact to overall functional
safety will also be addressed.
The importance of management,
competency, planning and conformity
assessment will be highlighted.

DAY 3: Based on the information


presented and following completion of
the course, delegates should be able
to participate in, and contribute towards,
future SIL assessments within their own
workplace, appreciate the elements of
safety system design and the importance
of operations and maintenance
management to overall safety.
Extensive opportunities to discuss the
various issues raised with the lecturers
will be provided.

audience
- H&S personnel
- Engineering staff
- plant Engineers
- Regulatory Staff
- Staff in hazardous areas

date

Registration form
phone: +44 (0)23 8076 0722 - Fax: +44 (0)23 8076 7866
Email: training-uk@chilworthglobal.com
for latest details, online registration and payments, visit our web site:
www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training

14

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

25-27th Feb (Crewe)

CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY UK & Irl


www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training
Phone: +44(0) 2380 760722
Payment by PO,
invoice or credit card (excl. AMEX)

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

15

Analysing risks

Analyzing risk

underStAndIng rISK

PrACtICAl HAZoP
leAderSHIP In ACtIon
Duration: 3 Days Price: 985 / 1230

- A Practical Guide to Quantified Risk Assessment (QRA) for Industry


Session code
QRA1

Session code
HZP1-2

Complex processing with inherent hazards requires systematic


methods for hazard identification and assessment. Hazard and
Operability Study (HAZOP) is a recognised industry-wide method
for achieving this
HAzop is a rigorous, structured approach to identifying operational problems
and hazards which can be adapted to a variety of processes and technologies,
however the effectiveness and efficiency of a HAzop depends on the
competence of the leader. This course will help leaders develop the skills
necessary to make HAzop a cost-effective aspect of their process development,
design and management in their organisation.

Content
DAY 1: Delegates will learn when and how
HAzop should be employed in a process
lifecycle and how HAzop compares to
other hazard identification and assessment
techniques. Tuition on how to conduct a
HAzop on continuous and batch process
plants will be given.

DAY 3: Examples, case studies and


practical examples of HAzops in industry.

DAY 2: Building on the main themes


mentioned above, delegates will learn
how to prepare and develop effective
leadership techniques for HAzop studies
while developing and auditing HAzop
procedures.

Duration: 2 Days Price: 775 / 970

The aim of the course is to give people carrying out QRAs a practical
understanding of techniques that can be used.
To successfully manage major process hazards, assessment of the risks arising from
the hazards is required. In some cases it is sufficient to carry out qualitative risk
assessments using simple techniques such as risk matrices. However, when the risk
is judged to be high, the consequences are severe, the system is complex or there
is a regulatory requirement, it may be necessary to evaluate the risk numerically using
Quantified Risk Assessment.

Content
DAY 1: Attendees will learn how to
evaluate whether a risk is acceptable and
identify measures for cost-effective risk
reduction by comparing the relative risks
of different options e.g transport of
materials by pipeline versus road transport.
This course will help staff and companies
meet their regulatory obligations for
risk assessment, such as the Seveso
Directives (CoMAH Regulations in
the UK).

DAY 2: Continues with methods to


estimate the effects on people and the
environment from major hazard events
by using techniques for judging risk
acceptability, risk reduction and costbenefit analysis and for identifying and
modelling of major process hazards
and likelihood of accidents.

audience

audience

- H&S personnel

- H&S personnel

- Engineering staff

- Engineering staff

- plant Engineers

- plant Engineers

- Regulatory Staff

- Regulatory Staff

- Staff in hazardous areas

- Staff in hazardous areas

dates

date

10-12th June (Edinburgh)

14-16th october (Dublin)

CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY UK & Irl


www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training
Phone: +44(0) 2380 760722
Payment by PO,
invoice or credit card (excl. AMEX)

16

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

Registration form

Registration form

29-30th April (Leeds)

CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY UK & Irl


www.chilworth.co.uk/process-safety-training
Phone: +44(0) 2380 760722
Payment by PO,
invoice or credit card (excl. AMEX)

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

17

2014 trAInIng CourSe SCHedule

BooKIng forM
register now!

PLEASE WriTE iN CAPiTAL LETTErS

course title

price duration

practical aspects of dsear


compliance success - p.7

1115
1395

4 Days

practical aspects of ateX


compliance success - p.8

1115
1395

4 Days

functional safety management


& sil assessment - p.15

985
1230

practical haZop leadership


in action - p.16

985
1230

3 Days

10-12
Edinburgh

design, development & scale-up


of safe chemical processesseparate fee structure applies # - p.9

1295
1620

3 Days

3-5
Winchester

775
understanding risk a practical
introduction to Qra for industry - p.17 970

feb

mar

april

may

Jun

4-7
Southampton

sept

oct

16-19
Manchester

Postcode:
14-16
Dublin

tel:

1 Day

11
Southampton

7-8
Newcastle

practicalities of emergency
pressure relief design - p.10

550
690

1 Day

12
Southampton

8
Newcastle

mar

phc* manufacturing

(*PHC = Personal Healthcare & Cosmetics)


(**PHA = Process Hazard Analysis)

april

may

Jun

sept

oct

nov

8
22

dsear & pilot plants


explosion protection
10 things about static

# This course is run by Scientific Update


involving Chilworth Technology's Trainers.
For more details and to book, log onto:
www.scientificupdate.co.uk/training

date:

To reserve your place(s) call Hilary Grant or Adam Bell on +44 (0)23 8076 0722 to check availability and fax
or email this form to +44 (0)23 8076 7866 / training-uk@chilworth.co.uk circling your choice of course date(s).
Please submit one form per delegate. Full venue details (with a location map and local area information)
will be provided prior to the event. Payments can be made by credit card*, cheque or company purchase order
made payable to Chilworth Technology Ltd and sent to: Chilworth Technology Ltd, Beta House, Southampton
Science Park, Southampton, SO16 7NS, UK.

20

pha**

18

email:

signature:

550
690

Free

country:

29-30
Leeds

2 Days

brewing & distilling

company:

address:

25-27
Crewe

food manufacturing

date:

name:

13-16
Cork

3 Days

course title:
Job title:

preventing reaction runaway - p.10

free webinar series


'handy hints for successful
process safety in'-

nov

Course Tariff (per delegate before VAT) :


Single day course: GBP 550 / EUR 690
Two day course: GBP 775 / EUR 970
Three day course: GBP 985 / EUR 1230
Four day course: GBP 1115 / EUR 1395

regIster now

Claim our 5% Earlybird Discount on bookings received 4 weeks prior to course.

26
11

Claim a further 5% - when booking 2 or more people onto the same course.
23

I would like a FREE consultation with a Chilworth Technology Process Safety Specialist.

* excluding AMEX

13

terMS And CondItIonS


All reservations in writing are subject to our cancellation conditions.
Written cancellations received up to 5 working days before the
course date will be subject to an administration charge of 50 /
60 + VAT. No refunds will be made for cancellations received
after this date, or for non-attendance, but copies of the course

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

documentation can be provided. Substitutions may be made at


any time up to the start of the course.
Chilworth Technology Ltd reserves the right to modify or cancel
this course up to 5 working days prior to the commencement date.

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

19

trAInerS BIogrAPHIeS

simon gakhar, Bsc, ceng, Icheme Simon is a Chartered


Chemical Engineer and joined Chilworth Technology in
2004 as a Senior process Safety Specialist working in both
the industrial explosion hazards and chemical reaction
hazards groups. Simon is a Technical Manager in the
process safety consultancy group with over 20 years
industry experience in a range of process safety and
engineering roles across a broad range of industrial sectors
and disciplines, including gas and vapour explosions,
electrostatic hazards, chemical reaction hazards and
DIERS, occupied building risk assessments, pressure
relief and discharge and disposal system design.
ashutosh dave, Beng, Msc, aMIcheme Ash is an

Associate Member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers


(AMIChemE) with a B.Eng (Hons) in Chemical Engineering
from Aston University with a MSc in process Safety
and Loss prevention from Sheffield University. He has
extensive experience in HAzop studies, Fire/Explosion/
Toxicity modeling, Risk Assessment and process Safety
& project Management including plant operations support.

Keith Middle, Bsc, ceng, fIcheme Keith is a


Chartered Engineer, a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical
Engineers and a member of the IChemE Safety & Loss
prevention Subject Group and European DIERS User
Group. With a BSc (Hons) in Chemical Engineering
from the University of Birmingham, his specialties include
runaway chemical reactions, thermal stability and
decomposition, emergency relief vent sizing for
uncontrolled reactions and 2-phase Flow, hazard
identification, risk assessment and worst case scenario
studies, HAzop team leadership and Safety Integrity Level
and Safety Instrumentation (BS EN 61508/61511). Keith
joined Chilworth Technology in 1994.
nigel allen, Bsc, aMIcheme Nigel has a BSc (Hons) in

Chemical process Engineering and Business Studies from


Aston University and is an Associate Member of the
Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) and their Safety
and Loss prevention Group. His areas of expertise include
explosion hazard and risk, HAzop and Non-electrical
equipment ignition risk, occupied buildings risk assessment
(oBRAs), consequence modeling and Quantified Risk
Assessments (QRA). In addition Nigel has experience in
Seveso report writing, employee HSE competence profiling,
process and occupational safety audits, process safety
management (pSM) systems and culture reviews, accident
and incident investigations and permit-to-work systems.

20

In-CoMPAny trAInIng
CourSeS PreSentAtIon

dr andrew starkie, Bsc, Phd, cchem, Mrsc Andy


is a principal process Safety Specialist at Chilworth
Technology covering all areas of process safety. prior to
this, he was Group Leader of the company's Chemical
process Evaluation Group. Andy's areas of expertise
include the development of experimental programmes for
identification and assessment of chemical reaction hazards,
in particular the design of emergency relief systems using
DIERS techniques. Additionally, Andy's expertise covers the
testing of highly energetic chemicals, research into new
calorimetric methods for characterisation of exothermic
processes under both sub-reflux and reflux conditions and
as Course Director for a number of international training
courses and symposia on chemical reaction hazards.

Proficiency is more than training

Traditional classroom education is the starting point for genuine competence. practical
experience, mentoring and coaching are the vehicles through which competence can
be embedded and assured.
To become truly proficient, training must be supplemented with practical mentoring,
worked, real-life examples, and on-line support.
our process Safety Academy courses are therefore offered with a range of options
to embed knowledge:

richard Ball, aMInstP Richard is an Associate Member

of the Institute of physics (AMInstp) and sits on the


British Standards Committee BS 5958 on 'The Control
of Undesirable Static Electricity', having joined Chilworth
Technology at our inception in 1986. Richard set-up and
managed our Industrial Explosion Hazards (IEH) laboratory
for six years and is currently a Senior process Safety
Specialist involved with auditing clients' plants and
preparing reports, incident investigations, dust explosion
prevention and practical applications of process safety to
explosion protection, electrostatic hazards, hazardous area
classification and interpretation of test data.

Ian Pavey MPhil, Bsc (hons), MInstP, cPhys,

aMIcheme Ian graduated from Bath University with a BSc


in Chemical Engineering. After acquiring practical
experience of electrostatic hazards while working as a
process development engineer, he gained an Mphil in
Applied Electrostatics at the University of Southampton,
thereafter specialising in electrostatic applications,
problems and hazards. Ian is a principal Electrostatics
Specialist at Chilworth Technology and a member of the
Institute of physics' Electrostatics Group, the Institution of
Chemical Engineers' Safety and Loss prevention Group and
the British Standards GEL 101 Committee among others.
He has numerous articles published on subjects from new
electrostatic applications to powder handling problems and
fundamental research in understanding hazardous situations.

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

Tailored workshops using specific customer scenarios


on-site practical application additional time to review the topic area in the plant
environment
Mentoring working with your employees to guide them in the technical discipline
on-site and via telephone
Refresher training regular knowledge top-ups through further structured training
or surgery-style support.

Structured Process Safety education


1
Understanding
Process Safety
Hazards
Hazard
Mitigation and
Management
Programmes
3

2
Analysing Risks

Measuring
Success
4

our comprehensive library of process safety education programs are grouped in


four modules, correlating closely with the CCpS four pillars of process Safety
Management, namely:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Understanding process Safety Hazards


Analysing Risks
Hazard mitigation and management programmes
Measuring Success

Within each module, a range of globally applicable courses exist, with secondary
localisations which focus on specific industry sectors and legislation.
All courses are globally consistent ensured through adherence to a global syllabus
agreed by our facilitators in all locations.
The Chilworth process Safety Academy brings together a team of vastly experienced
practitioners, specialist facilitators and honed training content to provide a rich mix of
education combined with practical application. Classroom learning is supplemented
with practical (on-site) application sessions, mentoring and coaching to ensure that
proficiency is embedded, proven and refreshed.

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

21

our ServICeS In ProCeSS SAfety


And dAtA ACquISItIon

our InternAtIonAl loCAtIonS

Chilworth Technology Ltd

Chilworth technology's Services

(Southampton, UK)
+44 (0) 23 8076 0722
www.chilworth.co.uk

We offer a range of testing and consultancy services to the processing industries, covering:
Dust/Gas/Vapour Explosions
Electrostatic Hazards
Hazardous Area Classification
Chemical Reaction Hazards
Chemical process optimisation
Regulatory Testing (NoNS, CHIp, CpL, UN)
ATEX / DSEAR Audits
Major Hazards (Seveso II / CoMAH)
HAzop
Incident Investigation
Expert Witness
Training

Chilworth Amalthea
Valencia, +34 96 136 68 14
Barcelona, +34 934 920 450
Zaragoza, +34 976 304 448
Madrid, +34 912 975 403

Chilworth Wallonie

DEKRA Insight AB

Chilworth The Netherlands

Chilworth France

(La Louvire, BE)


+ 32 (0) 479 61 70 23
www.chilworth.fr

(Gteborg, SE)
+ 46 (0) 10 455 12 24
www.chilworth.se

(Rotterdam, NL)
+31 (0) 10 20 77 242
www.chilworth.nl

(Jonage, France)
+33 (0)4 72 44 05 52
www.chilworth.fr

www.chilworth.es

For further information and a comprehensive list of the testing services available, please contact
one of our offices.

About CHIlWortH technology (a deKrA company)


Serving the processing industries since 1986, Chilworth Technology is a worldwide
leader in process safety services providing a full array of process Safety Engineering
(pSE) and process Safety Management (pSM) services.
Unrivalled technical expertise enables Chilworth Technology to provide best-in-class
solutions delivered by a large number of highly experienced multi-disciplinary engineers
and process safety specialists. Chilworth Technology delivers consistent quality
worldwide and meets the needs of multinational companies that require integrated,
consistent services tailored to local cultures and operational and regulatory requirements.

22

TRAINING COURSE BROCHURE 2014 CHILWORTH TECHNOLOGY

Chilworth Technology Inc (USA)


Princeton, NJ +1 609 799 4449

Chilworth Vassallo

Chilworth SRM (India)

Schaumburg +1 847 925 8100

(Cinisello Balsamo, Italy)


+39 02 89929600
www.chilworth.it

New Delhi +91 (0)11 2613 6979

www.chilworth.com

www.sceinc.com

Mumbai +91 (0)22 6694 2350

www.chilworth.co.in

Chilworth China
10F, Building 16, No. 250 Jiangchangsan Road
Shanghai, 200436, P.R. China
+ 86 21 6056 76 66
www.chilworth.cn

www.chilworth.co.uk

Chilworth Technology Ltd.,


Beta House,
Southampton Science Park,
Southampton.
SO16 7NS. United Kingdom.

PS-GB-TRA-087-01

T: +44 (0)23 8076 0722


F: +44 (0)23 8076 7866
E: info-uk@chilworthglobal.com
www.chilworth.co.uk