Comprehensive Process Safety and Risk Management Programs are the cornerstone of safe operation in the process industries. Gain the confidence and knowledge to develop or redesign a fully compliant program
PHA’s are statutorily required by both OSHA and EPA to be conducted at regular intervals. Become a PHA team leader with RSSI’s PHA for team leaders course
OSHA’s Process Safety Management Standard and EPA’s Risk Management Plan Rule both require facilities to conduct compliance audits of their prevention programs at least every three years. Learn how with RSSI’s PSM/RMP Compliance & Best Practices Auditing course.
Having an Incident Investigation Plan is a requirement of both OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM) standard, 29 CFR 1910.119 and EPA’s Risk Management Program (RMP) rule, 40 CFR Part 68. Learn how from RSSI’s experienced instructors.
OSHA states that the employer may be in violation if SISs are utilized which do not conform with IEC 61511 / ISA 84. Learn how to create and analyze SISs with RSSI’s Safety Instrumented Systems Course
Layers of protection analysis (LOPA) is a semi-quantitative methodology that can be used to identify safeguards that meet the independent protection layer (IPL) criteria established by CCPS/AIChE in 1993. Return to your facility a LOPA Team Leader
We can deliver our public courses directly at your facility, with as much or as little customization as you require. Take our industry and regulatory expertise together with your systems and procedures to get your team speaking the same language.
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