Education and Training

RESPONSIBLE CARE® TRAINING & INTERACTION

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Workshops and Networking Sessions

CAIA periodically holds Workshops and Networking Sessions in Gauteng and Kwa-Zulu Natal that address Process Safety, Responsible Care® matters and Industry specific legislative/standards concerns and updates. Presentations are available for download.

Teacher Outreach and Schools Presentations

The purpose of these events are to support science teachers with specific aspects of the Grade 11 and 12 chemistry curriculum and to create awareness of appropriate safety practises whilst doing chemistry experiments. Also, teachers are informed of the global chemical industry's Responsible Care® initiative that strives to continually improve the health, safety and environmental performance of the chemical sector. Science teachers are encouraged to portray the image of professional scientists within the secondary school environment and to promote chemistry as a career.

Responsible Care® Process Safety Training

Several Training events related to Process Safety are held throughout the year. Please check our events calendar for training dates:

Process Safety Module 1

The purpose of Module 1 Process Safety training is to provide the learner with a background understanding of Process Safety and the management thereof. No pre-requisites are required to attend this training. After completing PS Module 1 training course, the learner should:

01
Have an overview of the history and background of PSM.
02
Comprehend the elements of PSM.
03
Understand the requirements for implementing a PSM system.

 

Process Safety Module 2

The purpose of Module 2 Process Safety training is to supply the learner with detailed information on the elements of a Risk-based process safety management system so that he/she can design/develop such a system, evaluate the current system within their company and so that he/she can improve current process safety management practises within their facility.

The module focuses on the benefits of the safety operation and management of plants on equipment using specific case studies, where failure to do so resulted in serious process safety incidents. Pre-requisites for this module include:

01
Knowledge of process safety management.
02
Non-technical candidates – completion of the Responsible Care® Module 1 Process Safety Management Training and a minimum score of 65% in the Module 1 test.

 

Process Safety Module 3

The purpose of Module 3 Process Safety training is to supply the learner with detailed information on how to critically evaluate a Risk-based process safety management system. The information supplied will assist the learner to evaluate their facility’s process safety management system and to proactively identify its suitability, its effective and consistent implementation as well as weaknesses in its design and implementation.

This module will also equip persons with the required skills and knowledge to independently verify the implementation of the Responsible Care® Process Safety Management Practise Standards within the facilities of Responsible Care® signatories. Pre-requisites for this module include:

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Advanced knowledge of Risk-based process safety Management.
02
Successful completion of the Responsible Care® Process Safety Training Module 2.

 

Responsible Care® Module 1

The purpose of the Responsible Care® Module 1 training is to provide the learner with a background understanding of Responsible Care® and the management thereof. The aim of this module is to provide the learner with the necessary information and activities to enable him/her to interpret Responsible Care® by:

01
Having an overview of Responsible Care®.
02
Comprehending the pillars of Responsible Care® Management.
03
Comprehending the implementation of Responsible Care® Management.
04
Interpreting Responsible Care® Management activities.

No pre-requisites are required to register for this module.

 

Responsible Care® Module 2

The purpose of the Responsible Care® Module 2 training is to provide the learner with a background understanding of Responsible Care® and the management and implementation thereof. The aim of this module is to provide the learner with the necessary information and activities to enable him/her to implement Responsible Care® by:

01
Having an overview of Responsible Care® requirements.
02
Comprehending the implementation of Responsible Care® Management.
03
Discussing RCM vs. Benchmarking Standards.
04
Comprehending the requirements involved in verifying Responsible Care®.

No pre-requisites are required to register for this module.

 

Responsible Care® Module 3

The purpose of the Responsible Care® Module 3 training is to provide the learner with understanding and competence to verify Responsible Care®. The aim of this module is to provide the learner with the necessary information and activities to enable him/her to verify Responsible Care® by:

01
Having an overview of how Responsible Care® verification should be conducted.
02
Preparing for and conducting the audit.
03
Comprehending the process and requirements for verifying Responsible Care®.

Responsible Care® Module 2 should have been successfully completed before registering for Module 3.

 

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