TRAINING COURSE DETAILS
Date: 17 February 2022
Time: 08:30 – 16:00 CAT
Venue: Virtual (MS Teams)
Skill Level: Basic
Duration: 7.5 hours
Cost: R4830 (VAT included)
ECSA CPD Credits: 1 (Reference number SAIChE-364)
Process safety management audits are an essential practice for the chemical industry and PSM is one of the key pillars of the Responsible Care® Initiative. The main objective of the process safety management of highly hazardous chemicals is to prevent fires, explosions, and unwanted releases of chemicals. Process safety management audits are designed to safeguard people, property, and the environment as well as to improve operational efficiency, reduce maintenance costs and informed equipment scheduling, among other benefits. The audit findings are also a useful tool for use during budgeting.
After completing the course, delegates will be able to:
- Prepare for PSM audits - process safety auditing objectives
- Conduct the audit - what to audit when assessing the effectiveness of a PSM System
- Assess process safety corrective actions
- Assess process safety legal compliance
- Prepare PSM audit reports
- Understand the Responsible Care® Process Safety Audit Guidance Document
Who Should Attend:
- Internal and external PSM auditors
- Operations, technical and maintenance managers
- Facility/site PSM leaders and team members
- Any person who could potentially lead or resource a PSM audit
- Any person who is active in PSM, PSM audits and/or the implementation of PSM elements
- A minimum of 65% pass in CAIA Responsible Care® RBPSM Module 2 course
- Additional chemical engineering or PSM qualifications will be considered
To demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes, delegates are required to provide evidence during a knowledge assessment (theory test) that they can:
- Explain what to audit when planning and conducting a PSM audit
- Explain the purpose and objectives of the CAIA Responsible Care® PSM audit protocol
- Describe the information that will be gathered during the “Facility Overview”
- Explain how an audit can be used to enhance the effectiveness of a company’s RBPSM System
|Session 1||08:30 - 10:30|
|Break||10:30 - 11:00|
|Session 2||11:00 - 12:30|
|Lunch||12:30 - 13:30|
|Session 3||13:30 - 16:00|
Process Safety Consultant
Francois Holtzhausen is a chemical engineer and graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand. His process safety career started in 2000 when he was appointed Process Safety Technology Leader for the Dow Chemical Company (Dow), where he was responsible for driving the implementation of process safety at the newly acquired Dow facilities in South Africa. During 2006, he was appointed Process Safety Advisor for Sasol South Africa Limited (Sasol) and was tasked with the implementation of a process safety management system at Sasol. Francois was part of the Sasol team that developed the Sasol FER Severity Index. He retired from Sasol in 2015 and is currently a consultant in process safety, focusing mainly on process safety training and auditing. He was the chairperson of the CAIA Gauteng Process Safety Forum from 2013 to 2018.
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Please note that:
- Payment must take place 72 hours prior to the training. Kindly forward proof of payment (i.e., a copy of the bank deposit slip or EFT payment) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Registration must be completed by 11 February 2022.
- CAIA must be notified in writing of cancellations 48 hours prior to the training. Cancellations received less than 48 hours prior to the training, will be charged in full.
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