TECHNOLOGY WEEK | 15 - 18 OCTOBER 2018

Combined operations (ComOps) ALARP assessment

Best Practices on Offshore Safety Design Training

Course title: Best Practices in Offshore Safety Design



Day 1- Monday, October 15, 2018 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Day 2- Tuesday, October 16, 2018 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

Value for attending
  • Overview of safety design principles based on barrier management in Oil & Gas and related Maritime industry. 
  • Insight on how some safety design principles are evolved.
  • Technical knowledge booster for engineers and surveyors project managers covering both design and survey in-service aspects.
  • Examples and illustrations highlighting differences in codes and standards (API, NORSOK, ISO) and in regulatory requirements (MODU, SOLAS) in different offshore regimes.
  • Balancing safety vs. cost optimization demand based on best practices in the industry
  • The seminar is intended to be an introduction for young safety engineers and, refresher and experience exchange opportunity for project managers and the experienced engineers

Course  Content
  • Overview of safety principles based on barrier management in the Oil and gas and related Maritime industry
  • Insight on how some of the safety principles are evolved 
  • Technical details covering both design and field aspects 
  • Examples and illustrations highlighting differences in codes and standards (API, NORSOK, ISO) and in regulatory requirements (MODU, SOLAS) in different offshore regimes 
  • Examples of balancing safety vs. cost optimization demand based on best practices in the industry
Day 1 Course Outline
  • Introduction
  • - Safety Principles and Safety Barriers; Fixed vs. Goal Based vs. Hybrid Regulations
  • Barrier - Prevention: 
  • - Application of API 14C, Hydrocarbon containment, Ventilation, Ignition source control, Hazardous area classification, Inert gas / blanket system
  • Barrier - Detection and Control: 
  • - Fire, smoke, heat and flame detection, Detection arrangement, Optimization of detector layout, ESD and Control philosophy, Blowdown and Depressurization system
 Day 2  Course Outline
  • Barrier – Mitigation 
  • -Active and Passive fire protection (e.g. Structural fire protection, Fixed fire extinguishing system)
  • Barrier - Escape, Evacuate and Rescue:
  • - EER strategy, Escape routes, Temporary refuge and muster areas, Means of evacuation
  • - Differences and similarities of various offshore regimes: US GOM (BSEE & USCG), Mexico GOM (ASEA & CNH), Canada (C-NLOPB), Norway (NMA), UK (HSE), Brazil (various), Australia (NOPSEMA) Case Studies and real-life examples will be included throughout the course work.
Main Lecturers(s)
  • Chang Hee Yoon, Group Lead - Safety and Systems
  • Raja Roy, Principal Engineer and Project Manager, Approval Center Houston 
  • Rathipriya Narayanan, Process Safety and Systems Engineer
Course Highlights & Testimonials - This course has been delivered 8 times to various stakeholders in the O&G industry (including the major yards in South Korea, oil majors and EPCs in Houston and academia). Following testimonials is based on the feedback from participants of this course:
● Well recognized in the Oil & Gas Industry ● Offered to Offshore yards & Operators ● Excellent slide pack & supporting material ● Good overview of Regulatory regimes ● Detailed knowledge on Barrier Management Principles ● Emphasis on safe & cost-optimized design ● Highly interactive course ● Energetic & Enthusiastic trainers

Safety design

Duration:

2-day course

Fee:

$250 early bird /$400 standard price until September 28, 2018 - price includes access to any Event Course, Course materials, Course certificate, Light breakfast & Lunch

Course title: Best Practices in Offshore Safety Design



Day 1- Monday, October 15, 2018 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Day 2- Tuesday, October 16, 2018 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

Value for attending
  • Overview of safety design principles based on barrier management in Oil & Gas and related Maritime industry. 
  • Insight on how some safety design principles are evolved.
  • Technical knowledge booster for engineers and surveyors project managers covering both design and survey in-service aspects.
  • Examples and illustrations highlighting differences in codes and standards (API, NORSOK, ISO) and in regulatory requirements (MODU, SOLAS) in different offshore regimes.
  • Balancing safety vs. cost optimization demand based on best practices in the industry
  • The seminar is intended to be an introduction for young safety engineers and, refresher and experience exchange opportunity for project managers and the experienced engineers

Course  Content
  • Overview of safety principles based on barrier management in the Oil and gas and related Maritime industry
  • Insight on how some of the safety principles are evolved 
  • Technical details covering both design and field aspects 
  • Examples and illustrations highlighting differences in codes and standards (API, NORSOK, ISO) and in regulatory requirements (MODU, SOLAS) in different offshore regimes 
  • Examples of balancing safety vs. cost optimization demand based on best practices in the industry
Day 1 Course Outline
  • Introduction
  • - Safety Principles and Safety Barriers; Fixed vs. Goal Based vs. Hybrid Regulations
  • Barrier - Prevention: 
  • - Application of API 14C, Hydrocarbon containment, Ventilation, Ignition source control, Hazardous area classification, Inert gas / blanket system
  • Barrier - Detection and Control: 
  • - Fire, smoke, heat and flame detection, Detection arrangement, Optimization of detector layout, ESD and Control philosophy, Blowdown and Depressurization system
 Day 2  Course Outline
  • Barrier – Mitigation 
  • -Active and Passive fire protection (e.g. Structural fire protection, Fixed fire extinguishing system)
  • Barrier - Escape, Evacuate and Rescue:
  • - EER strategy, Escape routes, Temporary refuge and muster areas, Means of evacuation
  • - Differences and similarities of various offshore regimes: US GOM (BSEE & USCG), Mexico GOM (ASEA & CNH), Canada (C-NLOPB), Norway (NMA), UK (HSE), Brazil (various), Australia (NOPSEMA) Case Studies and real-life examples will be included throughout the course work.
Main Lecturers(s)
  • Chang Hee Yoon, Group Lead - Safety and Systems
  • Raja Roy, Principal Engineer and Project Manager, Approval Center Houston 
  • Rathipriya Narayanan, Process Safety and Systems Engineer
Course Highlights & Testimonials - This course has been delivered 8 times to various stakeholders in the O&G industry (including the major yards in South Korea, oil majors and EPCs in Houston and academia). Following testimonials is based on the feedback from participants of this course:
● Well recognized in the Oil & Gas Industry ● Offered to Offshore yards & Operators ● Excellent slide pack & supporting material ● Good overview of Regulatory regimes ● Detailed knowledge on Barrier Management Principles ● Emphasis on safe & cost-optimized design ● Highly interactive course ● Energetic & Enthusiastic trainers

Safety design