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Process Safety Management Systems

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$595/Kentucky Chamber Member
$695/Non-member

Special Offer: Send 1 and get the 2nd HALF OFF!
Special pricing not available online. Contact Lori Jo Goff at 502-848-8727 or lgoff@kychamber.com to take advantage of this discount.

Why Attend
OSHA’s 1910.119, Process Safety Management Standard (PSM) applies to companies who have large quantities of highly hazardous chemicals or 10,000 lbs or more of a flammable liquid in their process. However, the system procedures under the standard are an effective means to control and manage hazards in any operation. Process Safety Management is a set of interrelated approaches to managing hazards associated with the process industries and is intended to reduce the frequency and severity of incidents resulting from releases of chemicals and other energy sources. They are composed of organizational and operational procedures, design guidance, audit programs, and many other control methods to minimize hazards. This 2-day workshop will look at all the elements of Process Safety Management and how to best implement them into existing company safety, quality and reliability systems.  We will look at a comprehensive PSM program and how the overall control system applies to each of the elements listed below. You will learn how and when to apply Process Hazard Analysis techniques like HAZOP, FMEA, and/or what-if/checklist analyses to any process system.

Key Elements of PSM:
• Employee Participation
• Process Safety Information
• Operating Procedures
• Hot Work Permit/Safe Work Practices
• Training
• Contractors
• Process Hazard Analysis
• Management of Change
• Mechanical Integrity
• Pre-Startup Safety Review
• Emergency Planning and Response
• Incident Investigation
• Compliance Auditing
• Trade Secrets
• Management Commitment and Accountability

Who Should Attend
• Process Managers
• Safety Professionals
• Maintenance Managers
• Executive Directors
• Process Engineers
• Safety Engineers
• Mechanical Engineers
• Compliance Auditors
• Environmental Managers and Technicians
• PSM Coordinators
• PSM Team Members
• Beverage and Distillery Managers