Achieving Incident Free Plant Shutdown & Maintenance

Date:  26th – 28th June 2019

Venue:  Bangkok, Thailand 

MAIN LEARNING OBJECTIVES AND KEY BENEFITS:

  • Assess workplace hazards and the associated risks
  • Control, reduce or eliminate the risks of Work, through formalised Risk Assessment and Safe Systems of Work
  • Gain knowledge on appropriate legislation
  • Explore the importance of on-going monitoring of work in progress
  • Assess changes to the work plan and react in the correct manner to the new conditions
  • Be responsive to changes in work conditions or the work plan
  • Understand the importance of effective communication with all departments in ensuring safety of work
  • Understand the importance of correct control at shift handover, supervision change or worker change
  • Identify the responsibilities and accountabilities in respect of PTW, JSA Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Work Planning Systems
  • Discover many types of CoW processes and explain their purposes 
  • Provide a consistent approach when applying CoW in the workplace 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

A high proportion of industrial machinery and process plant related incidents occur during transient operations, shutdown, start up, pre or post maintenance, abnormal operations and emergencies. When the status quo of a smooth-running machine or process plant is interrupted, careful planning is required to ensure that all eventualities have been considered and appropriate control measures put in place.

Control of Work and Safe Systems of Work embody the use of Processes and Procedures that ensure a systematic examination of the required Maintenance or Plant Operations before any Work takes place.

The Processes and Procedures are primarily aimed at identifying the Hazards that will or may be encountered and specify appropriate methods of work to eliminate the hazards, control and minimise the associated risks.

The Course will introduce the attendee to the full spectrum of Process and Procedures available to Control the Hazards of undertaking machinery and process plant maintenance.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This training is highly recommended for:

  • Maintenance, Electrical and Service Engineers
  • Plant and Machinery Operators
  • H&S Managers
  • Maintenance and Production Managers
  • Production and Project Managers
  • Design Engineers
  • And any other Professionals who see Maintenance and Plant Operations work as relevant to their role within the company