Process Safety in Batch Reaction Systems
This course intends to identify issues and concerns in batch reaction systems and provides potential solutions to address these concerns.
This should be of value to process design engineers, operators, maintenance personnel, as well as members of process hazards analysis teams. While the course offers potential solutions to specific issues/concerns, ultimately the user needs to make the case for the solutions that best satisfy their company’s requirements for a balance between risk reduction and cost. In many instances the training provides one or more sources of additional information on the subject which would be of value to the delegate.
The objectives of the course are to:
- Identify safety concerns unique to batch reaction systems;
- Provide a how-to guide for the practicing engineer to identify, define and address unique safety issues in batch reaction systems;
- Provide a range of criteria and techniques to be considered in the development, design, operation, and maintenance of batch reaction systems to reduce risk and ensure safety of people, environment, and property;
- Provide an aid to identify potential sources of unsafe conditions encountered in batch reaction systems;
- Provide guidance in applying appropriate practices to prevent accidents; and
- Identify sources for specific expertise and reference them accordingly.
This course, Process Safety in Batch Reaction Systems, attempts to aid in the safe design, operation and maintenance of batch and semi-batch reaction systems. In this course the terms “batch” and “semi-batch” are used interchangeably for simplicity.
Online Price - R3999.00
Venue Price - R8999.00
Who Should Attend - This course is intended for process design engineers, operators, maintenance personnel, as well as members of process hazards analysis teams.