In April, Global Functional Safety (GFS) just held the first of several courses in Risk Assessment in Danish.
The course started after eating a nice breakfast, and the day continued with some theory and a presentation on the different legal requirements regarding Risk Assessment of processing plants, as well as the relevant standards.
Thereafter, various Risk Assessment methods (such as HAZID, HAZOP, and What If) were presented and explained in detail. Subsequently, they were tested in practice through exercises.
These exercises in particular gave the participants a good idea of how a Risk Assessment in a process company should be prioritized and planned, as well as of the importance of having people with the right skills in the team that is to perform the Risk Assessment.
This day was characterized by good knowledge sharing and an open dialogue, and there was plenty of room for discussion and questions of varying types.
All in all, a good day and a good and useful course which you may get the opportunity of taking part in as well!
GFS is planning another course on Risk Assessment again in the fall and will as well offer this course as a customized course, where examples from your company will be used.
See our site for upcoming courses – or contact us for further information.
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Global Functional Safety – A part of the development
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