Lesson 1 (Part 1)

Introduction to Chemical Process Safety

INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORKPLACE

- Putting safety into perspective
- Case History: Flixborough, Bhopal, Seveso, Chernobyl
- Concept of Risk and Risk Ranking
- Risk Acceptance and ALARP Concept
- Safety and Human Factor
- Inherent Safety
• Layers of Protection in Process Plant
• Introduction to safety relief system

It is expected that students will be able to :

• Demonstrate clear understanding on the important terms and the current issues on process safety.

Lesson 1 (Part 2)

Inherent Safety

INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORKPLACE

- Putting safety into perspective
- Case History: Flixborough, Bhopal, Seveso, Chernobyl
- Concept of Risk and Risk Ranking
- Risk Acceptance and ALARP Concept
- Safety and Human Factor
- Inherent Safety
• Layers of Protection in Process Plant
• Introduction to safety relief system

It is expected that students will be able to :

• Demonstrate clear understanding on the important terms and the current issues on process safety.

Lesson 2

Safety Legislations In Malaysia

SAFETY LEGISLATIONS IN MALAYSIA

- Safety Legislation in Malaysia such as FMA, OSHA and all their regulations
- OSH management system.

It is expected that students will be able to :

• Develop understanding and appreciation on safety legislations in Malaysia
• Develop understanding on occupational safety and health management system
• Increase awareness of occupational safety and health issue in Malaysia
• Understand important items in Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA).

Lesson 3 (Part 1)

Major Hazards : Fires, Explosions, Toxic Release

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

- Overview of hazard Identification Methods
- Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP)
- Fires, Explosion and Toxic Release

It is expected that the students will be able to :

• Identify variety of hazard identification methods
• Apply these methods in identifying hazards such as fires, explosion and toxic release in chemical plant

Lesson 3 (Part 2)

Hazard Identification & HAZOP

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

- Overview of hazard Identification Methods
- Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP)
- Fires, Explosion and Toxic Release

It is expected that the students will be able to :

• Identify variety of hazard identification methods
• Apply these methods in identifying hazards such as fires, explosion and toxic release in chemical plant

Lesson 4 (Part 1)

Toxicology

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

- Toxicology
- MSDS
- Evaluation of Exposure (Dust, Noise, Toxic Vapours)
- Chemical Health Risk Assessment (CHRA)

It is expected that the students will be able to :

• Understand the concept of toxicology
• Understand the content of MSDS
• Evaluate exposure to hazards
• Perform CHRA for hazardous chemical

Lesson 4 (Part 2)

Industrial Hygiene

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

- Toxicology
- MSDS
- Evaluation of Exposure (Dust, Noise, Toxic Vapours)
- Chemical Health Risk Assessment (CHRA)

It is expected that the students will be able to :

• Understand the concept of toxicology
• Understand the content of MSDS
• Evaluate exposure to hazards
• Perform CHRA for hazardous chemical

Lesson 4 (Part 3)

Chemical Health Risk Assessment

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

- Toxicology
- MSDS
- Evaluation of Exposure (Dust, Noise, Toxic Vapours)
- Chemical Health Risk Assessment (CHRA)

It is expected that the students will be able to :

• Understand the concept of toxicology
• Understand the content of MSDS
• Evaluate exposure to hazards
• Perform CHRA for hazardous chemical

Lesson 5 (Part 1)

Risk Assessment

RISK ASSESSMENT

- Overview of Risk Assessment Methods
- Qualitative Risk Assessment
- Frequency analysis: ETA and FTA
- Consequence Analysis: Dispersion, Fire and Explosion
- Individual and Societal Risk
- Risk Tolerability

It is expected that the students will be able to :

• Understand the concept of risk assessment
• Identify methods available in conducting risk assessment
• Perform quantitative risk assessment

Lesson 5 (Part 2)

Risk Assessment : Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

RISK ASSESSMENT

- Overview of Risk Assessment Methods
- Qualitative Risk Assessment
- Frequency analysis: ETA and FTA
- Consequence Analysis: Dispersion, Fire and Explosion
- Individual and Societal Risk
- Risk Tolerability

It is expected that the students will be able to :

• Understand the concept of risk assessment
• Identify methods available in conducting risk assessment
• Perform quantitative risk assessment