On-demand Webinar: The Trials and Tribulations of Risk Assessments
This month’s webinar will discuss what good process risk assessment really looks like.
Process risk assessment are not simply the use of a series of tools, like HAZOP, QRA, LOPA, Bow-ties – but a justified decision-making process – the use of which should be a great benefit to a business. We should therefore look at safety as a risk based goal approach and isn’t very prescriptive.
Dr Fowler will clearly differentiate between risk analysis or evaluation, and risk assessment and illustrate this with best practices in the process sector, and how to implement such practices within your process safety management systems and culture of the organization.
What you’ll learn:
- How and why a top-down level organisational model centred upon the need to constantly improve is a pillar for process safety success
- Why risk assessments should lean towards decision making rather than calculations
- Understanding Positive vs Proportionate risk assessments
This webinar is best for:
- Process Safety Managers
- Laboratory Staff
- Health and Safety Managers
- Middle Managers
- Operational Staff
- Engineering Staff
Technical Speaker – Dr Andrew Fowler, Director, Sigma-HSE
Dr Fowler received his BSc and PhD in Surface Chemistry from the University of Durham in 1984. He has sixteen years of experience as an HSE Process Safety Specialist Inspector covering field inspections, major hazards, and safety policy development. During his time at the HSE, Dr Fowler authored guidance publications and staff training manuals.
Following an accomplished career in the UK HSE, Dr Fowler gained a wealth of commercial consultancy experience. During this time, he completed multiple process safety management audits and published bespoke staff training programs.