Dear SLP Members and Friends,
We are pleased to announce the following:
|Date||Friday, 23 October 2020|
|Time||0900hr - 1700hr|
|Venue||Singapore Polytechnic Graduates’ Guild
1010 Dover Rd Gate 4
|Fee||SLP Members and Two Corporate Nominees |
SIT / e2i Members
|$270.00 nett per person|
|Non-Members||$320.00 nett per person|
|Group Discount - for registration of 3 or more participants from the same company, a 10% discount will apply.|
• Lunch (Set Meal) and Refreshments
• Hardcopy Presentation notes and e-Presentation file (Upon Completion)
• E-Certificate of Attendance
|Course Speaker||Mr. Lim Kee Huat, Manager and Principal Engineer, Cassia Pte. Ltd.
|Objective||The aim of the course is to promote a safer plant from the design phase through to operations. Practitioners will appreciate the inherently safer design strategies and hierarchical approach directed towards a safer plant. Continuous efforts towards safety in operations are presented.|
|Synopsis||The approach towards a safer plant by implementing requirements from codes, standards and best practices is addressed. Identification of hazards, risk assessment and formal safety assessment studies are included. Topics on explosions, fires and toxic releases and the impact on health, safety and environment are covered. Case Studies are presented to provide lessons learnt from incidents and to ensure plants are made safer.|
|Target participants||HSE & safety professionals; electrical, instrument, mechanical, piping and engineers of other disciplines; operation and production practitioners; supervisors and managers.|
|• 6 SDU points by WHS-CPD Board and qualified for 6 PDUs by PEB.
• E-Certificates of Attendance will be issued to all attendees upon completion.
|Closing Date||16 October 2020|
|0900-0915||Welcome and Introduction|
|0915-0945||Approach towards a safer plant through design and operations. Consideration of explosions, fires and toxic impacts. Impact of hazards on health, safety and environment.|
|0945-1030||Safer design through implementing requirements from codes, standards and best practices: API, ATEX, BS, EI, FM Global, HSE, IMO, ISO, NFPA, NORSOK, SS|
|1045-1115||Inherently Safer Design strategies and hierarchical approach.|
|1115-1200||Hazards identification, risk assessment, formal safety assessment studies and project reviews.|
|1300-1345||Implementation of a safer approach during fabrication, construction, testing and commissioning phases including vendor equipment and accessories.|
|1345-1430||Continuous improvement process from operations, production and maintenance. Management of Change assessment and procedures.|
|1445-1630||Case Studies. What can we learn and adopt from accidents/incidents to improve and make the plant safer.|
|1630-1700||Q & A|
As seats are limited, registration will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Please kindly reply to Penny Pan at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information before 16 October 2020.
For enquiries, please e-mail Ms Penny Pan at email@example.com
We look forward to your participation.