Prerequisites for NEBOSH HSE Certificate In Process Safety Management Course
There are no formal prerequisites for attending this NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management course. However, a basic knowledge of health and safety issues would be beneficial for delegates.
Who should attend this NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management Course?
This course is intended for those who work within process industries, including chemicals, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, and plastics. This training course is well suited for:
- Safety Representatives
- Health and Safety Advisors
NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management Course Overview
Process Safety Management (PSM) is the integrated management of linked tasks necessary to control process safety risks. The key concept of PSM is to prevent or lessen the effects of releasing dangerous chemicals into a facility or the area around a facility. This training session aims to provide individuals with efficient ways to install equipment that requires both personal and process safety. This NEBOSH programme assists organisations with the management of change by identifying required modifications and implementing training programmes where necessary. Holding excellent management skills enables individuals to gain higher designations in globally recognised organisations and claim desired earnings within a short period of time.
The Knowledge Academy’s 3-day NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management course provides delegates with a thorough understanding of industry processes and the establishment of process management systems. During this training, delegates will learn about asset management and maintenance strategies for ensuring standards of safety and integrity. They will also learn about the safety-critical equipment required to ensure the safety of an asset. Our highly skilled and professional instructor with years of experience in teaching NEBOSH courses will conduct this training.
- To know about the safe operation and maintenance of process plant
- To increase awareness of the hazards and risk potential of the sites
- To identify the root causes of the incident and appropriate solution
- To ensure the continual development of expertise with new laws
- To provide resources for projects and support risk assessment
- To meet any legal requirements to report and investigate
After attending this training, delegates will be able to prevent the incident from happening again and record the details for future use. They will also be able to outline the necessary controls to reduce the effects of fire and explosion in the process industry.