SAFETY IN DESIGN & ENGINEERING,
ONSHORE AND OFFSHORE PRODUCTION FACILITY
It is self-evident that the development of onshore and offshore oil and gas production installation can never be completely “inherently safe”. Nevertheless, the degree of inherent safety can be maximized at the concept and detailed engineering selection stages. Maximising inherent safety and add-on loss prevention package of a design requires identification and assessment of the major risk contributors early in the design phase of the project life thereby allowing their control in a cost beneficial manner.
This requires a structured hazard identification study followed ideally by some form of Quantified Risk Assessment (QRA) which is both accurate and rapid. In the absence of some form of QRA early in the life of the project.
Following the above it has become necessary for all engineers involved in the design, construction, installation and maintenance of onshore and offshore production facilities to understand and apply the basic safety in design principles and requirements in their respective disciplines and roles with the sole aim to reduce risk as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP) throughout the life cycle of the asset.
In addition, best industry practice and legislation requires engineers to consider the potential risks involved during the design phase of a facility so as to ensure that it is safe to build, operate, maintain and demolish.
The course content is in line with best industry applicable Recognized and Generally Acceptable Good Engineering practice (REGAGEP).
COURSE OUTLINE AND DURATION
This is a comprehensive 5 days technical course to be taught by experienced and hands on facilitators with an average of 15-25 years in the oil and gas industry.
The course will involve technical analysis of designs and relevant calculations based on applicable Recognized And Generally Acceptable Good Engineering Practices (RAGAGEPs.
- Identify, analyze and manage process risk at early stage of facility design
- Understand and apply basic inherent safer design principles at the design and engineering stages of offshore facilities
- Understand and apply best industry safety and engineering REGAGEPs in ensuring safety in production operations
- Understand recommended best industry practice and standardized method to design, install, and test surface safety systems on production platforms.
- It will help participants to verify conformance with the recommended practice.
- Understand the methods that can be used to determine safety requirements to protect any process component.
- Apply various RAGAGEPs discussed during the training at work place and to prevent or mitigate inherent process risks.
Operators of offshore and onshore oil and gas facilities
- Process engineers
- Production engineers
- Loss Prevention Engineers
- Process safety engineers
- Occupational health and safety professionals
- Facility engineers
- Project engineers & managers
- Offshore Superintendents & OIMs
- Professionals involved in the design phase of facility design
- Maintenance and operators of production facilities etc
Option-1 (Complete Course package)
Candidate may wish to register for the full package or complete course. This is made up of 3 modules and will run for 5days.Candidate must take the full course (5days) before he or she will be issued a certificate of training for the full package.
Module-1: DESIGN OF BASIC SURFACE SAFETY SYSTEMS FOR PRODUCTION PLATFORMS
Module-2: SAFETY IN DESIGN FOR LIVING QUARTER AND PROCESS AREA OF PRODUCTION
Module-3: FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM DESIGN CONSIDERATION
Alternatively, candidates could also register for any of the 3 modules separately and completion certificate of training will be issued for each or separate module completed.
Module1-3 (5days): Course fee for the complete course package is N200, 000 per participant
Fee for Separate Course Modules
Module -1 (2days): N80, 000 per participant
Module -2 (2days): N80, 000 per participant
Module-3 (1day): N40, 000 per participant
A comprehensive and quality handout and a certificate of completion will be given to participants at the end of the training.
Payment shall be made into’
DM SHEFFIELD LIMITED