When things go wrong in the process industry the results can be catastrophic. This has been evidenced by incidents in the past which have led to loss of life and many billions of US dollars’ worth of damages. The Deep water Horizon incident which tragically led to 11 people losing their lives and the total cost to BP was in the region of $62 billion. The process safety industry is high hazard so having qualified people to manage activities within the industry will lead to safer workplaces. This will help to prevent loss of life but will also help to protect valuable assets and help organisations avoid prosecution and ultimately loss of reputation. This qualification aims to provide holders with the knowledge and understanding of process safety management to ensure that they can contribute to the effective management of process safety risks.
This course is aimed at providing a flexible and practical approach for candidates preparing for the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) certificate in Process Safety Management (PSM1). It is classroom based using PowerPoint, exercises and group discussion.
Duration: 5 days: Consisting of 5 days of tuition including ½ day for examination.
Once a candidate has achieved a Pass they are normally considered to have completed the qualification and a qualification parchment will be issued by NEBOSH , usually within 20-30 working days of the confirmed date of the passed unit.
If you have a group of six or more, then we can design a bespoke programme to meet your business needs, including a session’s pack with examples, models, user-driven content and custom case studies to suit your business objectives.
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