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AIE’s talented and experienced trainers deliver comprehensive training to operations integritymaintenance, corrosion, engineering and HSE teams servicing all sectors of various industries such as Oil and Gas, Power and Utilities, Renewables, Metals and Mining.

Our training courses are delivered via an online platform, in a classroom setting, or via our AIE Academy through a hybrid training pathway that is geared towards the personnel level and area of expertise. Our courses are offered both publicly and, on a client specific basis. Our client specific courses are tailored to the current operating environment and requirements of the client and can be delivered on site to our client’s premises to ensure the best results. Our public courses promote interaction and networking with delegates coming from a range of different industries.

Our literature and course content is code compliant and follows the latest industry-wide best engineering practices. We provide our asset integrity literature to the delegates as a means of reinforcing the information that will be covered, and all delegates are issued a certification of achievement on successful completion of the course.

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Oil and Gas Integrity Training

AIE's established asset integrity training courses include:

Our Asset Integrity Management Training Course At A Glance

This established course covers both theoretical and practical exposure to the foundations of asset integrity management and aims to deliver a thorough understanding for our delegates. It focuses on modern risk based methodologies to manage asset integrity in both newly constructed and ageing assets facilities. It explains and addresses key threats facing the Oil and Gas industry and provides both established and innovative practices to safely mitigate them.

The asset integrity training course is delivered in 10 intensive modules which are interrelated and written to create a structured and comprehensive learning environment. Each module is followed by a practical case study where delegates are given the chance to implement aspects of the training with guidance from our expert trainers.

  • Major incident review and root cause analysis (RCA)
  • Asset integrity elements & structure
  • Equipment integrity life cycle
  • Process safety and integrity barriers
  • Safety critical elements & equipment
  • Risk based inspection
  • Pipeline integrity assessment and management
  • Integrity mitigation techniques
  • Degradation mechanisms, damage and corrosion management
  • Asset Integrity review team
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Measurement of integrity performance and KPIs

If you would like a customized course at a location convenient to your operations, please contact us with your enquiry at training@aiegroup.org and we will provide a quotation. Alternatively, please follow the links below to make a booking at one of our popular public events.

Our Operational Risk Management Training Course At A Glance

Our 1-day Operational Risk Management (ORM) training course is designed for organizations looking for optimizing their risk management approach and developing an organization-wide safety culture to drive operational discipline. It is aimed to illustrate the function of a mature ORM system and its role in safeguarding assets, people and the environment. The course highlights the elements, steps and human factors involved in an ORM system while explaining the tools that can be utilized for its implementation.

The course consists of four modules that lay out the requirements and tools involved in an effective and comprehensive Operational Risk Management system.

  • Operational Risk Management Process
    • ORM process definition and steps
    • ORM elements and their roles and implementation
  • Operational Risk Management Tools
    • Risk assessment tools (PHA, HAZOP, ORA, etc.) and their function and implementation within an ORM system
    • Risk registers
  • Human Factors
    • Principles of a safety culture
    • Human error and human factors engineering
    • Competence assurance management systems
  • Major Failures in Hazardous Industries
    • A case study summarizing major failures in hazardous industries and their relation to an ORM system

If you would like a customized course at a location convenient to your operations, please contact us with your enquiry at training@aiegroup.org and we will provide a quotation. Alternatively, please follow the links below to make a booking at one of our popular public events.

Our Corrosion Management Training Course At A Glance

Corrosion, being a natural, electrochemical process, is inevitable and asset operators along with managers must have the appropriate knowledge and training to be able to deal with it. Our corrosion course ensures that the delegates receive the required learning opportunities and practical knowledge to effectively manage corrosion. It covers the various types of corrosion and cracking seen in hazardous industries, how to identify, control, monitor, and prevent the relevant corrosion threats and how to perform risk assessments and risk-based inspections throughout the asset life cycle.

Just like our popular asset integrity management training course, the corrosion management training course follows a problem-based learning approach by delivering an interactive, real-life case study at the end of each module. The training course consists of 11 modules that are delivered by the most experienced experts in the region. The modules cover a variety of topics, those include:

  • Corrosion Threats (CO2, O2 & H2S Corrosion, Preferential Weld Corrosion, Under Deposit Corrosion, etc.)
  • Environmentally Assisted Cracking & Erosion (Sour Service Cracking, Hydrogen Induced Stress Cracking, etc.)
  • Material Selection
  • Corrosion Monitoring and Corrossion Control
  • Cathodic Protection (Impressed Current Systems vs. Galvanic/Sacrificial Anode Systems)
  • Corrosion Management System Elements
  • Corrosion Risk Assessment & RBI
  • Operational Corrosion Management Implementation

If you would like a customized course at a location convenient to your operations, please contact us with your enquiry at training@aiegroup.org and we will provide a quotation. Alternatively, please follow the links below to make a booking at one of our popular public events.

Our Well Integrity Management Training Course At A Glance

NORSOK D-010, one of many industry standards, defines well integrity as the "application of technical, operational and organizational solutions to reduce risk of uncontrolled release of formation fluids throughout the life cycle of a well." In this training course, the fundamentals and latest risk based methodologies required for sound and effective application of a well integrity management system are explained and illustrated at each stage of a well's life cycle.

The course is delivered in 9 intensive modules which are interrelated and written to create astructured and comprehensive learning environment. It uses a holistic, multi-disciplinary andintegrated management approach ensuring that the technical, operational and organizational aspects of a well integrity management system are explained. The topics covered include:

  • Well Integrity Management Elements
  • Well Integrity Barriers
  • Well Integrity Threats
  • Life cycle Well Integrity
  • Well Integrity Monitoring, Inspection & Testing
  • Well Integrity Risk Assessments
  • Well Anomaly Management and Maintenance
  • Sustained Casing Pressure Management

If you would like a customized course at a location convenient to your operations, please contact us with your enquiry at training@aiegroup.org and we will provide a quotation. Alternatively, please follow the links below to make a booking at one of our popular public events.

Our Pipeline Integrity Management Training Course At A Glance

Our 3-day Pipeline Integrity Management Training Course offers a comprehensive and structured approach to understanding and implementing a robust pipeline integrity management system. Participants will gain in-depth knowledge of the 10 essential elements crucial to a functioning asset-wide IM system. From the lifecycle considerations to threat assessments, defect evaluations, and corrosion control strategies, this course equips professionals with the practical skills and theoretical background needed to ensure pipeline safety and longevity.

The course is delivered in 11 intensive modules which are interrelated and written to create a structured and comprehensive learning environment. The modules are delivered over a 3-day period and cover:

  • Asset Integrity Management Elements
    • Integrity elements and their dependency on each other
    • History and importance of integrity elements and their role
    • Integrity element definition and implementation
  • Introduction to Pipelines
    • Overview, types and components of pipelines
    • Material properties and selection criteria
    • Regulatory and environmental compliance
  • Pipeline Integrity Lifecycle
    • The pipeline integrity lifecycle
    • Concept selection and definition
    • Engineering, design, and construction
    • Operations, modification, maintenance, acquisition, decommissioning, and mothballing
  • Pipeline Integrity Management
    • Pipeline integrity process and elements
    • Pipeline threats and anomalies
    • Pipeline mitigation techniques and overview
  • Pipeline Defect Assessment
    • Corrosion assessment
    • Assessment of mechanical damages
    • Assessment of cracks, weld defects and laminations
    • FFS assessment using API 579
  • Internal Corrosion and Degradation Threats
    • Detailed analysis of different internal corrosion and degradation threats
    • Internal corrosion introduction and mechanisms
    • Internal corrosion monitoring and control
    • Material selection and protection
    • Life cycle cost analysis
  • External Corrosion, Degradation Threats and Pipeline Coatings
    • Detailed analysis of different external corrosion and degradation threats and their respective susceptible systems
    • Introduction to external corrosion and types
    • Soil corrosion
    • External corrosion monitoring and protection methods
    • Pipeline coating techniques
  • Inspection of Pipelines
    • Overview of various techniques and tools used in the assessment of pipeline integrity
    • Pipeline inspection using smart pigs
    • Selection of pigs
    • Practices and standards
  • Cathodic Protection
    • Provision of the theoretical background and the practical knowledge that is necessary to operate, maintain and test of CP systems
    • Cathodic protection fundamentals
    • System components and standards
    • Galvanic/sacrificial vs. Impressed current systems
    • CP design, maintenance, and testing
  • Pipeline Risk Assessment
    • In-depth examination of critical aspects involved in evaluating associated risks
    • Pipeline risk assessment and management
    • Pipeline hazards
    • Qualitative and quantitative risk assessment
    • Risk assessment methodology
  • Pipeline Repairs
    • A comprehensive review of emergency repair options and techniques
    • Emergency repair and loss of containment
    • Fitness for service and defect assessment
    • Sleeves, clamps, and connectors and composites
    • Line stopping and hot tapping

If you would like a customized course at a location convenient to your operations, please contact us with your enquiry at training@aiegroup.org and we will provide a quotation. Alternatively, please follow the links below to make a booking at one of our popular public events.

Our Maintenance and Reliability Training Course At A Glance

Our 1-day Maintenance and Reliability training course provides a comprehensive understanding on reducing maintenance and repair costs, increasing equipment reliability and conformation with international and company standards. It provides a combination of actions carried out in order to replace, repair, service or modify a physical asset or its components. The course highlights the failure probability of equipment, active repair time and assessment of unavailability. It also touches on the calculation of the MTTF and MTTR of equipment.

The course is delivered in 4 intensive modules which are interrelated and written to create a structured and comprehensive learning environment.

  • Reliability, Availability, Maintainability
    • Basic definitions
    • Failure modes, MTTF and MTTR calculations
    • Maintainability and cost assessments
  • Reliability and Statistical Definitions
    • Failure data and its parameters
    • Failure patterns / time, life-cycle costs
  • Assessing the Reliability of Systems
    • Reliability block diagrams
    • Series and parallel dependency
  • Technology Enabled Maintenance
    • Maintenance Watchkeeping & Condition Monitoring
    • CMMS setup and approach

If you would like a customized course at a location convenient to your operations, please contact us with your enquiry at training@aiegroup.org and we will provide a quotation. Alternatively, please follow the links below to make a booking at one of our popular public events.

Our Sustainability In Industry Training Course At A Glance

Targeting more sustainable operations is no longer an option for most organizations, it is an essential part of doing business. The challenge is often identifying what actions to take and taking the steps to implement changes in order to operationalize sustainability goals. This training course explores the meaning of the term sustainability in today's world and the means by which businesses, with a focus on the energy industry, turn their sustainability goals into practical and meaningful actions.

The course consists of eight modules that cover both theoretical and practical aspects of sustainability. Each moduleis followed by a case study for which delegates are required to collaborate and propose solutions. The modules are delivered over a 2-day period and cover:

Our Industrial Data Science Training Course At A Glance

Our 2-day Industrial Data Science (IDS) training course program is developed for practicing engineers, operators, and managers in various industries such as Energy, Utilities, Mining, Aviation and Renewables. It is designed to benefit personnel at all levels whose jobs require them to conduct data management and analysis tasks, regardless of whether they work in the field of integrity, maintenance, operations, or HSE. By completing the course, participants will enhance their skill sets and gain a better understanding of the transformative potential of Data Science and its applications in modern-day industry. The course offers an introductory overview that covers the fundamentals of data analysis and provides practical insights into how to apply these principles in real-world scenarios.

The course consists of an organized set of 8 modules that address the important skill sets and understanding needed to explore the main tools used for data science and how these can be implemented to optimize asset management in heavy industry:

  • Introduction to Industrial Data Science and Data Sources
  • Cross-Industry Standard Process for Data Mining
  • Fundamentals of ML & AI
  • Data Preparation, Feature Engineering, and Data Labelling
  • Data Visualization
  • AI & ML Frameworks in Python
  • Cloud-Based AI Services
  • Reference architectures and best practices for data science

Our Cessation of Production & Decommissioning Course At A Glance

Our Cessation of Production (CoP) and Decommissioning training course offers comprehensive insights into the complex process of winding down operations and safely decommissioning facilities, both offshore and onshore, while minimizing environmental impact, ensuring regulatory compliance, and maximizing resource recovery.

Designed to accommodate professionals from diverse industries, the course covers key aspects such as regulatory compliance, stakeholder engagement, environmental considerations, and future trends. Participants will engage in interactive case studies and discussions to apply the principles learned to real-world scenarios. Experienced instructors will guide participants through the complexities of decommissioning while providing them with guidelines for effective project planning and execution.

  • Late Life Issues/Considerations
    • What are the issues that late life brings?
    • Asset planning process & late life impacts
    • Cessation of production decision making
    • Partner considerations/constraints
    • Regulator considerations/discussions
    • Managing expectations of stakeholders
    • Current decommissioning considerations
  • Cessation of Production (CoP) Planning
    • Rules, regulations & economic assessments
    • CoP decision robustness & preparation
    • Legal/commercial considerations
    • Common mistakes made
    • Decommissioning funding release
    • Production to decommissioning transition
  • Decommissioning – the Scale of the Industry Problem
    • Scope of decommissioning
    • Statistics (types of installations)/locations
    • Projected decommissioning cost trends
    • Business issues to be managed
    • Stakeholders
    • Perception and reputation
  • Decommissioning Environment
    • International, national & local regulations
    • Stakeholder engagement strategies
    • Stakeholder perception issues
    • Flash points in stakeholder engagement
    • Key project drivers/success factors
    • Long-term liability issues
  • Setting up Decommissioning Projects
    • Governance processes
    • Identifying decommissioning scope/costs
    • Decommissioning - unresolved issues
    • Execution scenario planning
    • Contracting strategies
    • Organizational issues/project resourcing
    • Drivers, challenges and risks
    • Supply chain issues
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Comparative Assessment
    • Corporate values
    • Storyboard & external affairs
    • Comparative assessment process
    • Comparative assessment issues
  • Preparatory Work (Engineering and Project Management)
    • Scope of preparatory activities
    • Sequencing of works
    • Data gathering, surveys & access
    • Engineering down of services
    • Temporary utilities & life support options
    • Interfaces & management
    • Inventory removal/cleaning
    • Control of works/HSE issues
    • Cutting, dredging & temporary lifting
  • Well Plugging & Abandonment
    • Well abandonment
    • Well plugging technology
      • Platform wells
      • Subsea sells
  • Platform Removal and Transportation
    • Overview of heavy lift equipment
    • Review of removal options
    • Platform topsides
      • Piece-small
      • Single lift
      • Reverse installation
    • Jacket substructures
      • Piece-small
      • Single lift
      • Buoyancy tanks
      • Footings
    • Gravity base substructures
      • Refloat
      • In situ demolition
      • Leg cutting
      • Risers, steelwork/guide frames etc.
      • Leave in situ
    • Sea fastening issues
    • Transportation and offloading
    • Floating facilities (FPSO, FSU, Spars etc.)
  • Decommissioning Subsea Infrastructure
    • Pipeline bundles
    • Subsea infrastructure (templates, manifolds, wellhead structures)
    • Decommissioning pipelines in situ
    • Removal of pipelines and umbilicals
    • Removal of sub-sea components
  • Wastestream Management
    • Onshore facilities requirements
    • Waste hierarchy principles
    • Waste management obligations
    • Inventory identification
    • Waste sorting/waste routes
    • Asset value recovery process
    • Onshore demolition and disposal records
    • Closeout activities
    • Ongoing liability
  • Project Close Out Issues
    • Close out report requirements
    • Documentation requirements
    • Management of ongoing liabilities

Our Wax Management Training Course At A Glance

Our 2-day Wax Management Training Course provides a comprehensive and practical program designed to equip professionals in the oil and gas industry with the essential knowledge to effectively manage wax-related challenges. Topics include wax deposition modelling, prevention and inhibition methods, wax remediation techniques, and the significance of wax surveillance.

The course is delivered in 6 intensive modules which are interrelated and written to create a structured and comprehensive learning environment. The modules are delivered over a 2-day period and cover:

  • Introduction to Wax Management
    • Definition of Paraffin Wax
    • Reasons for Wax Precipitation
    • Temperature Definitions (Wax Appearance Temperature - WAT and Cloud Point Wax Deposition Temperature - CWDT)
    • Ways of WAT Measurements
    • WAT Pressure Dependence
    • Issues Associated with Wax
  • Wax Deposition Modelling
    • Precipitation Modelling
    • Deposition Modelling
    • Effect of Water Cut on Wax Deposition
    • Hydrodynamics Effects on Wax Deposition
    • Multiphase Flow Effects on Wax Deposition
    • Surface Properties' Impact on Wax Deposition
  • Wax Management System Elements
    • Elements of a Control Strategy
    • The Bowtie Diagram and Its Application
  • Wax Prevention and Inhibition
    • Thermal Management System for Wax Prevention
    • Passive Prevention Methods
    • Active Prevention Methods
    • Chemical Inhibition for Wax Control
    • Wax-Control Chemicals and Wax Inhibitors
    • Economics of Wax-Deposition Inhibitors
  • Wax Remediation
    • Wax Removal Methods
    • Physical Removal Methods and Pigging
    • Thermal Removal Methods
    • Chemical Removal Methods
    • Thermochemical Removal Methods
  • Wax Surveillance
    • Role of Surveillance in Wax Management
    • Analysing Production Trends
    • Production Fluid Analysis
    • Deposit Analysis & Profiling
    • Analysis from Pigging Operations
    • Other Wax Control Methods
    • Three Golden Rules of Production Chemistry

If you would like a customized course at a location convenient to your operations, please contact us with your enquiry at training@aiegroup.org and we will provide a quotation. Alternatively, please follow the links below to make a booking at one of our popular public events.

The table below contains a comprehensive list of our training courses. Please contact us at training@aiegroup.org for any inquiries.


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Description
Duration
Delivery
Asset Integrity Management (AIM)Provides both theoretical and practical exposure to the foundations of asset integrity management and explains how it should be implemented to safeguard assets, people and the environment.3 days (can be extended to 5 days)Classroom, Private, Online
Operational Risk ManagementDesigned for organizations looking for optimizing their risk management approach and developing an organization-wide safety culture to drive operational discipline. It is aimed to illustrate the function of a mature ORM system and its role in safeguarding assets, people and the environment. The course highlights the elements, steps and human factors involved in an ORM system while explaining the tools that can be utilized for its implementation.1 dayPrivate, Online
Corrosion ManagementLearn how to structure and implement a robust Corrosion Management System through establishing knowledge of the different corrosion threats and the modern, cost effective techniques required to monitor and control as well as prevent corrosion failures.3 days (can be extended to 5 days)Classroom, Private, Online
Well Integrity Management (WIM)This course contains the basic material needed to manage wells throughout their life cycle and manage integrity risk. It gives an overview of the basic principles of well design, construction, surveillance, operation and assessment as well as well barrier construction, monitoring and integrity management.3 days (can be extended to 5 days)Classroom, Private, Online
Pipeline Integrity Management (PIM)Provides and offers a comprehensive and structured approach to understanding and implementing a robust pipeline integrity management system. Participants will gain in-depth knowledge of the 10 essential elements crucial to a functioning asset-wide IM system. From the lifecycle considerations to threat assessments, defect evaluations, and corrosion control strategies, this course equips professionals with the practical skills and theoretical background needed to ensure pipeline safety and longevity. Throughout the training, participants will engage in practical exercises, case studies, and real-world examples, enabling them to apply their knowledge effectively.3 daysClassroom, Private, Online
Wax ManagementProvides a comprehensive and practical program designed to equip professionals in the oil and gas industry with the essential knowledge to effectively manage wax-related challenges. Topics covered include wax deposition modelling, prevention and inhibition methods, wax remediation techniques, and the significance of wax surveillance. Throughout the training, participants will engage in practical exercises, case studies, and real-world examples, enabling them to apply their knowledge effectively.2 daysPrivate, Online
Cessation of Production (CoP) & DecommissioningOffers comprehensive insights into the complex process of winding down operations and safely decommissioning facilities, both offshore and onshore, while minimizing environmental impact, ensuring regulatory compliance, and maximizing resource recovery.Designed to accommodate professionals from diverse industries, the course covers key aspects such as regulatory compliance, stakeholder engagement, environmental considerations, and future trends. Participants will engage in interactive case studies and discussions to apply the principles learned to real-world scenarios. Experienced instructors will guide participants through the complexities of decommissioning while providing them with guidelines for effective project planning and execution.4 days & 2 daysPrivate, Online
Maintenance and ReliabilityProvides a comprehensive understanding on reducing maintenance and repair costs, increasing equipment reliability and conformation with international and company standards. It provides a combination of actions carried out in order to replace, repair, service or modify a physical asset or its components. The course highlights the failure probability of equipment, active repair time and assessment of unavailability. It also touches on the calculation of the MTTF and MTTR of equipment.1 dayPrivate, Online
Sustainability in IndustryTargeting more sustainable operations is no longer an option for most organizations, it is an essential part of doing business. The challenge is often identifying what actions to take and taking the steps to implement changes in order to operationalize sustainability goals. This training course explores the meaning of the term sustainability in today's world and the means by which businesses, with a focus on the energy industry, turn their sustainability goals into practical and meaningful actions.2 daysClassroom, Private, Online
Industrial Data ScienceDeveloped for practicing engineers, operators, and managers in various industries such as Energy, Utilities, Mining, Aviation and Renewables, it is designed to benefit personnel at all levels whose jobs require them to conduct data management and analysis tasks, regardless of whether they work in the field of integrity, maintenance, operations, or HSE. By completing the course, participants will enhance their skill sets and gain a better understanding of the transformative potential of Data Science and its applications in modern-day industry. The course offers an introductory overview that covers the fundamentals of data analysis and provides practical insights into how to apply these principles in real-world scenarios.2 daysPrivate, Online
Spares OptimizationThe course provides organizations with the knowledge required to capture opportunities which enables them to optimize and reinvent spares inventory and management systems resulting in significant short and long-term savings for clients. Organisations should aim to stock the optimum quantity of spares parts to allow uninterrupted production activity whilst avoiding unnecessary or excessive stocks of spare parts. The cost of failing to do so can be high. The topics in this course are illustrated via practical case studies for the delegates which are analysed and solved in a discussion-based environment.1 dayPrivate, Online
Anomaly ManagementThe Anomaly Management course is aimed at providing the basic knowledge needed for assessing and managing an asset’s anomalies. It gives an overview of the tasks involved in anomaly management while demonstrating the relationship between anomaly management and the maintenance and repair cycle of an asset.1 dayPrivate, Online
Risk Based Inspection (RBI)Our RBI course delivers a qualified description of the different disciplines involved in RBI, ranging from material selection and operating conditions to understanding the current and future degradation mechanisms of an asset. It includes integrated worked examples of actual RBI assessments.1 dayPrivate, Online
Flow AssuranceThis course covers the theory behind production processing (oil and gas), production fluids, production chemistry and solids deposition. It introduces various flow issues like separation, foaming and liquid build-up in gas wells. The course also provides control and mitigation methods for asphaltene flocculation, wax deposition and hydrate formation along with other solid deposits to decrease high maintenance and failure costs related to transport systems.3 days (can be extended to 4 days)Private, Online
Pre-Startup Safety Reviews (PSSR)This course covers all aspects of preparing and conducting a pre-startup safety review. It explains the importance, purpose, requirements and scope of a PSSR while going through PSSR deficient case histories. The course provides group exercises where participants can analyze a scenario and complete a PSSR Checklist based on it.1 dayPrivate, Online
Safe System of WorkOur Safe System of Work course provides the framework for the fundamentals and procedure of an effective safe system of work while demonstrating the methods and importance of its implementation. The course fulfills its objectives by providing interactive examples that relate to Hot Work, Mechanical Lifting, Permit to Work and other systems of work.1 dayPrivate, Online
Management of Change (MOC)This course follows a problem-based learning approach where the principles, requirements and process of Management of Change are simplified in a walkthrough of change-related incidents that shaped the Management of Change process.1 dayPrivate, Online
Risk ManagementThe Risk Management training course identifies the key aspects of the risk based approach of identifying a hazard, assessing its risk and documenting and communicating it to the relevant staff. The course focuses on risk assessment and control while integrating the process of tracking and revalidating risks. Amongst the course’s objectives is to illustrate the consequences of poor risk management on the people, environment, asset life and reputation.1 dayPrivate, Online
Hazard Identification & AnalysisThis course explains the basis of hazards identification and evaluation and gives an overview of the different methodologies and tools used to identify, evaluate and manage Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Operating (HSSE&O) hazards. The course emphasizes the integral role of Hazard Identification and Analysis in the support of safe, reliable and available operations.1 dayPrivate, Online
Process Safety Culture & FundamentalsThis course provides a framework for the fundamentals of process safety and its management. The course outlines and provides illustrative scenarios of positive and negative process safety, highlighting the knowledge and competence, engineering and design, systems and procedures, assurance, human factors and culture aspects of process safety.1 dayPrivate, Online
Incident Investigation & LearningOur Incident Investigation and Learning course is aimed at providing the general knowledge required to properly implement an investigation process by understanding the theory behind Incident Investigation, defining the correct approach and identifying the key personnel involved. The course highlights the importance of reporting incidents in learning and development of process safety.1 dayPrivate, Online
Emergency Response Planning (ERP)This course sheds light on how integral and fundamental Emergency Response Planning is in Process Safety. It gives the perfect learning material for any employee who would like to be introduced to the principles of emergency response and how it applies to hazardous industries.1 dayPrivate, Online
Performance Management & LearningThe Performance Management and Learning course explains the process of assessing and improving the integrity management program. The course fulfills its objectives by providing methods relating to program validation and performance verification to sustain reliable integrity.1 dayPrivate, Online
Accountability & CompetenceOur Accountability and Competence course provides an overview of the integrity roles, organisational competence and responsibilities required for effective implementation of the integrity management process. The course also reviews the combination of abilities, qualifications, skills and experience involved in fulfilling those key integrity roles and how to verify and assess the competence of personnel.1 dayPrivate, Online