This is a course detailing the fundamentals of process safety and safety case. The topics covered include technical safety, major hazards assessment, the Workplace Safety & Health (Major Hazard Installation) Regulations, safety case, process safety management and an industry learning journey (to the Petrochemical Corporation of Singapore).
Safety case is a newly introduced regime in Singapore. Professional Engineers (Chemical) from diverse operational backgrounds may not have the specialised knowledge on the elements and requirements of safety case, as well as important process safety aspects in chemical plant operations.
This multistakeholders’ course is designed with the intention to bridge the gaps and offer an experiential learning benefiting both new and experienced engineers with the latest practices, regulations and technologies.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Explain key concepts of process safety and safety case
- Demonstrate a clear understanding of chemical reaction hazards, process isolation, functional safety, fire and gas detection, ignition controls, risk assessment methodologies, consequence modelling and process safety management
- Understand the requirements of the Workplace Safety & Health (MHI) Regulations 2017
- Demonstrate the ability to develop a safety case
- Demonstrate the ability to conduct risk assessment
- Overview of Safety Case (6 key components)
- Technical Safety
- Industry Sharing
- Major Hazards
- Regulatory Sharing
- Systems & Culture
- Industry Learning Journey
- Possess at least a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering
- Professional Engineer (PE), Chemical
Who Should Attend
Professional Engineers (PE) or equivalent, Safety Case Practitioners
Mode of Training
A/Prof IVAN SIN
Ivan Sin is an academic staff
in the National University of Singapore, Department of Chemical &
Biomolecular Engineering. As a certified emergency responder, planner, fire and
explosion investigator, and commander, Ivan come with 25 years of experience in
the areas of safety and health, with focus in fire safety, emergency response,
incident investigation, business continuity, disaster recovery, and crisis
management with the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) and the Monetary
Authority of Singapore (MAS).
As a member of Technical
Committee for Petroleum Processes and Products, SPRING Singapore and Council
Member of the Society of Loss Prevention for Process Industries (SLP), Ivan is
experienced and well-received in project consulting and training for clienteles
in emergency incident, business continuity and crisis management; including
conducts of validation tabletop and deployment exercises at different corporate
levels, such as Pertamina PHE Head Office, Shell Jurong Island, Roche
Pharmaceuticals, Iron Mountain Information (Former Recall Corporation), and
TPSC Asia (Former Total Petrochemicals).
ADJUNCT A/PROF FOO SWEE CHENG
Foo Swee Cheng teaches occupational safety & health in the National University of Singapore, Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering. He is the immediate past programme manager of the Master of Science degree programme in Safety, Health & Environmental Technology (SHE), overseeing the teaching of Advanced SHE Management, Industrial Hygiene, Safety Engineering, Quantified Risk Analysis, Occupational Ergonomics, Human Factors in Process Safety, Chemical Hazard Evaluation and Management.
As the Chairman of Technical Committee for Personal Safety & Ergonomics SPRING Singapore and past Chairman of the Occupational Safety & Health Division, Environmental Engineering, and Safety & Health Technical Committee of Singapore Institution of Engineers, he is a frequent speaker at numerous local & international events and had published more than 100 papers in international scientific journals.
Mr. MIKE BATES
Mike Bates is the Asia Regional Manager for TÜV Risktec’s Risk and Safety business, and has been based in the TÜV Risktec offices in Kuala Lumpur since November 2018.
Mike has over 19 years of experience in a wide range of Risk Management projects in the oil & gas, petrochemical and process industries, both in the Health & Safety and Environmental sectors.
Mike’s experience covers formal onshore and offshore risk management strategies such as QRA, HSE Case development, Compliance auditing for Safety Management systems, BowTie Analysis, ALARP demonstrations and Cost Benefit Analysis.
Mike is also an experienced workshop facilitator leading HAZIDs, PHAs, BowTie workshops and SIMOPs workshops.
Mike has developed and delivered a number of training courses from half day awareness sessions to very detailed five day courses. Mike is also an approved teacher on the MSc course taught by Risktec and certified by Liverpool John Moores University.
ER LIM LIANG HONG
Lim Liang Hong is Senior Specialist with the Major Hazards Department, Ministry of Manpower, which oversees the Safety Case regime for Major Hazard Installations in Singapore.
Liang Hong is a registered Professional Engineer (Chemical) with the Professional Engineers Board Singapore and a TUV Rheinland certified Functional Safety Engineer. He is also a lecturer with the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering of the National University of Singapore.
Liang Hong has 9 years of experience in the oil & gas and chemical process industry, specialising in Process Safety Management, Risk Assessments and Safety Case development. In his current role as an inspector, he supports the implementation of the Safety Case regime in Singapore, and is actively involved in various committees with the industry.
ER BERNARD LEONG LIAN
Bernard Leong Lian Wah is the Health, Safety and Environment Manager of a leading petrochemical company on Jurong Island. He has more than 30 years’ experience in the process industry, in the areas of process technology, operations and process safety, as well as occupational safety. He spent the last eleven years overseeing health and safety programme development and implementation, including driving the Process Safety Management programme. He also facilitated the development of the company’s Safety Case.
He is involved in various committees within the Singapore Chemical Industry Council (SCIC). Among them, he currently chairs the Process & Engineering Committee. On the global platform, he is a Technical Steering Committee member of the Center for Chemical Process Safety. Bernard is a chemical engineering graduate of the National University of Singapore. He is a registered Professional Engineer (Chemical) with the Professional Engineers Board of Singapore (P.Eng.), and a registered Workplace Safety & Health Officer (WSHO). He is also a CCPS Certified Process Safety Professional (CCPSC).