|جميع المناطق||2017-07-12||Two days (12 hours)||- ريال||انجليزي|
The ability to efficiently handle accidents on process plants and prevent both injuries and losses on and off site has become increasingly important since the accidents of Flixborough, Bhopal, and Basle. The public now demands that companies have comprehensive emergency plans and to this end many governments have brought in strict regulations (e.g. Control of IndustrialMajor Accident Hazards (CIMAH) regulations, UK). The companies covered under such regulations are required to demonstrate the existence of prepared plans to deal with all possible accidents.
The course has been designed to train participants to handle emergency situations efficiently, and to follow emergency plans correctly. It will provide a logical framework to assist in setting up a new emergency plan.
On completion of the course, participants will be able to do the following:
• List the objectives behind setting up an emergency plan
• Implement an emergency plan
• Identify relevant and important criteria for decision making under stress from a mass of data
• Respond flexibly to feedback from the incident
• Organise and manage liaison between different emergency resources both internal and external
• Handle incidents, which are a threat to life or property
Engineers involved in devising their site's emergency plans and personnel involved in pre-planning