Melios Training Services
Training with Melios goes beyond lectures and course material handouts, it is acquisition of hands-on, readily deployable skills allowing delegates to hit the ground running and add tangible value to their organization.
We provide internationally qualified and experienced trainers across all our course packages and our training content are accredited by some of the most recognized and reputable professional bodies in the world. We are proud to be the pioneer indigenous company to successfully organise the TUV Rheinland FS Training, BowTie Risk Management and Fundamentals of Technical Safety in West Africa.
The 5 day ‘Process Safety Engineering’ course covers all the main elements of IChemE’s Process Safety Competency framework – culture, knowledge and competence, engineering and design, human factors, systems and procedures, and assurance. Delegates will achieve at least the second level of competence ‘Basic Application’, which is defined as ‘Performs fundamental and routine tasks. Requires occasional supervision. Increased functional expertise and ability. Works with others.’
Functional safety is the part of the overall safety that depends on a system or equipment operating correctly in response to its inputs. It is the detection of a potentially dangerous condition, resulting in the activation of a protective or corrective device or mechanism to prevent hazardous events that will arise or provide mitigation of the consequences of the hazardous event.
The Melios HAZOP training program comprises a discrete set of integrated modules that have been specifically tailored to provide effective training, understanding and application of a HAZOP study within the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry.
The training covers all the essential aspects of a HAZOP study and uses a series of practical workshops and role-play scenarios to develop delegates either as team leaders or members.
The Bowtie method is a risk assessment technique that can be used to analyse and communicate how major accident scenarios develop. The method takes its name from the shape of the diagram that is created, which looks like a man’s bowtie.
The Bowtie method has several goals:
- Provide a structure to systematically analyse a hazard.
- Help make a decision whether the current level of control is sufficient (or, for those who are familiar with the concept, are we ALARP?).
- Help identify where and how investing resources would have the greatest impact.
- Making risk communication as effective as possible.
Technical Safety comprises a set of discrete elements that are applied in the field of risk analysis and management to help identify, understand and evaluate risks, and to specify solutions necessary to manage such risks. These elements can be applied as standalone or collective tools or technique to achieve assurance across all project phases (feasibility/ concept, front end and detailed design, construction/ commissioning) and or operational lifecycle of assets.
In the oil and gas industry, QRA is used extensively to evaluate overall risk associated with major hazards such as fires and explosions. It is also used to evaluate the benefits of engineering upgrades to safety systems. Traditionally, it has been the domain of specialist consultants, however, increased familiarisation with the techniques involved has resulted in engineering companies becoming more confident in using QRA to support their engineering activities and design decisions. The hazards that are analysed in a QRA are generally Major Accident Hazards.
MELIOS TRAINING COURSES (2021)
Our services and solutions are streamlined into six vital offerings that deliver value across all aspect of Technical and Enterprise Risk Management, at all project phases and operational lifecycle of assets.
Technical & Process Risk Management
Risk Communication & Operationalization
Enterprise Risk Management
Asset Integrity Management and Assurance
Software Products & Solutions
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