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TRAINING : PROJECT SURVEY, INSPECTION, AND RISK MANAGEMENT (HAZID/HAZOP/SIL) MECHANICAL, PIPING, AND TANKAGE ON INDUSTRIES, TANKER (SHIP), AND OFFSHORE PLATFORM (ISO 17776, ISO 31000, IMO)


Instructors
Muhammad Zahirsyah, MT.
Achmad Zakky Ridwan, MBA.

what is this ?
In HAZOP analysis, an interdisciplinary team uses a systematic approach to identify hazards and operability problems occurring as a result of deviations from the intended range of process conditions, using a fixed set of guide words which are applied to process parameters at discrete locations, or study nodes, in the system.
Hazard Identification (HAZID) is a technique for identifying, at a high level, all significant hazards associated with the particular facility, unit or operation under consideration. It is a systematic review of the causes and consequences of hazardous events. HAZID can be applied to a wide range of different facilities and is not limited to oil & gas facilities.
Safety integrity and safety integrity level (SIL) are concepts defined in the Safety Instrumented System (SIS) safety lifecycle. SIL is a property of a safety function rather than of a system or any part of a system, and includes both hardware safety integrity and systematic safety integrity.
An inspection is a surface-by-surface investigation to determine whether there is lead-based risk in a mechanical equipment, piping, and pipeline facility, and where it is located. Inspections can be legally performed only by certified inspectors or risk assessors. Lead-based risk inspections determine the presence of lead-based risk. It is particularly helpful in determining whether lead-based risk is present prior to engineering, procuring, or construction, and identifying potential sources of lead risk exposure at any time.
A risk assessment is an on-site investigation to determine the presence, type, severity, and location of lead-based risk hazards (including lead hazards in mechanical equipment and piping on tanker (ship), offshore platform, and industries) and provides suggested ways to control them. Risk assessments can be legally performed only by certified risk assessors. Lead-based risk assessments are particularly helpful in determining sources of current exposure and in designing possible solutions. We can also have a combined inspection and risk assessment on equipment (mechanical and piping) on different location (industries, tanker ship, or offshore platform).


what you get it ?
    * To IDENTIFY AND ESTIMATION the risk, cause, and consequences of perceived mal-operations and equipment and associated personal interfaces in the context of the complete system
    * To PROVIDE a framework for HAZOP/HAZID/SIL AND ESTIMATION within survey, inspection, risk assessment and HSE Management System
   * To INCREASE familiarity with HAZOP/HAZID/SIL AND ESTIMATION protocol, logic, structure, survey, inspection and methodology
     * To DESCRIBE the role and structure of the HAZOP/HAZID/SIL AND SURVEY INSPECTION Team and procedures
     * To RECOGNISE the management functions core competences of supervision and role of the supervisor and manager with respect to risk assessment
  * To APPRECIATE the application of HAZOP/HAZID/SIL AND SURVEY INSPECTION methodology in other areas of interest

who ARE the instructors ?
Muhammad Zahirsyah, MT.
He has 20 years’ experience in offshore/ onshore oil and gas, geothermal and petrochemical projects, commissioning, and plant operations. He has a Master’s Degree from the Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) and is a candidate doctoral at Universitas Indonesia (UI), majoring in Chemical Engineering.
His extensive experience includes project management as Project Manager and Engineering Manager for numerous engineering design projects (conceptual design, FEED, and detailed engineering design). He is well-versed with international codes/ standards and specifications such as API, NFPA, ASME, NACE, TEMA, DNV, ANSI, etc.
His broad client experience includes work executed for: ConocoPhillips, Pertamina EP, Kangean Energy Indonesia (KEI), ENI Muara Bakau, BV., Chevron Pacific Indonesia (CPI), PGN, PLN, Exxon Mobil, PTT Thailand, Petronas, HESS, JOB Pertamina Talisman Jambi Merang, JOB Medco Tomori, Medco Energi Internasional Tbk., PetroChina International Jabung Ltd., Husky CNOOC Madura Ltd. (HCML), VICO Indonesia, Premier Oil Natuna Sea, BV., TOTAL Indonesie, Pertamina Hulu Energi ONWJ, Pertamina Hulu Energi WMO, Star Energy Ltd., British Petroleum  (BP), etc

Achmad Zakky Ridwan, MBA.
Having 20 years of experiences in the industry, mostly in the Maritime and Oil & Gas consulting, verification and inspection services, with educational background as a Bachelor Engineering degree in Naval Architecture and also holds a Magister Business of Administration. Working with International Classification Societies such as GL, BV, LR, and the latest position as Indonesia Country Manager DNVGL Oil and Gas Services. Mainly dealing with marine survey, inspection, quality management system, risk assessment, and asset integrity Management system of offshore and onshore assets, such pipelines, offshore platforms, and floating units.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND ?
The course will be of use to a wide range of disciplines whether in design, development, production, maintenance or a safety/environmental role. People in all these disciplines regularly lead, or are involved in HAZOP/HAZID/SIL and Survey Inspection. These includes: Managers, Risk Assessors, Operators / Technicians who deal with HAZOP/HAZID/SIL, Cost Estimator, Project Engineer, Lead Engineer, Senior Engineer, Project Manager AND Surveyor and Inspector.

WHAT BENEFIT FOR PARTICIPANTS ?
The objective of this course are :
1   * Participants know and having capability to identification and execute HAZID/HAZOP/SIL and Survey Inspection Management,
2  * Participants know and solving case study on HAZID/HAZOP/SIL and Survey Inspection Management,
3   * Participants have capability to describing and pointing HAZID/HAZOP/SIL and Survey Inspection Management,
4   * Participants know and understanding scope of survey and inspection of mechanical, piping, and tankage on various locations.

IMPORTANT DATE AND VENUE
Training scheduled on 17 – 19 September 2019, 08.00 – 17.00 (Jakarta Time).
Training will conduct on Hotel Alia, Cikini, Jakarta Pusat.

HOW TO REGISTERATION ?
Registeration for participants via Mr. Arfi Yesso, Badan Kejuruan Mesin – PII, email : bkmesin_pii@yahoo.co.id and arfi.yesso@gmail.com, phone : 021 21481780, 0813 1671 6412.

HOW MUCH THE INVESTMENT ?
Fee for every participant is Rp 7.000.000,- (public) or Rp 6.000.000,- (member PII or graduated FTK ITS), with facility soft-file and hard-file (training material), lunch, certificate, snacks.

AGENDA

TIME
INSTRUCTORS
DAY 01


Introduction of Risk Management
08.00 – 16.00 bbwi
Muhammad Zahirsyah,MT
HAZOP/SIL/HAZID Definition
HAZOP/SIL/HAZID Execution


DAY 02


Mechanical Equipment Risk Management
08.00 – 16.00 bbwi
Muhammad Zahirsyah, MT
Piping Risk Management
Tankage Risk Management
Case Study and Solving
DAY 03


Survey and Inspection Definition
08.00 – 16.00 bbwi
Achmad Zakky Ridwan, MBA.
Mechanical Equipment Survey and Inspection
Piping Survey and Inspection
Tankage Survey and Inspection
Case Study and Solving



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