Managing the Hazards of Flare Systems
This online course examines the causes and prevention of flare system incidents. It comprehensively reviews the operations and equipment used on all types of offshore and onshore flare systems. It categorises the key hazards which must be controlled and reviews in detail the five most common hazards associated with flare system incidents.
The course draws upon past industry accidents and incidents, as well as errors in design, only revealed in operation. You will gain an understanding of the key design, operation, maintenance and plant modification aspects which must be controlled to ensure safe flare system operation.
The modules can be undertaken as stand-alone training sessions but are most effective as part of a modular programme.
By the end of this course, you will understand:
- an overview of aspects of the design of flare systems and their major components
- a range of safety and environmental hazards associated with flare systems
- the incidents related with the flare systems
- how you can avoid blocking the flare path
- the hazards of flare outs
- how to work safely on flare systems
Who is it for?
Those who have responsibility for designing, operating, maintaining and/or modifying flare systems or personnel from operating companies, consultancies, EPCM companies and regulatory bodies who may be responsible for regulating assets which contain flare systems.
What do you get?
- downloads of all modules (usually an hour each)
- most modules have a FAQ section at the end
- digital copies of slides and supporting materials (PDF)
- e-certificate of attendance, including hours allocation for CPD purposes (on request)
- the importance of flare systems and flare system safety
- the top five hazards associated with flare system incidents
- review of flare system types, components and incidents
- use of bow-tie diagrams as a frame work for understanding and analysing the top five flare hazards on your flare system(s)
- initiating causes of liquid over fill in flare systems and associated preventative and mitigating layers of protection
- eight ways to block the flare path and the means to avoid doing so
- review of the final three of the five most common flare hazards
- review of relevant incidents associated with these three hazards
- final thoughts and advice on flare system safety
If you have several people you want to train, take a look at our multiple user option – allowing you to purchase the course for up to 10 individual users at a significantly reduced price of £995 + VAT.