Consequence Modelling Techniques - Full series for multiple users
Our multiple user fee allows you to purchase this on-demand course for up to 10 individual users at a significantly reduced price of £1055 + VAT. If you are looking to purchase for a single user only click here.
This new online course will help you understand a range of consequence modelling techniques, including their advantages and limitations. You’ll learn how to define the possible outcomes of hazardous material release and the impact of hazards on people, environment and property.
This four-module course will also demonstrate how to define source terms, discuss different approaches to consequence modelling and regulatory requirements for consequence modelling.
By the end of the course, you will understand:
- how to identify a set of major accident scenarios on a facility handling hazardous materials
- which type of models available for different scenarios and which are appropriate at different stages of plant design or operation
- the limitations of the various model types
- how to define the possible outcomes of hazardous material release eg fire, explosions, and toxic effects
- the requirements of modelling these hazards
- the possible impact of hazards on people, the environment and property
- the importance of defining source terms (initial conditions), including uncertainty
- regulatory requirements for consequence modelling
Who is it for?
Project and plant managers, safety managers on COMAH sites responsible for preparing safety reports and interpreting modelling results, professionals using consequence models and/or their results and want further guidance on the bases, validity and uses of modelling or those new to the field of process safety who need to understand the potential scale of accidents and the consequences.
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)
- Reasons for modelling consequences
- Models required
- Models output examples
- Vulnerability (thermal relation - overpressures - toxic dose)
- Concept of model
- Modelling the source
- Basic hazard identification
- Transition between models
- Fire modelling
- Pool fires
- Uses of results - uncertainties - regulator requirements
The development of this online course was funded in part by a donation from Saudi Aramco.