COMAH Onshore Major Hazards: Predictive Aspects of COMAH
03 March 2020
- 04 March 2020
This course is intended for risk assessment specialists and
'intelligent customers' who buy in risk assessment services. It
gives an overview of the requirements for the predictive (risk
assessment) aspects of a safety report under the Control of Major
Accident Hazard Regulations (COMAH) from the point of view of
safety. Information assessed, during both the early
predictive assessment and the full assessment, are explained.
Common pitfalls and ways to avoid them will be identified. The
course gives an overview of different risk assessment approaches,
and explains how the approach needs to be selected to be
proportionate to the risk.
It is delivered by experienced safety report assessors, and from
the point of view of the requirements of the regulator.
The course will cover:
- The purposes of a COMAH risk assessment
- Key information to include (Schedule 3 of COMAH)
- Structure of the risk assessment
- Risk matrix and QRA approaches
- Input data and uncertainty
- ALARP demonstration
Who should attend?
Safety professionals and managers who are involved in the
co-ordination, writing or updating of COMAH safety reports.
Consultants who provide assistance with safety reports.
Comments & Feedback
"I really valued the course and shall be recommending it to
colleagues involved in this
activity." Richard Homan, Esso
Petroleum Company UK Ltd.
The course will be run at the HSE Science and Research Centre in
the spa town of Buxton. Buxton is in the heart of the Peak District
and has good links to mainline train stations and Manchester
Details of hotels in the Buxton area can be found at www.visitbuxton.co.uk
The cost of the course is £1,175 per person (includes
course notes, lunch and refreshments).
Please note that all courses must be paid for via credit
card at the time of booking.
For further dates and additional information email: email@example.com or
contact the Training and Events Team at HSE directly on +44 (0)203
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