The NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management has been designed through a collaboration of NEBOSH and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). It is designed specifically for those with safety responsibilities in the process industry, such as chemical manufacturing and oil & gas. The PSM ggggse focuses on international standards and management systems, highlighting the importance of process safety management in the process industry.
The NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management is suitable for those who have the responsibility for ensuring safety as part of their day-to-day duties including:
- Managers, supervisors and employee representatives within the process industry
- Newly-appointed health and safety advisers
Topics include the establishment of process management systems, asset management and maintenance strategies, start-up and shutdown of process plants, and emergency planning.
- All participants will be required to carry out a 90-minute paper-based exam, consisting of 2 parts
- Past A is based on a case study and is made up of 10 multiple choice questions
- Part B is based on general Process Safety Management hazards and controls
- There is no work based practical for the PSM Certificate course
Who Should Attend ?
- People from all around the world who work in process industries such as oil and gas, chemicals, plastics, and pharmaceuticals.
- Given the hazardous nature of these industries, this course has been designed to give specialist knowledge and understanding to managers, supervisors and safety professionals to allow them to fulfill their process safety responsibilities.
- It is advised that students should already have an underpinning knowledge of health and safety issues, and many will have previously gained another NEBOSH qualification
Why to Attend ?
- Establishment of process management systems
- Asset management and maintenance strategies Start-up and shutdown of process plants
- Performance standards for safety-critical systems and equipment
- Hazards and controls for : Chemical reactions,Bulk storage of dangerous substances
- Fire and explosion
- Purpose and features of emergency plans
The trainer has certification in BSc (Hons) Environmental Health at Coimbra Health School, MSc Sustainable Energy Systems at University of Aveiro, concluded his Doctoral Program in Climate Change and Sustainable Development Policies at Institute Superior Tecnico and currently developing his Ph.D. Thesis of Environmental and Occupational Health at National Public Health School—New University of Lisbon.
Here, his big achievements were the proposed on of the new BSc in Health and Safety Engineer and the accredited on of the first-course provider from Portuguese-speaking countries in the world at NEBOSH IGC. He also worked as a consultant for the Portuguese European Technical Glossary for NEBOSH.