The Hazard and Operability study (HAZOP) in oil and gas working environment, offered by Green World Group in Saudi Arabia, is aimed at creating awareness among the delegates on the potential hazards and risks and making them experts in analyzing and managing workplace safety.
The curriculum for the three-day HAZOP training program being offered at Jubail, Yanbu and Dammam in Saudi Arabia, is designed in such a way that even novice can understand and become proficient in safety procedures and techniques. The course is also ideal for engineers and technical professionals who have fair knowledge on HAZOP and wish to enhance their skills and knowledge for career point of view.
The training methodology is developed keeping in mind the work surroundings and conditions and machinery used in the oil and gas industry. Conducted by tutors,who have considerable experience in HAZOP- both offshore and onshore facilities, the course while covering all aspects health and safety also examines the limitation and contribution of HAZOP study with respect to other methods used in hazard and risk management.
The course, apart from providing basic HAZOP knowledge, also offers practical guidance to delegates on various HAZOP techniques and leadership skill development. During the course, students get realistic syndicate exercise under the supervision of an experienced tutor.
Though the course can be taken by anyone who has genuine interest to become a safety expert, personnel involved in risk assessment processes, which include engineering, process operations, maintenance, design, production and health and safety.
The course offers participants:
Academically, he has Masters in Ecology & Environment and Economics and completed diploma in Industrial Safety, Business Management and NEBOSH.
Currently associated with Mott MacDonald as Oil and Gas Unit QHSE Manager, he has implemented and maintained QHSE systems in nine countries. He also heads HAZOP studies for various offshore and onshore projects. Before Mott MacDonald, he worked with companies like SAI Global (Australia), W.S. Atkins, DNV (Det Norske Veritas), Union Carbide and SABIC (Saudi Arabia). An assessor for prestigious “Dubai Quality Award” (a local version of EFQM Module), he has rich experience in auditing, consulting and training in various companies across Africaand Asia.
A registered trainer and lead auditor for Quality, Environment and OHS with IEMAand IRCA, UK, Vinod is accredited by CIEHand IOSH, UK, to conduct training program in HSE. He also does validation for CDM projects under UNFCCC (Kyoto Protocol) and HAZOP Lead.