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Guidelines for Defining Process Safety Competency Requirements


Guidelines for Defining Process Safety Competency Requirements


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Verlag: Wiley-Aiche
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 06.08.2015
ISBN/EAN: 9781118795200
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 112

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This Guideline presents the framework of process safety knowledge and expertise versus the desired competency level in a "super-matrix" format, vertically and diagonally. The matrix references for potential remedies/required training may be tailored to a company's internally developed training, reference externally available training, or some combination of the two. Chapters include: Identify Process Safety Roles & Competency Needs; Process Safety Competency Matrix; Individual and Corporate Process Safety Competencies; Conduct Assessments vs. Needs; Develop Gap Closure Plans; and Sustaining Competencies.
Dedication xiList of Tables xviiFiles on the Web Accompanying This Book  xixAcronyms and Abbreviations xxiGlossary xxiiiAcknowledgements xxvPreface xxviiExecutive Summary xxixORGANIZATION OF THIS BOOK xxixINTRODUCTION 11.1 Why process safety competency? 11.2 Purpose 21.3 Audience 31.4 How to Use This Process 41.5 Risk Based Process Safety Elements 51.6 CCPS Vision 20/20 101.7 References 112. IDENTIFY PROCESS SAFETY ROLES & COMPETENCY NEEDS 13 2.1 List of generic job roles  132.2 List of proficiency levels 182.3 List of process safety knowledge/skills 213. PROCESS SAFETY COMPETENCY MATRIX 233.1 What is the matrix? 233.2 How to customize the matrix 253.3 Uses of the Matrix 313.4 References 384. INDIVIDUAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESS SAFETY COMPETENCIES 394.1 Develop organization specific competencies 394.2 Assure compliance with regulations 414.3 Example Templates and Checklists 444.4 References 465. ASSESS COMPETENCIES VS. NEEDS 495.1 Assessing existing competencies 495.2 Training for assessors 505.3 Identify Gaps between current status and needs 516. DEVELOP GAP CLOSURE PLAN 536.1 Methods for closing the gaps 546.2 Supporting materials 556.3 Pre-requisites before progressing to the next level 576.4 EXAMPLE of MANAGing GAP CLOSURE 577. SUSTAINING COMPETENCIES 597.1 Strategies for Sustaining Competencies 597.2 Review and Update Competency Needs 617.3 Organizational Process Safety Culture 627.4 References 62APPENDIX 1: EXAMPLE COMPETENCIES FOR AUDITING 63APPENDIX 2: PHM COORDINATOR & HA FACILITATOR QUALIFICATIONS 65A2.1 Purpose 65A2.2 Assumptions 65A2.3 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Resource Alignment 68A2.4 Expertise and Experience 69A2.5 EHS and PHM Alignment 69A2.6 Overview of Duties and Responsibilities 72A2.7 Competency-Based Knowledge (Training) Road Map for Qualification 73APPENDIX 3: HAZOP FACILITATOR 75APPENDIX 4: SHOWING GAP CLOSURE PROGRESSIndex 81
Since 1985, the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) has been the global leader in developing and disseminating information on process safety management and technology.  CCPS, an industry technology alliance of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), has published over 100 books in its process safety guidelines and process safety concepts series, and over 100 training modules through its Safety in Chemical Engineering Education (SACHE) series.

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