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100 Process Safety Management Compliance Learn how to interpret the performance-based requirements of the OSHA process safety management regulation and the prevention program portion of the EPA risk management program rule. In this course, you will learn how to develop and implement a cost-effective PSM program for a single facility or an entire corporation.
101 Compliance Auditing During this 2-day version of the course, you will learn to perform compliance auditing of process safety management and risk management program systems in accordance with OSHA and EPA regulations. Combine this course with Process Safety Management Compliance and save!
100-101 CC: Process Safety Management Compliance and Compliance Auditing This is a combined course of Process Safety Management Compliance and Compliance Auditing. Combine the two courses to save!
103 Risk Based Process Safety This course teaches you how to use the Risk Based Process Safety guideline to design a new process safety management system, correct a deficient PSM system or improve PSM practices.
104 Risk Management Program Compliance Learn about the mandated components of a risk management program (RMP) and how to implement a compliance strategy. Learn the basics of hazard assessments, emergency response programs, and risk management plans (RMPlans) as well as the current rulemaking and enforcement initiatives such as EPA audits.
105 Resubmitting EPA RMPlans This 1-day course provides expert guidance and proven techniques, developed by our engineers during many years of RMP compliance work, for assessing and updating RMPlans in a timely and cost-effective manner.
107 Improving PSM Performance Process safety management programs have been implemented at many companies for over 20 years, based on meeting regulatory requirements and on the fundamental need to safely manage process hazards at their facilities.  Many companies and facilities, though, continue to have PSM performance problems, potentially resulting in catastrophic incidents, serious injuries, lost business, and high costs.  This course is intended to highlight common performance problems with PSM programs and to introduce proven methods and practical approaches for improving performance.
108 Risk Management Using Bowties THESIS BowTie™ is a risk management software application that can assist companies with visualizing and reducing risk to as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP). This 2-day course assists safety and risk professionals by providing an in-depth understanding of the Bowtie Risk Management concept.
109 Advance Techniques for Risk Management Using Bowties THESIS BowTie™ is a risk management software application that can assist companies with visualizing and reducing risk to as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP). This 3-day course provides an advanced understanding of the Bowtie Risk Management concept.
110 Process Hazard Analysis Leader Learn practical methods for performing process hazard analyses (PHAs) of systems, procedures, and computer software using the hazard and operability (HAZOPs), what if / what-if, and checklist analysis techniques that address federal regulatory requirements. 
110s Process Hazard Analysis Leader with LEADER Software Qualify as a knowledgeable PHA leader, as required by OSHA and EPA, and be eligible for certification as a PHA leader. The fifth day of this course involves training on the LEADER™ software, which is a separate charge.
110st LEADER Software Workshop - 1 Day This 1-day Option is for existing registrants who have already licensed the software but did not take the 5th day of training in the same week they originally took the 4-day Process Hazard Analysis Leader course. 
111 Advanced PHA Leader Learn the tips, tricks, and secrets that professional analysts use to conduct efficient process hazard analyses. Learn how to optimize process sections; conduct meetings; document work for review in regulatory, public, and legal forums; and analyze facility siting issues within the context of a PHA.
113 Revalidating Process Hazard Analyses In this course attendees learn how to efficiently revalidate process hazard analyses. By learning how to use a revalidation decision tree, attendees gain a productive revalidation tool that accounts for management goals, previous documentation, PHA quality, and operating history.
114 Management of Change This course emphasizes hazard review techniques commonly used to evaluate changes. It also includes sections on improving existing programs for management of change (MOC) and pre-startup safety review (PSSR), plus special topics such as managing changes during the construction phase of major capital projects, managing personnel changes, and using software systems to manage change.
114-113-111 CC: Management of Change, Revalidating Process Hazard Analyses and Advanced PHA Leader This is a combined course of Management of Change, Revalidating Process Hazard Analyses and Advanced PHA Leader.
115 Hazard and Accident Analysis Learn techniques for qualitatively identifying and assessing the hazards associated with process systems. In this course, you will also learn how to choose the most appropriate technique for a given problem. 
120 Root Cause Analysis and Incident Investigation Learn to use the license-fee-free SOURCE™ root cause analysis (RCA) methodology for investigating incidents. 
121 Root Cause Analysis Essentials This 1½-day version of our popular Root Cause Analysis course is designed for personnel performing investigations of simple incidents. The focus of the course is on identifying causal factors, root causes, and recommendations for human performance problems and equipment issues.
122 Advanced Root Cause Analysis This advanced, 4½-day course allows attendees to participate in additional workshops related to causal factor charting, cause and effect trees, interviewing, physical data analysis plans, near-miss definitions and reporting, trending, and metrics.
120-122 CC: Root Cause Analysis, Incident Investigation and Advanced RCA This is a combined course of Root Cause Analysis and Incident Investigation and Advanced Root Cause Analysis.
131 Mechanical Integrity and Understanding RAGAGEPs This course addresses OSHA process safety management and EPA risk management program mechanical integrity (MI) requirements and teaches you how to develop and implement an efficient mechanical integrity program. 
137 Fundamentals of Fitness for Service This Fitness-For-Service training course will provide attendees with an introduction to the API 579-1/ASME FFS-1 standard used for demonstrating structural integrity of in-service pressurized equipment.
138 Damage Mechanism Review and Integrity Operating Windows This course will cover the damage mechanisms listed in API RP 571 and provide an in-depth look at common damage mechanisms that affect fixed equipment in chemical and refining processes. You will learn how damage mechanisms depend on operating and environmental conditions for different materials of construction.
140 Human Error Prevention During this 2-day course, attendees learn how to examine and categorize specific human errors to identify the conditions and situations that contributed to mistakes. 
120-140 CC: Root Cause Analysis, Incident Investigation and Human Error Prevention This is a combined course of Root Cause Analysis and Incident Investigation and Human Error Prevention. Combine the two courses to save!
200 Layer of Protection Analysis Layer of protection analysis (LOPA) is the newest methodology for hazard evaluation and risk assessment. LOPA helps the analyst make consistent decisions on the adequacy of existing or proposed layers of protection against an accident scenario. 
215 Safety Culture Improvement (CalOSHA GISO 5189.1 Emphasis) Participants in this 1-day course will learn proven techniques on how to effectively assess the existing safety culture at multiple organizational levels (e.g., unit, site, company) using carefully designed techniques that go beyond the traditional employee survey.  The participants will then learn how to use the information from the assessment to affect safety culture improvement in the organization.
210 Safety Integrity Level In this intensive 2-day course, our training experts will teach you how to evaluate the need for a safety instrumented function (SIF), evaluate potential system architectures, and analyze the system to determine its predicted performance, from both a risk reduction and reliability standpoint.
200-210 CC: Layer of Protection Analysis and Safety Integrity Level This is a combined course of Layer of Protection Analysis and Safety Integrity Level.
217 API RP 752, 753 and 756: Facility Siting Regulations and Compliance This one-day course addresses the regulatory requirements for facility siting and gives an overview of the methods to satisfy the requirements. 
220 Quantitative Analysis Techniques Learn how to get quantitative answers to your questions and also how to identify the systems, subsystems, and components that contribute the most to your loss exposure.
230 Consequence Analysis This course covers current regulatory requirements including source term modeling, atmospheric dispersion modeling, fire modeling, explosion modeling, risk analysis methods and data and correlations for evaluating personnel injury and facility/equipment damage resulting from toxic exposure, fires, and explosions.
240 Facility Siting Hazards Analysis Techniques Learn what you need to do to satisfy the hazards analysis portion of OSHA facility siting requirements using either a consequence or risk-based approach. This technical course is designed for the process safety professional who performs facility siting studies.
233 Enterprise Risk Management Learn about different risk models and approaches to tough decisions via expert guidance and proven risk techniques.
300 Environmental Compliance Bootcamp Learn the ins and outs of environmental laws and regulations during this interactive 5-day course. Instructors review the background of each environmental law/regulation, delve into the specifics, provide expert insights into how the laws and regulations may apply to your facility, and teach practical compliance strategies.
301 Beyond Environmental Bootcamp This interactive 2½-day workshop provides an understanding of the complex nature of the major environmental regulations, such as the Clean Air Act (CAA).
310 Clean Air Compliance Institute This course offers a comprehensive look at the Clean Air Act, including Title V permits, State Implementation Plans (SIPs), National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), preconstruction permits, New Source Review, risk management planning, and other topics.
340 Certified ISO 14001 Lead Auditor The course satisfies the training requirement for ISO 14001: 2015 Lead Auditor certification.
340-820 CC: Certified ISO 14001 Lead Auditor / OHSAS 18001 Lead Auditor This unique training option allows you to take 5 full days of classes (Monday through Friday) and gain both certifications at once for one low price.
600 Certified ISO 9001 Lead Auditor This course is designed for those who plan and/or conduct audits of quality management systems under the ISO 9000 standard.
600-340 CC: Certified ISO 9001 / ISO 14001 Lead Auditor This unique training option allows you to take 5 full days of classes (Monday through Friday) and gain both certifications at once for one low price.
605 PED Seminar ABS Consulting and HPi Verification Services (NoBo #1521) invite you to a one day seminar on the new PED that will become law on July 19, 2016.
690 PMP Exam Preparation: Project Management Boot Camp This fast-paced 5 day boot camp prepares each participant with all the core competencies to pass the PMP® Exam the first time. In this PMP® course, you will learn project management terms, processes and skills as well as methodologies for taking the PMP® Exam.
701 International & Offshore Oil and Gas Regulations and Standards This 3-day course assists professionals in the offshore oil and gas industry by providing an overview of the regulatory approaches used by various countries around the world including the United States, United Kingdom, Norway, Brazil, Australia, the Middle East (Abu Dhabi) and West Africa (Angola). 
702 ASME B31.3 Process Piping Code This course provides an introduction to the ASME B31.3 Process Piping Code. It covers the requirements of B31.3 for design, analysis, materials, fabrication, testing and inspection of process piping systems.
703 PD443 - ASME BPV Code: Section VIII Division 1 Combination Course This course is based on the rules for pressure vessel design and construction, serving as a comprehensive introduction to the requirements of Section VIII, Division 1 including background, organization, design, materials, fabrication, inspection, testing and documentation of pressure vessels.
800 OSHA Compliance Bootcamp This course provides an in-depth review of OSHA's general industry standards and a comprehensive look at the requirements for the more frequently referenced standards and letters of interpretation.
820 Certified OHSAS 18001 Lead Auditor This training is for those occupational health and safety (OH&S) professionals who wish to become auditors for the internationally accepted norms and regulations relating to the OHSAS 18000 standard.
910 Maritime RCA / Incident Investigation This 2-day course is designed for personnel who seek an efficient way to conduct a thorough investigation of complex incidents to help identify underlying causes and making effective recommendations. This course applies the process outlined in ABS Guidance Notes on the Investigation of Marine Incidents; training satisfies TMSA Element 8 and DPA Element 3.
911 Advanced Maritime Root Cause Analysis (RCA) / Incident Investigation This 3-day course takes our popular Maritime RCA / Incident Investigation course farther. It trains attendees in additional techniques for addressing complex incidents that happen aboard or involve the vessel.
912 Maritime Management of Change This course is intended to address the management of change (MOC) requirements of the ISM Code (3: Company Responsibilities and Authority); TMSA (Element 7: Management of Change); ISO 9000 (5: Management Responsibility); and ISPS Code (Part A/11: Company Security Officer).
913 Maritime Risk Assessment Implementation This course introduces hazard analysis techniques for identifying and assessing the hazards of various activities, processes, procedures and equipment in the maritime industry.
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