Fundamentals and Practices of Process Safety Management
7-11 June 2020 ($3,750)
This short course is designed to teach and apply the fundamentals of process safety management. The content is comprehensive and provides extensive analysis, worked out examples, and case histories. The primary emphasis of this course is to summarize the important technical and management fundamentals of process safety. The emphasis on the fundamentals helps the practicing engineer understand the concepts and apply them accordingly. The emphasis on the fundamentals helps the practicing engineer understand the concepts and apply them accordingly. The course starts with a brief overview of the management systems that must be in place in a moder plant in order to implement process safety. Appropriate discussion and problem solving time is provided for each of the areas of toxicology and industrial hygiene, hazard identification, consequence analysis, quantitative risk assessment and risk reduction measures. The course also introduces two important concepts that are often overlooked, i.e., inherently safer design and multiple barriers or protection.
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for those who working in the process industry and would like to obtain a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals and best available practices of process safety and loss preventions. Delegates are likely to have a degree in engineering or science or equivalent industrial experience.
Electrical Transformers and Switchgears; Faults, Inspection, Testing, Maintenance and Trouble Shooting
6-10 September 2020 ($2,500)
This course introduces the principles of design, testing, operation and maintenance of transformers in power systems and provide the participants with all the necessary knowledge for the power and distributed transformers typically used within the oil and gas industry.
This course has been designed to provide participants with an understanding of the proper construction, operation, and maintenance of power transformers, while emphasizing on the technology related to power transformers used within the industry power systems. Moreover, this course has been designed to provide participants with an understanding of the effects of transformer load changes, identify transformer failure modes.
Also, the course will help the attendees to provide the essential knowledge for the medium voltage and high voltage switchgear operations, fundamentals, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for electrical engineers, electrical technicians, maintenance planners, supervisors with operation and maintenance responsibilities, and others who work in an industrial plant setting.
Continuing Education at Texas A&M at Qatar
In today’s global economy, it’s more important than ever that you and your workforce are prepared to meet the demands of increased international competition. From advanced leadership concepts and practices to emerging engineering technologies and equipment, it is critical those in your organization have the knowledge and skills to ensure an economic advantage and sustainable growth. Texas A&M University at Qatar can help you achieve this. Both our distinguished faculty and top-notch research facilities are at the forefront of innovation in the engineering field. Through our commitment to educating the engineering leaders of the future, our continuing education opportunities allow us to pass this knowledge on to the workforce in the State of Qatar, the region and the world. We’re sure you will find training solutions to suit you and your employees. We also welcome the opportunity to visit with individual organizations to discuss how to best meet their training needs through custom-designed courses.
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