SPJH 005 : Hazard Incident and Consequence Modeling

SPJH 005 : Hazard Incident and Consequence Modeling

  • course description:

    This course introduces the student to various means to calculate and document hazards and consequences associated with various industrial hazards, including pool fires, deflagrations, fireballs and toxic releases.

  • course learning outcomes:

    At the end of the course, the participants will be able to;
    - Apply empirical correlations to establish first-order estimate hazard zones (e.g. release scenario models, vapor dispersion models).
    - Apply empirical correlations to establish first-order estimate consequences (e.g. heat radiation models, overpressure models).
    - Understand and use basic computer models, such as ALOHA (dispersion modeling).
    - Define and apply consequence analysis terms and techniques such as maximum foreseeable loss, business interruption and environmental impacts.

  • Course outlines:

    - Available on request from Jensen Hughes.

  • practical aspects of the course:

    None

  • who should attend?

    - Fire and safety engineers, environmental, fire chiefs, first responders, plant operation managers and supervisors, Risk Engineers and Risk Assessors.

  • duration:

    5 Days

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