NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management

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NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management

Course description

The NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management is designed to cover a range of issues affecting process industries.

Topics include:
• Establishment of process management systems
• Asset management and maintenance strategies
• Start-up and shut-down of process plant
• Performance standards for safety critical systems and
equipment

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Patrick Casken
Health & Safety consultant
Armada OSH
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NEBOSH | Fleming
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What will I gain from this qualification?

KNOWLEDGE – The NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management is designed to provide a sound breadth of knowledge that will allow you to contribute to the effective management of process safety risks.

CAREER PROSPECTS –  Process Safety Management is of vital importance in hazardous process industries such as oil and gas, chemicals, plastics and pharmaceuticals. Holding a qualification designed and assessed by NEBOSH and the HSE can help you stand out.

RECOGNITION – This qualification is the result of a unique collaboration which combines the advanced technical ‘high hazard’ expertise of the HSE with NEBOSH’s ability to deliver strong vocational OSH qualifications. HSE has led the way in risk-based regulation, underpinned by the fundamental principle of UK health and safety law – those who create risks are best placed to control them and should do so in a proportionate and practical way.

This event is supported by the following companies

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Ada Tobias | Marketing Manager | Fleming
Ada Tobias
Sr. Manager for Energy & HSE

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