Emergency Incident Management for Process Industry

Trainer

Dr. Azizul bin Buang

Category

Technical Professional Course

Introduction

Emergency planning can be defined as the process of preparing systematically for future contingencies, including major incidents and disasters. The plan is usually a document, shared between participants and stakeholders that specifies tasks and responsibilities adopted in the multi-agency response to the emergency. It is a blueprint for managing events and, as such, should be responsive to management needs. It should specify the lineaments of action, collaboration, command, and communication during a civil contingency such as a disaster or major event; in other words, it is the framework for emergency response. The maintenance of public safety, limitation of damage, protection of the vulnerable, and efficient use of life-saving resources are some of the goals of the plan. Although the end product is a document, emergency planning is a process rather than an outcome, especially as the plan itself needs to be updated over time as circumstances change.   Emergency and disaster planning involves a coordinated, co-operative process of preparing to match urgent needs with available resources. Hence, an emergency plan needs to be a living document that is periodically adapted to change circumstances and provides a guide to the protocols, procedures, and division of responsibilities in emergency response.   Emergency response involves a mixture of plans, procedures, and improvisation. It is axiomatic that planning and procedures should not be conducted ad-hoc during an emergency but should be thoroughly through and created beforehand. Ad-hoc improvisation is inefficiency in emergency response, which may have serious or tragic consequences.   The course explains issues on  emergency planning and incident investigation. It covers topics on impact of the major accidents, regulation and standards, emergency preparedness, emergency response plans, incident prevention and emergency management and incident investigation.  

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able:
  • Classify the types and level of emergencies
  • Develop emergency response planning system
 

Trainers:

Picture1 Mr. Taram Satiraksa Wan Abdullah has nearly 21 years of working experience in various industries. He started his career as a Research Officer at the Malaysia Institute for Microelectronic System (MIMOS) after graduated from the University of Bradford (UK) with a B.Eng (Hons) in Chemical Engineering in 1995. He was considered as one of the pioneers in Safety and Health  in Malaysia. He is also a Certified Safety & Health Officer for DOSH.   During his 8 years with BP, he has been exposed and extensively developed himself as a professional safety engineer and climbed the corporate ladder up until Safety Superintendent before he left for Sarawak Shell Berhad in April 2008. After 3 years with Shell, he decided to return to Peninsular Malaysia to work with Talisman Malaysia Limited in 2010 as HSE System & Assurance Team Lead. Starting May 2014, he is the Senior Manager to lead the HSE Department at Vestigo Petroleum Sdn. Bhd.    Picture2 AP. Dr. Bawadi Abdullah is an Associate Professor in the Chemical Engineering Department at the Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), Malaysia and a chartered engineer of Engineering Council of United Kingdom. He specializes in Computer Fluid Dynamics (CFD), catalysis, biofuel, Engineering education, Safety and loss Prevention and other energy related researches. He has published over 60 articles in peer-review journals.  Picture3 Dr Azizul Buang is an Associate Professor in the Chemical Engineering Department at the Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), Malaysia and a chartered engineer of Engineering Council of United Kingdom. He specializes in Computer Fluid Dynamics (CFD), catalysis, biofuel, Engineering education, Safety and loss Prevention and other energy related researches. He has published over 60 articles in peer-review journals.

Course Content

 
  1. Impact of Major Accidents
 
  1. Regulation and Standards
 
  1. Emergencies and Disasters
 
  1. Emergency Preparedness
 
  1. Emergency Response Plans
 
  1. Off-site Emergency Planning
 
  1. Incident Prevention & Emergency Management
 
  1. Incident Investigation
 

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Introduction Emergency planning can be defined as the process of preparing systematically for future contingencies, including major incidents and disasters. The plan is usually a document, shared between participants and stakeholders that specifies tasks and responsibilities adopted in the multi-agency […]

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