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Mark Johnson is the IT Manager and Webmaster for Process Improvement Institute.

Still Time to Sign Up for PHA/HAZOP Leadership Training on July 13th!

There's still room available this month in one of our most important process safety training courses - PHA/HAZOP Leadership. And it's being held online - a convenient way to build your expertise conducting and managing process hazard analyses and hazard operability studies! The time for this course is getting close, so don't delay! Register today [...]

By |2020-07-07T15:06:00-07:00July 7th, 2020|HAZOP, PHA, Process Safety, PSM, Training|0 Comments

Don’t Miss PSM and MOC/PSSR Online Training Courses in June!

There's still slots available this month in two of our most popular process safety training courses - Process Safety Management and Management of Change/Pre-Startup Safety Review. And they're both being held online - what better way to spend what is hopefully the latter stage of shelter-in-place than honing your process safety skills in these two [...]

By |2020-06-10T01:02:42-07:00June 10th, 2020|MOC, Process Safety, PSM, PSSR, Training|0 Comments

New Infographic Poster in Free Resources – A Proven Streamlined Approach to SIL Assessment Requirements

There's a new infographic poster in the Safety Instrumented System section of PII's Free Resources area, entitled A Proven Streamlined Approach to SIL Assessment Requirements. This infographic shows how to apply the qualitative definition of independent protection layers (IPLs) within the setting of a process hazard analysis (PHA) to get most of the gain from [...]

By |2019-12-26T10:25:04-07:00December 26th, 2019|Infographic, Process Safety, SIF, SIL, SIS|0 Comments

New Paper in Free Resources – SIL-3, SIL-2, and Unicorns

There's a new paper in the Safety Instrumented System (SIS) section of PII's Free Resources area, entitled SIL-3, SIL-2, and Unicorns (There Is a High Probability Your SIL 2 and SIL 3 SIFs Have No Better Performance Than SIL 1). This paper shows that specific human error during testing, calibration maintenance, and restoration of a [...]

By |2019-12-22T21:55:24-07:00December 22nd, 2019|Free Resources, Process Safety, SIF, SIL, SIS|0 Comments

March-April 2020 Process Safety Training Course Schedule Changes

Wishing a happy holiday season to everyone out there! This is a notice of a schedule change to two upcoming 2020 Process Improvement Institute training courses - the dates for the Incident Investigation/Root Cause Analysis Leadership course originally scheduled for March 2-4, and the Human Error Prevention course originally scheduled for March 5-6, have been [...]

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