Analysis of Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Assessment

Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Assessment

Quantitative Risk Assessment is a tool that continuously analysis the risks from venturesome activities to quantify the risks to personnel engaged in the power, so compare the expected risk levels against the QP risk criteria and assess their tolerability.

Course Details

Duration 4 – 8 Hours 

Training Mode Online / in-company 

Language English

Prerequisites None

Assessment Onboard Exam

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Introduction

This course is designed to gain knowledge on Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Assessment process in the process industry. In a process industry there are occasions where more advanced risk assessment techniques are needed. There is sometimes a regulatory requirement also to produce reports that contain highly detailed risk assessments that are far above the level achieved by a five step approach.

This course covers various risk management techniques used within the process industries. Qualitative (Q), Semi-Quantitative (SQ), and Quantified Risk Assessment (QRA) are some of the main topics that would be covered during the course.

Course Details

Duration 4 – 8 Hours 

Training Mode Online / in-company 

Language English

Prerequisites None

Assessment Onboard Exam

The session will be covered over 2 days, 2 hours, Per day and will cover the following

Day Topics
Day – 1
Definition of Risk Assessment and it’s important Terms
Purpose and Use of Risk Assessment
The basic – Five-Step Approach Risk Assessment
A look into Risk Management Techniques used within the process Industry
Day – 2
Study of Swiss Cheese Model Or Barrier Model
Study of Bow Tie Model Risk Assessment
Understanding Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA)

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FAQ

A series of reasonable steps taken to eliminate or control the injuries, effects of the unintentional fall while assessing the work at height.

But there are different types of falls that we must consider obviously, i.e.

  • Fall at the same level, within the surface
  • fall to a lower level from the height

Falls from roofs and height, in general, are the most common cause of workplace death, according to the Health & Safety Executive. The worrying aspect of this is that these deaths are primarily caused by a failure to assess or recognize fragile work surfaces properly.

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