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Course Details

STORAGE, HANDLING & SAFE USE OF CHEMICALS AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

Location
Vienna, Austria
Date
From Date: 01-Mar-2021   
To Date: 05-Mar-2021
Duration
5 Days
Language
English
Discipline
Introduction

Ref No:      REFHS041
Title:          Storage & Safe Handling of Hazardous Material
Start Date: 01 March 2021  End Date: 05 March 2021  
Venue:      Vienna, Austria
Fee:           $6,250

In any of the 5 star hotel. Exact venue will be informed later.

Rapid industrialization in the 20th century has seen tremendous growth in the movement of Petroleum products and other flammable & Toxic Chemicals throughout the Globe. Besides, Liberalization, Privatization, and Globalization has wreaked another havoc in the form of environmental pollution, and safety & health hazards.

TRAINING DESCRIPTION

The storage and safe handling of chemicals and hazardous materials require compliance with a complex array of regulations and the use of specialized technical facilities, operations and equipment to ensure safe and proper management. This course provides a practical method of assessing the properties of chemicals and tracks the legislative framework that surrounds the safe management of these materials.

This course also provides practical guidelines for identification, segregation and movement of chemicals, as well as methods for the evaluation of facilities and specialized equipment necessary for the safe and effective storage and transfer of hazardous chemicals.

Objective

The course will provide expert advice aimed at reducing the potential hazards and either removing risks or minimizing the potential consequences in the event of an incident.

It will develop provide a practical guideline for the evaluation and general design of operations used for the safe and effective storage and handling of chemicals.

It will cover a range of industrial scenarios. These practical case studies and exercises will provide the participants with the necessary knowledge and guides for right and safe handling of chemicals in petroleum sites.

Audience

All site staff handling chemicals.

Material managers and facility operators who store or handle chemicals, Engineers with limited knowledge of chemicals and their properties, construction site managers, engineers and architects responsib

Content

COURSE OUTLINES:

DAY 1

  • INTRODUCTION
    • Relevance of ISO 14001 EMS, and OHSAS 18001
  • IDENTIFICATION, CLASSIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS
  • Hazardous Chemicals Definitions
    • Health Hazard
    • Physical Hazard
  • Hazard Rating
  • Hazard Classes
  • Classification of Chemicals:
    • Methods of Classification
    • Solids, liquids, gases
    • Flammable & Explosive Chemicals
    • Inorganic and organic materials
    • Oxidants and reducing agents.
  • Physical Properties of Chemicals
  • Hazard Classification Systems Fire Hazards
    • Toxicity Hazard
    • Corrosive Hazard
    • Chemical Reactivity Hazard

DAY 2

  • EXPOSURE HAZARDS & HEALTH EFFECTS CHEMICALS
    • Overview
    • Routes of Entry
    • Acute Effects
    • Chronic Effects
    • Exposure Definitions, Limits & Calculations
    • Health Effects of Chemicals
    • Eyewash
    • Emergency Shower
    • Medical Consultation
  • CHEMICAL & HAZARD LABELLING
    • Overview
    • Chemical Labeling
    • Hazard Identification System
    • Warning Systems
  • MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)
    • Overview
    • MSDS Content
    • How to Read MSDSs and Understand Them.
    • Exercise-1: A group discussion of some MSDSs of Typical Chemicals used
    • Exercise-2: Selected participants will be required to read and explain for the others some MSDSs

DAY 3

  • STORAGE OF CHEMICALS
    • Overview Chemicals Compatibility
    • Bulk Chemical Storage Facilities
    • Storage of Flammable & Explosive Chemicals
    • Storage of Compressed Gas & Cryogenics
    • Specialized Storage Requirements
    • Common Mistakes in Chemical Storage
    • Case Study
  • GENERAL RULES & PRECUATIONS OF CHEMICAL HANDLING
    • Overview
    • Work Practice Controls
    • Basic Chemical Handling
    • Handling of Compressed Gas
    • Working Alone
    • Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
    • Fire Precautions
    • Warning Notices & Security
    • Good Housekeeping
    • Case Study: to show some common wrong actions & ask the participants to propose the correct safe procedures _ Group discussion.
  • PERSONAL PROTECTION
    • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Clothing
    • Introduction
    • Selection Criteria
    • Equipment / PPE Use
    • TRANSPORTATION OF CHEMICALS
    • Overview
    • Legislative requirements
    • Labels, Marking and Placards for packages, trucks and large containers
    • Containers
      • Types
      • Basic Design and Main Properties
      • Inspection of Containers
    • Loading and Unloading
    • Compressed Gas Cylinder Transportation
    • Emergency Response
      • Case Histories of Hazardous Chemicals Mismanagement

DAY 4

  • CHEMICAL WASTE DISPOSAL
    • Hazardous Chemical Waste Disposal Policy
    • Chemical Safety
    • Chemical Waste
    • Basic procedures
    • Containers
    • Container condition
    • Container volumes & sizes
    • Labeling of containers
    • Disposal of empty containers
    • Storage of waste chemicals
    • Bulking or mixing of waste chemicals
    • Overpacking or boxing up of multiple chemical containers
    • Chemical removal request form
    • Hazard identification
    • Hazardous materials program
    • Case Study
  • IDENTIFICATION AND DEALING WITH UNKNOWN CHEMICALS
    • Classification of Chemicals
    • Unknown Chemical Identification Techniques
    • Basic Precautions and Methods of Dealing with Unknown Chemicals

DAY 5

  • CHEMICALS SPILL RESPONSE
    • Chemical Spills
    • Minor Chemical Spills
    • Emergency Chemical Spills
    • Spill of Solid, Liquid and Volatile Chemicals and Cleanup Procedures
    • Leaking Compressed Gas Cylinders & Vessels
    • Spill response equipment (contents, materials,compatibility, size, capacity, backup, placement locations)
    • Spill Contingency Plan
    • Fires
    • Fire Plan (requirements, reactions, explosions, fire fighting methods)
    • Loss prevention procedures
    • Release of Toxic Gases
    • Levels of Protection (Level A, B, C, D)
    • Medical Emergencies
    • General first aid and Personal protection during 1st aid
    • Case Study & Group Exercise: Certain Chemical Spills (including Oil Spill), The Response & The Cleanup Procedures
  • Site Emergencies/Contingency Plan
    • Introduction
    • Preparation
    • Field Actions
      • Site and Work Preparation
      • Emergency Response Procedures
      • Evacuation
      • Leadership During an Emergency

NOTE: Pre & Post Tests will be conducted
Case Studies, Group Exercises, Group Discussions, Last Day Review &Assessments will be carried out.

 

 

 

Certificate

Define Management Consultancy & Training Certificate of course completion will be issued to all attendees.

Methodology

A highly interactive combination of lectures and discussion sessions will be managed to maximize the amount and quality of information and knowledge transfer. The sessions will start by raising the most relevant questions, and motivate everybody find the right answers. You will also be encouraged to raise your own questions and to share in the development of the right answers using your own analysis and experiences. Tests of multiple-choice type will be made available on daily basis to examine the effectiveness of delivering the course. Very useful Course Materials will be given.

  • 30% Lectures
  • 30% Workshops and work presentation
  • 20% Group Work& Practical Exercises
  • 20% Videos& General Discussions
Fees
6,250 US$ per participant for Public Training includes Materials/Handouts, tea/coffee breaks, refreshments & Buffet Lunch

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