The new course takes the Temporary Works Co-ordination skills and knowledge and applies them to the process sector.
Despite the well-developed approach to operational risk management in the process industry, incidents do still occur, and when they do the results can be disastrous.
Such failures are often caused by inadequate temporary works solutions: failures in pressure testing, plant assembly, lifting and jacking, temporary measures in commissioning and many other examples.
This type of risk has been recognised in the civil engineering sector for many years, and robust guidance is now widely used for the safe provision, design, installation, use and dismantling of temporary works.
Who is the course for?
Mechanical, electrical and other engineers will find useful case studies and terminology suited to their working environments.
Introductory price when you register
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