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Training 01

Date

Dec 24 2020

Time

9:00 am - 5:30 pm

Cost

RM850
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PSM Training – How Does One Define It?

Lessons Learnt — Case for Change Occupational

• BP Texas City Refinery, March 2005 (15 killed, 180 injured)
• BP Macondo (Gulf of Mexico), April 2010 (11 killed, 17 injured)
• Piper Alpha (UK North Sea), July 1988 (167 killed, 30 never recovered)
• Bhopal Gas Tragedy, December 1984 (at least 3,787 killed)

Process Safety vs Occupational Safety

Process Safety Occupational Safety

PSM Elements

PSM Elements

Barrier Management

Barrier Management

PSM Culture

PSM Culture

Program Outcome

The Impact of PSM; Definite positive effect on the safety of employees and offers other potential benefits to employers on top of providing the foundation for incident and hazard reduction.

PSM Wisdom

Process Safety is a team effort. Know your role and work with your fellow employees to protect yourself and others. PSM must be a full-time job

Trainer Profile

Mr.Tajuddin has a 16 year of experience in both projects and operations. He has worked on diverse projects in chemical industries, petrochemical industries, water treatment facilities, onshore and offshore facilities locally and internationally.

He was trained as a Technical Safety cum Process Safety Engineer with PLC International, Worley Parsons, RAAF GROUP, PETROFAC, MTC-SRM, PETRONAS, Carigali HESS and ESAREM. He was also a Technical Authority for Technical Safety and Process Safety in PETRONAS.

He is currently a Director of ESAREM Sdn. Bhd. His current technical roles involve leading technical safety assessments. His expertise includes engineering safety, risk assessment and management, asset integrity and reliability.

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IGL Services Sdn Bhd

Organizer

IGL Services Sdn Bhd

Speaker

  • Mr. Tajuddin
    Mr. Tajuddin
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    Mr.Tajuddin has a 16 year of experience in both projects and operations. He has worked on diverse projects in
    chemical industries, petrochemical industries, water treatment facilities, onshore and offshore facilities
    locally and internationally.

    He was trained as a Technical Safety cum Process Safety Engineer with PLC International, Worley Parsons, RAAF GROUP, PETROFAC, MTC-SRM, PETRONAS, Carigali HESS and ESAREM. He was also a Technical Authority for Technical Safety and Process Safety in PETRONAS.

    He is currently a Director of ESAREM Sdn. Bhd. His current technical roles involve leading technical safety
    assessments. His expertise includes engineering safety, risk assessment and management, asset integrity
    and reliability.

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