This module will cover key aspects relating to process safety and teaches students to critically assess process designs for their safety implications. Students will learn about different types of hazards and their consequences, including lessons learnt from past incidents. Consequence modelling and estimating risks and reliability of components and networks will lead to learning quantitative risk assessments and other key safety tools including HAZOPs, layers of protection analysis, bowtie diagrams, fault and event trees. Concepts of inherent safety, and typical examples of these and passive, active and procedural measures will be covered. Students will learn how to design pressure equipment and relief valve systems.

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