exida Academy Training

CHAZOP - Control Hazard and Operability Study

Course Code: FSE 106


Course Description:

Control Hazard and Operability Study (CHAZOP) is a procedure for carrying the safety and reliability analysis of existing or planned Control and Computer systems.The techniques are in many ways similar to, and have been adopted from the Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) procedure that is widely used and are very successful for process plants. This CHAZOP training is intended to familiarize the participants with the various methodologies associated with CHAZOP and to enable the participants to facilitate and/or participate meaningfully in CHAZOP sessions.

What the Course Covers

Introduction to PHA and Definitions techniques

  • Review of PHA methods applicable to control systems

Introduction to CHAZOP techniques

  • HAZOP, What if, FMEA

exida’s CHAZOP methodology FOR H/W

  • Will focus on What-if methodology and
    • Typical what-if questions
    • Participants in CHAZOP and their responsibilities
    • Documentation, format, and software used to assist in completing CHAZOP
    • Failure modes and rates for components

exida’s CHAZOP methodology FOR S/W

  • Will also focus on What-if methodology and Typical What-if questions

Case study

  • Description of typical Control System to be reviewed by group. Group participation and completion of CHAZOP for typical Control System

Course Length: 2 days

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