The Keys to a Successful Remote Alarm Rationalization Workshop
Recording Date: December 2020
Working from home and keeping a safe distance are the norms in this surreal period of time. We often get requests from our clients about conducting remote workshops, like HAZOP, LOPA or alarm rationalization workshops. Today I would like to focus on alarm rationalization and sharing the challenges we face during remote workshops. In the end, I will make a few suggestions about the keys to organizing a successful remote workshop.
About the Presenter:
Paul Chan, CFSP
Paul Chan was educated at the University of Hong Kong, majoring in Biochemistry while minoring in Biology and Economics. He finished a project on RNA Bioinformatics and helped in setting up an RNA database. He had experience with Python programming language and UNIX OS system.
He later finished a master’s degree in English Literary Studies and finished a few creative projects. However he rekindled his passion for Science and the technical field, and joined exida in the summer of 2014, when he was immediately put onto the SRIP project (HAZOP and SIL selection workshop) in Seoul.
Later he had extensive experience with SIL verification with notable clients like ConocoPhillips and Cristal. He received his CFSP certification in Sep 2015.