Process Safety Management and Risk Management Planning
The March 2019 Regulatory Workshop will be on Mar. 26, 2019 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta Airport in Atlanta, GA.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta Airport
3400 Norman Berry Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30344
NACD Room Rates:
Rates Available from March 25-29, 2019
Hotel Reservation Deadline: March 5, 2019
To reserve a room, book online or call (404) 763-1600 or (800) 514-4296 and reference National Association of Chemical Distributors to receive the discounted room rate.
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Fax completed forms to (703) 527-7747 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration Deadline: March 22, 2019
NACD REGULATORY WORKSHOP: PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT AND RISK MANAGEMENT PLANNING
Does your company use, store, manufacture, handle, or move any of the chemicals regulated under the Process Safety Management or Risk Management Planning Regulations? Or maybe you don’t know if these regulations apply to your operation, if this is the case, this one-day workshop is for you.
Peter Downing of Environment & Safety Solutions will present an in-depth, hands-on workshop focused on providing companies with a roadmap to compliance. Pete has worked with and for chemical manufacturers and distributors for over 30 years and has led multiple teams in the successful development and implementation of PSM and RMP programs.
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Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Registration and Continental Breakfast
|8:00-8:10 am||Welcome and Opening Remarks|
This session will include an introduction to the standards and provide an overview of the scope, applicability and exemptions available for companies.
In order to prepare a comprehensive PSM and/or RMP program, a company must compile all available information on the chemicals involved in a process, the technologies of the process and the equipment used. This session will focus on this key element.
|11:05 am-12:30 pm||
Where OSHA’s PSM standard focuses on what impact a chemical release may have on facility employees, the EPA RMP looks at the potential impacts to the community at large. This session will delve into the methods to assess offsite consequences for worst-case and alternative-case release scenarios.
Many elements of the two regulations are very similar. This session will provide tips and tricks for ensuring compliance.
For all of the similarities between the programs, there are some elements that are different. We will highlight the differences which may lead to unintentional violations.
This final session will look at the basic methodologies for conducting a PHA. We will provide the tools necessary to assist you in complying with these regulations.
Final Questions/Wrap Up/Adjourn