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Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA) in Industries

Code HIRA|2008|CPCB|51
Short title 2008 - HIRA in Industies - CPCB
Title Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA) in Industries
Fields iDRM HIRA: Hazard Identification Risk Assessment
Target Groups MIX: Mixed Group
Event Details
Date Place Details Application
Tue 16.12.2008
Fri 19.12.2008

4 Day(s)
DMI Training Centre
Paryavaran Parisar, E-5, Arera Colony, PB No. 563,
462016 Bhopal , Madhya Pradesh
Phone: +91-755-2466715, 2461538, 2461348, 5293592
Target Group CPCB, State PCB/Boards, Directorates of Factories and Boilers, DCG Members, Academicians.
Organiser Disaster Management Institute
Institutions Involved CPCB, DMI

The main objectives of the programme are:

  • Highlight the technical, managerial and legal issues involved in HIRA;
  • Help participants to understand various techniques of hazards identification and risk assessment in industries;
  • Enhance the knowledge of HIRA on theoretical as well as on practical aspects so that the techniques can be applied in emergency planning;
  • Study the role of human error in industrial accidents;
  • Simulation of release/fire/explosion scenarios through advanced computer modeling.
Description of contents/agenda
  • Various terminologies used in HIRA;
  • MS&IHC Rules 1989 as amended in 2000;
  • Indian Standards for HIRA;
  • Hazard Identification Techniques: HAZOP, FMEA and What-if – a case study;
  • Consequence/Vulnerability Analysis and Dispersion Modeling;
  • Modeling Hands on Exposure on sophisticated models;
  • Introduction to Risk Assessment;
  • Role of Human Error in Risk Assessment;
  • Community based Risk Reduction Strategy;
  • Fault Tree Analysis in Risk Analysis;
  • Risk Rating and Ranking;
  • Application of HIRA in On-site and Off-site Emergency Planning;
  • Role and responsibilities of civil authorities and DCG in HIRA;
  • Field Visit;
  • Group Exercise;

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