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HAZARD IDENTIFICATIONHydrocarbon processing industry is categorized as a high risk industry due to the hazards containing either in the material processed or the operations used in its facilities. Because of its vulnerability, a simple event, either man-made or natural one may lead to significant disasters. Flixborough, Bhopal and Piper Alpha disasters are three classic examples of major accident causing serious loss of life and/or property. A deep understanding on safety-related aspects of the materials and processes or operations implemented in hydrocarbon facilities is therefore critical to operate this kind of industry in safe manner and preventing it to go wrong. Hazard identification is ‘the identification of undesired events that lead to materialization of a hazard, the analysis of the mechanisms by which these undesired events could occur and usually estimation of the extent, magnitude and likelihood of any harmful effects’ This short course is intended to give understanding on HSE problems and several methods of Hazard Identification (HAZID).


  • HSE Problem and Sources of Hazard
  • Preview of Several Method of HAZID
    1. Check List
    2. ‘What If’ Analysis
    3. PHR (Process Hazard Review)
    4. ETA (Event Tree Analysis)
    5. FTA (Fault Trees Analysis)
    6. FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis)
  • ETA (Event Tree Analysis)
    1. Introduction to method of ETA
      1. Objectives
      2. Procedure
      3. Application
    2. Case Study
  • FTA (Fault Tree Analysis)
    1. Introduction to method of ETA

– Objectives

– Procedure

– Application

2.  Case Study

  • FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis)
    1. Introduction to method of FMEA
    2. Limitations of FMEA
    3. Procedure for FMEA
    4. FMEA worksheets
    5. Criticality analysis
    6. Functional and Hardware FMEA/FMECA examples
    7. Multi-criteria Pareto ranking
    8. Common cause screening
    9. Matrix method
    10. Risk priority number method of FMECA
    11. Fuzzy logic prioritization of failures
    12. Generic part count
    13. Case Study


Yosef H. Nudu, ST

Expert in HSE and Industrial Engineering.


Peserta yang diharapkan berpartisipasi dalam program ini adalah para:

  • Process Engineers
  • Instrument Engineers
  • Material Engineers
  • Structure Engineers
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Safety and Environment Engineers


Presentasi, Diskusi, Simulasi, Studi kasus, Evaluasi


  • Program pelatihan akan dilaksanakan pada tanggal 1 – 3 Juli 2019
  • Tempat pelatihan di Yogyakarta


Rp 8.000.000,-/ peserta

Pelatihan ini akan dilaksanakan dengan jumlah Quota peserta minimal 5 orang.



Jl. Patangpuluhan No.26, Yogyakarta


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