POWER PLANT SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT SKILLS

I. THEORY

Purpose: Helps students grasp basic knowledge of safety risk management in power plants.

  1. Concepts of risk
    1. What is the hazard?
    2. Common hazards
    3. Hazard classification
    4. Hidden danger
    5. Line of fire
    6. Warning of hazards
    7. Incidents, accidents, near misses
    8. What is risk?
      • What is a dangerous event?
      • What is the likelihood that (L) will occur?
      • How to calculate L by matrix
      • What is the consequence (C) that occurs?
    9. How to calculate C according to the matrix
      • Evaluate R using matrix 5
      • Assess the level of risk?
      • Examples of Risk levels
  2. Identify hazards and risks
    1. Concepts
    2. Cause of accident
    3. Where to find the danger
  3. Risk assessment
    1. Calculate risk
    2. Compare with allowed risk
    3. Risk handling strategies
  4. Risk control
    1. Related concepts of risk management
    2. Ways to reduce risks
    3. Residual risks (residual)
    4. Risk Acceptance – ALARP
    5. Risk control measures
    6. New way to calculate RLC points
  5. Risk management models
    1. Risk assessment and management model
    2. Stop, think, act
    3. Zero accident program
    4. Safety first
    5. Safety management model
    6. Bowtie Analysis
    7. Swiss cheese model
  6. Monitoring and reporting
    1. Supervision skills
    2. Reporting skills
  7. Measure risk management effectiveness
  8. Accident investigation
  9. Safety culture
  10. Leadership and risk management

II. PRACTICE

Purpose: Helps students practice safety risk management skills in power plants.

  1. Practice safety risk assessment at workshops and power plants
  2. Practice risk management

III. DISCUSSION

IV. TAKE THE FINAL TEST

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