Module 1: Environmental issues and management
Environmental impact and management
Impact of oil and gas industry in marine environment
Oil hydrocarbons in marine environment
Chemical disposal of offshore industry and environmental management
Dispersion models and atmospheric pollution
Dispersion models continued..
Module 2: Operational Safety
Introduction to HSE
Safety in design and operations
Organizing for safety
Hazard classification and assessment, Hazard evaluation and control
Module 3: Accident modeling, risk assessment & management
Dose assessment, safety regulations
Toxic releases- models and methods
Chemical risk analysis
Quantitative risk assessment
Fire and explosion models
Fire and explosion: prevention methods
Event tree and fault tree analyses
Process safety management
Software used in HSE
BOOKS AND REFERENCES
1. Ale B. J. M. 2002. Risk assessment practices in The Netherlands Safety Science, 40, 105-126.
2. Jan Erik Vinnem. 2007. Offshore Risk Assessment: Principles, Modeling and Applications of QRA studies. Springer, 577pp.
3. Patin Stanislav. 1999. Environmental Impact of the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry. Eco Monitor Publishing, USA, 425pp.
4. Ramamurthy, K. 2011. Explosions and explosion safety, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, INDIA, pp. 288.
5. Skelton, B. 1997. Process safety analysis, Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, 210pp.
6. Srinivasan Chandrasekaran. 2016a. Offshore structural engineering: Reliability and Risk Assessment. CRC Press, Florida, ISBN:978-14-987-6519-0
7. Srinivasan Chandrasekaran. 2016b. Health, Safety and Environmental Management in Offshore and Petroleum Engineering, John Wiley & Sons, ISBN: 978-11-192-2184-5.
8. Terje Aven and Jan Erik Vinnem. 2007. Risk Management with applications from Offshore Petroleum Industry. Springer, 200pp.
9. Trevor Kletz. 2003. Still going wrong: Case histories and plant disasters, Elsevier, pp. 230.
10. Valerie J. Sutherland, Cary L. Cooper. 1991. Stress and accidents in offshore, oil and gas industries, Gulf Publishing Co., Houston, pp. 227.
Additional reference materials
1. Crawley, F., M. Preston, and B. Tyler: “HAZOP: Guide to best practice. Guidelines to best practice for the process and chemical industries”. European Process Safety Centre and Institution of Chemical Engineers, 2000
2. DNV Phast Risk , Det Norske Veritas, 2005, User manual- Version 6.7.
3. IEC 61882. “Hazard and operability studies (HAZOP studies) – Application guide”. International Electro technical Commission, Geneva.
4. IS1656:2006, Indian Standard Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis-Code of Practice, Bureau of Indian Standards, 2006
5. Kyriakdis, I.: “HAZOP - Comprehensive Guide to HAZOP in CSIRO”, CSIRO Minerals, National Safety Council of Australia, 2003
6. Lees, F.P. 1996. Loss Prevention in Process Industries: Hazard identification, Assessment and Control, Vol. 1-3, Butterwort-Heinemann, Oxford, 1245pp.
7. OGP Risk Assessment Data Directory: Report No.434-1, Process Release Frequencies, March 2010.
8. OISD - GDN - 169, OISD Guidelines on Small LPG bottling plants (Design and Fire Protection Facilities), Oil Industry Safety Directorate, Amended edition, 2011.
9. OISD Standard - 116, Fire Protection Facilities for Petroleum Refineries and Oil/Gas Processing Plants, Oil Industry Safety Directorate, Amended edition, 2002
10. OISD Standard - 144, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Installations, Oil Industry Safety Directorate, Second edition, 2005.
11. OISD Standard - 150, Design and Safety Requirements for Liquefied Petroleum Gas Mounded Storage Facility, Oil Industry Safety Directorate, 2013.