Hazard Identification (HAZID) is a brainstorming workshop with a multi-disciplinary team to identify potential hazards. HAZID studies may be broad in their scope and thus have a wide applicability. HAZID typically examines all reasonably possible sources of hazard during project design, construction, installation, and decommissioning activities, and for proposed changes to existing operations.
This course will help you better understand the methodology and how to conduct a HAZID study effectively in the management of process safety and environmental and asset integrity scenarios. The course includes example of key hazards identified in ammonia and urea plants.