SOG Academy, the esteemed training wing of SynergenOG, recently delivered a comprehensive Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) training course in Jakarta, Indonesia. The prime objective of this dynamic course was to arm the participants with the critical techniques and strategies that will enable them to execute a QRA with proficiency.
Developed strictly following the resources authorized by CPD, UK, the QRA Training Course incorporated critical modules such as an Introduction to QRA Training, Hazard Identification (HAZID), Consequence Modeling, Release Frequency Analysis, Event Tree Analysis, Risk Calculation & Risk Acceptance Criteria, Non-hydrocarbon Hazard Analysis (NHHA), and ALARP & Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA).
As is customary with all of the offerings from SOG Academy, the recent QRA Training Course laid emphasis on imparting hands-on knowledge, presenting the participants with a practical approach to the intricate science of risk assessment.
The QRA training took a deep dive into different facets of quantitative risk analysis, right from adopting a structured technique for hazard identification (HAZID), carrying out consequences modeling, frequency analysis of releases to comprehending the results of sophisticated event tree analysis. The extensive course emphasized risk calculation and how to determine acceptable risk criteria.
The training sessions also included an in-depth examination of non-hydrocarbon hazard analysis (NHHA) along with a comprehensive understanding of ALARP (As Low As Reasonably Practicable) and Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA). These modules aimed to provide a robust framework for participants to effectively manage and mitigate potential risks within their operating environments.
SynergenOG’s SOG Academy remains committed to delivering high-quality training courses, setting the standard for industry-specific education.
The Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) training course in Jakarta is another demonstration of SOG Academy’s dedication to education and professional development, addressing the ever-evolving needs of risk management professionals across the globe.