All of RMI's services have associated training programmes. Training topics include:
- Risk management systems
- Risk assessment
- Quantitative risk analysis techniques:- Fault tree, Event tree, Bow-Tie, LOPA, SIL, FMEA
RMI can provide training to employees and contractors of organisations to assist in the development and implementation of risk management systems.Risk Assessment
Training can address the range of techniques that can be used to undertake workplace based risk assessment. Courses are tailored to the particular needs of an organisation, and workplace specific examples are used.Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) Study
HAZOP is the key hazard identification technique used in the oil and gas, petrochemical, mining and other process industries. Training courses are provided for HAZOP leaders and participants. Topics covered include: background to HAZOP, basic methodology, group dynamics, team selection, role of chairperson, typical problems encountered, application to unusual circumstances. Training involves a considerable practical component. Where possible courses are tailored to particular organisations' circumstances, and site-specific examples are used.Quantitative Risk Analysis Techniques
Training is provided in the application of consequence modelling techniques to a range of incident scenarios, either as part of quantitative risk analysis or for the purpose of emergency planning. Topics are: calculation of release rates, gas dispersion, fire scenario modelling, explosion, BLEVE, Probit analysis (thermal radiation and toxic releases). Training provides the theoretical basis and practical applications.
A range of techniques for frequency estimation and reliability analysis are presented. Frequency estimation techniques include fault tree and event tree analysis, Bow Tie analysis, SIL studies and LOPA studies.