In this course, you will discover the concepts and principles of risk management and the identification and analysis of pipeline risk using suitable assessment methods. You will gain an all-round understanding of pipeline risk management, the factors influencing pipeline risk and why risk assessment is required.
On completion of this course, you will be able to define and distinguish between differing risk analysis methods and techniques. You will also be able to list the threats to pipelines leading to loss of containment, understand the consequences of pipeline failure and the role of mitigation in managing risk, and recognize risk management concepts.
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Estimated 8 hours
Live, online session
Satisfies the learning requirement for
Pipeline Risk Management CS009F
Certificate of completion, plus
Continued Professional Development hours
This Virtual Training course runs over two days, this includes breaks plus a question and answer sessions (30 minutes per day). Additionally, you will have access to the following selected Competency Club E-Learns prior the program start date: Introduction to Risk Analysis (CS043A), Introduction to Probability of Failure Analysis (CS044A) and Introduction to Consequence Analysis (CS045A).
Ian Diggory is the Principal Consultant at ROSEN (UK). Over 40 years in the oil and gas industry, mainly working on risk models. Joined the industry as an acoustics consultant at British Gas’ Engineering Research Station, following 5 years research into environmental noise. Studied physics and mathematics at university, followed by postgraduate studies in nuclear structure and cosmic ray physics. Published papers on a range of topics from antiprotons in cosmic rays, to traffic noise through to machine learning.