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SA-01 Phast training

The course introduces the concepts and models, covering all areas of consequence modelling within Phast software.

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Phast software training for hazard risk analysis in the process industry

Training Information

  • Duration:

    3 days

  • Prerequisite:

    The course is suitable for new users and for more experiences users who have not attended a formal training course or would like a refresher course. A basic understanding of hazard analysis and the concept of consequence modelling is required, as is some experience of the process industry

  • Course:

    SA-01 Phast training

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Available dates and venues

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Dates
25-27 September 2018
Venue
DNV GL office, Paris, France (in French)
Register by
04 September 2018
Course fee
EURO 1800 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)
Dates
14-16 October 2018
Venue
Abu Dhabi, UAE
Register by
01 October 2018
Course fee
USD 2250 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)
Dates
22-24 October 2018
Venue
DNV GL office, Katy, Houston, TX, USA
Register by
08 October 2018
Course fee
USD 2250 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Laptop provided by DNV GL
Dates
22-24 October 2018
Venue
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Register by
08 October 2018
Course fee
USD 2250 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)
Dates
28-30 October 2018
Venue
Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Register by
01 October 2018
Course fee
USD 2250 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)
Dates
05-07 November 2018
Venue
Mexico City, Mexico
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22 October 2018
Course fee
USD 2250 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)
Dates
12-14 November 2018
Venue
Madrid, Spain (in Spanish)
Register by
22 October 2018
Course fee
EURO 1800 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)
Dates
26-28 November 2018
Venue
Bogotá, Colombia
Register by
12 November 2018
Course fee
USD 2250 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Need to bring own laptop (with Windows 7, 8 or 10)
Dates
03-05 December 2018
Venue
DNV GL office, London, UK
Register by
Class fully booked
Course fee
GBP 1350 per person, including lunch (excluding tax)
Computer
Laptop provided by DNV GL

Description

This course is an introduction to the concepts and models within Phast software for process hazard analysis. It will cover all areas of consequence modelling within the software, including:

  • Discharge
  • Dispersion
  • Pool formation and evaporation
  • Fires
  • Explosions and toxic effects

You will be required to practice and apply your new knowledge of the software through extensive hands-on workshops.

Learning objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will understand and be able to use the theoretical and practical aspects of Phast. You will be able to create a range of scenarios from scratch, modelling the effects of releases of hazardous material from initial discharge, through dispersion to final flammable and toxic effects. You will also be able to review and understand results and view these in tabular and graphical form and on maps in order to assess the effects of hazardous events and mitigate their consequences.

Target group

Users who need to carry out consequence modelling calculations in the process industries including safety analysts, operators, process design engineers, regulators and legislators, insurance companies, engineering contractors and consultants, or those who need to understand the output of a consequence model performed with Phast.