10 Steps To Implementing The OSHA PSM Standard For Small To Medium Sized Organizations(29CFR:1910.119)
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  • Duration : 90 Minutes
  • Level : Beginner
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Deidre Tate is an independent certified, John C. Maxwell Speaker, Trainer & Business Coach. Deidre has spent 20 plus years in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries transforming underperforming safety cultures and environmental compliance programs at companies like Allied-Signal (Honeywell), Bausch & Lomb, AstraZeneca, Syngenta (Novartis), Johnson-Matthey and Oil & Gas Refineries. Along the way she became a master trainer, PSM Auditor& meeting facilitator delivering more than 10,000 learning & development training hours in process safety, environmental stewardship, emergency planning, risk mgt., teambuilding, leadership principles, and diversity. Deidre holds a B.S. from Michigan State University and has completed post-graduate studies in the College of Chemical Engineering at Wayne State University where she received Certification as a Hazardous Waste Manager.

The speaker will address the implementation and interrelationships of all 14 PSM Elements. As an attendee, you gain valuable insight into best practices that maximize program effectiveness, steps for implementing key PSM Elements such as Operating Procedures, Hazard Analysis, Management of Change, Mechanical Integrity, Employee Participation, and Compliance Audits.

  • Gain understanding of how to deploy the appropriate methods and tools that translate your good intentions into visible improvements in PSM performance
  • 10 steps & techniques that facilitate best practice integration with existing business operations
  • Setting compliance plan objectives including recordkeeping, reporting & metrics
  • Learn how to manage process risks that support your organization's sustainability initiatives
  • Ensure equipment is maintained and avoid the disastrous consequence of poor management and planning

Turn your good intentions into visible improvements in PSM performance. Regardless of the industry, unexpected releases of highly hazardous chemicals including toxic, reactive, flammable and explosive materials continue to occur. There is a potential for an accidental release any time they are not properly controlled. A proper PSM compliance program can help your organization reduce the possibility of a chemical release disaster.

Areas Covered

  • Review of basic Process Safety Management, (PSM) system requirements
  • 10 steps & techniques that facilitate best practice integration with existing business operations
  • Setting compliance plan objectives including recordkeeping, reporting & metrics
  • Roadmap to PSM compliance
  • Improve integration with other management system standards
  • How to minimize the administrative burden of documenting compliance
  • Take away valuable techniques that can be applied today that get employees engaged and correctly prioritize your Process Safety Management task list.

Course Level - Basic/Fundamental

Who Should Attend   

This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all PSM regulated and non-regulated companies accountable for ensuring the safety of employees, equipment, processes and/or the management of unplanned releases of highly hazardous chemicals into the environment. The employees who will benefit include:

  • Safety and Health professionals
  • Executive Leadership
  • Health & Environmental Managers
  • Plant and Facility Managers
  • Process Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • PSM Coordinators
  • Corporate Safety Managers
  • Sustainability Managers
  • Business Development Leaders
  • Quality Professionals
  • ISO Administrators
  • Insurance & Risk Managers

Why Should Attend

OSHA has reported that an organization’s inability to recognize, understand or control process hazards is the common root cause in catastrophic process safety incidents. PSM program effectiveness can’t be measured using classic OSHA injury/illness statistics and logs. This presentation will equip you with a PSM assurance process that allows seamless integration with business practices, increases process hazard recognition and implementation of control measures.

  • $149.00

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