This course will be delivered online via MS Teams on 2 consecutive days (2 and 3 November) in 2 sessions from 09:30 to 12:30 on each day
On completion of the course attendees shall be:
•Able to explain what are the key elements within the PSR, GS(M)R and RIDDOR regulations, which areas require performance monitoring, and what success criteria looks like
•Able to outline what requires notification to the regulatory body and the required timescales
•Able to clearly identify what requires the submission of a RIDDOR report to the regulator
•Able to outline the key contents of the MAPD (Major Accident Prevention Document) and GS(M)R Safety Case
•Able to explain the purpose of the Regulatory enforcing body (e.g. Health and Safety Executive) and their powers under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974
•Able to reference a list of relevant Regulatory Guidance documents, Approved Codes of Practice (ACoPs) and importantly Pipeline Standards that should be followed when looking at whether compliance is being adequately implemented
•Key requirements of PSR, GS(M)R and RIDDOR in relation to pipelines and
•What is a pipeline within the meaning of PSR
•What constitutes a network within the meaning of GS(M)R
•What requires notification to the Regulator and when to submit
•RIDDOR reporting requirements in particular what are dangerous occurrences on
a pipeline or pipeline network
•The key elements of documents such as the MAPD or Gas Safety Case
•Examples of industry best practice, processes and procedures that industry adopts will also be outlined
Who should attend?
Engineers, Managers, QHSE personnel and Regulators who are looking to gain further experience and understanding of the UK’s onshore and offshore pipeline Regulatory Regime.
Existing or new operators of pipelines or pipeline networks whether operating as high-pressure (Major Accident Hazard) pipelines or a low pressure gas distribution network.
About the trainer
The course will be delivered by Duraid Alkazraji who has worked 20 years within the pipeline industry and spent 7 years working as pipelines inspector within the Gas and Pipelines Unit of the HSE working both onshore and offshore. Duraid was involved in a number of major incident investigations, prosecutions and enforcements as a pipeline inspector.