P&ID interpretation workshop

ACM Facility Safety and Endress+Hauser have announced a training course that teaches how to read and interpret piping and instrumentation diagram (P&ID) drawings to evaluate safety, environmental and regulatory compliance issues. Students will learn about drawings and documents essential to safe day-to-day operation including P&IDs, PFDs, plot plans, electrical area classification drawings, piping drawings, line lists, tie-in lists and shutdown keys.

The ability to read and understand these drawings and documents is a requirement for the analysis of emergency situations and for the assessment of safety, environmental and regulatory compliance issues. Understanding these drawings and documents is also critical when performing process hazards analysis and HAZOP studies.

The course is intended for facilities, operations and maintenance professionals, I&C engineers, engineers in training, mechanical engineers and technologists, health and safety/HSE professionals, and engineers responsible for process hazards analysis, HAZOP and safeguarding studies.

The course will be held at Endress+Hauser’s Process Training Unit in Greenwood, Indiana on 24 – 25 February 2015, and again on 28 – 29 April 2015. Registration is available on the Endress+Hauser website.

Adapted from a press release by Emma McAleavey.

Published on 08/01/2015

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