Chemical Safety; Relief and Risk Assessment
Learn about the development of sprinkler systems, as well as the classification of hazards, and risk assessment.Publisher: NPTEL
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In this course, you will learn about the design and development of sprinkler systems, as well as the various types of sprinkler systems. The process of installation of sprinkler systems and an introduction to relief system will also be covered in this course. Then, the course will teach you about the various types of relief systems, and then introduce you to relief scenarios.
Then, this course will teach you about the concept of relief sizing, and the definition of hazards and how hazards are classified. You will also learn about the various methods which are used to identify hazards. Lastly, this course will teach you about the health and safety at work act, and various tools available for risk assessment in the workplace.
This course is helpful for learners who want to understand how sprinkler systems are designed and installed, as well as the development process of sprinkler systems. The learner will also be able to understand the importance of relief systems and look at some relief scenarios. Begin this course now to understand the various classifications and methods of identifying hazards.Start Course Now
Introduction to Reliefs
Introduction to Reliefs - Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Reliefs
Type of Reliefs
Introduction to Reliefs - Lesson Summary
Hazards and Risk Assessment
Hazards and Risk Assessment - Learning Outcomes
Hazard and Hazard Identification: Introduction
Hazard Identification Methods and HAZOP
Safety Reviews and Risk Assessment I
Safety Reviews and Risk Assessment II
Hazards and Risk Assessment - Lesson Summary
Having completed this course, you should be able to:
- Discuss the various designs of sprinkler systems.
- Explain the summary of the various types of sprinkler systems.
- Discuss an introduction and the importance of relief system devices.
- Identify the various sources of overpressure.
- Discuss the introduction to various scenarios involving relief systems.
- Discuss the importance of relief sizing.
- Explain the concept of hazards and how hazards are identified.
- Identify hazard identification methods and hazard analysis.
- Explain the concepts of risks and risk assessment.
- Identify the various tools used in risk assessment.
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