LPG and Safety Training for Inspectors in the Downstream Petroleum Industry

    LPG is an excellent, environmentally friendly fuel with hundreds of millions of satisfied consumers across all parts of the world.

    Like all forms of energy, LPG is potentially hazardous if mishandled or misused. The promotion of safety is invariably one, of the key aims of any organisation involved in the downstream industry.

    Hence this course is particularly designed for field inspectors as an essential aspect of ensuring compliance as well as the maintenance of safety standards and procedures.

    It seeks to inform participants with a thorough understanding of the day-to-day safe operations of a LPG. It is a foundation course to take by all workers in these facilities.

Course Information:

Online 15 hours Flexi-date£2,500.00
In-House Agreed with client FlexiblePOA
Dubai 5 days 20 August 2023£5,250.00
London 5 days 16 October 2023£5,250.00

If you are unable to attend this course on the dates above, please contact us to discuss alternative options.
Please note that prices shown above are exclusive of VAT (20%).

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    Who should attend?

      The participants are field inspectors who have been undertaking inspections at LPG and Filling Station installations for the past six years. They either have environmental science background, electrical engineering background.
      In addition, this course would also benefit personnel working in the downstream gas industry or anyone wishing to get involve in Gas Marketing and Gas Transportation.
      It would also be of interest to new entrants and downstream operators.


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      This course will provide participants with the knowledge required to understand the hazards and controls associated with LPG when dealing with the delivery, storage and dispensing of the product and know how to respond to emergency situations in the facilities. Key Objectives:

      • Enhance a thorough understanding and awareness of the LPG and downstream activity
      • Review and revise, where necessary, its emergency preparedness and response procedures, in particular after the occurrence of accidents or emergency situations.
      • Be able to make industry, emergency response authorities, and the community at large aware of hazards within a community
      • Develop a coordinated emergency response plan that can effectively handle accidents before these develop into major disasters
      • Train and refresh inspectors and those involved in the downstream supply chain on improving and enhancing response in an emergency


    The nature & character of LPG and it’s transportation

      • What is LPG
      • Oil and Gas Transportation Agreements
      • The contractual arrangements put in place for getting petroleum from the wellhead to the market place
      • Off taking and transporting Oil & Gas (pipeline or ship)
      • Typical terms of a Gas Pipeline Transportation and Processing Agreement (TPA)
      • Transportation (or Trans-shipment) of crude oil and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) or Gas to Liquids (GTL)
      • International practices and model contracts
      • Crude oil: the world’s most actively traded commodity
      • Crude oil: sold by a producer or their agents through a variety of contractual arrangements
      • The key differences and similarities between gas/LNG sales and crude oil
      • Sale of natural gas (GSAs) and LNG SPAs for physical delivery

    Key Responsibilities & Regulatory Framework

      • LPG Producer/Supplier/Marketer
      • Equipment and Appliance Manufacturer/Supplier
      • Contractor/Installer
      • Distributor/Agent/Dealer/Retailer
      • Consumer
      • LPG Association
      • National and Local Authorities
      • Retail Service Station
      • General Regulatory Framework
      • Points to be Regulated Directly
      • Points to be Regulated Indirectly

    LPG – Safety, Distribution Chain and Trans-Shipment Terminal

      • Physical Properties
      • Inherent Hazards/Potential Risks
      • Basic Safety Principles
      • Product Classification and Labelling
      • LPG Distribution Chain – Classification and Activities
      • Implementation of Basic Safety Disciplines
      • Trans-Shipment Terminal – General
      • Refrigerated/Pressure Shipping and Storage
      • Single/Multi-Product Terminal Operation

    Inland Transportation & Bulk Storage and Handling

      • Primary Distribution in Bulk
      • Secondary Distribution in Bulk and Cylinders
      • Bulk Storage and Handling – General
      • Single/Multi-Grade Operation
      • Technical Options – Types of Storage
      • Technical Options – Product Transfer
      • Safety Systems for Operation
      • Care and Maintenance of Cylinders
      • Technical Options for Cylinder Filling
      • Storage and Handling
      • Safety Systems for Operation
      • Bulk Supply and Delivery
      • Safety Systems for Operation
      • Consumer Installation and Usage – General
      • Role and Duty of the Installer
      • Appliance Installation, Inspection, Servicing
      • Domestic and Commercial Applications
      • Consumer Safety Awareness

    Managing Safety & emergency Planning & Response

      • Managing Safety
      • Management Commitment and Leadership
      • Policy, Objectives, Action Plans, Resources
      • Laws, Regulations, Standards and Codes
      • Hazard Identification, Evaluation, Quantification, Mitigation
      • Systematic Review, Corrective Action
      • The Internet of Things (IoT)
      • Emergency Planning and Response
      • The APELL Process
      • Fire-fighting Principles, Procedures
      • Internal, External Responses
      • Investigation, Corrective Action, Follow-up
      • International Best Practices

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