Process Safety Management Online Training

RedVector is excited to announce the completion of its Process Safety Management Training Series, now with 10 additional PSM courses:

  • Employee Participation
    Employee Participation is a critical part of PSM that enhances overall effectiveness in areas including Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) and Incident Investigation.
  • Operating Procedures
    Most PSM covered processes are complex operations, and the need for clear operating procedures is critical in order to maintain a safe and healthy work environment.
  • Training
    Effective training is needed to ensure the safe operation of oftentimes complex operations or abnormal conditions.
  • Contractors
    Contractors perform crucial activities on PSM covered processes and need to understand potential hazards of their work environment.
  • Pre-Startup Safety Review
    Startup and shutdown are potentially the two most dangerous times for a PSM process, and personnel need to be familiar with the processes.

  • Hot Work Permits
    Hot Work Permits are one of the fundamental components of occupational safety.
  • Incident Investigations
    Learning from past incidents and investigating the root causes of these incidents can help us be prepared and prevent history from repeating itself.
  • Emergency Planning & Resource
    The elements of the emergency action plan must be implemented in order to pre-plan for emergencies involving hazardous chemicals.
  • Compliance Audits
    OSHA believes that audits are extremely important functions of the PSM process because they serve as a self-evaluation for employers to measure the overall effectiveness of the system.
  • Trade Secrets
    OSHA’s primary objective is ensuring employee safety and health by preventing the release of highly hazardous chemicals, though some companies keep millions of dollars in trade secrets related to PSM.