Event Tree Analysis Training

(Event Tree Analysis-ETA) 1 Day

You will be able to evaluate the effects of undesired events and perform probability calculations

Purpose of the Program

Participants are tools for viewing and evaluating the results of adverse events, both during design and during process sequence, starting from the treatment areas according to IEC 62502, the Event Tree Analysis (ETA) standard. To convey how this tool can be used in their work and to reinforce the work done with sample treatments.

Output Program

At the end of the program, participants will be able to evaluate the effects of undesirable events and to make probability calculations.

Who can participate in the Program?

Employers / Employer Appellants, Production Managers, Quality Managers, Maintenance Managers, Other Managers, Warehouse Managers, Process Safety Assigned Persons,

Occupational Safety Specialists, Workplace Doctors, Healthcare Personnel

Chemistry / Electrical / Mechanical Engineers and Technicians, Employees in Other Fields

Learning Content

- Event Tree Analysis – ETA Explanation of IEC-62502 methodology,

- Integration with Scope, Content, Treatment Criteria and Other Techniques,

- Making Sample Treatments

- Scenarios in the Root Cause and Effect Analysis Techniques Module,

- Terms, Symbols and Definitions,

- Event tree definitions and structure,

- Combinations with other reliability analysis techniques,

- Development and evaluation,

- Required system information

- Fault tree graphical representation and structure,,

- Development and evaluation of event tree,

- Event tree construction,

- Failure rate calculation in event tree analysis,

- Identification and labeling in event tree

- Parallel, event tree representation of active backup,

- Creating examples of event trees,

- The definition of the system or interest activity,

- Identification of relevant initiator events,

- Identification of mitigation factors and physical phenomena

- Identify various mitigation factors that may affect the progress of the initiation event,

- Definitions and quantities of sequences and results,

- Analysis of results,

- Use of Event Tree results.