OISD Standards & Regulations For Marketing Operations

03rd - 04th December 2018 Mumbai

Course Description

OISD Standards & Regulations For Marketing Operations

OISD Standards & Regulations, Petroleum marketing operations are spread across the length & breadth of the country by means of “Storage Depots”, POL Receiving & Dispatch Facilities”, “Road Transportation” & “Retail Operations”.

COURSE GENESIS:
Petroleum marketing operations are spread across the length & breadth of the country by means of “ Storage Depots”, POL Receiving & Dispatch Facilities”, “Road Transportation” & “Retail Operations”. Each of these marketing operations has different kinds of societal risks which need to be mitigated by safety in design & operations. Continuous up-gradation of process safety knowledge as per the Standards & Best Engineering Practices plays a very vital role in achieving this objective.
A parliamentary committee vides their report dated 25.07.2018, furnished the incidents & fatality statistics of petroleum installations. As part of their recommendations, the Parliamentary Committee has reemphasized the need for continual training.

Who Should Attend:
o Executives of Oil Marketing Companies.
o Depot Incharge(s) for Pipeline Installations.
o Petroleum Products Handling Companies.
o Engineering Consultancy Companies.
o EPC Contracting Companies.
o Companies conducting Safety Audits for POL Organizations.
 
This two days course has been designed to
Cover the safety requirements (Regulations & Standards)
All facets of POL marketing operations from Plant Design & Operations, Fire Protection facilities, Transportation & Retailing.
 
For registration contact us on 022-62210100 or +91-7045544805 or email us on info@marcepinc.com

Training Agenda

Training Agenda for OISD Standards & Regulations For Marketing Operations

1) The growth of Petroleum Industry & its Safety Challenges

2) Regulatory bodies for Petroleum Safety.

3) Marketing Installations –Design & Operations (OISD 244)
a) Plant Layout Philosophy
b) Safety Distances between Tankages, LPG Storages, Horton Spheres, Utilities, Buildings etc.
c) Provisions as per M. B. Lal committee recommendations

4) Fire Protection at POL Installations (OISD 117)
a) Design Consideration for fire fighting systems.
b) Passive fire protection considerations.

5) Asset Integrity Management: Maintenance & Inspection requirements, in order to maintain uninterrupted operations. Following Standards shall be explained in detail:
a) OISD 129: Inspection of Storage Tanks
b) OISD 130/ 132: Inspection of Piping Systems & Pressure Relieving Systems.

6) Electrical Safety
a) Area Classification & Selection of Electrical items (OISD 113)
b) Static Electricity-Safety in operation (OISD 110)

7) Safety at Retail Outlets (OISD-225)
a) Design & Operations Safety

8) Safety in Transportation of Petroleum Products
a) Petroleum Rules for Transportation
b) Safe transportation of Bulk Petroleum (OISD 157)
c) POL tank lorry design (OISD 167)

9) Case Studies: Real Incident Case Studies with root cause analysis & corrective measures shall be shared. Some of the indicative case studies given as below
a) Tank's Pontoon Box Internal Painting-Fire
b) Lightning fire in External Floating Roof Tanks.
c) Tank farm fire because of poor electrical items.

For registration contact us on 022-62210100 or +91-7045544805 or email us on info@marcepinc.com

 

Course Director

Course Director: Mr. A. K. Arora He is a graduate Mechanical Engineer from IIT-BHU. He served the Hydrocarbon Industry in India & Gulf for about 35 years in the fields of “Process Safety”, “Construction Safety”, “Engineering Services” “Asset Integrity” & “ Projects Management”. Before superannuation from one of the Maharatna Company, he served as In-charge (Process & Engineering), Oil Industry Safety Directorate, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, on deputation basis. Presently he serves as safety councilor, campaigner & Practitioner for Petroleum Industry & its business laterals.
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