Uncategorized

ByAdmin Koma

JHA | Job hazard analysis

Instructor: Ir.IJ.Kasdadi, MT.

Bandung | 08 Mei 20019 | 25 June 2019 |

Course Objectives:

This course is intended to provide knowledge and understanding of the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA). In the early part of this training will be discussed terminologies related JHA such as hazard, risk, incident, and so forth. The discussion will be carried out fully, both procedures, the stages of JSA, as well regarding any hazard hazard-related job and its analysis. To complement the participants’ understanding of the Permit to Work (PTW), several risk assessment methods and examples of JHA / JSA from some companies also will be reviewed in this training. Generally, after this training, the participants are expected to gain knowledge and understanding of JHA thoroughly.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to Course
  • Hazard, Safety & Risk Terminologies (safety terminologies, hazard, risk, incident, accident, safety work, etc)
  • The Hierarchy of Controls (Engineering controls, Management controls, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), etc)
  • Identifying types of hazards (Pressure, Mechanical, Flammability/Fire, Explosives, Electrical Contact, Chemical Reactions, etc)
  • Accident Types (Contact-with, Caught-on, Caught-in, Caught-between, Fall-to-surface, Fall-to-below, etc)
  • Potential Major Accidents in Field (Blowouts, Riser & Pipeline releases, Process Hydrocarbon Releases – Fire & Explosion, Ship Collision, Transportation Accidents, Structural damage, etc)
  • Who Perform JSA/JHA & Why Conduct a JSA?
  • Steps of Job Hazard Analysis (JHA form, Watch the work being done, Describe the hazards in each step of the task, etc)
  • Permit to Work (PTW) System (PTW form, cold work, hot work, confined space entry, formal procedure, etc)
  • Application of JHA in Risk Assessment Program (Risk Assessment Code, Risk Assessment Matrix, etc)
  • Risk Assessment Methods (what if, checklist, Event Tree Analysis / ETA,  Fault Tree Analysis / FTA, etc)
  • JHA practices and JHA examples from some companies
Intended Audience
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) safety training is designed for construction workers and managers who are responsible for the safety of their job site according to OSHA regulations. We encourage all employees to use this information to analyze their own jobs, to recognize workplace hazards and how to report them.
  • Construction Foremen
  • Construction Supervisors
  • Construction Workers

Features and Benefits

By taking Click Safety’s Job Hazard Analysis online safety course, you will be able to identify common hazards and to conduct an analysis for your workplace. When you have successfully completed this course, you will:
  • Know how to conduct a job hazard analysis
  • Understand the risk assessment code
  • Be prepared to use a job hazard analysis

 

ByAdmin Koma

Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS): ISA, IEC

08 May 2019 |25 June 2019 |

Instructor:

Dr.Ir.Endra Joelianto

Expert in control engineering and industrial automation

Course Objectives:

Description:

 

Most of today’s computer controlled industrial processes involve large amounts of energy and have the potential for devastating accidents. Reliable, well-engineered safety systems are essential for

Protection against destruction and loss of life. This course is an intensive practical and valuable exposure to the most vital, up-to-date information and practical know-how to enable you to participate in hazard studies and specify, design, install and operate the safety and emergency shutdown systems in your plant, using international safety practices. This course will provide you with a broad understanding of the latest safety instrumentation practices and their applications to functional safety in manufacturing and process industries. This course could save your business a fortune in possible downtime and financial loss.

 

The objectives of the course are to:

  • Expand your practical knowledge in the application of safety instrumented systems (SIS) as applied to industrial processes
  • Provide you with the knowledge of the latest standards dealing with each stage o the safety life cycle from the initial evaluation of hazards to the detailed engineering and maintenance of safety instrumented systems
  • Give you the ability to plan hazard and risk assessment studies, then design, implement and maintain the safety systems to ensure high reliability
  • Assist your company to implement functional safety measures to international standards

 

Topics Covered:

Although a basic understanding of electrical engineering principles is essential, even those with a superficial knowledge will substantially benefit by attending this course. In particular, if you work in any of the following areas, you will benefit: Instrumentation and control engineers and technicians, Design, installation and maintenance engineers and technicians in the process industries, Managers and sales professionals employed by end users, Systems integrators or consultants, Consulting electrical engineers, Plant engineers and instrument technicians, Operations technicians, Electrical maintenance technicians and supervisors, Instrumentation and control system engineers, Process control engineers, Mechanical engineers

Contents:

  • Introduction to SIS
  • Definitions, Overview, Standards
  • IEC 61508, IEC 61511 and ISA S84
  • Hazards and Risk Reduction
  • Hazard Studies
  • Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
  • Safety Requirements Specifications
  • Safety Integrity Level (SIL)
  • Technology Choices
  • Conceptual Design
  • Reliability Analysis
  • Safety in Field Instruments and Devices
  • Engineering the Safety Systems Hardware
  • Engineering the Application Software
  • Overall Planning
  • Installation and Commissioning
  • Validation and Operation
  • Management of Change
  • Justification of SIS
ByAdmin Koma

Metering System and Custody Transfer

14 MAY 2019 |26 June 2019

Instructor :

Augie Widyotriatmo.ST.MT.PHd

 

This course is developed for engineers and technicians who need to have a practical knowledge of selection, installation and commissioning of fiscal metering equipment. It is for those primarily involved in achieving effective results in industrial processes. This would involve the design, specification and implementation of control and measurement equipment. The course focuses on practical applications, with special attention to installation considerations and application limitations when selecting or installing different measurement or control instruments for fiscal metering.

 

COURSE OUTLINE:

1. Introduction to Fiscal and Custody:

2. Basic Fluid Flow

3. Performance Characteristic of Flowmeter

4. Head Flow Meter

5. Calibration of Flow Meters in Air/Gas/Water and Oil Medium

6. Turbin Meter

7. Standard AGA 3 and AGA-7 AGA-9

8. Ultrasonic Flow Meter

9. Coriolis Meter

10. Proving Flow Meter API

11. Calculation Sample

 

Click here for complete syllabus : metering and custody silabus

ByAdmin Koma

Quality Control And Assurance

15 May 2019 | 27 June 2019

Instructor : Ir. Widodo

This interactive course is designed to develop the delegates’ skills in quality assurance and control and give them the best practices they require to implement different types of quality programmes within their organization. Quality assurance and control are integral components of a quality management system that ensure that the product or service being delivered meets the customer’s expectations.

Quality Inspection and Quality Assurance trainings topic:

  • Introduction to Quality Assurance and Control Techniques
  • A QA/QC plan
  • General QC procedures
  • Understanding Suppliers
  • Requirements Goods Received
  • Storage Requirements Goods
  • Application MSDS
  • Election of Conveyance
  • Procedures Packing
  • Requirements

 

Organisational Impact

  • Increase profitability and efficiency
  • Enhance planning, quality assurance and quality control measures

 

Personal Impact

  • An increased appreciation for their role in helping their organisation achieve improved quality assurance and control
  • Up-to-date techniques and methods to help them provide Total Quality Management for continual improvement

Download full syllabus here : All About Quality

ByAdmin Koma

Bearing Lubrication and Maintenance

02 Mei 2018 | 28 Juni 2018

The objective of this training is to:

  • Equip participants to gain efficiency in maintaining bearings and belt conveyors.
  • Keep conveyor systems running longer and producing more.
  • Reduce your bulk material handling maintenance costs

The course covers the critical factors of bearing design, bearing protection, bearing installation and bearing lubrication. The focus of the course is to help tradespeople understand the important part maintenance technicians play in providing long bearing life, and to provide them with the knowledge they need to ensure and improve bearing and lubrication health. The course content is structured to give Attendees a good grasp of the engineering and science of bearing operation and bearing lubrication requirements. Particular focus is put on understanding why bearings fail and what needs to be done to prevent failure. This allows Attendees to identify problems in the operation’s plant and equipment and have the knowledge to action the right corrective measures.

Hasil gambar untuk bearing

 

Welcome and Introduction

Reliability and Equipment Failure

  • Physics of Failure
  • Failure curves
  • Materials of Construction
  • Stress and Strain

Bearing Failures

  • Failure modes
  • Tell-tale failure symptoms
  • Activity: Failure Cause and Effect

Bearing Requirements and Limitations

  • Roller bearing designs
  • Plain bearings designs

Shafts ,Housing

  • Design requirements
  • Roundness ,Straightness
  • Design requirements
  • Fixed and moving bearing

Lubrication and Its Requirements

  • Oil chemistry
  • Grease chemistry
  • Contamination protection

Lubrication in Bearings

  • Surface lubrication types (Tribology)
  • Roller bearing lubrication behaviour
  • Plain bearing lubrication behaviour

 Lubrication Cleanliness

  • ISO particle count number
  • Filtration and filters

Bearing Installation

  • Fits and Tolerance
  • Shafts, seals and housings
  • Roller bearings ,Plain bearings

Creative Disassembly

  • Pre-strip down ,During strip down
  • During assembly
  • Activity : Identifying causes of bearing failures

Condition Monitoring

  • Acoustics ,Temperature
  • Magnetic Plug ,Wear Particle
  • Vibration

Develop Installation Procedures

  • Accuracy control requirements
  • Engineering standards
ByAdmin Koma

PREVENTIVE and PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE

PREVENTIVE and PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE

Instruktur : Ir.Ating Sudrajat.MSc

23 Juli 2019 | 27 Agustus 2019 |27 Nov 2019 |18 Desember 2019

OBJECTIVE

Preventive and predictive maintenance is a maintenance system which very reliable to prevent some sudden troubles or breakdown that may happened on factory’s tools/ equiptments. The sudden troubles are very potential things that caused a big loss in production process. The effects of this problem are some failure to achieve production target, the lack of personnel, unprepared spare parts, etc. Preventive and predictive maintenance application system starts from standard arranging, activity planning, realization supervising, and, as the finish line is, evaluating and analyzing the maintenance’s result.
This course is designed for manager, supervisor, engineer, planer, foreman, and technician. Also, for those who are in operations, engineering and purchasing division and who would like to acquire an understanding of how the quality of the maintenance function affects their function.

COURSE OUTLINE

WHY PREVENTIVE & PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE

  • Apprising maintenance performance and effectiveness
  • Typical maintenance controls
  • Reactive maintenance
  • Anticipative maintenance
  • Why preventive maintenance
  • Preventive Predictive maintenance objectives
  • Preventive Predictive maintenance prerequisites
  • Preventive maintenance feasibility analysis
  • PM program functions
  • Cost impact

DEVELOPING THE PREVENTIVE PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

  • Assignment of organizational responsibilities typical maintenance functional assignments operational concepts
  • Equipment to be included
  • Developing the inspection sheet
  • ECS rating sheet as cross reference
  • Sample of equipment components
  • Spare parts and material needs
  • Inspection sheet examples
  • Determining the frequency cycle
  • Developing job safety practices – typical examples
  • Considering manual versus computerization

IMPLEMENTATION OF PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

CONTROLLING THE PREVENTIVE PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCESS

  • Preventive maintenance administration
  • Planned maintenance
  • Control reporting
  • Assurance of work performed
  • Conformance and auditing
  • Feedback evaluation/corrective action cycle

 

ByAdmin Koma

Layanan Kami

KOMA melakukan pekerjaan mengacu pada ruang lingkup yang telah direkomendasi yang tertuang dalam akta pendiriannya ref pasal 2, diantaranya adalah :

Melakukan kegiatan usaha perdagangan

Melakukan kegiatan usaha jasa & konsultan pada umumnya, terutama jasa konsultasi bidang pelatihan dan ketrampilan

Beberapa kegiatan lain yang tercakup dalam rekomendasi yang tertuang dalam akta pendiriannya adalah jasa instalasi jaringan serta maintenance computer serta konsultasi bidang pertambangan, manajemen, serta pelatihan yang berkenaan dengan kegiatan tersebut diatas.

ByAdmin Koma

About Us

Pada bidang Training and Consulting services KOMA memfokuskan bekerja sama dengan beberapa instansi pemerintah dan swasta. Oleh banyak instansi baik pemerintah maupun swasta, Koma telah dipercaya menyelenggarakan pelatihan baik secara public maupun secara inhouse.

ByAdmin Koma

KOMA Training and Consultancy (KTC)

Alamat : Komplek Cibeureum Raya A7/ 40 Bandung

|Telpon & Fax : 022 – 6071430

|E-mail : komacenter@komatraining.co.id | info@komatraining.co.id

|www.komatraining.co.id