Tecsa S.r.l. is a specialist consulting company operating for more than 40 years both nationally and internationally in the following fields: process safety and industrial risk analysis, functional safety and reliability engineering, fire risk assessment, fire prevention and fire-fighting engineering, health and safety in the workplace, HSE management and audit systems.
This online seminar intends to provide a reasoned analysis of the requirements of Legislative Decree 105/2015 with respect to the possibilities offered by the IEC 61511 standard, illustrating the points of convergence of a holistic approach that today appears increasingly strategic for organizations.
This training seminar lasting one hour and twenty minutes intends to illustrate how the analysis of the root causes allows the enhancement of the operational experience of each organization, regardless of type, size and working environment, allowing the pursuit of continuous improvement, a paradigm of each management system.
Bow-Tie and LOPA techniques The course, lasting a total of 8 hours, aims to provide an overview of your techniques, which are strictly interconnected, for risk assessment activities in the process industry: the Bow-Tie diagram and the analysis of protection levels independent LOPA. The course is an introduction to the risk assessment and control approach […]
This 8 hour training course provides an overview of the main techniques of preliminary hazard analysis (PHA) for the industrial safety of plants in the chemical process industry both onshore and offshore. The introductory course is aimed at HSE managers, plant designers and process engineers, instrumentation and automation engineers, safety consultants and risk analysts as […]
The requirements of Legislative Decree 105/2015 The course aims to provide an overview of Legislative Decree 26 June 2015, n. 105. “Implementation of Directive 2012/18 / EU relating to the control of the danger of major accidents connected with dangerous substances”. This legislation on the risks of major accidents (also known as the “Seveso Regulation”) […]
The IEEE, an international association dedicated to technology and progress, has recently reviewed the book “Principles of forensic engineering applied to industrial accidents” by Luca Fiorentini and Luca Marmo, defining it a valid tool for “learning from real or near-accident accidents and to improve the security“.
Rosario Sicari, risk analyst in TECSA, completed the PECB ISO 31000 Risk Manager course organized by PECB in collaboration with Chaos Consulting last November, 27th.
TECSA S.r.l. is launching, for 2021, a series of high-level training events aimed at specific safety topics