SOP MOP Workshop

On-Site Workshop SOP & MOP Development

Process safety requires that for every activity, a standard operating procedure with clearly written instructions must be available, implemented and be reviewed at a predefined frequency to cater for any changes in technology or competence of the personnel involved in the process. Moreover, employers must certify that the procedures are current and updated.

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SOP MOP Course Information

Duration

3 Day Workshop

Description

The purpose of this workshop is to develop an understanding of the requirements for developing and maintaining Proper Standardized Operating Procedures (SOP's) and proper Preventive Maintenance (PM's) frequencies, tasks and procedures (MOP's) that will meet the requirements of our industry and that of OSHA and EPA.

This workshop will allow the attendee to bring their current SOP's, PM's and MOP's and review them to ensure they meet all of the requirements (and identify any shortcomings) and/or to understand how to develop SOP's, PM's and MOP's such that they will be correct and meet all of the requirements.

Scope

This course covers:

  • What OSHA and EPA will be looking for
  • Checklist for building SOP's, PM's MOP's
  • Example SOP (Template)
  • Example list of PM frequencies and tasks
  • Example MOP (Template)
  • How to document PM frequencies and tasks
  • How to review and certify SOP's
  • Verification and documentation of the accuracy of SOP's
  • Verification and documentation of the accuracy of MOP's
  • Training requirements for SOP's
  • Training requirements for MOP's

Hands on Workshop

  • Developing and writing SOP's
  • Developing and documenting preventive maintenance frequencies
  • Developing and documenting preventive maintenance task (content)
  • Developing and writing MOP's

Who Should Attend

Industrial refrigeration operators, technicians, end-users, plant managers, plant or process engineers.

What to Bring

Your P&ID's, SOP's, PM's (frequencies and tasks - content) and MOP's for an in-depth dive into the world of SOP's, PM's and MOP's!
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