Practical PSM Application: 2014 Summer Lecture Series

  • 11 Jun 2014
  • 8:15 AM
  • 12 Jun 2014
  • 4:00 PM
  • Firmenich, Inc., 150 Firmenich Way, Port Newark, NJ 07114


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2014 Summer Lecture Series

Practical PSM Application

A two-day modular seminar series on
The practical implementation of OSHA’s
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals - 29 CFR 1910.119

Wednesday, June 11, 2014
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
(Day 1 Agenda)
Thursday, June 12, 2014
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
(Day 2 Agenda)

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PSM is a performance standard. It requires companies to have certain programs in place, but companies may develop their OSHA PSM programs in a way that they think is most effective based on the hazards of their processes and the make-up of the organization.

This seminar will introduce attendees to the OSHA PSM architecture, exploring all 14 key elements of a comprehensive PSM program. Links between PSM elements and the integration of PSM with existing company policies will also be discussed. The focus will not just be on learning the elements of PSM, but on the practical application of those elements in the real world.

Perfect for those who are undergoing, or will undergo an OSHA PSM audit, this seminar will be presented in two 6-our long sessions held on nonconsecutive days to minimize the attendee’s time away from work or disruption of their personal schedule.

The seminar will include lectures as well as break-out sessions. Real-life Case Studies will be used where appropriate. Discussions of the Case Studies will be a group participation activity. OSHA has been invited to speak on the elements of Module 7, on Day 2 of the series.

You may attend either one, or both days of the seminar. Continuing education credit in the form of PDH’s (Professional Development Hours) will be awarded.

Pre-registration is strongly encouraged to assure your place.


  1. Basic performance-based requirements of
    OSHA PSM standards
  2. Jargon for communicating OSHA PSM
    requirements to others throughout the
  3. Specific guidelines for developing written
    programs tailored for each OSHA PSM element
  4. How to avoid costly implementation mistakes
  5. And, for each element:
  • How to begin implementation at your
  • Additional training necessary for
    implementation of specific elements


A general understanding and awareness of
OSHA’s PSM standard is useful but not mandatory.


This seminar is appropriate for all experience


No advanced preparation is required; however, a
review of CFR 1910.119 – Process Safety
Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals
would be useful.


  1. A course notebook containing:
    º Copies of regulations and slides
    º Sources of PSM information including links
    to important websites
    º A list of key PSM performance indicators
  2. Continuing education credit, (i.e.; PDH
    Certificate) commensurate with their instruction

Light refreshments and lunch are included

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