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Net Zero Preparedness – Consultancy & Courses

Net Zero Preparedness

Cogent Skills is an external expert provider to help you prepare your Assets, People and Systems for Net Zero changes.

Regulatory Inspectors need businesses to demonstrate that they ensure operational compliance for Process Safety Management, Competence and Human Factors, by having access to competent Persons and Systems. A business needs to meet it’s legal operational obligations – especially within the primary process safety legislation of the Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) Regulations  This can be an internal or external resource.

Cogent Skills is your EXTERNAL expert resource

If businesses are not putting Net Zero into their Strategy now – then they should be!

Max Walker. H.S.E. Head of Onshore Chemicals Strategy & Divisional Support | Chemicals, Explosives & Microbiological Hazards Division.

Who is it for?

Board Members, Directors, Managers and Supervisors – responsible for the safe operations of Assets, People, Systems and the Environment

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Why do you need it?

Clean technologies, such as wind, carbon capture and hydrogen plus the decarbonisation of transport, industry and power, will lead the world into a new Green Industrial Revolution. However, adapting to change means that businesses must ensure that their workforce competence management, process safety compliance and existing systems are fit for purpose.

This confirmed in a strong message from a UK Competent Authority Lead

Within the HM Government’s 10-point plan for Net Zero Energy Transition (2021), there will be a significant investment of public money in carbon reduction solutions. For COMAH and High Hazard Sites, there will be a huge change in process safety technologies, along with a need to review their workforce’s competency skills and systems.

Businesses need to build understanding about any changes and ask themselves ‘Are your existing systems fit for purpose?’ Especially if a site is adapting to Hydrogen or Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage, as anything that is compressed or liquefied may create more safety or environmental issues.

COMAH and High Hazard businesses also need to be addressing their workforce competence management and process safety systems compliance, ahead of the curve of change – especially if they will be Repurposing or Decommissioning their assets. New entrants or innovative Net Zero solutions providers need to be aware of COMAH site compliance regulations during their development phase

Max Walker. H.S.E. Head of Onshore Chemicals Strategy & Divisional Support | Chemicals, Explosives & Microbiological Hazards Division.

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