Product / Service / Licensing. Product Name: PHA-Pro™ PHA-Pro, the world's leading PHA and HAZOP software, assists organizations with the implementation of risk studies easily and thoroughly, resulting in a more comprehensive Process Safety Management and safer business processes. PHA-Pro Exploiting the power of Microsoft Access and the ease of use of Micorosoft Excel, Sphera PHA-Pro is the industry leader in HAZOP or Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) recording and evaluation. We have substantial experience in using and configuring PHA-Pro in the following (and other) studies. The pha file extension is associated with the Creo Elements/Pro (also known as Pro/Engineer), a CAD and CAM solution for Microsoft Windows operating system. The pha file contains app data for PTC Helper, a part of Creo programs. Dyadem PHA-Pro - demo version of 8.x Hello at all, I', looking for the demo versione because is not possible to download from the office site, because I need to register and to be contacted by dyadem.

As we all understand, weight loss or body fat reduction is really a numbers game. And “working out”, is a way of controlling the numbers (less calories in, more calories out and we can achieve the change weight loss clients desire). In the end, we understand that cardiovascular training and resistance training both have many desired benefits and that both should be done to achieve the best physical shape a person desires – but how can we get those “cardio queens” and “muscle building kings” to learn the benefits of both? One great way to get the most out of your program is to combine cardiovascular work with resistance training using a method called Peripheral Heart Action (PHA) Training. This method is similar to a regular circuit training method that keeps your client moving from one exercise to another with minimal to no rest in between exercises. However, with Peripheral Heart Action Training, while you are moving from one exercise to another, you are focusing on alternating upper and lower body exercises.


Muscle DevelopmentPower
ChestPush-upMedicine Ball Chest pass
LegsSquatIce skater
BackLat pulldownWoodchop throw
LegsLeg pressBox Jumps
ShouldersSeated shoulder pressMedicine ball scoop toss
LegsDumbbell lunges Lunge jumps

In traditional circuit training techniques, clients are asked to move quickly from one body part to another in a “circuit” fashion that allows each body part enough time to recover before the body part is worked again. Using a peripheral heart action (PHA) system, clients are performing a variation of circuit training, however they are simply alternating upper and lower body exercises. For example, your client would perform a chest press exercise, followed immediately by ball squat, followed again by a back exercise, immediately moving on to a leg exercise like a step-up, etc.

This method of training forces the blood to quickly circulate through the body, increasing caloric expenditure and theorized to decrease body fat and increase lean muscle mass.[1]

Overall, circuit training (in general) has been shown to increase caloric expenditure in comparison to similar traditional resistance training where a client may rest up to 90 seconds in between sets.[2] Key benefits of using a circuit training system such as peripheral heart action system include enhancing an aerobic base for clients, while simultaneously challenging local muscle endurance. Many clients may not be familiar with peripheral heart action training and thus, may have concerns about whether they can sustain the activity or whether or not they will be able to build muscle using this type of program.

Who can perform peripheral heart action training?

Most healthy individuals can perform this type of training. Whether your client wants to lose body fat, or increase muscle tone – this system of training can work for them. With increased movement comes increased caloric burn. This form of training gives weight loss clients “more bang for their buck”. This system can even be used for bodybuilders or recreational exercisers who wish to increase hypertrophy. While the rest periods between exercises may be greatly reduced (or non existent) this meets the requirements for hypertrophy. In fact, most individuals seeking hypertrophy tend to rest too long in between sets and lift too heavy to train appropriately for their desired goals. Remember that several factors are required for hypertrophy (high levels of volume with minimal rest periods force cellular changes that result in an overall increase in muscle size) – volume (3-5 sets; 6-12 repetitions), frequency (3-6 times a week), intensity (75-85% of 1 rep max), rest (0-60 s), and proper nutrition. As you can see, the PHA system works well for hypertrophy clients, allowing the proper rest and volume to achieve the desired goal – while even adding in a bonus of saving some time!

Athletes may receive the best benefit from PHA training. While endurance athletes must still engage in aerobic activity that significantly increases their maximal oxygen consumption, circuit training (which includes PHA training) increases maximal oxygen consumption 4-8% (significantly less than cardiovascular conditioning programs, but important in increasing local muscular endurance). [2,3]

Who should avoid peripheral heart action training?

Using the PHA system may put too much physiological stress on individuals who have blood pressure deviations (high/low blood pressure) and those who may be severely deconditioned. Individuals with special conditions, such as pregnant clients within their second or third trimester, may require more rest in-between exercises and dependent on the client, may want or need to avoid PHA training. Please remember that each client is unique and while some may be able to perform PHA workouts, other individuals may not be able to meet the cardiovascular and muscular demand. If individuals present with any condition listed above, proceed with caution and advise the client to seek medical advice. As with all physical conditioning programs, clients who may be at risk should consult their physician before initiating an exercise program.


Circuit Training – this consists of a series of exercises that an individual performs one after another with minimal rest.

Peripheral Heart Action System – a variation of circuit training in which the client performs 4-6 exercises in a row, rests 30-45 seconds, then moves to the next sequence of different exercises and continues the pattern.

Hypertrophy – enlargement of skeletal muscle fibers in response to overcoming force from high volumes of tension.

Maximal Oxygen Consumption – the use of oxygen by the body – generally accepted as the best means of gauging Cardiorespiratory fitness.

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[1] Gettman LR; Ayres, JJ; Pollock, M.L.; Durstine, J.C.; and Grantham, W. Physiologic effects on adult men of circuit training and jogging. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1979 60:115-20.

[2] Gettman LR; Ayres, JJ; Pollock, M.L.; and Jackson, A. The effects of circuit weight training on strength, Cardiorespiratory function and body composition of adult men. Med Sci Sports. 1978 Fall;10(3):171-6.

Course Description

Pha Properties

IHS PHA-Pro® is specifically designed for documenting all kinds of Process Hazard Analyses (PHA) performed in wide variety of industrial settings. The course introduces to the user the many user-friendly and timesaving features that empower risk analysts to complete PHAs. The course also provides a brief overview of the PHA methodologies like HAZOP, What If/Checklists, etc.

Sphera Pha Pro

Participants learn how to thoroughly document all of a PHA study in an effective and efficient manner. The extensive built-in libraries are also covered with particular attention to how they assist PHA teams to record data instead of having to recreate it from scratch and how libraries can help a team to brainstorm during study sessions.

Course Objective

To instruct IHS PHA-Pro® users on how to take full advantage of the features and capabilities available within the software.

Course Benefits

This course will be beneficial to you and your organization for the following reasons:
- Participants gain the ability to lead quality assurance teams by using IHS PHA-Pro® software
- The course enhances easy learning, comprehension and success through a step-by-step approach
- Interactive learning and real world examples are used throughout

Course Pre-Requisites

Participants are expected to have basic skills in the operation of a Windows-based personal computer and familiarity with word-processing and spread-sheet software.

Who Should Attend

A wide variety of professionals and organizations will benefit from taking the IHS PHA-Pro® software training course:

  • PHA Team Leaders
  • PHA Scribes
  • Health and Safety Professionals
  • Supervisors and Managers
  • Team Members
  • Others who need to acquire the necessary skills to conduct, manage and produce a PHA study using IHS PHA-Pro®

Course Content

  1. Overview of Computer-Based Hazard Analysis
  2. Creating a study using a standard template
  3. Modifying the data hierarchy and risk matrix
  4. Creating and modifying a form
  5. Creating and modifying a worksheet
  6. Collecting and recording data
  7. Printing
  8. Notes, Symbols, Attachments, and Revalidation
  9. Version Control and Document Protection


The course is delivered in a classroom environment. Class size is from 4 to 10 participants. Facility is available for students to join remotely via Web access.

Course Dates

  • TBA

Pha-pro Hazop

Course Duration: 1 day

Fees: $500 ex.GST per person

Registration closes one (1) week before the scheduled class date.

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This course is also available on request. For registration and other training requests, contact us at [email protected]

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