1. OSHA – Occupational Safety and Health Administration Standards

An understanding of modern health and safety is essential for the safe operation of all businesses, plants and process operations. The role of health and safety documentation is discussed and the role of risk assessment as part of modern health and safety is established. Consideration is given to legislative standards, such as OSHA, as well as financial and moral drivers for safety management. Issues relating to occupational health are discussed and developed. A robust model for accident causation is considered, along with the role of human failure.

This training programme offers insight into the causes of accidents, incidents, and disasters. Failures that lead to disaster are investigated to help develop robust systems for operational and process safety. 

In this training programme delegates will advance their knowledge and skills by:

  • Learning the principles of modern health and safety
  • Consideration of OSHA Standards as well as other health and safety driving forces (such as financial and moral issues).
  • Developing an understanding of the risk assessment process
  • Gaining an insight into the importance of Occupational Health as well as Safety
  • Learning about the causes of accidents, incidents and disaster
  • Developing an awareness of how organisational issues influence process safety
  • Learning how to select/implement disaster prevention measures

 

Who Should Attend? 

  • Professionals with responsibilities for health and safety management and supervision
  • Production, process, maintenance, and HSE personnel
  • Anyone wishing to understand the role and the importance of health and safety.
  • Those involved in risk assessment and risk management
  • Supervisors and other personnel responsible for HSE functions

 

Programme Objectives 

This training programme aims to enable participants to achieve the following objectives: 

  • Gaining an appreciation of risk assessment processes and developing an understanding of control measures
  • Developing an appreciation of occupation health and of health surveillance
  • Understanding how accidents and incidents happen, and the role of human factors
  • Developing skills for analysing new and existing risk control measures and improving incident analysis techniques of pre and post risk and incident management arrangements
  • Considering the role of inherently safety technology

Training Methodology

Delegates will learn by active participation through inspiring presentation tools and interactive programme and role-playing activities, presented in a lively, enthusiastic and interesting style. Delegates will take part in topic exercises, case studies and the practical programme.

Programme Summary 

The purpose of this training programme is to provide delegates with the advanced skills and knowledge to successfully analyse new and existing risk control measures and conduct effective incident analysis. The training programme will show delegates how they can evaluate, determine and implement effective risk control measures to prevent serious incident occurring and/or re-occurring.

 

  1. Safety Compliance and Site Inspection

Organisations, as a minimum requirement, must demonstrate compliance with health, safety and environmental ‘HSE’ legal requirements. They should also demonstrate compliance with the HSE Management System. An essential part of any HSE-MS is to provide some means of measuring performance against these requirements and to provide feedback for management review. The HSE Audit and site inspections are essential elements in providing this function. Auditors, whether experienced or new need to have the necessary experience in HSE to conduct an effective audit. In this programme you will learn to:

  • Prepare and conduct effective Company and contractors HSE Audits
  • Enhance your background for relevant HSE issues
  • Gain necessary skills in carrying out physical site inspections
  • Prepare HSE audit reports

Who Should Attend

  • Experienced and new auditors linked to the organization’s HSE MS
  • All HSE personnel
  • Managers and supervisors responsible for HSE functions
  • Individuals responsible for controlling contractors

 

Programme Objectives

This programme aims to enable participants to achieve the following objectives: 

  • Describe the Company’s HSE Management System Elements
  • Understand the role of risk assessment and risk management
  • Develop a plan and implement vertical and horizontal audit systems
  • Be familiar with the requirements of OHSAS 18000 and ISO 14000
  • Carry out effective site inspections to sample behavioural and physical aspects of the site and its workers
  • Measure improvements in safety culture
  • Describe the role of projects HSE reviews
  • Be able to prepare audit reports

 

Training Methodology 

Delegates will learn by active participation through inspiring presentation tools and interactive programme and role-playing activities, presented in a lively, enthusiastic and interesting style. Delegates will take part in topic exercises, case studies and the practical programme. 

Programme Summary

The programme covers all the essential skills in HSE needed by both experiences and new auditors. There will be discussions on elements of HSE Management Systems and the role of HSE audits and verification by site inspection on essential elements such as risk assessment and risk management. The programme will concentrate on enhancing knowledge on HSE issues, including promoting and developing positive safety culture within the organisation.

 

 

  1. Advanced Risk and Incident Analysis:

Risk Management, Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis

An essential part of risk and incident analysis is to provide management with decision making criteria for determining and subsequently establishing an organisation’s range of acceptable, tolerable and unacceptable risk category levels for the effective management of all their significant health, safety and process risks.

In this programme delegates will advance their knowledge and skills by:

  • Understanding the importance and role of risk and incident analysis
  • Learning the principles of risk management and assessment process
  • Being able to analyse risks and incidents and consider the underlying causes
  • Learning how to select/implement pro-active incident prevention measures
  • Understanding pre and post risk and incident management

 

Target Audience

  • Management and those with responsibilities for analysing risks and incidents
  • Production, process, maintenance, and HSE personnel
  • Line-management involved in planning and/or implementing the organisation’s risk and incident analysis programmes

 

Programme Objectives

This programme aims to enable participants to achieve the following objectives: 

  • Gaining an appreciation of risk and incident analysis techniques
  • Identification of potential plant, process and work task related risks
  • Developing and implementing Risk Management programmes
  • Understanding how to carry out comprehensive incident analysis using evaluation tools, including root cause analysis (RCA)
  • Develop skills for analysing new and existing risk control measures and improving incident analysis techniques of pre and post risk and incident management arrangements

 

 

Training Methodology

Delegates will learn by active participation through inspiring presentation tools and interactive programme and role-playing activities, presented in a lively, enthusiastic and interesting style. Delegates will take part in topic exercises, case studies and the practical programme. 

Programme Summary

The purpose of this programme is to provide delegates with the advanced skills and knowledge to successfully analyse new and existing risk control measures and conduct effective incident analysis. The programme will show delegates how they can evaluate, determine and implement effective risk control measures to prevent serious incident occurring and/or re-occurring.

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