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Applied Health, Safety and Environment - Part 1 (HSE09)

  • To be announced for 2018

Description

This comprehensive applied HSE course has been designed to introduce best practices and to provide guidelines and necessary knowledge for the participants.
The extensive topics have been split into two independent courses (HSE09 and HSE10), which can either be attended individually (5 days) or as a combined program of 10 days.

Course Level: Intermediate / Advanced
Instructor: Mahmoud J. Aljanabi

Designed for you, if you are...

  • A manager, line manager, supervisor, engineer, technician, HSE professional, project manager or any professional responsible for designing, implementing or supporting HSE management

The benefits from attending

By the end of the course you will feel confident in your understanding of:

  • The role of leadership and commitment in the health, safety and environment action plan
  • Identifying the industrial hazards in the oil industry and safety precautions
  • How to use the HSE control tools efficiently
  • How to perform effective workplace safety inspections
  • Hazards identification techniques
  • The procedure(s) in work accidents & incidents reporting, investigation, prevention and corrective action and calculating safety indicators
  • Management and control of the contractors' activities

Topics

  • Health & safety action plan
    - Guiding principles to implement HSE action plan
    - Review process
  • Industrial hazards and safety
    - Industrial hazards
    - Classification of signs according to us
    - Tag
  • HSE control tools
    - Permit to work system (PTW)
    - Job hazards analysis
    - Risk assessment
    - Behavioural based system (STOP)
  • Workplace safety inspections
  • Hazards identification techniques
    - Review of hazard identification techniques
    - Aerial lifts
    - Workplace hazardous materials information system (WHMIS)
    - Basic gas testing
  • Work accidents and incidents
    - Nature of accidents
    - Standard procedures for reporting, investigating and corrective action
    - Accident/incident reports
    - Accidents/incidents safety statistics and analysis
  • Managing and control of contractors
    - Definition of a contractor
    - Classification and type of contracts
    - The company/contractor relationship
    - Managing health and safety of contractors
    - Octel judgement - implications for all


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