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Applied Health, Safety and Environment - Part 2 (HSE10)

  • To be announced for 2018


This comprehensive applied HSE course has been designed to introduce best practices and to provide guidelines and necessary knowledge for the participants.
Crisis management - a leadership challenge, personal protective equipment (PPE), fire theory and firefighting, H2S awareness & breathing apparatus, confined space entry etc. will be covered and discussed in thorough and efficient way and will be of great benefit to the participants and their companies.
The extensive topics have been split into two independent courses (Part 1 and Part 2), which can either be attended individually (5 days) or as a combined program of 10 days.

Course Level: Intermediate
Instructor: Mahmoud J. Aljanabi

Designed for you, if you are...

  • A manager, line manager, supervisor, auditor, Quality/Assurance & HSE professional, project manager or senior staff
  • An engineer/technician from process, operation, maintenance departments
  • A new hire or a professional from other departments in the oil & gas industry involved in operational and project environment phases
  • A professional responsible for designing, implementing or supporting company management

How we build your confidence

Participants will gain confidence through the following training methodologies:
  • Lectures and presentation
  • Material hand-outs
  • Pre-test and Post-tests
  • Case studies and self-questionnaires
  • Mini group work, discussions
  • Daily quizzes
  • Films & animation videos

Participants will work in small groups to encourage each individual member to work as a team to develop answers to questions, rather than being told.

The benefits from attending

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

  • Crisis management and the accountabilities and responsibilities of the leadership-challenge
  • The necessary knowledge and skill to understand types of personal protective equipment (PPE), their use, maintenance, storage and replacement of PPE
  • Fire theory, and fire fighting
  • Safe working in a toxic environment with the present of H2S and use of breathing apparatus
  • The properties of and the hazards associated when working in confined spaces
  • Working at heights and controlling the associated hazards
  • Journey management plan (JMP)


  • Crisis management - a leadership challenge
    - Introduction: What is a crisis?
    - Elements of crisis management
    - Crisis management infrastructure
    - A perspective on lessons learned
    - Additional resources
    - Crisis planning
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
    - PPE definition and when it should be considered
    - PPE basic requirements
    - Types of PPE
    - Use, maintenance & replacement of PPE
    - Safety signs
    - Hazard warning and guarding devices
  • Fire theory and fire fighting course
    - Fire theory, fire definition
    - Explosion hazards
    - Classes of fire and fire extinction
    - Causes of fire
    - Fire extinction, fire extinguishers, hoses and nozzles
    - Fire risk assessment
  • H2S awareness & breathing apparatus
    - H2S introduction
    - Properties and characteristics of H2S
    - Measuring unit
    - Routes of exposure
    - Flammable (explosive) atmospheres
    - H2S detection
    - Wind direction and engineering controls
    - Emergency response
    - Allowable limits of H2S
    - Respiratory protection and the use of BA
    - Wearer consumption
  • Confined space entry
    - Confined space hazards
    - Hydrogen sulphide exposure
    - Carbon monoxide exposure
    - Flammable gases
    - Physical hazards
    - Detection of potential primary hazards in a confined space
    - Safe entry procedure
    - Duties and responsibilities
    - Confined space entry safe practices
  • Working at heights
    - Hazards of working at heights, work-related injuries
    - Responsibilities, training and safety precaution
    - Tools used for working at heights
    - Working with ladders
    - Scaffolding
    - Fall arrestor system
    - Mobile cranes
    - Working over water
  • Journey management plan (JMP)
    - Journey management procedure
    - Road transport management system
    - Fatigue management
    - Safety rules




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