Risk Management is one of the cornerstones of the H2SE management system. It integrates the identification of risks/hazards within the entity or a job, the assessment of the risk by its probability and severity, the identification of control or mitigation measures. The continuous improvement process requires to continuously re-assess the mitigated risk in order to ascertain its control and acceptable level. This course studies the process as described above and the methodology used to manage risk. It also describes the main tools used to assess and control risk. Participants will use these tools in team exercises.
Course Structure: 4 modules of max. 2 hours each, delivered over 2 days Each day will consist of 2 x 2-hour modules including a 30 min. break in between.
Course Level: Skill Duration: 2 days Instructor: Serge Majoulet or Philippe Vidal
Designed for you, if you are...
Working in an operational entity in any department - support, HSE or technical - and in need to control the risks related to your activity and to use the tools and methods necessary for this control: Hazard Identification - Risk Assessment - Job Risk Analysis - Permit To Work
How we build your confidence
Live instructor-led training
This course will give participants a strong theoretical background by providing a solid and meticulous documentation that you will be able to use in your working position as a reference
Extensive use of case studies and exercises
When appropriate, videos will complement and support the theory
The benefits from attending
This course is a MUST and will improve your ability to identify, assess and mitigate risks in your activity and environment. It is an essential element of the H2SE culture of anyone working in the energy sector who is exposed to high risk potential.
Hazard identification - HAZID methodology - HAZID in project - HAZID in drilling pperations
Risk management - Risk assessment methodology - Video & exercise
Job risk analysis - Definition - The JRA step by step - Exercise
The Permit To Work System - Overview of the PTW System - Different types of WP - Description of the WP System - WP roles and responsibilities - Major rules - Video