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Why Choose this Training Course?
Is the Management System part of the problem or is part of the solution? Now for the first time there is an ISO standard for Health and Safety Management. How well does your own company’s Health and Safety Standard stand up to this ISO Standard? Nothing stays the same. There are now new Standards for High Hazard Plants, whilst OSHA has recently updated their Guidelines for Safety and Health Programs. This Safety Management Best Practices training course is aimed at providing knowledge on the application of new safety management principles and techniques that are relevant for all sizes of organisations. Safety Management must encompass both the hard and soft aspects of safety to produce an exceptional outcome. The question that remains is what best practice is available that will result in performance excellence.
This PetroKnowledge Safety Management Best Practices training course will feature:
Control of Major Accidents Hazards & Seveso III for onshore installations
ISO 45001 Safety Management Systems
New Guidelines by OSHA for Safety and Health Programs
Active and Reactive Monitoring and Safety Culture
HSE Plans – including Pre-Construction & Pre-Operations Safety Reports
What are the Goals?
By the end of this Safety Management Best Practices training course, participants will be able to:
Identify key safety Codes of Practice introduced by major organizations
Develop best practice for promoting a positive safety culture
Calculate Task-based risk assessments
Analyse HSE Plans and Pre Construction & Pre Operations Safety Reports
Understand Active and Reactive monitoring
Who is this Training Course for?
This PetroKnowledge Safety Management Best Practices training course will be valuable to all involved in Health and Safety, planning, production, maintenance, and construction. Whether experienced or inexperienced this course will be of great benefit to:
Senior Managers with responsibilities in Health and Safety
Health & Safety professionals
Line Managers, Team Leaders and Shift Supervisors
Personnel involved in the preparation of Safety Reports
How will this Training Course be Presented?
This Safety Management Best Practices training course will utilise a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This includes exercises, syndicate and group discussion, training videos and discussions.
Day One: Safety Management Systems
The Scope and Nature of Health and Safety Management System Overview
OHSAS 18001, ILO OHS 2001, POPMA vs. PDCA
ISO 45001 Safety Management System
OSHA’s Safety & Health Program Management (Guidelines)
Day Two: Major Hazards Control Best Practice
The Safety Case Concept & Elements of Seveso
Inherently Safer Designs
Emergency Planning and Major Hazards
The Role of Human Contribution to Incidents
Active Errors, Preconditions and Latent Failures
Incident Analysis Techniques - Best Practice
Day Three: Risk Assessment Best Practice
Risk Assessment - The Pitfalls
How to Make Risk Assessment Effective
Evaluation of Risks - Best Practice
Applying Task-Based Risk Assessment to Work Permits
The Role of Task Analysis and Job-Safety Analysis
Day Four: Measuring Performance & Safety Culture
Measuring Performance – Active and Reactive
Key Performance Indicators & Process Safety Performance Indicators
Best Practice Techniques for Promoting Safety Culture
Communication, Control, Co-operation & Competence
Assessing Improvement and Linking Safety Culture with the HSE Management System
Day Five: Project HSE Plans
Construction HSE Plans
Pre-Construction & Pre-Operations Safety Report
Land Use Planning
Safety Instrumented Systems
Course Review and Evaluation
On successful completion of this training course, a PetroKnowledge Certificate will be
awarded to the delegates