Advanced Safety and Security Systems

Start Date: 7 Apr 2019
End Date: 11 Apr 2019
Duration: 5
Country: Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia
Category: Health, Safety, Security & Environment

Course Description


Do you as a manager fully know what security measures and emergency planning processes you have in place? In a management or supervisory role you need to convince your clients, colleagues and staff you have the expertise and these procedures in place. This program provides the essential abilities with a detailed concentration on managing a controlled exercise. The benefit of this role is critical to managers, supervisors and administrators who may have to pro-actively prepare for and possibly manage the unexpected.

Course Objective


         To provide expertise to manage the health and safety process

         To complete supervised exercises in health and safety documentation development

         To provide expertise to complete and manage risks assessment

         To provide expertise to investigate and analyze safety statistics

         To monitor safety process and undertake audits


Who Should attend?


         Managers and supervisors of security or emergency management

         Managers and supervisors who require to initiate and monitor security and emergency management procedures

         Personnel managing administration of assets or logistics

Course Outline


Hazards in various industries

         Lessons From Past Accidents

         History of Fires & Explosions

         Hazards in Process systems Separation, Liquefaction, etc.,

         Hazards in Compressor Stations & Pipeline Transportation.

         Consequences of Spills & Leaks

         Major Effects from Chemical Accidents

         Types of Fires & Explosions

         Toxic Gas Dispersion


Working in Hazardous Areas Basic Safety Procedures

         Workplace hazards & Component Inspections

         Safe Working Practices

         Identification of Flammable & Combustible Material/ Chemical Hazards

         Protocol for Identifying Hazardous Material

         Use of permits and procedures in critical areas

         Devising procedures & checklists to achieve a safe system of working with chemicals/ equipment (detect, avoid or compensate for error-likely procedural steps.)

         Basic first Aid assessment of breathing, control of shock, burns etc.,


Advanced Safety Systems /Techniques

         Hazard Identification Process

         Results from Hazard Identification Procedures

         Goal of Hazard Identification

         Necessity for Hazard Identification & Procedure

         Risk Assessment Procedure

         Hazardous Area Classification in Industrial Plants

         Selection of appropriate technique

         Identification of Critical Equipment

         Safety System Performance Considerations


Hazard Prevention & Control Measures

         Safety Inspection and auditing Incident Reporting

         Importance of Accident Investigation & Reporting

         Failure Sequences

         Classification of Causes

         Accident Prevention

         Elements of Incident Investigation

         Reporting for Near-Misses & Accidents 

         Handling Spills/ Leaks of Chemicals

         Actions Required

         Handling Gas Leaks

         Prevention & Mitigation for Fire & Explosion hazards

         Emergency Responses

         Maintenance of Equipment in Hazardous Areas

         Safety Availability & Reliability

         Protection of Equipment

         Safety of Electrical Equipment 


Emergency Response Management

         Identifying the key components of a Safety Management System (SMS)

         Emergency control  

         Team and personnel training 

         Resources and organization of the team and support facilities


         Relevant key elements that make up an integrated HSE Management System - SMS in action 

         Planning for efficient emergency response and crisis management   

         Establishing a major accident prevention policy 

         Incident develop or crisis 

         Structuring your organizations approach to crisis and emergency management

         The warning of the public in an emergency

         Justifying the role of industrial emergency response resources

         Methodology Risk based scenario reviews

         Alternatives conclusions/findings

         Responding to the emergency

         Activating emergency response plans

         Undertaking crucial decision

         Communications and problems encountered to bring the situation to a speedy conclusion

         Contracting out emergency process

         Choosing the right contractor

         Back up resources required


Loss Prevention Policies & Procedures

         Risk Reduction & Control Program

         Hierarchy of controls

         Inherently safer design strategies: Minimize, Substitute, Moderate, Simplify;

         Industrial examples

         Safety Management Systems

         Safety A New Perspective

         Risk based Safety Culture

         Measuring Safety culture

         System Safety and Role of communication

         Adoption of international standards / Certification

         Good Safety is good business

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