TRAINING COURSES

Advanced Health & Safety Management

Start Date: 7 Jul 2019
End Date: 11 Jul 2019
Duration: 5
Fees:
Country: Moscow
Category: Health, Safety, Security & Environment
Details:

Course Description

 

·         It is crucial that Health, Safety and the Environment are integrated within other core business activities management because of: 
The high cost of failures

·         Legislation requiring employers to assess and manage risks

·         Public opinion on risk acceptability moving against poorly managed organizations, which impose excessive risks

·         High profile disasters, which fuel public opinion

The workshop will give a practical guide to Safety Management Systems and the management loop associated with it including; Leadership and Commitment, Policy, Organization, Planning, Risk Management, Auditing and Reviewing Performance.

The workshop will also look at the requirements of a Safety Management System and greater detail into Risk Management (including an introduction to HBTA as a technique for analysis of problem areas).



Course Objective

 

·         The need for a Health Safety and Environmental Management System and how it should be integrated within other core business management

·         Elements of a modern Health Safety and Environmental Management System

·         Health, Safety and Environmental Impact Assessment 'HSEIA'

·         Health Safety and Environmental Management Loop

           - Leadership & commitment

           - Policy and strategic plan

           - Organisation for health, safety and the environment

           - Risk assessment and risk management

           - Planning and implementation

           - Measuring performance

           - Auditing and reviewing performance

·         The role of risk assessment and risk management

·         Hazard Barrier Target Analysis (HBTA) as an analysis tool

 

Who Should attend?

 

·         Health and Safety Managers

·         Health and Safety Committee Managers

·         Line Managers and Supervisors

·         Operations Managers

·         Plant Managers

·         Factory Managers

·         Construction Managers



Course Outline

 

Session One

·         Introduction

·         The need for a Health, Safety and Environmental Management System

·         Elements of a modern Health and Safety Management System

·         Promoting a positive Safety Culture

·         Human factors and human contribution to incidents

Session Two

·         Total Quality and Health, Safety and Environmental Management System

·         Model

·         Leadership & commitment – Expectations

·         Health Safety and Environmental Policy and Strategic Objectives

·         Responsibility for incidents rest with management

·         Health Safety and Environmental Organisation

Session Three

·         Environmental issues – Brainstorm

·         The essence of an Environmental Management system

·         Aspects and impacts

·         Objectives and targets

·         Environmental monitoring

·         Environmental reporting

Session Four

·         The Role of Risk Assessment and Risk Management

·         Introduction to Risk Assessment

·         Qualitative vs. Quantitative Risk Assessment

·         Baseline, Issue Based and Continuous Risk Assessment

·         Techniques for hazard identification

·         Analysis and evaluation of risks

Session Five

·         Risk Assessment case study and group work

·         Report back and review of group work

Session Six

·         Management of Change 'MOC'

·         Development of control measures

·         Criteria for developing a good standard

·         WWWWWH Formula

Case study and group work

·         Report back and review of group work

Session Seven

·         Techniques for measuring performance

·         Calculation of Incident Rates: DIFR, TIFR and others

·         The role of Audits and site inspection – active monitoring systems

·         Audit methodology

·         Techniques for management reviews

Session Eight

·         The role of Incident Investigation – reactive monitoring systems

·         Incident Investigation techniques

·         Incident causation model

Case study and group work

·         Report back and review of group work

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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