TRAINING COURSES

Advanced Risk & Incident Analysis

Start Date: 4 Aug 2019
End Date: 8 Aug 2019
Duration: 5
Fees:
Country: Frankfurt / Germany
Category: Health, Safety, Security & Environment
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INTRODUCTION

Risk and incident analysis are closely interlinked, as it follows that in an organisation’s established occupational health, safety and process management systems – the prime purpose is to evaluate and analyse the effectiveness of both these risk-based systems, together with new and/or existing occupational health and safety and, process risk control arrangements, based on proposed and/or existing implemented Layers of Protection (LOPs) – the organisation’s risk control measures.

In addition, an essential part of risk and incident analysis is to provide management with decision making criteria for determining and subsequently establishing an organisation’s range of acceptable, tolerable and unacceptable risk category levels for the effective management of all their significant health, safety and process risks.

In this programme delegates will advance their knowledge and skills by:

·         Understanding the importance and role of risk and incident analysis

·         Learning the principles of risk management and assessment process

·         Being able to analyse risks and incidents using 12 stage analysis approach

·         Learning how to select/implement pro-active incident prevention measures

·         Understanding pre and post risk and incident management 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

·         Management and those with responsibilities for analysing risks and incidents

·         Production, process, maintenance, and HSE personnel

·         Line-management involved in planning and/or implementing the organisation’s risk and incident analysis programmes 

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

·         Risk and incident analysis techniques

·         Identification of potential plant, process and work task related risks

·         Developing and implementing Risk Management programmes

·         Carrying out comprehensive incident analysis using evaluation tools, including root cause analysis (RCA)

·         Develop skills for analysing new and existing risk control measures and improving incident analysis techniques of pre and post risk and incident management arrangements 

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

Delegates will learn by active participation through inspiring presentation tools and interactive programme and role-playing activities, presented in a lively, enthusiastic and interesting style. Delegates will take part in topic exercises, case studies and the practical programme. 

PROGRAMME SUMMARY

The purpose of this programme is to provide delegates with the advanced skills and knowledge to successfully analyse new and existing risk control measures and conduct effective incident analysis. The programme will show delegates how they can evaluate, determine and implement effective risk control measures to prevent serious incident occurring and/or re-occurring

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

DAY 1 -

ADVANCED RISK ANALYSIS

·         Principles Of Risk Analysis

·         ISO 31000 International Risk Management Standard

·         Risk Analysis Framework

·         Risk Evaluation Process And Risk Assessment Techniques

·         Roles Of Health And Safety And Process Management Systems

·         Layers Of Protection (LOPs) And Safety Integrity Levels (SILs)

DAY 2 -

ADVANCED INCIDENT ANALYSIS (PART 1)

·         Learning From Incidents – Review Of Case Studies

o    Gas Leak & Explosion; Liquid Leak & Explosion; Pipe Failures

o    Bhopal; Piper Alpha; Herald Free Enterprise; Beyond Violations

·         Incident Analysis – The 12 Stages

o    Incident Occurrences; Eye Witness Testimonies; Analysis Team

o    Gathering Evidence; Expert Support; Incident Sequence

o    Preliminary Causes; Root Cause Analysis; Human Factors

o    Risk Control Recommendations; Analysis Report

DAY 3 -

ADVANCED INCIDENT ANALYSIS (PART 2)

·         Human Factors Environment

·         Sensory And Perceptual Processes

·         Individuals – Psychology And Differences

·         Perception And Decision Making

·         Human Error

·         Improving Human Reliability

DAY 4 -

ADVANCED RISK AND INCIDENT ANALYSIS PROGRAMME

·         Interactive ‘Bow-Tie’ Risk and Incident Analysis Exercise

·         Practical Incident Analysis using ‘Case Study Workbook’of:

o    BP Texas Refinery Explosion

o    Reactive Hazards Explosions

o    Formosa Fire and Explosion

o    Propylene Fire and Explosion

o    Sterigenics Ethylene Oxide Explosion

·         Incident Re-occurrence – Organisation’s Have No Memory

DAY 5 -

ADVANCED RISK AND INCIDENT PREVENTION PROGRAMME

·         Emergency Response Analysis

·         Management Of Change (MOC)

·         Pro-Active Incident Prevention Measures

·         Pre And Post Risk And Incident Management

·         Key Points Summary

 
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