TRAINING COURSES

Safety Engineering and Hazard Control

Start Date: 11 Mar 2018
End Date: 15 Mar 2018
Duration: 5
Fees:
Country: London / UK
Category: Health, Safety, Security & Environment
Details:

Course Description

Hazards exist in everywhere, but how do we know which ones have the most potential to harm people? By identifying hazards, we will be better prepared to control or eliminate them and prevent accidents, injuries, property damage and downtime. After all, we canít fix problems we donít know about. This course helps participants to learn effective and proven methods of hazard identification, assessment, and control by covering essential topics such as hazard mapping, workplace inspections, risk assessment techniques, and the hierarchy of controls 

Course Objectives

         Understanding the fundamentals of hazard control 

         Learning how to develop a comprehensive approach for hazard identification

         Being able to assess the hazards, and determine which ones should be eliminated or controlled first

         Identifying the types of hazard controls that are commonly used in various situations

         Learning how to implement a hazard control program

         Understanding how to assess the effectiveness of the control measures

Who Should Attend?

         Managers 

         Supervisors

         Health and safety committee members

         Maintenance and facilities staff

Program Schedule

DAY 1

         Importance of process safety management

         Case study

         Model for process safety management

         Process safety framework

         Major accidents/accident causes

         Mitigation and emergency measures

         Process safety strategies

DAY 2

         Introduction to hazards and risks

         Fire, explosion and toxic release 

         Case study

         Risk assessment

         Reaction hazards and material compatibility

DAY 3

         Process design

         Case study

         Procedures

         Safe systems of work

         Control of contractors

         Maintenance

         Management of change 

DAY 4

         Human factors and safety culture

         Safety management and continuous improvement

         Safety leadership at all levels in the organization

         Leading and lagging indicators

         Learning from accidents and incidents

         Legal framework

         Mitigation and emergency measures

         Start of multi-stage case study

DAY 5

         Multi-stage case study

         Course summary

         Individual action plans

         Assessment

 
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