Managers of the 21st century are required to implement a proactive approach to HSE. Management of Risk should be based on a structured and systematic management approach.
The purpose of this 2 Day training course is to provide the participant with
- A structured system for identifying hazards.
- Assessing risks associated with those hazards.
- Managing risks that are either not known or not well understood.
- Putting in place measures to control the unacceptable risks.
- Review the control measures to ensure they are effective and have not introduced new hazards.
- Integration of a risk management process into the company’s decision making process.
- This is called the Risk Management Process.
Who should attend
The training aims are to provide all Company personnel & Contractor employees with the knowledge & skills on how to identify the hazards, assess their risks, understand the use of template sheets supplied to the work activities and improve the employee’s awareness & alertness, This course is aimed at all personnel involved in risk management, accident prevention and loss control. The program is based on a multidisciplinary approach, which includes all personnel from senior management to supervisors.
No previous experience in HSE management system and risk management is necessary.
- Introduction to RISK Assessment.
- Define the used Terms in RISK Assessment.
- Planning for hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control.
- Assessing Methods of Hazard identification and Risk Assessment.
- How to ensuring a complete and comprehensive use of the HIRA process.
- Analysing causation.
- Constraints to the HIRA and RISK control processes.
- Risk-Based control plan.
- Use, Modify and develop the control measures.
- Control strategies.
- Hierarchy of Control.
- Stages of Control.
- Selection of Control.
- Definition of the Task Based Risk Assessment.
- Describe the Task Based Risk Assessment Methodology.
- Risk-based Approach to Process Risk Management.
- Hazard Identification, Risk assessment, Risk control, and method of Review.
- Assessing the “level of risk” imposed by a given hazard.
- Risk Accessibility Criteria.
- Apply Qualitative Risk Assessment.
- Risk management – what are the options to reduce risk?
- Managing smart – what is the optimal solution considering costs?