Most Process Organizations have implemented an integrated approach to managing health, safety and environmental risks through a Health, Safety, and Environmental Management System. This program aims to highlight the benefits of such a system and its elements, based on industry best practice. This program is designed to help delegates to demonstrate compliance with the Process Safety Management Standard.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • All HSE personnel
  • Managers and supervisors responsible for HSE Management System
  • Individuals responsible for enhancing/implementing the Company HSE - MS

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

  • Describe the company's HSE Management Systems
  • How to demonstrate compliance with elements, sub-elements and expectations of the HSE- MS
  • Understand the role of risk management in terms of risk assessment and incident investigation and analysis
  • Appreciate the role of human error in risk assessment and contribution to incidents
  • To identify weaknesses in the HSE- MS through analysis of root-causes for incidents
  • Be familiar with the requirements of HS(G)65, BS 8800, OHSAS 18000, ISO 9000 and ISO 14000
  • Be able to prepare action plans, setting targets and measuring performance
  • Appreciate the value of promoting positive safety culture within your organisation

PROGRAM OUTLINE

  • DAY 1 - Introduction into HSE Management Systems
  • Introduction to course objectives and contents
  • Why we need HSE Management System and what it is
  • Inpidual and organizational roles responsibilities
  • What should HSE Management System cover
  • Standards for HSE Management
  • Integrating OHSAS 18000, ISO 14000 and ISO 9000
  • The role of safety culture
  • DAY 2 - Elements of HSE Management Systems
  • Types of HSE Management Systems:
  • Elements of HSE - Management Systems
  • Sub-elements and expectations
  • Leadership and commitment
  • HSE Policy and Strategic Objectives
  • Organisation, resources and competence
  • Risk Evaluation and Management
  • Planning, standards and procedures
  • Implementation and monitoring
  • Audit and management review
  • DAY 3 - Risk Management - 1 (Risk Assessment)
  • Hazard, risk and risk assessment
  • Hazards identification techniques
  • Evaluation of HSE risks
  • Risk assessment techniques
  • Work equipment/workplace risk assessment
  • Task-based risk assessment
  • Occupational health risk assessment
  • DAY 4 - Risk Management - 2 (Incident Investigation)
  • Organisational learning from incidents
  • Case study: BP Texas Refinery explosion and fire
  • Human contribution to incidents
  • Active errors, preconditions and latent failures
  • Identification and analysis of root-causes to incidents
  • Framework for incident investigation and analysis
  • DAY 5 - Promoting Positive Safety Culture
  • Motivation and employee involvement
  • Development of positive safety culture
  • What is safety culture
  • How to promote safety culture
  • How to measure safety culture
  • Behavioural Safety and employee’s involvement
  • Selection of outcome indicators

EHS – Academy (Cairo – Egypt) was established in April 2010 and EHS – Training Centre (Dubai – UAE) was established in June 2011 as an Occupational Safety & Health Training and Consultant Companies.

The founder and owner of EHS – Academy and EHS – Training Centre, Mr. Wagdi Fouad Seffain has conducted  since 1981 thousands of International and National Safety & Health Training CTheirses in Egypt and the Middle East, and more than 20,000 persons attended these cTheirses.

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