training specialists to the upstream oil and gas industry

HSSE Basics

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Course overview

The course provides participants with an overview of the purpose and requirements of company HSSE policy and management systems based on ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OSHAS 18001 etc., as a tool for business management and improvement. It will enable participants to understand systems based on these standards and other similar standards and enable delegates to learn about more in-depth issues and workings of an integrated management system.

The course is designed for:

  • Any personnel with accountabilities and/or responsibilities associated with Health, Safety, Security and Environment

Learning objectives

  • Overview on HSSE vision, mission, policy and strategy
  • Overview on process and occupational safety and risk management
  • Process safety management (PSM) overview and basic functions
  • OSHAS standards overview
  • HSE audit overview
  • Incident and Accident reporting and investigation overview
  • Overview on health, security and environmental aspects, including an understand of HSSE legal and mandatory requirements, communications and reporting
  • Behavioural based safety (BBS) overview
  • HSSE management systems and document structure
  • HSSE policies, standards and procedures

Course outline

HSSE Case History and Background

Qualitative Data Gathering

Identifying and Assessing Major Risks and Hazards

Eliminating and Mitigating Major Risks and Hazards (HEMP & ALARP)

Discuss how HSE Case and Company SMS Relate and Combine

Development of Duty Holders' Roles and Responsibilities Process

Review Operational Equipment Plans and Diagrams for Inclusion in HSE Case

Develop Outline of HSE Case Elements

Alignment with HSE Case Assessors Conclusions



Location Start Date End Date Cost Trainer Book
Upon request     £2,950 Ron Roberts Make enquiry

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