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E-733 - Construction HSE Management

5 days PL/CONST3GB
  • This course is aimed at field engineers and supervisors from the upstream sector that are responsible for the overall management of construction site activities.
  • This course aims to raise awareness about HSE on the construction site and develop management tools.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • evaluate and manage HSE and security risks on the construction site,
  • apply construction management skills,
  • monitor and control HSE tools.
  • No prerequisites for this course.
Ways and means
  • This course is illustrated by:
  • Exercises for each step of the construction progress,
  • Numerous examples taken from Oil & Gas construction activities.
This module is part of course E-730, which may be validated, upon request, after all modules have been completed. The content may be customized upon client request. Durations serve as a guide and may vary depending on course organization, knowledge of the group of trainees and the client’s request.

  • HSE prevention plan: definition and evaluation of risk, subcontractor organization and training.
  • Preventive action plan.
  • HSE incident management: Root Cause Analysis of incidents, including consequence analysis. Immediate actions.GENERAL HSE2 d
  • Corrective and preventive actions.
  • Reporting.
  • Communication and crisis management.
  • Emergency Response Plan.
  • Experience feedback.
  • Surveillance: surveillance plan, field HSE audits, safety tour, behavioral observations, subcontractor HSE evaluation.ON SITE HSE2 d
  • Monitoring of SIMOPS activities.
  • Identification and analysis of construction risks: root analysis, electrical risks, wrong gestures and postures, work at height, radio protection, use of gas, lifting and handling, fire, work in confined spaces, defensive driving.
  • Security Management: definition, site management with regards to external events (robbery, kidnapping, data).Security0.5 d
  • Security control and technologies.