HSE Management

HSEMGT-EN-P

Who should attend?

  • This course provides the knowledge required to implement and follow-up a HSE management system, in order to ensure a higher level of safety and more environmentally-friendly business activities.
Public :
  • Engineers expected to assume a HSE engineer position, business managers seeking to acquire comprehensive HSE management knowledge.

Level : Foundation

Course Content

  • OVERVIEW OF HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

      • Historical approach. Initial development and current standards.
      • Introduction to integrated management system. Certification.
      • Fundamentals of HSE management system.
      • General structure of HSE management system. Policy and elements.
  • MANAGEMENT COMMITMENT & LEADERSHIP - HSE CULTURE

      • Leadership. HSE leadership characteristics. Roles of safety leaders. Communication and motivation.
      • Establishment of a HSE culture throughout the organization. Importance of communication.
      • HSE competence assurance. Training matrix.
  • RISK MANAGEMENT

      • Introduction to risk management. Risk assessment process.
      • Establishment of risk assessment and control - Concepts, strategies and objectives.
      • Risk management tools, hazard identification and risk register.
      • Establishment of a corporate risk matrix.
      • Environmental and social impact assessment process.
      • Health and ergonomics management.
      • Human factors and human error.
      • Management of change procedure.
      • Downgraded situations and simultaneous operations.
      • Safety design and asset integrity assurance - Main concepts.
      • Identification and management of safety critical elements.
  • HSE PLANNING & CRISIS MANAGEMENT

      • Fundamentals of HSE management in projects.
      • HSE management of contractors. Contractor selection process.
      • Structure and elements of HSE plans.
      • Environmental management plans.
      • Structure for Emergency Response Planning. Establishment of tiers and development from risk assessment information.
      • Crisis management organization and management of information and resources during emergencies.
  • ELEMENTS FOR EXECUTION & CONTROL

      • Tools for risk management of onsite activities:
      • Job safety analysis.
      • Permit to work system.
      • Observation and HSE awareness programs.
      • Pre-start up review.
      • Logistics HSE management.
  • AUDITS & CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

      • Strategies for establishment of HSE objectives. Main key performance indicators in the industry.
      • Undesired events reporting and investigation procedure. Accident investigation workshop.
      • Environmental and social monitoring.
      • Public reporting, sustainability reporting.
      • Audit planning.

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • suggest a relevant HSE organization in order to fulfil local needs,
  • identify and explain the different elements of a general HSE management system based on a risk management approach,
  • follow adequately local HSE rules and regulations, and contribute to their improvement,
  • contribute to building an HSE culture within their organization, which will allow avoiding incidents and accidents,
  • prepare HSE audits and be familiar with continuous improvement processes.

Ways & Means

  • Several applications and illustrations.
  • Several case studies and teamwork sessions.
To French entities : IFP Training is referenced to DataDock ; you may contact your OPCO about potential funding.
Please contact our disabled persons referent to check the accessibility of this training program : referent.handicap@ifptraining.com.