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E-652 - Occupational Safety

E-652 - Occupational Safety

5 days
HSE/OCCSAFGB
Sessions
This course is not scheduled.
Who should attend?

Audience

    • Safety Officers, HSE Supervisors, Offshore Installation Managers, Field Managers.

Level

  • Foundation
  • This course provides a thorough understanding of expectations and mandatory requirements regarding occupational safety.
  • To give insight regarding operational implementation of a safe workplace within Oil & Gas facilities.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • deepen knowledge of codes and regulations relative to occupational health & safety,
  • evaluate health & safety performance indicators,
  • asses an activity in order to promote a safe workplace,
  • audit health and safety elements in a workplace.
Course Content

INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY

0.5 day

  • Historical approach to occupational health and safety.
  • Introduction to safety culture.
  • Roles and responsibilities of the different elements of the organization.
  • Safety leadership characteristics. Roles of safety leaders. Communication and motivation. Safety communication examples.

WORKPLACE ACCIDENTS & OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES

0.5 day

  • Undesired events concepts. Undesired events classification. Unsafe acts and unsafe conditions concept.
  • Safety main Key Performance Indicators (KPI). Other HSE KPI. Leading and lagging indicators.
  • Learning from incidents and accidents: near misses, reporting and cause tree analysis.
  • Local legal requirements. Main sources of information. General development of a system to ensure legal requirements compliance.
  • International best practices and standards: national regulations becoming international best practices (API, NFPA…), international organizations (IOGP, ISO…).

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT

2 days

  • Occupational hazard identification and risk assessment in workplace.
  • Hazards related to products.
  • Fire and explosion risks.
  • Risks associated to machines, mechanical equipment and tools. Safe design of machinery.
  • Lifting and rigging operations.
  • Works at height.
  • Electrical risks.
  • Logistics safety. Road, air and marine transportation. Hazardous material transportation.
  • Safety in storage areas. Storage of hazardous material.
  • Personal protective equipment types and selection.
  • Emergency Evacuation Plan.

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & HYGIENE MANAGEMENT

1 day

  • Hygiene risk assessment.
  • Physical agents: noise, vibrations, temperature.
  • Chemical agents: risk assessment techniques; exposure limits; toxicology.
  • Biological agents: risk assessment techniques. Food and water management. Case study Legionnaires’ disease.
  • Ionizing radiation agents: risk management; typical ionizing equipment; NORM.
  • Health control of employees. Fitness to work procedure.
  • Health infrastructure requirements and emergency evacuation management.

ERGONOMICS & HUMAN FACTORS

0.5 day

  • Ergonomics and human factors assessment in workplace. Introduction to fatigue management.
  • Physical human factors: position, repetitive movements, lighting, temperature, noise.
  • Mental human factors: stress, monotony, repetitive tasks, workplace bullying, motivational aspects.
  • Human error. Analysis and improvement techniques.

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - AUDIT

0.5 day

  • Organizational model. Workplace risk assessment management.
  • System certification. BSI OHSAS 18001.
  • Induction and training to the workforce.
  • Audit of management system.
  • Communication and improvement plans.
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