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Plant SHE Process Daily Involvement

Plant SHE Process Daily Involvement

2 days
SEC/SHEINVOL
Sessions
This course is not scheduled.
Who should attend?

Audience

    • All plant staff, from operation, maintenance, engineering to laboratory.

Level

  • Foundation
  • This course provides a positive overview of the plant SHE processes.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • understand the individual’s role in the plant SHE process and results expected,
  • take over the plant SHE tools,
  • enforce your SHE involvement in your daily job.
Course Content

SAFETY COMMITMENT FOR THE PLANT & THE EMPLOYEE

0.25 day

  • Employer and employee safety regulatory requirements.
  • Safety improvement policy: moral requirement, economic features, technical challenge.
  • Employer and employee legal responsibilities.
  • Ensure one’s own and occupational environment protection.

RISK UNDERSTANDING - HAZARD MANAGEMENT TOOLS

0.75 day

  • Risk management: target, field of application, staff concern.
  • Work-accident consequence assessment:
  • Different accident scripts (fire, explosive or toxic gas leak, etc.) and effect quantification.
  • Taking risk into account in daily assignments.
  • Hazard analysis methods:
  • Target: risk assessment, protection and prevention means.
  • Overview of main hazard analysis methods (HAZOP, CCC, etc.).
  • Risk analysis adaptation and use in standard process operations (product emptying, sampling, decommissioning, etc.).
  • Management of change.

PUBLIC BEHAVIOR

0.5 day

  • Plant safety policy: top management choice, safety KPI follow-up, means implementation, whole coherence.
  • Tools: safety instructions, procedures, check-list, experience sharing, occupational task risk analysis, group work (interest, constraints, limits, etc.).
  • Expertise available: top management, SHE team, medical unit, experts.

INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOR - HUMAN RELIABILITY

0.5 day

  • Management and individual exemplary behavior (rules & instruction agreement, personal protective equipment compliance).
  • Team work induction.
  • Development of one’s sense of observation, reaction in front of a new or unusual situation.
  • Awareness of one’s stake and role in SHE process.
  • Human reliability: to be taken into account in prevention tools and risk analysis.
Ways & Means
  • Use of plant SHE tools:
  • easy practical application of risk analysis methods,
  • sharing of experiences (videos, case studies).