RISK MANAGEMENT QUANTITATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT

OVERVIEW

Description

As part of managing the health and safety of your business, you must control the risks in your workplace. To do this you need to think about what might cause harm to people and decide whether you are taking reasonable steps to prevent that harm. This is known as risk assessment and it is something you are required by law to carry out. If you have fewer than five employees you don’t have to write anything down. A risk assessment is not about creating huge amounts of paperwork, but rather about identifying sensible measures to control the risks in your workplace. You are probably already taking steps to protect your employees, but your risk assessment will help you decide whether you have covered all you need to. At the end the Aim is “No person is to be placed at risk”.

Objective

The aim of this course is to do risk assessment through acquiring the following:

  • Understand the Safety Management System (NEBOSH – OHSAS)
  • Understand the process of risk management
  • Ability to identify hazard and direct causes of injuries
  • Acknowledge types of hazards and the effect of every type
  • Master how to do risk assessment
  • Acknowledge risk control
  • Accidents Prevention
  • Incident Investigation
  • Root Causes Analysis
  • Emergency Preparedness

Who should Attend

  • Safety and Security Personnel
  • All Personnel involved in implementing the Company’s HSE Management System.
  • Engineers

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Introduction
    • Basic Terms
    • Modern HSE Management Systems – (SMS)
    • Introduction to HSE Management Systems
    • Management system elements
    • The role of risk management within HSE-MS
    • Health and Safety in workplace
    • Identification Of Hazards And The Direct Causes Of Injuries & Incident, Safe Systems Of Work
    • Types of Health Hazards
    • Chemical Hazard, Physical Hazard
    • Biological Hazard, Working with electricity – Electrical Hazard, Fire Hazards, Process of Risk management, PTW, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    • What Is Risk Analysis? Why Risk Assessment
    • Occupational Health & Safety Training
    • Risk Assessment, What Is A Hazard?
    • What Is A Risk?
    • Safe Practices, What Are The Main Causes Of Accidents? Hazard Identification, List of Hazards
    • Who Might Be Harmed and How
    • Hazard Evaluation, Hazard Barrier
    • Risk Matrix, Likelihood, Exposures, Consequences
    • Analyzing Hazard, Exercise On Risk assessment and Identification
  • Risk Control
    • Hierarchy of Control, Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
    • Risk Assessment Form
    • Case Study
  • Accidents Prevention:
    • Accident / Incident / Near Miss
    • Human contribution to accidents
    • The direct causes of injuries & incident
    • What are the main causes of accidents?
    • Basics of incident Prevention
    • Unsafe Act, Unsafe conditions , ‘no blame’ culture
  • Accidents Prevention:
    • Terms and definition and appreciations
    • Why we prevent accident, Cost of incident
    • History of Major accident, Why investigate?
    • What to investigate?
    • Who investigates?
    • When to investigate?
    • Phases in the investigation process
  • Preparation
    • Manage the Incident Site
    • Collect Relevant Information
    • Physical Evidence, Documentation
    • Investigation Diary, Witnesses interview techniques
    • Conducting the Interview
    • Risk Assessment and Management for a better corrective action, Investigation report
    • Example of Incident Investigation Report –IIR
  • Root Causes Analysis
    • How RCA’s Work
  • Emergency Preparedness,
    • Emergency Response, Emergency Plan, Evacuation Procedures