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Environmental & Workplace Risk Assessment

Next Start Date : February 8 2018

Seating Capacity : 20

Venue : Lagos / PHC

Course Fee : N180,000

Duration : 2

City : Lagos / PHC

Other Upcoming Dates : June 4 2018;

Course Overview

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The Oil and gas industry is known for its high standards of safety and risk management. But a global best practice notwithstanding, the industry is equally noted for various operational hazards that often result in incidences of catastrophic proportions. The risks are ever present:  blow-outs, fire, explosion, gas leakages, kidnappings, vandalization, structural failures, etc.  They all have the potential to lead to accidents and other consequential events that may pose untold challenges to successful project execution, and exposing operators, financiers, insurers and workmen to varying degrees of unstable outcomes.

By attending this course participants will learn best practices that help them understand what they need to do to assess and control risks in the workplace and comply with relevant legislations regulations.

Our trainers have extensive experience in oil and gas  QHSE practices  and certifications from various HSE organisations such as NEBOSH and OHSAS.
At the end of training participants will:
•    Understand the legal and regulatory requirements for environment and safety in the oil industry
•    Master the use of EMS, QMS in managing hazards and reducing risks.
•    Understand how effective risk assessment is linked to organizational success
•    Understand how contracts can be selected and priced at the right level of risks, and managed with risks fully understood.
•    Learn how to implement good environmental and Safety standards.
•    Learn how to control specific environmental and safety risks.

•    Nature and peculiarities of oil and gas Environments and Workplaces from risk management perspectives
•    Classification  of Environments and Workplace hazard factors
•    Risk assessment objectives
•    The Risk assessment matrix
•    Principles and Approaches to risk management
•    7 Cardinal Rules of Risk Management
•    Classification of potential consequences
•    Factors affecting Environmental and Workplace Risk Perception
•    Hazard analysis
•    Importance of HSE management systems (HSE MS)
•    Elements of HSE MS, QMS and EMS
•    Technical Safety Management
•    Controlling Risk in the Environment and Workplace
•    7 Key Element in the Assessment and Management of Risk
•    A checklist for Making Good Decisions About Risk
•    Incident reporting and investigations
•    Implementation, Maintenance and Organisation of a HSE Programme