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Integrating Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Management System (HSEQMS)

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About the course

Many petroleum and gas companies and industrial organizations have implemented a proactive approach to process hazards analysis and risk assessment under their Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Management Systems. However incidents continue to occur due to inadequate hazards identification and risk assessment. This programmed analyses the present position of the participants, enhances and develops the skills and strategies required to apply the advanced and up-to-date techniques to identify process hazards and carrying out effective hazard analysis, risk assessment and Quality Management which will allow them to design the practical plans and implement effective actions to eliminate or reduce these hazards and risk, to realize the quality control and management in their organizations.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the delegates will be able to:

  • Receive proficiency in the methods of advanced and up-to-date techniques for hazards identification and the types of risk
  • Set out clear guidelines for effective estimation and evaluation of risks to link between risk assessment and risk management
  • Enable them to learn the role of human error and accident causation
  • Review and develop their personal techniques for hazard analysis and be able to apply Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH), Check-Lists, HAZOP, and task based risk assessment
  • Enable them to be familiar with selected commercial soft wares for dispersion modeling, fire explosion, toxic releases, temperature extremes, high voltage electricity and slippery work surfaces hazards
  • Design a practical action plans and implement the effective actions which eliminate or reduce hazards and the risk in their workplace
  • Develop the practical action plans and implement the effective actions which realize the quality control and management in their organizations
  • Develop target setting, implementing, control and review of action plan

Course Outline

Day 1

Introduction to Integrated Management Systems (IMS-HSEQMS)

  • What is an Integrated Management system (IMS)?
  • Management System Standards
  • OHSAS 18001:2007 (Health and Safety Management Systems)
  • ISO 14001:2004 (Environment Management Systems)
  • ISO 9000:2000 (Quality Management Systems)
  • ISO 19011:2002 (Management Systems Auditing
  • The Business Case for an IMS – Costs and Benefits

Day 2

IMS - The HSEQMS Framework

  • Plan – Do – Check – Act
  • Plan: Policy and Planning
  • Do: Implementation and Operation
  • Check: Performance Assessment Improvement
  • Act: Management Review
  • Setting the HSEQMS Framework within the Organization
  • Case Study: The Bhopal Gas Disaster, including Video
  • Team Exercise: Writing up HSEQMS Framework

Day 3

IMS - Developing an HSEQ Management System

  • New Risk Mapping Tool
  • Developing a Risk Mapping program
  • Identifying Hazards using the new Risk Mapping Tool
  • Determining Potential Risk
  • Reviewing Existing Emergency Plans and Response Actions
  • Developing and Writing HSEQ Procedures and Work Instructions
  • Case Study: Chemical Explosions, including videos
  • Team Exercise: Identifying hazards using the Risk Mapping Tool

Day 4

IMS - Implementing and Monitoring an HSEQMS

  • Establishing and Implementing Active and Reactive Monitoring Procedures
  • Developing and Writing an HSEQ Auditing Procedure
  • Carrying out an HSEQ Audit and Writing and Presenting the Audit Report
  • Case Study: Major Accidents, including video
  • Team Exercise: Writing and Presenting an HSEQ Audit Report

Day 5

IMS - HSEQMS Auditing

  • Case Study: Step-by-Step guide for developing and implementing an HSEQMS
  • Program Key Points Summary
  • Open Discussion and Review Session

## Course Methodology

A variety of methodologies will be used during the course that includes:

  • (30%) Based on Case Studies
  • (30%) Techniques
  • (30%) Role Play
  • (10%) Concepts
  • Pre-test and Post-test
  • Variety of Learning Methods
  • Lectures
  • Case Studies and Self Questionaires
  • Group Work
  • Discussion
  • Presentation

Who should attend

This course is intended for those who are responsible for health, safety and environment in the organization and those who are involved in OHSAS 18001 assessments of suppliers and potential suppliers such as management representatives, environmental managers, engineers, and consultants.

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