Applied HSE Management - HS28

Discipline: Health, Safety, Environment
Level: Foundation
Instructors who teach this course:
  • Mr. Stephen Walter Asbury

  • About the course
  • Designed For
  • You will learn
  • Course Content
In just five days, learn how to develop and use an HSE management system to drive improvement and learning into your organization! This course is about understanding and applying common HSE management systems in oil, gas and petrochemical industries. It includes a rich blend of knowledge development sessions, individual and team exercises, problem-solving, and sector case studies. These come together to challenge participants in a realistic but fictional case study facility, Petros Barola Limited. Course content is built around the PetroSkills competence maps at the Fundamental Application level.

"Liked how the sessions were broken down and structured." - Facility Support Manager, Qatar

"Overall the course is good. Keep up the good work." - Field HSSE Advisor, Oman
Functional specialists seeking to improve their knowledge and application of HSE management systems, including operations supervisors, engineers, contract managers, project managers, and all staff who have the responsibility for designing, implementing, or supporting HSE management. Some prior knowledge of HSE management related topics is desirable but not essential.
How To:
  • Successfully apply the principle elements of an HSE management system aligned to the international standards ISO 14001 (environment) and OHSAS 18001 / ISO 45001 (occupational health and safety), and how to relate these to company management systems
  • Explain responsibilities for HSE management and the characteristics of successful leadership and management styles
  • Use key tools associated with HSE management including HazID, risk assessment, JHA, JSA, PTW, LOTO, and active (leading) and reactive (lagging) monitoring
  • Shape and initiate improvement in the safety culture of their own organizations
  • Leadership and commitment
  • HSE policy and strategic objectives
  • Legislation and regulation
  • Organization, responsibilities, and resources
  • Professional training and behaviors
  • Risk assessment and hierarchy of control
  • Planning and procedures
  • Contractor controls
  • Security
  • Emergency preparedness and response
  • Performance management
  • Incident reporting and investigation
  • Auditing
  • Management review and improvement