Basics of HSE Management - HS18

Discipline: Health, Safety, Environment
Level: Basic
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Recognition and effective management of HSE risks/impacts is a fundamental requirement of companies operating in our sector. This course provides participants with the underpinning knowledge on how to specify and implement an effective HSE management system at the technical level. The course is based upon a common HSE management system which explains the elements and their interaction. A variety of exercises and case studies based on our Petros Barola on and off-shore case studies, as well as readings and videos will be used to develop understanding and practice the skills.

The course is designed for the oil, gas and petrochemical industries around the PetroSkills competence maps for HSE Management at the Awareness level. This class can be taken alone, or together with our Basics of Safety (HS10). It provides the underpinning knowledge for participants seeking a career first-step qualification - the NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (IGC). For holders of the NGC gained within the last five years, this class provides for conversion to the IGC (upon request).
All workers requiring basic awareness and/or a qualification in HSE management. These may include field/operations staff, office workers, engineers, supervisors, project managers, and aspiring HSE professionals. It is ideal for anyone with no prior HSE management knowledge.
  • The principle elements of an HSE management system, and how these interact to promote performance improvement
  • How to use ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001/ISO 45001, HSG65, and ILO OSH-2001
  • Key tools for assessing risks, risk control, and active/reactive monitoring
  • The roles and responsibilities of individuals within the management system and how these can affect the safety culture of the organization
  • Examination techniques for the NEBOSH IGC1 exam (if required)
  • Leadership, policy, objectives
  • Legislation and regulation of HSE
  • Responsibilities, resources and competence
  • Risk assessment and control
  • Planning, safe systems of work
  • Contractor controls
  • Emergency preparedness and response
  • Incident reporting and investigation
  • Inspections and audits
  • Management review