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Precautionary Measures for Production Operations

Precautionary Measures for Production Operations


Precautionary Measures for Production Operations


This course is gladly introduced to you by the International Academy of Human Resource Development (IAHRD).  Our experts have designed these courses to match your needs and take your career to the next level. Here in IAHRD our main goal is to deliver quality.Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems are based on a proactive process for incidents prevention. Risk assessment is required to be applied to all activities that impacts on health & Safety, production, asset, environment and the company's reputation. In this program you will apply risk assessment techniques that are related you your activities, balance risks related to cost, motivate people around you and promote for a safety culture and get to know the vital purpose of a quantified risk assessment. Staying ready for any dropouts will make you the winner.

As Bill Gates said 'Treatment without prevention is simply unsustainable.'



After finishing this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Distinguish  between hazard risk and risk assessment.
  2. Evaluate , analyze and overcome different types of risk.
  3. Promote a safety culture in their organizations.
  4. Design a risk reduction plan to prevent any large losses.
  5. Learn various communication styles to cope with sudden situations effectively.
  6. Plan and conduct successful appraisal interviews with their team.
  7. Design an action plan to be implemented.


Module 1: 

  1. Introduction to risk assessment.
  2. Hazards, risks and risks assessments concepts.
  3. Accidents managed effectively.
  4. approaches for risk evaluation.
  5. Integrating risk assessment within risk management.
  6. Techniques in semi-quantitative risk assessment.
  7. The task-based approach to risk assessment.
  8. Syndicate Exercise: Working In Small Groups .

Module 2:

  1. What are hazards?
  2. Analysis techniques.
  3. Hazard  identification and analysis through HAZOP.
  4. Syndicate Exercise- Application Of HAZOP To Relevant Processes.
  5. Instilling HAZOP within the risk management system.
  6. Planning and implementing HAZOP actions.

Module 3:

  1. Reliability technology.
  2. Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FM&EA).
  3. Failures of permit to work systems.
  4. Analysis of potential consequences like mechanics on fire, explosions and toxic releases.
  5. Fault Tree Analysis to explain potential accidents.
  6. Group Exercise on FTA.


Module 4:

  1. Human factors and human error.
  2. Hierarchical Task Analysis (HTA).
  3. Application to critical activities onshore and offshore.
  4. Working in small groups on task-based HAZOPs.
  5. Integrating human factor within HSE management system.

Module 5:

  1. Quantified Risk Assessment.
  1. The role of event tree analysis in scenario development.
  2. The role of fault tree analysis for multi-causation analysis.
  3. Applications for ETA and FTA.
  4. Case Study: Working In Small Groups On QRA- Loss Of Containment Event.
  5. Preparation of action plans, planning and implementing.
  6. Report back and discussion.
  7. Personal action plans, program review and the way ahead.

Who Should Attend?

  1. All Supervisors And Line Management .
  2. ProductionPersonnel
  3. ProcessPersonnel.
  4. MechanicalPersonnel.
  5. ControlPersonnel.
  6. MaintenancePersonnel.
  7. HSE Personnel.
  8. Interested candidates and researchers.


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