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 This intensive will provide you with the many required and demanding attributes to ensure you effectively manage your Security Management program and projects. As the threat level remains at severe this popular training course investigates all aspects of Security Management providing solutions for both internal and external threats. Some of these threats security management can control directly; others may require additional executive and team support. Successful security management ensures that the company assets have been identified, evaluated for risk, and appropriate safeguards implemented to address the identified vulnerabilities. In addition, the scale and prominence of recent cyber-attacks has created a shift in focus for the Security Chief from just protecting physical assets to also include digital resources and new online and in-house methods of intrusion.
Process safety management is an analytical tool focused on preventing releases of any substance defined as a "highly hazardous chemical" by the EPA or OSHA. Process Safety Management (PSM) refers to a set of interrelated approaches to managing hazards associated with the process industries and is intended to reduce the frequency and severity of incidents resulting from releases of chemicals and other energy sources. These standards are composed of organizational and operational procedures, design guidance, audit programs, and a host of other methods.
Health, Safety and Environmental Management Training highlights the importance of health ,safety and environmental practices at the workplace, techniques for reducing risks and preventing accidents in workplace, development of best-in-class health, safety and environmental management system, methods for reducing the occurrence of ill-health and environmental hazards arising from workplace conditions, and improvement in health, safety and environmental culture of an organization.
Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) Compliance is an important and integral discipline that responds to the need of providing a safe and healthy working environment to the Industrial workers and also holds responsibility for maintaining and improving environmental, health and safety issues at national and international levels. The innovative program in Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) Compliance aims to give participants a thorough grounding in the skills necessary for a sound career in the EHS and/or using effective practices to elaborate the career aspects. The program covers the areas, technologies, policies, principles coupled with general and technology orientation towards implementing a robust compliance. This is supported by project work and ensures the graduates to emerge training in a wide range of technical skills and have a sharp appreciation of the relevance of the subject to workers and industrial needs.
This training seminar introduces the principles of carrying out competent risk assessments, preparing method statements and developing client/contractor project quality plans. An effective risk and project safety management program is widely accepted as an essential component in the control of client projects and their contractor’s competency and risk management procedures. Preventing major incidents is about ensuring that both client and contractor personnel, regardless of position, comply with client/contractor project risk control procedures, safe working practices and quality plans.
This highly-interactive training seminar will give you the skills and confidence to develop and sustain an effective safety culture that will enable your business to flourish. The seminar will provide delegates with a unique blend of proven management techniques and practical implementation to ensure a sustainable culture is achieved that will be a crucial aid to maximising business performance. An effective safety culture is widely accepted as being the essential component of an organization’s safety management system. Culture is to an organization as personality is to an individual in that each individual has one and each organization has one. A culture, just like a personality, is unique to each organization however a culture can either be supportive and stimulating or, if not carefully developed, highly debilitating and destructive. This seminar will provide you with the all the necessary tools to create your own unique and effective safety culture that will empower your workforce.
 
The taunt of ‘Production versus Safety’ has been with companies for many years. This barrier must be overcome. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), is one of the world’s leading bodies in setting Health and Safety standards. As such, to be up to date and keenly proactive, these standards should be known and applied. Personnel working within these standards will improve performance and therefore make the company more profitable. The expectation that personnel will always apply these standards because they are part of the company’s policies and procedures is optimistic. It is necessary from time to time to revisit and examine the standards in in order to both refresh and also to stimulate personnel for greater and more accurate application of the standards. This training seminar will review the major OSHA standards that are applicable to both high hazard plants as well as more general industrial (but widely applicable) standards.
This training course in Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) provides participants with an in-depth look into COSHH and Chemicals Regulations within the context of occupational health. Specifically, delegates will complete this course with practical knowledge in the risks associated with chemicals in the workplace as well as identifying, measuring and controlling exposure to harmful substances.
This Best Practice in Chemical Risk Assessment & Management course offers an intensive understanding of the principal legal requirements that companies need to be in compliance with when it comes to hazardous chemicals, in addition to actions need to meet these effectively. Bearing this in mind that this course will enables delegates to: • appreciate hazardous chemical risks, correct labeling & Safety Data Sheets (SDS) • collect and assess data about chemical hazards & properties • understand when health surveillance is necessary
The NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management delivers the essential knowledge needed to minimize fire risks, comply with fire legislation and protect people in the event of a fire. This highly practical 2-week course responds to the legal duty of employees with fire safety responsibilities to contribute to fire risk assessments as well as fire safety control measures. Led by highly experienced instructors, the interactive training and practical assessment will thus help delegates develop a key understanding of NEBOSH.
Manual handling is the act of exerting force to lift, push, carry, pull or move a heavy or cumbersome load. Because this is physically demanding, manual handling is a common cause of physical injury both in and outside the workplace. Despite the fact that it can cause injury manual handing is unavoidable in many industries. Because of this, safety professionals, doctors of physical therapy and governing bodies have taken action to ensure that individuals and professionals understand how to participate in manual handling without physical injury. The HSE (Health and Safety Executive) has set a number of regulations and protocols for organisations and employees dealing with manual handling in the workplace. The MHOR, or Manual Handling Operations Regulations 2004 is the leading resource on compliance in manual handling for organizations, managers and participating employees. By providing your employees with a manual handling course, you can ensure that you are meeting regulations in the workplace
Manual handling courses are an indispensable component of health and safety at work. Material learned through them is relevant for both the employees carrying out the manual handling and the management staff which is responsible for ensuring employee training and compliance on the subject. Formal training through manual handling courses can provide information, tips and techniques to significantly reduce workplace injury. In fact, for individuals who engage in activities requiring heavy lifting in the workplace, training in manual handing is a legal requirement. The responsibility to fulfill this requirement falls on the employer and is ultimately a benefit to both parties.
This course helps participants who either produce waste or handle waste to use information gained to develop a more sustainable and cost-effective way of managing waste in both a local and national context. It follows the principles of the waste management hierarchy to underpin good practice in waste management, in a way that recognizes waste as a resource. This will both help to protect the environment and maximize profit. Participants will learn to use a range of tools to explore opportunities in waste prevention, re-use and recycling; and in so doing, reduce management costs and create commercial opportunities. Opportunities for energy generation from biological waste, including food waste, will also be identified.
The purpose of this course is to provide managers and safety professionals with a deeper understanding of their role in implementing and determine the outcomes of a safety program. 'How to be a Leader in Safety and Health' focuses on the importance of top management involvement in guiding the process of implementing new approaches to health and safety. The course addresses the change management process which can be a challenge for some organizations seeking a significant improvement in their health and safety performance. When routine and traditional risk reduction approaches do not produce the desired results, a new strategy should be put in place. With many real life examples and interactive exercises, a step-by-step process is introduced to enable participants to influence health and safety policies and procedures in their organizations.
Driven by social, environmental and financial priorities, the sustainable construction movement has gained significant strength and momentum over recent years. With additional pressures from climate change impacts, it is not surprising that government-led sustainable design and construction initiatives are now international in scope with almost 60 national Green Building Councils establishing ambitious performance goals for the built environment in their respective countries. In this course, participants will gain an understanding of the importance of adopting forward-looking sustainable development strategies and of approaching each construction project with a clear set of sustainability targets/KPIs.
The sheer range of potential incidents and emergencies that can disrupt or even stop production are increasing. If managed correctly then not all of these incidents will become critical or be classed as a crisis, but those that result in increased losses or put increased demand upon the organisation will have serious consequences for the company, the shareholders and stakeholders or the country itself badly damaging the reputation of all those involved in the response. This course will teach you that meeting this commitment involves more than just being fully prepared.
HAZOP (Hazard and Operability) study is one of the most widely used hazard identification methods in the world and is utilized across many different industries. Countless potential risks and problems can be identified by using the systematic and structured approach of HAZOP. A successful HAZOP study is only possible if the study is led effectively. Without good leadership, studies ‘drift’ and become, at best, design reviews; or, at worst, contractual arguments. This course will provide participants with an understanding of the HAZOP methodology and why it works, as well as key skills to take on the role of a HAZOP Team Leader. Participants will learn how to function as a HAZOP study Leader including: preparing and selecting a team, choosing nodes, estimating timescales for completion, avoiding common problems, and formulating reports.