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Safety Management course provides the fundamental knowledge required for the development and implementation of an effective health & safety program.
Participants can customize existing forms and layouts to complete their Company Safety Manual to suit their workplaces.
Learn fundamental concepts and processes for implementing the right safety management system at your organization.
Strategic Axis Certificate in Safety Management coursework spans a wide variety of topics — ranging from leadership skills and ethics; to developing budgets and controlling workers’ compensation costs; to designing and adjusting safety systems and programs, so they meet the needs of employees and businesses.
Apply the requirements of the new international standard ISO 45001 to improve health & safety.
Safety Management has come under considerable scrutiny in the light of recent disasters. However, the concept of Safety Management Systems is usually limited to the systematic approach and not to the holistic (all aspect) approach.
Safety Management must encompass both the hard and soft aspects of safety to produce an exceptional outcome.
Health and Safety has to be managed with the same degree of expertise and to the same standards as other core business activities because of the high cost of failures;
Legislation requiring employers to assess and manage risks; Public opinion on risk acceptability moving against poorly managed organizations which impose excessive risks and high profile disasters which fuel public opinion.
You might be interested in other Health and Safety programs as a next step.
- COURSE TYPE Practitioner
- COURSE NUMBER
- DURATION 3 days
- COURSE ACCREDITED BY Local Certificate
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO
This course will help participants and organizations understand the function, role, and importance of developing and implementing a Safety Management System (SMS).
Understand the necessary knowledge, techniques, and skills needed to develop a Safety Management System and measure its performance
Discover how a capable system can reduce costs
Learn cost-effective resource planning
See how safety risks are managed proactively
Explore how to build a positive safety culture within your organization
IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION
Participants who fully attend this course and complete the test on the last day will receive a Strategic Axis Professional Certificate (SAPC). SAPC certificates are regionally recognized and can be quite valuable when applying for more senior roles within the organization or outside.
Module 1: Introduction to Safety Management
Safety Management Fundamentals
Safety Management Provisions
State Safety Programme (SSP)
Safety Management Systems (SMS)
OSHA and IOSH standards
Module 2: Safety Management Objectives
Policy and Objectives
Integrating Safety Management Systems
The regulatory authority’s role in SMS oversight
Module 3: SMS Requirements
Clear and direct safety accountability of the Accountable Manager with consequences in personal liability
A defined safety policy endorsed by the Accountable Manager
A requirement to have a Safety Manager
The introduction of a Safety Review Board
Active and systematic hazard analysis, risk assessment and risk mitigation
Introduction of Safety Action Groups
Management of change
Continuous improvement in safety
Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
Safety training of all personnel
Submission of a Safety Management Manual (SMM)
Module 4: Legislation for Health and Safety
- Legislation for Health and Safety
- Law for High Hazard Industries
- Process Safety Management (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119)
- The Seveso Directive (EU Directive)
- Introduction to Safety Management Systems
- The Outer System Environment
- The Inner System Environment
Module 5: Policy and Safety Culture
- Policy for Health and Safety
- Responsibility for Accidents Rest with Management
- Organisational Factors
- Human Factors
- Job Factors
- Organisation for Health and Safety
- Control, Cooperation, Communication, Competence
- Safety Culture
Module 6: Planning and Implementation
- Planning and Implementation
- Management Arrangements
- Risk Control Systems – Inputs, Processes, Outputs
- Risk Assessments
- Work Permit Systems & LO / TO
- Hazard Communication
- COSHH Assessments
Module 7: Measuring Performance & HAZOPs
- Measuring Performance
- Active Monitoring Systems
- Reactive Monitoring Systems
- Audits & Reviews
- Case Study of the Flixborough Disaster
- Introduction to HAZOP
- Element Selection
Module 8: Behavioural Safety
- Taylor, Herzberg, Vroom, Geller, Maslow
- ABC Analysis – Antecedents, Behaviour and Consequences
- Natural Penalties and Consequences
- Identifying Critical Behaviours
- Observing Behaviours
- Feedback on Observations
In The Classroom
Private Team Training
Indiviual Private Session
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