: Istanbul-Turkey: +905395991206 - Amman-Jordan: +962785666966 London-UK: +447481362802
-->

Health, Safety & Security

Safety Compliance & Site Inspection




Introduction:

“What you do not measure you cannot improve on”; every system however good on paper needs to be checked if it works in practice. How much more important is this need when what is at stake is not only money but human lives?

This Safety Audit and Site Inspection training course will cover the essentials of Audits. Delegates will learn that an Audit is about examining the systems within a company and verifying firstly that the systems actually do exist and secondly that these systems are within the legislative requirements. Within this essential training course, the focus will also be on methods of identifying gaps that should be filled and or improved upon.

Targeted Groups:

  • All Supervisors and Line Management who have assigned responsibilities within the organization’s Safety Management System (SMS)
  • HSE Personnel
  • Operations Personnel
  • Maintenance Personnel
  • Staff involved in contractor work

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course the participants will be able to:

  • Define the sources of harmful acts.
  • Understand and accept that safety is a function whereby everyone is responsible.
  • Establish that accidental injuries are caused by unsafe acts, behavior, and conditions.
  • Perform job safety analysis and give job safety instructions.
  • Conduct an accident investigation and fill a meaningful accident report.
  • Handle and react to various work accidents and emergencies.

Targeted Competencies:

  • Conducting an effective Company and Contractors Safety Audits
  • Appreciating the importance of pre-audit questionnaires
  • Understanding the legal aspects of audits
  • Improving the knowledge on safety issues
  • Improving the skills in undertaking Site Inspections

Course Content:

Unit 1: Definitions and Overview:

  • Accident, Safety, Health
  • World Health Organization (WHO) and OSHA
  • Threshold Limit Values

Unit 2: Industrial Hygiene:

  • Types of Hazards
  • Control Methods
  • Accidents Costs and Reporting

Unit 3: Job Safety Analysis (JSA)

  • Objectives
  • Uses and Benefits
  • Procedures
  • Recordings

Unit 4: Accidents Investigation, Reporting, and Prevention:

  • Causes of Accidents
  • Effects and Costs of Accidents
  • Reporting
  • Prevention

Unit 5: Management of Health and Safety:

  • Planning
  • Organizing
  • Leading
  • Controlling

Unit 6: Proper Behavior in Case of an Accident:

  • Types of Accidents
  • First Aid
  • CPR
  • Calling for Help

Unit 7: Safety Audit:

  • Importance
  • Benefits
  • Consequences

Unit 8: Ergonomics and Good Posture:

  • Bad Habits
  • Negative Effects
  • Correction