Major Accidents Hazards e-Learning
Major Accidents Hazards e-Learning provides an overview of major accident hazards and how process safety can provide a framework for management and control.
The course looks at what a major accident hazard is, the role that process safety and human performance plays in their day-to-day management, and the importance of maintenance of safety and environmental-critical elements (SECEs) on board an offshore installation.
Delegates completing an Major Accidents hazards e-Learning training course will be able to;
- Describe the background and history associated with major accident legislation
- Explain the use of the Safety Case
- Identify the purpose of the Offshore Installations (Offshore Safety Directive) (Safety Case etc.) Regulations (SCR) and identify other key pieces of legislation
- Explain what is meant by a ‘major accident’ and a ‘major accident hazard’
- Explain the Process Safety ‘3Ps’ and the purpose of a safety and environmental management system (SEMS)
- Explain the difference between personal safety and process safety
- Describe the history of major accidents and explain their influence on safety
- Describe human performance and the link to major accidents
- Describe how the risk associated with major accident hazards can be managed
- Describe how a barrier analysis model can be developed and used to identify and reduce risk
- Explain what is meant by a Safety and Environmental Critical Element (SECE)
- Identify the key pieces of legislation associated with the management of SECEs and the control of major accident hazards
- Explain the maintenance, performance standards, assurance and verification requirements associated with SECEs
How To Book e-Learning
Book your Major Accidents Hazards e-Learning training course online and you will receive a link to register for your course within 1 working day.