Quality for Health Sectors

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  • Fees : 3900 $
  • Date 14 Aug 2016
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Quality for Health Sectors

 

Introduction

 

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
  • High profile disasters, which fuel public opinion

 

The seminar is based upon “Successful Health and Safety Management” as produced by the Health and Safety Executive but not only, as various topics for High Hazard Plants will be looked into in more detail.

 

The seminar will give a practical guide to Safety Management Systems and the management loop associated with it including; Policy, Organization, Planning, Measuring Performance and Auditing and Reviewing Performance. The course will also look at the different Safety Management Systems and greater detail into Risk Control Systems (including an introduction to HAZOP studies).

 

In the United States and in Europe High Hazard Industries are strictly controlled by legislation. An understanding of OSHA’s Process Safety Management will enable participants to link these essential components with the overall necessity of a Safety Management System.

 

Course  Objectives

 

Participants attending the Seminar will understand:

  • The necessity to manage health and safety with the same degree of expertise and to the same standards as other core business activities
  • The Legislation in Europe and the United States for High Hazard Industries
  • Safety Management Systems
  • The Management Loop
  • Policy for Health & Safety
  • Organization for health and safety
  • Planning and Implementation
  • Measuring Performance
  • Auditing and Reviewing Performance
  • Risk Control Systems
  • Inputs
  • Outputs
  • Processes

 

Who Should Attend?

This Course is a practical guide for professionals involved in improving health and safety in their organization. It would benefit the following people:

  • Directors
  • Professionals
  • Safety Professionals
  • Employee Representatives
  • Training Methodology

There will be active participation throughout the seminar with group exercises, discussion, training videos as well as quizzes on the topics covered.

 

Outline

 

Part I

  • Introduction
  • Legislation for Health and Safety
  • Legislation for High Hazard Industries
  • Process Safety Management
  • The Seveso Directive
  • Introduction to Safety Management Systems
  • Mechanical Model
  • Socio-Technical Model
  • Human activity System
  • The Outer System Environment
  • The Inner System Environment

 

Part II

  • The Management Loop
  • Policy for Health & Safety
  • Human Resource development
  • Avoiding Loss
  • Responsibility for accidents rest with management
  • Organizational factors
  • Human Factors
  • Quality, Environment and Health and Safety
  • Organization for health and safety
  • Control
  • Co-operation
  • Communication
  • Competence

Part III

  • Planning and Implementation
  • Management arrangements
  • Risk Control Systems – Inputs Processes, Outputs
  • Risk Assessments
  • Hazard Identification & Evaluation Methods
  • Prioritizing Risks
  • Work Permit Systems & LO / TO
  • Hazard Communication
  • COSHH Assessments

Part IV

  • Planning the overall Health and Safety Management System
  • Case Study of the Flixborough Disaster
  • Introduction to HAZOP

Part V

  • Case study of the explosion and fires and at Texaco Refinery Milford Haven1994
  • Measuring Performance
  • Active Monitoring systems
  • Reactive Monitoring systems
  • Auditing and Reviewing Performance
  • Audits
  • Reviews
  • Course Evaluation and Summary

 

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