An established Occupational Health and Safety Management System Standard (such as OHSAS 18001) requires organization to identify the occupational risk and health of their process and workplace to determine those that have or can have an intolerable risk to the interested parties.
Further to that, as required by the law, each organization needs to have safe system of work to ensure harm is prevented to all employees including visitors and contractors. Safe system of work includes safe work procedures and instructions.In order to know that safe system of work is adequate, hazard identification and risk assessment need to be conducted.
This course provide delegates with an introduction to the practical approaches to identifying the occupational health and safety (OHS) hazard of your company’s process & workplace, their actual or potential intolerable risk as a basis of minimizing or eliminating risks through systematic approach.
Participants will be able to know the importance of carrying out HIRAC and when it needs to be conducted.
Who Must Attend
This course is designed for safety and health committee, working project team for OHSAS 18001, managers, engineers, supervisors and workers.
9.00am Session 1
Ø Overview of Occupational Health and Safety Management System
Ø HIRAC – Definitions and concepts
Ø Process of HIRAC – Comparison with JSA
11.00am Session 2
Ø Hazard identification tools
Ø Types of hazards
Ø Risk assessment
2.00pm Session 3
Ø Analyzing risk
Ø Evaluation of risk
4.00pm Session 4
Ø Risk control approach
Ø Practical Workshop
5.00pm Question & Answer | Certificate-Awarding Ceremony
5.30pm End of Training
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