General description of the training program:
In this course (Advanced Standards’ Practices in Safety and Risk Management), you will master how to develop contingency plans and take appropriate actions and learn how to develop and manage safety risk management activities including: strategies, assessments, safety plans, personnel management, evacuation, and emergency personnel transportation.
This course is designed for security and safety officers, managers and field employees working in security, safety, disaster management, and emergency situations. This course presents the best international practices and modern standards in knowing and understanding the different types of risks and modern methods of prevention in different environments and the impact of these risks on the health of workers. Work risks are divided into four groups: (chemical risks, natural risks, biological risks, and terrorism risks) in public and private facilities.
The general objective of the training program:
• Identifying risk assessment challenges and risk taking in a multicultural or high risk environment.
• Describe how the understanding of risk affects decision-making and its consequences.
• Knowing the areas of human factors in which a consistent understanding of risk is important to effective risk management.
• Comparison of systemic and behavioral trends based on empirical evidence.
• Assess how an understanding of risk can be effectively applied to safety and risk management systems.
• The ability to identify and assess workplace risks in accordance with international standards.
Detailed objectives of the training program:
• The global concept of risk.
• Potential public safety hazards.
• Unlimited and Emerging Risks.
• Risks and Risks Considerations.
• Achieving effective risk management objectives.
• Hazards and Risks – Threat and Error Model.
• Key elements in the perception of danger.
Advanced Safety Practices:
• Introduction to Safety Management.
• Work environment risks.
• Electrical Hazards.
• For mechanical hazards.
• Fire Hazards.
• Ergonomic hazards (interaction of work with the work environment).
Storage and Handling:
• Storage and handling of hazardous materials.
• Working on high places.
• Communicate information on hazardous materials HAZCOM.
• Work Permit Systems.
• Safety in welding work.
• Building emergency plans and crisis management.
• Basics of inspection of occupational safety and health work.
• Principles of Investigation of Facilities Accidents.
• Work indoors.
• Workshop and business models.