HSE Management

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Many people find themselves leading teams and wondering what the ‘magic ingredient’ is to make them work together effectively. Good leadership creates strong teams. This programme will help you develop leadership skills that you can in many different situations. Leadership is not a process or a series of actions. It is a mindset and an attitude. Leadership is found in many places and in many people.

For someone who is in a job role where they have to lead a group of people to achieve targets for the organisation, they are now a leader and a manager. There are aspects where leadership and management occupy the same space but they are different types of skill.

On this programme you will learn what leadership is, why people need leadership, how to become a leader and how you will lead in your job role.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the models and theories of leadership
  • Describe the sources of leadership
  • Understand the nature of followership
  • Understand the principles that underpin leadership qualities
  • Describe and apply situational leadership

COURSE OUTLINE

Module 1. HSE Leadership

•                       GuestSpeaker: HSE Context

•                       Overview of the Course

Module 2. HSE Management Systems

•        HSE Compliance – Policies, Standards,Procedures & Objectives

•        Management Systems (ISO9001, 45001,14001)

•        Industry-based Standards and Guidelines

•        HSE Metrics and Continuous Improvement leadership in the HSE context

•        Safety Systems for Operations

Module 3. HSE Culture      

•        HSE & Corporate Culture

•        Occupational Safety Theory and Practice

•        Managing HSE – Behavioural based safety

Module 4. Engaging the Workforce and Human Factors

•        Behaviour based change

•        Occupational illness issues &monitoring

•        Mental health, wellness, stress

•        Engaging the workforce

Module5.  Process Safety Management

•        Hazard Identification, Analysis and RiskControl

•        Low Frequency, High Impact Events andPSM Introduction

•        Case Study- Texas City 2005

•        The Elements of Process Safety; Keeping it Simple

Module 6. Process Safety in Projects and Risk Management

•        Process Safety Management in Projects

•        Developing Risk-Based Thinking

•        Incident Investigation and Loss causation Module

Module 7. Risk Management

•        Risk Management Framework

•        Bow tie model

•        QRA

•        Safety Cases

•        Road Traffic Safety and risk management

•        Role of Audit and Assessments

Module 8. Managing Contractors  

•        Supply Chain & Contractor Management

•        The contracting process

•        Case Study: Identify and Analyse Hazards in Drilling Operations CSB Incident in Oklahoma

•        Contractor Management Work Process

•        Typical Pitfalls with Contractors

COURSE LENGTH - 4 weeks

TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS

This course includes lectures, readings, assignments and exercises, quizzes and case studies. All presentations, course materials and supporting language will be presented in English.

All participants will be expected to actively engage in class discussions. You should come prepared to ask or answer questions from your work outside of class and be prepared to discuss related issues, other points of view, or even opposing ideas.

Two 2 hour lectures per week

DELIVERY FORMAT

This course will be delivered online via Zoom or Microsoft Teams in 1 sessions of 5 hours per day. Audio-visual recording of presentation is strictly forbidden. Course materials cannot be purchased by non-attendees.

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