Safety Management Best Practices

Safety Management Best Practices

29 – 31 Januari 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
10 – 12 Februari 2015, New Saphir Hotel, Yogyakarta
04 – 06 Maret 2015, Ibis Style Hotel, Yogyakarta
07 – 09 April 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
12 – 14 Mei 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
23 – 25 Juni 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
01 – 03 Juli, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
04 – 06 Agustus 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
08 – 10 September 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
06 – 08 Oktober 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
17 – 19 November 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta
08 – 10 Desember 2015, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta


This course is aimed at providing experience on the application of safety management principles and techniques that are relevant to a wide variety of industries. Safety Management Best Practice requires a twin approach of following the legislative standards and seizing the opportunities available in good risk management. Risk management is the identification assessment and prioritisation of risk and then monitor and control such risks.

Safety Management is applicable in all companies whether by following an accredited Safety Management System or by purely following a Hazard Register with the appropriate Risk Assessments. The question that remains is what best practice is available that will result in excellent performance.

This course will feature:

Control of Major Accidents Hazards ‘COMAH’ & Seveso II for onshore installations
Active and Reactive Monitoring and KPIs
HSE Plans – including Pre-Construction & Pre-Operations Safety Reports
Task-based risk assessments
Human Reliability

What are the Goals?

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

Identify key safety Codes of Practice introduced by major organizations
Develop best practice for promoting a positive safety culture
Calculate Task-based risk assessments
Analyse HSE Plans and Pre Construction & Pre Operations Safety Reports
Understand Active and Reactive monitoring

Who is this Course for?

The course will be valuable to all involved in construction, production, maintenance, and planning and will be of great benefit to:

Health & Safety professionals
Production, process, mechanical, control, and maintenance personnel
Project professionals and Engineers
Personnel involved in the preparation and maintenance of COMAH or Seveso Reports

How will this be Presented?

This course will utilise a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This includes exercises, syndicate and group discussion, training videos and discussions.

Training Topics

Major Hazards Control Best Practice

The Safety Case concept
COMAH & Seveso Code of Practice
Elements of COMAH & Seveso
HSE Management Systems and major hazards
Emergency planning and major hazards

Human Reliability & Root Cause Analysis Best Practice

The role of human contribution to incidents
Active errors, preconditions and latent failures
Incident analysis techniques- best practice
Fault Tree analysis
Linking between root causes, conclusions and recommendations

Risk Assessment Best Practice

Risk assessment- the pitfalls
How to make risk assessment effective
Evaluation of risks- best practice
Applying task-based risk assessment to Work Permits
The role of task analysis and job-safety analysis

Measuring Performance & Safety Culture

Measuring performance
Key Performance Indicators & Process Safety Performance Indicators
Best practice techniques for promoting safety culture
Communication, control, co-operation & competence
Assessing improvement and linking safety culture with the HSE Management System

Project HSE Plans

CDM Regulations
Construction HSE Plans
Pre Construction Safety Report
Pre Operation Safety Reports
Course evaluation