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    NExT-HSE Module 01: Introduction to HSE, Hazard Identification, Observation/Intervention (BBS) - RILS

    Introduction to HSE

    • Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) objective
    • Why Health and safety in the workplace (Illustration)
    • HSE factors
    • Why should YOU care about  HSE?
    • The Case for HSE
    • Pride in your Job and your Country
    • Success in your career
    • Accountability for the safety and health of  your team
    • Financial rewards for you and your Company
    Hazard Identification
    • Hazard Identification Objective
    • Recognizing, Analyzing & Controlling Risks
    • Theory of Risk Control
    • Heinrich’s Pyramid
    • The Iceberg Theory
    • Heinrich and the Iceberg
    • Control the HSE and Quality
    • The Theory of Risk Control
    • Proactive vs. Reactive
    • Rules and Regulations
    • Prevention vs. Mitigation
    • Prevention Measures
    • Mitigation Measures
    Observation/Intervention (BBS)
    • Introduction.
    • Training Objective
    • Groupe Exercise
    • Behavior-Based Safety
    • Evaluation of QHSE Culture
    • Observation / Intervention Scope
    • ABC Theory
    • Behavior-Based Safety ABS Illustration
    • Which behavior has higher motivation & why
    • At-risk behavior has higher motivation
    • Safe behavior has lower motivation
    • Developing Safe Behavior in the Workplace
    • O/I Suggested Steps

    Introduction to HSE

    • Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) objective
    • Why Health and safety in the workplace (Illustration)
    • HSE factors
    • Why should YOU care about  HSE?
    • The Case for HSE
    • Pride in your Job and your Country
    • Success in your career
    • Accountability for the safety and health of  your team
    • Financial rewards for you and your Company
    • Group Exercise
    • SUMMARY
    Hazard Identification
    • Introduction
    • Hazard Identification Objective
    • Recognizing, Analyzing & Controlling Risks
    • Group Exercise
    • Theory of Risk Control
    • Heinrich’s Pyramid
    • The Iceberg Theory
    • Heinrich and the Iceberg
    • Control the HSE and Quality
    • The Theory of Risk Control
    • Proactive vs. Reactive
    • Rules and Regulations
    • Group Exercise
    • Prevention vs. Mitigation
    • Prevention Measures
    • Mitigation Measures
    • Group Exercise
    • Risk Control
    • Group Exercise
    Observation Intervention
    • Introduction
    • Training Objective
    • Groupe Exercise
    • Behavior-Based Safety
    • Evaluation of QHSE Culture
    • Observation / Intervention Scope
    • ABC Theory
    • Behavior-Based Safety ABS Illustration
    • Which behavior has higher motivation & why
    • At-risk behavior has higher motivation
    • Safe behavior has lower motivation
    • Developing Safe Behavior in the Workplace
    • O/I Suggested Steps
    • Quiz


    • Newcomers
    • Anyone untrained in HSE Fundamentals.

    Introduction to HSE

    • Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) objective
    • Why Health and safety in the workplace (Illustration)
    • HSE factors
    • Why should YOU care about  HSE?
    • The Case for HSE
    • Pride in your Job and your Country
    • Success in your career
    • Accountability for the safety and health of  your team
    • Financial rewards for you and your Company
    Hazard Identification
    • Hazard Identification Objective
    • Recognizing, Analyzing & Controlling Risks
    • Theory of Risk Control
    • Heinrich’s Pyramid
    • The Iceberg Theory
    • Heinrich and the Iceberg
    • Control the HSE and Quality
    • The Theory of Risk Control
    • Proactive vs. Reactive
    • Rules and Regulations
    • Prevention vs. Mitigation
    • Prevention Measures
    • Mitigation Measures
    Observation/Intervention (BBS)
    • Introduction.
    • Training Objective
    • Groupe Exercise
    • Behavior-Based Safety
    • Evaluation of QHSE Culture
    • Observation / Intervention Scope
    • ABC Theory
    • Behavior-Based Safety ABS Illustration
    • Which behavior has higher motivation & why
    • At-risk behavior has higher motivation
    • Safe behavior has lower motivation
    • Developing Safe Behavior in the Workplace
    • O/I Suggested Steps

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