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    Workplace Health, Safety & Environment

    Course Summary
    • HSE (health, safety, and environment) is a set of processes and procedures designed to identify and mitigate potential hazards in a particular environment, develop best practices for reducing or eliminating those hazards, and train employees in accident prevention and response.
    • The need for HSE management arose from the dangerous working conditions of earlier eras, particularly in the manufacturing industry, where employees lacked adequate protection from the machinery and equipment they worked with. This led to a high rate of accidents resulting in injuries and even death. Over time, workers demanded better safety measures, prompting governments to introduce legislation requiring employers to ensure workplace health and safety, pay for medical insurance, and provide compensation for work-related injuries, illness, and death. The primary goal of HSE is to create a culture of safety by continuously assessing risks, implementing controls, and improving HSE performance to prevent harm to people and the environment.
    • The idea is, to begin with, a basic program and simple goals and grow from there. If you focus on achieving goals, monitoring performance, and evaluating outcomes, your workplace can progress along the path to higher levels of safety and health achievement.
    • Employers will find that implementing these recommended practices also brings other benefits. Safety and health programs help businesses:
      • Prevent workplace injuries and illnesses
      • Improve compliance with laws and regulations
      • Reduce costs, including significant reductions in workers' compensation premiums
      • Engage workers
      • Enhance their social responsibility goals
      • Increase productivity and enhance overall business operations
    • The course is designed for field, office, and lab employees.
    • The course is designed for contractors/third parties. Awareness level of safety, health & environment in the Oil & Gas Exploration & Production industry.
    • Covers 6 HSE fundamental courses.
    Course Objective
    • The main objective of safety and health programs is to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses, and deaths, as well as the suffering and financial hardship these events can cause for workers, their families, and employers.
    • Candidates should pass the exam and pass the practical assessment to get the certificate.

    • First aid basics: duties, roles, and Responsibilities of First Aid rescuers
    • Medical emergencies: Breathing Problems, Choking, Allergic Reactions, Heart Attack, Fainting, Diabetes, Stroke, Seizure
    • Injury emergencies: External Bleeding, Wounds, Internal Bleeding, Head, Neck, and Spinal Injuries, Broken Bones and Sprains, Burns, and Electrical Injuries
    • Environmental emergencies: Bites and Stings, Heat Related Emergencies, Cold Related Emergencies, Poison Emergencies
    • CPR and AED: CPR and AED for Adults, How to Help an Adult with an Opioid-Associated Life-Threatening Emergency
    • CPR and AED Continued. CPR for Children, CPR for Infants
    • Preventing Illness and Injury
    • First Aid Resources

    Fire Warden
    • What is Fire?
    • How it moves smoke?
    • Protection against Fire
    • People at risk in the event of fire Routine checks
    • Fire Fighting equipment
    • Evacuation techniques and strategies Action in the event of a fire
    • Safe evacuation and fire assembly
    • Fire Extinguisher types & uses
    Electrical hazards
    • Basic concepts of electricity
    • Hazards of electricity and static electricity
    • Issues relevant to the installation, use, inspection, and maintenance of electrical systems
    • Main principles for safe working in the vicinity of high voltage systems
    • Main hazards, risks, and controls associated with the use of portable electrical equipment

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

    • Types of PPE
    • Why PPE is the last option of hierarchy risk control measures
    • Limitations of PPE
    • Effective use of PPE at work and factors to be considered when selecting PPE
    Workplace Violence
    • Mental Health at workplace-statistics
    • Violence and bullying at the workplace -occupations at risk
    • Risk factors of violence
    • Signs and symptoms of workplace violence
    • Control measures to deal with violence at work
    Environmental awareness
    • Workplace environment
    • How can business affect the environment
    • Environmental risk assessment and factors considered

    • All newcomer field/operations employees.
    • All newcomers office/ Lab employees.
    • All Technicians and Maintenance employees.
    • All contractors and third parties.
    • All employees should have the fundamental and mandatory HSE training and certification before the first field, site, lab, and office exposure.

    • First Aid and CPR
    • Fire Warden
    • Electrical Hazards
    • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    • Workplace Violence
    • Environmental Awareness

    No prior experience is required.

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