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The development of mechanized, computerized and high speed precision production processes has to lead to the release of industrial hazards leading to several industrial incidents.
These incidents result in serious injuries, permanent disabilities, fatalities, occupational illnesses, environmental pollution and sometimes; loss of assets and corporate image. It is important to protect and secure the health and welfare/wellbeing of persons at work and that of persons other than those at work against risk posed by these hazards arising out of or in connection with the activities of person at work.
The knowledge of Health, safety and environment is ideal for all works of life. But is mandatory for the oil and gas sector. It is a standard practice internationally; hence, IHSE (international Health, Safety and Environment). The study of this course will equip you with quality knowledge on how to ensure that loss, damage etc. is mitigated.
IHSE Professional Course is in levels such as Level 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.
Scope and nature of Occupational Health and Safety
Principles of Health, Safety and Environment
In-dept understanding of the roles and responsibilities of employers and employees
International Framework and Standards
Business Aspects of Health and Safety
Occupational Safety and Health management system.
Health and Safety Policy
Organizational safety roles and responsibilities
Qualities of a safety officer
Concept and Significance of Health and Safety Culture
Importance of planning
Basic Hierarchy of Risk Reduction Measures
Developing and Implementing Safe System of Work
Permit to work systems
Sources of Health and Safety Information
Monitoring and audits
Investigating incidents, Recording and reporting incidents
Review of Health and Safety Performance
Principles of a First Aid
Scope of First Aid
First Aid Procedures
Practical Emergency Situations that requires First Aid Procedure
Basic Life Support
Industrial hygiene risk and control
Occupational accidents and illnesses
Elements, causes and sources of fire Classes of fire
Principles of Fire Extinguishment
PASS Technique for Extinguishment