An HSE Introduction To Non HSE Managers & Heads
Course Description
Every organization has legal and moral obligations to offer a safe working environment. This course will give you an in-depth understanding of the roles, functions and legal responsibilities regarding HSE in the workplace and will help you create a healthier, more efficient and compliant workplace. This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of legislative responsibilities of Managers and Head of Departments, the need for good practice in all areas of HSE and the need for appropriate documentation. It provides a vital overview of the direct impact that Health &Safety legislation can have on them as individuals as well as to their organizations. As a normal practice in well-established organizations, managers and department’s heads are key participants in the HSE management system activities. This participation would be in the form of supporting, assisting and involving in many important HSE issues like: The identification of hazards in the workplace and assessing their risks, conducting tours, inspection and audits, investigate accidents and near misses, promoting safety culture. This course is designed to empower participants with the knowledge and skills required for implementing effectively the above HSE related tasks while doing their normal activities.
The Training Course Will Highlight ?

The course will cover:

  • Understanding modern concepts of Occupational Health, Safety & Welfare at workplace
  • Reasons and Costs of Occupational Health & Safety
  • Key elements of Occupational Health & Safety Management System (OHSMS)
  • Developing Health & Safety Culture at workplace
  • Hazard Identification & Risk Assessments
  • Reducing workplace incidents & accidents
  • Health & Safety communication in today’s environment
  • Implementing HSE Management System
  • HSE Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) & Reporting requirements
Training Objective

By the end of this course delegates will be able to:

  • The key areas of the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act 2004
    Workplace Injury
  • Rehabilitation and Compensation (WIRC) Act 2013
  • Environmental Protection Act 1970
  • HSE hazard and risk management process
  • Investigating and reporting workplace incidents
  • The framework for consultation and issue resolution in the workplace
  • under the OHS Act, Regulations and WIRC Act
  • Due diligence and how it needs to be applied in the workplace
  • The key elements of a Health, Safety and Environment management system

Target Audience

Team Leaders, Managers, Line Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders, Project Managers, Control Center Operators and Supervisors, Emergency Dispatchers, Security Personnel and CCTV Operators, HSE Officers, HSE Personnel, HSE Professionals, Emergency Response Team Members, HSE Managers and Auditors, Health & Safety and Environmental Professionals, Coordinators, Specialists and other full-time safety practitioners, Fire Officers, Loss Control Managers, Security Directors and Managers, Security Supervisors, Facilities Directors and Managers, HR and Administrative Managers with responsibility for security, Project Managers, Safety Inspectors, Plant Managers

Training Methods

Daily Agenda

HSE Management in Projects
Overview on the development of HSE management systems
HSE management system structure and components
HSE policy and objectives
Legal compliance (how to formulate a register)
Measuring and monitoring safety
Emergency planning and preparedness

Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment
Workplace hazards types
How to identify hazards
Risk concepts
Risk matrix and checklists
Models of risk assessment procedures
Accident/ Incident Investigation
Accident/ incident process
Accident reporting scheme
Preparedness for accidents
Accidents causation model
How to investigate accidents
How to develop sequence of events
How to determine the causes and recommend corrective actions
How to write the accident report
Case study
HSE Tours, Inspections and Audits
HSE Audit vs. inspection & tour
Conduct tactics & techniques
Root causes finding
Raising non-conformances
Behavioral Based Safety (BBS)
Motivation and employee involvement
What is the safety culture
Development of positive safety culture
Behavior vs. attitude
How to promote safety culture


BTS attendance certificate will be issued to all attendees completing minimum of 75% of the total course duration.

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Course Rounds : (5 -Days)

Code Date Venue Fees Register
HSE149-09 25-09-2022 Dubai USD 4950
HSE149-010 13-11-2022 Istanbul USD 5450
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UpComing Date

  • Start date 25-09-2022
  • End date 29-09-2022

  • Country UAE
  • Venue Dubai

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