Understanding and Implementing Occupational Health and Safety Risk Management Techniques (OHS 02)

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Scope of the Manual

 This training manual covers the requirements for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OH&S MS) which are supplementary to the OHSAS 18001 STANDARD. The OHSAS 18001 standard is too general – It does not mention the actual techniques for conducting the HIRA and the principles safeguarding risk assessment in general. This course includes two standards which are ISO 31000 – Risk Management, Principles and guidelines and ISO 31010 – Risk Assessment Techniques.

Course objectives

 Any student who successfully completes this module will b e able to:

  1. Apply the Risk management-Principles and Framework (ISO 31000)
  2. conduct HIRA-Hazard Identification and Risk assessment
  3. Dufferentiate between the types of HIRA
    • Baseline HIRA
    • Issue base HIRA
    • Continuous HIRA

4. Choose and apply suitable risk assessment techniques (ISO 31010)

    • Organizational Chart
    • Flow Chart
    • Questionnaires
    • Physical Risk Inspection
    • Fault tress
    • HAZOP Study
    • Safe Guards
    • Business Impact Analysis
    • Life Cycle Assessment

5. Apply risk rating methods-Methods used to assess the risk

Introduction

1
Introduction

Terms and Definitions

1
Terms and Definitions

Principles

1
Principles
2
Chapter Quiz Questions
4 questions

Framework

1
Framework
2
Chapter Quiz Questions
4 questions

Process

1
Process
2
Chapter Quiz Questions
3 questions

Risk Assessment Techniques

1
Risk Assessment Techniques
2
Chapter Quiz Questions
2 questions
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Enrolled: 7 students
Duration: 35 hours
Lectures: 6
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced

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