Workplace Safety Management Training
What you'll learn
- Safety Management overview. BASIC SAFETY CONCEPTS. Understanding human performance.
- Conceptual tool for safety analysis. The SHEL Model. Error and Violation. ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE. Effective safety reporting.
- The Safety Management. THE NEED FOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT. Hazard identification. Classification of Hazards.
- Safety risk management. Safety Cost-benefit analyses. SAFETY RISK PROBABILITY and SEVERITY.
- SAFETY RISK Tolerable and CONTROL. Safety risk mitigation and examination. THE FUNDAMENTALS OF SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT.
- Approach to Managing Safety. THE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PROCESS. Acceptable level of safety. A systematic approach to managing safety.
- Management commitment and responsibility; Safety accountability; Appointment of key safety personnel. Coordination of emergency response planning.;;
- Accident investigation Practical approach. Accident investigation Checklist. The Near-Miss incident. Some Models of investigation.
- To acquire this certificate no prerequisite knowledge is required. You will learn what you should know.
Workplace Safety Management Training
Module 1 Introduction of Safety Management.
Module 1.1 Safety Management overview.
Module 1.2 BASIC SAFETY CONCEPTS.
Module 1.3 Understanding human performance.
Module 2 Conceptual tool for safety analysis.
Module 2.1 The SHEL Model.
Module 2.2 Error and Violation.
Module 2.3 ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE.
Module 2.4 Effective safety reporting.
Module 3. Safety Management.
Module 3.1 The Safety Management.
Module 3.2 THE NEED FOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT.
Module 3.3 Hazard identification.
Module 3.4 Classification of Hazards.
Module 3.5 HAZARD ANALYSIS.
MODULE 4 SAFETY RISKS.
Module 4.1 Safety risk management.
Module 4.2 Safety Cost-benefit analyses
Module 4.3 SAFETY RISK PROBABILITY and SEVERITY.
Module 4.4 SAFETY RISK Tolerable and CONTROL.
Module 4.5 Safety risk mitigation and examination.
Module 4.6 THE FUNDAMENTALS OF SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT.
Module 5 Approach to Managing Safety
Module 5.1 THE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PROCESS.
Module 5.2 Acceptable level of safety.
Module 5.3 A systematic approach to managing safety.
Module 6 Elements of safety Management (Practical)
Module 6.1 Management commitment and responsibility;
Module 6.2 Safety accountabilities;
Module 6.3 Appointment of key safety personnel;
Module 6.4 Coordination of emergency response planning;
Module 7 Accident investigation. Practical
Module 7.1 Accident investigation Checklist.
Module 7.2 The Near-Miss incident.
Module 7.3 Some Models of investigation.
Examination 40 MCQ Question with single answer type.
Who this course is for:
- This training is mainly for the people who are working in an organisation and for the people seeking employment in any organisation to create extra impression to the employer.
Shambhu Nath Mandal is a Specialized Engineering in Aircraft Maintenance, repair and overhaul Engineering. From 1986 to 1987 Work in "aero engineer India" to take care of regulatory compliance. From 1987 to 2018 Work in Air India Engineering Service Ltd associated with maintenance of Aircraft and retired as Superintendent service Engineer and acquired Aircraft maintenance Engineer Licence after passing all DGCA B1.1 Module Examination. He is an Instructor-Foreman in Maintenance Training organisation (MTO) of Air India Engineering Service Ltd to act as a facilitator and safety instructor of CAR 147 Basic AME Student to fulfill their practical training requirement. During Service acquired Fire Engineering and Safety Management (FESM) and also European Union aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Instructor Diploma. Founder Member Aviation Safety Management Society of India MASMSI).