Hazard Identification Risk Assessment and Determining Controls (HIRAC) Two days / 16 Hours SHEQ 08-12

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Course Description

Under Health and Safety legislation the main requirement for employers is to conduct suitable and sufficient risk assessments. Indeed, risk assessments form the lynchpin of Health and Safety management. This course puts the emphasis on practical exercises, meaning that delegates will leave with the ability to perform hazard identification and risk assessments in their own organisations.

Low Student-to-Teacher Ratio

A low ratio of students to instructors (no more than 15:1) ensures plenty of one-on-one coaching by our expert instructors during realistic workshop exercises.

Target Group-Typical Course Candidates

  • Technical Managers And Supervisors
  • HSE Professionals SHE Practitioners
  • Line Managers
  • Risk Managers/Practitioners
  • Most Other Operation, Maintenance, Reliability, And Quality Staff Who Are Involved With Designing, Implementing, Tracking,
  • And Evaluating OHS Programs
  • All Employees
  • All Managers
  • All Supervisory Staff
  • All Contractors And Sub Contractors

Course Objective:

After completing this course, the student will be able to:

  • Identify OHS/SHE/HSE hazards and risks
  • Evaluate the frequency and the exposure of hazards and risks
  • Know the various risk categories and how to complete a risk profiling matrix
  • Understand the legal requirements related to HIRAC
  • Make-meaningful recommendations to improve the hazards and risks

Course Content:

  • Introduction-case studies
  • Module 1 The need for HIRAC and legislation
  • Module 2 Hazard identification
  • Module 3 Risk assessment
  • Module 4 The Risk Assessment Process
  • Module 5 Practical-exercise
  • Module 6 Response and action plan
  • Module 7 Documentation and risk profile

Outcomes: What will the delegate bring back to the workplace?

  • An understanding of the practical application of risk assessment techniques
  • A thorough understanding of the specific requirements of lone, pregnant and young workers
  • Hazard identification techniques
  • The ability to categorise and evaluate risk
  • An understanding of the requirements for monitoring and reviewing risk assessments
  • Participants will be able to contribute meaningful recommendations within the organisation
  • Understand the difference of all the types of risk assessments

Conducted continuous risk assessments

Training Methodology

This interactive training course includes the following training methodologies as a percentage of total tuition hours:
40% Lectures
10% Practical on Site or Case Study
30% Workshops, Group Work & Practical Exercises
20% Videos & Software

Duration: 2 days minimum 16 hours

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