Some important major accidents in the process industries are used as starting point to prove importance of safety engineering and as a starting point to explain the principles of the international regulations (e.g. Seveso directive) and quantitative risk assessment.
An overview is given of the various internationally accepted qualitative and quantitative methods for the analysis and the assessment of occupational risks, their specific features and application fields. The pro and cons of every method are illustrated by a number of case studies and personal exercises.
- Introducing managing safely
- Assessing risks
- Controlling risks
- Understanding your responsibilities
- Identifying Hazards
- Investigation Accidents and Incidents
- Measuring Performance
- Protecting our Environment
- Working Walking Surfaces
- Fall Protection
- Fire Safety
- First Aid
- Manuel Handling
- Machine Handling
- Electrical Safety
- Machine Guarding
This course is designed for candidates having educational level up to Matric, FA/FSc ambitious to develop sound engineering concepts in building services design. Also very helpful for DAE/BSc Civil engineering students in on-job field applications.
A team of qualified and experienced professionals in civil engineering is conducting this course.
This course is delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, videos and hands-on practice on modern specific computers.
Situate the importance of occupational safety and health within a company context and within the broader society;
Make a deliberate choice out of the range of existing risk assessment methodologies for a given situation and apply The chosen method in an elementary industrial environment;
Explain the essential features of a safety management system and outline the responsibilities of the various Stakeholders to be involved;
Situate the basic notions with respect to well-being at the workplace;
Analyze and investigate occupational accidents, and phrase appropriate preventative measures.