5th - 16th March 2018 (London, UK) 2nd - 13th July 2018 (London, UK) 12th - 23rd November 2018 (Dubai, UAE)
The health and safety environment within Oil and Gas Exploration operations is a growing concern as
oil production increases to keep up with demand and technology advances creating new hazards.
Recent high-profile events have brought safety and environment concerns to the forefront demanded
by regulators, general public and within operating companies themselves. Health and safety issues
now affect all organisations to the extent where the potential risks and legal obligations cannot be
To comply with changes in legislation and to protect staff, more companies are looking to reduce the
risk of accidents and non-compliances by driving a total culture focused on commitment to safety and
process compliance, implementing an effective evaluations of occupational health and safety
management system effectiveness and ensuring operations are prepared for audits at any given time.
Understand effective HSE audit and hazard management principles
Implement advanced safety identification and management procedures for hazard
Develop on-boarding strategies for ensuring safety and process compliance.
Assess and prioritize risks from infrequent large to frequent small consequences.
Apply best practices in coordinating the design, development and implementation of audit and
hazard management process.
Understand regulatory issues and ensure full compliance.
Planning and managing HSE audit programmes
Implementing safety on-boarding strategies
Managing documentation and reporting process for compliance
HSE Regulations and strategies for compliance
External audit and compliance
Monitoring, review and continuous improvement strategies.
|Duration||10 working days|
|Certification||A certificate of completion is granted on successful completion of the programme.|
|Travel and accommodation||Travel and accommodation to be paid for at source by delegates|
|Fees||Course fees for tuition, materials and certification: £4,750 (Excl. VAT) per delegate for 2 weeks.|