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Remote Training: Fundamentals of HSE Audit and Inspection


Course Description

This highly-interactive HSE Audit and Site Inspection training seminar will cover the essentials of Audits. Delegates will learn that an Audit is about examining the systems within a company and verifying firstly that the systems actually do exist and secondly that these systems are within the legislative requirements. Within this essential training course, the focus will also be on methods of identifying gaps that should be filled and or improved upon.

In this training course, participants will learn about document searches, interviews and actual Site Inspections. Audit and Inspection findings are facts and not opinions and this is emphasized throughout the course.

Who Should Attend?

• All Supervisors and Line Management who have assigned responsibilities within the organization’s Safety Management System (SMS)
• HSE Personnel
• Operations Personnel
• Maintenance Personnel
• Staff involved in contractor work

Course Objectives

By the end of this training course, participants will:

• Understand the legal background
• Appreciate all Audit activities
• Gain knowledge about the elements of a Safety Management system
• Successfully undertake Site Inspections
• Assess the Safety Culture of the organization
• Evaluate the Emergency Plans of the Organization

Location & Date

  • 2020
    • 24 May-27 May 2020
    • E-learning via Remote Traning


  • 2020
    • Per participant
    • USD 350
Fees + VAT as applicable
Tax Registration Number : 100139824100506

Course Outline

  • Course Outline
    • Introduction to Audits, Legislation & Contractors
    • Introduction to Safety Audits and Inspections
    • The Legal Aspects
    • Good Practice for the
    • The New Seveso III Directive
    • PSM 1910.119
    • Directive 92/57/EEC - temporary or mobile construction sites
    • Contractor Selection & Induction
    • Risk Management & Risk Assessments
    • Evaluating Risk Assessments
    • Elements of a Safety Management System – Audits
    • Types of Safety Management Systems
    • Mechanical Model
    • Socio Technical Model
    • Elements of Safety – Management Systems
    • SMS Policy – Elements of SMS Policy Statements
    • Proactive and Reactive Monitoring of Performance
    • ANSI / API 754 Process Safety Indicators
    • The Auditors’ Qualifications
    • Audits
    • Pre Audit Activities
    • On-Site Activities
    • Post Audit Activities
    • Classification of Findings
    • Inspections
    • Observation Techniques
    • Specific Audit / Inspection Systems - physical inspection of the site
    • Confined Space Entry
    • Work at Height
    • Scaffolding
    • Ladders
    • PPE
    • Fire Assessment
    • Chemicals
    • Work Permit Systems
    • Safety Culture
    • Safety Culture and Behavioral Safety
    • Motivation - Taylor, Herzberg, Vroom, Gueller, Maslow
    • ABC Analysis
    • What drives behavior?
    • Natural Penalties and Consequences
    • Auditing the Safety Culture
    • Improving the Culture
    • Emergencies
    • Internal Emergency Plans
    • External Emergency Plans
    • Auditing Emergency Plans
    • Audit Reports
    • Seminar Review
    • Evaluation