Safety Assessment Training

$900.00 +GST

This 1-Day course provides an overview of the safety assessment process and how to adequately apply this to your facility; to ensure all hazards are identified, their risk is managed through adequate controls, and you are doing everything reasonably practicable to eliminate or minimise those risks.


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Training Date October 22, 2024 End Date October 22, 2024 Register By October 1, 2024 Presenter Paul Feltoe Maximum Attendees 12 Course Duration 1 Day

Location New Plymouth

Course Content

  • Q&A and Legal Background
  • Hazard ID – Hazard Identification techniques and approaches, HAZOP overview, HAZOP failures, Double Jeopardy and credibility
  • Risk Assessment – how to frame scenarios and the different approaches to risk assessment. Bowtie and LOPA basics
  • Reasonably Practicable – what does ALARP and/or SFAIRP mean to you
  • Critical Control Management summary
  • Workshops and Case studies

Safety Assessment is a phrase used in New Zealand Major Hazard Facility regulations however the methodology is applicable and transferrable to all types of workplaces that fall under the New Zealand Health and Safety at Work Act. This course can be run online or face to face and is aimed at operations, maintenance, technical, HSE, and management.

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