NEBOSH International Certificate by hcj


									NEBOSH International Certificate

Fire Inspector / Fire Prevention: Course One

Fire Inspector / Fire Prevention: Course Two

Fire Safety Inspection & Risk Assessment Course

Quantified Risk Assessment


Fire/Explosion & Safety Technology

(The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health is the "flagship" qualification for safety professionals. It fulfils the academic requirements for those seeking to become chartered or corporate members of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health.) (A study of fire inspection practices including: purpose; definition; Fire Prevention Bureau activities; hazards; fire behavior; fire causes; types of construction, including structural features, flame spread, occupancy and fire load; inspection techniques; and conducting inspections.) (A study of fire inspection practices including: purpose; definition; Fire Prevention Bureau activities; hazards; fire behavior; fire causes; types of construction, including structural features, flame spread, occupancy and fire load; inspection techniques; and conducting inspections.) (Fire risk assessment helps to identify all fire hazards and risks, and with the recognition that a fire can seriously damage or even destroy a business, this course will enable participants to understand new fire legislation & safety procedures.) (This seminar is designed for technical staff with roles and responsibilities within project development, design, modification and maintenance, as well as for all HSE professionals and those responsible for the Risk Register who require a comprehensive understanding of the advanced techniques and software available for the assessment of risks.) (Our HAZOP course aims to impart a thorough understanding of the principles and methodology of HAZOP study and its practical application, alongside an awareness of the key features which determine the effectiveness of HAZOP study in exposing relevant hazards and operability problems.) (This course covers the principles of

PHSER ( Project HSE Review )

Occupational Health

OHSAS 18001 Internal Auditors Certification

Advanced Risk Management COMAH approach

Managing Safely ( IOSH certified)

Managing Risk ( IOSH certified)

Working Safely ( IOSH certified)

combustion explosions in addition to explosion hazard and protection applications.) (This course will concentrate on the elements of a Project HSE Plan, the stages of project development, Project HSE Reviews ‘PHSER’, the role of HAZOP and QRA in project development and applications for Project PHSER) (This course provides a thorough grounding in occupational health & hygiene, the principles of risk assessment & management, human physiology, hazardous substance risk assessment & management, biological agents, & contaminated food & water.) (The primary objective of this training course is to instruct OH&S internal auditors in the principles and practices specific to auditing conformance to national and international accepted norms and regulations of OH&S.) (This course is designed to enable participants to appreciate differences between hazards, risks and risk assessment and to learn how to evaluate a variety of risks. The course is essential for supervisors and line management responsible for HSE-MS, and for all production, process, mechanical, control, maintenance and HSE personnel.) (This course aims to introduce managers at all levels to different aspects of managing safety and health in the workplace and introduces the multi-disciplinary nature of health and safety at work) (This course aims to provide an understanding and explanation of the concept of risk, to define the term hazard, determine methods of identifying hazards, and to explain the significance of corporate governance and respective key reports.) (This course is targetted at all employees as it is designed to improve the safety culture within an organization as a whole. It focuses on how individual actions

contribute to Health and Safety in the workplace, and communicates the importance of an individual’s responsibilities.) (This course is designed to advise members Accident Incident Investigation of an independent team on how to conduct root-cause analysis in order to formulate final conclusions and recommendations to prevent similar accidents occurring in the future.) (The course aims to provide participants Environmental Audit with sufficient understanding of the types, objectives and methods of conducting environmental audits to allow them to participate effectively in an audit team. ) (The Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a recognised tool for assessing the environmental consequences of a development before it is undertaken. Not only is it considered best practice internationally to undertake an EIA as early as possible in the planning stage of a project, but it is now a required process.) (This course is primarily targeted at Waste Management Techniques technical staff and managers from waste producing companies and waste contractors. However, it will also be relevant to environmental regulators, insurance risk assessors, waste brokers and waste transporters.) (The Incident Command System, ICS, has Incident Command System Course been recognized as an effective system for managing emergencies. It is the model for command, control and coordination of multi-agency emergency response at site level.) (This course will introduce the student to Emergency Planning Course the concepts of Emergency and Crisis Planning and provides a conceptual overview of planning as a means to anticipate, prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from any incident) Hazardous Substances Course (The course includes, but is not restricted to, the handling and precautions (Hazchem) surrounding the use of chemicals, generic herbicides and pesticides, plus the types

Dispersion Modeling

Safety Audits & Site Inspection

Behavioral Safety Audit

Task Risk Assessment

Forklift Operator Safety

and correct use of Personal Protection Equipment) This course covers the basics of how to analyze the release of chemicals from processes, their dispersion through the environment, and their toxic, fire and/or explosive effects. The development of such results can be used for risk-based decisions and input to further analyses is described. (Most organizations have implemented an HSE Management System into their company. An essential part of any HSEMS is to provide some means of measuring performance and to provide feedback for management review. HSE Audit and site inspections are essential elements in providing this function and auditors, regardless of experience, need to have the necessary experience in HSE to conduct an effective audit) (Behavioural Safety Auditing (BSA) is a line-management tool that uses a discussion-based approach to identify positive safety behaviours and reinforce them, identify unsafe behaviours and why they occurred, and to promote a positive change in behaviour) (TRA is an essential tool for site management and site supervisors to carry out responsibilities under the HSE Policy and the HSEMS, by ensuring that the risks emanating from the various hazards are recognized, assessed and managed appropriately.) (In this course emphasis is on individual operator responsibilities. The shift in liability from a company to the operator is stressed for those who are trained and obtain a license. Operators will be trained in safety precautions, avoiding accidents, proper material handling techniques and protecting equipment and stock.) (In this course participants will learn more about work management techniques to

Control of Work

Permit to Work System


ensure that each required task is completed safely. Three primary factors relating to the control of work addressed are the planning of work, work rules, polices, standards or procedures, and management, both supervision and leadership.) (This course provides detailed information covering the Principles of Permit-to-Work Systems - Isolations - Objectives - Permit Monitoring - Different Types of Permit Application for the Issue of a Permit Interaction and Cross-referencing - Preissue Precautions - Permit Signatories Permit Display - Permit Validity - Permit Suspension - Shift Handover Procedures Completion of Work & Permit Closure) (This course provides workers with the necessary knowledge and skills to safely locate and re-locate materials using cranes. It is also the intention of this course to provide information for both those operating a crane and those supervising operations regarding methods to make this work process safe and free from the potential of death and/or injury.)
(This course is designed to meet initial training requirements including emergency response for Offshore Helicopter Landing Officers. Successful completion of the course demonstrates the achievement of a level of competence, enabling the delegate to work offshore as an HLO under the supervision of a competent HLO for further installation specific training and development.)

H.L.O. (Helicopter Landing Officer)

H2S Basic Course Basic Fire Fighting Manual Handling Course Manual Lifting Handling (English/Arabic) Chemical Hazard Identification (English/Arabic) Safe Lifting Operation Office Safety Workshop Safety

Confined Space Entry Heat Stress Safety Excavation Safety Food Hygiene Awareness Defensive Driving Desert Driving Hazards of Air & Oxygen Liquid Hydrocarbon Tank Fires :prevention & Response Hazards of Trapped Pressure & Vacuum Safe Handling of Light Ends Safe Furnace & Boiler Firing Safe Ups & Downs for process unit Hazardous Substances in refineries Confined Space Entry Hazards of Electricity & Static Electricity Basic First Aid Hazards of Steam Hazards of Nitrogen & Catalyst Handling Hotel Fire safety Hazards of Water Crisis & Emergency Management Business Continuity Management Management of Major Emergencies for Control Rooms HR Management in Crises Media Management in Crises ISPS International Ship & Port Facility Security (General & Comprehensive) ASP (Associate Safety Professional) CSP (Certified Safety Professional)

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