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									  HSE Risk Assessment
Issue-Based Risk Assessment Training Course

                Abu Dhabi
            1st – 4th June 2009

    HSE Risk Assessment and Management Course

Course Objectives

  • To provide delegates with sufficient knowledge to allow them to become
    familiar with the legal requirements for, and practical and economic
    benefits of, assessment of risks at work.
  • To provide delegates with sufficient knowledge of principles and
    procedures to enable them to carry out effective risk assessments in the
    work place, incorporating legal priorities and practical, cost-effective

Who should attend

  • HSE Personnel and Risk Assessors.

Course outline

  • The assessment of risks at work is a statutory duty. Further, such risk
    assessments needs to be “suitable and sufficient”, and must be carried out
    by persons who are “competent” to carry out such assessments. Most
    assessments are “qualitative” in nature which is appropriate for the
    majority of risk assessment requirements. Although there are differences
    between risk assessment systems, most are based on common, tried and
    tested techniques and procedures.
  • Risk assessment, used correctly, is a highly effective problem solving tool
    for line-management that not only identifies the risks to people, but also to
    equipment, materials, facilities and business economics. Additionally, the
    core principles of general risk assessments are common to COSHH,
    manual handling, confined spaces, environmental protector etc. This core
    module provides essential underpinning knowledge required for all other
    risk assessment types.

Course Topics

   1. HAZID: Hazard Identification.
   2. Definitions: what is hazard and what is risk.
   3. Types of hazards.
   4. Principles of hazard identification.
   5. HAZID Features.
   6. HAZID Techniques.
   7. Brainstorming.
   8. HAZOP: Hazard and Operability.
   9. FMEA: Failure Modes, Effects and Analysis.
   10. SWIFT: Structured What If Technique.
   11. Risk Assessment.
   12. Risk Management Concept.
   13. Risk Reduction.
   14. Case Study and Workshop.
   15. Risk assessment exercises.

Course Duration

3 days.

Course Complementary

As a complementary from GSE one-day introductory training course for
“Incident Investigation “will be provided as free for all course participants.

So in fact participant will have two certificates:

           Certificate of completion of “HSE Risk Assessment Course “
   Certificate of completion for “Incident Investigation Introduction Course”

Company Memberships

     Gulf Scope Emirates GSE is an Affiliated Member of the IOSH

          Institution of Occupational Safety and Health - UK

Course Facilitator/ Instructor

Eng. Sherif Amin
HSE Advisor

Engineer Sherif Amin has almost 40 years experience covering wide range of
industrial activities with last twenty years as a health and safety professional.
Sherif had twenty five years experience in construction industries and Oil & Gas
fields involving project management, construction site management, Oil & Gas
field management and HSE management before he became the
Chairman Assistant of Petrosafe
(Petroleum Safety &Environmental Services Company)
Which is dedicated for improving the HSE performance within Oil and Gas
industry in Egypt and then he became the
Vice Chairman for HSE for EGPC (Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation).
He is now the
HSE Advisor for Pico International Petroleum Company (PIP)
Working on developing and implementing the HSE related matters within the
joint venture companies of Pico covering onshore and offshore facilities. He has
developed and delivered customised training programmes, problem solving
courses and integrated HSE management systems through different consultancy
assignments for Oil and Gas industry and construction industries.

Slides from our Course

                                Task Based Risk Assessment

                             Task Based Risk Assessment is a method for
                            systematically examining a job to identify hazards
                               , evaluate the risks and specify appropriate
                            (Task Based Risk Assessment is a team activity)

                                     Hazard description

                              “Something with the potential to cause harm”
                                 to people, property or the environment


                         Examples: Electricity, Hazardous substances, Working at
                         Heights, Lifting Operations.

                 Determination of Risk Factors

                                                  H                       M
                                                                          M                     L





             Hazard Identification : Relief
      Dropped Objects
      Dropped Objects Valve Testing
                            Eye contact
                            Eye contact
      Impact                                                                     Escape Route
                                                                                 Escape Route

                                                                 People behind
                                                                 People behind

4                          Loose tools
                           Loose tools
                                                                   Over exertion/ back
                                                                   Over exertion/ back

                      Compressed air energy source
                      Compressed air energy source
                                                                           Loose clothing
                                                                           Loose clothing
               Crushing                              Cutting/ no glove
                                                     Cutting/ no glove

       Trip Hazards
       Trip Hazards         Waste

                                 Lifting / Damaged sling
                                 Lifting / Damaged sling
                                                                         Trip Hazards
                                                                         Trip Hazards


      Think Zero Incident. Do Zero Incident.


5 Ways to register

By Email, Phone, Fax, Mail, or in person.

1. By Email:

  Email the registration form to: emirates@gulfscope.com

2. By Phone:

  For urgent inquiries call us:
   • UAE: +971-2-6262-024
   • UAE: +971-50-6226-297

3. By Fax:

  Fax the registration form to:
  • UAE: +971-2-6260-071

4. By Mail:

  • UAE: P.O. Box 48047 Abu Dhabi-United Arab Emirates

5. In Person:

  Visit our office in Abu Dhabi:
  Hamdan Street– Abu Dhabi – UAE

Join our training course

      The earlier you register the more discounts you can get

 Discounts also apply for group registrations more than 3 persons

                    PRINCIPLE COURSE FEES

                           ONLY 6000 AED

                Includes Participant’s Pack
  (Folder, Manual, Hand-outs, buffet lunch, & coffee breaks)

                  WE VALUE OUR CLIENTS

Joining Instructions

Upon receipt of a completed registration form a notification will be
sent confirming the booking, a full set of joining instructions will
be sent to the delegate near the time of the course. This includes:

  •   Confirmation of the course details and dates.
  •   Venue and contact details.
  •   Confirmation of accommodation reservations.
  •   Copy of the course programme.
  •   Maps for the designated hotel and venue.
  •   Details on what to bring.


Accommodation is not included in course fee. However, any
accommodation required can be arranged by GSE at the time of
booking. Delegates will be responsible for payment of their own
hotel bill.

Dress Code

GSE does not operate a dress code and ‘smart-casual’ dress is


  • We appreciate that occasionally difficulties will arise and
    result in nominated staff being unable to attend the course;
    therefore cancellations will only be accepted without charge, if
    notice of cancellation is received in writing (fax acceptable) at
    least 20 working days (4 weeks) prior to the course
    commencement date. Any cancellations received after this date
    will be subjected to the following penalties:

         Cancellation Notice Given      % of Course Fee Charged
         Less than 5 working days                100%
            6-10 working days                    75%
           11-15 working days                    50%
           16-20 working days                    25%

• In place of a cancellation, GSE will accept nomination of an
  alternate person to attend the course. Where an alternate delegate
  has been nominated no refund or credit note will be issued.

• GSE reserves the right to cancel the course at any time without
  liability. In these circumstances, delegates will be offered an
  alternate date or course, a credit note or a full refund.

     Gulf Scope Emirates

       P.O. Box 48047
         Abu Dhabi

    Tel.: +971-2-6262-024

    Fax: +971-2-6260-071

Email: emirates@gulfscope.com


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