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Health & Safety

Applied Health

Introduction

This course builds on practical experience and learning on health and industrial hygiene, and intends to build skills to allow participants to be able to apply these techniques within their respective roles. The course covers the application of health risk assessments and applying controls of health impact assessment. Application of other essential issues and how they relate to the oil and gas industry is also covered - ergonomics, human factors engineering, food and water hygiene, and thermal extremes.

Other important issues that are covered include health and emergency response facilities, psychological and social impact and fitness for duty. A new topic included is occupational hygiene and medical surveillance requirements.


Objectives

By the end of this course participants will learn how to:

  • Describe the reasons for and explain how to embed Health Risk Assessment in business management systems effectively
  • Outline the reasons for and explain the method for embedding HIA in business management systems and the importance of engaging internal and external stakeholders
  • Outline the procedures to embed the Human Factors Engineering process in the project management systems of a typical location or organization
  • Explain and interpret the adverse ergonomic health effects to workers
  • Describe how to identify the potential medical emergencies in work areas how to develop medical emergency response plans for a typical location
  • Evaluate and debate Fitness For Duty practice and strategy, specifically on the key concepts (including alcohol and drug policy) and responsibilities of line managers
  • Explain how to identify the possible causes for ill health during the food handling cycle and origins of waterborne health hazards, and prepare corrective actions
  • Describe how to implement procedures to prevent and respond to hazards from thermal extremes
  • Describe the procedures and monitoring required for occupational hygiene, in particular, noise and vibration, chemical agents, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, biological agents
  • State how to develop and implement procedures to identify and reduce risk of psychosocial agents

Target Audience

All staff who have the responsibility for designing, implementing and or supporting health and industrial hygiene programs in the workplace in conjunction with professional health practitioners including HSE professionals, Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Project managers. Some prior knowledge of health-related topics is desirable but not essential.


Health & Safety Outline

The course covers the following topics:

  • Health Risk Assessment
  • Health Impact Assessment
  • Human Factors Engineering
  • Ergonomics
  • Health and Medical Emergency facilities
  • Fitness for Duty
  • Food and Water Hygiene
  • Thermal Extremes
  • Medical Surveillance Industrial Hygiene
  • Psychological and Social Agents

  
  

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HSE15 Kuwait 22-11-2020 26-11-2020