Believing in the importance of developing the human resources, which is one of the most important factors for institutions’ success, the Institute has been keen to establish short technical courses in the disciplines it offers, which targeting administrative staff, engineers and technicians in the oil and gas sector.
This hands-on, highly-interactive course includes practical sessions for safety auditing and site inspection. Theory learned in the class will be applied using PSM and HSE system auditing for hazard identification and site inspection in accordance with the applicable international standards. PSM and HSE System auditing is an independent appraisal function undertaken by an organization to examine and evaluate its activities. The objective of PSM and HSE auditing is to provide information to those in management in support of decision making and to assist members of the organization in the effective discharge of their responsibilities. To this end, PSM & HSE auditing may furnish the organization with analyses, appraisals, recommendations, counsel, or information concerning the activities reviewed, the adequacy and effectiveness of the organization’s system of PSM/HSE control, and the quality of performance. The information furnished to different members of the organization may vary in format and detail, depending upon the requirements and requests of those commissioning the audit(s). Throughout the world, PSM/HSE auditing is performed in diverse environments and within organizations which vary in purpose, size, and structure. In addition, the laws and customs within various countries differ from one another.
Who Should Attend?
This course provides systematic techniques on safety auditing, hazard identification and site inspection for environmental, health, safety and quality management system specialists who need to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, conduct, report, and lead audits of PSM, environmental, health and safety management systems. Further, the course is intended for site inspectors and safety officers.