HSE-OMS for Land Managers

Audience

Land Managers, Party Managers, Deputy Party Managers, and Office Operation Managers

Content

Understand the benefits of the HSE Operating Management System (HSE OMS) and what it delivers in practice. Learn how it helps you in your day-to-day management of your activities. This course teaches HSE responsibilities for Land Managers. HSE-OMS 10 elements include; Commitment and Accountability; Policies, Standards and Objectives; Organization, Resources and Capability; Stakeholders, Clients and Customers; HSE Risk Assessment and Control, Asset Design and Integrity; Plan and Procedures, Execution of Activities; Reporting, Monitoring and Learning; Assurance, Review and Improvement. For each element the training will review in detail the tools that are available to manage HSE in the field: job safety risk analysis, permit to work, safety awareness, communication tools, MOPO

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the importance of planning for and assessing a risk 
  • Control the administrative process and standards associated with the industry in each country of activity
  • Recognize the HSE responsibilities within all areas within all areas of each product or business line
  • Identify the HSE priorities, to work on the control measure of the major risks identified

Duration

4-day

Number of Participants

12

Prerequisites

None

Course Type

Attendance-based

Audience

Land Managers, Party Managers, Deputy Party Managers, and Office Operation Managers

Content

Understand the benefits of the HSE Operating Management System (HSE OMS) and what itdelivers in practice. Learn how it helps you in your day-to-day management of your activities.This course teaches HSE responsibilities for Land Managers. HSE-OMS 10 elements include;Commitment and Accountability; Policies, Standards and Objectives; Organization, Resourcesand Capability; Stakeholders, Clients and Customers; HSE Risk Assessment and Control, AssetDesign and Integrity; Plan and Procedures, Execution of Activities; Reporting, Monitoring andLearning; Assurance, Review and Improvement. For each element the training will review indetail the tools that are available to manage HSE in the field: job safety risk analysis, permit towork, safety awareness, communication tools, MOPO

Learning Objectives

Understand the importance of planning for and assessing a risk 
Control the administrative process and standards associated with the industry in each country of activity
Recognize the HSE responsibilities within all areas within all areas of each product or business line
Identify the HSE priorities, to work on the control measure of the major risks identified

Duration

4-day

Number of Participants

12

Prerequisites

None

Software Used

Course Format

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