A comprehensive five-day Masterclass, equipping both aspiring safety professionals and those already employed at chemical and petrochemical environments with the knowledge and skills to efficiently manage Health and Safety at a higher level into the future with knowledge supporting safety in the hydrogen economy.
- Module 1: The petrochemical environment
- Module 2: Legal requirements
- Module 3: Risk Management
- Module 4: Periodic events
- Module 5: Safety culture and incidents
By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
- identify typical equipment, processes and materials in the
petrochemical industry to assist in hazard identification and risk assessment.
- understand various regulations of the OHS Act, National Road Traffic Act
and international requirements and the measures which should be in place to ensure
compliance and acceptance locally and internationally.
- have an understanding of the various risk assessment techniques and
methodologies which are used in the petrochemical industry and be able to assess
controls for effectiveness.
- understand how periodic events change the risk profile, management of
change requirements and how to incorporate the management of Service Providers in the
- understand human factors and behaviour and how incident investigation can be
used to improve the safety culture of a company.
On each day of the training, the learners will complete in-class activities per module. They will do a two-hour practical exercise at home to practice the group activities, which shall be required to build a portfolio of evidence. The portfolio of evidence must contain a total of five practical exercises for the five modules.
At the end of the 5 days: A summative assessment with a PoE will be required. The learners will be given 2 weeks to complete this assessment.