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Process Safety Leadership in High Hazard Facilities

16th October 2023 - 18th October 2023

high hazard facilities training

Why Choose this Training Course

This is a 3-days high hazard facilities training. The management of the risks associated with Health, Safety and Environmental, HSE threats to a business is becoming increasingly complex and as part of any credible global business, needs to be managed in a consistent, systematic manner. It is essential therefore that the leadership team develop the skills needed to influence both the “hearts and minds” of the workforce to deliver HSE management systems for occupational and process safety hazards that consistently ensure risks are controlled to As Low as Is Reasonably Practicable, ALARP

By taking part in this innovative high hazard facilities training, participants will gain in-depth knowledge of how the leadership team and their management deliver, through their actions, a world class performance in HSE. It is important to stress the word actions, as opposed to simply updating company policies, procedures or instructions to the workforce, as being key to creating a best-in-class operational HSE culture.

Additionally, participants will be required to both analyse the leading HSE risks to their company, as well as being provided with the tools to enhance their organisation’s culture and the risk controls to ensure sustainable change. In particular, participants will discover the real HSE challenges that face the Executive Management team and their sub-ordinate managers and staff within a global business when developing and operating high hazard facilities. The emphasis of the high hazard facilities training content and breakout sessions will focus on the oil, gas, petrochemicals industries, but is also relevant for other industries, where major accidents occur such as in the marine, construction, rail, and power generation.

Who Should Attend

  • Corporate HSE Directors, managers and advisors
  • Operational HSE managers and advisors
  • Process safety managers and specialists
  • Asset integrity managers and engineers
  • Quality assurance managers and quality control inspectors
  • Maintenance managers and engineers
  • Corporate HSE audit Personnel
  • Purchasers of HSE Support Services
  • Project managers and engineers
  • Project compliance engineers
  • Insurance managers to the oil and gas industry
  • Risk managers
  • Specialists in oil and gas finance, due diligence,
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Business Owners

Key Learning Objectives

The key workshop objectives are to provide the basis for the Client to apply best practices used by peer group global companies for maintaining consistent best-in-class HSE Leadership when developing and controlling occupational and major hazard HSE risks, affecting their direct workforce and contractors, specifically focused on:

  • Overview of HSE Leadership principles
  • HSE Culture development and enhancement
  • “Heart versus the Mind” when changing workforce behaviour.
  • HSE Competency management
  • The critical role of frontline supervision as leaders for change
  • Evaluation of the degree of alignment in the leadership on HSE risks
  • The influence of people, process and plant to HSE performance
  • The problems with using Key Performance Indicators to influence behaviour
  • The most and least effective communication methods for the Leadership to influence HSE behaviour
  • Changing HSE behaviour after an incident has occurred – the “Just Culture” Model.
  • Normalisation of deviations and organizational drift
  • Transformational management of HSE
  • Maintaining the ethics and business values to drive effective HSE Leadership

The detailed scope of the high hazard facilities training is described in the “Agenda” section, covering 10 separate sessions, including practical case studies to demonstrate the practical implementation issues. A specific session will be undertaken during the masterclass to assess how the leaders view the importance of HSE risks to their company and the degree of control they can exert to change these risks – the “Boston Square” methodology.

A close-out session will be undertaken in order for the client to identify areas for improvement and to prioritise such actions as necessary to build a world class HSE framework.

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