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International HSMS Course

Our range of services include General Induction International Bespoke Training Services, Job Safety Analysis Bespoke Training Services, Risk Assessment HIRA Bespoke Training Services, Permit To Work Bespoke Training Services, Toolbox Talk Bespoke Training Services and Behaviour Based Safety Bespoke Training Services.

General Induction International Bespoke Training Services
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Introduction

General Safety sometimes called an Orientation is the process of introducing new, inexperienced or transferred workers to the organization, their supervisors, co-workers, work areas, and jobs, and especially to health and safety. Providing training and extra assistance during the initial period of employment is critical, regardless of the age of the employee, as they are not familiar with the hazards of the job or the workplace.

NIST has been a privileged training partner to Equate Petrochemical Company at Kuwait. 12000 contractor workers were inducted by NIST at Equate premises with zero incidents on completion of major shutdown maintenance.

Learning Outcomes of General Induction training

By the end of General Safety training a worker would be familiar with :

  • Organization's Policy such as Health, Safety, Environment, Quality, Drug & Alcohol.
  • Organization Chart.
  • Reporting system and arrangements for consulting.
  • General Site rules to be followed.
  • Safe System of Work such as PTW.
  • Hazard identification and control.
  • Emergency procedures.
  • PPE requirements
  • Welfare arrangements.
Who can take the General Induction training?

General Safety training primarily focuses on new employees however it should also be provided when employees are:-

  • Transferred to jobs or work areas they are unfamiliar with.
  • Returning from an extended period away from work.
Benefits of General Induction training

All employees need to be competent to meet their responsibilities at workplace. One must receive adequate health and safety training on being recruited, when exposed to new risks or taking on new responsibilities. General Safety training helps in creating a safe place, safe person and Organization ensures legal compliance.

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Job Safety Analysis Bespoke Training Services
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Introduction:

The Job Safety Analysis (JSA) program is designed to provide information on establishing an effective assessment of procedure to identify and eliminate hazards. A Job Safety Analysis is one of the risk assessment tools used to identify and control workplace hazards. It is a second tier risk assessment with the aim of preventing personal injury to a person, or their colleagues, and any other person passing or working adjacent, above or below. JSAs are also known as Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA), Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) and Task Hazard Analysis (THA).

Learning Outcomes of Job Safety Analysis training

By the end of the JSA course a worker would be familiar with:

  • Understanding JSA and when to do it.
  • JSA terminology.
  • Understanding JSA's relation to continuous improvement in your organization.
  • Identify the key requirements for a successful JSA.
  • Recognize the hazards inherent in task performance.
  • Develop appropriate solutions and hazards controls.
  • Safety management System.

The Training sessions would be as per best practices in industry, using both audio visual and group exercises.

Who can take the Job Safety Analysis training?

This course is for anyone involved in operations and maintenance that needs to know how to perform JSAs of new or existing tasks which includes process managers and supervisors, safety officers, safety managers, loss prevention officers.

Benefits of Job Safety Analysis training

Training helps to learn the basics of performing a Job Safety Analysis (JSA), which is a proven process for controlling operating hazards and costs. One gets a step-by-step overview of the process, and also defines your role in making it effective. JSA is to identify workplace hazards with a 'Likelihood' of possible or greater. Controls are then selected and applied to reduce the risk associated with the identified hazards to acceptable levels in accordance with the principles of 'ALARP' and using the 'Hierarchy of Control'.

Better work processes make a safer workplace and that means improved production and higher profits.

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Risk Assessment HIRA Bespoke Training Services
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Hazards at workplace remain significant occupational health and safety issue across all industries. There could be risk either personal or collective, if not addressed in time could yield in major mishap. Furthermore, if workers lack skills to identify hazards, it multiplies up the risk quotient. This can be tackled through training the workers on hazard identification and risk assessment (HIRA) techniques to create a safe place, plant, equipment and most importantly a safe person.

NIST conducts training through its industry experts and provides necessary training on sharpening the skills of hazard identification and risk assessment. Over a period of time, hazards become part of the environment and one tends to ignore them completely due to overfamiliarity. Hazard identification and risk assessment is an ongoing process. Constant monitoring of hazard controls will need to be done to ensure compliance with legal system. HIRA should be undertaken at various times including:

  • If the work has not been done before
  • When a hazard has been identified
  • When a change in the workplace occurs
  • After an incident, accident or workplace illness
  • At regularly scheduled times appropriate to the workplace
Learning Outcome of Risk Assessment HIRA Training
  • Define hazard and risk
  • Define hazard identification risk assessment (HIRA)
  • List the objectives of HIRA
  • Classification of Hazards
  • Identify hazard and hazardous event
  • Describe reasons of hazard identification
  • List important hazard recognition methods
  • Hazard reporting
  • Five-step approaches of risk assessment
  • Hierarchy of risk controls
  • Benefits of risk control
  • Legal requirements of risk control
  • Responsibilities of employer to control risk
Who can take the Risk Assessment HIRA Training?
  • Managers - Operations, Safety and Executive
  • Engineers - Process, Safety and Mechanical
  • Compliance Auditors, Safety Inspectors
  • Environmental Management and Technicians
Benefits of Risk Assessment HIRA Training

HIRA helps in recognising and controlling hazards in your workplace before harm occurs. It also creates awareness among your employees and can be used as a training tool as well. So that employees do not get redundant at workplace, this particular training definitely helps in maintaining the level of risk based thinking in them. Organization is able to set risk management standards, based on acceptable safe practices and legal requirements. Without doubt, regular HIRA training reduces incidents in the workplace and helps in maintaining the safety culture. Last but not the least, safety trainings save costs by being proactive instead of reactive!

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Permit To Work Bespoke Training Services
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Introduction:

Instructions or procedures are adequate for most work activities, but some require extra care.

A permit-to-work system is a formal written system used to control certain types of work that are potentially hazardous. A permit-to-work is a document which specifies the work to be done and the precautions to be taken. Permits-to-work form an essential part of safe systems of work for many maintenance activities.

The objectives of the Work Permit System are to exercise control over the maintenance, repair and construction activities by assigning responsibilities, ensuring clear cut communication between interested functions & safety considerations to the job, its hazards & the precautions required. It ensures that the work is properly defined, authorized, operating personnel are aware what is going on, precautions to be taken are specified and the persons executing the job understand the nature and extent of hazards involved.

Work Permit System is an important element of Safety Management System and implementation of this in true spirit shall help in ensuring a safe working environment, thereby reducing possibility of injury to personnel, protect property, avoiding fire, explosion & adverse affect on environment.

Learning Outcomes of Permit to Work training

Upon completion of training, participant will be familiar with essential features of a Permit-to-Work system such as :

  • Clear definition of who may authorize particular jobs (and any limits to their authority) and who is responsible for specifying essential precautions.
  • Provision for ensuring that contractors, who are engaged to carry out work, are covered by the system.
  • Training and instruction for issuing Permits.
  • Monitoring and auditing to ensure that the system works as intended.

The course also covers the following aspects of Permit-to-Work systems:

  • Human factors.
  • Management of Work Permit systems.
  • Objectives of the Work Permit system.
  • Types of Work Permits required.
  • Contents of Work Permits.

The training sessions would be as per industrial guidelines and best practices.

Who can take the Permit to Work training?

Any person responsible for issuing and accepting Permit to Work systems.

Benefits of Permit to Work training

Organizations become aware of the regulations concerning hazardous work activities. This training ensures that they understand their duties and obligations in accordance with law. This training will enable participants to assess the requirements of a particular job or task, and ensure that Permit to Work documentation is completed correctly - and that employees undertaking hazardous activities are competent to do so safely.

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Toolbox Talk Bespoke Training Services
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Instructions or procedures are adequate for most work activities, but some require extra care.

A Toolbox Talk is an informal group discussion that focuses on a particular safety issue. These tools can be used daily to promote your department's safety culture. Toolbox talks are also intended to facilitate health and safety discussions on the job site.

A TBT is a short presentation, delivered on site to the workforce, to highlight a particular health and safety concern - the tool box talk may also be referred to as a Safety Briefing. To be effective, tool box talks should be held regularly - ideally just before the work commences. This sets in place a positive health and safety culture, making workers aware of the health and safety risks and hazards that they may face during their day at work.

The purpose of tool box talks should be to keep health and safety as priority to your workforce, and to provide an open environment in which the issues raised can be explored and addressed.

Learning Outcomes of Toolbox Talk training

By the end of the course, supervisors and managers will be able to understand their pivotal role in managing safety performance and will have a variety of skills to use, in order to engage, communicate and lead on safety, in particular, Toolbox Talks.

In this course, participants will learn:

  • The importance of being a supervisor and why supervisors are the linchpins in a safe workplace, when it comes to maintaining safety.
  • The inter-related factors those are necessary in maintaining a thriving safety culture.
  • Key skills to influence and connect with staff for better safety outcomes, so that staff at all levels feel that they are able to talk freely about their safety concerns and solutions.
  • Strategies for planning, designing and organizing toolbox talks, so that staff contributes and you enjoy leading.
Who can take the Toolbox Talk training?

Supervisors and managers are the linchpins in an organization that set the performance levels when it comes to safety, productivity, skills development and job satisfaction.

Benefits of Toolbox Talk training

This course is vital to supervisors who want to improve their ability to communicate and engage on safety matters, including making others more accountable for safety.

It is beneficial for companies who want to change their safety culture or who realize that their supervisors are not leading staff or safety meetings effectively.

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Behaviour Based Safety Bespoke Training Services
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Study of human behavior is Psychology and one known barrier to good standards of health and safety is behavior of individuals. Some make mistakes unknowingly and those can be trained but many individuals realize what they are doing is wrong and yet choosing to do so. According to Heinrich, 88% of accidents were caused by human unsafe behavior, 10% accidents were caused by unsafe psychical environment and only 2% accidents were attributed to unresisting factors. 75,000 industrial accidents were researched and results indicated that 98% accidents could be prevented and controlled within human ability. Therefore, BBS has become an important subject to prevent and control human behavior on accident prevention.

NIST has been helping clients with these kinds of issues through effective behavior based strategy and specific intervention techniques. BBS principle can be induced since over the course of implementation with several organizations, we have seen that human safety conscience and safety habit is not innate and could be improved by training, supervision and consultation. Organizations do play a critical role in influencing safety related behavior of individuals and this is centrally driven by its safety culture. NIST expertise develop vision-based unsafe act detection for monitoring the behavior of your workforce and train through experimental studies, which eventually removes barrier to safety and change the mind set-up to refrain from indulging in unsafe behavior.

 

Learning Outcome of Behaviour Based Safety training
  • Define behavior based safety (BBS)
  • Know the importance of behavior based safety
  • List the approaches of BBS
  • Understand safety culture and safety influencers
  • Get aware of the BBS observation, feedback, and implementation
  • Identify risk through observation
  • List barriers to safety
  • State basic behavior principles
  • Outline the factors influencing personal behavior
  • Know basic principles of behavior based safety
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of management
  • Recognize roles and responsibilities of employees
  • Implement effectively BBS Program
  • Expect desired result of implementing BBS
Who can take the Behaviour Based Safety training?
  • Safety practitioners
  • Safety committee members
  • Safety coordinators
  • Safety specialists
  • Safety managers
  • Operation managers
  • Loss control managers, etc.
Benefits of Behaviour Based Safety training

The significant outcome of this BBS training is that it would make an impact towards changing safety attitude. Again, our intervention with goal-setting and feedback measures would produce large scale improvement in safety performance. Though it is a gradual process in foreseeing positive outcome, but leads to average reduction in injury frequency. This results in increase in efficiency, productivity, morale, and profitability.

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Energy Isolation LOTO Bespoke Training Services
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Introduction:

Today we use various types of energy in industry such as Electric, Pneumatic, Hydraulic, Chemical, Gravitational and Radiation. The Energy Isolation (LOTO) training covers the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment in which the unexpected energizing or start up of the machines or equipment, or release of stored energy could cause injury to employees. This training establishes minimum performance requirements for the control of such hazardous energy.

NIST has been proudly associated with clients like ABB, RHI, Siemens Power Engineering Pvt. Ltd. and also delivered training to Power Plant.

Learning Outcomes of Energy Isolation training

By the end of this training an employee would be able to:

  • Explain source of Hazardous energy.
  • Describe arc flash.
  • Energy control procedures.
  • Protective materials and hardware.
  • Authorized and Affected employees.
  • Outline Lockout/ Tagout procedures.
  • Outline Guarding requirements.
  • Describe the use of Insulation.
  • Describe the use of Personal Protective Equipment.

The Training sessions would be as per International standard, using audio visual presentation and past case studies.

Who can take the Energy Isolation training?

This program will include all employees whose duties require them to service, install, repair, adjust, lubricate, inspect, or perform work on powered equipment or machinery which may also have the potential for stored energy.

Benefits of Energy Isolation training

Lockout system will indicate the identity of the employee who applied the locking device, and the Tagout system will warn against the hazards if the equipment is energized. Lockout/ Tagout are the preferred method of energy isolation and is an integral part of Safe System of Work.

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Incident Investigation Bespoke Training Services
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It is critical to learn from the past and prevent accidents from reoccurring in future. Keeping an open mind is necessary in incident investigation and preconceived notions may result in wrong outcome leaving some significant facts uncovered. There is never a single cause of an accident and emphasis should always be on locating the root causes, underlying causes. An effective incident investigation reveals the chain of events that led to the loss event, thereby uncovering root causes, underlying causes. Fault finding and shifting blame after accident defeats the purpose and one should not believe on anecdotal evidences.

NIST has the expertise with years of industrial experience in incident investigation process and they are well-versed in analyzing possible causes of adverse event. While there are many incident investigation models like 5-whys, fault tree or fish bone analysis the main objective remains the same, what may have caused the incident and how do we prevent it happening again? This training helps understand each step of investigation from safety of the employees after incident, preserving the scene, incident reporting, to gathering and analyzing factual information.

Learning Outcome of Incident Investigation Training
  • State the purpose of investigating incident
  • Know the key benefits of accident investigation
  • Find out the reasons of incidents
  • Identify suitable control measures
  • Evaluate possible risk control measures
  • Need of reporting the incident
  • Specify basic investigation procedures
  • Note the information to be collected
  • Determine the casual factors of incident
  • Prepare the investigation report
  • Share the findings of investigation report
  • Implement corrective actions
Who can take the Incident Investigation Training?
  • Anyone responsible for investigating and/ or analyzing incidents.
  • People tasked with developing corrective actions to prevent recurrence
  • Line managers
  • Safety professionals
  • Operating managers
  • Technicians
  • Trainers
Benefits of Incident Investigation Training

The benefits accruing through incident investigation is that it would ensure a safer working environment and at the same time morale of workers will further improve. As a corollary, business loss to organization could be prevented or minimized as accidents as such would be reduced drastically. Finally, skills of the workers will go up as they would understand the application of control measures resulting in more productivity.

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