NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management
Train staff to recognise and contribute to the control of process safety hazards
NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management will give your staff a broad understanding of the accepted principles and recognised industrial practices for the management of process risk. Having this knowledge will mean they're able recognise a process safety hazard and assist in providing a method to control and minimise this risk. It is highly beneficial to businesses to inform their staff in this way, particularly in the high hazard process safety industry.
|NEBOSH Process Safety Management Key Facts|
|Units||1 Unit - 4 elements|
|Assessments||90 minute multiple choice question paper|
The process safety industry can have very high hazard workplaces so having qualified staff who know how to safety manage workplace activities will have a huge positive impact.
This course is for people working all over the world in process industries such as oil and gas, chemicals, plastics and pharmaceuticals. It is recommended that students should already have an underpinning knowledge of health and safety issues.
Having staff take this course will give them an understanding of the following key topics:
- The meaning of process safety and how it differs from personal safety
- The role of leadership in process safety management
- The purpose of organisational learning, the sharing of lessons learnt and sources of information
- How 'change' should be managed to effectively reduce risks to people and plant
- The benefits, limitations and types of worker participation and engagement
- What is meant by competence and its importance in process safety
Benefits of in-company NEBOSH training:
- Savings on travel and accommodation
- More cost efficient than sending individuals on courses and a cheaper delegate cost (when training 4+ delegates)
- No minimum number of delegates required
- The support of a qualified Astutis Consultant at every step of the way
- More relevant - discussions and examples relate to the challenges and situations experienced by the group
- You choose the dates, timescales and delivery pattern!