Safety Best Practices from Oil & Gas Industry
One event on October 16, 2019 at 9:00 am
One event on December 19, 2019 at 9:00 am
This course is ONE of a 4-Module series on the basics of Workplace Safety. The goal is to equip participants with the basic skills and knowledge they need to participate and practice in a safe and healthy work environments throughout their working lives.
It is vital that managers and employees are committed to the task of making the workplace safer. This can be achieved by giving safety the same status as other business and production goals.
The first step towards change is Awareness.
The second step is Acceptance.
The final step is Implementation.
All personnel in every type of company must have a sound basic understanding of why Safety is important, what safety stands for, who is responsible for safety, when and where to implement the safety programs and how one can be an asset to their company.
This program will motivate attendees to achieve greater safety performance standards because of the awareness and knowledge gained. At the end of the program, attendees will realize that safety is not just about statistics and wearing of PPE, but a value and it has a direct effect on the many stakeholders.
The ultimate goal is that everyone returns home safely to their family at the end of each working day the same way he left for work.
The course is meant to provide both instruction and workshop sessions so that the participants should learn:
• What is Safety? Why is safety important?
• Safety and the Law
• Who is responsible for safety?
• The Safety Policy and the key elements and role of a Safety Management System
• Knowing about Hazard & Control
• Introduction to Safety Leadership
At the end of the session, the participants should :
• Recognise their duties and responsibilities
• Understand what is a hazard, its control and what is risk assessment
• Recognise the importance of incident management and investigation
• Be aware of the various tools and key principles of safety
• Understand the difference between proactive vs reactive safety
• How to be prepared for emergencies so as not to let it to escalate
Tuan Haji Abu Bakar worked for 37 years in the offshore oil and gas industry with 3 different organizations, including 25 years in Health, Safety and Environment (HSE). Graduated with Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Hons) from the University of Sydney, Australia.
First job was with an American oil major with well established and very structured HSE Management System, where he got his baptism and strong grounding on HSE, including oversea assignments in New Jersey, USA and London & Southampton, UK.
He worked in Engineering (6 years); Business, Project Evaluation, Planning & Budget Management (6 years); and Health, Safety, Environment (HSE) and Regulatory Management (25 years).
His expertise is in HSE systems development and also enhancing current but proven safety programs and initiatives such as Take 5, Golden Rules, Contractor Interface and Engagement, Onboarding, Contractors Recognition, Performance KPI Management, and practical safety Leadership & Behavior programs.
He is trained under the HRDF “Train The Trainer” TTT certification program.Download Brochure