Success in leading on safety (HSE) or failure therein have very polarized outcomes as evidenced by recent events in the oil and gas industry. It may either ensure your staff returns home safely from their shift, or when it fails, may put your company' existence in jeopardy. Successful operational managers are coaches to their teams while they fully understand their risks, accept their accountability, provide clear priorities and transparent structures for their teams to operate assets or execute projects safely in all aspects of HSE and with full regard for the business bottom line.
The 3 day course programme will examine safety (HSE) as a competitive differentiator for successful businesses, operations and projects. Trends in managing safety (HSE) over recent years will be explored and the shift towards process safety be reconciled. The course will concentrate on the following few essential elements of safety (HSE )management for you as managers with operational responsibilities and on your personal characteristics as safety (HSE) leader that will equip you to be a coach and leader on safety (HSE):
Safety (HSE), scaled to the risks, and applied integrated to operate assets or execute projects is a fundamental quality indicator to leaders on the health of their operations. The course will cover approaches, concepts and tools that may be used in a variety of contexts. Significant focus will be provided on yourself as coach and effective "supervisor". The course learning objectives will be reinforced with exercise, syndicate discussions and case studies to allow practice and theory to be mingled.
Who is it for?
The course is developed for you as manager with operational responsibilities in the energy industry, biased towards the Upstream oil and gas industry and who seek the opportunity to reflect on managing safety (HSE), understand trends across industry and wish to learn from best practice to advance their business, operations or projects.
What will I be able to do after participating?