Operating SAFETY - Manager Course Outline with Outcomes:

Learning Outcome

Discuss typical legislation and programs that manage safety in the industrial workplace.

Learning Objectives

  1. Explain the general intent, power and scope of Occupational Health and Safety legislation.
  2. Explain the intent and scope of a workplace OH&S program and state the responsibilities of company, employees, and the OH&S Committee within the program.
  3. Define and give examples of typical workplace hazards and describe a system of hazard identification and control.
  4. Explain the purpose of work permits and describe typical hot and cold work permit systems.
  5. Explain the purpose of equipment lockout, describe lockout devices, and describe a typical equipment lockout procedure.
  6. Define and identify confined spaces and describe a typical confined space permit and entry procedure.
  7. Explain the hazards of excavation and describe typical excavation procedures and permits.
  8. Explain the purpose and describe the typical components of an emergency response plan.
  9. State the purpose of HCS, explain the use of labels and material safety data sheets, and explain the responsibilities of employer and employee.
  10. Explain the purpose, requirements, and procedures for incident and accident investigation and reporting.

Learning Outcome

Describe comprehensive safe work programs.

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify the components and explain the management of a comprehensive safe work program.
  2. Explain the components and management of a safety training program.
  3. Explain the process of hazard identification, risk assessment, and mitigation.
  4. Explain the significance and procedure for safe work planning.
  5. Explain the significance and procedure for safe work permits, including lockouts.
  6. Explain the significance and procedure for confined space entry.
  7. Explain the significance and procedure for hot work.
  8. Explain the significance and procedure for excavations.
  9. Explain the significance and procedure for working at heights.
  10. Explain the significance and components of a contractor safety program.
  11. Explain the components and management ofa safety audit program, including roles, and responsibilities.
  12. Explain the purpose, components, and procedure for a hazard and operability study.

Learning Outcome

Describe emergency response and incident investigation programs.

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify the benefits and typical stakeholders of an emergency response program.
  2. Explain the typical components of an emergency response program.
  3. Explain the process of developing and maintaining an emergency response program, including typical responsibilities and accountabilities.
  4. Explain the procedure for emergency response testing.
  5. Explain the typical components of an incident reporting and investigation program.
  6. Define categories of incidents.
  7. Describe roles and responsibilities for incident initial reporting, investigation, final reporting, and corrective actions.
  8. Explain the significance of and steps required in incident investigation.
  9. Describe a system for managing incident report data, including the communication process, and its significance.
  10. Apply an incident reporting and investigation procedure to a case study.


 

Operating SAFETY - 1st Class Course Outline with Outcomes:

Learning Outcome

Describe general plant safety as it related to Operators.

Learning Objectives

  1. Discuss the cost and effects of workplace accidents.
  2. Describe the basic hazards that may be in an energy plant, and the basic Personal Protective Equipment that may be required.
  3. Define, give examples of, and describe common power house hazards.
  4. Describe Industrial health and safety management system.
  5. Describe Hazard Assessment and Control programs.

Learning Outcome

Describe common safety programs generally applied in plants.

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe common occupational health and safety programs found in most plants.
  2. Describe industrial safety programs in which Operators may require additional training.
  3. Discuss safe work permits.
  4. Describe methods of equipment isolation and lock out.

Learning Outcome

Describe the policies and procedures for safe storage and handling of dangerous materials.

Learning Objectives

  1. Discuss the HCS system.
  2. Discuss the essential components required in the HCS systems.
  3. Describe the safe handling and use of gas cylinders in an energy plant (power plant).
  4. Discuss the safe handling of Hydrocarbons.

Learning Outcome

Explain the design and operation of combustion safety controls on burners and boilers.

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe the operation of control and safety devices found on boiler fuel supplies.
  2. Describe the construction and operation of flame detectors.
  3. Describe the combustion safety controls for boilers and burner systems.
  4. Describe burner management systems.
  5. Interpret burner operating sequence charts, and provide a typical sequence of startup and shutdown vents.

Learning Outcome

Explain fire safety in an industrial plant.

Learning Objectives

  1. Discuss the theory, terminology, and the life safety issues associated with fires.
  2. Explain the five classes of fires, and describe the types of fire extinguishing media and how they act on these fires.
  3. Explain fire prevention.
  4. Discuss fire prevention methods for the five types of fires.

Learning Outcome

Describe typical fire extinguishing equipment and its operation in plant environments.

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe the construction and operation of various types of portable fire extinguishers.
  2. Discuss the inspection and maintenance requirements of portable fire extinguishers.
  3. Describe the types, layout, and operation of standpipe and sprinkler systems.
  4. Discuss the maintenance requirements of standpipe and sprinkler system components.
  5. Describe the purpose, operation, and maintenance of fire pumps.

Learning Outcome

Describe procedures needed to enter into, or work safely in confined spaces.

Learning Objectives

  1. Define confined space, list some confined spaces, and describe the hazards of being ina confined space.
  2. Describe procedures to be followed when performing a confined space entry, including completion of an entry checklist.