Operational Excellence In Crisis Management And Contingency Planning

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H016 May 19, 2024 - May 21, 2024 KualaLumpur $ 3000

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H016 August 4, 2024 - August 8, 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 5000

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H016 November 10, 2024 - November 12, 2024 London $ 3000

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H016 February 2, 2025 - February 6, 2025 Online $ 1500

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  • By the end of this Course participants will be able to:
  • How to successfully apply the principle elements of a health, safety and environmental (HSE) management system in a typical organisation
  • The principle elements of a health and safety management system, and how these interact to promote continual improvement in HSE management
  • To understand and use the key tools associated with risk assessment and monitoring, such as risk assessments, safety cases and HSE monitoring tools such as accident investigation
  • How to shape and improve the safety culture of the organisation
  • About ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and other commonly used HSE management systems
  • Key tools associated with risk assessment, risk control and active/reactive monitoring
  • How to continually improve the effectiveness of HSE management in the business – techniques for developing the HSE MS as a dynamic, living system
  • Lead change, and how to anticipate and manage potential conflict
  • Create an effective organisation which is willing and capable of embedding HSE into the business – identify and empower critical HSE roles, embed HSE into competence frameworks and initiate and maintain professional development
  • Use risk assessment tools as techniques for planning and budgeting of improvements
  • Use key performance indicators for setting and monitoring achievement of HSE objectives
  • Apply best practice in organizing Emergency Communications Centre (ECC), Emergency Response (ERT) and Crisis Management Teams (CMT) to their best advantage

The Delegates

  • HSE Professionals, Operations, Engineers, Supervisors and Project managers and all staff who have the responsibility for designing, implementing, or supporting HSE management. This is a core course for persons in a supervisory role in an operational environment.
  • HSE professionals. Other roles, who desire to influence significant change in HSE management standards and performance, will also find this programme extremely beneficial.

The Contents

  • Introduction and Course overview.
  • Why do we need safety engineering .
  • The safety system process :
  • Hazard identification .
  • Hazard control .
  • Risk acceptance  .
  • Planning & Procedures
  • Hazard reduction process :
  • Design out hazards .
  • Safety standards codes , national and international .
  • Safety analysis in engineering .
  • Safety analysis in Chemical process .
  • Safety analysis in manufacturing .
  • Safety Management:
  • Safety in system life cycle .
  • Organisational management and safety .
  • Management commitment .
  • The system safety organisation.
  • Developing a system safety programme.
  • Evaluating contractors and sub contractors.
  • Emergency procedures and contingencies.
  • Hazard tracking and resolution .
  • System safety reviews and auditing .
  • Hazard analysis :
  • Hazard analysis methodology.
  • HAZOP .
  • Process safety analysis :
  • Process hazard analysis.
  • HAZOP examples .
  • What if analysis checklist .
  • Fault tree analysis .
  • Failure modes, human factors and software safety.
  • Conducting a failure mode and effective analysis
  • Human factors safety analysis
  • Performance and human error
  • Human factors and safety analysis
  • Safety training
  • Employee training .
  • Emergency response and contingency planning .
  • Accident reporting investigation:
  • Reporting the accident .
  • Forming an investigation board .
  • Documenting the accident.
  • Risk assessment :
  • What is a risk .
  • Risk perception.
  • Risk assessment.
  • Identifying risks in a system .
  • Risk communication .
  • Risk evaluation :
  • A probabilistic approach .
  • Risk analysis model .
  • Developing accident scenarios and Event tree .
  • Consequence determination .
  • Risk evaluation- the use of risk profile .
  • Calculating the safety costs .
  • Increase your Ability to Evaluate, Mitigate and Respond to Industry Challenges
  • Evaluate and mitigate each of the risks facing the oil and gas industry
  • Incidents, Emergencies, Crises – how to organise your teams for each scenario
  • Cross border Political influences, cyber hacking and War
  • Checklists, the essentials of Crisis Management and Leadership behaviours
  • Emergency Plans – levels of planning and weaknesses to be avoided
  • Program evaluation concept – Internal and External Audits



  • Crisis Communications & Incident On-Scene Command
  • Emergency Communication Centre (ECC) configuration, Information Flow & how to avoid common mistakes
  • Team roles and responsibilities, extract the best from your team
  • Manage the on-site potential ‘’smouldering’’ Issue before it becomes a Crisis
  • Incident Commander and On-scene management. All the essential elements for success
  • Investigate the importance of ‘’The Golden Hour’’, what has to be achieved in that first 60 minutes
  • Business Continuity Management (BCM) and Incident Command Systems (ICS)
  • How does BCM fit into Oil & Gas Crisis Management
  • Plans and Business Impact Analysis, formats, examples and templates
  • Case Study and BCM Exercise
  • Critical elements of corporate Command and Control
  • Review of International Incident Command Systems
  • International Standards for BCM, ICS, Spills, Crisis / Environmental Planning / Response

Course summary .

The Discount

10% in case of Three P. (or more)