5TH & 6TH NOVEMBER 2020 – FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON HOTEL NAIROBI
Organisations, as a minimum requirement, must demonstrate compliance with health, safety and environmental ‘HSE’ legal requirements. They should also demonstrate compliance with their own HSE Management System.
Safety audits are intended to assure that effective program elements are in place for identifying, eliminating, or controlling hazards that could adversely impact a company’s physical and human assets.
Workplace Inspections are undertaken by supervisors and involve the physical inspection of equipment and activities of a workplace looking both for unsafe conditions and unsafe acts. The results of Inspections result in short reports of findings made and suggestions for improvements.
All Safety Management Systems (SMS) require a systematic organised, thorough, and competent assessment of how well efficient and effective the systems are working. The Safety systems must not only reflect the aspirations of the Company but also be in line with the OSH requirements.
By completing the course participants will:
- Appreciate the key elements of a safety management system
- Undertake safety audits & site inspections effectively
- Assess the organisation’s emergency plans
- Evaluate the organisation’s safety culture
- Acknowledge the legal background
HSE Personnel, Maintenance Personnel, Health & Safety Committee Members, HR Professionals, Fire Marshals, Safety Managers, Departmental Heads, Risk Managers, Line Managers, L & D Managers, Operations Managers, Staff responsible for Contractor work, Facility Managers, Audit Managers, Chief Engineers, Machinery Supervisors, Warehousing Managers