Congratulations to all of the delegates who attended our recent NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management course. After 4 days of interactive training with one of industry experts they all passed with flying colours on day 5, retaining our 100% pass rate.
Congratulation also goes to those in PPG who passed their exam first time too after their inhouse course in February. During a special ceremony they were presented with their certificates. PPG see the NEBOSH course as an important factor in managing their process safety effectively.
During the pandemic we have all had to adjust to new ways of working and going about our daily business, this has included ourselves and by changing the way we deliver our courses to meet our customer needs whether they require face to face training or are seeking virtually delivery our courses deliver and in November we delivered our very first virtual NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management course which was greatly received by delegates.
Feedback from our courses has been phenomenal and delegates have taken the training on board and built their learnings into their work activities. With one delegate stating “The course provided a great insight into how I can apply process safety management in my organisation” “Hopefully Senior management team/directors, board are aware of this course and what it means to the business”
Our next course is running in the North East 8th – 12th March 2021 so book now to avoid disappointment.
If you are interested in receiving more information on this or any of our courses please give us a call on 07710 308628 or email us at [email protected]
This course covers the four key elements:
Process Safety Leadership
Explores what process safety is, and introduces organisational learning, management of change, and how worker engagement can be managed
Management of Process Risk
This looks at the elements of a Process Safety Management system and risk management techniques used within industry
Process Safety Hazard Control
This focuses on the purpose and requirements of operating procedures and explores hazards and risks associated with different components of the process industries
Fire and Explosion Protection
This looks at fire and explosion hazards and how the effects can be minimised. It will explore dust explosions and how to prevent them, looking at reasons for developing an emergency plan