Process Safety Management Training
Is your business adhering to the H.S.E. approved Process Safety Management standards?
Which course is best for you?
• Face to face, online courses / interactive blended learning? choose from the list below and call us……
• Bespoke to your needs? Our consultancy will develop content specifically for you. Call us to tell us what you need……
Face to face delivery is back! subject to government guideline changes.
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* Open Course - Individual attendees from many companies, course delivered in a covid safe venue or online
* Closed Course - All attendees from same company, course delivered on company premises or online
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Call: 01325 740900 / 07710 308 628
Our Process Safety courses are recognised as an “example of good practice” by the HSE within the ‘Understanding COMAH: The Performance and Recognition Framework and can lead to a “reduction in scope or depth of inspection"
1 Day course with individualised follow
Who is it for? Senior Executives and Board Members of major hazard facilities
The PSL course delivers specialist board level direction for those who are ultimately responsible for developing a strong process safety culture within their organisation and who need to make key business decisions that have an impact on process safety – offering a clear insight into how to promote a positive safety culture throughout your organisation through the effective engagement of your workforce. Delegates receive a follow up with a course specialist to reinforce and support the implementation of the learning within the workplace.
20 Sept 2022. North West
20 Oct 2022. North East
17 Nov 2022. Leeds / Humber
4 Days course
Who is it for? New and existing Managers, Supervisors Junior Managers, Safety Representatives, newly qualified Health and Safety Advisors
This course is specifically for process industry employees, who have a responsibility for process safety within their job role. This specialist qualification is for people who need to understand and apply technical principles of process safety management as part of their role. The content of the course is divided into the following four key elements: 1. Process Safety Leadership. 2. Management of Process Risk. 3. Process Safety Hazard Control. 4. Fire and Explosion Protection
In addition to the 4 key elements listed, the Cogent Skills course includes a value-add element, over and above the traditional NEBOSH course, which relates to best practice within practical Process Safety Management. 1. Human factors management. 2. Process hazards that are toxic to humans or the environment. 3. Process safety culture. 4. Regulations relevant to process safety. 5. Risk assessment tools
3 Oct 2022. North West
21 Nov 2022. North East
2 Days course
Who is it for? Managers, Supervisors, Safety Personnel, Senior Contract Employees, Young Engineers, High Hazard Employees
The PSMF course provides the fundamental knowledge and understanding of the principles of process safety management across the entire organisation.
It includes the identification, evaluation and prevention of accidents and incidents, as a direct result of failures in equipment, processes and procedures – giving employees working in hazardous environments the tools to understand the safety, health and an environmental hazard associated with their working environment and identifies how they can manage the processes to keep them safe and efficient. Online self-assessments (following training completion) reinforce delegate’s knowledge and understanding.
11 Oct 2022. North East
15 Nov 2022. Leeds
13 Dec 2022. Blended
ECITB grants may be available. Please check with your ECITB account manager for more information
Who is it for? ECITB Members – Managers, Supervisors, Designers, safety staff and senior contract employees
Hazard Management Foundations course focuses on the prevention of accidents and incidents whilst working in high hazard environments and meets includes the HSE and industry approved Process Safety training standards and is equivalent to Process Safety Management Foundations course
Designed to provide the fundamental knowledge and understanding of the principals of process safety management across the entire organisation – focusing on the prevention of accidents and incidents whilst working in high hazard environments, the E-PSMF content is specifically adapted for ECITB members working in high hazard environments within the engineering, construction and supply chain.
28 Sept 2022. North East
2 Nov 2022. North West
2 Day course
Designed to give give you and your business the tools and techniques to deliver in-house process safety training to the industry standard for your operators, maintenance technicians and long term contractors.
About your ‘License to Train’
Your own internal training lead/ in house resource will be trained and provided with all content to deliver the 12-hour modular course to your operators under licence.
Companies buy a license at minimal cost for the desired number of internal trainers.
Companies pay a small individual license fee for every individual that is trained by the internal trainer/s. The fee includes the training materials (a pack of 6 module booklets), registration onto the Cogent online assessment, Cogent certificate and quality observation.
18 Oct 2022. Leeds/ Humber
3 day course
Who is it for? Business Leaders and Managers who are championing the implementation of good Process safety culture
This course is designed to help leaders and managers of major accident hazard businesses, to not only lead the implementation of their process safety programme, but also to monitor / review and raise capabilities, awareness and commitment to process safety within their own area or throughout the organisation.
Delegates will be guided on the measurement of the implementation, the effectiveness and the quality of a Process Safety Management System against their own standards and taking into consideration external inspection requirements. Delegates will develop their own Action Plans that will aim to have a positive impact on your organisation’s Process Safety Performance and Operational Effectiveness.
Dates TBC – Please contact us
1 day course
Who is it for? Non-technical staff and contractors on Major Hazard sites
Ideal for contractors, office staff, apprentices and cleaners on high hazard sites, or for organisations where hazards are relatively low,. It provides delegates with a basic understanding of the principles of Process Safety, how they can have an impact on it and how it compares to Occupational Safety.
Using real examples and workshop activity, PSA will allow participants to learn how to operate safely within the industry that they work and understand the important role they play in preventing incidents from occurring, as well as the basic principles and awareness of Process Safety – covering the implications if an accident was to occur on site.
Dates TBC – Please contact us
1 Day course
Who is it for? Previous PSL, PSMF and PSMO delegates
The PSMR is designed for companies who want to refresh and reinvigorate their knowledge and understanding of Process Safety Management issues and enables previous flagship PSM course delegates to revisit the key learning and principles of Process Safety Management – to help them to maintain the right level of understanding of the subject within their organisation.
It also allows delegates to review progress made on action plans as well as set Process Safety Management objectives going forward. Delegates will be challenged to extend their learning and ensure they are able to promote a positive process safety culture.
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In house courses can be booked
2 Day course – (plus 2 follow up observation visits)
Who is it for? Front line Managers, Mentors, Supervisors, and Competence Assessors who have assessing as part of their job role
The WCA course is especially relevant to businesses who operate within a regulated environment and provides tools, techniques and skills to evaluate, develop and maintain the ongoing competence of their employees.
The course is designed to upskill staff that need to assess competencies in the workplace, whether they are existing Competence Assessors, mentors or aspiring to be. It enables delegates to assess competencies at all levels, rather than complete standard assessments (measuring knowledge) – giving organisations a clear and accurate picture of the competencies within their organisation. This course is made up of two days training plus two observations – to support and ensure that the assessor is continuing to meet the standard and can be included as part of a more in-depth Competence Management System Review. This enables the assessors to be trained to assess against an organisation’s own assessment criteria and competency requirements.
21 Sept 2022. North-East
26 Oct. 2022. Online
9 Nov 2022. North-West
16 Nov. 2022. Online
6 Dec 2022. TBC
IOSH Working Safely
Who is it for? All employees
IOSH Working Safely provides information about how everyone can enhance their safety, health and wellbeing through everyday behaviours and is for people at any level, in any sector worldwide, who need a grounding in the essentials of safety and health – delivering the message and understanding about why everyone must work safely.
Working Safely covers…
Successful delegates are awarded an IOSH Working Safely certificate and/or passport card.
IOSH Managing Safely can be booked separately – please contact us
Managing Safely is a 3 day course unlike any other safety and health training. You’ll find a practical programme full of step-by-step guidance, and with a sharp business focus. But you’ll also find that the highly innovative format and content engages and inspires delegates – critical to getting essential safety and health messages across.
Who is Managing safely for?
Managing safely is for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organisation. It’s designed to get managers up-to-speed on the practical actions they need to take to handle safety and health in their teams.
What will delegates get out of it?
Delegates will learn what they need to know – and are perhaps reluctant to learn about – in a refreshingly informal way.
Managing safely won’t turn delegates into safety experts – but it will give them the knowledge and tools to tackle the safety and health issues they’re responsible for. Importantly, it brings home just why safety and health is such an essential part of their job.
Successful delegates are awarded an IOSH Managing Safely certificate.
Call us for course date availability – 07710 308 628 or 01325 740 907
Who is it for? Hazard industry leaders and management who not only need to understand more about Human Factors / Competence Management and it’s relevance to process safety on a COMAH site, but also need to understand how to comply to HSE’s regulatory requirements
About the Associate Trainer
This course is delivered by a Chartered Human Factors Practitioner with over 30 years’ Process Industry experience – mainly within upper tier COMAH sites.
The course includes some real-life case studies – bringing the theory (listed below) to life! Case studies include examples of where human factors contributed to major accidents
You will learn about:
15 Sept 2022. North-East
8 Nov 2022. Gloucester