CTSafe Center is in partnership with Asian Society of Safety and Health Professionals (ASSHP) to provide a training course of HEMP.
Each organization needs to identify the hazards present in their business or at their site, how and where those hazards can be released and assess the risks of the consequences of those release scenarios. They then have to prepare the Hazard and Effects Register, ensure that the appropriate level of Hazard Analyses is conducted (Controls and Recovery Measures) for identified Red and Yellow risks and then demonstrate that these are managed to ALARP.
HEMP is a systematic hazard analysis process used by Shell companies to identify the hazards present in our business or operations, assess the risk of their release and identify the controls and recovery measures that need to be in place to manage that hazard. The HEMP analysis ultimately identifies HSE critical activities and business processes that enable effective management of these control and recovery measures and identifies the job function or functions that are responsible for these control and recovery measures.
This course is ideal for supervisors, managers and HSE personnel
This course covers the following points:
The Practical Steps in the HEMP Process
The Hazards and Effects Management Process (HEMP) identifies and assesses HSE hazards, implements control and recovery measures, and maintains a documented demonstration that major HSE risks have been reduced to a level that is As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP).
After the training, candidates will be able to:
We need 12 students as a minimum/class
Upon successful completion of the course and pass the test, a participant will receive a HEMP certificate by certificate by Asian Society of Safety and Health Professionals (ASSHP)
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