Confined Space Entry and Rescue Level 2

Gas Testing Level 2

Process Hazard Analysis Introduction Hazard & Operability (HAZOP) Study & Analysis

ARC Flash Electrical Safety

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY & RESCUE

Environmental Awareness at Work

Fire Warden Training

Forklift Training

Gas Testing Course

H2S Safety Awareness

Hazard Identification

Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis

Confined Space Entry and Rescue Level 2

Introduction

																		The course covers the choice and use of personal protective equipment and the selection of appropriate monitoring equipment to ensure the safety of entrants into a confined space where there may be an irrespirable atmosphere or other hazards. 
The course will fulfil the requirements of the UK Confined Space Regulations 1997 / OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 and NFPA 1006, 1081 Standards for confined space entry.

Target Audience:
•	Persons required to work within confined spaces. 
•	Persons supervising confined space entry.

																	

Program Objectives


																		To provide delegates with the basic knowledge necessary to understand the principles of a safe entry into a confined space and equip them with the skills to react positively and safely in an emergency. 
Completion of the course allows your employees to enter, attend or supervise entry into confined spaces. The course identifies the hazards and outlines the duties of persons involved in working within confined spaces. 
																	

Program Contents

																		Learning Outcomes

•	Identify a confined space 
•	Identify the hazards within confined spaces 
•	Carry out a safe entry 
•	Carry out an emergency self-rescue 
•	Understand the requirements for strict control measures 
•	Permit to work and safe systems of work 
•	Use of Breathing Apparatus 
																	

Assessment and Certification

																		Practical, oral and written assessment
Level 2 Certificate of competency. Credit Value 1.6
																	

Target Audience

																		
•	Persons required to work within confined spaces. 
•	Persons supervising confined space entry.


																	

Course Dates

14 July 2019

Confined Space Entry and Rescue Level 2

Details and Registeration

20 August 2019

Confined Space Entry and Rescue Level 2

Details and Registeration

3 November 2019

Confined Space Entry and Rescue Level 2

Details and Registeration

1 December 2019

Confined Space Entry and Rescue Level 2

Details and Registeration

Gas Testing Level 2

Introduction

																		The course will take the candidate throughout the theory and practice of how to test the workplace atmosphere for any hazardous gases prior to start the work to ensure the health and safety of all personnel in workplace.

																	

Program Objectives


																		•	Understand the reasons behind carrying gas testing in workplace 
•	Understand different types of chemical and their behavior 
•	Knowledge about the limitations of Gas Testing Equipment
•	Understanding of the procedures used for gas testing
•	Practical hand-on gas testing practice

																	

Program Contents

																		
																	

Assessment and Certification

																		•	Pre-course evaluations questions 
•	Active participation during the course
•	Group discussion
•	Practical Exercises
•	Hand-On/Practical Gas Testing
After successful completion of the above course, participants also will be awarded Level 3 Al Mashreq Training Certificate, Credit Value 0.6.
																	

Target Audience

																		Personnel who are required to use portable gas detection equipment to determine the presence of potentially harmful atmospheres in the workplace. Also, Personnel who are tasked with maintenance and calibration of the devices. 
																	

Course Dates

Process Hazard Analysis Introduction Hazard & Operability (HAZOP) Study & Analysis

Introduction

																		This programme has been developed for all employers and employees interested in conducting qualitative workplace risk assessments and understanding the HAZOP process at the workplace within the context of operational risk management.

The workshop is designed to provide a practical approach (using various case studies) to the process of introducing and conducting a workplace risk assessment program into an organization and conducting HAZOP studies.

It is structured around recognized international risk management standards / guidelines and complies with Aramco Qualitative Risk Assessment Guidelines relating to the implementation of the Safety Management Systems.


																	

Program Objectives


																		Discuss and apply Risk Management principles/ models including the techniques for hazard iden¬tification, risk assessment and HAZOP in the workplace;

·	Introduce international Risk Management Models and standards – AS/NZS 4360 & ISO 31000, IEC 61882.
·	Introduce Qualitative Risk Assessment and HAZOP Practices in the workplace
·	Describe the workplace risk assessment process and HAZOP process in accordance with international standards
·	Discuss and apply qualitative techniques for hazard identification and risk assessment in the workplace
·	Discuss and apply the HAZOP technique in the workplace
·	Utilize recording formats that can be used in the risk assessment process (risk regis¬ter) and HAZOP sheets
·	Demo available qualitative risk software

																	

Program Contents

																		•	Types of Risk Assessment
•	Identifying Hazards
•	Ranking Risks & Risk Matrix
•	Risk Control incl. Cost Benefit
•	Risk / HAZOP Documentation
•	Risk Communication
•	Risk Review



																	

Assessment and Certification

																		Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate of HAZOP & Risk Assessment from the Al Mashreq Training.
																	

Target Audience

																		All market industry segments and all levels as Workplace Risk Assessment can be used by ALL, including:
•	General Managers,
•	Project Managers,
•	Process, Chemical, Mechanical Engineers,
•	Loss Prevention & Security,
•	Operating Staff and employees in general.



																	

Course Dates

ARC Flash Electrical Safety

Introduction

																		The Electrical Safety and 70E® Arc Flash Protection training course is designed to save lives, prevent disabling injuries, and prevent damage to plants, building and equipment. 
Based on NFPA 70E®, students attending this course will gain an immense respect for the power of electricity. They will learn about personal safety for working on or around electrical systems and equipment, how to use proper materials and procedures for doing electrical work - and the potential consequences for themselves or others if they don't. 
Taught as if they were our own employees, students are given practical instruction that they can immediately apply when they go back to their workplace. This course also helps companies' meet their OSHA training obligations as outlined in CFR 1910.331-335.

																	

Program Objectives


																		
																	

Program Contents

																		•	How to identify electrical hazards 
•	The difference between "qualified" and "unqualified" electrical workers 
•	Safe approach distances to exposed electrical conductors 
•	Improvements in PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for electrical safety 
•	"Hot Work" rules 
•	Proper work practices in wet or damp locations containing electricity 
•	Lockout/Tagout procedures for electrical equipment and systems 
•	Safety requirements for electrical installations 
•	Damage caused to equipment from poor electrical safety practices 
•	Damage caused to people from poor electrical safety practices 
•	Just how much voltage is too much voltage for the human body to handle 
•	How OSHA Rules apply to your job & workplace 
•	What it takes to establish compliance & penalties for noncompliance 

I. Electrical Safety & the Qualified Electrical Worker 
A. Background, Responsibilities & Requirements 
B. Safety Standard Types: NFPA 70E® & Others 
C. OSHA Electrical Safety Regulations Overview 

II. Electrical Hazards 
A. Power of Electricity - Shock, Arc-Flash & Arc-blast 
B. How to identify electrical hazards 
C. Electrical Fires 
D. Electrical Burns 
E. Static Electricity 
F. Accident Prevention 
G. Emergency Response 

III. Safety Related Work Practices 
A. Definitions 
B. General Requirements 
C. Establishing Safe Work Condition 
D. Electrical Lockout / Tagout 
E. Working on or near Energized Parts 
F. Safe Approach Distances 
G. Energized Work Permit 
H. Conducting an Arc Flash Analysis 
I. Reading Arc Flash One Line Diagrams 
J. Determining PPE Requirements from the Arc Flash Analysis 

IV. Safety Related Maintenance Requirements 
A. General Maintenance Requirements 
B. Substations, Switchgear, Switchboards, Panelboards, Motor Control 
Centers, Disconnect Switches 
C. Premises Wiring 

D. Controller Equipment 
E. Fuses & Circuit Breakers 
F. Rotating Equipment 
G. Hazardous (Classified) Locations 
H. Batteries & Battery Rooms 
I. Portable Electrical Tools & Equipment (PPR)

V. Safety-Related Work Practices & Requirements for Special Equipment 
A. Electrolytic Cells 
B. Batteries & Battery Rooms 
C. Lasers 
D. Power Electronic Equipment 

VI. Electrical Safety Program 
A. Setting up an Electrical Safety Program 
B. Implementing an Electrical Safety Program 
C. Complying with NFPA 70E® 
D. Interpreting Arc Flash Analysis Reports 
E. Determining your PPE Requirements 

VIII. Hands-On Training and Student Demonstrations 
A. Determine Hazard Risk Categories using the NFPA 70E tables and from equipment labels – 
B. Establish appropriate boundaries specified in NFPA 70E and OSHA requirements – 
C. Select Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the task – 
D. Demonstrate the proper care and use of electrical PPE – 
E. Demonstrate safe work practice within the limited approach boundary – 
F. ATMT Electrical Safety Certification Exam


																	

Assessment and Certification

																		
																	

Target Audience

																		
																	

Course Dates

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY & RESCUE

Introduction

																		To provide delegates with the basic knowledge necessary to understand the principles of a safe entry into a confined space and equip them with the skills to react positively and safely in an emergency. 
Completion of the course allows your employees to enter, attend or supervise entry into confined spaces. The course identifies the hazards and outlines the duties of persons involved in working within confined spaces. 

The course covers the choice and use of personal protective equipment and the selection of appropriate monitoring equipment to ensure the safety of entrants into a confined space where there may be an irrespirable atmosphere or other hazards. 
The course will fulfil the requirements of the UK Confined Space Regulations 1997 / OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 and NFPA 1006, 1081 Standards for confined space entry.

																	

Program Objectives


																		
																	

Program Contents

																		
																	

Assessment and Certification

																		Practical, oral and written assessment
Certificate of competency 
																	

Target Audience

																		•	Persons required to work within confined spaces. 
•	Persons supervising confined space entry.

																	

Course Dates

Environmental Awareness at Work

Introduction

																		What can the Environmental Awareness at Work do for my organisation?
Improved environmental performance – Implementing a successful Environmental Management System such as ISO 14001 requires workers to recognise the impact they have on the environment. The new Environmental Awareness at Work qualification will introduce your workforce to environmental issues and the role they play in improving organisational environmental performance.

Return on investment – Employees can apply their learning as soon as they return to work.
This will help your organisation reduce waste, improve energy efficiency, achieve cost savings and help avoid legal action. Assurance – With global industry needing to be more aware of its impact on the environment, a business with a sound environmental record has an advantage in the modern market place.


What does the course cover?
The  Environmental Awareness at Work qualification is designed to cover a range of issues affecting the global environment.

																	

Program Objectives


																		
																	

Program Contents

																		Topics include:
•	Basic environmental terms and their meaning
•	Sources, impacts and controls of air, water, noise and land pollution
•	Dealing with environmental emergencies
•	Introducing environmental impact (risk) assessments
•	Introduction to Environmental Management Systems 
Further details including a syllabus summary can be found on our website.
																	

Assessment and Certification

																		How long will it take to achieve this qualification and how is it assessed?

This one day qualification is assessed through a 30 minute multiple choice examination.
A qualification parchment will be sent to students on successful completion.
																	

Target Audience

																		Anybody who needs a basic understanding of environmental issues in the workplace. It provides a general awareness of environmental issues and can be taken by employees at all levels within the organisation.
																	

Course Dates

Fire Warden Training

Introduction

																		This course allows candidates to develop their basic fire safety awareness. It is particularly useful for employees who are to have a designated responsibility for workplace fire safety, for example as fire wardens or fire marshals, and provides the knowledge that will allow them to carry out duties relating to fire safety and emergency procedures.
																	

Program Objectives


																		
																	

Program Contents

																		This course covers the following topics:
•	Causes of fire in the workplace
•	Fire hazards
•	Characteristics of fire and smoke spread
•	Fire control methods
•	Means of escape
•	Fire detection and raising the alarm
•	Extinguishing fires
•	Fixed fire-fighting systems
•	Legal duties and penalties
•	Fire risk assessment
•	Fire safety inspections
•	Role of the fire warden
•	Induction briefings

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		
																	

Target Audience

																		Designed for: employees who hope to develop their basic fire safety awareness in order to assist their employer by undertaking more specific fire safety roles in the workplace to manage fire risk (e.g. as fire wardens/marshals/stewards etc.)
																	

Course Dates

Forklift Training

Introduction

																		Forklift Operator Training Program Intent:
The forklift operator training course is designed give new forklift operators an understanding of the physics pertaining to forklifts; to give an understanding of the seriousness of operating a forklift; and to outline the responsibilities for operating a forklift. This program specifies basic knowledge and skill requirements needed for safe operation of lift trucks and their attachments. The three days training course allows participants more time on the machine to learn how to safely operate the forklift. Upon successfully completing the written and practical evaluation the participant receives a certification valid for 2 years. 

																	

Program Objectives


																		
																	

Program Contents

																		This program is divided into five theory sections and a practical component. The practical exercise consists of maneuvering a forklift through a predetermined obstacle course while performing several functions. Course length varies on number of students and their experience but is typically 18 hours in length. A general description of the forklift operator training course outline is as follows:
Theory Part-Class Room Session
•	General Requirements
•	Duty of Employer and Employee
•	Forklift Accidents  
•	Lift Truck Features & Stability
•	Video Tapes (Forklift Safety)
•	Forklift Safety Rules




Practical Skills Training
•	Pre-operational Inspection
•	Start-up
•	Traveling with & without a Load
•	Pedestrians
•	Load Handling
•	Ramps & Grades
•	Elevators
•	Stacking / de-stacking dummy cargo safely, neatly and with time frame  
•	Workplace Specific Hazards
•	Procedures for Shutdown / Leaving the Operator’s Position
•	Re-fuelling / Recharging

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		
																	

Target Audience

																		New forklift operators who require additional practical time in order to achieve certification.
																	

Course Dates

Gas Testing Course

Introduction

																		The course will take the candidate throughout the theory and practice of how to test the workplace atmosphere for any hazardous gases prior to start the work to ensure the health and safety of all personnel in workplace.
																	

Program Objectives


																		Learning Outcome
•	Understand the reasons behind carrying gas testing in workplace 
•	Understand different types of chemical and their behavior 
•	Knowledge about the limitations of Gas Testing Equipment
•	Understanding of the procedures used for gas testing
•	Practical hand-on gas testing practice

																	

Program Contents

																		
																	

Assessment and Certification

																		•	Pre-course evaluations questions 
•	Active participation during the course
•	Group discussion
•	Practical Exercises
•	Hand-On/Practical Gas Testing

																	

Target Audience

																		Personnel who are required to use portable gas detection equipment to determine the presence of potentially harmful atmospheres in the workplace. Also, Personnel who are tasked with maintenance and calibration of the devices. 
																	

Course Dates

H2S Safety Awareness

Introduction

																		
																	

Program Objectives


																		H2S is present at many facilities in the petroleum industry and must be managed and controlled to minimize risks. This 1-day course is designed for personnel who need to increase their safety awareness of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) in their workplace and explore ways to mitigate their exposure and their colleagues’ exposure.
																	

Program Contents

																		•	Introduction, Definitions and Origin of H2S 
•	Physical and Chemical Properties of H2S 
•	Human Anatomy and Physiology 
•	Routes of Entry and Exposure to H2S
•	Toxicity and Effects of H2S on People 
•	H2S First Aid Treatment 
•	Air Detection and Monitoring H2S 
•	Flammability and Fire Hazard Controls
•	Breathing Apparatus and other Personal Protective Equipment
•	H2S Safety Practices and MSDS Hazard Communication
•	H2S Emergency Response and Training
•	Practical Exercises

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		After successful completion of the course, participants will be awarded a Al Mashreq Training Certificate of Completion.
																	

Target Audience

																		
																	

Course Dates

Hazard Identification

Introduction

																		Hazard Identification is one of the most important tasks and responsibilities of the HSE people. It helps them to remove hazards or reduce the level of its risk by adding precautions or control measures, as necessary. By doing so, you have created a safer and healthier workplace.
																	

Program Objectives


																		By the end of the course delegates should be able to:
•	Appreciate the value of finding hazards
•	Distinguish clearly between hazards and the absence of control measures
•	Recognize common hazards 
•	Identify internal and external documentation useful when uncovering hazards
•	Use a variety of methods to identify hazards
•	Recognize hazards that require immediate action
•	Communicate hazards to the appropriate responsible person
•	Categories the methods of dealing with hazards 

																	

Program Contents

																		•	Meaning of terminology
•	Focus on common hazards including:
	Chemicals and Harmful Substances
	Electricity







	Manual handling – lifting
	Slips and trips
	Working at heights
	New and young workers
	Plant and equipment
	Ergonomics 
	Vehicles
	Lifting equipment
	Work equipment
	Demolition and excavations
	Noise
	Vibration
	Stress
	Trespassers and violence

•	Use of maintenance records, incident reports, incident history, benchmarking exercises
•	The value of hazard identification in the risk assessment process
•	To construct and use a checklist
•	Advantages and disadvantages of checklists
•	How to respond to imminent danger
•	How to communicate hazards
•	Communicating feedback, collating checklists and value of reports  and emails
•	Stimulating response – including the use of photographs and incident reports
•	Use of suggestion boxes and STOPCARDS
•	Methods of dealing with hazards including hierarchy’s of control

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		
																	

Target Audience

																		The course is aimed at workers who encounter hazards on a daily basis. Organizations who experience low levels of reporting may find this course useful for their workforce. 
Those who regularly conduct risk assessment and supervisors who need to protect their staff may find the course particularly useful. 
The course may prove useful to senior management who need grounding in order to recognize the hazards present in their workplace and the possibility of negative results occurring. 
Health and safety professional may choose this course as a means of maintaining continued professional development (CPD).

																	

Course Dates

Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis

Introduction

																		Root Cause Analysis is one of the most important tasks and responsibilities of the HSE people. It helps them to remove hazards or reduce the level of its risk by adding precautions or control measures, as necessary. Participants will learn how to employ effective investigation and interview techniques, Analyze accidents to identify "true" root causes, and describe human relations issues affecting accident reporting. By doing so, they have created a safer and healthier workplace. 
																	

Program Objectives


																		To focus on techniques for gathering complete, accurate and objective accident data used to arrive at true root causes and determine corrective action. To further examine and analyze data as a means of preventing injuries, property damage and financial losses.

You'll learn to:
•	Employ effective investigation and interview techniques
•	Analyze accidents to identify ""true"" root causes
•	Describe human relations issues affecting accident reporting

																	

Program Contents

																		MODULE 1: Introduction to Incident Investigation: Root Cause Analysis
MODULE 2: Respond to and Investigate the Incident 
MODULE 3: Analyze the Data and Recommend Corrective Action
MODULE 4: Implement Recommendations and Follow Up

																	

Assessment and Certification

																		Assessment comprises exercises and a multiple choice exam followed by practical basement. Candidates will be awarded Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis Certificate from Al Mashreq Training after completing all the requirements of the course.

																	

Target Audience

																		All levels of management, safety practitioners, safety committee members, and individuals responsible for investigating accidents (incidents).
																	

Course Dates