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360

international

SAFETY & RISK
ASSESSMENT
Hazard Identification and
Job Risk Assessmemt
Workshop

11 - 12 MAY 2014
GULF HOTEL
MANAMA
BAHRAIN

SAFETY SERIES

COURSE OVERVIEW
Safety & Risk Assessment is designed to provide the participant with the
knowledge, skills and tools to effectively identify potential hazards and remediate
risky situations. Participants will gain the ability to identify hazards, recognise
potential risk, complete Job Risk Assessments, and how to effectively mitigate risk.
A risk assessment is an important step in protecting your workers and your
business, as well as complying with the law. It helps you focus on the risks that
really matter in your workplace – the ones with the potential to cause real harm. In
many instances, straightforward measures can readily control risks. For most, that
means simple, cheap and effective measures to ensure your most valuable asset –
your workforce – is protected.
Accidents and ill health can ruin lives and affect your business too if output is lost,
machinery is damaged, insurance costs increase or you have to go to court. You are
legally required to assess the risks in your workplace so that you put in place a plan
to control the risks. In many organisations, the risks are well known and the
necessary control measures are easy to apply.
“Professor Cooper’s level of knowledge and understanding of this topic left us with
no uncertainty about the subject. He is very engaging and an excellent presenter.”
- BP Australia

LEARNING OUTCOMES
On completion of this course the attendees will be able to:
• Recognize various types of hazard
• Understand & choose appropriate controls
• Know key terms and definitions
• Be able to perform hazard identification
• Recognize potential risk with all operations within the facility
• Analyze potential risk and determine the proper means to mitigate the risk
• Effectively communicate throughout the risk management process

YOUR INTERNATIONAL
COURSE FACILITATOR
Prof. Dominic Cooper
C.Psychol C.FIOSH

CEO
BSMS Inc

PROFILE
One of the world's leading authorities in Behavioral
Safety, Prof. Cooper is both a Business Psychologist and a
Safety
Professional
who
has
implemented
behavior-based processes internationally for over 20
years. A past Professor at Indiana University, he has
written 6 business books and over 150 articles on
Behavioral Safety, Safety Culture change, and Safety
Leadership.
Much more than an academic, Dr. Cooper has worked
shoulder to shoulder, on-site with frontline managers
and employees, creating and fine-tuning the most
effective Behavioral Safety process available. As the CEO
of his behavioral consulting firm B-Safe Management
Solutions, Dr. Cooper is actively engaged with clients, is
an internationally known speaker, and is a member of
several professional organizations.
Dr. Cooper developed B-Safe®, an award winning
Behavioral Safety process, and co-founded BSMS Inc, an
international behavior-based safety consulting firm
operating in the Americas, Africa, Asia, Australasia,
Europe, and the Middle East. His clients consistently
achieve world class safety performance.
Dr. Cooper continues to innovate and refine Behavioral
Safety by actively working as an on-site consultant and
project manager. He maintains his grounding in
real-world safety issues by participating in, and
managing, multi-consultant, multi-site projects on
Behavioral Safety, Safety Culture improvement, and
Safety Leadership.

Latest TESTIMONIALS
“The information we gained from this course was really great. Dominic was
knowledgeable about the subject & created a good environment during the course.”
- Hassan M. Al-Zuria, GM Maintenance, PETROKEMYA
“I was really impressed with the level of arrangement and the quality of training”
- Majed Al-Juailan, HSE Dept, Saudi Aramco
“Great, knowledgeable, interesting. Dr. Dominic is an outstanding instructor!”
- Bader Zawad, Safety Coordinator, Saudi Aramco

Professional Qualifications:
• Ph.D. from the University of Manchester Institute of
Science and Technology (UMIST)
• Chartered Psychologist, Associate Fellow of the British
Psychological Society (BPS)
• Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Occupational
Safety & Health (IOSH)
• Member of American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)
• Member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)

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SAFETY & RISK ASSESSMENT
Hazard Identification and
Job Risk Assessment Workshop

COURSE CONTENT
HOW THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE CONDUCTED

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Understand what Hazards are and how to identify them
- What makes something a Hazard?
- Types of hazards
- Learn about different Hazard identification methods to
conduct Comprehensive Hazard Reviews
- Identify hazards Exercise

WHY THIS EVENT
The aim of this interactive workshop is to
provide you with the right skills critical to the
management of safety and other business
activities such as quality and productivity.
After attending this workshop clinic, you will
leave fully armed with the knowledge needed
to identify hazards & mitigate risks within your
organization.

Understand risk and risk perception
- What is Risk?
- Why Manage Risk?
- Exploring risk perception
- Identifying risks exercise

The combination of interactive presentations,
hands-on exercises and open discussion
groups along with real case studies, ensures

Understanding the impact of Human Error
- Learn about Human Error
- Appreciate the relationships between hazards, risks &
human error
- Discover how to reduce human error in the workplace
- Identifying human errors exercise

Participants are encouraged to
prepare a summarized report on
issues / problems on their current
Safety processes to get a
professional assessment, view and
advice during the course.

Conducting Risk Assessments
- Introducing Risk Assessment and Analysis
- Calculating the Likelihood and Severity of Risk
- Controlling Potential Risks
- Completing a JRA
- Practical Risk Assessment Exercises
Understand how to optimize the Risk Assessment Process
- Record Keeping
- Risk Communication

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
“Visits by Prof Dominic to Gulf countries to be increased as he is extremely needed
indeed.”
- Aluminium Bahrain

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“A very interesting course whereby solutions were given to back up the theoretical
knowledge - not often the case with other safety programmes.”
- Stephen Howells, Div. H.S.S. Manager - Operations Division, Almarai Company
“A very good course and it will help us to improve our safety behavior.”
- ADGAS, UAE

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Vice Presidents, Directors, General Managers
Safety Managers, Supervisors and Engineers
HSE Professionals and Safety Auditors
Site/Plant/Factory/Operations Managers
Maintenance Engineers and Managers
Facilities Management & Training Managers

COURSE SCHEDULE
8.00
8.30
10.00 - 10.20
12.30 - 13.30
14.40 - 15.00
16.00

Registration & Coffee / Tea
Workshop commences
Morning coffee / tea
Lunch
Afternoon coffee / tea
End of day

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