Renowned specialist have discovered that as few as 8 to15% of a company’s problems can be controlled by employees – while as much as 85 – 92% can be controlled by the managing system. In other words Loss Control is a management issue. Loss Control Management can be described as bringing together issues such as quality, environment, security, safety etc. in a systematic way to identify potential loss, assess their risks, make decisions on appropriate controls, and implement and monitor systems to control loss depending on their criticality to the operation. This five-day training will familiarize participants with some key activities in SAFETY Management and provide information on fundamental concept and techniques which are core to the success of effective SAFETY Management Systems as a part of Loss Control Management. Once implemented, these systems can remain to provide continuity through transitions.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Risk Management
  • Loss Causation Model
  • Planned Inspection
  • Group Communications
  • Develop, Implement, Maintain Rules
  • Occupational Health Control
  • Managing Personal Protective Equipment
  • Personal Communications
  • Property Damage
  • Observation Techniques
  • Critical Task Activities
  • Accident Investigation
  • Team Management
  • Promoting Safety
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Behaviour Change
  • Measure and Monitor Safety

Target Audience

Senior Managers
Operations Managers
Team Leaders
Safety Committee Team

About The Facilitator

Kenneth S. Osbourne Osbourne has 35 years of Safety and Loss Prevention experience ranging from offshore oil and gas operations, production, drilling, construction and installation of large diameter onshore and offshore pipeline, platform construction and installation, hydrocarbon processing facilities construction and shipyard construction and in association with majors like Amoco, British Gas, Repsol and British Petroleum. This diversity has come largely from working in senior positions on both client and contractor teams at locations including Africa, America, Asia, Middle East, England and Europe. The experience has forged the development of a unique set of technical and soft skills which include the suite of activities associated with the evaluation, development, implementation and continuous performance improvement of HSE Management Systems, nurturing client/contractor relationships and effective resource management.