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Risk and Safety Management for Engineers: Risk Identification

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AC190370
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Risk Identification Unit 1 - Hazard Identification   + £0.00
Risk Identification Unit 2 - HAZID/ENVID Studies   + £0.00
Risk Identification Unit 3 - HAZOP Study   + £0.00
Risk Identification Unit 4 - Final Assessment   + £0.00

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Risk and Safety Management for Engineers: Risk Identification

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£54.00

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4 Hours
Course overview

This course explains how to identify hazards, which is an important initial step in the risk management process. It also explores HAZID/ENVID studies and explains what a HAZOP is, when it should be used, and the basic methodology used to conduct the risk assessment.

This course is one fifth of the main Risk and Safety Management for Engineers course. Click here to view the full course.


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Risktec Solutions is an established, independent and specialist risk management consulting and training company, and is part of the TÜV Rheinland Group. The company assist clients in major hazard industries as well as commercial and public sectors to manage health, safety, security, environmental and business risk. Find out more at http://www.risktec.tuv.com/

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What you will learn
By the end of this course you will be able to:
• Understand the importance of identifying hazards
• Recognise that different hazard identification tools are available
• Apply the HAZID technique and participate in a HAZID workshop
• Understand the HAZOP method and participate in a HAZOP workshop
Who should learn
This course is suitable for managers, engineers, operators, HSE advisors, risk management practitioners, and anyone else involved in managing risks. Individuals aspiring to hold any of the above types of position will welcome the information and experience contained within the course. Most examples are cross-industry, however, some examples are from certain sector
Units included in this course