Looking to enhance safety and efficiency in your workplace? Global Air Training offers a Hazard Identification and Risk Management course, a comprehensive 1-day programme designed for all personnel, including managers and supervisors.

This course focuses on developing skills and knowledge in identifying and managing hazards that can contribute to unsafe operations. By the end of this interactive training, you will be equipped with the necessary tools to recognise potential hazards and take action to mitigate them. The training includes input and discussion for all participants, ensuring a collaborative and engaged learning experience.

At Global Air Training, we understand that every organisation has unique safety challenges. That is why we offer in-company training, allowing us to tailor the syllabus content to suit your specific needs. Our goal is to help you achieve real improvements in safety and efficiency and enable you to meet relevant regulatory requirements and standards.

Join the many large-scale organisations that have trusted us since 1996 for their training needs. Global Air Training is certified to the ISO9001 quality management standard, ensuring the highest quality and effectiveness of our training courses. Take the first step towards a safer workplace by enrolling in our Hazard Identification and Risk Management course today.

Hazard Identification and Risk Management Course - Typical Program
  • Hazards in your operation, significant injury or fatality hazards, the outcome of the risk, individuals/teams, public, company
  • Responsibilities for hazard identification and risk management, safety leadership, roles, responsibilities, and accountability
  • Risk mindset, SWARC model, risk normalisation
  • Managing hazards and risks during operations, pre-planning, re-planning during the job, changes to the task, environment and people
  • Effective communication and briefings, assumption/expectancy trap
  • Human error and reliability - error overview and management, vulnerability (factors affecting us, reduction and management), deviations from standard operating procedures and protocols
  • Monitoring - peer monitoring, distractions, promoting effective monitoring
  • Intervention - when and how to intervene, effective and assertive communication, challenges faced when intervening, authority gradient and hierarchy, intervention model
  • Case based examples
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