Certified EHS Management Professional

Intended Learning Outcomes

To develop, implement and audit a Health, Safety and Environment Professional Program.
Understand the types of Industrial Accidents and their effects on employees, the work organization, and society at large.
To understand the nature and causes of Industrial Accidents and Environmental Pollution
To Identify the measures that organizations can take in order to maintain a healthy and safe work Environment.
Understand and Practice how Standard Operating Procedures are developed for HSE.

Admissions

Graduation in any field

Award of Certification

Qualified participants will be awarded with a Certification upon completion of course material, as well as qualifying the exam and the assigned project.

Course Contents

The program consists of 7 Modules, as follows:

Module1:

Introduction HSE Management: Overview of HSE Management System, Structure & Organizing of HSE and Legal & Other Requirements.

Module 2:

Hazard Identification Risk Assessment & Controls: Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment, Hierarchy & Principals of Control, Movement of People & Vehicles Hazards & Control / Equipment, Manual, Mechanical & Electrical Hazards & Control, Chemical & Biological Health Hazards & Control / Fire Hazards & Control, Working at Height & Confined Space Hazards & Control / Physical & Psychological Hazards & Control and Construction Activities Hazards & Control / Introduction of Process Safety (HAZOP, FEMA, What if, SIL) / Behavioral Management

Module 3:

Environmental Management: Introduction to Environmental Laws, Introduction of ISO-14001 and Environmental Requirements of Projects / Environmental Management Plan & Implementation

Module 4:

Occupational Incident & Accident Analysis & Control: Classification of Incidents / Major Causes of Industrial Accidents, Incident Analysis (4M Analysis, Cause &Effect , Tripod Beta), Corrective & Preventive Measures, Incident Reporting and Leading & Lagging EHS Indicators

Module 5:

Emergency Preparedness: Categorization of Emergencies / Emergency Response Plan Requirements, How to develop an efficient ERP, Disaster Management

Module 6:

HSE Audits:Audit Introduction & Protocols / How to develop Audit Scope & Checklist, Audit Methodologies and Audit Findings Summary & Final Report / Permit to Work

Module 7:

HSE Modern & Best Industrial Practices: Drug Free Workplace Management, Emergency First Aid and Fire Safety (Passive & Active Controls)

Project

The participants are required to work on real life projects on selected topics and tools, preferably from the organizations in which they are working. The projects will be of a practical nature and should be completed within the stipulated time frames. A project report will be submitted in accordance with the laid down criteria, format and coverage

Faculty

The faculty is derived from a pool of qualified practitioners and academicians with sound track record and expertise in the field

Course Material

Course material, class notes and slides will be provided by trainers in hard form.

Teaching Strategies

This is a professional course and will involve a number of higher level teaching methodologies. The course is spread over four months to allow inter-session study. In this respect participants will have to carry out timely study, investigations, and assignments to grip the subject. Discussions in the class are focused on the key points, create critical thinking, share experiences of fellow professionals and build professional maturity