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Effective Control of Hazards in the Workplace
What you’ll learn
Describe and understand the content of a Permit to Work System.
Understand the various types of Permits used.
Implement procedures under which a Permit to Work System should be used.
Understand the Legal, Industry and/or Company Requirements relating to Permit to Work Systems.
Knowledge of the basics of Occupational Safety and Health will be very useful.
A permit to work system ensures that formal validation and authority is given when hazardous work is to be undertaken.It ensures that all components of a safe system of work are established before high risk work commences, thereby controlling and reducing risk to individuals and the organisation.A permit to work system is a formal written procedure which is designed to give greater control over tasks that involve inherently higher risks. It sets out the precautions required to complete the work safely, based on a risk assessment.This course outlines the use of the permit system in managing a safe system of work. It examines common permit systems and their applications to different fields of work, as well exploring some of the pitfalls. It will also include examples of permit systems and policies in use across many sectors as well as questions to consider when auditing your current arrangements. This course will also provide the information and the necessary tools that you will need in order to recognise the risks associated with the hazardous jobs, you will learn the procedures to control and minimise risks through work permit system.Who should attend? This training course will be very beneficial for the people, particularly, those who are responsible for implementing permit to work systems, new employees selected by the organisation for issuing and signing off permits to work, existing personnel in the organisation who issue and sign off permits that require formal training. Permit to work system might include but not limited to:• Contractor working• Hot work• Working in confined spaces• Working at height/roof work• Working with hazardous substances• Work require energy (electrical, pneumatic etc.) isolation• ExcavationCourse ObjectivesOn completion of this Training Course, delegates will be able to:• Describe and understand the content of a Permit to Work System.• Understand the various types of Permits used.• Implement procedures under which a Permit to Work System should be used.• Understand the Legal, Industry and/or Company Requirements relating to Permit to Work Systems.Course DetailsTraining will include:Introduction to Health and Safety at Work Essentials of Management of Health and Safety at Work Safe systems of workThe necessity, principles and purpose of permits to work, including high risk activities such as working in confined spacesThe typical contents of a permit to work – Basic permit concepts – isolation, handover, supervision, suspension, displayThe function and role of a permit to work within the overall risk control and risk management frameworkThe procedure for issuing a permit to workThe cessation and termination of a permitThe responsibilities of the issuer and receiver of the permitPotential difficulties and solutions with the permit to work systemManaging multiple permitsGeneric and specific permitsTypical permit problemsThe issuing authorities roleTypes of permitCase study exerciseCourse includes videos, case studies and practical exercises on PTWPrerequisitesKnowledge of the basics of Occupational Safety and Health will be very useful.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Section 2: Lesson 1 – The System
Lecture 2 The System
Section 3: Lesson 2 – Preparation
Lecture 3 Preparation
Section 4: Lesson – Implementation
Lecture 4 Implementation
Section 5: Case Study
Lecture 5 Case Study – Piper Alpha
This training course will be very beneficial to those who are responsible for implementing permit to work systems, new employees selected by the organisation for issuing and signing off permits to work, existing personnel in the organisation who issue and sign off permits that require formal training. Permit to work system might include but not limited to: • Contractor working • Hot work • Working in confined spaces • Working at height/roof work • Working with hazardous substances • Work requiring energy (electrical, pneumatic etc.) isolation • Excavation