Health, Safety and Environment

Health and safety in the organization cannot be overemphasized. Industrial health, safety and environment (HSE) is the process of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating and controlling the occupational health hazards. It includes the development of corrective measures in order to control health hazards by either reducing or eliminating the exposure.

Companies should always consider environmental protection, occupational health and safety at workplace as important as providing quality products and services. EHS management must be carried out in order to prevent incidents or accidents that might result from abnormal operating conditions and reduce if not totally eliminate adverse effects that result from normal operating conditions.

BVS as a core HSE consultant has come up with training programs that will help reduce companies’ environmental impact under normal operating conditions and to prevent workers from developing work related diseases. We identify and understand relevant HSE regulations, the implications of which are communicated to top management so that the company can implement suitable measures. Keeping the environment healthy and safe wherever you work is our core value. We ensure that our clients consider that Health, Safety, Respect for the Environment and Safeguarding of Assets are essential to the efficient operation, employees and other stakeholders, considering:

  • How to enhance your leadership and management skills
  • How to extend those skills into the domain of environmental and waste issues
  • Use environmental issues to motivate and coach your people for improved efficiency and performance
Program objectives
  • Apply and gain an in-depth knowledge on industrial hygiene, occupational health issues and its related hazards
  • State the consequences of poor standards of hygiene and the benefits of good standards.
  • Understand the concept of hazards, how the risk of poisoning can be contained
  • Understand the role of enforcement officers
  • Understand how to take product and equipment temperatures
  • Understand the importance of cleaning the premises.
  • Use hazard identification and implement control methodology
  • Understand the significance of waste management
  • Understand the effects of the principal relevant environmental legislation and sustainable development policy affecting the industry and how to interpret changing legislation into practical responses
  • Understand the means by which the industry can begin to enhance performance through environmental efficiency
  • Understand the competitive advantage that might be brought through giving attention to environmental management
Who should attend?
  • Newly appointed HSE managers, supervisors and team leaders
  • Members of the management team
  • Environmental advisors or scientists
  • HSE staff and health officers
  • Medical doctors and nurses involved in industrial hygiene
Course outlines
  • Introduction to health and safety
  • Nature of health and safety in a healthy and social care context
  • The scope of legislative requirements
  • The principles of accident prevention
  • Employees’ and employers’ health and safety responsibilities
  • Sustainable business thinking
  • Tools for the assessment and interpretation of environmental and social performance
  • Managing waste and energy to improve efficiency
  • Advanced Risk & Incident Analysis
  • Safety Compliance and Site Inspection
  • HSE management and reporting systems
Training methodology
  • Presentation & Slides
  • Audio Visual Aids
  • Interactive Discussion
  • Participatory Exercise
  • Action Learning
  • Class Activities
  • Case Studies
  • Workshops
  • Games & Role plays
  • Simulation