Thursday, 11-01-2007 until Friday, 12-01-2007
09:00 - 17:00
Twin Plaza Hotel
Jl. Letjen. S. Parman
Seminar/Conference Description :
An effective safety and loss control management system that is fully integrated with other business functions such as quality, production, and environmental control have been shown to significantly reduce losses from injury illness, property damage, fire and explosions, environmental pollution, quality problems and other accidents.
To provide the most modern, innovative and necessary tools and techniques for the integration of safety and loss control into other management systems.
Participants will learn the "why" and "how to" of a wide range of topics essential to reducing accidents and losses in the workplace. Reducing accidents and losses is the essence of Modern Safety Management. Specifically, we will cover and you will learn:
- Key concepts in safety and loss control management, including Loss Causation Model, the Accident Ration Study, safety measurement techniques, and the hidden costs of accidental losses
- How to integrate safety and loss control into your existing management system
- How to identify loss exposures and how to prevent them from occurring or recurring
- How to measure safety and health management system performance
- How to manage contractors - and the safety, health and loss control issues they introduce into an organization
- How to conduct effective accident and incident investigations, and apply systematic causal analysis techniques to investigations of any undesired events
- How to supervise to ensure maximum job safety, quality, and efficiency
- How to get the best out of people through application of safe behavior management techniques
- How to conduct and effectively apply risk assessments and their results to your safety management system
- How to conduct planned inspections and identify, evaluate, and control hazards
- How to plan and implement your personal safety goals and objectives for your organization.
Method of Training
- Classroom theory
- Group exercises
- Case Studies
Labels: 11 jan 2007