Press release date: 8th october 2014
Reynolds Training Services has added the IOSH Approved Principles of Process Safety Management to its roster of health and safety courses.
The move comes as high hazard companies look towards such qualifications in the drive to improve safety and satisfy tightening regulatory demands.
Reynolds Training Services managing director, John Reynolds, explained: “Incidents such as Buncefield have underscored the increasing importance of effective process safety management.
“The IOSH Certificate in the Principles of Process Safety Management helps delegates gain key insights into the central role leadership plays in the creation of robust prevention and mitigation systems.”
Delivered by IOSH approved instructors, the course considers the implementation of safety management systems in line with the Hazardous Inspectorate Directorate regulatory model.
Students explore the five core elements of major hazard management systems:
- Hazard identification
- Risk assessment and profiling
- Control measures or barriers
- Check, measure and review
There is a written test at the end of the course.
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IOSH Approved Principles of Process Safety Management can be taken at sites’ own premises or at RTS’s training facilities at CATCH in Stallingborough.
Refresher training can also be acquired via online health and safety training.
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