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The Importance of Major Hazard Leadership

The Health and Safety Executive and industry have come together to promote 2019 as the “Year of Major Hazard Leadership”. To this end, they organised a ‘COMAH Strategic Forum Open Meeting’ for senior managers of sites with the potential to cause a major hazard accident. It included presentations from the Environment Agency and several [...]

Level 5 Certificate Principles of Process Safety Management (QCF)

Tell me about this course: The Level 5 Certificate in the Principles of Process Safety Management outlines the importance process safety management plays within the high hazard sector. In doing so, it identifies the key areas of inherent safety, prevention, control, mitigation, human factors and the requirements of implementation. This nationally recognised qualification requires the [...]

By |2018-02-02T14:10:12+00:00December 22nd, 2015|In-House News, RTS|0 Comments

Processing better safety in the Falkland Islands

Processing better safety onsite knows no boundaries. It’s not restricted by geography or borders. All high hazard sites need strong process safety management systems. Stanley Services Limited is a proponent of this thinking. Following a training session in the UK, they invited Reynolds Training Services to deliver process safety training at their Falkland Island fuel [...]

By |2018-02-02T14:08:42+00:00December 11th, 2015|Health and Safety News, In-House News, RTS|0 Comments

Processing safety training with University of Hull

Press release date: 12th February 2015 With the regulator placing a renewed focus on process safety, Reynolds Training Services has just completed its second year of grassroots safety training with students from the School of Engineering at the University of Hull. RTS and University of Hull forged the partnership back in 2014. The alliance is [...]

By |2018-02-01T16:02:18+00:00February 12th, 2015|Health and Safety News, In-House News, RTS|0 Comments

Process safety leadership can transform organisations says IOSH

Major high hazard sites need to adopt an holistic approach to ensure vital safety information travels from operators on the ground to leaders in the boardroom, according to the chief executive of iosh. Jan Chmiel, addressing delegates at The Process Safety Management Summit II on January 21st, said “good leadership” had the potential to transform [...]

By |2017-04-13T10:11:01+01:00February 4th, 2015|Health and Safety News, RTS|0 Comments

Incidents always a risk until industry processes safety

Major incidents will always be a reality of high hazard sites until boardrooms start to mitigate risks through good process safety management, according to the chair of the Health and Safety Executive. “We have to move away from this idea of process safety being seen as a specialist subject,” Judith Hackitt told delegates at The [...]

By |2017-04-13T10:01:15+01:00January 23rd, 2015|Health and Safety News, RTS|0 Comments

A healthy and safe 2015: New Year’s resolutions

If your belt buckle is feeling a little tight it is most likely the result of too many Christmas delights. The New Year presents an opportunity for us all to make changes. In addition to cutting back on calories, boardrooms and site managers can continue to cut back on bad safety practices. The story of [...]

By |2018-02-02T14:05:27+00:00December 31st, 2014|Health and Safety Articles, In-House News, RTS|0 Comments

Learn from the past for a safer tomorrow says Hackitt

The chair of the Health and Safety Executive has cast a spotlight on 1974’s Flixborough disaster, urging industry leaders to learn from past events. Judith Hackitt, writing in her online blog, said debate still persisted around the precise causes of the explosion at Flixborough. But she added: “The finding of the inquiry, and the generally [...]

Increased process safety focus needed in oil and gas sector

There needs to be greater focus on process safety and not just individual safety across Canada’s oil and gas industry, according to the president of Enform. Cameron MacGillivray, speaking at Enform’s Petroleum Safety Conference earlier in May, said process safety procedures should be locked in place before work commenced on certain jobs. “When operations become [...]

Employees a barometer of safety says HSE chair

Judith Hackitt, chair of the Health and Safety Executive, has pinpointed employees at the coalface as the barometer against which to measure the effectiveness of a safety culture. Ms Hackitt said strong leadership atop any business was key to unlocking a safer environment, but cautioned that the way such messages played out on the ground [...]

By |2017-04-06T17:01:55+01:00April 23rd, 2014|Health and Safety Articles, Health and Safety News, RTS|0 Comments