Search results “Job hazard analysis and risk assessment” for the 2016
Risk Assessment (Hazard Identification)
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The Five Steps Guide to Risk Assessment (In Urdu/Hindi)
In this video, Learn What is Risk Assessment & How to write a Risk Assessment. ** 5 Steps of Risk Assessment is a video guide in URDU for Health & Safety Professionals) by HSE Expert Imran Shahbaz (CEO, PAK Safety Solutions) ** Read more at → https://goo.gl/C9YD0l For more Health & Safety videos, subscribe to our YouTube channel or visit our Official HSE Blog → https://imranshahbaz.com/
HIRARC: Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control
HIRARC is a tool that used universally in the field of occupational safety and health or OSH. Some standards that address the need to adopt HIRARC to meet the standard requirements. It, either explicitly require HIRARC as a method of assessment, either directly or through elements of risk management process to work. (e.g. ISO 45001) This video clip shows a very simple way and effective in assessing risks in the workplace. It is called as eHIRARC, because its function should be very dynamic and powerful help OSH Practitioner carrying out their duties with outstanding results. Trial sample can be requested through this link http://bit.ly/SmarTTool If interested to get the original copy, can be contact us at [email protected] or visit our website at http://osh-isis.com/dev/02.php Online purchase can refer to this link http://e-hirarc.blogspot.com/ We also offer a number of 'Smart Tool' for those interests to implement better management system in your organization.
Views: 5173 OSH dynamic
Hazard Identification
How to identify and avoid hazards in the workplace
Views: 11265 ThisIsBedfordGroup
Safety Risk Assessment Video Training
Learn the basics of performing a safety risk assessment in under 5 minutes
Views: 11865 Doig Corporation
Using a risk assessment matrix
20 minute video showing how I believe a matrix should be used as a tool to support the risk assessment process. I am very interested in your comments, and willing to adapt the presentation if necessary
Views: 49344 Andy Brazier
Job Hazard Analysis Management Training
This video is about Job Hazard Analysis Management Training
Views: 222 Richard Dyer
Hazard identification and safety (OSHA Assignment 2016)
Credits : 1. Mohammad Luqman Ismail 2. Nur Hidayah Azrin 3. Shahrul Najmie Suhaimi 4. Emelya Natra Mohd Khayry 5. Siti Nur Dalillah Fattin Janurin Edited by : Siti Nur Dalillah Fattin Janurin (Sony Vegas Pro) Lecturer : Dr. Ahmad Marzio and Mrs. Najua Delaila Shoot at : 1. Lab GC 1(a) 2. Student Centre 3. Lab GC 1(c) Assignment OSHA Semester 1 Year 2 Diploma.
Views: 3841 TruthBeauty97
HIRADC (Hazard Identification Risk Assessment and Determining Control)
www.sistemmanajemen.com HIRADC (Hazard Identification Risk Assessment and Determining Control) atau IBPR (Identifikasi Bahaya Penilaian dan Pengendalian Resiko) adalah Identifikasi Bahaya dan Penilaian Resiko serta penentuan Kendali atas bahaya dan Resiko tersebut. --------------------------
Views: 7008 sistem manajemen
Qualitative Vs Quantitative Risk Analysis
This video describes Risk Analysis Techniques - Qualitative and Quantitative. It also describes techniques to do Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analysis along with developing rating scales. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Introduction to MS Paint" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhIGiUWdkzY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 17838 Project Management
Risk Assessment Guide Training Video 1
Risk Assessment Guide Training Video Montefiore Medical Center Albert Einstein College of Medicine Adult Outpatient Psychiatry Department Please watch video with your risk assessment guide in front of you. See your institution's appendix for clinical protocols and definition of terms. *** NOTE: this guide is not a replacement for your own clinical judgment ***
Views: 314 PsychiatristMT
Risk assessment in engine room
this video made by UMT students for the submission of their risk assessment project
Views: 691 Hafizi Said
What is SAFETY ENGINEERING? What does SAFETY ENGINEERING mean? SAFETY ENGINEERING meaning - SAFETY ENGINEERING definition - SAFETY ENGINEERING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Safety engineering is an engineering discipline which assures that engineered systems provide acceptable levels of safety. It is strongly related to industrial engineering/systems engineering, and the subset system safety engineering. Safety engineering assures that a life-critical system behaves as needed, even when components fail. Analysis techniques can be split into two categories: qualitative and quantitative methods. Both approaches share the goal of finding causal dependencies between a hazard on system level and failures of individual components. Qualitative approaches focus on the question "What must go wrong, such that a system hazard may occur?", while quantitative methods aim at providing estimations about probabilities, rates and/or severity of consequences. The complexity of the technical systems such as Improvements of Design and Materials, Planned Inspections, Fool-proof design, and Backup Redundancy decreases risk and increases the cost. The risk can be decreased to ALARA (as low as reasonably achievable) or ALAPA (as low as practically achievable) levels. Traditionally, safety analysis techniques rely solely on skill and expertise of the safety engineer. In the last decade model-based approaches have become prominent. In contrast to traditional methods, model-based techniques try to derive relationships between causes and consequences from some sort of model of the system. The two most common fault modeling techniques are called failure mode and effects analysis and fault tree analysis. These techniques are just ways of finding problems and of making plans to cope with failures, as in probabilistic risk assessment. One of the earliest complete studies using this technique on a commercial nuclear plant was the WASH-1400 study, also known as the Reactor Safety Study or the Rasmussen Report. sually a failure in safety-certified systems is acceptable if, on average, less than one life per 109 hours of continuous operation is lost to failure.{as per FAA document AC 25.1309-1A} Most Western nuclear reactors, medical equipment, and commercial aircraft are certified to this level. The cost versus loss of lives has been considered appropriate at this level (by FAA for aircraft systems under Federal Aviation Regulations). Once a failure mode is identified, it can usually be mitigated by adding extra or redundant equipment to the system. For example, nuclear reactors contain dangerous radiation, and nuclear reactions can cause so much heat that no substance might contain them. Therefore, reactors have emergency core cooling systems to keep the temperature down, shielding to contain the radiation, and engineered barriers (usually several, nested, surmounted by a containment building) to prevent accidental leakage. Safety-critical systems are commonly required to permit no single event or component failure to result in a catastrophic failure mode. Most biological organisms have a certain amount of redundancy: multiple organs, multiple limbs, etc. For any given failure, a fail-over or redundancy can almost always be designed and incorporated into a system.
Views: 15186 The Audiopedia
JSA, JHA, Safety Observations & more with FAT FINGER by SEE Forge safety app HSEQ
SEE Forge creators of FAT FINGER empowers organizations to create FAT FINGER™ apps in a simple drag and drop way, to instantly simplify key processes, integrate with existing plant and ERP systems and rapidly deploy across the enterprise. Experts in Field Mobility, Intrinsically Safe cases, Class 1 Division 2, Ruggedized Mobile hardware www.seeforge.com
Views: 679 James McDonough
Hazard and Risk Management in Safety-critical Development
Risk management is one of the most important QA activities in the development of safety-critical devices and software. The more complex a product (and its development project) gets, the more difficult it is to identify, keep track of, and reduce or mitigate all risks. Watch this webinar recording to learn more about: - analyzing and managing hazards - risk management in complex mission-critical product development - risk management best practices, conducting Failure Mode and Effects Analysis - documenting and reporting on your risk management lifecycle For more information, visit https://intland.com/risk-management/
Views: 225 Intland Software
The Effectiveness of the Hazard and Operability Study Methodology in Process Hazard Analysis
HAZOP is the acronym for HAZard and OPerability study. It is a structured and systematic examination of a planned or existing product, process, procedure or system. It is used to identify risks to people, equipment, environment and/or organizational objectives, focusing primarily on the design intent of the particular system. The presentation introduces best practice approaches in conducting a HAZOP Study based on IEC Standard- 61882. In this webinar, the presenter speaks freely of his experience in leading an actual HAZOP Study and highlights the advantages of this risk assessment technique. Main points covered: • How to create awareness of the use of the Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) Methodology in process Hazard Analysis (PHA)? • How to familiarize Potential HAZOP Team Members with their Roles and Responsibilities in the HAZOP Examination of a Typical Facility? A Case Summary Study Approach will be used based on the presenter’s own experience of leading an actual HAZOP Study. Presenter: This session was presented by PECB Trainer Jacob McLean, Principal Consultant and Managing Director of Kaizen Training & Management Consultants Limited. Date: May 20, 2016 Organizer: Suzana Ajeti Slides of the webinar: http://bit.ly/1XthkLL ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find out more about ISO 18001 Occupational Health and Safety standard: Trainings: https://pecb.com/ohsas-18001-lead-implementer https://pecb.com/ohsas-18001-lead-auditor Webinars: https://www.pecb.com/webinars https://pecb.com/oldwebinar/the-effectiveness-of-the-hazard-and-operability-study-methodology-in-process-hazard-analysis Articles: https://pecb.com/article/replacing-ohsas-18001-what-will-iso-45001-bring https://pecb.com/article/bullying-and-harassment-at-work https://pecb.com/article/duties-of-workers-in-management-of-ohs https://pecb.com/article/protecting-young-workers-from-workplace-hazards https://pecb.com/article/worlds-most-hazardous-occupations https://pecb.com/article/health-and-safety-in-the-office Whitepaper: https://pecb.com/whitepaper/ohsas-18001-occupational-health-and-safety-management-system ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more information about PECB: Website: https://pecb.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pecb/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/+PECB Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PECBInternational/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/PECB Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/PECBCERTIFICATION
Views: 655 PECB
Learn how to Conduct a Risk Assessment for ANY Food Safety Plan | Introduction
Risk Assessment is essential for a successful Food Safety Plan to ensure hazards are controlled and our resources are focused on what matters the most. I.e Hazards that can cause severe health issues, injuries or death.
Risk assessment in Transport
Don't know where to start when doing a risk assessment? Do you find it difficult to identify the risks? This video explains the steps to complete a health and safety risk assessment.
Views: 1079 PHSC
OHS Risk Assessment and Hierarchy of Control
Organizer: Suzana Ajeti, PECB (www.pecb.com) Presenter: David Mutuna, PECB Trainer The webinar covers: • Ways to Identify Hazard • Risk Assessment • Hierarchy of Control This webinar was presented by Mr. David Mutuna, PECB Trainer, who is the Founder SHEQ and Food Safety Management Systems. Slides of the webinar: http://bit.ly/1LiP1Hn
Views: 2464 PECB
Membuat Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
berikut ini adalah sharing mengenai tata cara pembuatan JSA berdasarkan pengalaman. sekaligus latihan membuat JSA. Lampiran 1: JSA Template (Contoh JSA) https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_JDtgCaZRdrREZQckFZd3ZFYk0/view?usp=sharing Lampiran 2 : Matrik Resiko https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_JDtgCaZRdrOTF0QTIzWWJfbTg
Hazard vs Risk
Every business, organization, group, or community faces both hazards and risks. Oftentimes the words ‘hazard’ and ‘risk’ are interchanged. However a hazard and a risk are not the same thing. A hazard is something that poses a threat to life, health, property, or even the environment. A risk is the chance (big or small) that someone or something could be hurt or damaged by that hazard. It is important to understand the difference between the two so you can properly plan your risk management strategy. For more information, or for help with your Risk Management strategy, please contact us at 1-855-282-6991. www.aboriginalinsurance.com
Views: 33633 ThinkAIS
Basic Risk Assessment
Basic Risk Assessment for the Workplace
Views: 3316 Sally Bowes
JSA Training Video Part 1: Preparing for a Main Speech
Fellow JSA members give you the ultimate guide to prepare for a main speech. Since 1934, the nonprofit Junior Statesmen Foundation and the Junior State of America (JSA) have helped more than 500,000 student leaders acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to be active, informed and responsible citizens, voters and leaders. We are committed to developing a diverse cross section of young leaders throughout the entire country. During the school year, the student-run Junior State of America operates on high school campuses nationwide as an extra-curricular activity. JSA allows students to experience first-hand the drama and power of politics as well as the challenges and responsibilities of leadership. JSA chapters serve as the center of political awareness at their schools and JSA conventions bring thousands of students together to share their opinions and learn from each other. JSA and the Foundation also conduct an annual national leadership conference at the Montezuma School, the site of the organization’s founding. Volunteer teacher/advisors and foundation staff support these activities. Although separate organizations, The Junior Statesmen Foundation and the Junior State of America work in close collaboration, on a daily basis, to achieve their common goals. http://jsa.org http://states.jsa.org/socal/
Views: 361 SoCal JSA
Risk Management Solution Demo - Hazard Register and Proactive Hazard Analysis Tool
SMS-Pro’s Hazard Risk Register is not simply a hazard register, or a list of your organization’s hazards such as many organizations have in an excel document. It is integrated with the Proactive Hazard Analysis module, and is a robust, multi-functional tool that: • Outlines risks; • Shows your top risks; • Your control measures for each risk; • Initial and residual risk assessments for each risk; • Gives you the ability to export, sort, and filter data; and • Configure your hazards based on their importance. The first things we see displayed are two pie charts that display the top hazards in the past 3 months and 6 months, based on how many reported issues were associated with each hazard. You can also view charts for your top hazards in the past year and 3 years at the bottom of the page. Below is a list of all of the Hazards that you have created in the Proactive Hazard Analysis module, including: • The category and sub category that the hazard belongs to; • A location associated with the hazard; • The next review date of each hazard; and • How many reported safety issues were associated with each risk within multiple time frames You can easily order your risks from greatest to least concern with the arrows to the right. And finally, you can easily export all of this information to excel, a pdf, csv, or word document. The next tab features a more in depth look at the management behind each risk. This tab gives management a comprehensive overview of their program’s risks, what has been done, and what may be needed for each risk. Here, we can see • A list of each of our risks; • Each risk’s risk description; • Control measures for each risk; • The priority that has been set for the risks; • As well as the initial and residual risk assessment. Based on this information, management should quickly be able to see which risks need to be prioritized. Like the previous tab, this information can be exported to multiple file types. The Hazard Risk Register’s last tab, To Hazards, displays a list of how many times each hazard has been associated with reported safety issue in the past 12 months, as well as the control measures in place for each risk, allowing management to see if they are adequately controlling the risks that are being reported. As you can see, the Hazard Risk Register is no ordinary register – it’s a one stop shop to get a total overview of your risks that are most relevant to your organizations safety concerns. All of the risks in the hazard risk register come from the Proactive Hazard Analysis Tool Module, or PHAT module. PHAT MODULE Like SMS-Pro’s Executive Dashboard, the PHAT module is a fairly unique tool in the aviation software industry. The PHAT module is a totally comprehensive for all your risks, and is fully configurable. It displays: • Your Operational Risk Profile for each division; • All of your hazard categories with a description and completion charts for each category; • Sub categories with associated locations, review dates, and management accepted dates for each one; • And sub categories hazards, with documentable scenarios and control measures. The hazard category, sub category, and hazards tree is fully configurable. Managers can add new hazard categories, new sub categories, and new hazards very easily by simply selecting where they would like to add their new item and giving it a name and description. One great feature when adding new items is that you can make them KPIs. With new or existing hazard categories, you are able to describe each hazard based on either the SHELL model or 5M model, which can be chosen under the Division Description. As said, for each subcategory you are able to give it a location, a next review date, and a management accepted date. Each sub category will also list when the subcategory was last updated and who it was updated by. Finally, you have several powerful options with each hazard. You can: • Add multiple scenarios for each hazard; • Set a risk priority; • View existing controls and each control’s implementation status, • Add any available control measures, such as a policy or procedure; • Create new control measures with their level of implementation; • Provide rational for listing and assessing the hazard; • Add any review comments; • And attach any relevant documents. As you can see, such levels of forethought and documentation for each hazard are magnificent ways to meet your safety performance goals and deliver superior audit results. Moreover, you can view all of your hazards and associated documentation by viewing a report. You can generate the report into a downloadable PDF document, or generate it in your browser.
Views: 1244 SMS Pro
Job Safety Analysis
Run Time: 10:36 This video provides the basics of conducting a Job Safety Analysis (JSA).
Risk assessing in social work
A tutorial on the topic of risk assessing in social work from David Goosey to accompany the textbook Law for Social Workers, authored by Helen Carr and David Goosey. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/law-for-social-workers-9780198783459 © Oxford University Press
Take 5 Training Video
This a video conversion of our popular Take 5 Risk Assessment training presentation.
Views: 1739 Pertrain Pty Ltd
Job safety analysis Step by step
done by: hilal abu hilal, ezz abu khajil , hala al majali Submitted to: DR.awwad dababneh,IE department course: engineering industrial safety University of Jordan 11/12/2016
Views: 94 Hilal Abu Hilal
Job Safety Analysis Proactive Planning
Views: 266 Rob Lewis
Hazard Identification Video 01
The first in what I plan to be a series of videos featuring hazardous working conditions I have photographed over the years. If you work in construction you could use this for training. Thanks for watching, if you like this and want to see more subscribe or let me know in the comments below. Check out my website at www.toddjeromejenkins.com Only you can choose to be safe, so think about it before you start working.
Views: 974 Todd Jerome Jenkins
Running risk assessments on our schedules is becoming increasingly important at major decision points and “risk gates” through the life of a project. The risk assessment report is only as good as the schedule it is based upon. Managers do not like to make decisions based on “gut-feel”. A poorly built CPM schedule will not provide a foundation for quantifiable information to aid the right business decision. In this presentation the author, an experienced P6 scheduler and risk analysis consultant will review and discuss the what to look for, how to find it and how to “clean up” your schedule to provide a solid foundation for a well documented risk assessment report using Acumen Fuse.
Views: 189 DRMcNattyAssociates
What's the difference between a hazard and a risk?
View our safety solutions for managing hazards, risks, incidents and more from https://www.inxsoftware.com/solutions/health-safety-risk.php. Video originally published by Risk Bites (www.youtube.com/watch?v=VF-8QksiU7c&sns=em).
Views: 13141 INX Software Pty Ltd
Job Safety Analysis Training 12-9-16
12-9-16 Job Safety Analysis Training conducted during a Rig Managers meeting.
Views: 141 Chad Stout
Health and Safety Risk Assessment Matrix, Risk Register with infographic strategy
2018 Edition released! https://pro-risk.co.za/home/home/trial-risk-assessment-matrices/ - The Pro-Risk Risk Matrix Assessment & Risk Register is an Excel-based software application that can help you identify, prioritize, and manage key risks in your workplace / company. The Occupational Health and Safety Act, No. 85 of 1993 (as amended) requires employers to identify workplace hazards and to evaluate the risks associated with such working environment constituting a hazard to the health and safety of persons; and the steps that need to be taken to comply with the provisions of the OHS Act and its Regulations. Furthermore, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Standard on Risk Management: principles and Guidelines (ISO 31000) requires that each risk that is identified be assessed on the basis of its likelihood and its consequences, using a risk matrix that is appropriate to the workplace environment. Organizations worldwide are using risk matrixes to determine consequences and their likelihood by modelling the outcomes of an event or set of events. Unlike other risk matrix models which are either based on a 3 x 3, or 4 x 4, or 4 x 5, or 5 x 5 risk matrix, the Pro-Risk Risk Matrix Assessment is based on a 5 x 5 x 5 multi-level scale of likelihood, consequences, and exposure. The Pro-Risk Risk Matrix Assessment is unique in all segments of a risk matrix, i.e.  In addition to the multi-level scales of likelihood and consequences, the Pro-Risk Risk Assessment Risk Matrix is the only risk matrix utilizing the exposure factor to the hazard or risk as an integral part of the risk matrix assessment.  The Pro-Risk Risk Assessment Risk Matrix is the only risk matrix utilizing option buttons to easily complete a risk matrix with only 2 clicks!  The Pro-Risk Risk Assessment Risk Matrix is the only risk matrix producing boardroom presentation type graphs - which instantly provide critical information graphics (infographics) needed for decision-making, taking into account the wider context of identified and cumulative risks.  The Pro-Risk Risk Matrix Assessment & Risk Register is the only risk register utilizing a unique risk flag indicator (red flagging) acting as an early warning system to determine the probability of high risk incidents.  The Pro-Risk Risk Matrix Assessment automatically transfer all calculated risk data into the Risk Register. The Risk Register produces boardroom presentation type graphs - providing critical graphical depictions of data and information in respect of hazard categories, hierarchy of hazard controls, risk choices and risk assessment status.  The Pro-Risk Risk Matrix's Risk Register utilizes option buttons to quickly identify hazard categories, risk mitigation, the hierarchy of controls, and the identified risks current status.  The Pro-Risk Risk Matrix’s Risk Register further provide the user with comprehensive (editable) dropdown lists to easily identify potential consequences and existing risk controls.  The Pro-Risk Risk Matrix Assessment & Risk Register Software Program meets legal obligations and save time with its excel-based automated calculations risk matrixes.  The Pro-Risk Risk Matrix Assessment & Risk Register is available free-of-charge as a fully-functional Trial Licensed Version - only the 'Save As' and 'Print' options and a portion of the calculational function have been disabled.  The Pro-Risk Risk Matrix Assessment & Risk Register is meant to be used per workplace or department and various options are available for purchase, i.e. in segments of 10 risk matrix assessments - from 10 risk matrix assessments to 100 risk matrix assessments.  As an introductory offer for the next three months, the Pro-Risk Risk Matrix Assessment & Risk Register Software Program can be customized to display your company logo - when you purchase a Full Licensed Version. If interested to obtain a Trial Licensed version, email [email protected]
Risk Assessment
Views: 35 Stefan Gebhardt
Process Safety and Hazard Identification Video - Group 5
This video was made for Dr. Mckenna's Process Safety Class at Texas Tech University in Spring of 2016. TTU Process Safety Bites & Analysis of Common Causes of Accidents Main music provided royalty-free by bensound.com Intro Music - Minus the Bear - "Secret Country" Texas Tech Logo Belongs to Texas Tech University *Please note that we are not an official hazard investigation board of Texas Tech University, but students trying to provide an educational video as an enactment of one.
Views: 721 John S
EU Safety Assessment
Learn more about demonstrating your EU Compliance through the EU Safety Assessment (Cosmetic Product Safety Report).
Views: 738 Obelis Group
Airline safety and risk management
Chairman of Flybe, Simon Laffin, discusses what other industries can learn from airline safety processes and risk culture - filmed as part of The Behavioural Finance Forum's series on culture change and risk management.
Views: 769 broadcastprbusiness
Session 7. A risk assessment example
This online workshop is for you if you want to know more about event safety. In this workshop you will learn the basic principles of health & safety aspects at events and festivals. From risk assessments to first aid facilities at events and from event licensing aspects to interviews with events industry experts: this workshop is for you! There are currently 27 sessions that make up this event safety workshop. This is session 7, you will see an example of a risk assessment. Every event is different hence every risk assessment will be different. This video might just give you some ideas of what you need to think of. Please leave a message in the comment section to really get the discussion going (because there are exercises in this workshop). Note: Please be aware that you should always check with your local authorities about health and safety regulations that are applicable to your event. Always listen to the advice from your local authorities, licensors or permit providers (and even your security company and medical services). Every event is unique: keep that in mind when you develop your event safety plan. Always ask for advice! For more information visit my website http://bit.ly/29AaeTT Or follow me on: Twitter: http://bit.ly/2dkxRTX Facebook: http://bit.ly/2eBkr6S
Views: 195 The Event Tutor
OSHA  hirarc
Views: 32 Moron Sijala
Safety Forms and Assessments
The Safety Forms and Assessment tool allows companies to customize their competency validation process, hazard assessment forms, pre-trip inspection forms and more.
Views: 522 Dan MacDonald