Basic HSE Risk Assessment (E-learning package) (HSE-0001)

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Purpose

The purpose of this E-Learning is to create a safe working environment for employees by enabling them to foresee the risks associated with their work activities and take the necessary precautions.

Objectives

Introduction
  • - After this E-Learning the participant will be aware of the basic risk assessment process in SGRE.
Adverse weather
  • - After this E-Learning the participant will be aware of the risks that arise from adverse weather conditions and which precautions to take.
Crane and lifting
  • - After this E-Learning the participant will be aware of the risks associated with lifting operations and which precautions to take.
Ergonomics
  • - After this E-Learning the participant will be aware of the ergonomic risks associated with working in the wind industry and which precautions to take.
Hot work
  • - After this E-Learning the participant will be aware of the risks associated with hot work and which precautions to take.
Use of chemicals
  • - After this E-Learning the participant will be aware of the risks associated with use of chemicals and which precautions to take.
Use of tools
  • - After this E-Learning the participant will be aware of the risks arising from using hand tools and which precautions to take.
Working at heights
  • - After this E-Learning the participant will be aware of the risks associated with working at height and precautions to take.
Working with electricity
  • - After this E-Learning the participant will be aware of the risks associated with working with electricity and which precautions to take.
Dropped objects
  • - After this E-Learning the participant will be aware of the risks associated with dropped objects and which precautions to take.

Contents

This E-Learning package contains the following modules. When you book this package you will have access to all the other modules. You can find the modules under your ‘My Bookings’ section in the Training Web.

Introduction
  • - The basic risk assessment process in SGRE.
Adverse Weather
  • - The risks that arise from adverse weather conditions and which precautions to take.
Crane and lifting
  • - The risks associated with lifting operations and which precautions to take.
Ergonomics
  • - The ergonomic risks associated with working in the wind industry and which precautions to take.
Hot work
  • - The risks associated with hot work and which precautions to take.
Use of chemicals
  • - The risks associated with use of chemicals and which precautions to take.
Use of tools
  • - The risks arising from using hand tools and which precautions to take.
Working at heights
  • - The risks associated with working at height and which precautions to take.
Working with electricity
  • - The risks associated with working with electricity and which precautions to take.
Dropped objects
  • - The risks associated with dropped objects and which precautions to take

Who should attend?

Introduction
  • - Employees with a role in the risk assessment process, such as Site Leads, Foreman, Production Workers, Technicians, HSE Advisors.
Adverse Weather
  • - Employees working under adverse weather conditions, such as Site Leads, Foreman, Technicians, HSE Advisors.
Crane and lifting
  • - Employees working in or with lifting operations, such as Slingers, Banksmen, Production Workers, Lifting Supervisors / Operators, Spotters, HSE Advisors.
Ergonomics
  • - Employees exposed to ergonomic hazards, such as Store Keepers, Production Workers, Technicians, HSE Advisors.
Hot work
  • - Employees performing hot work activities such as Permit holders, Permit issuers, Production Workers, Supervisors, Technicians, HSE Advisors.
Use of chemicals
  • - Employees performing activities involving hazardous substances, such as Store Keepers, Waste Coordinators, Foreman, Production Workers, Technicians, HSE Advisors.
Use of tools
  • - Employees working with hand tools, such as Production Worker, Foreman, Technicians, HSE Advisors.
Working at heights
  • - Employees performing activities at height, such as Production Worker, Foreman, Technicians, HSE Advisors
Working with electricity
  • - Employees exposed to electrical hazards, such as Production Worker, Foreman, Technicians, HSE Advisors, Test operators.
Dropped objects
  • - Employees working with dropped object

Notes

Each module takes about 20 minutes to complete. Each module has specific target groups, see the individual modules for more information.

Course duration

2  hours

Price

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Cancellation fee

0 percent of course fee after 0 days before the start of course.

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Contact person:

Wind University
Phone:  +45  9942-2105
E-Mail:  wind.university@siemensgamesa.com

Address:

Wind University
Borupvej 16
7330 Brande
Phone:  +45  9942-2105