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9am – 5pm (UTC +8)
Closing Date:
One week before course date.
Virtual instructor-led training (VILT) via Zoom / MS Team
AAIS Member: S$1,836/pax w/GST
Public: S$2,052/pax w/GST
Fees reflected are inclusive of 8% GST (in 2023).
About the Course:
The Singapore Ministry of Manpower’s WSH Risk Management Regulation 2006 introduced a new occupational safety and health framework to foster an accident-prevention culture at the workplace. The principle under this new framework is emphasis employers, self-employed persons and principals are responsible for identifying safety hazards at workplaces and taking steps to eliminate or reduce the risks. This includes assessing, controlling, monitoring and communicating risks to mitigate safety and health risks at source.

In Singapore, safety plays an important factor to all types of industries. All organizations aim to attain a level of certification; this at the same time enhances the public view towards the organizations’ attitude towards safety. As a result, to be adequately safe, we regularly review the likelihood of an accident occurring.

This interactive training session provides learners with the opportunity to practice, and apply the knowledge and skills learnt to produce a practical risk management plan for the organisation, conduct hazard identification, apply risk assessment methodology to evaluate risks and implement the hierarchy of controls to mitigate risks as well as hazard communication through discussions and practices.

Who Should Attend?
This course is specially designed for anyone involved in the company, which include Risk Management Process, Managers, Supervisors, HOD’s, Team Leaders, Risk Management Champions and HSE Manager, Supervisor.

• Have knowledge of your organizational products/services
• Be self-directed and proactive towards problem-solving of safety issues
• Have in-depth knowledge of sources of workplace hazards
• Be able to apply effective problem-solving and decision making
• Have good communication, interactive skills

Course Content:
The three days of hands-on training, tailor-made to your industry provides the learners that required self confidence to carry out the Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment process by applying various risk assessment Methodologies.

Day 1 – Module 1: Planning – Risk Management
• Introduction to Risk Management
• WSH Risk Management Regulation
• Contextualising of risk assessments
• Proactive Risk Assessment Methods
• Hazard Vs Risk
• Hazard Identification
• Estimation/Evaluation of Risk
• Human and Cultural Factors
• Workplace or work-related factors
• Difference between Risk Assessment Vs Risk Management
• Elimination and Control Measures
• Industry Perspective Risk Assessment
• ISO 31010: 2019 – International Risk Management Standard & ISO 45001:2018 expectations

Day 2 – Module 2: Evaluation– Risk Management
• Risk Perception, Assessment and Communication
• Occupational Health Hazards
• Well-being Hazard identification and control measures
• Elimination and control of risk
• Re-Assessment of Severity Vs Likelihood
• Hierarchy of Control
• Engineering Controls (examples)
• Qualitative Vs Quantitative Risk Assessment
• Development of Risk Assessments
• When to use Dynamic Risk Assessment

Day 3 – Module 3: Applying Risk Management
• Case Studies – Hands-on Exercises
• Hazard Rating & Assessing Exposure Levels
• Re-evaluation with additional controls
• Implementation and control
• Auditing Risk Management

*Note: AAIS reserves the right to adjust the course pricing and to re-schedule or cancel any course due to unforeseen circumstances, course commencement is subject to minimum class size requirements.
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