What is Risk Assessment in Oil and Gas?
In some of the oil & gas courses mentioned above, you may hear about Risk Assessments, specifically how they work to minimise accidents and injury when working with oil and gas. The document outlines all the possible risks associated with working with oil and gas, and outlines the control measures to prevent these from happening. Here at HSE Docs, we offer a comprehensive suite of industry-specific Risk Assessments, all of which can be downloaded from our website for free or for a small fee.
Why Is Safety Important In the Oil & Gas Industry?
Working with oil and gas includes hazardous tasks and working alongside dangerous substances and heavy machinery, which poses many risks for workers on site. By implementing a culture of safety within your organisation, you will be able to minimise the risk of injury, which decreases staff downtime and improves business efficiency. If you don’t take the necessary steps to ensure the safety of your workers, you risk breaking the law and going against regulations.
How Long Does an HSE Certificate Last?
Most of the oil and gas health and safety training courses are valid for three years. After the three years are up, simply take a few hours out of your day to retake each course as necessary to get a new, valid certificate. It is important to refresh your knowledge every couple of years to ensure that you are still in keeping with up-to-date regulations and following the latest best practices. Courses Manual Handling Slips, Trips, and Falls Working At Heights First Aid at Work Asbestos Awareness