Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment
Why “Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment” is the backbone of
OHSAS 18001 / ISO 45001 Global HSE Standards.
Risk Assessment and local legislative and OSHA requirements.
Distinguishing between potential hazards and risks.
Knowing most common sources of hazards & risks at workplace
and how to prevent them.
Knowing what is a Risk Assessment Process and when it is
necessary to review it.
Hierarchy of Risk control measures to be taken to prevent an
Importance of communicating the outcome of Risk Assessments
for preventive measures.
New and Emerging Risks at workplace.
Syndicate Exercises / Case Studies of various industrial sectors
Recap & Quiz
Who Should Attend?
This engaging session is designed to educate the Top
Management, Operation Managers, GMs, Line Management,
Senior OHSE Professionals, HR & Admin Managers, Psychologists,
Security Managers, and Public Affair Managers.
Dr. Tahir Barlas is a renowned HSE Consultant, who brings 28 years of world class experience in Managing & Practicing HSE
in various Organizations. His earlier experiences include working with Shell in Pakistan as Country HSE Manager, GM - HSE
PIA, GM Compliance and HSE at Azgard 9 Group and an Occupational Health Advisor at ICI Pakistan. He is also an ITC ILO
Accredited OSH Consultant & Trainer, who has been involved in Global projects, currently, he is operating in the foreign
regions, as well as assisting a number of leading organizations in Pakistan as OHSE Consultant. Also, as a Lead Auditor for
OHSAS 18001 & ISO 14001 International Health, Safety & Environmental Standards, his significant contributions are in the
area of HSE Compliance, Auditing, Training and Development and Implementation of HSE–IMS, Road Safety, Behaviour
Based Safety, Ergonomics and Occupational Health Management across various Industrial Sectors in Pakistan.
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