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Managing Hazards
Managing Hazards
John Sharp This template is based on the principles of adult learning and is consistent with
John Sharp
This template is based on the
principles of adult learning
and is consistent with the
Australian National Training
Authority's Competency
Based Training standards

Managing Hazards

Aims   Understand the process of identifying, assessing & controlling hazards
Aims
 Understand the process of identifying,
assessing & controlling hazards

Spot the hazard 1. Identification Assess the risk

  • 2. Assessment Make the changes

  • 3. Control

Managing Hazards Aims   Understand the process of identifying, assessing & controlling hazards S pot

4.Devise a recovery measure if you lose

control of the hazard.

Title :

Managing Hazards

By :

John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

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Managing Hazards Aims   Understand the process of identifying, assessing & controlling hazards S pot

Training Outcomes

 At the end of this course participants will be able to:  Explain the legal
At the end of this course participants will be able
to:
Explain the legal responsibilities of the various workplace parties
Explain the four stages of managing hazards
Define a hazard & a threat
Explain different types of hazards & the main identification methods
Define risk, understand different methods for assessing risk & utilise the
Risk Potential Matrix
Explain threat & escalation barriers in terms of the bow tie concept
Utilise the Hierarchy of Control to select the best method of controlling a
hazard.
Explain the terms “reasonably practicable” & ALARP in relation to
controlling risk.
Explain the need for ongoing monitoring and maintenance of control
measures
Explain why consultation is essential to the risk assessment process
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Managing Hazards
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Date :
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Why are you here?

Duties of employers 19. (1) An employer shall ... provide and maintain a working environment in
Duties of employers
19. (1) An employer shall
...
provide and maintain a
working environment in which his employees are not
exposed to hazards
Petroleum (Submerged Lands) (Management of
Environment) Regulations, 1999.
Petroleum Activities must be carried out in an
ecologically sustainable manner. Environmental
effects and risks must be assessed

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Why are you here? Duties of employers 19. (1) An employer shall ... provide and maintain

Why are you here ? (Continued)

Why are you here ? (Continued) Duties of employees 20. (1) An employee shall take reasonable
Duties of employees
Duties of employees
20. (1) An employee shall take reasonable care -
20. (1) An employee shall take reasonable care -
  • to ensure his own safety and health at work;

 to avoid adversely affecting the safety or health of any other person ...  an
to avoid adversely affecting the safety or health
of any other person ...
 an employee contravenes that subsection if he
...
fails
to report forthwith to his employer -
any situation at the workplace that he has reason

to believe could constitute a hazard to any

person and he cannot himself correct;

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Why are you here ? (Continued) Duties of employees 20. (1) An employee shall take reasonable

Why are you here ? (Continued)

Why are you here ? (Continued) Woodside Health & Safety Policy  Delay or suspend work
Woodside Health & Safety Policy  Delay or suspend work where effective controls are not in
Woodside Health & Safety Policy
Delay or suspend work where effective controls
are not in place to manage identified hazards.
Design our workplaces to minimise risk to
personnel and to develop work practices that
further reduce risk to as low as reasonably
practicable.
Woodside Environmental Policy
Plan and perform activities to avoid or minimise
adverse effects on the environment
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Where does this module fit in? Pre-qualifications  None Series  Fulfils the requirements of Module
Where does this module fit in?
Pre-qualifications
None
Series
Fulfils the requirements of Module 2.1 - 2.13 of
Occupational Safety & Health reps accredited training
What’s in it for you
Personal Health & Safety at work?
Understanding hazard management will help prevent injuries
and unnecessary environmental impacts at work
24 Hour HSE?
Applying these principles at home /recreation activities can
help prevent non work injuries

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Where does this module fit in? Pre-qualifications  None Series  Fulfils the requirements of Module

How will this course be run?

Three modules each consisting of  Explanation
Three modules each consisting of
Explanation

me doing some work

Activity
Activity

you doing some work

Revision
Revision

us checking how well we both worked

One Test  you showing how well you have understood this
One Test
you showing how well you have understood
this

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How will this course be run? Three modules each consisting of  Explanation – me doing

Learning Objectives - Module 1

Identifying At the end of this module participants will be  able to:  Define a
Identifying
At the end of this module participants will be
able to:
Define a hazard & a threat.
Explain the different types of hazards & the
main identification methods

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Managing Hazards

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John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

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Corporate HSER Dept

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Learning Objectives - Module 1 Identifying At the end of this module participants will be 

Methods of Identifying Hazards

Hazard Identification Process

Sources of Information

Standards, Major Facilities/Sites
Standards,
Major Facilities/Sites

HAZOP, HAZID, Fire & Explosion Risk

Australian & International Codes &

Analysis, Safety & Operability Review

ELectrical, Health Risk Assessment, Environmental Impact Assessment, Ergonomic Design Review, Human Factor Analysis

Industry & Company Standards,

Industry & Company Incident Databases

Methods of Identifying Hazards Hazard Identification Process Sources of Information Standards, Major Facilities/Sites HAZOP, HAZID, Fire

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Managing Hazards

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John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

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Methods of Identifying Hazards Hazard Identification Process Sources of Information Standards, Major Facilities/Sites HAZOP, HAZID, Fire

Definitions

A Hazard   is anything that has the potential to cause harm, ill health or
A Hazard
is anything that has the potential to cause
harm, ill health or injury, or damage to
property, plant or the environment
can often be considered as stored energy

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Definitions A Hazard   is anything that has the potential to cause harm, ill health

Hazard Bow Tie

C O H N A S Unwanted E Z Q A Event U R E D
C
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N
A
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Unwanted
E
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Event
U
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Hazard Bow Tie C O H N A S Unwanted E Z Q A Event U

Categories of Hazards

Biological Environmental Ergonomic Psychological Chemical Radiation Ælectrical Physical If you don’t manage hazards you could BEE
Biological
Environmental
Ergonomic
Psychological
Chemical
Radiation
Ælectrical
Physical
If you don’t manage hazards you could
BEE
SCRAP
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Hazards

Categories

Hazards Categories
Influenza Greenhouse Gas Manual Handling Excessive Workload Paint Sun rays 240v Power Height Title : Managing
Influenza
Greenhouse Gas
Manual Handling
Excessive Workload
Paint
Sun rays
240v Power
Height
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Biological

Environmental

Ergonomic

Psychological

Chemical

Radiation

Ælectrical

Physical

Hazards Categories Influenza Greenhouse Gas Manual Handling Excessive Workload Paint Sun rays 240v Power Height Title

Examples of Hazards

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Definitions

A Threat :   is anything that has the potential to release a hazard, 
A Threat :
is anything that has the potential to release a
hazard,
must be controlled to prevent any unwanted
event.

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Managing Hazards

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John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

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Definitions A Threat :   is anything that has the potential to release a hazard,

Hazard Bow Tie

C O H T N A H S R Unwanted E Z E Q A Event
C
O
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T
N
A
H
S
R
Unwanted
E
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E
Q
A
Event
A
U
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T
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D
S
N
C
E

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Managing Hazards

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John Sharp

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December 11, 2017

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Corporate HSER Dept

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Hazard Bow Tie C O H T N A H S R Unwanted E Z E

Activity

Each team   Agree on which items in a predetermined list are Hazards & which
Each team
 Agree on which items in a predetermined list
are Hazards & which are Threats
Separate Teams

Define a hazard & List the eight different categories of Hazards

Define a threat. &

List five of the twelve main hazard identification methods

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Managing Hazards

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John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

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Activity Each team   Agree on which items in a predetermined list are Hazards &

Revision

Presentations by each team of:  marked up hazard /threat lists  definitions & category /identification
Presentations by each team of:
marked up hazard /threat lists
definitions & category /identification method
lists

Title :

Managing Hazards

By :

John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

Location :

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Revision Presentations by each team of:  marked up hazard /threat lists  definitions & category
Learning Objectives - Module 2 Assessment At the end of this module participants will be 
Learning Objectives - Module 2
Assessment
At the end of this module participants will be
able to:
Define risk, understand different methods for
assessing risk & utilise the Risk Potential Matrix
Explain why consultation is an essential part of
the risk assessment process

Title :

Managing Hazards

By :

John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

Location :

Corporate HSER Dept

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Learning Objectives - Module 2 Assessment At the end of this module participants will be 

What is Risk

Risk =

How Big?

What is Risk Risk = How Big? Consequence How Often? X Probability Title : Managing Hazards

Consequence

How Often?

What is Risk Risk = How Big? Consequence How Often? X Probability Title : Managing Hazards
  • X Probability

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What is Risk Risk = How Big? Consequence How Often? X Probability Title : Managing Hazards

Methods of Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment Process

Sources of Information

Quantitative Risk Assessment, Health Risk Assessment,

Legislation & Regulations Australian & International Codes

Company Standards Major Facilities/Sites Workgroup Non-Routine Activity Routine Activity by Individuals and Workgroups
Company Standards
Major Facilities/Sites
Workgroup Non-Routine Activity
Routine Activity by
Individuals and Workgroups

Environmental Risk Assessment,

& Standards, Industry Standards,

* Escape Evacuation & Rescue Analysis, * Temporary Refuge Analysis, * Essential Safety Systems Analysis * Offshore only

Risk Potential Matrix, Health Risk Assessment

HSE Cases, Hazard Registers, Site Standards, Procedures,

HSE Bulletins, Toolbox meetings

Risk Potential Matrix, Stepback 5 x5

Inspection checklists,

Induction handbooks, Incident Report feedback,

Job Start meetings

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Methods of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment Process Sources of Information Quantitative Risk Assessment, Health Risk Assessment,

Event Potential Matrix

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Event Potential Matrix Title : Managing Hazards By : John Sharp Date : December 11, 2017

Woodside Individual Risk Criteria

Woodside’s target risk acceptance criteria are:   the average individual [fatality] risk per annum (IRPA)
Woodside’s target risk acceptance criteria are:
the average individual [fatality] risk per annum
(IRPA) for personnel working on each offshore
and onshore facility will be less than 1 in a 1000
per year, and is
demonstrably As Low As Reasonably
Practicable (ALARP)

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Managing Hazards

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Woodside Individual Risk Criteria Woodside’s target risk acceptance criteria are:   the average individual [fatality]

Woodside Individual Risk Levels

Risk of Death 1 in a 1000 per year NRA GWA WAN NE ALARP Plant 1
Risk of Death
1
in a 1000 per year
NRA
GWA
WAN
NE
ALARP
Plant
1
in a 10,000 per year
Region
1
in a 100,000 per year
Negligible Risk

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December 11, 2017

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Woodside Individual Risk Levels Risk of Death 1 in a 1000 per year NRA GWA WAN

Individual Risk Comparison

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Individual Risk Comparison Title : Managing Hazards By : John Sharp Date : December 11, 2017

Consultation

Why is consultation an essential part of the  risk assessment process?
Why is consultation an essential part of the
risk assessment process?
Activity Draw a hazard form on butcher’s paper 
Activity
Draw a hazard form on butcher’s paper

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Consultation Why is consultation an essential part of the  risk assessment process? Activity Draw a

Hazard Form

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Hazard Form Title : Managing Hazards By : John Sharp Date : December 11, 2017 Location
Hazard Form Title : Managing Hazards By : John Sharp Date : December 11, 2017 Location
Activity As a team using the hazard form   Select & enter in the top
Activity
As a team using the hazard form
Select & enter in the top box a task that at least one member is very
familiar with & the rest of the team have a reasonable understanding of
Identify & enter in column one, three significant steps which have
different hazards associated with them
Identify & enter in column two one hazard for each step
Identify & enter in column three one threat for each hazard
Consider the worst realistic potential consequence of each threat
releasing the hazard it is linked with
Use the risk potential matrix to assess the potential consequence &
enter a letter in column four
Use the risk potential matrix to assess the probability of that
consequence occurring & enter a number in column five.
Present results and explain why consultation is
an essential part of the risk assessment process
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Hazard Form

Mowing the Lawn with a petrol driven rotary mower

Filling

Petrol

fuel

tank

Starting

Rotating

motor

blades

Cutting

Flying

grass

stones

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Date :

John Sharp

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Inadequate ignition source control

Inadequate guards

Inadequate exclusion zone

B

2

  • C 3

  • D 4

Hazard Form Mowing the Lawn with a petrol driven rotary mower Filling Petrol fuel tank Starting
Hazard Form Mowing the Lawn with a petrol driven rotary mower Filling Petrol fuel tank Starting
Some suggested tasks  Welding in a live gas unit or in a confined space 
Some suggested tasks
Welding in a live gas unit or in a confined space
Relocating a work station & computer
Lifting a drum of chemicals using a crane
Bringing a vessel alongside and /or bunkering in strong winds
Moving a terrine of hot soup from the kitchen /galley to the baine marie
Purging equipment and /or opening up in preparation for maintenance
Excavating adjacent to an existing cable trench
Erecting a scaffold in a live unit
Cleaning an electric oven in the kitchen /galley
Diving to repair holes in a caisson
Using powered hand tools in a hazardous area
Bunkering diesel
Drilling with non water based mud

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Managing Hazards

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John Sharp

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December 11, 2017

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Some suggested tasks  Welding in a live gas unit or in a confined space 
Some suggested tasks  Lifting drums of chemical & oil / Bulk hose handling using a
Some suggested tasks
Lifting drums of chemical & oil / Bulk hose handling using a crane
Lifting general cargo ( containers skids tubulars ) on land and on/off vessels (
unsecured loads )
Bringing a vessel alongside & / or bunkering in strong winds / storm conditions /
monsoon rain
Purging equipment & or opening up in preparation for maintenance & cleaning
Road transport and load restraint / loss of load
Liquid transfer via pumping & suction / Bunkering Diesel
Liquid and Dry bulk residue / tank entry and cleaning
Manual handling ( bulk hoses, mooring ropes,pkg's for container packing, rigging
& rigging on containers , freight / baggage)
Dangerous goods transport / handling / fork lift / crane lift ( Helo fuel,
explosives,radiation material,corrosives )
Vehicle & machinery inspections & pre operation checks
Forklift operation and truck loading unloading in non perfect conditions
Cleaning containers with high pressure water equipment

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Managing Hazards

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John Sharp

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December 11, 2017

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Some suggested tasks  Lifting drums of chemical & oil / Bulk hose handling using a

Revision

Presentations by each team of Hazard Form & why consultation is an essential part of the
Presentations by each team of Hazard
Form & why consultation is an essential
part of the risk assessment process

Title :

Managing Hazards

By :

John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

Location :

Corporate HSER Dept

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Revision Presentations by each team of Hazard Form & why consultation is an essential part of

Learning Objectives - Module 3

At the end of this module participants will be  able to:  Explain threat &
At the end of this module participants will be
able to:
Explain threat & escalation barriers in terms
of the bow tie concept
Utilise the Hierarchy of Control to select the
best method of controlling a hazard.
Explain the term “reasonably practicable” in
relation to controlling risk.
Explain the need for ongoing monitoring and
maintenance of control measures
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Definitions

A Threat Barrier   is a control designed to prevent a threat from releasing a
A Threat Barrier
is a control designed to prevent a threat from
releasing a hazard thus causing an incident
A threat barrier must directly address a threat
in order to control a hazard
An Escalation Barrier
is a control designed to prevent an unwanted
event from escalating into a more severe
consequence

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Definitions A Threat Barrier   is a control designed to prevent a threat from releasing

Hazard Bow Tie

C O H T N A H S R Unwanted E Z E Q A Event
C
O
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T
N
A
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S
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Unwanted
E
Z
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Q
A
Event
A
U
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D
S
N
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THREAT
ESCALATION
BARRIERS
BARRIERS

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Hazard Bow Tie C O H T N A H S R Unwanted E Z E

Control

Hazards must be eliminated, or where that is not reasonably practicable, the risk must be minimised
Hazards must be eliminated, or where
that is not reasonably practicable,
the risk must be minimised

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Control Hazards must be eliminated, or where that is not reasonably practicable, the risk must be

Definition of ALARP

As Low As Reasonably Practicable

The point at which the cost of further

risk reduction becomes (grossly)

disproportionate to the risk reduction achieved.

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Definition of ALARP A s L ow A s R easonably P racticable The point at

ALARP risk vs cost

• Tolerability level Risk Cost of Control
Tolerability level
Risk
Cost of
Control

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Legal Liability

ALARP

Wasteful

ALARP risk vs cost • Tolerability level Risk Cost of Control Title : Managing Hazards By

Hierarchy of Control

Elimination Substitution Engineering Administration Personal Protective Equipment
Elimination
Substitution
Engineering
Administration
Personal Protective
Equipment

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Hierarchy of Control Elimination Substitution Engineering Administration Personal Protective Equipment Title : Managing Hazards By :

Maintenance of control measures

Why are ongoing monitoring and maintenance  of control measures essential?
Why are ongoing monitoring and maintenance
of control measures essential?

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Managing Hazards

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John Sharp

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December 11, 2017

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Maintenance of control measures Why are ongoing monitoring and maintenance  of control measures essential? Title

Managing Hazards

Four stages of managing hazards 
Four stages of managing hazards
  • Spot the hazard 1. Identification

Managing Hazards Four stages of managing hazards  S pot the hazard 1. Identification A ssess

Assess the risk 2. Assessment
Make the changes 3. Control

Managing Hazards Four stages of managing hazards  S pot the hazard 1. Identification A ssess

4.Devise a recovery measure if you lose

control of the hazard.

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Managing Hazards

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Managing Hazards Four stages of managing hazards  S pot the hazard 1. Identification A ssess
Activity As a team using the form provided   Select the threat that you have
Activity
As a team using the form provided
Select the threat that you have assessed as
having the highest potential consequence
Devise and enter in column seven, various
methods of control to manage that threat which
conform with each of the five levels of the
hierarchy of control
Explain which of the controls are “reasonably
practicable”, which of the controls need ongoing
monitoring & maintenance and what form that
monitoring & maintenance would take.
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Hazard Form

Mowing the Lawn with a petrol driven rotary mower

Filling

Petrol

fuel

tank

Starting

Rotating

motor

blades

Cutting

Flying

grass

stones

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Managing Hazards

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Date :

John Sharp

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Spilled fuel

Inadequate ignition source control

Inadequate guards

Inadequate exclusion zone

Replace the lawn with

B

  • 2 green concrete Substitute an electric mower for petrol model

C

  • 3 Install L.E.L. detector interlocked with starting system

Procedure requiring 5 min delay between refuelling &
D 4

starting motor

Full cover protective clothing, face visor, gloves

Hazard Form Mowing the Lawn with a petrol driven rotary mower Filling Petrol fuel tank Starting

Revision

Presentations by each team of: completed Hazard Form which of the controls are “reasonably practicable”, which
Presentations by each team of:
completed Hazard Form
which of the controls are “reasonably
practicable”,
which of the controls need ongoing
monitoring & maintenance and
what form that monitoring & maintenance
would take.

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Managing Hazards

By :

John Sharp

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December 11, 2017

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Revision Presentations by each team of: completed Hazard Form which of the controls are “reasonably practicable”,

Test

Individually complete the multiple choice  questionnaire in back Section of Manual p. 62 Insert answers
Individually complete the multiple choice
questionnaire in back Section of Manual p. 62
Insert answers on sheet provided p. 63
Obtain 80% to pass
Course Critique
Individually complete the feedback sheet (both
sides) in back Section of Manual pages 65,66

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Test Individually complete the multiple choice  questionnaire in back Section of Manual p. 62 Insert

Test

Individually complete the multiple choice  questionnaire in back Section of Manual p. 60 Insert answers
Individually complete the multiple choice
questionnaire in back Section of Manual p. 60
Insert answers on sheet provided p. 61
Obtain 80% to pass
Course Critique
Individually complete the feedback sheet (both
sides) in back Section of Manual pages 63,64

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Test Individually complete the multiple choice  questionnaire in back Section of Manual p. 60 Insert

Summary

A hazard  has the potential to cause harm, ill health or injury, or damage to
A hazard
has the potential to cause harm, ill health
or injury, or damage to property, plant or
the environment
can often be considered as stored energy
A threat
is the means by which a hazard may be
released and must be controlled to prevent
an unwanted event
Controls must be implemented consistently
with the Hierarchy of Control

Title :

Managing Hazards

By :

John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

Location :

Corporate HSER Dept

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Summary A hazard  has the potential to cause harm, ill health or injury, or damage

What comes next

Summary Incident Reporting & Analysis   All employees Job Hazard Analysis   All employees
Summary Incident Reporting & Analysis
All employees
Job Hazard Analysis
All employees who are engaged in operating or maintaining
Woodside assets both permanent and fixed term contractors
/consultants.

Title :

Managing Hazards

By :

John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

Location :

Corporate HSER Dept

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What comes next Summary Incident Reporting & Analysis   All employees Job Hazard Analysis 

Job Hazard Analysis

What is it?  a formal planning process to identify hazards  associated with SELECTED tasks
What is it?
a formal planning process to identify hazards
associated with SELECTED tasks before
starting work.
How is it done?
By Direct Observation
By Recall And Check
By Group Discussion

Title :

Managing Hazards

By :

John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

Location :

Corporate HSER Dept

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Job Hazard Analysis What is it?  a formal planning process to identify hazards  associated
5 5
5
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Stepback 5 x 5

What is it?  an informal personal planning process to  identify hazards associated with ALL
What is it?
an informal personal planning process to
identify hazards associated with ALL tasks
before starting work.
How is it done?
‘ENGAGE THE MIND BEFORE THE HANDS’ by:
  • Stepping back 5 paces from the job

  • Spending 5 minutes to think through the job and identify & control hazards before starting

Title :

Managing Hazards

By :

John Sharp

Date :

December 11, 2017

Location :

Corporate HSER Dept

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5 5 Stepback 5 x 5 What is it?  an informal personal planning process to

Further help

Corporate H.S.E.R. Dept  H.S.E.R. Intranet   http://wow.woodside.com.au/divisions/hse/index.htm Worksafe WA (Safetyline) on the Internet 
Corporate H.S.E.R. Dept
H.S.E.R. Intranet
http://wow.woodside.com.au/divisions/hse/index.htm
Worksafe WA (Safetyline) on the Internet
http://www1.safetyline.wa.gov.au/
Work Health Authority NT on the Internet
http://www1.taunet.net.au/wha/legislation.htm
Remember ThinkSafe S.A.M.
Title :
Managing Hazards
By :
Date :
John Sharp
December 11, 2017
Location :
Corporate HSER Dept
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