Workshops

  • HIRARC Workshop
  • Incident Investigation Workshop

Introduction

This workshop is aimed at developing detailed HIRARC to assist industry in creating a very detail HIRARC which eventually will promote and create preventive safety culture at workplace. 

 

Why HIRARC?

Refer to Guideline for HIRARC Ref: JKKP DP 127/789/4-47.

is to provide a systematic and objective approach to assessing hazards and their associated risks that will provide an objective measure of an identified hazard as well as provide a method to control the risk. It is one of the general duties as prescribed under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 (Act 514) for the employer to provide a safe workplaces to their employees and other related person.

Hence, HIRARC is a structured register to identify and assess hazards, and the risks that they pose to people, the environment, assets or reputation. The reality of risks is that they are often very complex and hard to understand. It can be a challenge to see the bigger picture through the maze of safety studies that are conducted.

 

Involvement

This is joint effort with the the involvement of officers from DOSH, CIDB, PERKESO, etc.         

       

Facilitation

The workshop will be faciltated by industrial expert with more than 25 years of work experience in construction and Oil & Gas industry throughout the brainstorming and group exercise sessions in the development of the HIRARC with the used of software tools.

Note:

A copy of completed / detailed HIRARC diagram will be given to every participants in the form of tabulation (Excel file) for implementation at workplace. Strictly NO copy & paste allowed as company list who attended the workshop will recorded and shared with the DOSH officers as evidence of the company's involvement and commitment towards safety at workplace.

 

Course Content

1 - Theory of Risk Management & importance of HIRARC

2 - Understanding Top Event, Threats, Consequences, Barriers, Recovery Measures and Ecsalation factors.

3 - Identification of Threat Barriers

4 - Identification of Recovery Measures

5 - Generation of report for implementation at workplace.

Introduction

This workshop aimed at sharing of past incidents among the industries' safety practitioner. The lessons learned will shared so that improvements can be made to their management system in creating a safer workplace.

 

Why Investigate?

Refer to Guidelines on Notification of Accident, Dangerous Occurrence, Occupational Poisoning and Occupational Disease -  Regulations 2004. (NADOPOD).

 

"The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1994 (Act 514) Section 32 requires an employer to notify to the nearest DOSH office of any accident, dangerous occurrence, occupational poisoning and occupational disease that has occurred in the place of work. The Act also stipulates every registered medical practitioner or medical officer attending to, or called in to visit, a patient whom he believes to be suffering from an occupational disease or poisoning to report the matter to the Director General"

 

Involvement

This is joint effort with the the involvement of officers from DOSH, CIDB, PERKESO, etc.  

                

Facilitation

The workshop will be faciltated by industrial expert with more than 25 years of work experience in construction and Oil & Gas industry throughout the brainstorming and group exercise sessions in the incident investigation with the aid of software tools. Facilitator are also certified trainer for Tripod Beta approved by Energy Institute UK and Tripod Foundation from The Netherlands. DOSH, CIDB and PERKESO officers will also be involved throughout the 2 days workshop.

Note : 

A copy of completed incident analysis diagram and report will be generated and given to every participants. The findings can then be incorporated into the HIRARC diagram as part of the enhancement program.  Strictly NO copy & paste allowed as company list who attended the workshop will recorded and shared with the DOSH State Directors as evidence of the company's involvement and commitment towards safety at workplace.

 

Course content:

1 - Understanding the Loss Causation Model, why investigate and various theory in incident investigation.

2 - The difference between the various analysis tools used in incident investigation.

3 - Introduction to Tripod Beta and Tripod Trios.

4 - Identifying failed and missing barriers.

5 - Describing causation path - Immediate cause, Precondition and Underlying causes

6 - Development of Tripod Beta incident analysis - Tripod Trio, Barriers, Causation Path and Basic Risk Factors (BRF).

7 - Generation of incident report.