In addition to our extensive consultancy and testing services, HazRes is able to provide customers with short courses and training on various specialised topics. HazRes can conduct training courses at customer’s premises internationally. Alternatively, training can be provided as residential or non-residential courses at a number of locations in the UK and abroad, depending on the client requirements.
HazRes also offers a range of bespoke and in-house workshops to develop safety awareness and culture within organisations.
To give you an idea of the range of short courses created for HazRes’ clients, please find below a list of some of our most recent in-house courses HazRes has conducted:
- Risk Awareness Training Course (Length: 3 to 5 days, dependent on client’s requirements). The course gives attendees an overall fundamental basis on risk awareness and risk assessments and building on more detailed subjects such as Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) requirements, Functional Safety (BS EN 61508) and Safety Integrity Levels (SIL), Risk Matrices & Analysis, Consequence Analysis, Probability Calculations and Data Sources as well as Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA).
- DSEAR & Hazardous Area Classification (HAC) Training Course (Length: 3 to 5 days, depending on client’s requirements). This course provides the basic understanding of the importance of the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmosphere Regulations (DSEAR) 2002 and how to conduct Hazardous Area Classification work. The course builds on the fundamental principals of historic accidental explosions, the history of development and UK, European and International Legislation & Certification to provide a basis of conducting flammable gas and dust release rates & extent calculations, risk assessment techniques as well as to understand the main design and protection concepts & methodology for equipment.
- COMAH Awareness & Impact (Length: 1 to 2 days, depending on client’s requirements). This course provides a general background and introduction to what is required under the Control of Major Accident Hazard Regulations and their impact on your business. The course also introduces what your safety report requires you to demonstrate, the introduction of the Safety Report Assessment Manual (SRAM) and outlines what the Competent Authority (UK Health and Safety Executing & Environment Agency) generally tends to looks for and requires.
For more information on our future courses and training that we have to offer please contact HazRes on +44 (0) 845 838 2026 or send us a message using the form on the right.