SEMS II (OSHA) - Digital LearningDownload as PDF
SEMS II (OSHA) - Digital Learning
LO1: Explain the governing bodies behind Safety And Environmental Management Systems and which businesses need to have one
LO2: Identify the General Management Program Principles
LO3: Explain safety and environmental information
LO4: Describe the purpose of hazards analysis
LO5: Explain the requirements for management of change and operating procedures
LO6: Identify the requirements for safe working practices and training under SEMs
LO7: Outline the importance of quality assurance and mechanical integrity and pre-start up reviews
LO8: Describe the purpose of an Emergency Response and Control Plan and incident investigation
LO9: Outline the steps of an audit program and importance of documentation and recordkeeping
Oil & Gas Industry
No prerequisites are required to sit this course.
The assessment is taken during the course and is within the expected duration.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is an agency of the United States Department of Labour.
In this course you will learn about Safety and Environmental Management Systems (SEMs), including governing bodies and General Management Program Principles. You will be able to explain safety and environmental information and explain the purpose of hazard analysis. You will be able to explain management for change and operating procedures. You will be able to identify the requirements for safe working practices and training, and be able to outline the importance of quality assurance, mechanical integrity and pre-start up reviews. You will also be able to describe the purpose of an Emergency Response and Control Plan and incident investigation, and outline the steps of an audit program.
- Oil & Gas
- Other Industries