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SCIC Safety Case Practitioners Workshop (For August Session) REGISTRATION CLOSED

From August 15, 2017 09:00 until August 30, 2017 05:00

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SCIC Safety Case Practitioners Workshop

Introduction

The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has gazetted the Workplace Safety and Health (Major Hazard Installations) Regulations on 2 May 2017 (http://www.egazette.com.sg/gazetteViewDetail.aspx?ct=sls&subscriber=0) which requires facilities that are classified as Major Hazard Installations (MHIs) to develop and implement the Safety Cases.

A Safety Case is a written presentation of the hazards and risks that may lead to a major accident at an MHI and the technical, management and operational measures in place to control risks arising from major accident hazards.

MHIs are required to demonstrate through their Safety Case that a systematic process is in place to identify and implement safety measures on-site so that risks arising from major accident hazards are effectively reduced to As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP).

Led by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) with support from the National Environment Agency (NEA) and Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF), the Major Hazards Department (MHD) formed is the single regulatory body for all Safety Case matters related to MHIs.

Workshop Objectives

The 4-day workshop is aimed at helping participants to acquire the skills and knowledge required to support the implementation of the Safety Case regime in their respective companies.

Highlights of the workshop include:

  • Training content of the workshop has been reviewed by the SCIC members of theGovernment-Industry JWG, who were involved in the development the Safety Case Technical and Assessment Guidance. This ensures that the training course meets the local requirements for Singapore is aligned to the CDA.
  • Case studies, assignments and group discussions have been incorporated to enhance participants’ understanding of the technical requirements, facilitate learning and provide practical application of the course to assist participants prepare for their Safety Case development.

Any feedback discussions from the participants on issues and concerns related to the implementation of the Safety Case regime by MHIs during the training sessions will be collated by SCIC. These would be provided as inputs for further discussion at the MHI Strategic Committee (a government-industry committee formed to provide strategic direction and guidance to support the successful implementation of Safety Case regime).

Administrative Details

Details of the sessions of the 4-days Safety Case Practitioners Workshop to be held from April to September 2017:

(Note: Participant is required to attend the entire 4-days of training in the respective workshop registered)

Note: The Safety Case Practitioners Workshop aims to build capability in MHIs and will focus only on organisations that store, process or handle dangerous substances. 

 April Session (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

Day-1 Day-2 Day-3 Day-4
4 Apr 2017 (Tue) 5 Apr 2017 (Wed) 25 Apr 2017(Tue) 26 Apr 2017(Wed)

May Session (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

Day-1 Day-2 Day-3 Day-4
8 May 2017 (Mon) 9 May 2017 (Tue) 23 May 2017(Tue) 24 May 2017(Wed)

June Session (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

Day-1 Day-2 Day-3 Day-4
6 June 2017 (Tue) 7 June 2017 (Wed) 22 June 2017(Thu) 23 June 2017(Fri)

June/July Session (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

Day-1 Day-2 Day-3 Day-4
27 June 2017 (Tue) 28 June 2017 (Wed) 18 July 2017(Tue) 19 July 2017(Wed)

August Session (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

Day-1 Day-2 Day-3 Day-4
15 Aug 2017 (Tue) 16 Aug 2017 (Wed) 29 Aug 2017(Tue) 30 Aug 2017(Wed)

September Session (REGISTRATION OPEN)

Day-1 Day-2 Day-3 Day-4
12 Sep 2017 (Tue) 13 Sep 2017(Wed) 26 Sep 2017(Tue) 27 Sep 2017(Wed)

Note: Registration would be on a first-come-first serve basis 

SDU Points

The SCIC Safety Case Practitioner Workshop is awarded with 24 SDU points under the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme for Registered Workplace Safety & Health Officers.

How to Register

Registration Fee (inclusive of GST): $1,498 per participant

** Note: There have been some adjustments to funding support to SCIC for the workshops. Hence, registration fee for the workshops have been adjusted accordingly starting from April session.

Fee is inclusive of the training materials, lunches and tea-breaks for the 4-days training.

Participants are required to complete the online registration form via www.scic.sg. A confirmation email will be sent to you upon receiving your registration. Should you require further assistance, please contact the SCIC Secretariat office at 6267 8891 or email us at secretariat@scic.sg.

Note: Registration would be on a first-come-first serve basis 

Note: The Safety Case Practitioners Workshop aims to build capability in MHIs and will give priority consideration to organisations that store, process or handle dangerous substances. 

2017-08-15 09:00:00
2017-08-30 05:00:00