Hazard Analysis & Risk Assessment Course # 502 (16 Hrs)
Hazard Analysis & Risk Assessment is a step-by-step assessment of an operation, procedure, or process for the purpose of identifying hazardous conditions, recommending control methods, and providing a way to define risk. It provides timely information to assist in the elimination or control of inherent and potential hazards.
Why Hazard Analysis And Risk Assessment Training?
- Create and maintain a safe environment in which to work.
- Identify and eliminate or control hazards in a timely manner.
- Instill a sense of safety conscientiousness.
- Meet employer obligations.
- Fulfill requirements in regulations, such as DOD 4145.26-M, AR 385-10, AMC-R 700-107, and OSHA CFR 29.
- Protect management and supervisory personnel from liability.
- Bottom line: Prevent accidents, incidents, and occurrences that might cause injury to personnel or damage to property.
Who Should be Trained in Hazard Analysis & Risk Assessment Methods?
- Anyone who writes, implements, uses, or manages Standing Operating Procedures applicable to hazardous operations, processes, procedures, or projects.
- Managers, supervisors, and employees that are responsible for conducting, writing, and using hazard analyses and risk assessments.
- Individuals whose normal duties require them to be cognizant of hazards and risk.
Hazard Analysis & Risk Assessment (Course # 502) is a 2-day treatment of hazard analysis and risk assessment methods. You may choose from three versions of this course. Each version is designed to address a different type of hazardous operation or mission. The three subject areas are:
- Hazard Analysis & Risk Assessment for Ammunition & Explosives Operations
- Rockets and Missiles
- Artillery and Small Arms
- Propellants and Pyrotechnics
- Demolition Operations
- Hazard Analysis & Risk Assessment for Chemical Operations
- Hazard Analysis & Risk Assessment for Miscellaneous Workplace Hazards
Each course includes group exercises that provide practical experience in conducting hazard analyses and risk assessments for typical hazardous operations. The courses meet the training requirements in AMC-R 700-107 and OSHA CFR 29,.
Course subjects are as follows:
- HA&RA - Essential Part of Safety
- Regulatory Requirements
- Hazard Analysis Working Group
- Hazard Analysis Objectives
- Steps in the Hazard Analysis Process
- Proper Approach to a Hazard Analysis
- Hazard Analysis Terms and Concepts
- Hazard Probability and Severity
- Order of Precedence for Hazard Control
- Hazard Control Methods
- Operating Conditions
- Identifying the Hazards
- Hazardous Substances and Materials
- Environmental Effects
- Hazardous Devices and Components
- Tools and Equipment
- Human Factors
- Tailoring Hazard Analysis for the Mission
- Preliminary Hazard Analysis
- System and Subsystem Hazard Analysis
- Fault Hazard Analysis
- Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis
- Fault Tree Analysis
- Operating Hazard Analysis
- Job Hazard Analysis
- OSHA Workplace Hazard Assessment
- Risk Assessment-Probability and Severity
- Risk Assessment Code (RAC) Matrix
- Risk Acceptance Decisions
- Decision Authority
- Waivers and Exemptions
- Risk Management
- Obstacles to Risk Management
- Implementing Corrective Actions
- Hazard Analysis, Risk Assessment, & SOP Development