Course Description


21 hours (Three (3) days)



Process Engineers, Operation Engineers, Maintenance and Reliability Engineers, Safety and Risk Engineers, Maintenance and Operation Managers, Safety Officer, Safety Supervisor, Safety Managers, and Safety Practitioner.



Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals, Power Plant, Co-Generation Plant, Manufacturing, Construction and all industries that requires to adhere to safety and risk management requirement as per OSHA.



Not applicable



This course will help new supervisors gain a greater understanding of their responsibilities and obligations to provide physical resources and psychosocial support to ensure work areas are safe and healthful. This course emphasizes administering appropriate and effective accountability through the application of positive and negative consequences. Supervisors will also learn how to take advantage of “opportunities for safety leadership” on a daily basis.

This training is designed to help you fulfill your potential while enhancing the qualities of positive safety leadership in you and in your team. Programs focus on real-world effective leadership skills in areas such as hazard recognition, safety culture, key safety tasks for supervisors, human error, risk understanding, decision-making strategies, and more.

Employees are most productive in a workplace that is safe, healthy, and in a conducive environment. While it may not be possible to keep workplace injuries and illnesses at zero, it is possible to minimize them, and that is what safety leadership is all about.

As a safety leader, you will be expected to identify and control workplace hazards with the goal of achieving safety excellence. This can be done by implementing safety strategies which may include training workers, automating safety tasks, and performing periodic audits and inspections. You must remember to spend your time and effort wisely when it comes to implementing safety best practices. This will ensure that your entire staff has an understanding of the safety management processes in place. Productivity and employee morale will rise when the department is on the same page of workplace health and safety policies. Reinforcing this initiative – while providing constructive feedback – is one of the tasks of safety leadership.

Modules learnt in these three (3) Days will focus on the type of leadership and elements to become effective leader, understanding of responsibilities of identified personnel, accountability, management of hazards and management of incidents. Apart form that, it will give a thorough overview on the basic understanding risk management process, risk management tools, and elements in risk assessment including ALARP and Risk Control effectiveness. It will cover on the knowledge of risk and root causes from previous industrial accidents and basic knowledge of accident prevention theory.



The objective of this course will provide an understanding on leadership, its skills and elements for Safety Critical Roles. The course will provide the knowledge on type of leadership concepts such as Transaction Leadership, Transformational Leadership and Level 5 Leadership and how to communicate effectively as Leader in Safety Critical Roles.

Another objective of this course is to provide basic understanding on the risk management process and tools available to conduct risk management process. It will familiarize participants with risk management tools such as HIRARC, HAZOP, FAULT TREE ANALYSIS, EVENT TREE ANALYSIS, FMEA and BOWTIE and give understanding on the effective risk control by discussing on ALARP and Hieracrhy of Control in Risk Management process.



At the end of the course, the delegates will be able to: –

  • Define Leadership skills and elements for Safety Critical Roles
  • Define the elements in Leadership skills based on numbers of Leadership concepts such as Transactional Leadership, Transformational Leadership and Level 5 Leadership
  • Learn about how to communicate effectively as Leader in Safety Critical Roles
  • Define basic understanding of Risk Management Process and its tools
  • Understand on Risk Management concept



  • Lecture
  • Classroom discussions
  • Short video presentation
  • Case study



Safety Leadership

  • Definition of a Leader vs Manager
  • Leadership overview in Employer and Employee Responsibilities
  • Overview on HSE Management System – Leadership and Commitment
  • Important Elements in Leadership
  • Type of Leadership Concepts and its elements
  • Leadership in Identifying and Correcting Hazards
  • Leadership in Managing and Investigation Incident
  • Educating Safety through Training
  • Educating Safety Through Supervision
  • Leadership in Creating Culture of Continuous Improvement


Introduction to Risk Management

  • Risk Management concept
  • Risk Management Process
  • Risk Management Tools
  • FMEA


Risk Management Elements

  • Hazard, Risk, Consequences and Control Elements
  • Risk Assessment and Barrier Effectiveness
  • Hierarchy Control and ALARP
  • Hazardous Activity vs Critical Activities
  • Facilitating Risk Management Workshop Guide to Safety Practitioner