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Issue 386 - 5 December 2013

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Industry News
Death toll climbs again
Legal loophole quashed
Unions reject Qld's WHS changes
Australia can do better
Comcare moratorium lifted
Training News
Commonwealth HSR Bridging Course
NSCA Announcements
Member Alert
New QLD Workers' Comp Regulator
Managing Process Safety 2014
Worker Fatalities Update
NEW Broadacre Farm Safety Guide
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MPS 2014: Managing Process Safety

10% discount for NSCA members on the standard delegate ticket price

2 day Training workshop focusing on Process Safety Management Best Practices.

Melbourne: 3rd and 4th March 2014
Brisbane: 5th and 6th March 2014

Process Safety Management clearly is an essential tool to disastrous incident prevention but by itself is not enough for reliable disastrous incident prevention. By reinforcing and developing the critical leadership behaviours that drive anticipation, inquiry, execution and resilience, MPS 2014 will help create a culture that supports and sustains Process Safety excellence.

PROJECTON's MPS 2014 training workshop combines theory, interactive case studies, team exercises and capability assessments to provide you the knowledge of Process Safety Management Best Practices and a deep understanding of what skills, techniques and processes are needed to mitigate future hazards.

Benefits of attending MPS 2014 training:

  • Review your current Process Safety Management systems and benchmark against industry best practices
  • Discuss the lessons learnt from past Process Safety incidents and its implications in mitigating future events
  • Develop an in-depth understanding of Process Safety metrics and indicators
  • Analyse the Process Safety and Hazard prevention models
  • Understand Cognitive Bias in Process Safety Management
  • Advance your Process Safety culture and leadership

Key Content Areas:

  • Process Safety concepts for - causation, prevention, measurement
  • Recognising and managing change in Process Safety and Risk management
  • Applying change management concepts to Process Safety
  • Improving Process Safety performance in your organisation
  • Assisting and enlisting support from senior managers in improving Process Safety

For more information on MPS 2014 training workshop or to register please call +61 2 8299 7100 or email

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