Safety Management Training
& PSM Compliance Training
Protect your people from harm with Safety Management and Process Safety Management Training from RedVector. Our online training aids industrial organizations and their work teams in furthering their safety culture and improving compliance.
Identify, Assess and Control Hazards with Safety Management Training
Safety management means making your safety efforts forward-thinking. Traditional safety management efforts, on the other hand, often look only at incidents, meaning they’re backward-focused and reactive.
Safety Management Topics Include:
- Barrier Analysis
- Change Analysis
- Events and Causal Factors Analysis
- Medical and Exposure Records Access
- Root Causes of Human Behavior
- Task Analysis
- Emergency Action Plans
- Floor and Walkway Safety and Auditing
- Hot Work Permit
- Incident Investigation
- Industrial Hygiene Basics
- Job Hazard Analysis
- Near Miss Best Practices
- OSHA Recordkeeping
- Root Cause Analysis
- Safety Inspections and Observations
Realize the Direct and Indirect Benefits of a Safety Management Program
Finding and fixing hazards before they cause injury or illness is the most effective approach to safety. Doing so avoids the direct and indirect costs of worker injuries and illnesses and promotes a positive work environment. RedVector's safety management courses immerse learners in virtual scenarios using powerful animation and models.
Process Safety Management (PSM) Training
PSM refers to a set of interrelated approaches to manage hazards associated with the process industries and is intended to reduce the frequency and severity of incidents resulting from releases of chemicals and other energy sources. These standards are composed of organizational and operational procedures, design guidance, audit programs, and a host of other methods.
A comprehensive PSM program to identify, assess and control facility hazards, including fires, explosions and the release of highly hazardous chemicals is crucial to any industrial organization’s safety plan. With RedVector’s online PSM training, learners will gain important information about the elements most frequently cited by OSHA, as well as topics like emergency planning and response, mechanical integrity and management of change.
PSM Training Topics Include:
Overview and Auditing
Process Safety Information
Process Hazard Analysis
Management of Change
Pre-Startup Safety Review
Hot Work Permits
Emergency Planning & Resource