Archive - 2011

Archive - 2011

December 2011

RRC in Bahrain

PR Training The first course for supervisors in Bahrain has just been successfully completed by 13 first-line supervisors from Gulf Petrochemical Industrial Complex (GPIC).
The safety practitioner course, run by RRC Middle East, trained supervisors from all disciplines within GPIC to enable them to understand and practise their responsibilities as required by Bahrain Labour Law and the company’s internal health and safety management system.
Hasan Alaradi, MD of RRC Middle East, explained: “A culture of ‘not my responsibility’ towards health and safety was obvious among line supervisors, even though they had the best policies and procedures in place. Supervisors needed to become more active and have a key role in the implementation of these policies and procedures.”
The course, which incorporated the NEBOSH Award in Health and Safety at Work syllabus, included classroom theory combined with practical accident investigation and risk assessment exercises.
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Source: Industrial Plant & Equipment

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