Health and Safety Courses for Graduation Engineers
(RIS(HKIE))Risk Assessment for Graduate Engineers

Professional engineers play an important role in occupational safety and health. Safe design and safe operation of engineering works not only prevents accidents but also increases productivity. This in turn strengthens the competitiveness of the organization. Engineers have the responsibility for safe operation and maintenance of the plant and equipment during production through the establishment of the risk assessment system. To enable engineers to fulfill these duties, they need to possess the technique of risk assessment and apply it on the implementation of the safe system of work. The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers recognises this situation and jointly organizes safety training courses with the Occupational Safety and Health Council for graduate engineers.

1. Hazard and risks
2. Hazard identification
3. Risk calculation and assessment
4. Acceptable level of risk
5. Elimination and reduction of risk
6. Techniques of risk assessment
7. Case studies: includes risk assessment in construction site, office, manual lifting and handling, use of dangerous substances, etc.
Duration (Hour): 12 hours
Instructor: Professional or OSHC consultant
Language: Cantonese supplemented with English notes
Prerequisites: Undergraduate engineers under the HKIE training scheme A
Remark: ● A joint OSHC & HKIE Certificate of 100% attendance will be issued for full attendance.
● Students who are absent from the class, late or leave earlier for more than 30 minutes in class will be regarded as absent for that session.

This course will be held from January to June each year.
Reserve online (If online enrollment quota is full or you would like to arrange in-house training course,
please contact 2311 3322/3106 2000.)
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