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Principles of Prevention of Loss and Control Management

Course Objectives

The objective of the course is to provide awareness training and knowledge on the importance of occupational safety and health care needed at the workplace to ensure the wellbeing of employees, families and communities, which related to:
• Identify losses & costs from accident
• Understand the principle of accident prevention management
• Induce self-regulation to control & reduce accident rate

Target Group

All industries which related to occupational safety and health (OSH) in the workplace

Well suited to practitioners, employers and employees who are directly involved in the field of occupational safety and health, as well as those who are interested in improving occupational safety and health at the workplace

Course Contents

1.0 Introduction

1.1 What is “Loss”
1.2 What is characteristics of loss?
1.3 What is “Accident”?
1.4 Concerning Accident

2.0 Theory dan Model of accident causes

2.1 Causes theory & Heinrich, 1930an
2.2 Theory of loss causes Bird dan Loftus, 1976
2.3 Multiple causes theory
2.4 Accident investigation model Kjellen & Larsson, 1981
2.5 Hazard Control Model Dawson, Poynter & Stevens, 1983
2.6 Safety Behaviour Model Dedobbeleer , 1985
2.7 Four Stage System Model LaFlamme, 1990

3.0 Accident Ratio Study

3.1 Tye-Pearson Triangle
3.2 Details of Tye-Pearson Triangle
3.3 WHEN will losses be obvious. ?
3.4 HOW to control / manage lossesl

4.0 Cost of Accident

4.1 Cost of Accident is like an “ICEBERG”
4.2 Cost of Accident Prevention
4.3 Similarity of Cost Loss Empirical

5.0 Role of Management and Self-regulations

5.1 Inadequate management control.
5.2 Resources requirements
5.3 OSH Management System
5.4 Priciple of Loss Management Control
5.5 Component of Loss Management Control.
5.6 Self-regulations in Loss Management Control

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