Hazards, recognition, analysis, then prioritisation of these problems identified and finally risk association ( determination, evaluation, qualification, quantification) and mitigating actions is the chronological sequence presented in such training.
- Question posted is: What percentage of your well's organisation has had hazard/ risk management training?
Because this is what management talks about and wants us to address much of the time.
Note: On recent studies I have been conducting, the evident facts appear to be that less than 3% of drilling engineers / supervisors have actually had any formal hazard and risk management training.
And we wonder why things go wrong?
Additional notes from moderator:
- Is this kind of training mandatory in your organisation, as part of competence assurance?
- If not, why not?!
- What effect does it have on your company's insurance premiums?
- Do you have internal groups that train (peer-to-peer) or is this training acquired externally?
- What recomendations do you have to ensure that personnel in any organisation are properly equipped to identify, mitigate and communicate risks and hazards?