Work, Health and Safety (WHS) legislation requires engineers and designers to consider the hazards presented throughout the entire life of an asset to ensure ‘so far as is reasonably practicable’ that it is safe to build, install, test, commission, operate, maintain and demolish.
Engineers and designers have to determine what is Reasonably Practicable many times in their career, and in general it is not taught at university.
This session focuses on the process of determining whether a hazard control is reasonably practicable, in the context of the legal definition, and how to apply it in practice.
This webinar was recorded and is available to watch soon through Engineers Australia’s online streaming platform, EA On Demand.
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- Understand the legal definition 'of what Is reasonably practicable' or 'reasonable' in WA legislation
- How to make decisions that are reasonably practicable
- Determine what is reasonably practicable
- Make defensible decisions that will withstand Inquiry
- Comply with organisational legal requirements such as a PCBU, Company or Body Corporate
Is this course for you?
This webinar is ideal for engineers and related professionals with 5 - 10 years experience across all disciplines and industries. Roles include:
- Project managers
- Engineering managers
- Subject Matter Experts
- Safety professionals
There are no prerequisites for this webinar.
Mike Hurd is the founder of Engineering. Systems. Management. His 30 years' experience includes working with high-integrity systems such as nuclear plants, submarines, rail signalling and control, and electricity transmission and distribution networks.
A leader in safe design, Mike has developed processes, templates and training to improve systems and processes in engineering organisations. His teaching greatly benefits from his extensive experience applying safety in design and working with tools that promote safe outcomes.
In 2013 Mike founded the Engineers Australia's Engineered Safety Group in South Australia. This committee brings together safety professionals to promote safety in the engineering lifecycle.
Delivered via Webinar
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Webinar platform - Zoom
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