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Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 4:25pm On Apr 28
Erums:



Does having QMS give an edge over Pure HSE practitioner.. Like in the case, organization needs Qhse. Practitioner?

No bro...QMS is restricted to streamlining the processes of the organisation and asking your safety team to handle such would be overkill especially for complex organisations or large organisations.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Erums(m): 4:41pm On Apr 28
BruncleZuma:


No bro...QMS is restricted to streamlining the processes of the organisation and asking your safety team to handle such would be overkill especially for complex organisations or large organisations.

More confused... As hse practioners, don't you think we can have an edge in the industries if we have qms in the bag.. Wouldn't it increase the market value and chances of job competition?
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 6:08pm On Apr 28
Erums:


More confused... As hse practioners, don't you think we can have an edge in the industries if we have qms in the bag.. Wouldn't it increase the market value and chances of job competition?

Specialising in ensuring the safety and health of your workers, assets, the environment, the reputation of your organisation is your primary goal. The organisation can decide to give you additional roles that may not be the case for your next position down the line.

An example if I was interviewing you for a job I'd not ask about QMS but OHSMS.

QHSE is not a universal role as such nomenclature is organisation and location specific.

HSSE(Mostly companies in areas with security challenges), OHS(US and Canada), EHS(Canadian/US based companies, HES (Occidental), RTO (Transocean), WHS(Australia and New Zealand, OHSE(Middle East).

The smaller the company, the more roles you are expected to perform hence the QHSE. Some organisations go as far as recruiting nurses to be HSE personnel as well as medics. Which may not be applicable in other organisations.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Erums(m): 6:37pm On Apr 28
BruncleZuma:


Specialising in ensuring the safety and health of your workers, assets, the environment, the reputation of your organisation is your primary goal. The organisation can decide to give you additional roles that may not be the case for your next position down the line.

An example if I was interviewing you for a job I'd not ask about QMS but OHSMS.

QHSE is not a universal role as such nomenclature is organisation and location specific.

HSSE(Mostly companies in areas with security challenges), OHS(US and Canada), EHS(Canadian/US based companies, HES (Occidental), RTO (Transocean), WHS(Australia and New Zealand, OHSE(Middle East).

The smaller the company, the more roles you are expected to perform hence the QHSE. Some organisations go as far as recruiting nurses to be HSE personnel as well as medics. Which may not be applicable in other organisations.


Alright, thanks.. Well appreciated detailed explanation... Please can I have your contacts... Or maybe jion a group you are.. I love to hear much from people like you.. Pls consider...
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 6:55pm On Apr 28
Erums:



Alright, thanks.. Well appreciated detailed explanation... Please can I have your contacts... Or maybe jion a group you are.. I love to hear much from people like you.. Pls consider...

I don't have a group I believe there was one that was started by the progenitors of this thread. Do browse through them. You can hit me up on my email from my NL profile and I'll try to answer any OHS related question and research on anyone I have limited knowledge on. Was great conversing with you.

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Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Erums(m): 6:58pm On Apr 28
BruncleZuma:


I don't have a group I believe there was one that was started by the progenitors of this thread. Do browse through them. You can hit me up on my email from my NL profile and I'll try to answer any OHS related question and research on anyone I have limited knowledge on. Was great conversing with you.

Cheers... Big ups
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Haggin: 4:49pm On Apr 30
As a Petroleum Engineering graduate, Do l need to go through HSE 1,2 and Advanced HSE?
Or should l go for Advanced HSE?
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 5:36pm On Apr 30
Haggin:
As a Petroleum Engineering graduate, Do l need to go through HSE 1,2 and Advanced HSE?
Or should l go for Advanced HSE?

Do you mean the ISPON certified courses or the externally certified courses?
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Haggin: 1:33pm On May 02
BruncleZuma:


Do you mean the ISPON certified courses or the externally certified courses?

ISPON certified course
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 1:48pm On May 02
Haggin:


ISPON certified course

You should follow the track from Level 1 to Advanced; this would help you collate knowledge on a stepped basis and help you understand more advanced and technical courses that you may encounter in a formative manner. This is so because your degree in Petroleum Engineering though it helps you understand your work environment (petroleum industries) better may not be the right right underpinning knowledge you'd need for a generalist course/career.

Just like walking you'd have to crawl first.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by allen4fred: 11:46am On May 03
Good day guys. I am a graduate of Environmental biology and i'll like to venture into the health part of the HSE program but i'm a newbie and i don't know how to go about it. Please i'll love contributions from professionals in the field.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 12:19pm On May 03
allen4fred:
Good day guys. I am a graduate of Environmental biology and i'll like to venture into the health part of the HSE program but i'm a newbie and i don't know how to go about it.

Please i'll love contributions from professionals in the field.

The health portion of HSE deals with occupational health, industrial hygiene and ergonomics; currently this can be achieved by combining certificate courses in hygiene, environmental health, human factors and occupational nursing which could be tricky to achieve as a complete course. You should also look for health risk assessment courses and 'return to work' courses.

You should look for courses from the following organisations.

CIEH - Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (UK)
AIHA - American Industrial Hygiene Association

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Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by allen4fred: 2:17pm On May 03
Thanks brunclezuma. I'm currently taking time to read the whole thread from page 1 and i've been able to get some insights. I don't know if we can talk better on phone or through email. My mail is ologunalfred@gmail.com
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 3:48pm On May 03
allen4fred:
Thanks brunclezuma. I'm currently taking time to read the whole thread from page 1 and i've been able to get some insights. I don't know if we can talk better on phone or through email. My mail is ologunalfred@gmail.com
You can hit me up on the email user button on my profile...#peace
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by seladaglobal: 12:34pm On Jun 05
I would like your insight on some things.
I have a BS.c(Hons) in Physics.
Over 8 years experience in Commercial Plumbing Engineering.
I have an HSE 1,2,3 certification.
I am planning to get a Masters degree and some Professional certifications to boost my CV.
What i am confused about is whether I should further in CONSTRUCTION or OIL AND GAS.
And what are the courses I can do so that I won't waste money on courses that might not be relevant.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by sammyuche(m): 2:21pm On Jun 07
Good afternoon guys. Pls how relevant are these courses and how helpful are they to a medical doctor. And please are there any advanced courses in these?? Please
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by jaycpu(m): 9:07am On Jun 17
Hello every1, am a corp member and would like to start my journey into hse certification, since they give discount to corpers and more, please i would like some advice on recognized bodies in Nigeria whr i can start . Thank you
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by micxwell(m): 1:00pm On Jul 02
seladaglobal:
I would like your insight on some things.
I have a BS.c(Hons) in Physics.
Over 8 years experience in Commercial Plumbing Engineering.
I have an HSE 1,2,3 certification.
I am planning to get a Masters degree and some Professional certifications to boost my CV.
What i am confused about is whether I should further in CONSTRUCTION or OIL AND GAS.
And what are the courses I can do so that I won't waste money on courses that might not be relevant.
Why not construction sir. You can't downplay construction particularly general maintenance and repairs when it comes to oil and gas. Your masters will speak for you in that regard. For construction, you only need the experience in oil and gas particularly and you'll be fine. But if you intend to dabble into instrumentation for instance say like tube bending and general aspect of piping and pipe fabrication, an oil and gas focused course will do you much good.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by micxwell(m): 1:09pm On Jul 02
jaycpu:
Hello every1, am a corp member and would like to start my journey into hse certification, since they give discount to corpers and more, please i would like some advice on recognized bodies in Nigeria whr i can start . Thank you
Bro, start with ISPON. I doubt if they give discount to corp members though. You'll need about 47k for General HSE and 27k for HSE Level 3. I'm a member of ISPON, Oyo State branch. And less I forget. Start networking just to see if you can at least get a small organization where you can learn the basics experience wise. Take care.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by micxwell(m): 11:08pm On Jul 02
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Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Ojiety: 11:07pm On Jul 05
07032074823 add me on HSE
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Ladybird007: 11:52pm On Jul 05
This thread have been so helpful. Please i need a place for intern or volunteering..or someone to tag along with, so i can gather more experience.
jennyfire007@gmail.com.
I am in lekki Lagos Nigrria
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by kunlesmiles(m): 7:20am On Jul 08
Good morning guys, I just completed my M. Sc in industrial chemistry, and thinking of taking up a career in HSE, please guys which of the courses can I go for?.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 5:16pm On Jul 08
kunlesmiles:
Good morning guys, I just completed my M. Sc in industrial chemistry, and thinking of taking up a career in HSE, please guys which of the courses can I go for?.

Egbon Kunle, just kukuma find a process safety course to try your teeth on. Your academic background is best suited for that.

HAZID - Course
HAZAN - Course
HAZOPs - Course

Shell Fred (Software)
Safeti (Software)
PHAST (Software)

Research on these later and see which will be softer on your to acquire first.

For starters try the NEBOSH Award if you are cash-strapped or go the ISPON.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 5:17pm On Jul 08
Ladybird007:
This thread have been so helpful. Please i need a place for intern or volunteering..or someone to tag along with, so i can gather more experience.
jennyfire007@gmail.com.
I am in lekki Lagos Nigrria

I will be mentioning your moniker as I come across them.

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Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 5:17pm On Jul 08
Ojiety:
07032074823 add me on HSE
I do not believe that group still exists.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 5:26pm On Jul 08
sammyuche:
Good afternoon guys. Pls how relevant are these courses and how helpful are they to a medical doctor. And please are there any advanced courses in these?? Please

Doc, as the popular saying goes, soup wen sweet nah money dey kill.

There are safety course ranging from 15k to 8million naira depending on how deep your pocket is.

Since you're already a medical professional I'd advise getting an Industrial Hygiene or Occupational Health qualification/course. It will compliment your pre-existing knowledge and expertise.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 5:28pm On Jul 08
seladaglobal:
I would like your insight on some things.
I have a BS.c(Hons) in Physics.
Over 8 years experience in Commercial Plumbing Engineering.
I have an HSE 1,2,3 certification.
I am planning to get a Masters degree and some Professional certifications to boost my CV.
What i am confused about is whether I should further in CONSTRUCTION or OIL AND GAS.
And what are the courses I can do so that I won't waste money on courses that might not be relevant.

I would advise against specialising especially given that these courses do not come cheap. You should focus on general safety courses that can be applied on any industry.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by kunlesmiles(m): 7:30pm On Jul 08
BruncleZuma:


Egbon Kunle, just kukuma find a process safety course to try your teeth on. Your academic background is best suited for that.

HAZID - Course
HAZAN - Course
HAZOPs - Course

Shell Fred (Software)
Safeti (Software)
PHAST (Software)

Research on these later and see which will be softer on your to acquire first.

For starters try the NEBOSH Award if you are cash-strapped or go the ISPON.
My chairman! Really appreciate your response sir.please can I have your whatsapp number ?.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 7:43pm On Jul 08
kunlesmiles:
My chairman! Really appreciate your response sir.please can I have your whatsapp number ?.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by erotji: 4:10am On Jul 09
Please I'll need assistance. I just finished my MSc in Environmental Geology. I'd have loved to do some of this courses but for now I'm not buoyant enough financially for some reasons.

I'd appreciate an internship or to volunteer in any organization. I'm in Port Harcourt. My email rotjiemmanuelp@gmail.com

Please help a brother find his way.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by BruncleZuma: 7:00am On Jul 09
erotji:
Please I'll need assistance. I just finished my MSc in Environmental Geology. I'd have loved to do some of this courses but for now I'm not buoyant enough financially for some reasons.

I'd appreciate an internship or to volunteer in any organization. I'm in Port Harcourt. My email rotjiemmanuelp@gmail.com

Please help a brother find his way.

I'll be on the lookout ...none of these is a concrete promise.

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