Standard Work documents assist organisations to build a Healthy and Safe workplace whilst also factoring Quality, Delivery and Cost considerations into how tasks are performed.
Our Standard Work training provides document authors, reviewers, content owners and approvers with the background knowledge and practical applied skills to successfully write good Standard Work documents.
You will learn about the following issues:
Section 1 – Introduction and Overview
Section 2 – Types of Standard Work Documents
- Policy, Standard and Specification
- Work Practices & Audit Checklists
Section 3 – Responsibilities for Document Creation
- Author (“Originator”)
- Content Owner (“Technical Authority”)
- Approval Authority
Section 4 – Required Document Format
- General Formatting Requirements
Section 5 – Required Document Contents
- Key Identification Requirements
- Cover Page Requirements
- Table of Contents (ToC)
- Purpose & Scope
- Document Definitions of Key Words – Shall, Should & May
- Abbreviations & Acronyms
- Referenced Documents
- Requirement for Continuous Improvement
- Deviations Control
- Golden Safety Rules
- Mandatory HSE Controls
- Pre-requisite Equipment and Personnel
- Procedural or Guideline Content
Section 6 – Document Writing Process
- Task Analysis – Apply Hazard & Risk Management Process
- Assess Quality of Controls.
- Ensure Risk is reduced to ALARP
Section 7 – Document Review & Approval Process
Section 8 – Creating Audit Checklists
Section 9 – Creating Standard Work Instructions
Section 10 – Writing Tips for New Authors
Your Trainer Dr G Marshall PhD, M.Psych, RABQSA
Graham is an internationally respected Human Factors Risk Management expert of some 25-years standing.
During his extensive career, he has consulted widely and provided training solutions to Shell, BP, Woodside, Santos, and Hess Corporation.
Procedure-writing Authors, Reviewers, Content Specialists and Approval Authorities Process Improvement Specialists; LEAN Advisors; and EHS Professionals.
A certificate of participation will be emailed at the end of the course.
If you have six (6) or more participants, this course can be presented at your workplace.