E.S.M. delivers training in all Australian states and territories,  both independently and on behalf of Engineering Education Australia (EEA).  We offer a range of training courses: off-the-shelf and ready-to-go or tailored to suit your business needs.

Training courses offered by E.S.M. include:   

  • Implementing Safety in Design (1-day) 
  • Safety in Design: Legislation and Duties of Designers (Half-Day)  
  • Safety in Design (SiD) Review Workshop  Facilitation (2-Day)
  • Determining what is Reasonably Practicable (1 hour)
  • Implementing Safety in Design in the Engineering Lifecycle (1 hour)

E.S.M. also offers bespoke training courses as well as coaching and mentoring, tailored to client needs in the following areas: 

  • Functional Safety  
  • Systems Engineering  
  • Specific Safety in Design activities, i.e. SiD Impact Assessment, SiD Planning, SiD Review Participation

Implementing Safety in Design                                   

DURATION: 1 DAY

E.S.M.’s most popular training course is the one-day Implementing Safety in Design.    

In this course, participants learn how to implement Safety in Design (SiD) in a practical way throughout the end-to-end engineering lifecycle. 

The tools and techniques covered in this course provide the means to meet the duties of designers and obligations under related legislation (i.e. harmonised WHS and OH&S in VIC and WA). 

Participants learn how to systematically identify and manage hazards throughout the lifecycle of assets (or systems, plant, structures, components, places of work) to help ensure that they are designed, safe so far as is reasonably practicable (SFAIRP), to build, commission, operate, maintain and demolish. 

Participants get to apply and reinforce their knowledge through the use of case studies.

Booking via Engineering Education Australia

https://www.eeaust.com.au/courses/implementing-safety-in-design-detail

Safety in Design Review Workshop: Facilitation  

DURATION: 2 DAYS

A Safety in Design (SiD) Review is a consultative workshop used to systematically identify hazards through the analysis of assets at each life cycle phase. A reasonably practicable decision-making process as well as the Hierarchy of Controls is applied to determine appropriate control measures.   

This two-day training course gives participants the skills and confidence to plan, organise and facilitate a Safety in Design (SiD) Review Workshop.  

Our Clients use this course to develop an internal resource (or resource group) to independently run efficient and successful in-house SiD Review Workshops.

Safety in Design: Legislation and Duties of Designers  

DURATION: HALF DAY, 4 HOURS

This half-day (four hour) course provides engineers, designers and project managers with an overview of their legal obligations related to safety in design.  

Course content is tailored to the specific legislation of the State or territory in which the training is being delivered.  

Participants learn about their legal obligations related to: hazard identification and management throughout the engineering lifecycle, determining what is “reasonably practicable”, design deliverables and information transfer.  

This can be a stand-alone course or serve as a precursor to the more detailed Implementing Safety in Design, 1-Day course.

Webinars delivered through Engineering Education Australia (EEA).

DURATION: 1 HOUR

Note: webinars are standalone, seperate sessions.

Implementing Safety in Design in the Engineering Lifecycle

An engineering design lifecycle applies whether the design is new work or modifications to an existing design, regardless of the scale. This lifecycle must also include activities to manage the safety of the asset.

This webinar presents the fundamental Safety in Design (SiD) steps that should be integrated into the engineering design lifecycle. It also explores an approach to scale the work required for each step, according to the scope, scale, complexity and risk associated with the design.

https://www.eeaust.com.au/tailored-training/implementing-safety-in-design-determining-what-is-reasonably-practicable-detail

Determining what is Reasonably Practicable  

For engineers or others making design decisions, this course steps through the process of determining whether a hazard control is reasonably practicable, in the context of the legal definition of reasonably practicable (or ‘reasonable’ in WA)

This webinar helps engineers to make defensible decisions and hence have confidence that designs will be safe, so far as is reasonably practicable and withstand Inquiry.

Webinars can be booked via Engineering Education Australia

Booking via Engineering Education Australia

https://www.eeaust.com.au/courses/project-construction-management/implementing-safety-in-design-in-the-engineering-lifecycle-detail

Contact Us

Contact us to book a course, check availability or discuss customisation of a training course to suit your needs.

New courses are constantly in development. Contact us if you wish to be alerted to new courses as they become available.