OFFSHORE COURSES



COURSE DESCRIPTION:


This offshore survival training is targeted at personnel new to the offshore oil and gas industry. Our Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training (BOSIET) course lasts three days. Theory and practical sessions will give you a basic knowledge of safety and emergency response procedures, when working offshore and travelling via helicopter.



COURSE STRUCTURE:


Delegates will gain a basic level of understanding and awareness of the hazards encountered when working on offshore installations, and of the safety regime and safety management systems in place to control and mitigate those hazards. The course is a mix of theoretical and practical sessions, during which delegates will be required to demonstrate their level of knowledge and understanding of the training programme content.


COURSE CONTENT


  • Basic safety induction
  • Emergency Breathing Systems (EBS)
  • Fire fighting and self rescue
  • Helicopter safety and escape
  • Sea survival
  • Survival first aid


COURSE DESCRIPTION:


We have the expertise for all levels of assessment and training for a wide range of container handling equipment. From testing and evaluating new crane operator applicants, to basic skills training combined with theory handbook learning and monitored hands-on training. Experienced operators can refresh their skills or pass on their knowledge through our train-the-trainer programme.



COURSE OBJECTIVE:


This five day program covers the role and the responsibilities of the mobile crane operator. This seminar will get down to the basics of safe craning, covering various important topics such as proper machine set up, reading and understanding capacity charts, stability vs. structural competency, below the hook crane attachments, the importance of knowing the quadrant of operation, side loading, shock loading - all play a critical part in executing a safe lift. This program includes more detailed information required to successfully complete the written testing requirements for certification as a mobile crane operator.


COURSE CONTENT


  • Site Hazards and Restrictions
  • Site Access and Usability
  • Lift Plans
  • Hand Signals
  • Pre-Operational Inspection
  • Types of Cranes
  • Verifying the Weight of the Load

COURSE CONTENT

  • Operator Requirements According to Federal Regulations and Consensus Standards
  • Suitability and Quality of Supporting Surface
  • Proper Use of Mats, Cribbing, and Outriggers or Crawlers
  • Basic Load Rigging Procedures
  • Two-Blocking, Power Lines, Public Protection
  • Accidents and Causes
  • Proper Communication Between Work Crew
  • Load Control and Use of Tag Lines
  • Emergency Response Procedures
  • Transporting the Crane and its Components
  • Operating in Various Weather Conditions
  • Operator Aids
  • Shutdown
  • Information Documented on Operator’s Checklist
  • Load Chart Interpretation & Solving


COURSE DESCRIPTION:


This course in conducted in accordance with the STCW convention contain in part A of Ch-VII and MARPOL (73/78) contain in Annex III of the convention.



COURSE OBJECTIVE


This 1-day course will cover the basic requirements for shipping hazardous materials using 49 CFR (DOT) regulations. This certification workshop discusses the fundamentals of shipping hazardous materials and hazardous wastes, quantity exemptions and exceptions, and recent changes in the regulations. You will learn how to apply the rules to your materials. The course consists of engaging lecture, table-top exercises, and a series of review questions following each major topic. There is an exam administered at the end of the workshop.



COURSE CONTENT


  • Construction and use of the IMDG code.
  • Hazard classification based on UN criteria
  • Dangerous Goods List and Limited Quantities Expectation.
  • Packing and Tank Provisions
  • Consignment Procedures.
  • Dangerous Goods Declaration and Container Packing Certificate
  • Transport Operations, Stowage, Segregation and Container Packing.
  • Emergency Response and Medical First Aid.



COURSE DESCRIPTION:


HUET is short for 'Helicopter Underwater Escape Training' and EBS represents Emercency Breathing System. This training is for offshore personnel who travel from and to their work with a helicopter and therefore require safety training. This training-course is also useful for holders of the STCW Basic Safety Certificate, who use heli-transfers to their vessel.



COURSE OBJECTIVE


  • To provide students with an understanding of the importance of “Survival Skills”
  • To provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to assist them with survival in an offshore environment should an unfortunate event occur


COURSE CONTENT


  • Communication with Helicopter.
  • Transportation safety.
  • Helicopter Underwater Escape Training.
  • Survival Equipment.
  • Survival Hazards.
  • Location Aids.
  • Abandonment Techniques.
  • Rescue & Summary.



COURSE DESCRIPTION:


This course is designed to familiarize students with the dangers associated with work done in an H2S environment. The standards recommend H2S familiarization training to all personnel working in environments where there is a potential to encounter hydrogen sulfide levels in excess of the allowable Threshold Limit Value (TLV) H2S awareness training is done, H2S awareness training is done, in an effort to make you aware of the hazards associated with H2S, in an attempt to reduce if not eliminate needless injuries or fatalities. These hazards can be controlled with proper training.


COURSE OBJECTIVE


  • Introduction , Hazards & characteristics.
  • Method of Detection (Old & New)
    Precautions (location safety) & Protection.
  • Modern way to reduce concentration of H2S on the drill floor
  • Function of CMS , SCBA and various Protective Equipments
  • Action to be taken in the event of an alarm
  • Physical and chemical characteristics of H2S
  • Contingency Plans
  • Response, Procedure, Procedure form, Marks, sign
  • First Aid, Responsibility (Employers & workers)

COURSE CONTENT


  • What is Hydrogen Sulfide?
  • How is Hydrogen Sulfide formed?
  • Locations
  • Properties and Characteristics
  • Exposure Limits
  • Work Procedures
  • Exposure Limits
  • Work Procedures
  • Detection Equipment
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Emergency Response
  • Well site Safety


COURSE DESCRIPTION:


The course provides a blend of theoretical instruction and practical exercises in rigging, slinging and lifting operations. The successful trainee shall gain an understanding of the related legislation and procedures involved for safely conducting rigging, slinging and lifting operations.



COURSE OBJECTIVE:


During the course delegates will learn to a basic level of competence safe rigging and slinging various types of loads and safe working practices when working with wire ropes, slings and lifting appliances.


COURSE CONTENT


  • Introduction to Rigging and Slinging
  • Ladders
  • Types of Rigging and Slinging
  • Erection and dismantling of slinging.
  • Safe Practices, Lifting and Slinging.
  • Practicals.


COURSE CONTENT


  • Basic Math for Hoisting and Rigging
  • Signal Person
  • Rigging Hardware and Slings
  • Hoisting, Rigging, and Crane Safety
  • Hand Signals and Voice Commands
  • Advanced Math for Hoisting and Rigging


COURSE DESCRIPTION:


H.L.O. is a four hour course designed to provide students an understanding of the equipment and requirements involved in platform and marine helicopter operations. Students will become familiar with onboard safety and communications equipment as well as emergency procedures, including emergency shutdown and fire-fighting.




COURSE CONTENT


  • Introduction to H.L.O.
  • Equipment & Personal Protective Equipment
  • Firefighting Equipment
  • Fire & General Alarms
  • Helidecks & Helideck Markings
  • Helideck Signs
  • Communications
  • Helicopter Emergency Procedures
  • Fuel Spills
  • Fire on the Helicopter/Helideck
  • Passenger Rescue
  • Daily Checks
  • Helicopter Refueling
  • Start-up Procedures
  • After Take-off Procedures
  • Radio Silence Procedures
  • Prior to E.T.A. Procedures
  • Landing Procedures
  • Written Examination



COURSE DESCRIPTION:


H2S is one of the most deadly occupational hazards affecting operations in the oil and gas industries. This training covers the characteristics of hydrogen sulphide gas and the potential physiological effects of exposure as well as the use of H2S detection equipment and escape breathing apparatus.




COURSE CONTENT


  • Introduction, Hazards & characteristics.
  • Method of Detection (Old & New) Precautions (location safety) & Protection.
  • Modern way to reduce concentration of H2S on the drill floor.
  • Function of CMS, SCBA and various Protective Equipments.
  • Action to be taken in the event of an alarm.
  • Physical and chemical characteristics of H2S.
  • Contingency Plans.
  • Response, Procedure, Procedure form, Marks, sign.
  • First Aid, Responsibility (Employers & workers).



COURSE DESCRIPTION:


This course is designed for Offshore Emergency Helideck Team Members as intensive training to allow them to respond to emergency situations on an offshore installation. This is accomplished through a combination of both theoretical and practical exercises.




COURSE CONTENT


  • Offshore fire/emergency response arrangements.
  • The role of the Emergency Helideck Team Member.
  • Helideck helicopter emergency equipment & procedures.
  • Safe Use and maintenance of Helideck emergency equipment.
  • Fighting different types of fire with emphasis on fuel and electrical fire .
  • Evacuation of trapped causalities.



COURSE DESCRIPTION:


The aim and objectives of the OERTM Further Training are to allow Offshore Emergency Response Team Member delegates to practise and be assessed on live fire exercises which they would not be able to conduct in the workplace.




COURSE CONTENT


  • Offshore emergency response arrangements & procedures.
  • Fixed fire systems offshore.
  • Working practises and procedures.
  • Missing personnel and casualty handling.
  • Portable firefighting equipment.
  • Extinguishing a fire and/or securing an area.
  • Conducting and controlling BA operations.
  • Minimising damage to property.
  • Maintaining effective communications.



COURSE DESCRIPTION:


To provide Slinger / Signaller (Banksman) training course participants with the knowledge, skills and attitude to enable them to give the correct hand signals to the crane driver. To give the candidate the knowledge to choose the correct lifting equipment and to sling the load properly and safely.




COURSE CONTENT


  • Course included audio/video instructions & practical training in.
  • Rigging principles and terminology.
  • Load weight and centre of gravity ,SWLs and colour coding.
  • Load Management.
  • Rigging Plan, Rigging Triangle, Load Stability.
  • Hitch Selection, Hand Signals.
  • Rigging Equipment & Inspection Techniques.
  • Offshore Crane operations.
  • Risk assessment and control measures.
  • Load weight and centre of gravity.




COURSE CONTENT


  • Rigging principles and terminology, Load Management.
  • Rigging Equipment & Inspection Techniques.
  • Planning of lifting operations.
  • Elevated Areas-General Requirements.
  • Portable Ladders & Step Ladders, Scaffolding Components.
  • Requirements common to all scaffolds, Tube & Coupler Scaffolds.
  • Mobile & Tower Scaffolds, Fabricated Tubular Frame Scaffolds.
  • Bracket Scaffolds, Under hung Scaffolds.



COURSE DESCRIPTION:


To acquire an understanding of towing and anchor handling winch operations. According to (STCW-2010), Section B-V/e 8, appropriate simulator training may be used as a supplement in the training of Masters, Officers and Engineers serving on AHTS vessels. Upon completion of the course, the successful student will be able to master winch handling operations on Anchor Handling Tug and Supply (AHTS) vessels, satisfying safety requirements utilising the best working practices.



COURSE CONTENT


  • Welfare/Site Health & Safety etc.
  • Understanding the requirements of the relevant legislation.
  • Rig, Inspect, Handle, Store and use in a safe and proper manner any accessories used with winches.
  • Operate safely specific types of winches and carry out pre/post inspection.
  • Select combinations of equipment to meet safety requirements.
  • Establish the weight, centre of gravity, balance and dimensions of loads.
  • List the factors which must be considered when planning and winching operation.
  • Where applicable correct set up and utilisation of date logger and printer.
  • Basic winch operator maintenance.
  • Correct decommission procedure of winch.