Induction training

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Our HSE Induction training course is the perfect addition to your employee induction program. Whether new hires or new to the operation, this course can be offered as a general course. For the most value, it can be customized to the specific management system requirements of a particular operation.

Ensuring that you comply with current industry best practice for bridging documents, this training can be vital to compliance with the contract obligations. This will therefore improve your operational safety and audit results which in turn means fewer corrective actions as we are educating on the front end where it has the most benefit.

Who should attend?

Operations, QHSE Supervisory and Management Staff as well as SIMOPS coordinators.

Depending on the number of employees you need to provide this training to, it is highly recommended that the training is customised to your company’s requirements, terminology, forms, etc. to more effectively ensure your valuable employees are learning your company’s approach and methodology. The cost of the customised course can be minimal when compared to the number of employees you need to train.

Content and aims

We have injected some clever management system implementation questions for attendees of the customized courses that provide invaluable feedback you would not get any other way. It is very common to have crews that have never worked together completing the group task successfully with no incidents. Invaluable team building and real world scenarios are provided.

Structure

The workshop utilizes an open learning atmosphere, making use of a combination of lectures, interactive discussion, hand’s-on activities, video, workshop exercises and testing to ensure optimum learning. The maximum number of delegates for a course is 15, while 12 is optimal per class as per international training best practice for this type of course.

Day 1
Pre-assessment / introduction
Rig introductions
Rig hazard awareness
Risk assessment
Permit to work
Day 2
SIMOPS
Working at height supervision
HAZCOM/chemical management
Lifting, hoisting and rigging awareness
Day 3
Lock out/tag out/energy isolation
Personal protective equipment
Waste management
Confined space entry awareness
Day 4
Occupational health and hygiene
Mentoring/HSE Supervision
Practical excercises on-board - organisational leadership tools, management and supervision of hazard hunts, toolbox talks, pre-tour meetings, SIMOPs activities and after-action reviews
Day 5
Practical excercises on-board (cont.)
Closing/assessment/evaluation

Qualifications

Participants receive a Lloyd's Register certificate of completion, if they successfully fulfil the training requirements.

Duration

The course is conducted over a five-day period.

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