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Global Training Solutions Inc. provides compliance, workforce training programs and classroom instruction aimed at the development, training and safety of employees in many diverse industries worldwide. © 2020 Global Training Solutions
Describe the nature and properties of asbestos and its effects on health List the types of asbestos and explain where asbestos and ACMs can be typically found Recall the existence of general legislation in relation to health and safety and asbestos Describe how to avoid the risks from asbestos Explain where to obtain information on asbestos prior to commencing work Explain what to do if suspicious materials are found Describe appropriate workplace precautions, including the risk assessment process, with regard to the risks of asbestos Explain how to undertake work activities in a safe manner and without risk to yourselves or others List procedures to be followed when coming into unintentional contact with ACMs and appropriate emergency arrangements ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course
Module 1: Authorised Gas Tester Module 2: Testing for flammable gas in preparation for hot work Module 3: Confined Space Testing Module 4: Gas Monitoring for Hot-Work Sites Additional Information Duration: 4 Hours (approx.) Knowledge Check: 96 Questions Final Assessment

AUTHORISED GAS TESTER (OPITO-APPROVED)

The course has been designed to teach the requirements associated with gas detection. On successful completion, learners will have the basic knowledge necessary to allow them to operate as an Authorised Gas Tester. Learners will be given two attempts at each module, with a minimum of 80% to pass.
Describe what a confined space is Identify examples of confined spaces Identify and explain the hazards associated with a confined space Identify the roles and responsibilities associated with confined space entry Describe the regulations associated with confined space entry Describe the elements of a Risk Assessment for confined spaces Identify the elements of a safe system of work Describe good housekeeping practices for confined space work Describe the emergency procedures for confined space work Describe rules for entering/working in a confined space Describe when and how to exit a confined space Additional Information Duration: 60 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY

This confined space entry course is suitable for all employees in high-hazard industries required to work in confined spaces and is suitable for candidates who require awareness level understanding of working in a confined space or as a pre-requisite for a classroom course. On successful completion of this course, candidates will recognize the hazards associated with confined space entry and the precautions that need to be taken when working in a confined space. It provides candidates with the knowledge to perform their duties safely and responsibly.
Explain what COSHH is and why we need it Explain the COSHH regulations Describe the employer and employee duties under the COSHH regulations Identify the ways in which you may come into contact with a hazardous substance Explain what a Material Safety Data Sheet is Recall the hazard symbols used Describe the different control measures that can be used Identify the personal protective equipment specific to chemical applications Describe a COSHH Risk Assessment Identify good practices related to COSHH Additional Information Duration: 45 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Assessment

CONTROL OF SUBSTANCES HAZARDOUS TO HEALTH (COSHH)

This Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) awareness course is suitable for all candidates working with hazardous substances on a regular basis. The content of this course has been developed by qualified chemists and fully satisfies the requirements of the UK COSHH Regulations.

CYBER SECURITY

The aim of this course is to highlight the risks posed by common cyber security threats to shipping companies and their individual employees. It also aims to describe good cyber security practice at sea and onshore. On completing this course delegates will be able to identify the personal, corporate and vessel-related risks posed by common cyber security threats, take basic precautions to ensure than data held online is not compromised, recognize when a cyber-security breach has occurred and take the appropriate actions at sea.
Outline what is meant by display screen equipment and its potential hazards Give an overview of common health and safety issues associated with display screen equipment Give an overview of the laws and regulations concerning display screen equipment Describe the upper limb disorders that can be associated with display screen equipment Give an overview of good posture and the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders Describe the risk assessment process for a workstation Explain how to use a mouse correctly Explain how to read a screen correctly Explain how to correctly use a portable computer Discuss case studies involving health issues caused by inefficient use of display screen equipment Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Assessment

DISPLAY SCREEN EQUIPMENT

This course contains information for the safe use of display screen equipment (DSE) in the workplace and at home. It is suitable for everyone who uses this type of equipment and contains an assessment of the workstation. The assessment will give the user a full understanding of the potential hazards involved and how to assess whether or not they are at risk.
Describe the purpose of the electrical safety rules Identify the roles and responsibilities of electrical personnel Outline the PPE to be worn for electrical work Explain the function of a switch room Explain the function of a switching programme Describe the documentation required for electrical work Outline the reporting procedure for faults Describe the procedures to be followed when carrying out electrical isolations Describe the procedure for working on high voltage equipment Describe the procedure for the handling of cables Describe the procedure for working on Low Voltage systems Describe the procedure for working on telecommunications equipment Describe the precautions to be taken in hazardous areas Explain the actions to be taken in an emergency Additional Information Duration: 60 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Assessment

ELECTRICAL SAFETY RULES

This Electrical Safety Rules course addresses the dangers of working with electricity and provides guidance on the precautions required to stay safe. The course also identifies the roles and responsibilities of electrical personnel and provides instruction on procedures to be followed when carrying out electrical isolations.

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS

The purpose of this Environmental Awareness course is to help delegates understand the environmental impact of company activities and identify their role in reducing the impact that company operations can have on global environmental issues, such as global warming and ozone depletion.

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OIL & GAS Training series

The Oil and Gas Training e-learning courses are designed around learning objectives and employees’ needs. All modules incorporate innovative technologies to ensure that employees receive the richest learning experience, including 360° scenario-based learning, augmented reality and 3D visualisation.   All courses comply with SCORM, the international e-learning standard, and can be delivered through our Learning Management System or your SCORM-compliant LMS.

ASBESTOS AWARENESS

This is an awareness course, suitable for all employees working in hazardous industries. Candidates will learn about what asbestos is and why it is dangerous, as well as where it will be found and what to do should any suspicious materials be found on site.
Asbestos Awareness Authorised Gas Tester - (Opito Approved) Confined Space Entry Control Of Substances Hazardous To Health (Coshh) Cyber Security Display Screen Equipment Electrical Safety Rules Environmental Awareness Excavation Explosives Gas Monitor (Optito-Approved) Hazard Awareness And Identification Hydrogen Sulphide (H 2 s) Awareness IMS 100 Introduction To The Incident Management System IMS 200 For Single Resources And Initial Actions Introduction To Control Of Work Legionella Awareness Lifting Operations And Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) Awareness Manual Handling Awareness Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material Noise Awareness Offshore Basic Spill Responder Oil Spill Awareness For Vessel Crews On Scene Spill Responder (Opep - UK Level 1) Onshore Basic Spill Responder Pressure Testing Process Isolations Scaffolding Awareness Slips, Trips And Falls Stress Management Task Risk Assessment Transportation Of Dangerous Goods By Air (Awareness Level) Transportation Of Dangerous Goods By Sea Waste Management Working At Height
OIL & GAS TITLES

OIL & GAS

Comprehensive Oil and Gas e-learning course titles comprising of hundreds of hours of interactive online training specifically tailored for all global operations.
Additional Information Duration: 60 minutes (approx.) Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment
Explain what an excavation is Identify the need for an Excavation Procedure Identify the roles and responsibilities associated with excavations Describe the hazards associated with excavations Describe how to plan an excavation Explain what PPE is required and when a rescue team is required Identify and describe excavation support systems Identify the safety checks required before work can begin within the excavation Identify safety requirements Describe how to carry out an excavation Describe the backfilling procedure Additional Information Duration: 60 minutes (approx.) Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment

EXCAVATION

The aim of this Excavation course is to provide instruction on how to plan, control and conduct an excavation safely. Candidates will learn what an excavation is, the techniques used to shield and support the excavation and the backfilling procedure. This Excavation course shows candidates how to spot the dangers associated with excavation activity and what controls are necessary to prevent injury. This course is suitable for candidates who require an awareness level understanding or as pre-learning for a classroom course.

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Identify what explosives are Describe some of the uses for explosives offshore Explain why explosives are used Explain the authorisation process for using explosives Describe how explosives are detonated and the dangers of other sources of induced currents Identify typical strategies to prevent accidental detonations Identify work to be ceased when explosives are to be used Identify those authorised to handle explosives Describe the measures taken to store explosives safely Identify your responsibilities before and during the use of explosives Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment

EXPLOSIVES

The awareness course explains what explosives are, what they are used for, why they are used and the controls in place to prevent unnecessary risk whilst working with them. The course also identifies the roles and responsibilities of those working with explosives offshore.

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Explain what hazard identification is Identify methods of hazard identification Describe the different energy sources that may be hazardous Identify examples of control measures for each energy source Describe how to use your senses to detect hazards Explain the importance of good observation Demonstrate identification of hazards within relevant scenarios Additional Information Duration: 60 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment

HAZARD AWARENESS AND IDENTIFICATION

This Hazard Awareness and Identification course is suitable for all employees working in the global energy or hazardous industries and has been developed in accordance with the ‘STEP Change in Safety’ initiative that promotes the establishment, maintenance and development of hazard identification and risk assessment systems to provide a safer work environment. The course provides candidates with instruction on how to recognise the hazards present in their daily working lives at any time and identify control measures that can be put in place to minimise the risks. On successful completion of this course, candidates will have an excellent appreciation of the key features of hazard identification systems used. The course includes practical 360-degree environment scenario assessments to practice finding hazards and identifying the correct control measures.

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Explain what H 2 S is Identify where H 2 S can be found Identify the properties of H 2 S Explain how H 2 S levels are measured Identify the exposure limits of H 2 S Describe the exposure effects of H 2 S Identify environmental hazards of H 2 S Identify ways of detecting H 2 S Know what to do in the event of an H 2 S emergency Identify what H 2 S training consists of Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment

HYDROGEN SULPHIDE (H

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S) AWARENESS

This hydrogen sulphide (H2S) awareness course is suitable for all employees and was developed by the same industry experts responsible for the OPITO guidelines for Working in Hazardous or Potentially Hazardous Environments. The course outlines the principal properties of hydrogen sulphide, explaining why extreme caution is necessary when dealing with this highly dangerous substance and how to recognize the consequences and symptoms of exposure to it.

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An overview of what IMS is, including a brief history Lists the five management functions that IMS has been built around Describes the duties of those different functions Covers six basic features of the IMS Lists the six major incident facilities and describes what each one is for Describes the practical steps that a responder would need to take before, during and after an incident Additional Information Duration: 60 minutes (approx.) Knowledge Check: Inter-module assessment questions, to test knowledge and understanding throughout, followed by a 10-question final graded assessment.

IMS 100 INTRODUCTION TO THE INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

The aim of this course is to provide employees with an introductory level of knowledge of the Incident Management System, Incident Command System and provide awareness for any individual performing a support role in a response situation, in the event of an oil spill incident. The IMS has been based on the principles of the Incident Command System (ICS) which is used to respond to events such as Natural Disasters, Explosions, Oil Spills and Bombings.

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IMS 200 FOR SINGLE RESOURCES AND INITIAL ACTIONS

The aim of this course is to build on the knowledge gained from the IMS 100 – Introduction to the Incident Management System course or provide training and resources for personnel who are likely to assume a supervisory position within the IMS. The online course is designed to enable personnel to operate effectively during an incident within the management system. IMS is a flexible tool and as you work through the courses you will see how it can be effectively adapted for all types of emergencies.

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IMS 200 topics covered Leadership and management Delegation of authority and management of objectives Functional areas and positions Briefings Organisational flexibility of command Course summary On completion of the course, the delegate will be familiar with Chain of command and unity of command Modular organisation Management of objectives Manageable span of control Transfer of command Additional Information Duration: 120 minutes (approx.) Knowledge Check: Inter-module assessment questions, to test knowledge and understanding throughout, followed by a 10-question final graded assessment.
Describe the Control of Work system State the purpose of the Control of Work system Identify the elements within the Control of Work system List the five steps in the Control of Work system Explain how to plan within the Control of Work system Explain the Risk Assessment process within the Control of Work system Explain how work is controlled under a Permit to Work Explain the life cycle of the Permit to Work Describe the communication processes within the Control of Work system Summarise Lock Out Tag Out Describe Sub-Systems within the Control of Work system Additional Information Duration: 60 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment

INTRODUCTION TO CONTROL OF WORK

This Introduction to Control of Work course is suitable for all members of the work party. Real life examples of failures within Control of Work systems and their consequences will demonstrate why following procedures within Control of Work systems is essential. Candidates will also learn about Planning, Risk Assessment, Permit to Work, Lock Out, Tag Out, Sub-Systems, Toolbox Talks and the responsibilities of every person under the Control of Work system.

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Explain what Legionella is and where it can be found Identify systems which present a risk of Legionella increasing Explain how Legionella multiplies Identify the temperatures that affect Legionella Explain what Legionnaires’ disease is and how it is contracted Describe who can be affected by Legionnaires’ disease Identify when the symptoms of Legionnaires’ disease begin Describe the symptoms of Legionnaires’ disease Describe how the risk of Legionella is controlled in water systems Explain how water is treated Describe cleaning and disinfection procedures Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Assessment

LEGIONELLA AWARENESS

The aim of this course is to provide candidates with an awareness of Legionella, what it is, where it can be found, how it is treated and how it can affect them.

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Recall the key definitions and terms used for lifting operations. Define LOLER Identify LOLER regulations in the workplace Identify the features of planning a lift Describe the classification of lifts – routine and non-routine Identify the examination and testing of equipment that is required under the regulations Identify the training that is required under LOLER Identify which equipment is covered under LOLER Identify the different types of lifting accessories Identify the different roles in lifting activities offshore Identify the hazards associated with mechanical lifting offshore, including equipment hazards Explain the Safe Working Load and Colour Coding Practices. Identify safe lifting practices Additional Information Duration: 40 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment

LIFTING OPERATIONS AND LIFTING EQUIPMENT

REGULATIONS (LOLER)

The aim of this course is to prevent workplace accidents by raising awareness of the hazards present in Lifting Operations. This course explains Lifting Operation and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER), the different types of lifting equipment, factors to consider when selecting equipment, the hazards of mechanical lifting activities and the roles involved in such activities.

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Explain why energy isolation is required Explain the purpose of isolations Describe key terminology used in isolations List the legislation applicable to LOTO Explain who is typically involved in isolations Describe the training requirements for workers involved in isolations List the 8 steps of isolation Give examples of when to use lock out Identify the different types of isolation devices Describe what to do if lock out cannot be used Additional Information Duration: 60 minutes (approx.) Knowledge Check: 20 Question Final Assessment

LOCK OUT TAG OUT (LOTO) AWARENESS

This is an awareness course, suitable for all employees working in hazardous industries. Candidates will learn what Lock Out, Tag Out is and how it fits into the isolation process. Delegates will be able to demonstrate an understanding of key terminology and equipment used in the isolation process and the legislation associated with LOTO as well as the key responsibilities and the typical 8 steps within the isolation process.

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Explain what manual handling is Describe the structure of the human spine Identify factors that contribute to manual handling incidents Identify the common causes and injuries involved in manual handling Identify proper lifting techniques and the importance of ergonomic design Identify ways to reduce manual handling incidents Identify the purpose, factors and responsibility of the risk assessment Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment

MANUAL HANDLING AWARENESS

This course has been designed to give candidates an understanding of manual handling, the causes of injury, common injuries, guidance on the proper lifting techniques and the use of manual handling aids.

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Give an overview of radioactivity Describe NORM Give an overview of the health and safety issues relating to NORM Explain where NORM is found Give an overview of legislation and employer responsibilities with regard to NORM Explain how NORM is detected Outline the precautions that should be taken when working in an environment where NORM may be found Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course

NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL

This course has been designed to give candidates an understanding of the legal requirements, methods and responsibilities for managing NORM (Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material) waste from operations, both on and offshore.

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Identify the common noise hazards Identify the Noise at Work Regulations Identify the human ear and the different noise exposure warning signs Identify the different recommended noise limits Identify the risks of noise exposure Describe the different noise control measures that can be used Explain the different types of hearing protection Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course

NOISE AWARENESS

This course has been developed in conjunction with industry experts and provides an awareness of noise and vibration regulations, different noise levels found in industry, the human ear, the hazards associated with noisy environments and how we can control these.

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Describe the working environment Explain spills and how we can prevent them from occurring Explain how to identify basic spills Describe adsorbents Describe the types of spill kits available Identify the steps of spill response including how to report a spill Explain the requirement for Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations Explain the Risk Assessment Additional Information Duration: 90 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment

OFFSHORE BASIC SPILL RESPONDER

The course is suitable for all offshore employees and looks at how, why and where spills occur. The program describes a safe step-by-step approach to spill response and explains how to assess the risk, identify the substance and select the correct PPE. Delegates can then put theory into practice using a range of interactive exercises and real-life scenarios in preparation for dealing with a variety of basic spills offshore.

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Describe how oil behaves in the sea and changes over time Estimate the trajectory of oil, based on the wind speed and current Use of BONN Oil Appearance Colour Code to describe the thickness and size of an oil spill Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using dispersant Describe the correct process for applying dispersant Explain how to carry out oil sampling Additional Information Duration: 120 minutes Knowledge Check: Inter-module assessment questions, to test knowledge and understanding throughout, followed by a 10-question final graded assessment.

OIL SPILL AWARENESS FOR VESSEL CREWS

The aim of this Oil Spill Awareness for Vessel Crews course is to give First Responders and Standby Vessel Masters and Crew the necessary knowledge to deal with an oil spill responsibly and effectively. Designed primarily for Standby Vessel Masters and Crews and First Responders, it is an ideal knowledge-building course for a global audience and provides an easy to understand introduction to offshore spill response.

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Describe the working environment Explain spills and how we can prevent them from occurring Explain how to identify basic spills Describe adsorbents Describe the types of spill kits available Identify the steps of spill response including how to report a spill Explain the requirement for Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations Explain the Risk Assessment Additional Information Duration: 90 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment

ONSHORE BASIC SPILL RESPONDER

The Onshore Basic Spill Responder course is suitable for all onshore employees and looks at how, why and where spills occur. The programme describes a safe step-by-step approach to spill response and explains how to assess the risk, identify the substance and select the correct PPE. Delegates can then put theory into practice using a range of interactive exercises and real-life scenarios in preparation for dealing with a variety of basic spills onshore.

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Explain the concept of pressure State the units of measurement most often used in the industry and the difference between psi and bar Explain the need for, and objectives of, pressure testing Explain the concepts of operating pressure and test pressure, and the relationship between them Describe the sequence of steps involved in a pressure test and the medium used Be aware of the Task Risk Assessment process and its role in providing a safe working environment in the pressure testing sequence Describe and identify safety measures typically involved in pressure testing Explain the tasks they can expect to undertake when participating in a pressure test following successful completion of this course Additional Information Duration: 60 minutes Knowledge Check: 24 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course

PRESSURE TESTING

This Pressure Testing course will give candidates a good overall awareness of pressure and how it is measured. It will explain why pressure testing is required, how it is carried out on liquid mediums, the hazards of pressure testing and the controls that should be in place to ensure the process is carried out safely.

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Explain the purpose of energy isolations Identify the main reasons for isolating Describe what a process isolation is Describe key terminology used in the isolation process Identify the central roles and responsibilities involved in isolations Identify the fundamental stages of process isolation Describe the different process isolation methods Identify the different types of isolation security Describe isolation monitoring Identify examples of human errors in the isolation process Identify examples of isolation controls Describe the training requirements for workers involved in isolations Describe the compliance and auditing required for the isolation process Additional Information Duration: 90 minutes Knowledge Check: 30 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course

PROCESS ISOLATIONS

This course emphasises that the purpose of Process Isolations is to prevent harm to personnel, plant and the environment from the unintended or unplanned release of energy and or hazardous products from systems during service or maintenance activities. This course is suitable for any candidate requiring an understanding of process, electrical and mechanical isolations. The course explains isolation planning, the different types of isolations, isolation monitoring, the methods available, and the Process Isolations Standards.

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Describe what a scaffold is and why it is used Define the key terms used in the construction of scaffolds Recognise the basic components of a scaffold Describe the key elements of a scaffold Identify the different types of scaffolding structures Identify hazards associated with the use of scaffolding List the basic tools used in the construction of a scaffold Describe the PPE requirements for scaffolding List the requirements for access to scaffolds Identify the responsibilities of key personnel involved with scaffolding Describe the use of the Scafftags system Describe the importance of scaffold inspections Additional Information Duration: 60 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this cours

SCAFFOLDING AWARENESS

The course includes information on the basic tools used to construct scaffolds, the personal protective equipment required, the roles and responsibilities associated with scaffolding work, and the importance of inspections.

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Outline the legislation and guidance that refers to slips, trips and falls Outline the impact of slips, trips and falls on accidents statistics Give an overview of slips, trips and fall hazards Give an overview of slips, trips and fall hazards offshore Give an overview of slips, trips and fall hazards in the office and at home Give an overview of the importance of good housekeeping Outline the typical hazards involved in work at height Describe the prevention of falls from height Give an overview of ladder safety Explain the trailing hand technique Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course

SLIPS, TRIPS AND FALLS

Slips, trips and falls are the most common cause of major injuries at work and can happen almost anywhere. They are the leading cause of work- related injuries and fatalities. This course has been designed to help candidates prevent slips, trips and falls. This course is suitable for personnel in both offshore and onshore working environments, dealing with each environment in respective sections. Based upon legislation and guidance, it provides an overview of slips, trips and falls hazards, and the importance of good housekeeping. This course also briefly describes the hazards of working at height.

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Define stress and work-related stress Explain why stress needs to be tackled Identify the signs of stress Explain what you can do when you notice signs of stress Explain what you can do to deal with mental illness Explain the Management Standards Approach and each of the six standards: Demands, Control, Support, Relationships, Role, Change Identify the main features of a suitable and sufficient risk assessment for work-related stress List the steps in the management approach to risk assessment for work-related stress Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course

STRESS MANAGEMENT

This Stress Management course provides an understanding of how to manage work-related stress, detailing the signs of stress and mental illness and coping mechanisms. The Management Standards Approach – a model that identifies six key areas (Demands, Control, Support, Relationships, Role and Change) of work design that, if not properly managed, are associated with poor health and well-being, lower productivity and increased sickness absence is described in detail.

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Define key terminology associated with task risk assessment Define the purpose of a task risk assessment Describe hazard identification Describe the terms hazard and risk Recall when a task risk assessment should be carried out and what work categories need to be covered Describe what makes an effective task risk assessment Identify the roles and responsibilities of a task risk assessment team member Describe the steps of a task risk assessment Describe the identification of control measures Explain the importance of lessons learned Identify the general requirements for training in task risk assessment Recall what data/findings from task risk assessments should be recorded Describe the purpose of a Toolbox Talk Explain the importance of communication for the success of a task risk assessment Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course

TASK RISK ASSESSMENT

This task risk assessment course is suitable for all current or potential members of task risk assessment teams. The course includes information on identification of all hazards associated with the work, what a TRA is, how and when it should be carried out and the responsibilities of each person within the process.

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Define dangerous goods and legalities for the carriage of dangerous goods Identify the different characteristics, classes and types of dangerous goods Recognise the effects of air travel upon the transportation of dangerous goods Describe the different methods and types of packaging which are appropriate to the safe transportation of each type and class of dangerous goods Describe the correct storage methods of dangerous goods Identify the recognised standards for labelling and marking required to distinguish each class of dangerous goods Define the correct documentation requirements Define the loading and handling requirements Define the safe handling and emergency information Additional Information Duration: 60 minutes Knowledge Check: 30 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course This course is a suitable pre-requisite for OPITO approved Helideck Operations Initial Training (HOIT) training courses.

TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY AIR

(AWARENESS LEVEL)

This course is suitable for anyone involved in the transportation of dangerous goods by air. The course includes information on the legal responsibilities for transportation of dangerous goods or hazardous materials via air and the special considerations that need to be taken. This course is designed to give a detailed overview and understanding of the issues surrounding the Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air. This course has been built in partnership with DANGO Training Services Ltd, subject matter experts and IATA accredited training school and CAA authorised training provider.

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Define dangerous goods and explain how to identify them Describe the legislation for the transportation of dangerous goods Describe the classes and types of dangerous goods Describe packing and safe methods of storage Explain the transportation of dangerous goods by sea Describe the marking and labelling requirements Identify the documentation requirements Describe the loading and handling requirements Explain the safe handling and emergency information Additional Information Duration: 90 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course

TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY SEA

This course is suitable for anyone involved in the transportation of dangerous goods by sea. It includes information on the legal responsibilities for transportation of dangerous goods or hazardous materials via sea and the special considerations that need to be taken.

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Describe the importance of waste management Identify the legislative controls relating to waste Explain the importance of a Waste Management Plan Explain the waste management hierarchy Identify the types of waste that are generated offshore Outline the alternatives to disposing of waste Describe waste reduction techniques Describe the importance of waste segregation Explain the importance of recycling Outline the waste management considerations when planning a job Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course

WASTE MANAGEMENT

This course explains the legal requirements and the methods for managing waste produced by operations in the oil and gas industry but is suitable across a range of hazardous industries. This Waste Management course is designed to inform on the legal requirements for controlling waste, methods and responsibility for managing waste using a waste hierarchy. The course promotes a better understanding of how to effectively and most importantly safely manage waste. The aim of this course is to give candidates an understanding of proper waste management in order to achieve higher levels of recycling and to minimise the extraction of additional natural resources ensuring resource efficiency.

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Identify potential hazards that could lead to a spill and potential locations of a spill Assess potential environmental impacts Explain the purpose of an oil pollution emergency plan Implement a response strategy Assess danger to human health Identify properties of spilled oil Report a spill to MRCC Report a spill by PON1 Quantify a spill using measured or calculated data from operational or production losses Measure the oiled area Allocate apparent coverage Apply thickness band for apparent appearance Calculate minimum and maximum volume Explain the use of aerial surveillance Explain the use of oil modelling Describe the concept of tiered response Decide on the preferred response option Monitor and review the situation Explain what dispersants are and when to use them Identify the areas where approval from the licensing authority is required Describe how to contain and recover oil Describe oil sampling and the guidelines available Explain the purpose of the shoreline protection plan Describe the Emergency Pollution Control regulations Additional Information Duration: 120 minutes Knowledge Check: 24 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course

ON SCENE SPILL RESPONDER (OPEP – UK LEVEL 1)

The UK On-Scene Responder Course is suitable for Offshore Installation Managers and company representatives. This course has been accredited by the Nautical Institute on behalf of the UK Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (DBEIS), as meeting the statutory training requirements, stipulated in the Offshore Installation (Emergency Pollution Control) Regulations. 2002. The course looks at how and why spills occur, assessing environmental impact, emergency pollution planning and how to respond to a spill correctly including reporting requirements. Included in the course are a range of interactive exercises and real-life scenarios to put theory into practice. A good understanding of your Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (OPEP) is an integral part of this course and time should be spent reading and understanding the plan before undertaking this course.

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Describe what working at height is State the risks associated with working at height Explain the steps for assessing the safest way to work at height Describe considerations when choosing safe access to work at height List the equipment that could be used to access work at height and their safety implications Identify the responsibilities of each person working at height Describe some of the controls that should be put in place when working at height Identify PPE requirements for working at height Describe equipment inspection requirements Describe a dropped object and how to prevent it Additional Information Duration: 30 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment Certification: Delegates will receive a Certificate on successful completion of this course

WORKING AT HEIGHT

This course covers the hazards of working at height, ways of assessing what the hazards are, and the controls that help keep the worker safe, including PPE and access points.

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The cyber safety threat The digital threat using your personal information The digital threat using your device The physical and human threat Additional Information Duration: 70 minutes Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Assessment Certification: This course is certified by the University of Sunderland and was created in partnership with the following companies: Stapleton International, University of Sunderland, MLA College and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology.

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Describe the Global Environment and our Environmental Responsibilities Define the role of MARPOL Describe Environmental Aspects and Impacts Define Waste Management Define Typical Control Measures and Spill Management

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Hot work (any operation involving naked flames or producing heat and/or sparks or any operation that has spark potential) Confined space criteria The type of operations being tested for flammable and toxic gases Roles and Responsibilities of the Fire Watch Roles and Responsibilities of the Standby Person Responsibilities of the Gas Monitor role How to select, use and care for PPE How to work within the Safe System of Work The hazards and properties of flammable and toxic gases The behaviour of gases Impact of environmental changes on working conditions The importance of checking that the controls on the equipment are as specified Sources of assistance and specialist support Completion of relevant documentation Additional Information Duration: 1 Hour (approx.) Knowledge Check: 28 Questions Final Assessment

Gas Monitor (OPITO-Approved)

The aim of this course is to teach the requirements

associated with gas detection. On successful

completion, learners will have the basic knowledge

necessary to operate as a Gas Monitor. The course

covers in depth: the responsibilities of the fire

watch; standby person and gas monitor role; how

to use and care for personal protective equipment;

how gases behave and the implications for the

worksite; and the importance of good and regular

communication.

LEARNING OUTCOMES