The aims and objectives of the Travel Safely by Boat (TSbB) training standard are to ensure that all personnel travelling/transferring by boat to work in offshore areas achieve the following: Continue reading “Transfer Safety by Boat (TSBB)”
The DP simulator Course is essentially practical and consists mainly of a series of simulator exercises to be supplemented by theoretical discussions. Trainees will be given an opportunity to give feedback on their training needs during classroom tuition. The trainees will work with practical scenarios based on real operations, training on planning and executing specified DP operations under varying simulated conditions. Each exercise will be started by a session for briefing and planning, then by simulation of DP operations and be followed by a debriefing and group discussion led by the instructor, to analyse the actions and decisions of the trainees. Exercises will produce the greatest impression of realism. The practical exercises will cover the operation of the DP system while introducing errors, faults, failures, alarms and applying emergency procedures. This course is intended for those who have completed the DP Induction Course and a minimum of 60 DP Sea time days. These trainees should already have a good grounding in the practice and principles of dynamic positioning through their experiences in class and at sea. After this course, the aspiring DPO will now have to accumulate 60 days of DP watch keeping experience to be able to apply for a DP certificate.
The Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) Awareness Course is designed to train personnel who will work in an environment that could be exposed to the highly toxic gas Hydrogen Sulphide or H2S. Continue reading “Hydrogen Sulphide Awareness (H2S) Course”
The aim of the Tropical HUET training programme is to prepare delegates that intend to travel to and from offshore oil and gas installations and vessels by helicopter in a tropical environment by providing specific training in pre-flight and in-flight requirements and to equip delegates with the basic emergency response knowledge and skills required in the event of a helicopter emergency – with specific focus on escaping from a helicopter following ditching and sea survival techniques. Continue reading “Tropical HUET”
The aim of the T-FOET is to provide the delegates with the opportunity to practice and demonstrate emergency response skills which are not possible to practice during drills, exercises and emergency training offshore. Continue reading “Tropical FOET”
The aim and objectives of the Helideck Operations Initial Training Programme are to equip the delegate with the initial knowledge, understanding and skills required to perform the roles of Offshore Helicopter Landing Officer (HLO) and Offshore Helideck Assistant (HDA) safely and effectively. Continue reading “Helicopter Landing Officer (HLO)”
The aim and objectives of the OERTM Initial Training Programme are to equip the delegate with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to perform the role of Offshore Emergency Response Team Member effectively.
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The aim of the Helideck Emergency Response Team Member (HERTM) Training programme is to equip Offshore Helideck emergency response personnel with the knowledge, understanding and skills required to perform an emergency response team member role in offshore helideck and helicopter emergencies. Continue reading “Helideck Emergency Response Team Member (HDA – HERTM)”
This course is essentially practical and consists mainly of a series of simulator exercises. The exercises increase in complexity as the course progresses and as trainees become familiar with the maneuvering characteristics of the ship model and its responses in various conditions. Exercises are controlled by the instructor, and initially, allow the trainees to become familiar with the equipment, the controls and the instrumentation provided. Continue reading “Azimuth Stern Drive”
The aim of the T-BOSIET is to introduce delegates to the specific safety issues and regimes relevant to offshore installations, and to equip them with the basic emergency response knowledge and skills for travelling to and from offshore installations by helicopter in a tropical environment. Continue reading “Tropical BOSIET”