Scope/Overview

This course is designed to enhance the participant’s ability to handle HSE challenges in their daily work environment. The course provides a solid understanding of how HSE is planned and executed and put into practice.

After completing this course, the participants will be in a better position to understand the significance of HSE work in their workplace, business and their private life. This course will also reinforce their commitment to working with HSE.

Who should attend

Attendees comprise of (but not limited to) Oil and Gas employees working in the onshore and offshore industry, project managers, line managers, working environment/HSE committee members, safety representatives and project workers.

Key Topics

  • Introduction to HSE Management
  • Health Safety and Environment programs
  • General Guidelines and health control
  • Rights and responsibilities
  • HSE management
  • Health and working environment
  • External environment
  • The risk management process and risk analysis
  • Preparedness
  • Follow-up of unwanted events
  • Investigation
    • Drilling rig equipment safety
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Fire Prevention, Fire Fighting, and Fire control
    • Welding and cutting/compressed gas & oxygen cylinders
    • Fleet Safety
    • Crane operations
    • Forklift operations
    • Confined Space entry guidelines
    • Cold weather safety
    • Offshore safety
    • Hydrogen Sulphide
    • Protection of the environment
    • Emergency Action Plans
    • Dropped object prevention
    • Well Servicing
    • Air and Gas Drilling
    • Personnel hoisting systems
    • Fall Protection 

Course Length

     4 to 10 days

Prerequisite(s)

     None

Delivery

  • Classroom lectures
  • Demonstrations
  • Class discussion
  • Group exercises
  • Hands on practice