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This course was created due to increasing demand from offshore companies to train their personnel in on-board safety and aircraft escape procedures. According to the Brazilian Maritime Authority, the BST is compulsory for all persons which work on-board oilrigs and vessels and are required to stay at least 72 hours on-board. The HUET is not compulsory in Brazil, however it is highly recommendable that all professionals who use helicopters as means of transportation obtain this certification.
This course is designed to meet the requirements of basic offshore safety induction and emergency training for the oil and gas industry personnel. The course is a combination of theoretical and practical sessions. Students are assessed continuously during the course. Prior to undertaking any practical exercise we must be provided with a copy of one of the following, confirming the student:.
OPITO is employer led in all aspects of what it does, therefore all standards development activities are at the behest of industry employers. The standards are driven by the needs of employers to help create a safe and competent workforce. The contents of this document were developed by an industry workgroup facilitated and supported by OPITO.
The workgroup consisted of representation from a cross section of oil and gas industry employers, discipline experts working within the industry and members of the OPITO Approved Training network. This standard has been verified and accepted through the governance and integrity management model for OPITO standards.
Guidance on this standard is available by contacting OPITO at: Standards enquiries This standard has been designed to accommodate global variations in national legislation and regulations. In the absence of relevant national legislation and regulations, OPITOapproved centres should use legislative and regulatory criteria specified within this Standard All rights reserved.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval or information storage system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior permission in writing of the publishers. Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 2 of Change from equipment of a type found on offshore oil and gas installations..
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Foo M. Lammiman C. Carr M. Foo P. Lammiman Appendix 1, page 47 M. Lammiman Combined standards into one document for better clarity and alignment. Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 3 of The OPITO-approved BOSIET Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training course provides the delegate with a range of knowledge and skills relevant to travelling offshore by helicopter and working offshore, including safety induction, fire safety and basic firefighting; first aid; helicopter safety and escape; and survival at sea.
Upon completion of the course the delegate will have an awareness of the generic hazards and associated risks encountered when working on offshore installations and the generic safety regimes and safety management systems in place to control and mitigate risks associated with hazards. The BOSIET will also equip participants with the knowledge, skills and confidence to respond appropriately in the event of an offshore emergency and to enhance their survivability through proper use of emergency equipment and procedures.
This course provides delegates with the necessary skills and knowledge in emergency response related to helicopter safety and escape using the emergency breathing system EBS. The FOET certificate re-validates a delegate s offshore emergency training for a further 4 years. Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 5 of Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 6 of All personnel who participate in such activities must be physically and mentally capable of participating fully. Therefore OPITO-approved training centres are required, as a minimum, to ensure that prior to participating in practical exercises, the delegate must either: a Possess a valid, current offshore medical certificate or b Possess an operator approved medical certificate, or c Undergo medical screening by completing an appropriate medical screening form provided by the OPITO-approved centre a list of medical conditions which could be included in a medical screening form is available from OPITO.
Note: Practical exercises should be designed and delivered solely to meet this standard, and must not place on the delegates any physical or mental demands other than those required to meet the Standard. Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 7 of The objectives of the BOSIET Training are that delegates will be able to: a b c d e Identify the generic hazards which are specific to offshore oil and gas installations, potential risks associated with those hazards, and how controls are put in place to eliminate or reduce risks.
Identify key offshore related safety regulations and explain the basic safety management concepts Demonstrate, in a simulated environment, that they can use the safety equipment, and follow procedures in preparing for, and during helicopter emergencies with particular focus on escaping from a helicopter following ditching Demonstrate sea survival and first aid techniques Demonstrate that they can effectively use basic firefighting equipment, and practise self-rescue techniques in low visibility situations, to include smoke filled areas.
Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 8 of Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 9 of Note 1: Some manufacturers have integrated the EBS equipment into the life jacket or transit suit. Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 10 of MODULE 4 Learning Outcomes Firefighting and Self Rescue To successfully complete this module, delegates must be able to demonstrate: 1 Correct use of hand held portable fire extinguishers and which ones to use for different classes of fires.
Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 11 of Formal evaluation of knowledge: Delegates will be required to undertake a written test at the end of Module 1 duration: 30 minutes as a method of checking that they have met all the Module 1 learning outcomes. The test will be open-book and questions must be clearly referenced against specific Module 1 learning outcomes. There must be a minimum of two questions per learning outcome.
Training instructors must identify any gaps in delegate s learning and make reasonable effort to address the gaps to help delegates meet the learning outcomes. Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 12 of Where this training is part of a programme of longer duration the total contact time per day must not exceed 8 hours and the total training day must not exceed 10 hours.
The total training day includes contact time, refreshment and meal breaks and travel between training sites where applicable. The training staff will introduce each module by explaining aims, learning outcomes, timetable, assessment methods and training staff roles. The time taken for this is expected to be approximately 10 minutes for each module, and this is in addition to the timings stated in the table below.
The order in which elements of the training programme are delivered may vary. However, contents in Appendix 1 must be covered prior to course commencement. To make efficient use of time and ensure effective learning there should, wherever practicable, be an integration of the three phases of explanation, demonstration and practise. Training staff must give practical demonstrations for all training activities which delegates are required to practise and demonstrate.
Each module must be introduced by the training staff, and include: a b c d e Aim The main purpose of the module Learning Outcomes What the delegates are expected to learn Timetable Training module duration and timing Assessment how delegates will be assessed and what they will be assessed against Staff - who will be delivering the training and roles of training support staff.
The training course consists of the following modules and elements: Module 1 Element 1. Motion hazards, to include: drilling tubulars, exposed machinery parts, moving heavy equipment and manual handling. Gravity hazards, to include: working under suspended loads, working at heights and slips and trips.
Noise hazards, to include: working in process areas, drilling areas, helicopter areas and noise exposure levels. Hazardous atmospheres, to include an explanation of how areas are designated hazardous zones. Confined space hazards, to include the following characteristics: limited openings for entry or exits, confined spaces when working inside containers or vessels and unfavourable natural ventilation. Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 15 of Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 16 of Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 17 of Formal evaluation of knowledge see A.
Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 19 of Note: Although push-out windows are to be fitted for the final capsize exercise, the ability of the delegate to push out the windows will be assessed during the partial submersion exercise. Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 21 of The information in a to d is in addition to the information detailed during installation briefings.
Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 22 of Following explanations and demonstrations by training staff: delegates to practise and demonstrate: Mustering, donning a life jacket, boarding and strapping in as a TEMPSC passenger the craft then to be lowered into water and released Water entry stepping off poolside, maximum 1m height and the precautions when entering from a height The fitting of a helicopter lifting strop, subsequent lifting and simulated entry into a rescue helicopter including: a c Single lift b Body posture Aircraft entry In-water survival techniques, to include: individual swimming, HELP, wave slap protection and group survival techniques towing, chain, huddle and circle , followed by rescue by one of the recognised methods available offshore Boarding a marine liferaft from the water and carrying out initial actions, to include mooring lines, deploying the sea anchor, raft maintenance and secondary actions, to include posting lookouts, activating the radio beacons and first aid equipment.
Note: Instructors need only explain secondary actions i. Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 23 of Making the area safe. Assess all casualties and attend to any unconscious casualties. Send for help as soon as possible.
Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 24 of More detailed information on fire equipment and procedures specific to an installation will be included in installation safety briefings. Training staff to explain: Action on discovering a fire installation emergency procedures with emphasis on: a b c Raising the alarm give examples of methods for raising the alarm Typical locations of portable hand held firefighting equipment types to be used during practical session Evacuation to designated area.
Training staff to explain and demonstrate: The operation of hand held portable fire extinguishers, small bore fire hose reels, fire blankets and their use against actual Class A and Class B fires as appropriate. Each delegate to practise and demonstrate: Raising the alarm on discovery of a fire The correct operation of hand held portable fire extinguishers in extinguishing Class A or Class B fires.
See note 3 below. Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 25 of Note: smoke hoods to be used in cosmetic smoke only. Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 26 of Therefore OPITO-approved training centres are required, as a minimum, to ensure that prior to participating in practical exercises the delegate either: a Possess a valid, current offshore medical certificate or b Possess an operator approved medical certificate, or c Undergoes medical screening by completing an appropriate medical screening form provided by the OPITO-approved centre a list of medical conditions which could be included in a medical screening form is available from OPITO.
Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 27 of The objectives of the HUET Training are that delegates will be able to: a Demonstrate, in a simulated environment, that they can use the safety equipment, and follow procedures in preparing for, and during helicopter emergencies with particular focus on escaping from a helicopter following ditching Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 28 of Revision 5 Nov Amendment 4 January Page 29 of This will be followed by practical exercises which will allow delegates to practice and demonstrate their emergency response skills, knowledge and understanding in the case of a helicopter emergency.
Delegates will be assessed against the learning outcomes specified in section B. The course will require the trainer to explain aims, learning outcomes, timetable, assessment methods and training staff roles.
Ridgeway are proud to partner with SEFtec NMCI Offshore in offering high quality accredited safety training for personnel working in challenging offshore environments. This course is designed to give delegates the basic safety training knowledge required while working in the offshore industry. The course consists of the nine basic safety modules:. Our various offshore lifeboat coxswain training courses aim to provide delegates with the knowledge, skills and confidence to safely launch, operate and recover the TEMPSC using the systems and procedures appropriate to that particular craft. Our specialist offshore lifeboat coxswain training courses include:.
The BOSIET course should be taken by delegates looking to enter the offshore market for the first time, or those delegates whose previous safety training has lapsed beyond the refresher date of every 4 years. Within the Norwegian sector, all UK required certificates are accepted, however, the only stipulation is that Escape Chute Training is also required. The programme consists of practical training and exercises and theoretical input of the required elements as recognised under the mutual acceptance of Basic Safety and Emergency Preparedness. Delegates are assessed in accordance with the OLF curriculum for Additional training for Norwegian sector basic safety.
The course is designed for personnel intending to work on an offshore installation and forms part of a common Offshore Safety Induction process. To provide delegates with a basic level of understanding and awareness of safety and emergency response on offshore installations. Open navigation menu. Close suggestions Search Search.
The course is designed for personnel intending to work on an offshore installation and forms part of a common Offshore Safety Induction process. To provide delegates with a basic level of understanding and awareness of safety and emergency response on offshore installations. Open navigation menu. Close suggestions Search Search. User Settings.
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