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Course code: MUK-010
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 Minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: This course provides learners with an awareness of the hazards involved in working at height and gives an overview of industry best practice in relation to working at height.

 

Target Audience: This course is aimed at all personnel working in the Oil and Gas Industry.

 

Learning Objectives

LO1 Define what is meant by ‘working at height’

LO2 Identify the key pieces of legislation that help to control work at height

LO3 Explain the duties that are placed on employers and employees by the Work at Height Regulations

LO4 Describe the hazards involved in working at height

LO5 Explain the importance of planning and risk assessment

LO6 Describe the hierarchy of control for managing and selecting equipment for work at height

LO7 Identify the factors that should be considered when assessing the method to be used for working at height

LO8 Describe the main methods of access for working at height and give examples of the different types of working at height equipment

LO9 Describe the rules for working with ladders

LO10 Describe the rules for working with scaffolds

LO11 Explain the importance of inspecting equipment

Course code: MUK-006
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: To increase learners’ awareness of the importance of safe manual handling operations and the risks involved with manual handling. The course also aims to outline best practice for the correct handling techniques for safe lifting, and for the pushing and pulling of loads.

Target Audience: This course is aimed at all personnel working onshore and offshore

Learning Objectives

LO1 Define the term ‘manual handling’ and explain the importance of safe manual handling operations
LO2 Identify the types of injuries that may result from manual handling operations
LO3 Identify the legislation that is in place to regulate manual handling operations
LO4 Describe the duties that are placed on employers and employees by the Manual Handling Operations Regulations
LO5 Explain the importance of risk assessing manual handling operations
LO6 Identify the factors to consider when assessing manual handling operations and identify ways of reducing the risks of injury
LO7 Describe good handling techniques for safe lifting and the importance of working withinthe HSE manual handling risk assessment guidelines
LO8 Describe good handling techniques forpushing and pulling loads
LO9 Explain the training requirements associated with manual handling operations

Course code: MUK-003
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: This course aims to give offshore personnel the knowledge required to understand the hazards and controls associated with working in an environment where they could potentially be exposed to H2S

Learning Objectives

LO 1 Explain the physical properties and sources of H2S, and identify the areas on an offshore installation where you would expect to encounter H2S

LO 2 Explain the physiological effects of exposure to varying toxicity levels of H2S

LO 3 Explain the responsibilities and duties of all personnel and their duties under current legislation

LO 4 Explain the current legal occupational exposure limits for short and long term exposure periods relating to H2S

LO 5 Describe the various methods for detecting H2S 

LO 6 Describe the various personal and respiratory protection equipment required for undertaking tasks in areas where H2S may be present

LO 7 Explain the hazardous area classifications which may be encountered on an offshore installation and the associated control measures required  

LO 8 Explain the formal requirement for H2S contingency plans on installations

LO 9 Identify the different alarms encountered offshore and the emergency and evacuation procedures that should be followed

Course code: MUK-012
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: This course provides learners with an awareness of the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) and gives an overview of industry best practice in relation to working with lifting equipment.

Target Audience: This course is aimed at all personnel involved in lifting operations in the Oil and Gas Industry

Learning Objectives

LO1 Explain what LOLER is and to whom it applies
LO2 Identify the general requirements of LOLER
LO3 Identify the types of equipment and accessories that LOLER covers and its relationship to PUWER
LO4 Outline the main hazards involved in lifting operations including positioning and installation
LO5 Explain the organising, planning and risk assessment requirements for lifting operations, including the need for Lifting Plans
LO6 Describe the LOLER requirements associated with the lifting of persons or ‘man-riding’
LO7 Explain the LOLER requirements for the marking of equipment with their Safe Working Loads (SWL)
LO8 Describe the common roles involved in lifting operations
LO9 Explain the examination, inspection and maintenance requirements and the role of the competent person
LO10 Describe the record-keeping and defect reporting requirements under LOLER

Course code: MUK-022
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: This course aims to provide learners with an understanding of the dangers of asbestos, and how the risk involved in working with asbestos can be mitigated

Learning Objectives

LO1 Explain what asbestos is

LO2 Describe the hazards of asbestos

LO3 Describe the various types, properties and uses of asbestos

LO4 Identify areas where asbestos may still be found and describe how to identify its presence

LO5 Identify the risk reduction methods when working with asbestos

LO6 Describe the general procedures to deal with an emergency involving the uncontrolled release of asbestos dust

Course code: MUK-027
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide an awareness of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) and provide best practice for managing NORM in oil and gas producing facilities.

 

Learning Objectives

 

LO1 Define what is meant by NORM

LO2 Explain what is meant by ‘radioactive material’ and the difference between alpha particles, beta particles and gamma rays

LO3 Identify where NORM is found 

LO4 Describe the risks and hazards associated with NORM

LO5 Explain the purpose of radiation monitors 

LO6 Explain the importance of proper work planning

LO7 Identify control measures that can be used to minimise the risk posed by NORM

LO8 Describe the PPE that should be used when working with NORM

LO9 Explain how to limit decontamination and correctly dispose of NORM

Course code: MTP-033
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour
Language: Norwegian, English
Price: GBP 115,-

The purpose of the course is to prevent noise-induced hearing impairment. You will learn how loud sound and noise affect us. 

You will also learn how you can properly protect yourself against noise and why that is so important.

 

Course Content

- Demonstrate what it is like to have a hearing impairment

- Show how hearing damage may occur

- Explain the permanence of noise-induced hearing impairment

- Explain the link between exposure time and noise levels

- Show why it is important to use hearing protection and, not least, to use it correctly.

 

The course is based on the current rules and regulations for working in areas where there is a risk of being exposed to noise that may be damaging to health.

Course code: MUK-004
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: This course provides learners with an awareness of the CoSHH regulations, and how they control work with hazardous substances.
Target Audience: This course is aimed at all personnel working in the Oil and Gas Industry.

Learning Objectives
LO1 Explain the CoSHH regulations and their applicability to the Oil and Gas Industry

LO2 Explain the legal obligations under CoSHH for both employees and employers, and explain the REACH regulations

LO3 Explain the health effects of working with hazardous substances, and the various ways that these can enter the body

LO4 Explain the use of Material Safety Data Sheets, Labels and Assessments within the CoSHH regulations

LO5 Explain the common labelling system and identify the standard symbols

LO6 Explain the appropriate use of Personal Protective Equipment

LO7 Explain requirements for storage, handling and disposal of hazardous substances

LO8 Define the control measures for handling hazardous substances and explain the control hierarchy

LO9 Explain the process for dealing with hazardous substances in the event of a spill

LO10 Define the recording and reporting process within the CoSHH Regulations

Course code: MUK-007
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: To increase learners’ awareness of the risks of hand-arm vibration and the effects that it can cause. The course also looks at the control measures that should be taken to reduce exposure to vibration, based on industry best practice.

Target Audience: All onshore and offshore personnel that use vibration-inducing equipment.

Learning Objectives
LO1 Describe hand-arm vibration and the effects it can cause
LO2 Explain what Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is and how to identify its early symptoms
LO3 Identify the types of jobs and equipment that are most likely to involve hand-arm vibration and expose workers to the risk of health effects
LO4 Explain the duties of employers under the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations
LO5 Outline the measures that employees can take to reduce the risk of HAVS
LO6 Outline the duties of equipment manufacturers and suppliers in reducing vibration risks
LO7 Describe the process of assessing the vibration risk to employees in accordance with the Exposure Action Value (EAV) and Exposure Limit Value (ELV)
LO8 Describe the control measures that should be taken to reduce exposure to vibration
LO9 Explain the importance of monitoring exposure to vibration, and health surveillance
LO10 Explain the importance of information and training in reducing the risks to health from vibration

Course code: MUK-099
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide learners with an introduction to the rules and regulations that govern the use of display screen equipment (DSE), the health risks associated with DSE and the importance of ergonomics in maintaining good health 

 

Learning Objectives:

LO1 Explain what is meant by ‘display screen equipment’

LO2 Identify the regulations that govern the use of display screen equipment

LO3 Explain the responsibilities that employers have under the Health and Safety regulations 

LO4 Define what is meant by ‘ergonomics’

LO5 Explain why ergonomics should be considered when using display screen equipment

LO6 Describe the main health risks associated with using display screen equipment

LO7 Explain how to minimise the ergonomic risks associated with using display screen equipment (setting up a workstation)

LO8 Identify the measures that should be considered when using a laptop or portable device

LO9 Identify the measures that should be considered when hot-desking

 

Course code: MUK-031
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: To increase learners’ awareness of the potential for dropped objects, and to outline the responsibilities of personnel and actions to be taken to prevent dropped object incidents occurring. 

 

Learning Objectives

LO1 Define what is meant by a ‘dropped object’

LO2 Identify the common causes of dropped objects and their consequences and explain the importance of eliminating, or reducing the risk of, incidents occurring 

LO3 Identify the duties of employers and employees in eliminating dropped object incidents 

LO4 Identify areas with a high potential for injury to personnel should a dropped object incident occur

LO5 Identify examples of bad practice

LO6 Describe the measures that should be taken to control the risk of falling objects

 

Course code: MUK-032
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 20 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide learners with an awareness of nitrogen and provide best practice for work involving nitrogen in oil and gas producing facilities

Target Audience: All personnel who may be exposed to nitrogen in the workplace

Learning Objectives
LO1 Define nitrogen
LO2 Describe the properties of nitrogen
LO3 Explain why nitrogen is used in the workplace
LO4 Describe the hazards associated with nitrogen
LO5 Explain the importance of carrying out a risk assessment
LO6 Give examples of control measures that can be used to limit exposure to nitrogen
LO7 Describe how to use breathing apparatus
LO8 Explain how nitrogen affects the human body
LO9 Identify correct emergency response actions

Course code: MUK-132
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 2 hours
Language: English
Price: GBP 125,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide learners with industry best practice in relation to the transportation of dangerous goods by air (enable personnel to recognise the classes of dangerous goods and to pack, mark, label and document articles and items correctly) 

 

Target Audience/Categories of personnel:

 

This Dangerous Goods by Air Awareness course has been approved by HCA for offshore personnel involved in Helicopter operations in the following categories:

 

• Categories 7, 8 & 9

 

(Categories of personnel relate to those listed in Table 1.5.A of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations)

 

Learning Objectives:

 

Section 1: Introduction to Dangerous Goods

 

LO1 Define dangerous goods

LO2 Explain why dangerous goods are transported by air

LO3 Identify areas that require increased attention

LO4 Give an overview of the rules governing the transportation of dangerous goods

 

Section 2: Hazard Classes

 

LO5 Identify the different hazard classes

LO6 Define hazard class numbers and divisions

 

Section 3: Packing and Packaging

 

LO7 Describe how dangerous goods should be packed

LO8 Identify the different packing groups

LO9 Identify the different types of packaging

LO10 Describe the different types of packing methods

 

Section 4: Labelling

 

LO11 Identify the information that should be detailed on hazard labels

LO12 Identify the minimum pieces of information required to be detailed on dangerous goods labels

LO13 Describe how radioactive material is labelled

LO14 Identify the different types of handling labels

 

Section 5: Loading

 

LO15 Explain how dangerous goods should be loaded and stowed in aircraft

LO16 Describe the requirements that apply to a Class B cargo compartment

LO17 Explain how substances which may react with one another are loaded on board

LO18 Describe the requirements that apply to the loading of radioactive material

 

Section 6: Documentation

 

LO19 Identify who is responsible for documenting dangerous goods

LO20 Describe the use of the Shipper’s Declaration

LO21 Identify the personnel who should be provided with information on dangerous goods on board and aircraft

LO22 Describe the use of the NOTOC

 

Section 7: Emergency Procedures

 

LO23 Identify where to find information on emergency procedures in the event of an incident involving dangerous goods

LO24 Describe the actions to take in the event of an incident involving dangerous goods

 

Course code: MUK-011
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: This course aims to provide learners with an awareness of the requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment
Regulations (PUWER) and how they apply in the workplace.

Target Audience: This course is aimed at all personnel working in the Oil and Gas Industry.

Learning Objectives


LO1 Explain what PUWER is and to whom and where it applies

LO2 Identify the types of equipment to which PUWER applies

LO3 Describe how PUWER relates to other health and safety legislation

LO4 Identify the risks involved in working with equipment

LO5 Explain the ‘suitability of work equipment’ requirement and the importance of risk assessment

LO6 Explain the equipment maintenance and inspection requirements under PUWER

LO7 Explain the importance of training and instruction

LO8 Describe the hierarchy of control and the precautions that should be taken when working with dangerous machinery

LO9 Explain the requirements for the stopping and starting of equipment

LO10 Explain the requirement for isolation from sources of energy

LO11 Explain the importance of marking equipment and displaying warning signs

LO12 Describe the requirements for work involving mobile equipment

Course code: MUK-021
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal:

This course aims to provide all personnel with solid hazard identification awareness to enable them to evaluate hazards quickly and effectively so that they can carry out their duties as safely as possible. 

 

Learning Objectives

LO1 Explain the purpose of Hazard Identification 

LO2 Give examples of common, industry specific hazards

LO3 Demonstrate effective hazard identification

LO4 Identify the difference between occupational hazards and Major Accident Hazards

LO5 Describe the hazards posed by people

LO6 Explain the importance of reducing risks to ALARP (As Low as Reasonably Practicable)

LO7 Give examples of control measures and recognise how these systems are used to mitigate risk

LO8 Explain the purpose of a Risk Assessment and how it can be used to identify and mitigate potential hazards

LO9 Give examples of Major Accidents Hazards and recognise why they occurred

Course code: MUK-185
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal: This course aims to outline the risks posed by the legionella bacterium and provides an overview of the steps that should be taken to limit the risks posed to personnel in the workplace

 

Learning Objectives 

LO1 Give an overview of what legionella is and its health risk implications

LO2 Identify the areas of concern in the workplace as well as the factors which increase the risks and hazards 

LO3 Describe how to undertake a legionella risk assessment

LO4 Explain how to implement measures to eliminate, reduce and control the risk and spread of legionella, and

LO5 Explain the importance of testing and analysis 

LO6 Explain the importance of record-keeping

 

Course code: MUK-029
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 20 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide learners with an awareness of benzene and provide best practice for work with benzene in oil and gas producing facilities

Target Audience: All personnel who may be exposed to benzene in the workplace

Learning Objectives

LO1 Define benzene
LO2 Give examples of the uses of benzene
LO3 Explain where benzene can be found in the workplace
LO4 Describe the hazards of benzene
LO5 Explain how you can be exposed to benzene and what its effect can be
LO6 Identify the permissible workplace limits for benzene
LO7 Give examples of control measures that can be used to limit exposure to benzene
LO8 Explain how to identify hazardous areas
LO9 Explain the purpose of air monitoring
LO10 Describe how to use a respirator
LO11 Explain what to do in the event of a benzene spill

Course code: MUK-009
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: This course aims to give offshore personnel the knowledge required to understand the hazards and controls associated with noise in the workplace.

Target Audience: All personnel who could potentially be exposed to noise in the workplace on offshore installations

Learning Objectives:

LO1 Describe what noise-induced hearing loss is, and identify the early warning signs and symptoms to look out for
LO2 Explain the workings of the human ear, how noise exposure causes damage, and the effects of such damage
LO3 Explain the responsibilities and duties of employers and employees under current legislation
LO4 Explain how noise is measured and identify the noise levels above which employers should take action to reduce exposure
LO5 Explain the risk assessment requirements
LO6 Identify the control measures that should be taken to reduce exposure to noise
LO7 Explain the requirements for hearing protection; how to use the different methods of hearing protection and the importance of maintaining hearing protection
LO8 Explain the importance of health surveillance

Course code: MTP-036
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: GBP 100,-

Working in cold environments can be a significant challenge for comfort and the ability to perform work tasks in a safe and efficient manner. In this course you can learn about:

• Effects of cold
• Risk to health and performance
• Planning and risk reduction
• Clothing

Course code: MUK-018
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide all relevant personnel with the knowledge required to understand the hazards and controls associated with the use of abrasive wheels.

Target Audience: This course is aimed towards all personnel who use abrasive wheels in the workplace.

Learning Objectives

LO1 Explain what is meant by the term ‘Abrasive Wheel’
LO2 Explain the legislative requirements for abrasive wheels
LO3 Give examples of different types of abrasive wheels
LO4 Explain how abrasive wheels operate
LO5 Explain the importance of using guards during grinding operations
LO6 Explain the requirements for portable and hand-held grinding machines
LO7 Explain the main hazards of grinding operations
LO8 Give examples of common problems faced when using abrasive wheels
LO9 Explain what the PPE requirements are during grinding operations
LO10 Identify the safety measures that must be in place during grinding operations

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