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Course code: MTP-030
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 20 minutes
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: GBP 45,-

The course gives an introduction to the Compliance and Leadership model. The model describes how to plan, carry out and evaluate deliveries in order to ensure safe, consistent and high quality operations.

 

Course content:
- Introduction
- The steps in the model
- The role of the manager
- Learning – individually, in the team, and collectively
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: NOG-088/090-F
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: GBP 16,-

This course builds upon the basic “Work permits and safe job analysis” course, and is particularly focused on roles and responsibilities in this context. The purpose of this learning initiative is to contribute to ensuring a common overall understanding and best practice for personnel involved in the work permits system.

 

The course can be used as a part of the company’s internal training.

 

The purpose of this learning initiative is to contribute to ensuring a common overall understanding and best practice for personnel involved in the work permits system. The course can be used as a part of the company’s internal training.

 

Course Content
The course consists of seven modules, one for each of the roles included in the NOG guidelines 088/work permits system:
- Applicant
- Area and Operations Supervisor
- HSE Function
- Platform Manager
- Area Technician
- Executing Skilled Worker
- CCR Technician
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-198
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 125,-

This course is designed to inform and train people to achieve a much higher level of understanding of roles, responsibilities and accountabilities within SSOW. It aims to ensure that all members of the global Oil and Gas workforce have a consistent and common understanding and approach to Control of Work to enable it to be consistently applied across the Industry.

This course contains the following sections:

Section 1: Course Overview
Section 2: Introduction to Safe Systems of Work
Section 3: Case Studies
Section 4: WCCs and Supporting Documentation
Section 5: Roles and Responsibilities
Section 6: Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
Section 7: Communication
Section 8: User
Section 9: Permit Holder
Section 10: Permit Issuer/Permit Verifier
Section 11: RPE/REP

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-074
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal: To provide learners with an awareness of the potential environmental impacts associated with oily discharges to sea, as well as the legislation and control measures that are in place to minimise these impacts.

 

Learning Objectives

LO1 Identify the different types of oily discharges to sea and explain how to minimise them

LO2 Identify that produced water is the main source of oily discharges 

LO3 Explain the difference between planned operational discharges and accidental releases 

LO4 Explain what is meant by ‘produced water’ and describe how to minimise it

LO5 Identify the environmental impacts associated with oily discharges 

LO6 Describe the legislative controls that are in place to control oily discharges

LO7 Give examples of what you can do to minimise environmental damage from oily discharges

 

Course code: RV-COR2
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 9 Minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 0,-
Course code: MUK-072
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal: To provide learners with an awareness of the environmental impacts associated with the use and discharge of chemicals in the Oil and Gas Industry and the legislation and control measures that are in place to minimise the impact on the environment.

Target Audience: All relevant personnel

 

Learning Objectives

 

LO1 Explain the purpose of chemical use in the Oil and Gas Industry

LO2 Give examples of the types of chemicals used in the Oil and Gas Industry

LO3 Explain how chemicals can enter the environment 

LO4 Give an overview of the potential environmental impacts of chemical use and discharge

LO5 Identify the legislative requirements governing the use of chemicals 

LO6 Identify the type of chemical permit applications required for different operations

LO7 Identify the actions to take in the event of a chemical spill

LO8 Give examples of how to ensure compliance with legislative requirements

LO9 Explain good practice in relation to the storage of chemicals

LO10 Detail the different control measures that can be implemented to reduce potential environmental risk

LO11 Explain how to correctly dispose of chemicals after use

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: MGM-023
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 50 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 55,-

Course objective:  The primary goal of this course are awareness and knowledge of Ballast Water Management in accordance with the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments, referred to as the BWM Convention.

• Know the historical background, the main structure and the aim of the Convention.

• Be familiar with the crew and staff obligations under the BWM Convention, including requirements for a ballast water management plan and ballast water record book.

• Know the adopted regulatory requirements and enforcement of ballast water management.  

• Know how to prevent the negative effects of ballast-borne invasive species.

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: MGM-014-CERT
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour 40 minutes + ...
Language: English
Price: GBP 280,-

After successfully completing this course, you should be able to undertake the duties and responsibilities of a Ship Security Officer, as defined in section A/12.2 of the ISPS Code and in section A-VI/5 of the STCW Code. The course enables you to maintain and supervise the implementation of the Ship Security Plan, evaluate security risk, threat and vulnerability, make regular inspections to ensure that appropriate safeguards are implemented and maintained, and ensure that the security systems are operated, tested and calibrated correctly.

 

The course is a combined training consisting of: 

- E-learning

- Onboard training (exercises and checklists)

To complete the course, it is required that you are employed by a company which has a plan for onboard training with these kinds of activities. 

The course will not be approved for any persons without a connection to a company as described above.

The course is approved by the Norwegian Maritime Authority. Approved certificate as Ship Security Officer will be issued upon course completion.

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: MTP-059
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: GBP 40,-

The course will make you aware of aspects relating to anti-corruption and anti-bribery and will familiarize you with the relevant legislation. During the course you will encounter common dilemmas where you will be asked to make your own decisions. The feedback in the exercises will enable you to handle various questions and tricky situations.

Course code: MUK-071
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal: To provide learners with an awareness of the environmental issues associated with atmospheric emissions and how these impacts can be minimised

Target Audience: All personnel

Learning Objectives

LO1 Identify the sources and composition of atmospheric emissions
LO2 Describe the environmental impacts associated with atmospheric emissions
LO3 Describe the regulatory controls relating to atmospheric emissions
LO4 Explain the permitting, monitoring and reporting requirements related to atmospheric emissions
LO5 Explain the ways in which companies can manage their atmospheric emissions to minimise environmental impact
LO6 Describe the everyday actions that all personnel can take in order to reduce atmospheric emissions

Course code: MUK-002
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: This course aims to increase learners’ awareness of the environmental aspects and impacts related to the Oil and Gas Industry and the actions that can be taken to minimise environmental damage

 

Learning Objectives

 

LO1 Identify the main environmental issues that affect the Oil and Gas Industry

LO2 Explain the importance of being an environmentally responsible company

LO3 Explain the company’s commitment to managing environmental issues

LO4 Explain the role of ISO 14001 in environmental management

LO5 Define what is meant by environmental ‘aspects’ and ‘impacts’

LO6 Identify the activities that can contribute towards atmospheric pollution 

LO7 Identify the activities that can contribute towards water pollution

LO8 Identify typical spill sources

LO9 Describe the environmental effects of chemical discharges

LO10Identify the sources and impacts of disturbance of the seabed by the Oil and Gas Industry 

LO11 Identify the sources and impacts of noise from oil and gas operations 

LO12 Identify the activities that can generate waste

LO13 Describe ways in which the impact on the environment can be minimised

LO14 Explain that everyone has a role to play in protecting the environment

 

Course code: MUK-017
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 5 hours
Language: English
Price: GBP 125,-

Course goal: This course aims to provide the knowledge and techniques for carrying out gas testing

 

Target Audience: Production Operators

 

1: Introduction

2: Hazards Associated with Gases and Vapours

3: Flammable Atmospheres

4: Fire and Explosions

5: Toxic Atmospheres

6: Oxygen Deficiency and Oxygen Enrichment

7: The Hazards of Confined Spaces

8: The Gas Monitor

9: Using Gas Testing Equipment when Carrying out Fire Watch Duties

10: Using the Gas Testing Equipment to Clear an Area Prior to Hot Work

11: Using the Gas Testing Equipment to Identify a Potential Gas Leak

12: Using the Gas Testing Equipment to Test the Atmosphere of a Confined Space Prior to Entry

13: Using the Gas Testing Equipment during Purging Operations

14: Final Assessment

Course code: MTP-063
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: Approx. 2 hours
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: NOK 1150,-

The course meets the requirements set in § 7 of the "Safety Regulations for Work and Operation of Electrical Equipment and Installations- FSE", that relevant personnel shall be given annual training and instruction in FSE. The course also provides the necessary training and instruction in first aid, focusing on electrical injuries, with the exception of the mandatory practical training in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR). 

The regulations of various authorities make FSE applicable to all those working with electricity, whether on board ship, on platforms or on land. This course is suitable for all, regardless of which industry you work in.

Throughout the course the focus is on attitudes and the individual's responsibility to follow the regulations. FSE training is about acquiring knowledge about the regulations, but it is equally important for the individual to understand why we have these regulations. It is crucial to succeed in getting the individual to understand the importance of working safely, so that the electrical safety develops in the right direction and that the number of accidents is reduced. 

The authorities require that training in FSE and first aid in the event of electrical accidents is undertaken at least once a year. No more than 12 months shall elapse between training courses.

This course does not have the fast track function with pretest. The fast track version is to be found in the course catalogue with the course name FSE High and Low Voltage (fast track) and course code MTP-063-FT.

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