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Course code: MUK-200
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English (US)
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal: 

This course aims to give offshore and onshore personnel working in the US the knowledge required to understand the hazards and controls associated with working in an environment where they could be exposed to H2S.

 

Target Audience: 

All personnel who could potentially be exposed to H2S in the workplace 

 

Learning Objectives

 

LO1  Give an overview of the physical properties and sources of hydrogen sulfide

LO2 Identify the areas on an offshore installation or onshore facility where you would expect to encounter hydrogen sulfide

LO3 Explain the physiological effects of exposure to varying toxicity levels of hydrogen sulfide

LO4 Explain the responsibilities and duties of all personnel under current regulatory guidance (incident reporting and record keeping)

LO5 Explain the occupational exposure limits for hydrogen sulfide (OSHA PEL, ACGIH TLV-TWA, mentioned applicable State PEL)

LO6 Describe the different methods used for detecting hydrogen sulfide

LO7 Describe the various personal and respiratory protection equipment required for undertaking work in areas where hydrogen sulfide may be present (use, care, inspection)

LO8 Give an overview of typical control measures which may be required  

LO9 Explain the requirement for hydrogen sulfide contingency plans and emergency response

Course code: MUK-033
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 mercury and provide best practice for working with mercury in oil and gas producing facilities

 

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

 

Learning Objectives

 

LO1 Define mercury, identify the forms that it can take and where it can be found

LO2 Identify recommended mercury exposure limits

LO3 Describe the hazards associated with mercury

LO4 Describe the effects of mercury contamination

LO5 Give examples of control measures that can be used to limit workplace exposure

Course code: MUK-188
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

This course aims to provide learners with an overview of industry best practice in relation to confined space entry work.

 

Learning Objectives

- LO1 Explain what is meant by a Confined Space
- LO2 Give examples of Confined Spaces
- LO3 Describe the dangers that can be caused by confined space entry work
- LO4 Identify the legal requirements associated with confined space entry work
- LO5 Explain how to avoid entering confined spaces
- LO6 Explain the importance of having a Safe System of Work in place
- LO7 Describe individual roles and responsibilities involved in Confined Space Entry work
- LO8 Explain the requirements for gas testing
- LO9 Identify acceptable levels for atmospheric test results
- LO10 Give examples of Confined Space Entry site safety equipment
- LO11 Explain the actions to take in an emergency situation
- LO12 Explain Confined Space Entry alarm procedures

Course code: MUK-008
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: This course aims to increase learners’ awareness of the risks, and consequences, of slips, trips and falls in the workplace and the control measures and steps that can be taken to reduce the risk of slips, trips and falls, based on industry best practice.

Target Audience: All onshore and offshore personnel

Learning Objectives

LO1 Outline the extent of the problem of slips, trips and falls at work
LO2 Identify the causes of slips, trips and falls
LO3 Identify the key pieces of legislation that are in place to reduce the risk of slips, trips and falls occurring
LO4 Explain the duties of employers in preventing slips, trips and falls in the workplace
LO5 Explain the hierarchy of controls in preventing, and reducing, the risk of slips
LO6 Explain the actions that can be taken to prevent and reduce the risk of trips
LO7 Explain the responsibilities of employees in preventing slips, trips and falls

Course code: MUK-245
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English (US)
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal:

This course aims to provide learners with an overview of US best practice in relation to incident reporting and investigation.

 

Learning Objectives:

LO1 Define what is meant by the terms ‘incident’, ‘accident’ and ‘near miss’ 

LO2 Explain the purpose of, and reasons for, incident reporting and investigation

LO3 Outline the key roles and responsibilities involved in reporting and investigating an incident

LO4 Explain how to determine the appropriate level of investigation using an incident severity risk assessment

LO5 Identify the key steps involved in a typical incident investigation process

LO6 Describe the requirement for analysis of the causes of the incident

LO7 Describe Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

LO8 Describe how to identify suitable control measures 

LO9 Describe the requirement for an incident action plan and its implementation using SMART principles

 

Course code: MUK-091
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 80,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide learners with an overview of Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams

 

Learning Objectives

Section One: Introduction

Identify the three main drawing types used by process operations personnel in the Oil and Gas Industry

Explain why drawings use standardised codes and symbols

Identify the purpose of symbols

Identify the purpose of codes

Describe standards with regard to codes and symbols

Explain why Legend Sheets are required

 

Section Two: Process Flow Schemes 

Identify when a Process Flow Scheme would be required

Illustrate an example of a Process Flow Scheme

Illustrate the design and creation of a typical Process Flow Scheme

 

Section Three: Process Flow Diagrams 

Identify when a Process Flow Diagram would be required

Illustrate an example of a Process Flow Diagram

Illustrate the design and creation of a typical Process Flow Diagram

 

Section Four: Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams 

Identify when a Piping and Instrumentation Diagram would be required

Identify the specific sections of the P and ID’s 

Identify the drawing history

Identify the drawing number and title

Illustrate the design and creation of a typical P and ID

 

Section Five: Reading Process Diagrams

Identify the different process by line recognition

Recognise Equipment numbering

Recognise abbreviations

 

Section Six: Process Systems

Identify line symbols

Identify valve symbols

Identify general piping symbols

Identify pumps and other equipment

Identify fire protection systems

 

Section Seven: Instrumentation Systems

Describe the instrumentation symbols

Define Level control

Define Pressure control

Define Flow control

Define Temperature control

Course code: MUK-102
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 50 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

 

Target Audience: All personnel

 

Learning Objectives

LO1 Identify the main environmental issues that affect the Oil and Gas industry, both on and offshore

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 Explain the role of the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)

LO5a Explain the role of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) and the Environment Agency (EA)

LO6 Define what is meant by environmental ‘aspects’ and ‘impacts’

LO7 Identify the activities that can contribute towards atmospheric pollution

LO8 Identify the activities that can contribute towards water pollution

LO9 Identify typical spill sources

LO10 Describe the environmental effects of chemical discharges

LO11 Identify the sources and impacts of disturbance of the seabed by the Oil and Gas Industry

LO12 Identify the sources and impacts of noise from oil and gas operations

LO13 Identify the activities that can generate waste

LO14 Describe ways in which the impact on the environment can be minimised

LO15 Explain that everyone has a role to play in protecting the environment

Course code: MUK-133
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 sea. The course should enable personnel to recognise the classes of dangerous goods and to pack, mark, label and document articles and items correctly.

 

Target Audience: Personnel, both on and offshore, who are involved in the preparation of dangerous goods for transportation by sea

 

Learning Objectives:

Section 1: Introduction to Dangerous Goods

LO1 Define dangerous goods

LO2 Give an overview of the rules governing the transportation of dangerous goods

LO3 Identify the responsibilities of personnel involved in transporting dangerous goods by sea

Section 2: Hazard Classes

LO4 Identify the different hazard classes

LO5 Define hazard class numbers and divisions

LO6 Describe what is meant by a ‘marine pollutant’

Section 3: Packing and Packaging

LO7 Identify the different packing groups

LO8 Identify the different packing groups for radioactive material

LO9 Describe how dangerous goods should be packed

LO10 Identify different types of packaging

Section 4: Labelling

LO11 Identify the information that should be detailed on hazard labels

LO12 Identify the information that should be detailed on handling labels

LO13 Identify risk label requirements

Section 5: Placarding, Stowage and Segregation

LO14 Explain when placards are used and their requirements

LO15 Describe how large units for goods transport should be marked

LO16 Outline the requirements for the stowage of dangerous goods on board

LO17 Identify different storage categories

LO18 Explain the requirements for segregation of dangerous goods

LO19 Describe the requirements for compatibility groups

Section 6: Documentation

LO20 Identify who is responsible for documenting dangerous goods

LO21 Describe the requirements for transportation documentation

Section 7: Emergency Procedures

LO22 Explain the purpose of the EmS guide and emergency schedule

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-209
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English (US)
Price: GBP 80,-

Course Goal:

This course aims to increase the learner's awareness of US best practice in relation to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and outline the responsibilities of employers and personnel in relation to PPE.

 

Learning Objectives

 Section 1: The Importance of PPE

LO1 Define what is meant by Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

LO2 Identify the regulations surrounding the use of PPE

LO3 Describe the Hierarchy of Control measures

LO4 Describe the duties and responsibilities of employers in relation to PPE

LO5 Explain the importance of PPE-related training, information and instruction 

LO6 Describe the responsibilities of personnel in relation to PPE

 

Section 2: Types of PPE

LO7 Identify the different types of PPE 

LO8 Describe how to select, use and maintain different types of PPE

 

Section 3: PPE Requirements

LO9 Identify different types of Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE)

LO10 Explain the requirements for face fit testing

LO11 Explain the requirements for the use of fall protection

LO12 Explain the requirements for assessing the suitability and compatibility of PPE

LO13 Describe the four levels of PPE protection

LO14 Explain the importance of proper donning and doffing techniques

 

Course code: MUK-210
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 35 minutes
Language: English (US)
Price: GBP 40,-

Course Goal:

This course provides learners with an awareness of US best practice in relation to working at height and fall protection.

 

Learning Objectives:

LO1 Identify when fall protection is required

LO2 Identify the legislative and regulatory requirements for fall protection that help to control work at height

LO3 Explain the duties that are placed on employers and employees

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 fall protection equipment 

LO7 Identify the factors that should be considered when assessing fall protection methods

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

LO9 Describe the rules for working with ladders

LO10 Describe the rules for working with scaffolds

LO11 Explain the importance of inspecting equipment

LO12 Explain how to correctly use a safety harness

 

Course code: MUK-025
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 40,-

Course goal: This course aims to provide awareness of how gas hydrates may be formed and the effects that they can have on pipeline flow assurance. The course examines what hydrates are, how they are formed and their molecular structure. It discusses flow assurance, details the risks of pipeline plugging by hydrates, and outlines the various methods of controlling hydrate formation

Target Audience: Process Operators

Learning Objectives

LO1 Identify what hydrates are
LO2 Describe how hydrates are formed
LO3 Describe the structure of hydrates
LO4 Describe flow assurance
LO5 Identify the potential for hydrate plugging
LO6 Describe the methods used to control hydrate formation
LO7 Identify methods of hydrate control using chemical injection
LO8 Describe new technology for the control of hydrates

Course code: MUK-110
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Price: GBP 80,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide learners with an overview of industry best practice in relation to accident and incident investigation

 

Target Audience: All relevant personnel

 

Learning Objectives:

 

LO01 Define what is meant by the terms ‘accident’ and ‘incident’

LO02 Explain the importance of accident and incident investigation

LO03 Explain the purpose of, and reasons for, investigating accidents and incidents

LO04 Give an overview of accident and incident notification and reporting requirements

LO05 Outline the key roles and responsibilities involved in investigating and reporting an accident or incident

LO06 Explain how to determine the appropriate level of investigation using an incident severity risk assessment

LO07 Identify the key steps involved in a typical accident and incident investigation process

LO08 Describe typical information gathering requirements

LO09 Describe the requirement for analysis of the causes of the accident or incident

LO10 Describe Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

LO11 Explain the significance of human factors in contributing to accidents and incidents

LO12 Describe how to identify suitable risk control measures

LO13 Describe the requirement for an accident or incident action plan and its implementation using SMART principles

Course code: MTP-075
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 40 Minutes
Language: English (US)
Price: GBP 40,-

This course aims to provide an overview of US best practice in relation to drug and alcohol awareness in the workplace.

This course provides drug and alcohol awareness, information on company policies, and the effects of alcohol abuse, illegal drug use, and the abuse of prescription drugs. It is designed to enable you to:

• Identify various types of common drugs

• Be familiar with drug and alcohol laws and regulations

• Find company policies on alcohol and controlled substances

• Explain the various methods of alcohol and drug testing routinely used in the workplace

 

Course code: MUK-010-FT
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: Not set
Language: English
Price: GBP 50,-

FAST TRACK is a learning method which provides you with bespoke learning content by identifying any knowledge gaps you may have in a particular subject area.

 

FAST TRACK is a pre-assessment learning tool which is designed to assess your existing knowledge of a particular subject area. The pre-assessment uses a pool of questions to test your current knowledge. The results of this assessment help identify your personal knowledge gaps. FAST TRACK then automatically creates a bespoke course to address these knowledge gaps.

 

This course covers the following 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: MGM-030
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 40 minutes
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: GBP 100,-

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.

Course code: MUK-024
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 2 Hours
Language: English
Price: GBP 125,-

Course goal: 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.

Target Audience: Work Party Members

Sections:

Section 1: Course Overview
Section 2: Introduction to Safe Systems of Work (SSOW)
Section 3: Case Studies
Section 4: Work Control Certificates and Supporting Documentations
Section 5: SSOW Roles and Responsibilities
Section 6: Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
Section 7: Communication
Section 8: SSOW User
Section 9: Course Summary

Course code: MUK-006P
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: Brazilian Portuguese
Price: NOK 500,-

The course aims 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.

 

Kursinnhold

- Define the term ‘manual handling’ and explain the importance of safe manual handling operations
- Identify the types of injuries that may result from manual handling operations
- Identify the legislation that is in place to regulate manual handling operations
- Describe the duties that are placed on employers and employees by the Manual Handling Operations
Regulations
- Explain the importance of risk assessing manual handling operations
- Identify the factors to consider when assessing manual handling operations
- Describe good handling techniques for safe lifting and the importance of working within the HSE manual
handling risk assessment
- Describe good handling techniques for pushing and pulling loads
- Explain the training requirements associated with manual handling operations

Course code: SS-12
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 75 Minutes
Language: English
Price: GBP 75,-

(1) Hot work (any operation involving naked flames or producing heat and/or sparks or any operation that has spark potential)

(2) Confined space criteria

(3) The type of operations being tested for flammable and toxic gases

(4) Roles and responsibilities of the Fire Watch

(5) Roles and responsibilities of the Standby Person

(6) Responsibilities of the Gas Monitor role

(7) How to select, use and care for PPE

(8) How to work within the safe system of work

(9) The hazards and properties of flammable gases

(10) The behaviour of different flammable and toxic gases

(11) The potential arrival of flammable gas or vapour clouds at the hot work site

(12) Impact of environmental changes on working conditions

(13) Importance of checking the controls on equipment are as specified

(14) Importance of regular communication

(15) Sources of assistance and specialist support

(16) Completion of relevant documentation

Course code: MUK-003
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: Brazilian Portuguese
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 hydrogen sulphide

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

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 hydrogen sulphide

 

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

 

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 hydrogen sulphide

 

LO 5 Describe the various methods for detecting hydrogen sulphide

 

LO 6 Describe the various personal and respiratory protection equipment required for undertaking tasks in areas where hydrogen sulphide 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 hydrogen sulphide contingency plans on installations

 

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

Course code: MTP-073
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 Minutes
Language: English (US)
Price: GBP 40,-

This course aims to provide learners with an awareness of US best practice in relation to the values that govern responsible corporate practice and personal behaviors in the workplace.

 

The Code of Conduct course provides an overview of the common values that govern responsible corporate practice and personal behaviour in a company. The course will identify the responsibilities of employees and our common responsibilities toward each other in the workplace. You will learn about applicable laws on human rights, equality, discrimination and corruption. During the course, you will be asked to make your own decisions in relevant dilemmas involving sexual harassment, bullying, discrimination and corruption.

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