Courses

HSE Orientation for Non-Supervisory Staff (ORTNS)
HSE Orientation for Supervisory Staff (ORTS)
Chemical Handling – Dealing with the risk (CHA)
Chemical Handling Awareness Scheduled Recertification
Environmental Awareness (EA)
Self Contained Breathing Apparatus & Confined Space Rescue
SCBA & Confined Space Rescue Scheduled Recertification
Staying Alive in a H2S environment (H2S)
Staying Alive in a H2S Environment scheduled Recertification
Conducting Health Risk Assessment (HRA)

HSE Orientation for Non-Supervisory Staff (ORTNS)

Target Audience

Newly hired, seconded or transferred staff into PDO & newly hired contractor personnel who are not in supervisory or management positions.

Note: Supervisor or manager can attend this course if there are insufficient attendees for an ORTS course, but he/she must state they are a supervisor when booking.

Aim

Provide new staff with basic awareness knowledge and understanding of work within the Oil and Gas industry related to health, safety, environment and sustainable development issues and on successful completion provide attendees with a PDO Approved HSE passport.

Upon successful completion of this course the attendee will be able to:

  • To introduce the new workers into the Oil and Gas HSE mindset, particularly in construction
  • Explore the ways in which people will be injured
  • Explain the basics of keeping safe
  • Explain the basics of tackling a fire
  • Explain the importance of the Golden Rules and Life Saving Rules
  • Explain how to report and accident and how to summon emergency services
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HSE Orientation for Supervisory Staff (ORTS)

Target Audience

Newly hired, seconded or transferred staff into PDO & newly hired contractor personnel who are supervisors or managers

Aim

Provide new staff with basic awareness knowledge and understanding of work within the Oil and Gas industry related to health, safety, environment and sustainable development issues and on successful completion provide attendees with a PDO Approved HSE passport.

Upon successful completion of this course the attendee will be able to:

  • To introduce the new workers into the Oil and Gas HSE mindset, particularly in construction
  • Explore the ways in which people will be injured
  • Explain the basics of keeping safe
  • Explain the basics of tackling a fire
  • Explain the importance of the Golden Rules and Life Saving Rules
  • Explain how to report and accident and how to summon emergency
    services
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Chemical Handling – Dealing with the risk (CHA)

Target Audience

Non-supervisory PDO & Contractor Drivers & Operational staff who are required to handle or transport hazardous chemicals as part of their work.

Aim

Be able to control, the potential safety and health hazards or environmental damage arising from the transport, storage, handling and disposal of hazardous chemicals.

Upon successful completion of this course the attendee will be able to:

  • Legislative responsibilities (Royal Decree No. 46/95 Issuing the Law of Handling and Use of Chemicals)
  • Identify the hazardous chemical class from signs, symbols and labels
  • Routes of Entry into the body
  • Describe the safety, Health and environmental hazards of commonly
    occurring hazardous chemicals
  • Safe systems of work & Personal Protective Equipment
  • Apply safety handling data in the SHOC system
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Chemical Handling Awareness Scheduled Recertification (CHAR)

Target Audience

Previously CHA trained non-supervisory PDO & Contractor Drivers & Operational staff who are required to handle or transport hazardous chemicals as part of their work.

Aim

To confirm previously trained staff remain able to control, the potential safety and health hazards or environmental damage arising from the transport, storage, handling and disposal of hazardous chemicals.

Upon successful completion of the course students will receive:

  • Confirm delegate’s ability to identify the hazardous chemical class from signs, symbols and labels
  • Confirm delegate’s ability to describe the safety, Health and environmental hazards of commonly occurring hazardous chemicals
  • Confirm delegate’s ability to apply safety handling date in SHOC system
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Environmental Awareness (EA)

Target Audience

Operations, drilling, well services and project team staff.

Aim

To provide the target population with an awareness of environmental issues and risks related to company activities and operations, and the means by which such issues can be managed.

Upon successful completion of this course the candidate will be able to:

  • PDO’s operations and activity environmental hazards and risks
  • The legal environment and key environmental limits PDO needs to comply with
  • The requirements for environmental impact assessments within PDO projects at the planning stage
  • Aspect/Impact of different activities/projects and their management
  • Integrated impact assessment
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Self Contained Breathing Apparatus & Confined Space Rescue (SCBA)

Target Audience

PDO & Contractor staff who are required to use SCBA for gas testing or other operational activities, or in operational emergencies.

Aim

To provide delegates with basic knowledge and understanding of SABA and SCBA, confined space entry hazards, controls and responsibilities, and the basic skills required to safely prepare and use a SCBA, in toxic, other irrespirable atmospheres, confined spaces and for emergency rescue purposes, solo or as a team member.

Upon successful completion of this course the candidate will be able to:

  • Be able to use, test and maintain SCBA for routine and non-routine activities
  • Identify the differences between SABA and SCBA
  • Recognise and identify confined space hazards, controls, key personnel and their responsibilities
  • Use SCBA under a variety of different circumstances, including devising and carrying out rescue plans
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SCBA & Confined Space Rescue Scheduled Recertification (SCBAR)

Target Audience

Personnel whose SCBA recertification is due.

Aim

To ensure delegates have retained their basic knowledge and understanding of SABA and SCBA, confined space entry hazards, controls and responsibilities, and the basic skills required to safely prepare and use a SCBA, in toxic, other irrespirable atmospheres, confined spaces and for emergency rescue purposes, solo or as a team member.

Upon successful completion of this course the candidate will be able to:

  • Confirm the delegate the differences between SABA and SCBA and can use, test and maintain it for routine and non-routine activities.
  • Confirm delegate recognises a confined space, the associated hazards, controls, key personnel and their responsibilities.
  • Provide opportunities to use SCBA under a variety of different circumstances, including devising and carrying out rescue plans.
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Staying Alive in a H2S environment (H2S)

Target Audience

All PDO and Contractor personnel who may need to enter PDO facilities (including well sites) classified as Low Risk or High Risk Sour as part of their work.

Aim

To provide individuals with awareness of the H2S hazard and an understanding of how to protect themselves and their colleagues against exposure.

Upon successful completion of this course the candidate will be able to:

  • Provide awareness of H2S and SO2 hazards and effects
  • Provide awareness of safe systems of work specific to Sour facilities
  • Provide knowledge of PPE required for Sour facilities
  • Emergency response procedures for PDO facilities classified as High Risk Sour or Critical High Risk Sour
  • Wind direction awareness and routes of egress
  • Demonstrated checks, use & care of RPE for working in an H2S & SO2 atmosphere
  • Proper response to warning signals for H2S & SO2 detection systems used at the workplace
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Staying Alive in a H2S Environment scheduled Recertification (H2SR)

Target Audience

All PDO and Contractor personnel who trained on H2S courses after January 2012 and who may need to enter PDO facilities (including well sites) classified as Low Risk or High Risk Sour as part of their work.

Aim

To confirm individuals have retained awareness of the H2S hazard and an understanding of how to protect themselves and their colleagues against exposure.

Upon successful completion of this course the candidate will be able to:

  • Confirm delegate’s awareness of H2S and SO2 hazards and effects
  • Confirm delegate’s awareness of safe systems of work specific to Sour facilities
  • Confirm delegate’s knowledge of PPE required for Sour facilities
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Conducting Health Risk Assessment (HRA)

Target Audience

Industrial Hygienists, HSE Advisors, PTW Signatories, Permit Applicants.

Aim

To enable attendees to identify health hazards, assess the risk and implement controls whilst conducting and preparing Job Type HRA’s.

Upon successful completion of this course the candidate will be able to:

  • Prepare delegates to identify health hazards i.e. chemical, physical, biological, ergonomic and psycho-social
  • Confirm delegates’ ability to conduct health risk assessments, health surveillance measuring and monitoring, and to recommend appropriate controls
  • Prepare delegates to use the Job Type HRA template to demonstrate hazards are controlled to ALARP
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