Basic Offshore Safety Induction
& Emergency Training (5700)
|Course Length:||2 days|
|Course Times:||7.30am to 4.30pm (7.15am registration)|
|Cost:||$1950.00 per participant (GST free) - light lunch included|
||Undertake Helicopter Safety and Escape|
|PMAOHS215A||Apply Offshore Facility Abandonment and Sea Survival procedures & practices|
|MSAPMOHS212A||Undertake first response to fire incident|
This program is designed for personnel who are new to the offshore oil and gas industry, and who require the safety and emergency response training and assessment requirement to work in an offshore environment.
N.B. There are physical aspects of this training including water based activities.
Please bring bathers & towel. Coveralls and footwear are provided for water based activities. Showers are available on site.
Participants must produce a current Medical Certificate (no older than 3 months) as proof of fitness for training. Download blank medical certificate
N.B. It is an OPITO requirement that Government Issued PHOTO ID (i.e. Passport, Drivers License) is required to be sighted and signed off by the facilitator. Failure to provide the necessary ID will result in training being refused.
- Offshore hazards
- Waste disposal/environment awareness
- Role of the HSE/offshore safety regulations
- Permit to work
- Procedures for prescribed medicines offshore
- Alcohol and substance abuse policy
- PPE requirements
- Procedure for reporting incidents, accidents and near misses
- Role of the medic
Helicopter Safety and Escape
- Donning a transit type survival suit, aviation lifejacket and Emergency Breathing System Equipment (EBS)
- Operation and use of EBS during pool exercises
- Actions in preparation for a helicopter ditching and an emergency landing
- Actions following a variety of emergency scenarios with a helicopter
- Donning of a permanent buoyancy lifejacket prior to use in an emergency
- Actions when mustering, boarding and launching a survival craft (TEMPSC)
- The first aid actions suitable for use in a life raft and TEMPSC
- Fitting of a helicopter strop and body posture during winching
Fire Rescue and Self Rescue
- Use of appropriate hand held portable fire extinguisher
- Use of small bore fire hose reel and fire blanket
- Appropriate self rescue techniques using a smoke hood and an escape type breathing apparatus
Participants will demonstrate/explain/identify their level of knowledge, skills and understanding through oral and/or written questioning and practical activities by our qualified facilitators.
Clothing and Footwear
A minimum standard of clothing for practical training consisting of long trousers and long sleeved shirt is mandatory. Accrete operates an enclosed shoe site, fully enclosed footwear is required. Failure to wear the correct clothing or footwear may result in training being refused.
Drug and Alcohol Policy
Alcohol cannot be consumed on Accrete premises. In the opinion of management, if a participant is under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol, then management shall remove that person from Accrete premises. Notification to the person's employer may be made if the employer paid for the course.