Oil & Gas Training
and Competency Development

Discipline Health, Safety and Environment
LevelAwareness
Duration4 Days
Delivery Mechanism Classroom
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Newcomer Employee Workplace HSE

The course covers the awareness level of safety & health in the Oil & Gas Exploration & Production industry sector. 

  • Agenda
  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Agenda

    Day 1

    • Safety Briefing & Class rules
    • Introduction to the O&G E&P Industry Sector
    • General HSE Induction
    • The Fundamental Concepts of Quality, Safety, Health, Environmental Protection and Person Security
    • Personal Security
    • Environment
    • Health-Drug-Fatigue-Malaria-First Aid
    • Vehicle Passenger Safety and Responsibility
    • Debrief of Day 1

    Day 2

    • Review of Day 1 (TEST)
    • Hazard Identification in the Workplace
    • Hazard Analysis and Control methods and tools
    • Investigation: Responsibility at the accident scene
    • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    • Fire Prevention
    • Electrical Safety
    • Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
    • Debrief of Day 2

    Day 3

    • Review of Day 2
    • Hazardous Material Handling and Safety
    • Explosive Safety
    • Radiation Safety
    • Pressure Safety
    • Well Integrity Safety and Emergencies
    • Permit to Work (PTW)
    • Lock-Out/ Tag-Out (LO/TO)
    • Mechanical Lifting Safety
    • Debrief of Day 3
    • Final Test

    Day 4

    Stepping, Handling, & Lifting Techniques for Oil & Gas Operations Employees; HE-TC2-NXT22210

    • Topics, In Blended Learning Format:
    • Value of Teamwork to Injury Prevention;
    • Workplace physiology and human-body mechanics;
    • Pre-work Warm Up Exercises;
    • Stepping, Handling & Lifting (SHL) Body Protection Techniques;
    • Classroom practice and application of SHL Techniques;
    • Application of Observation / Intervention and Motivation in the workplace;
    • Hand & Boot Safety Emphasis;
    • Classroom practice in Observation / Intervention on SHL Techniques;
    • Optional Worksite practice in SHL Techniques and Observation / Intervention Techniques.

    Or

    Stepping, Handling, & Lifting Techniques and Desk Ergonomics for Office Employees; HE-TC2-NXT22220

     Topics, In Blended Learning Format:

    •  Workplace physiology and human-body mechanics;
    •  Pre-work Warm Up Exercises;
    •  Stepping, Handling & Lifting (SHL) Body Protection Techniques;
    •  Classroom practice and application of SHL Techniques;
    •  Application of Observation / Intervention and Motivation in the Office;
    •  Workstation Ergonomics;
    •  Workstation assessment of Ergonomic features.
  • Audience

    All newcomer field/operations employees should have an initial orientation of this sort before the first field exposure.

  • Prerequisites

    No prior expereince is required.

  • Prerequisites

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