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    HSE Passport Training Program - RILS

    The HSE Passport Training Program is designed for all new hires in the Oil & Gas Exploration & Production industry Sector, it's a minimum training focused on field engineers/supervisors, this program is covering the Awareness level of safety, health & environment in the Oil & Gas Exploration & Production industry, and participants will understand the fundamentals concepts of Health, Safety & Environment, this is a mandatory HSE training program for all the new employees before they commence their job in the field, HSE PAssport training programs covers 21 HSE Awareness topics.
    HSE Passport training program delivery mechanism can be through in-class or RILS (Remote Instructor Led Series).


    HSE Passport Training Program is designed to be delivered in 8 Modules, each Module will take One day as below.

    MODULE 1   1 DAY Topic 1 Occupational Health and Hygiene
    Topic 2 Basic First Aid
    Topic 3 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    MODULE 2   1 DAY Topic 1 DROPS/Working at Height
    Topic 2 Basic Mechanical Lifting Safety
    MODULE 3   1 DAY Topic 1 Hazardous Material Handling and Safety
    Topic 2 Confined Space Entry
    MODULE 4   1 DAY Topic 1 Injury Prevention Program
    Topic 2 Hand Injuries Prevention
    MODULE 5   1 DAY Topic 1 Electrical Safety
    Topic 2 Fire Safety
    Topic 3 Pressure Safety
    Topic 4 Radiation Safety
    MODULE 6   1 DAY Topic 1 Fatigue Management
    Topic 2 Basic Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
    Topic 3 Observation Intervention (BBS)
    MODULE 7   1 DAY Topic 1 Hazard Analysis and Risk Control
    Topic 2 Permit To Work (PTW)
    Topic 3 Lock-out/Tag-out (LOTO)
    MODULE 8   1 DAY Topic 1 Basic HSE Incident Investigation
    Topic 2 Management of Change

    Module 1
    • Occupational Health and Hygiene
      • Occupational Health & Hygiene Objective
      • Health Risks in the Oil & Gas Sector
      • Chemical Health Risks in O&G
      • Safety Data Sheet
      • Sections of Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
      • Chemical Health Risks in Oil & Gas Sector
      • Physical Health Risks in Oil & Gas Sector
      • Ergonomic Health Risks in Oil & Gas Sector
      • Biological Health Risks in O&G
      • Group Exercise
    • Basic First Aid
      • Learning Outcome
      • Training Objective
      • What is First Aid?
      • Aim of First Aid
      • Group Exercise
      • First Aid Behavior
      • Your Role in First Aid
      • Assess and Protect
      • Protect
      • Assess and Examine
      • Examine
      • To Assess and Alert
      • Alert
    • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
      • Introduction.
      • What is PPE
      • Best Practice - PPE 
      • What does it do
      • Why do we use it
      • PPE Hierarchy Control
      • Specialized PPE
      • PPE Plans
      • Safety Data Sheet - SDS’s
      • Personal Protective Equipment Codes


    Module 2
    • DROPS/Working at Height
      • DROPS Risk
      • DROPS Initiative & Scope
      • Dropped Object Classification & Causes
      • Dropped Object Risk Control (Static and Dynamic)
      • Dropped Objects ZONES
      • Working at Height Hazards & Risk Control
      • DROPS Calculator
    • Basic Mechanical Lifting Safety
      • Forklift Illustration
      • Learning Outcome
      • Training Objective
      • Mechanical Lifting Risk
      • Group Exercise
      • Lifting Equipment Categories
      • Lifting Equipment Safety
      • Mobile Crane
      • Mobile Crane Illustration
      • Overhead Crane
      • Overhead Crane Illustration
      • Forklift Safety
      • Lifting Gear & Accessories
      • Lifting Accessories Types
      • Lift Plan
      • Lifting Hand Signals
      • Summary
    • Module 3
    • Hazardous Material Handling and Safety
      • Introduction
      • Expectation
      • Hazardous Material – HAZMAT
      • Hazardous Material
      • Recognize and Evaluate  Chemical Hazards
      • Safety Data Sheet  (SDS)
      • Globally Harmonized  System (GHA)
      • Routes of Entry
      • Group Exercise
      • Physical Hazards
      • Health Hazards
      • Environmental Hazards
      • HAZCOM Components
      • Examples of Chemical Hazard Control
      • Safety Data Sheet – SDS
      • Safety Data Sheet SDS – 16 OSHA Sections  Illustration
      • Sections of Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
      • Globally Harmonized System (GHA)
      • Globally Harmonized System Pictograms
      • Globally Harmonized System Label
      • GHS Statements
      • Statements Example: “Hazard” vs “Precautionary”
    • Confined Space Entry
      • Learning Outcome
      • Training Objective
      • Confined Space Safety Objective
      • Confined Space Safety
      • What is a Confined Space?
      • CSE definition by NIOSH
      • CSE definition by OSHA
      • Why are we concerned
      • Cause of fatality in Confined Space
      • Permit Required for Confined Space Entry
      • Non-Permit Required for Confined Space Entry
      • Group Exercise
      • Permit vs. Non-Permit-Required CSEs
      • Potential Hazards in CSE
      • Key Definitions
      • Entry
      • Entrant
      • IDLH
      • Attendant
      • Entry Supervisor
      • Confined Space Permit Example
      • Emergency Rescue is NOT your Job
      • Confined Spaces Should be Marked
    Module 4
    • Injury Prevention Program
      • Risk Control Hierarchy
      • Circle of Influence vs Circle of Concern
      • Why body control techniques?
      • Body Control Techniques
      • Line of Strength
      • Side Stepping
      • Safe Working Zones
      • Smart Grip
      • Watch Your Head
      • Bracing & Spinal Alignment
      • Review of Techniques
      • Warm-up Exercises
      • Warm-up Exercise video
      • More than one way to lift…
      • The two parts of any lift…
      • Manual Lifting Tips
      • Essentials of Lifting
      • Other Techniques
    • Hand Injuries Prevention
      • Crush and pinch
      • Cuts and abrasions
      • Slips, trips, and falls
      • Burns and scalds
      • Strains and sprains
      • Cuts and Abrasions
      • Knives
      • Hand tools
      • Metal Edges
      • Glass
      • Slips, Trips, Falls
      • Slips, Trips & Falls The Fatal Half-Inch Video
      • Other Hand Injuries
      • Repetition
      • Burns and Scalds
      • Strains and Sprains
      • Strains and Sprains Video
      • Chemicals
      • Vibration
      • Five Form Hand Injury Prevention
    Module 5
    • Electrical Safety
      • Introduction
      • Expectation
      • Electrical Circuit Fundamentals
      • Electric Current
      • Electrical Safety Awareness Illustration
      • Electricity Primary Hazards
      • Shock
      • Burns
      • Arc blast
      • Explosions
      • Fires
      • Minimizing Electrical Risks
      • Summary
    • Fire Safety
      • Introduction.
      • Fire present danger
      • Fire Statistics 1995 – 2006
      • Fire Statistics 2006 – 2010
      • Fire Statistics 2010 – 2016
      • How does fire start
      • Chemical Reaction
      • Group Exercise
      • Fire Classification
      • Fire Extinguishers Types
      • Fire Safety
      • Group Exercise
      • Fire Prevention Measures – First Line of Defense
      • Fire Prevention Measures – Second Line of Defense
      • Incipient Fire Response
      • P.A.S.S
      • When it is Safe to Fight a Fire
      • When it is NOT Safe to Fight a Fire
      • Fire Safety Quiz
    • Pressure Safety
      • Introduction
      • Training Objective
      • Group Exercise
      • Oilfield Pressure Safety
      • Geologic Pressures
      • Well Servicing Pressures
      • High Pressure
      • Low Pressure/High Surface Area
      • Tools and Equipment
      • Pressure Safety Illustration
      • Prevention Measures
      • Training & Assessment
      • Mitigation Measure
    • Radiation Safety
      • Introduction
      • Training Objective
      • Oilfield Radiation Safety Considerations
      • Radiation Effective Dose
      • X-ray
      • Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM)
      • Well Servicing Sources
      • Risk Control in Well Servicing: ALARP
      • TIME: ALARP
      • DISTANCE: ALARP
      • SHIELDING: ALARP
      • Dosimetry


    Module 6
    • Fatigue Management
      • Introduction
      • Objective
      • What is Fatigue
      • Fatigue Illustration
      • Fatigue Facts
      • Group Exercise
      • Fatigue Signs
      • Fatigue Causes
      • Factors that determine our level of alertness
      • Summary – Fatigue Management
      • Quiz
    • Basic Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
      • Introduction
      • Expectation
      • What is an Emergency?
      • What is a Crisis?
      • The Team Members
      • Emergency Response Actions
      • Emergency vs Crisis
      • Emergency, Crisis, and Disasters
      • Emergencies vs disasters Illustration
      • Drills
      • Media
      • Safe Practices
      • Group Exercise
      • Summary
    • Observation Intervention (BBS)
      • Introduction.
      • Training Objective
      • Groupe Exercise
      • Behavior-Based Safety
      • Evaluation of QHSE Culture
      • Observation / Intervention Scope
      • ABC Theory
      • Behavior-Based Safety ABS Illustration
      • Which behavior has higher motivation & why
      • At-risk behavior has higher motivation
      • Safe behavior has lower motivation
      • Developing Safe Behavior in the Workplace
      • O/I Suggested Steps
      • Quiz
    Module 7
    • Hazard Analysis and Risk Control
      • Introduction.
      • What is Hazard Analysis & Risk Control
      • Why do we need HARC
      • When HARC should be used
      • What are Hazards and Risks
      • Risk and How to use a Risk Matrix
      • How does HARC work
      • Group Exercise
    • Permit To Work (PTW)
      • Introduction
      • Training Objective
      • What is Permit to Work
      • PTW Objectives
      • When is PTW needed
      • PTW Categories
      • Group Exercise
      • PTW Sample Activities
      • PTW Central Communication Board
      • Permit to Work Illustration
      • Permit to Work Form
      • Permit to Work - Key Requirements
      • Roles & Responsibilities
      • Installation Owner Duties
      • Installation Manager Duties
      • Contractor Management Duties
      • Permit Issuer Duties
      • Work Supervisor Duties
    • Lock-out/Tag-out (LOTO)
      • Introduction
      • Learning Outcome
      • Training Objective
      • What is Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)
      • LOTO First used issued by OSHA
      • What is Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)
      • Group Exercise
      • Hazardous Energy addressed by (LOTO)
      • Why do I need to be concerned?
      • LOTO Illustration
      • How do I use LOTO
      • Hardware and Tag Examples
    Module 8
    • Basic HSE Incident Investigation
      • Introduction.
      • Expectations
      • Group Exercise
      • Importance of HSE Incident Investigation
      • Group Exercise
      • 8 Minimum Facts
      • Group Exercise
      • Initial Response Steps
      • Basics of HSE Incident Investigation
      • Data Gathering
      • 4P’s
      • Fact Finding
      • NORMS
      • Root Cause Analysis
    • Management of Change
      • Introduction
      • Why MOC?
      • MOC Definitions
      • Deviation and Risk Management
      • Identify and acknowledge the change
      • Deviation Flowchart
      • Group Exercise – MOC
      • Management of Change (MOC)
      • Management of Change - Why?
      • Management of Change Elements
      • Management of Change (MOC) Approver
      • Management of Change Illustration – BP Disaster
      • Group Exercise - Difference between Exemption and MOC?
      • Course Review
      • Final quiz

    • All Oil & Gas Field Engineers & Supervisors
    • All Oil & Gas Field employees.
    • All Oil & Gas newcomers operation, Office & Lab employees.
    • This is mandatory HSE training for all Oil & Gas Employees.
    • All employees should have an initial orientation of this sort before the first field exposure.

    • Occupational Health and Hygiene
    • Basic First Aid
    • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    • DROPS/Working at Height
    • Basic Mechanical Lifting Safety
    • Hazardous Material Handling and Safety
    • Confined Space Entry
    • Injury Prevention Program
    • Hand Injuries Prevention
    • Electrical Safety
    • Fire Safety
    • Pressure Safety
    • Radiation Safety
    • Fatigue Management
    • Basic Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
    • Observation Intervention (BBS)
    • Hazard Analysis and Risk Control
    • Permit To Work (PTW)
    • Lock-out/Tag-out (LOTO)
    • Basic HSE Incident Investigation
    • Management of Change

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