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    IMIST standard online - International Minimum Industry Safety Training (OPITO)

    Course Description

    • IMIST (International Minimum Industry Safety Training) is an OPITO standard which supports the global Oil and Gas Industry to meet safety initiatives targets.
    • OPITO Minimum Industry Safety Training (MIST) is for workers traveling offshore in the UK continental Shelf (UKCS).
    • MIST Online is the refresher training and re-assessment for experienced offshore workers to renew their MIST certification every four years.
    • To renew your MIST certificate online you need a Vantage POB number and you must have worked offshore before (the UK or International). Your 4-year OPITO MIST certificate will be provided by email upon completion of the course.
    course objectives:
    • The aim of the IMIST program is to introduce delegates to the key safety elements required by all employees working in the oil and gas industry. It also ensures the knowledge and understanding of these basic safety elements are maintained and current amongst the existing workforce
    Training Methodology:
    • This interactive training course includes the following training methodologies as a percentage of the total tuition hours:
    • 20%     Lectures
    • 80%     Practical Exercises, Case Studies, Games, Customized Videos, Site Visits, Simulations, Role Play, Group Skill Sessions, Outdoor & Indoor Activities
    • In an unlikely event, the course instructor may modify the above training methodology before or during the course for technical reasons.

    MODULE 1: MAJOR ACCIDENT HAZARDS
    Must be able to demonstrate an understanding of:

    • The Legislative Framework surrounding the offshore environment
    • Major hazards present in the offshore environment
    • The significance of an installation’s Safety Case and personal access to the document
    • The concept of Asset Integrity and employer and employee responsibilities for Asset Integrity
    • Case study
    • Illustrative related video
    • Workshop
    • Group discussion & Quiz

    MODULE 2 WORKPLACE HAZARDS AND PERSONAL SAFETY
    Delegates must be able to demonstrate an understanding of:

    • Typical workplace hazards to be found in the offshore environment
    • The relevant IOGP Life Saving Rules associated with the typical workplace hazards
    • Company-specific Life-Saving/Golden Rules
    • How personal actions might influence safety
    • The role of safety committees, safety meetings, and safety
    • Representatives offshore To successfully complete this training,
    • delegates must be able to demonstrate:
    • The elements of a good individual lift, a team lift with appropriate communications and correct loading/unloading methods for using a trolley
    • Case study
    • Illustrative related video
    • Workshop
    • Group discussion & Quiz

    MODULE 3: RISK MANAGEMENT
    Delegates must be able to demonstrate an understanding of:

    • The difference between hazard, risk and controls
    • Concepts of risk assessment and techniques used
    • The risk assessment process and the use of a risk matrix
    • Applying controls to bring the risk down to ALARP
    • The need for dynamic risk assessment
    • The function of a Risk Intervention System and how to carry out an intervention
    Delegates must be able to demonstrate:
    • How to conduct an effective Risk Assessment using a Risk Matrix
    • How to participate in an effective Toolbox Talk
    • How to conduct an effective Risk Intervention and complete a Risk Intervention Card
    • Case study
    • Illustrative related video
    • Workshop
    • Group discussion & Quiz

    MODULE 4:  CONTROL OF WORK
    Delegates must be able to demonstrate an understanding of:

    • The principles of a Safety Management System
    • Principles and objectives of a PTW system and how permits are generated
    • Personal responsibility in the PTW system
    Delegates must be able to demonstrate:
    • How to identify controls as an integral part of the Permit to Work process
    MODULE 5: HELICOPTER SAFETY
    Delegates must be able to demonstrate an understanding of:
    • How aviation is regulated and who regulates it.
    • Helicopter systems & equipment
    • Engineering, maintenance, inspections, and checks
    • Aircrew/maintenance personnel – qualifications, training and checks
    • The role of the passenger in helicopter safety
    • Case study
    • Illustrative related video
    • Workshop
    • Group discussion & Quiz
    • End of the course exam
    • Closing the session

    • This introductory safety training programme is designed to introduce the fundamental safety elements of the oil and gas industry to new starts, giving an appreciation of the potential hazards and controls that might be encountered by personnel working within the oil and gas industry.


    MODULE 1: MAJOR ACCIDENT HAZARDS

    • The Legislative Framework surrounding the offshore environment
    • Major hazards present in the offshore environment
    • The significance of an installation’s Safety Case and personal access to the document
    • The concept of Asset Integrity and employer and employee responsibilities for Asset Integrity
    MODULE 2 WORKPLACE HAZARDS AND PERSONAL SAFETY
    • Typical workplace hazards to be found in the offshore environment
    • The relevant IOGP Life Saving Rules associated with the typical workplace hazards
    • Company-specific Life Saving/Golden Rules
    • How personal actions might influence safety
    • The role of safety committees, safety meetings, and safety.
    • Representatives offshore To successfully complete this training,
    • Delegates must be able to demonstrate:
    • The elements of a good individual lift, a team lift with appropriate communications, and correct loading/unloading methods for using a trolley
    MODULE 3: RISK MANAGEMENT
    • The difference between hazard, risk, and controls
    • Concepts of risk assessment and techniques used
    • The risk assessment process and the use of a risk matrix
    • Applying controls to bring the risk down to ALARP
    • The need for dynamic risk assessment
    • The function of a Risk Intervention System and how to carry out an intervention
    • Delegates must be able to demonstrate:
    • How to conduct an effective Risk Assessment using a Risk Matrix
    • How to participate in an effective Toolbox Talk
    • How to conduct an effective Risk Intervention and complete a Risk Intervention Card
    • Group discussion & Quiz
    MODULE 4:  CONTROL OF WORK
    • The principles of a Safety Management System
    • Principles and objectives of a PTW system and how permits are generated
    • Personal responsibility in the PTW system
    • Delegates must be able to demonstrate:
    • How to identify controls as an integral part of the Permit to Work process
     MODULE 5: HELICOPTER SAFETY
    • How aviation is regulated and who regulates it.
    • Helicopter systems & equipment
    • Engineering, maintenance, inspections, and checks
    • Aircrew / maintenance personnel – qualifications, training, and checks
    • The role of the passenger in helicopter safety

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