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HSE Courses
Helicopter landing officer (HLO)

Attendees:

- nominated offshore rig crew

 

Aim:

-qualify the attendee to be able to communicate with the chopper with all the methods whether verbally through the VHF or by the hand signals to command the  landing and disembarkation of the chopper on and off the helipad  and also how to react in case of any emergency related to the landing and disembarking.

 

Duration:

-1 day

Offshore H2S and use of breathing apparatus

Attendees:

-All crew members

 

Aim:

-how to detect if there is a gas release and how to control and how to react in case of the gas existence

 

Duration:

-1 day

COXSWAIN

Attendees:

- nominated offshore rig crew to be in charge of the lifeboat commanding in case of abandon

 

Aim:

- qualify the attendee for handling and controlling and commanding the lifeboat in case of abandon

 

Duration:

- 1 day

BOSEIT

Attendees:

- All the offshore crew and Cairo office employees

 

Aim:

- This course qualify the attendee to how to react in case of emergency such as chopper crash, fire, abandon and how to survive at sea in case of using the lifeboat or life raft

 

Duration:

-3 days

 

Course contents:

- HUET

- 1ST AID

-SEA SURVIVAL

-Fire fighting

Advanced First-Aid

Course attendees:

  1. Tool / Night pusher
  2. Driller / Ass. Driller
  3. HSE Field Engineer
  4. Mechanic / Ass. Mech.
  5. Electrician / Ass. Elect.

Aim:

  1. Trainee will understand the body systems
  2. Understand the principles of first-aid definitions and objectives.
  3. The trainee will be able to define, determine causes, diagnose from signs and symptoms, and administer appropriate treatment.
  4. He Will have the ability to use the Oxygen resuscitator and the first aid equipment
  5. Be able to Check unconscious casualties and help the rig medic on carrying out resuscitation and cardiopulmonary resuscitation when needed.
  6. Be able to deal with the fractures and treat wounds and bleeding.

Duration : 3-day Training @ 7 hrs per day.

Course Contents :

  1. Body systems, Anatomy, physiology of the human body, respiratory, circulatory and central nervous systems.
  2. Types of wounds and burns.
  3. Fractures, their types, signs and symptoms. Immobilization treatment/ management ; practical fracture management.
  4. Bleeding, Detecting internal bleeding; awareness of the causes, signs and symptoms. ,control.
  5. Shocks, causes, diagnose from signs ,symptoms and treatment
  6. Heat exhaustion and strokes, symptoms and treatment
  7. Casualty evacuation procedures.
  8. Steps to be taken in situations of poisoning by H2S and Carbon Monoxide.
  9. Usage of first aid equipment.
  10. Practice on the following
    1. Wound bandaging.
    2. Bleeding treatment.
    3. Checking unconscious casualties ,set priorities and make observation,
    4. Administeration of resuscitation, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and make assessments of expired air.
    5. Burns treatment
    6. Dealing with fractures
Advanced Fire Fighting

Course attendees:

  1. Tool / Night pusher
  2. Driller / Ass. Driller
  3. HSE Field Engineer
  4. Mechanic / Ass. Mech.
  5. Electrician / Ass. Elect.

Aims :

  1. Understand the fire fighting techniques and methods of fire control
  2. Trainee will have the skills of leading the fire fighting and rescue teams
  3. The trainee will have the ability to control / fight the fire safely.
  4. He will be familiar with the use of the fire fighting equipment
  5. Will have the ability to take command of a fire situation on the onshore rig and to improve his  fire fighting skills.

Duration : 2-days Training @ 7 hrs per day.

Course Contents :

  1. Fire chemistry, combustion theory, sources of ignition and classification of fires.
  2. Fire extinguishers, their classes, uses , ratings and extinguishing agents used
  3. Fire fighting equipment / systems ,components and use .
  4. Automatic fire alarm / detection and suppression systems
  5. Demonstrate the use and application of foam in onshore fire situations .
  6. Fire fighting personal protection equipment.
  7. The fire hazards, their controls and fire prevention procedures.
  8. SINO THARWA emergency procedures.
  9. Fire control Planning
  10. Fire case study
  11. Demonstrate application of different types of the fire fighting techniques.
  12. Hose running, nozzle handling techniques (dry and wet exercises) and valve isolation.
  13. Practice on use of different types of fire fighting equipment
  14. Practice with preset scenario on fighting fire in a building
  15. Demonstrate casualty handling and rescue in fire situations using BA.
Environment / Waste Management Training Course

Course attendees:

  1. Tool / Night pusher
  2. Driller / Ass. Driller
  3. HSE Field Engineer
  4. Mechanic / Ass. Mech.
  5. Electrician / Ass. Elect.

Course Objectives: At the end of the course, the attendee should be able to:

On Environment :

  1. Understand Basic Environmental Management Concepts
  2. Know Legal and International standards Requirements with regard to environment
  3. Understand Key Sources of Environmental Pollution from E&P Activities, including the Environmental Impact of SINO THARWA Activities.

On Waste Management (according to Legal and International standards requirements):

  1. Know what constitutes “waste” according to requirements for waste management activities.
  2. Identify waste streams (2), categories (5) and types (many).
  3. Know the Waste Management Hierarchy, including examples for each step in the Hierarchy.
  4. Know Site Specific Roles and Responsibilities and approved techniques for waste collection, storage, transportation, treatment and disposal, inspections and audits according to SINO THARWA Waste Management procedure.
  5. Understand waste classification and Implement  SINO THARWA Waste Management practices and guidelines, including “cradle to grave” hazardous waste tracking and documentation.

Training methodology :

The course should contain some examples and practices to enable the trainee efficiently and effectively to implement the waste management system (e.g., filling in hazardous waste transfer notes and monthly waste generation forms, etc.) as well as self-assessments/quizzes to help attendees determine retention of the course contents.

Duration: The course training should involve 3 days, 7 hours per day.

Course content

  1. Sources and types of environmental pollutants
  2. Approaches and techniques for pollution prevention
  3. Major environmental impacts of the petroleum industry (air, water, land
  4. Typical waste products generated by E&P activities, with specific focus on drilling activities
  5. Relevant Egyptian Environmental Law and Executive Orders
    SINO THARWA Environmental Management requirements (e.g., Waste Management Manual, etc.)
  6. SINO THARWA / OPCO's  responsibilities for environmental management, including waste management
  7. Relevant Aspects of Waste Management as per Legal / standards  requirements:
    1. Definitions
    2. Waste streams, categories and types and their management requirements
    3. Waste collection, segregation and labeling
    4. Waste storage, with emphasis on hazardous waste storage requirements
    5. Waste transportation
    6. Waste treatment options
    7. Waste disposal options
    8. Waste management system performance reporting
    9. Waste management system inspection and audits
    10. “Cradle to Grave” hazardous waste tracking and documentation
    11. Site roles and responsibilities for waste management activities
    12. Individual roles and responsibilities for waste management activities
    13. Environmental incident reporting and response
    14. Wastes measurement and monitoring
    15. Waste sampling & Analysis
Occupational Health Training Course

Course attendees:

  1. Tool pushers
  2. Night pushers
  3. Mechanic /Ass.
  4. Electrician / Ass.
  5. HSE Field Engineers

Course Objectives:

To provide an overview of hazardous exposures in the workplace, related Occupational health risks, and methods of control to eliminate / reduce such exposures.

At the end of the course, the attendee should be able to:

  1. Understand the mechanism and routes of contamination linked to occupational disease.
  2. Identify the Occupational health hazards, Asses their risk.
  3. Know the effect and limits of exposure to the different OH hazards
  4. Understand the means of OH hazards control 
  5. Understand the principles of food hygiene
  6. Understand the principles of ergonomics

Training methodology:

The course should include exercises, case studies and demonstrations.

Duration: The course training should involve 2 days, 7 hours per day.

Course content:

  1. Introduction to Occupational Health & Hygiene
  2. Definition
  3. Legal aspects of OH and work laws
  4. Occupational health hazards
    1. Chemicals
    2. Heat stress
    3. Radiation
    4. Noise
    5. Insufficient ventilation /space
    6. Insufficient lighting
    7. Contaminated Indoor Air
    8. Biological
    9. Food /water contamination
  5. Types & causes of OH Diseases
  6. Types of contaminants, their Properties and routes of entry
  7. Means of identifying toxic and hazardous substances.
  8. Exposure limits and effect
  9. Control of substances hazardous to health (safe handling)
  10. OH hazards Control in accordance with International standards
  11. MSDS
  12. Noise and vibration:
    1. Human hearing mechanism.
    2. Level and frequencies
    3. Noise measurement, evaluation and control
  13. Lighting:
    1. Necessity of adequate lighting.
    2. Lighting terms and units of measurement.
    3. Effects of poor lighting on personnel.
    4. Monitoring techniques and means of providing adequate lighting.
  14. Food Hygiene
  15. Ergonomics principles
  16. Personal protective equipment:
    1. Ingestion
    2. Absorption
    3. Others
Emergency Response Training Course

Course attendees:

  1. Tool / Night pusher
  2. HSE Field Engineer

Course Objectives: At the end of the course, the attendee should be able to:

  1. Understand the Structure of the Emergency response plan
  2. Prepare Emergency Plan
  3. Understand SINO THARWA emergency Procedures and systems
  4. Manage and cope with emergency situations
  5. Make Decision in an emergency situations
  6. Review the Emergency plan
  7. Understand Legislation and Government liaison

Training methodology:

The course should include practices on Crisis Management based on pre-set scenarios.

Duration:

The course training should involve 3 days, 7 hours per day

Course content:

  1. Case history of relevant major Accidents/Incidents
  2. Emergency Response (ER):
    1. The Legislatio
    2. The Aims
  3. Site emergencies:
    1. The objectives
    2. Scope
  4. Handling the Emergency (Risk Assessment)
  5. The Emergency Response organization & Interfaces
  6. Emergency teams ,Roles & Responsibilities
  7. The Emergency Response Procedure (SINO THARWA)
  8. Types of Emergencies
  9. Emergency Equipment & Resources
  10. The Communication in the Emergency Response (The ER communication procedure)
  11. Recording the events and the preparation of the report
  12. Sess in The Emergency Response and the Human behavior in Emergency
  13. Syndicates Exercises & Table Top exercises

Note: Attendees to this course should have preferably attended the following courses:

  1. Advanced fire fighting
  2. Breathing Apparatus
  3. Environment & waste managment
  4. Hazardous material/MSDS
  5. Risk Managment
  6. First Aid
Electrical Safety Course

The course is intended for: 

  1. Electrician
  2. HSE Field Engineer
  3. Assistant Electrician

Duration: Two Days

Aim: The attendee will be able to manage and control the electric equipment hazards.

Objectives: By the end of the course delegates will be able to

  1. Know the Hazardous area classification on the drilling rigs
  2. List the apparatus / temperature group classes
  3. Compare between the different standards of the groups
  4. Understand the grounding methods & ground fault protection
  5. Know how to select the electric equipment for the hazardous areas

Content:

  1. Introduction
  2. Definitions
  3. Effects of Electricity on the Human Body
  4. Grounding
  5. Ground Fault Protection
  6. Flammable materials
  7. Area Classification, basics & definition
  8. Hazardous area classification on the drilling rigs “Enclosed and adjacent areas “
  9. Ventilation & indoor areas
  10. Apparatus Groups and Temperature classes.
  11. Types of protection “Explosion proof, intrinsically safe, etc…”
  12. Standards for Equipment in Hazardous Locations
  13. Comparison between different standards for atmosphere and apparatus groups
  14. Low voltage equipment safety
  15. Selection of equipment
Accident Investigation

Course attendees:

  1. Tool / Night pusher
  2. HSE Field Engineer

Aim :This document aims to describe a course which will:

  1. Give the attendees the skills required for Team Leader accident investigations. This includes being able to lead an investigation, prepare an incident report and present the results of the investigation.
  2. Provide the attendee with complete knowledge, skills and experience in the practical application of modern accident investigation and analysis techniques.

Course Objectives: At the end of the course, the attendee should be able to:

  1. Understand the role of accident investigation and analysis
  2. Detail the accident investigation stages and activity phases
  3. Understand latent, active errors and pre-conditions for accidents /incidents
  4. Interview witnesses
  5. Explain the causes of accidents using accidents causation matrix
  6. Construct a fault & cause tree analysis charts
  7. Compile accident report and remedial action plan
  8. Understand SMART actions
  9. Understand the accident and investigation section of HSE Safety Manual.

Training methodology:

The course should contain a large group of exercises and case studies to enable the trainee efficiently and effectively managing the accident investigation and analysis.

Duration: The course training should involve 3 days, 7 hours per day

Instructor:

The training should be conducted by a competent instructor (consultant(s) with extensive experience in the course subject).

Course content:

  1. Definitions
  2. Activity phases and stages of accident investigation
  3. Witnesses interview techniques
  4. Inspection of the accident location
  5. Sketches and photography 
  6. Systems investigation
  7. Equipment and material examination
  8. Fire investigation
  9. Facts collection and gathering evidences
  10. Human errors
  11. Dynamics of events
  12. Accidents causation model
  13. Legal aspects
  14. Analytical techniques
  15. Accident reports, types and examples.
  16. Prepare SMART actions, presentation material and HSE Alerts
  17. Case studies
RISK Management / Assessment Course

Course attendees:

  1. Tool pushers
  2. Night pushers
  3. Driller
  4. Assistant Driller
  5. Mechanic /Ass.
  6. Electrician / Ass.
  7. HSE Field Engineers

Duration: two days

Aim:  Give the attendees the skills required to perform a qualitative risk
Assessment and determine measures to reduce risk as low as reasonably
Practical

Objectives: By the end of the course delegates will be familiar with:

  1. Definitions of hazard, risk
  2. Techniques for measuring and evaluation risks
  3. Techniques of hazard identification
  4. How to carry out qualitative risk assessment
  5. Understand Sino Tharwa risk assessment Procedures

Content:

  1. Introduction
  2. Definitions
  3. Major hazards associated with the drilling rigs
  4. Hazards identification techniques
  5. Safety barriers (Engineering and Administrative controls)
  6. Recovery procedures
  7. Risk management
  8. Risk assessment techniques.
  9. Risk potential matrix
  10. Sino Tharwa Risk assessment procedures (include forms)
  11. How to carry out risk assessment
  12. Case study
Wellding, Cutting Safety

The course is intended for:

 

1. Welders  

 

 

Course Objectives:

 

       At the end of the course, the attendee will

ü  Understand the welding an cutting hazards

ü  Be Able to manage and control the welding hazards

ü  Know the cutting and welding equipment

ü  Understand the compressed gas cylinders use , transport and storage procedures

 

 

Duration:

 

Two days

 

 

Course content

 

  1. Introduction & General requirement
  2. Hazards
  3. General Safety Precautions
  4. Welding procedures
  5. Cutting and welding equipment
  6. Compressed gas cylinders Transport and storage
  7. Safe Equipment
  8. Safe Working Practice
  9. Checking of Gas Cylinders and Valves Outlets
  10. Using Gas Cylinders
  11. Gas Cylinder – Emergency Procedures
  12. Testing Nitrogen Cylinders
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