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Abrasive Wheels Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
The aim of this course is to provide you with basic information on the hazards, risks and controls for abrasive wheels. Throughout this course your understanding will be tested, and the results recorded. You need to answer 80 percent of the questions correctly to pass the course. read more

Access to Medical Records (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Employees have a legal right to access medical records and information related to their employment. It is important to understand the types of records you have access to, as well as the rights and procedures involved when requesting and accessing these records. In accordance with 29 CFR 1910.1020 read more

Asbestos Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
This is an awareness course, suitable for all employees working in hazardous industries. Candidates will learn about what asbestos is and why it is dangerous, as well as where it will be found and what to do should any suspicious materials be found on site. read more

Asbestos Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
In accordance with 29 CFR 1910.1001 & CFR 1926.1101 Employees have a legal right to access medical records and information related to their employment. It is important to understand the types of records you have access to, as well as the rights and procedures involved when requesting and accessing these records. In accordance with 29 CFR 1910.1020 read more

Authorised Gas Tester (OPITO)
Aim & Objectives:
This course is accredited to the OPITO Authorised Gas Tester standard and has been designed to equip delegates with the knowledge to conduct gas testing within confined spaces and awareness of associated confined hazards. The authorised gas tester role is critical in testing for and ensuring safe working atmospheres, in particular: permit-controlled confined spaces, and prior to and during hot work. Our course has been developed in bitesize learning chunks for each topic. At the end of each module, there will be an assessment. Delegates will need to pass each module at 80 percent or above. When you pass the course, you will be issued with a certificate which is valid for 3 years. The aim of this course is to teach you the requirements associated with gas detection. On successful completion, you will have the basic knowledge necessary to allow you to operate as an Authorised Gas Tester. You will be given two attempts at each module, and you must score 80 percent to pass. read more

Back Safety Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
In accordance with 29 CFR 1910.1001 & CFR 1926.1101 Over 1 million workers suffer back injuries each year, accounting for 20% of all workplace injuries. Fortunately, workers can easily prevent these injuries by being proactive and practicing safe lifting techniques. read more

Benzene Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
This course also advises on what might happen if you are exposed to benzene and the precautions you and your employer can take to stay safe. Finally, this course offers guidelines on how to respond if exposure does occur. Throughout this course your understanding of the information given will be tested and the results recorded. You need to answer 80 percent of the questions correctly to pass the course. read more

Benzene Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Benzene Awareness read more

Chemicals Management
Aim & Objectives:
This aim of this course is to provide an awareness and understanding of the use of chemicals in the offshore oil and gas industry. You will learn about associated environmental, legislative and regulatory aspects, along with practical advice on permitting and management of chemicals. read more

Confined Space (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous areas in any workplace. Due to the additional hazards present, otherwise routine tasks may become extremely dangerous when working in confined spaces. Employees must be aware of all the hazards involved, as well as the safe work practices, procedures, and equipment required to make a safe entry. read more

Confined Space Entry - EL
Aim & Objectives:
This confined space entry course is suitable for all employees in hazardous industries required to work in confined spaces. On successful completion of this course, candidates will recognise the hazards associated with confined space entry and the precautions that need to be taken when working in a confined space. It provides candidates with the knowledge to perform their duties safely and responsibly. read more

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health
Aim & Objectives:
This Control of Substances Hazardous to Health course is suitable for all candidates working with hazardous substances on a regular basis. The content in this course has been developed by qualified chemists and fully satisfies the requirements of the UK COSHH Regulations. read more

Control of Work
Aim & Objectives:
The course is split up into four modules and at the end of each module we’ll test your understanding by giving you practice questions. At the end of the course your understanding of the information given will be tested and the results recorded. You need to answer 80 percent of the questions correctly to pass the course. When you pass the course, you will be issued with a certificate which is valid for 2 years. The aim of this course is to provide you with an understanding of the role of the Performing Authority. read more

Corrosion Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
The aim of this course is to provide you with an awareness of corrosion, and how this specifically affects the oil and gas industry. Throughout this course your understanding of the information given will be tested and the results recorded. You need to answer 80 percent of the questions correctly to pass the course. read more

Display Screen Equipment
Aim & Objectives:
This course contains information for the safe use of display screen equipment in the workplace and at home. It is suitable for everyone who uses this type of equipment and contains an assessment of the workstation. The assessment will give the user a full understanding of the potential hazards involved and how to assess whether or not they are at risk. read more

Dropped Objects
Aim & Objectives:
This course has been designed to give candidates an understanding of dropped objects, where they may occur, the associated risks, and employers and employees responsibilities for managing the risks associated. read more

Drug and Alcohol Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
The use and abuse of drugs, alcohol, and other substances create serious problems inside and outside of the workplace. The National Institute for Drug and Alcohol Abuse identifies these issues as the most preventable cause of accidents in the workplace. Employees can help prevent incidents by learning to recognize the signs of use and properly reporting and documenting these instances. read more

Electrical Safety Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Electricity can present serious hazards in industrial work environments. All personnel must understand how to recognize electrical hazards in the workplace, as well as the safety procedures to follow when working near hazardous electrical equipment. read more

Electrical Safety Rules
Aim & Objectives:
This course addresses the dangers of working with electricity and provides guidance on the precautions required to stay safe. The course also identifies the roles and responsibilities of electrical personnel and provides instruction on procedures to be followed when carrying out electrical isolations. read more

Emergency Response and Evacuation Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere. Responding quickly and properly to an emergency is critical to protect life and health. All employees must be familiar with general emergency response, evacuation, and abandonment procedures, as well as the specific response procedures for their location. In accordance 29 CFR 1910.38-39 read more

Energy Isolations (LOTO)
Aim & Objectives:
This is an awareness course, suitable for all employees working in hazardous industries. Candidates will learn what energy isolations are and how they fit into the isolation process. Delegates will be able to demonstrate an understanding of key terminology and equipment used in the isolation process and the legislation associated with LOTO. read more

Environmental Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
The purpose of this Environmental Awareness course is to help delegates understand the impact that company activities can have on the environment. Additionally, they will be able to identify their role in reducing the impact that company operations can have on global environmental issues, such as global warming and ozone depletion. read more

Excavation
Aim & Objectives:
Excavations can be very dangerous places for personnel in and around the work- site. This course shows candidates how to spot the dangers associated with excavations and what controls are necessary to prevent injury. read more

Explosives
Aim & Objectives:
The course explains what explosives are, what they are used for, why they are use and the controls in place to prevent unnecessary risk whilst working with them. The course also identifies the roles and responsibilities of those working with explosives. read more

Fall Protection Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Falls are a leading cause of workplace injury. Various methods and systems are used to protect workers by preventing falls, and arresting falls as soon as possible if they occur. Identifying fall hazards and selecting the proper type of fall protection are key to keeping employees safe when working at dangerous heights. In accordance with OSHA 1926.500, 1926.501, ANSI z359.1-1992, A10.32-2004 & A14.3-1992 read more

Fire Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
This course provides delegates with an overall understanding of fire safety in the workplace. You will learn about relevant health and safety legislation, theory on the nature of fire and how it spreads, along with practical guidance on fire prevention and workplace firefighting equipment. read more

Fire Prevention and Extinguishing Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Fire safety involves taking proper precautions to reduce the likelihood of a fire, and also knowing how to react if a fire should occur. All employees should be able to identify unsafe work conditions, and use aggressive fire prevention techniques to reduce or eliminate potential dangers. It is also important to know the class of fire, how to choose the correct extinguisher, proper firefighting techniques, and know when not to fight a fire. In accordance with OSHA 1926.500, 1926.501, ANSI z359.1-1992, A10.32-2004 & A14.3-1992 read more

First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Employees must know how to respond properly when an accident or injury occurs in the workplace. Exposure to bloodborne pathogens is a serious concern in responding to injury because these microorganisms can cause disease. Understanding and following basic first aid and emergency action steps helps to minimize threats to life and health. read more

Gas Monitor
Aim & Objectives:
The course will ensure that personnel preparing to provide safety watch duties through the ongoing monitoring of hot-work sites are equipped with the relevant knowledge to safely carry out the role. Our course has been developed in bitesize learning chunks for each topic. At the end of each module, there will be an assessment. Delegates will need to pass each module at 80 percent or above. When you pass the course, you will be issued with a certificate which is valid for 3 years. The aim of this course is to teach you the requirements associated with providing safety watch duties for hot-work sites. On successful completion, you will have the basic knowledge necessary to allow you to carry out the role. You may however be asked to complete further workplace training before being formally appointed. read more

Gas Monitor (OPITO)
Aim & Objectives:
This course is accredited to the OPITO Gas Monitor standard. The course will ensure that personnel preparing to provide safety watch duties through the ongoing monitoring of hot-work sites are equipped with the relevant knowledge to safely carry out the role. Our course has been developed in bitesize learning chunks for each topic. At the end of each module, there will be an assessment. Delegates will need to pass each module at 80 percent or above. When you pass the course, you will be issued with a certificate which is valid for 3 years. The aim of this course is to teach you the requirements associated with providing safety watch duties for hot-work sites. On successful completion, you will have the basic knowledge necessary to allow you to carry out the role. You may however be asked to complete further workplace training before being formally appointed. read more

H2S Respiratory Protection Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Hydrogen Sulfide Gas otherwise known as H2S can be lethal. This course will teach you the necessary information to remain safe when H2S is a possibility. read more

Hand - Arm Vibration Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
You will learn about your employer’s legal obligations to reduce risk and the measures that you can take to control your exposure to hand-arm vibration. read more

Hand Safety Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Your hands are your most used tools on the job, and are exposed to more hazards and potential injuries than any other part of the body. Preventing hand injuries begins with paying attention, as well as identifying and controlling hazards in the workplace. read more

Hazard Awareness and Identification
Aim & Objectives:
On successful completion of this course, candidates will have an excellent appreciation of the key features of hazard identification systems used throughout the oil and gas industry. read more

Hazard Communication Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Your hands are your most used tools on the job, and are exposed to more hazards and potential injuries than any other part of the body. Preventing hand injuries begins with paying attention, as well as identifying and controlling hazards in the workplace. read more

Hearing Conservation Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Every year, 30 million workers are exposed to hazardous noise levels on the job, and thousands suffer from preventable hearing loss. Since hearing loss cannot be repaired, it is important to control exposure to hazardous noise levels. read more

Helicopter Safety
Aim & Objectives:
Helicopter safety has a good record in the UK, but accidents and fatalities still occur. As helicopters operate in often harsh conditions, particularly in the North Sea, safety is a top priority. Therefore, strict laws and regulations are in place. read more

Hot Work (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
There are several hazards to be aware of in areas where hot work is taking place. Hazards associated with hot work present serious risks. read more

Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
This H2S awareness course is suitable for all employees working in hazardous industries. The course outlines the principal properties of H2S, explaining why extreme caution is necessary when dealing with it and how to recognise the consequences and symptoms of H2S exposure. read more

IADC Online Rig Pass (Excludes Safegulf & Safeland) (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
IADC accredited Rig Pass course is an offshore course and is accessible on smartphones and tablets with powerful animations and interactive learning. Course duration Disclaimer: This course is self-paced for the average person to complete in 8 hours. IADC requires a Picture ID and legal name for identification. read more

Incident Prevention Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Millions of workplace incidents occur every year, and almost all are preventable. Understanding the causes of incidents, following safety procedures, identifying hazardous conditions, and using Stop Work Authority all help to minimize incidents and protect life, health and property. read more

Incident Reporting Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Incidents are unplanned, undesired events that adversely affect the completion of a task. Even if there were no injuries or property damage, it is the responsibility of all employees to report all Incidents so they may be properly investigated and analysed. read more

Introduction to Control of Work (COW)
Aim & Objectives:
This course is suitable for all members of the work party. Real life examples of failures within Control of Work systems and their consequences will demonstrate why following procedures within Control of Work systems is essential. Candidates will also learn about Planning, Risk Assessment, Permit to Work, Lock Out Tag Out, Sub-Systems, Toolbox Talks and the responsibilities of every person under the Control of Work system. read more

Job Safety Analysis Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is a structured process that focuses on the relationship between the worker, the task, the tools, and the work environment. The JSA then introduces steps to eliminate or reduce hazards to an acceptable risk level. When a JSA is performed correctly, it can be an effective accident prevention tool that increases workplace safety. In accordance with ANSI Z10-2012 read more

Legionella Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
Legionella is found in natural water courses and artificial hot and cold-water systems, meaning this course is suitable for all members of staff. The course explains what legionella is, how you can identify its exposure, and the systems used to prevent exposure in the first place. read more

Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER)
Aim & Objectives:
This course explains Lifting Operation and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER), the different types of lifting equipment, factors to consider when selecting equipment, the hazards of mechanical lifting activities and the roles involved in such activities. read more

Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
During service and maintenance activities, the unexpected startup or release of stored energy in machinery or equipment can present potentially fatal hazards to employees. The Lockout-Tagout (LOTO) process is an energy control procedure that protects all employees from harmful energy. In accordance with 29 CFR 1910.147 & 29 CFR 1910.145 read more

Major Accident Hazards
Aim & Objectives:
The course is suitable for all members of staff working in hazardous environments in the oil and gas industry. It covers the potential for major accidents and the types of hazards that might cause these to happen. read more

Manual Handling Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
This manual handling course is suitable for all employees involved in any manual handling operation. It deals with all aspects of manual handling, including lifting, pushing and pulling, relevant safety legislation and manual handling risk assessments. read more

Marine Trash and Debris Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Marine debris poses serious dangers to the environment and also presents health and safety risks. International regulations prohibit intentional dumping and require employers and employees to take precautions to prevent trash and debris from entering the waterways. read more

Maritime Security Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
The U.S maritime industry handles a large amount of valuable goods and services. This makes vessels and marine facilities attractive targets for piracy. This course covers Marine Security Threats, Security Pans, MARSEC Levels and Personnel Duties. read more

Mercury Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
This course is suitable for anyone working with or in an environment that contains mercury. The course provides candidates with an awareness of the dangers of mercury exposure, the controls used to limit the effects of it and what to do if contamination occurs. read more

Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM)
Aim & Objectives:
This course has been designed to give candidates an understanding of the legal requirements, methods and responsibilities for managing NORM waste from operations in the oil industry, both on and offshore. read more

Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) exists in low levels all around us. However, the extraction and production of oil, natural gas, and minerals may cause NORM to accumulate in hazardous concentrations. Personnel must be aware of the hazards and proper safety procedures for detecting and working around hazardous concentrations of NORM. read more

Nitrogen Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
This course is suitable for anyone working with nitrogen and the inerting process in the oil and gas industry. The course will give you an understanding of the dangers that nitrogen poses, and the measures and processes used to control it. read more

Noise Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
This course has been developed in conjunction with industry experts and provides an awareness of noise and vibration regulations, different noise levels found in industry, the human ear, the hazards associated with noisy environments and how we can control these. read more

Offshore Basic Spill Responder
Aim & Objectives:
The course is suitable for all offshore employees and looks at how, why and where spills occur. The programme describes a safe step by step approach to spill response and explains how to assess the risk, identify the substance and select the correct PPE. Delegates can then put theory into practice using a range of interactive exercises and real-life scenarios in preparation for dealing with a variety of basic spills offshore. read more

Onshore Basic Spill Responder
Aim & Objectives:
The course is suitable for all onshore employees and looks at how, why and where spills occur. The programme describes a safe step by step approach to spill response and explains how to assess the risk, identify the substance and select the correct PPE. Delegates can then put theory into practice using a range of interactive exercises and real-life scenarios in preparation for dealing with a variety of basic spills onshore. read more

OPEP Level 1 - On Scene Responder
Aim & Objectives:
The UK On-Scene Responder Course is suitable for Offshore Installation Managers and company representatives. This course has been accredited by the Nautical Institute on behalf of the UK Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (DBEIS)*, as meeting the statutory training requirements, stipulated in the Offshore Installation (Emergency Pollution Control) Regulations. 2002. The course looks at how and why spills occur, assessing environmental impact, emergency pollution planning and how to respond to a spill correctly including reporting requirements. Included in the course are a range of interactive exercises and real-life scenarios to put theory into practice. A good understanding of your Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (OPEP) is an integral part of this course and time should be spent reading and understanding the plan before taking this course. *Previously the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) Delegates receive a maximum of two attempts for this course. If a delegate fails after the second attempt then they will be required to order another licence to resit the course. read more

Permit to Work Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Work in industrial settings presents serious risks to employees. Permit to Work systems are important safety tools that help protect all personnel from hazards by accounting for and controlling the hazards of individual jobs. In accordance with 29 CFR 1910.147 read more

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Aim & Objectives:
This course will help you to understand the importance of PPE used in hazardous workplace environments. You will learn about the responsibilities that you and your employer have in relation to PPE, and about suitable types of PPE that can help keep yourself and others safe in the workplace. read more

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Personal protective equipment, or PPE, is any barrier worn to reduce exposure to hazards or injuries. Selecting the appropriate PPE for a job, wearing PPE correctly, and properly maintaining PPE are vital to keeping employees safe from workplace hazards. read more

Personal Transfer and Evacuation Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Personnel transfers are a daily occurrence in offshore environments, but each method presents potentially serious hazards. Employees must know the proper procedures to follow for each transfer method, as well as how to respond in the event of an offshore emergency or evacuation. read more

Pressure Testing
Aim & Objectives:
This course will give candidates an overall awareness of pressure and how it is measured. It will explain why pressure testing is required, how it is carried out, the hazards of pressure testing and the controls that should be in place to ensure the process is carried out safely. read more

Process Isolations
Aim & Objectives:
This course emphasises that the purpose of Process Isolations is to prevent harm to personnel, plant and the environment from the unintended or unplanned release of energy and/or hazardous products from systems during service or maintenance activities. read more

Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER)
Aim & Objectives:
This course is for anyone working with equipment in the workplace. The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations detail the different responsibilities surrounding the use of equipment, and the protections that employers should provide from the hazards caused by machinery and control systems. read more

Respiratory Protection Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Industrial work settings contain many hazards that can endanger the health of employees. When the potential for exposure to atmospheric hazards exists, employees must be protected. It is vital that workers understand the safety procedures, hazard controls, and PPE that protect them from dangerous atmospheres. read more

Risk Management
Aim & Objectives:
A hazard is anything that has the potential to cause harm. This could mean harm to you or others, damage to property or harm to the environment. Risk is the likelihood of that harm occurring. read more

Scaffolding Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
The course includes information on the basic tools used to construct scaffolds, the personal protective equipment required, the roles and responsibilities associated with scaffolding work, and the importance of inspections. read more

Scaffolding Safety Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Scaffolds are a common method used to perform work in elevated areas. While generally safe, scaffolds can still present serious risks. Understanding and following safe work practices during the construction, use, and disassembly of scaffolds can prevent injuries and damage to equipment. In accordance with 29 CFR 1926- subpart L read more

SEMS II Awareness Online Course (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
SEMS II Awareness is a nontraditional, performance-focused tool for integrating and managing offshore oil and gas operations/ activities regulated by BSEE. In accordance with 30CFR Part 25 As of November 6, 2013 SEMS updates have been made resulting in SEMS II awareness. read more

Slips, Trips and Falls
Aim & Objectives:
Slips, trips and falls are the most common cause of major injuries at work and can happen almost anywhere. They are the leading cause of work related injuries and fatalities. read more

Slips, Trips, and Falls Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Slips, trips, and falls can happen anywhere on the work site, and constitute the majority of all general industry accidents. By following safe work practices and taking preventative measures, workers can reduce the risk of injury from slip, trip, and fall hazards. read more

Social Responsibility Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Social responsibility refers to the accountability of every person for his or her actions, and how they affect others in the workplace. Being responsible involves following safe work practices and procedures, as well as being professional and respectful to all personnel. read more

Stop Work Authority Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Stop Work Authority refers to the authority and obligation of all personnel to suspend a work task or operation if they observe an imminent danger that could result in serious injury, damage to property, or loss of life. It is important to learn when and how to exercise Stop Work Authority. read more

Stress Management
Aim & Objectives:
This course details the Management Standards Approach for work related stress management and each of the six standards: Demands, Control, Support, Relationships, Role and Change. read more

Stroke Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
The course includes information on the prevention and awareness of strokes. Also covering the symptoms of a stroke and how you can help if you recognise that someone is having a stroke. According to The Stroke Association, there are more than 100,000 strokes in the UK each year and over 1.2 million stroke survivors. Stroke is the fourth biggest killer in the UK. read more

Task Risk Assessment (TRA)
Aim & Objectives:
This task risk assessment course is suitable for all current or potential members of task risk assessment teams. The course includes information identification of all hazards associated with the work, what a TRA is, how and when it should be carried out and the responsibilities of each person within the process. read more

Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air
Aim & Objectives:
This course is suitable for anyone involved in the transportation of dangerous goods by air. The course includes information on the legal responsibilities for transportation of dangerous goods or hazardous materials via air and the special considerations that need to be taken. This course is a suitable pre-requisite for OPITO approved Helideck Operations Initial Training (HOIT) courses. read more

Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Sea
Aim & Objectives:
This course is suitable for anyone involved in the transportation of dangerous goods by sea. It includes information on the legal responsibilities for transportation of dangerous goods or hazardous materials via sea and the special considerations that need to be taken. read more

Tuberculosis Awareness Course (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
This course will give you an overview of defining tuberculosis and its symptoms. The testing for tuberculosis and the treatment of tuberculosis will also be covered along with stating how to prevent the contracting of tuberculosis. read more

Waste Management Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
This course explains the legal requirements and the methods for managing waste produced by operations in the oil and gas industry. Minimising waste can deliver both business and environmental improvements. If our resources can be used more efficiently, then less waste will be produced, significantly reducing the harm to the environment. read more

Water Management - Dosing, Sampling Cleaning and Maintenance
Aim & Objectives:
This course is aimed at 2nd Engineers, Chief Officers, Medics or similar. This module – Sample, Dosing, Cleaning and Maintenance – is part of a comprehensive Water Management programme. There are four modules in total which can also be completed separately by job role. This module will guide candidates through how to correctly dose potable water, conducting sampling of potable water through various methods and the cleaning and maintenance methods required to reduce hazards. read more

Water Management - Hazard and Risk Mitigation
Aim & Objectives:
This awareness course is aimed at 2nd Engineers, Chief Officers, Medics or similar. This module – Hazards and Risk Mitigation – is part of a comprehensive Water Management programme. There are four modules in total which can also be completed separately by job role. This module describes key hazards affecting potable water, the potential health risks as a result of these hazards and additional risk mitigations to prevent illness. read more

Water Management - Monitoring, Troubleshooting, Reporting and Docs
Aim & Objectives:
This course is aimed at Chief Engineers, Masters, 2nd Engineers, Chief Officers or similar. This module – Monitoring, Troubleshooting, Reporting & Documentation – is part of a comprehensive Water Management programme. There are four modules in total which can also be completed separately by job role. This module provides candidates with a clear understanding of the monitoring regimes and troubleshooting methods relevant to potable water, reporting requirements and an understanding of the necessary documents. read more

Water Management Awareness
Aim & Objectives:
This awareness course is aimed at Medics, 2nd Engineers, Chief Officers or similar. Candidates will be able to identify basic components of water management systems. Significantly reducing the harm to the environment. read more

Working at Height
Aim & Objectives:
The aim of this course is to provide you with the knowledge to work at height safely. You will learn about the hazards of working at height, the controls that must be in place to help keep you safe and the Personal Protective Equipment, or PPE, that you must wear whilst you are working at height. read more

Workplace Harassment and Respect Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Harassment in the workplace is a serious problem that undermines productivity and can create a hostile work environment. All personnel must understand what constitutes harassment and discrimination, how to be respectful of other’s personal beliefs and perspectives, how to communicate effectively, and know how to properly respond should they observe or be involved in an incident. read more

Workplace Hazards and Personal Safety
Aim & Objectives:
This module will inform you about the general hazards you will find offshore. read more

Workplace Violence Awareness (OSHA)
Aim & Objectives:
Violence in the workplace is a serious problem that can have consequences both inside and outside of the work environment. It is important to understand the causes and signs of potential violent behaviour, and the proper procedures to follow should an incident occur. read more