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Description:
The course syllabus covers the requirements prescribed in the standards of OPITO(UK), OLF(Norway) and NOGEPA(Holland).

Objectives:
Trainees who successfully complete the course will be able to demonstrate the required minimum standard of competence set out in the Offshore Emergency Response standards.

Course Outline:
Safety induction and preventive safety

Offshore overview - Offshore Hazards - Environmental awareness
Personal Standards - Working routines - Safety organisation
Dealing with Hazards - Personal Protective equipment - Manual handling
Working with Chemicals - Permit to work system - North Sea Legislation

Fire prevention and Fire Fighting
Offshore Fire fighting organisation
Theory of fire - types and sources of ignition - fire hazards - spread of fire
Classification of fire and applicable extinguishing agents - Fire detection and alarm systems
Fixed fire extinguishing systems - Use of portable fire extinguishing equipment
Fire fighting methods - Exercises extinguishing fires, using various types of portable extinguishers and water, using jet/spray nozzles, escaping from a smoke filled environment using Escape sets.

First Aid and Hypothermia
General principles - Assessment of casualties and threats to own safety
The unconscious casualty - resuscitation - Bleeding and wounds
Management of shock - Burns and scalds
Rescue and transport casualties - First aid in an emergency situation
Use of emergency First aid kit
Principles of Hypothermia - First aid to hypothermic casualties

Helicopter Safety and Escape
Helicopter operations - Flight safety - Safety measures - Dangers and Hazards
Helicopter emergencies - Preparation prior to an emergency landing
Escaping from a helicopter - Exercises escaping from a helicopter on land and underwater, operating helicopter safety equipment.

Survival at Sea
Types of Emergency situations
Training and drills - emergency preparedness - Evacuation procedures
Use of equipment in liferaft and lifeboat - Personal life saving appliances - Principles of survival at sea
Actions to take when in water and survival craft - Location aids - Search and rescue - Helicopter assistance

Certification:
Basic Offshore Safety Induction & Emergency Training / Basic Safety & Emergency Preparedness Course

Validity:
4 Years

Entry Standards:
This course is open to both prospective and serving offshore workers. They should be certified to be in good health.

Duration:
5 Days (Basic)
2 Days (Refresher)

For more information:[/b:]
Go to this website: http://www.idess.com/bnsea.htm

[b]Contact information:

IDESS NORWAY AS
Torskebergveien, 6
N-3950 Brevik
NORWAY
Phone: + 47 35 55 55 45
Mobile: + 47 90 77 56 58
Fax: + 47 35 55 55 42
E-mail:
id-norw@online.no
hch@idess.com
ish@idess.com
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