This is the first mentor-driven personalised distance learning course within the industry, utilising empirical research in neuroscience and education. Strategies include; interleaving, spacing, generation, elaboration, desirable difficulties, retrieval practice, mental models, reflection and growth mindsets. The result of which enables up to 95% retention of material.
This training course has been peer-reviewed and approved by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (www.icheme.org).
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) is the professional body for people
involved in the chemical, process and biochemical industries. It has a growing membership of
42,000 professionals in more than 120 countries, and accredits over 200 organisations worldwide.
An Introduction to Process Safety and the Safety Case
Learner dependent due to the personalisation of the e-Learning system and the reinforcements required. Between 2-5 weeks is possible with actual study time being in the region of 7-10 hours.
This training course is to create a foundation of knowledge in Process Safety, the Safety Case, MAH and the required safety behaviours for working in an offshore environment.
Hugely beneficial to:
- People looking to gain employment offshore
- New starts within the industry
- Those of less experience
- Those whose role may not allow them exposure to these industry critical topics.
- Anyone wanting to embed the critical safety and behavioural requirements within the industry.
- Companies who want to improve their compliance with the HASAWA 1974 2.2 c) and create a foundation of knowledge within their business.
No prior training is required to attend this training programme. A reasonable command of the English language is required and proficient computer skills.
The course focuses on the following elements;
- Safety Case Introduction: What is a safety case, where can you find it, its purpose, why and when it was introduced. What are the contents of a Safety Case and what objectives is it trying to fulfil.
- Major accident hazards: What are major accident hazards and how do we protect against them.
- Safety and Environmental Critical Elements: What are safety and environmental critical elements, how do they keep us safe, how do we manage and maintain them and why is that important
- Process Safety: Introduction to the Swiss Cheese model, understand the different barriers of protection, the associated safety critical element and how they play a role in the model to prevent a major accident hazard occurring. Introduction to people, plant and process terminology.
- Assurance: Introduction to the assurance process for management of major accident hazards and how everyone plays their part.
- Critical Safety Behaviours: 25 different situational questions based on actual industry events across 3 categories: in-transit, on the job, off shift. Understand and embed the behaviours you must adopt when working in the Oil and Gas industry.
- Provide delegates with the critical knowledge and behavioural requirements for working in an offshore environment.
- Provide a basic level of understanding and awareness of what a Safety Case contains and why it is important.
- Introduce learners to Major Accident Hazards, Safety and Environmental Critical Elements, the Swiss Cheese model and process safety, ensuring understanding throughout.
- To give the learner a greater appreciation for what risks are present on an oil and gas installation and how everyone needs to play their part to maintain safe and efficient operations.
To provide assurance to the industry this course utilises a mentor function and is delivered using an advanced e-Learning system which personalises itself based on learner interactions, this technology can produce up to 95% retention.
The course continually challenges the learner based on their responses to the question and answer sections. It will then restructure the content for the right level of understanding.
The learner will login to the e-Learning system numerous times and complete work assigned by the system, as you progress, the course login time can be as low as 10 minutes.
Interactions are required during the course with a dedicated mentor who will provide assistance during your learning; this will be via a combination of internal messaging, email, Facebook, phone calls and Skype.
A final verification interaction with a mentor will take place before successful completion is achieved.
IChemE (Institution of Chemical Engineers) approved certification will be issued on successful completion of the training course.
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Limited availability exists due to the nature of the learning journey.
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