Offshore Safety Training Training Programs
Basic Offshore Safety & Emergency Training
To provide participants with survival and emergency training in order to prepare them for an emergency in an offshore environment.
Day 1 : HUET and Sea Survival, Day 2 : Basic Fire Fighting & Basic Life Support. Participants are required to pass an assessment of practical skills and a written or verbal examination of theory.
Participants must hold a valid and current medical certificate in accordance with:
If non-marine industry personnel – Industry Standards.
If marine industry personnel – As per-SOLAS chapter 9.
Day One: M&O HUET and Sea Survival Course
Day Two: Basic emergency training including Fire Awareness and Basic Life Support Skills.
This course can be conducted at remote locations with sufficient resources such as a swimming pool and a suitable open area for fire training. (Minimum required pool depth is 2 metres.)
By the end of the two-day program, participants will have an understanding and a thorough knowledge of the following:
- Hazards of Over water Operations – Helicopters
- Pre ditching drills
- Surface abandonment
- Underwater Escape
- Sea Survival skills and techniques
- Basic Fire Fighting theory
- Practical uses of fire extinguishers, hose reels and fire blankets
- Basic Life Support – EAR, CPR, DRABC