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IADC RigPass HSE Orientation (SafeGulf And SafeLand) | M&A Safety Services | Youngsville, LA

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  • Prerequisites This course shall have no formal pre-requisite.
  • Student Min/Max 1/16
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Course Information

  • Additional Schedule Details
    Start / Finish Times: Training courses will begin at 7:30 am and should conclude by 4:30 pm; it is recommended that delegates arrive at 7:00 am.

    Breaks: 10 minutes (approximately every hour)
    Lunch: 1 Hour (if applicable)

    Meals / Refreshments: Delegates will be provided with a 1-hour lunch break with meals provided at client’s expense. Coffee and water will be available free of charge. Periodic breaks will be offered to delegate’s during training.
  • Course duration 8 hours - Course length shall vary depending on the number of delegates. Total course time includes breaks.
  • Course Summary

    Course Objective

    - Delegates will gain an awareness of the hazards encountered when working on oil & gas installations and the systems in place to control and mitigate those hazards.
    - Identify main hazards, their risk, control, and consequences.
    - Potential environmental impact of oil & gas operations.
    - Identify key safety regulations and explain the concept of these regulations.
    - Principles of managing safety on oil & gas installations.
    - Alcohol and substance abuse policy.
    - PPE requirements on oil & gas installations.
    - Procedures for reporting incidents, accidents and near misses.

    Class Size: The maximum number of delegates that may be trained and tested per instructor shall be thirty–five (35) in the classroom session.

    Course Design
    Power Point© / Lecture / Audio Video / Visual Aids

    Training Center Provided Material
     Course Materials

  • Target Audience
    This training programme is designed to meet the offshore safety and emergency response training requirements for personnel new (or returning) to the offshore oil and gas industry in a tropical environment.
  • Theory Learning Objectives
    Section I - Safety & Environmental Management System (SEMS)
        - What is SEMS?
        - Regulatory Agencies
        - SEMS Compliance
            o Who is affected by SEMS?
            o Who is responsible for SEMS?
            o How are workers affected?
            o SEMS II Regulations
            o Management of Change (MOC)
            o Operating/Safe Work Practices
            o Training Requirements
            o Quality Assurance
            o Pre-Startup Review
            o Emergency Response
            o Incident Investigation
            o Audits/Recordkeeping

    Section II – Safety Principles
        - Behavior Based Safety
            o General Safety
            o Human Behavior
            o What is Behavior Based Safety?
            o Why Behavior Based Safety?
            o The Behavior Based process
            o Critical Behaviors and Barriers to Safety
            o At Risk Behaviors
        - Drug & Alcohol Safety
            o General Policies
            o Drug & Alcohol Testing
        - Pre-employment
        - Post-Accident
        - Random
        - Reasonable Cause
        - Other (Pre-access)
            o Types of Drug Testing
            o Prescription/non-prescription drugs
            o Supervisor Responsibility
            o Search & Seizures
        - Personal Conduct
            o Discuss general good conduct
        - Workplace Violence
        - What is workplace violence?
            o Industry Statistics
            o Preventing workplace violence
            o Common forms of workplace violence
            o Reporting workplace violence
            o Prohibited workplace items
        - Stop Work Authority
            o Intervention Examples
            o Things to consider when using Intervention
            o Employee Responsibility
        - Job Safety Analysis (JSA/JHA)
            o What is a JSA?
            o Benefits of a JSA
            o Writing a JSA
            o Identifying Job Steps
            o Identifying Potential Hazards
            o Identifying Solutions to Eliminate Hazards
            o Pre-Written JSA’s
        - Housekeeping
            o Preventions
            o Employee Responsibilities
        - Walking and Working Surfaces
            o Overview/Statistics
            o Floor Hole
            o Floor Opening
            o Stairway Floor Opening
            o Fixed Industrial Stairs
            o Ladder-way Floor Opening
            o Wall Opening
            o Open-Sided Floors and Platforms
            o Standard Guardrail System
            o Scaffolding
            o Scaffolding Safety
            o Portable Ladders
        - Portable Ladder Angle
            o Fixed Ladders
            o General Ladder Safety
        - Incident Reporting and Investigation
            o What is an incident?
            o Causes of Incidents
            o Incident Reporting
            o Incident Investigation

    Section III – Rig & Platform Environment
        - Arrival Procedures
            o General Requirements
            o Safety Orientation
            o Station Bill
        - Emergency Response
            o Types of alarms/sounds
            o Your actions and emergency exit requirements
        - Other Warning Systems
            o Standard Sign Colors
            o Standard Symbols
            o Safety Labels
            o HAZCOM Labels
            o HMIS Labels
            o Visual Awareness
            o Barriers, orange cones, caution tape, etc…
        - Living and Working
            o General Information
            o Simultaneous Operations

    Section IV – Worksite Safety
        - General Worksite Requirements
            o Define general worksite hazards
            o Site Risk Assessment
        - Working at Heights
            o Employee Responsibilities
            o Administrative Controls
            o Engineering Controls
        - Confined Space
            o What is a confined space?
            o Atmospheric Hazards
            o Physical Hazards
        - Hazardous Energy
            o Potential vs. Kinetic Energy
            o Lockout/Tagout
            o General Safety
            o Energy Control Plan
            o Energy Control Program
            o Lock Out/Tag Out Requirements
        - Work Permits
            o Permit Requirements
            o Permit Information
            o Types of Permits
            o Confined Space
            o Hot Work
            o Other (critical lifts, working at heights, etc.)
            o Employee Responsibilities
        - Hand Safety
            o Reasons for Hand Injures
            o Hand Hazards
            o Knife Injury Prevention
            o Alternative Cutting Devices
        - Tool Safety
            o Power Tool Safety
            o General Tool Safety
        - Material Handling
            o General Safety
            o Rigging Gear Requirements/Inspection
            o Housekeeping/storage
            o Communications
        - Manual Material Handling
            o Common Back Injuries
            o Lifting Techniques – Leverage Zones
        - Green Zone
        - Yellow Zone
        - Red Zone
            o Have a Plan
            o Body Lifting Mechanics
            o Lifting a Load
            o Carrying a Load
            o Lowering a Load
            o Pushing vs. Pulling
            o Standing/Walking
            o Sitting/Working
            o Driving
            o Sleeping
            o Sources of Back Pain
            o Reporting Back Pain
        - Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
            o What is GHS?
            o HAZCOM Standard Requirements
        - Employee Right to Know
            o Regulatory Agenda
            o What should be harmonized?
        - Physical Hazards
        - Health Hazards
            o Impact of OSHA Requirements
        - Hazard Communication Standard
        - Labels
        - Safety Data Sheets
            o Sections (16) of Safety Data Sheets
            o HAZCOM Standard Requirements
        - Employer/Employee Responsibilities
        - HAZCOM Program
            o HAZCOM Labeling Systems
        - Transport of Hazardous Materials
            o Steps to ensure compliance
            o Shipping Paper Retention
            o Emergency Response Information
            o Placarding Requirements
        - Hazardous Material Release
            o HAZWOPER Response
            o Incident Reporting
            o Training Requirements
        - Hazardous Atmospheres
            o Lead
            o Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
            o Carbon Dioxide
            o NORM
            o Nitrogen

    Section V - Personal Protection & Health
        - Personal Protective Equipment
            o PPE Requirements
            o Hazard Assessments
        - Employer/Employee Responsibilities
            o Head Protection
            o Eye and Face Protection
            o Hearing Protection
            o Foot Protection
            o Hand Protection
            o Respiratory Protection
            o Fall Protection
            o Protective Clothing
        - First Aid
            o Emergency Response Procedures
            o First Aid Equipment
        - Bloodborne Pathogens
            o General Information
            o Exposure Entry Points of Body
            o Recognize Potential Exposures
            o General Safe Work Practices
            o Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)/Decontamination
            o Exposure Incident Response
        - Severe Weather
            o General Information
            o Types of adverse weather conditions
            o General adverse weather safety
        - Health & Wildlife
            o Awareness of wildlife encounters on the job site

    Section VI – Environmental Protection & Fire Safety
        - Environmental Protection
            o About Environmental Protection/Awareness
            o Waste Minimization/Pollution Prevention
            o Waste Reduction Planning
            o Waste Safety
            o HAZWOPER Response
            o Spill/Release Response
            o Containment
            o Chemical Handling
        - Fire Safety
            o General Prevention
            o Chemical Storage
            o Common Fuels
            o Fire Triangle
            o 5 Classes of Fire
            o Types of Extinguishers
            o Emergency Response Plan
            o Evacuation
            o Employee Responsivities

    Section VII – Offshore Operations
        - Transportation
            o Arriving at Shore Base
        - Helicopter Transportation
            o General Safety
            o Boarding
        - Boat Transportation
            o General Safety/Station Bill
            o Personnel Transfer
            o Swing Rope
            o Personnel Basket
        - Arrival at Worksite
            o Orientation/Station Bill
            o Emergency Action Plan
        - Personal Floatation Devices (PFD’s)
            o Type I PFD
            o Type V PFD
            o Aviation PFD
            o Type IV PFD
            o Life Floats
        - Survival Crafts
            o Different Types/Uses
            o Survival Equipment
        - Marine/Aviation Life Rafts
            o Operation/Boarding
            o Survival Equipment
        - Search and Rescue (SAR)
        - Security Awareness
        - Marine Debris

    Section VIII – Onshore Operations
        - Land Transportation
            o Safe Vehicle Travel/Maintenance
            o Prohibited Actions
            o Driving Conditions
            o Arrival Procedures
        - Excavation & Trenching
            o General Safety
            o Competent Person
            o Safe Work Practices
            o Access & Egress
            o General Hazards
            o Methods of Protection
            o Protection Systems
        - Sloping
        - Shoring
        - Shielding
        - Pits and Ponds
            o About Pits and Ponds
            o Working safely around Pits and Ponds
  • Practical Learning Objectives None
  • Certification Details
    Successful Course Completion
    - Requires a minimum score of 80% or better.
    - Delegates will have no more than sixty (60) minutes to complete the exam.
    - Grades shall be calculated by dividing the number of questions answered correctly by the total number of exam questions.

    Delegate Requirements

    Reference Material / Documents
    -BSSE 30 CFR 250.109 – 250.113
    -BSSE 30 CFR 250.490
    -DOT 49 CFR 171-179
    -Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
    -National Fire Protection Association Codes and Standards
    -Offshore Operators Committee
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.22
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.101
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.132-133
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.138
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.145
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.157
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.333
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1001
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1020
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart E
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1926.150
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1926.200
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1926.500-503
    -OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1101
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          • Allowed Classroom
        • Services and Amenities
          • Allowed ADA Accessiblity
          • Allowed Restrooms
          • Allowed Emailed Certificates
          • Allowed Printed Course Materials
          • Location
            512 Viaulet Road, Youngsville, LA 70592, USA

          Other Notes

          • Items to BringPlease bring a government-issued ID.
          • Health and Safety Considerations
            Emergency response training contains physically demanding and potentially stressful elements. All personnel who participate in such training must be medically fit and capable of participating fully. All personnel will be required to complete a self-declaration of fitness form prior to the commencement of practical. 

          About Your Trainer,

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          M&A Safety Services is a full service safety training company located in Youngsville, Louisiana. Our ownership team made up of Bryan Aucoin, Travis Martin, and Don Romero bring countless years of experience in both HSE and operational experience in the Production, Construction, and Drilling industries. 

          M&A Safety Services provides comprehensive instructor-led training courses that are readily available to meet our customers’ training needs. Our training center delivers essential training courses on a daily basis which offers our customers maximum flexibility to train their employees at their convenience. Training courses can also be delivered onsite at the customers work site including domestic, international and offshore locations. 

          Our Lafayette training center is a 20,000 square foot facility located in Youngsville, Louisiana. It contains (11) multimedia classrooms, (2) indoor heated pools, a METS-5 HUET Simulator, a TEMPSC, a Hydraulic Crane, a Confined Space Simulator, a Fall Protection Simulator, and numerous Firefighting Simulators designed to simulate various types of fires.

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