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OPITO Offshore Emergency Response Team Member (OERTM)

This is training for members of the designated emergency response teams in offshore installations.

25 Jul 2024
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Dates

4 days, 08:30 AM BST - 04:30 PM BST

Paisley

Session information

Sessions

Session 1
08:30 BST - 16:30 BST
1 day
Paisley
    Session 2
    08:30 BST - 16:30 BST
    1 day
    Paisley
      Session 3
      08:30 BST - 16:30 BST
      1 day
      Paisley
        Session 4
        08:30 BST - 16:30 BST
        1 day
        Paisley
          • £1,700.00 excl. VAT

          Description

          This course is for personnel who are appointed to, or to be appointed to, the role of an Offshore Emergency Response Team Member. The purpose of this course is to set out the basic training, further practice and assessment requirements for Offshore Emergency Response Team Members which will be conducted at an onshore training centre. The learner should recognise that this is only part of a broader training programme. There will also be company and installation-specific emergency response training, most of which will be conducted offshore on a regular basis as offshore drills and exercises.

           

          Description

          This course is for personnel who are appointed to, or to be appointed to, the role of an Offshore Emergency Response Team Member. The purpose of this course is to set out the basic training, further practice and assessment requirements for Offshore Emergency Response Team Members which will be conducted at an onshore training centre. The learner should recognise that this is only part of a broader training programme. There will also be company and installation-specific emergency response training, most of which will be conducted offshore on a regular basis as offshore drills and exercises.

           

          Description

          This course is for personnel who are appointed to, or to be appointed to, the role of an Offshore Emergency Response Team Member. The purpose of this course is to set out the basic training, further practice and assessment requirements for Offshore Emergency Response Team Members which will be conducted at an onshore training centre. The learner should recognise that this is only part of a broader training programme. There will also be company and installation-specific emergency response training, most of which will be conducted offshore on a regular basis as offshore drills and exercises.

           

          Issuing Authority

          OPITO

          Issuing Authority

          OPITO

          Issuing Authority

          OPITO

          Learning Objectives

          • The role and key responsibilities of the Offshore Emergency Response Team Member (OERTM)
          • Factors which may affect the safety of the OER team and individual team members
          • Typical communication hierarchy and processes used during an incident
          • Typical communication methods and their limitations
          • Typical offshore emergency response arrangements
          • Hazards, hazard recognition and mitigation associated with typical fire and non-fire incidents
          • The key elements of incident planning and progress monitoring 
          • The purpose, operation, performance and limitations of typical fixed fire-fighting systems used offshore
          • Typical OER team mobilisation procedures
          • The key elements included in an incident brief Delegate must be able to demonstrate:
          • How to select and operate the correct firefighting equipment and media to extinguish different types of fires
          • Breathing apparatus control board procedures
          • How to identify and don the appropriate emergency response PPE required for the OER team member
          • The operation, donning and wearer checks of working duration breathing apparatus
          • Participation in an incident brief
          • Participation as an OER team member in a specified range of fire and non-fire related incidents under the direction of the Offshore Emergency Response Team Leader (OERTL) following safe working practices and procedures
          • Selection and use of correct portable fire-fighting equipment 
          • Selection, operation and flushing of foam firefighting equipment 
          • Extinguishing of different types of fire and securing the area 
          • Effective communication with OERTL and OER team members during an incident
          • The key considerations and actions whilst entering and working in the incident area
          • Correct search and rescue procedures and techniques
          • The correct steps involved in initial casualty assessment and recovery
          • Participation in a post-incident debrief.

          Learning Objectives

          • The role and key responsibilities of the Offshore Emergency Response Team Member (OERTM)
          • Factors which may affect the safety of the OER team and individual team members
          • Typical communication hierarchy and processes used during an incident
          • Typical communication methods and their limitations
          • Typical offshore emergency response arrangements
          • Hazards, hazard recognition and mitigation associated with typical fire and non-fire incidents
          • The key elements of incident planning and progress monitoring 
          • The purpose, operation, performance and limitations of typical fixed fire-fighting systems used offshore
          • Typical OER team mobilisation procedures
          • The key elements included in an incident brief Delegate must be able to demonstrate:
          • How to select and operate the correct firefighting equipment and media to extinguish different types of fires
          • Breathing apparatus control board procedures
          • How to identify and don the appropriate emergency response PPE required for the OER team member
          • The operation, donning and wearer checks of working duration breathing apparatus
          • Participation in an incident brief
          • Participation as an OER team member in a specified range of fire and non-fire related incidents under the direction of the Offshore Emergency Response Team Leader (OERTL) following safe working practices and procedures
          • Selection and use of correct portable fire-fighting equipment 
          • Selection, operation and flushing of foam firefighting equipment 
          • Extinguishing of different types of fire and securing the area 
          • Effective communication with OERTL and OER team members during an incident
          • The key considerations and actions whilst entering and working in the incident area
          • Correct search and rescue procedures and techniques
          • The correct steps involved in initial casualty assessment and recovery
          • Participation in a post-incident debrief.

          Learning Objectives

          • The role and key responsibilities of the Offshore Emergency Response Team Member (OERTM)
          • Factors which may affect the safety of the OER team and individual team members
          • Typical communication hierarchy and processes used during an incident
          • Typical communication methods and their limitations
          • Typical offshore emergency response arrangements
          • Hazards, hazard recognition and mitigation associated with typical fire and non-fire incidents
          • The key elements of incident planning and progress monitoring 
          • The purpose, operation, performance and limitations of typical fixed fire-fighting systems used offshore
          • Typical OER team mobilisation procedures
          • The key elements included in an incident brief Delegate must be able to demonstrate:
          • How to select and operate the correct firefighting equipment and media to extinguish different types of fires
          • Breathing apparatus control board procedures
          • How to identify and don the appropriate emergency response PPE required for the OER team member
          • The operation, donning and wearer checks of working duration breathing apparatus
          • Participation in an incident brief
          • Participation as an OER team member in a specified range of fire and non-fire related incidents under the direction of the Offshore Emergency Response Team Leader (OERTL) following safe working practices and procedures
          • Selection and use of correct portable fire-fighting equipment 
          • Selection, operation and flushing of foam firefighting equipment 
          • Extinguishing of different types of fire and securing the area 
          • Effective communication with OERTL and OER team members during an incident
          • The key considerations and actions whilst entering and working in the incident area
          • Correct search and rescue procedures and techniques
          • The correct steps involved in initial casualty assessment and recovery
          • Participation in a post-incident debrief.

          Certification

          OPITO OERTM

          Certification

          OPITO OERTM

          Certification

          OPITO OERTM

          Revalidation

          2 years

          Revalidation

          2 years

          Revalidation

          2 years

          Who is this course for?

          Members of the OER Team

          Who is this course for?

          Members of the OER Team

          Who is this course for?

          Members of the OER Team

          Price

          £1500 excl. VAT

          Price

          £1500 excl. VAT

          Price

          £1500 excl. VAT

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