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  • OPITO APPROVED STANDARD

    Oil & Gas Industry Fireproofing

    Training Standard (Level 1)

    OPITO Standard Code Level 1: 9028

  • OPITO Approved Standard Oil & Gas Industry Fireproofing Training Standard (Level 1)

    OPITO

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    OPITO is an Industry owned not for profit organisation that exists solely to service the needs of the Oil and Gas Industry. OPITO is employer led in all aspects of what it does, therefore all standards development activities are at the behest of industry employers. The standards are driven by the needs of employers to help create a safe and competent workforce. This standard is owned by the Oil and Gas Industry and maintained by OPITO who are the nominated custodians of all Industry standards within the OPITO portfolio which carry the OPITO logo. The contents of this document were developed by an industry workgroup facilitated and supported by OPITO. The workgroup consisted of representation from a cross section of oil and gas Industry employers, discipline experts working within the industry and members of the OPITO Approved Training network. This standard has been verified and accepted through the governance and integrity management model for OPITO standards. Guidance on this standard is available by contacting OPITO at: Standards enquiries

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  • OPITO Approved Standard Oil & Gas Industry Fireproofing Training Standard (Level 1)

    OPITO

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    AMENDMENTS

    AMENDMENT & DATE PAGES CHANGES MADE BY

    CHECKED BY

    APPROVED BY

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    Revision 0 released 28-Jul 2009

    1 Inserted standard code into Title Page, amended wording regarding certification under section C.1 Certification, inserted Appendix 1 - to align with other OPITO standards Revision 0 Amendment 1 10-January 2013

    Title page, Page 14

    M. Foo M. Carr P. Lammiman

    RREEVV

    11 Revision 1 10 October 2014 2014 three-yearly Industry Review completed

    All M.Foo OPITO Standards & Approvals

    GSAA & OPITO Strategic

    1 Rectified error duplicated elements in Module 2 & 3. Revision 1 Amendment 1 30-October 2014

    15-18 M.Foo P.Lammiman P. Lammiman

    2 Changed standard code from 9025 to 9028 to differentiate between old and new training standard Revision 1 Amendment 2 14-August 2015

    Front page

    GTC SM GTD

    Any amendments made to this standard by OPITO will be recorded above.

  • OPITO Approved Standard Oil & Gas Industry Fireproofing Training Standard (Level 1)

    OPITO

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    CONTENTS

    INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................ 5

    SECTION A TRAINING PROGRAMME ................................................................................. 8

    A.1 TARGET GROUP ............................................................................................................. 8 A.2 DELEGATE PRIOR ACHIEVEMENT ..................................................................................... 8 A.3 PHYSICAL & STRESSFUL DEMANDS OF THE INITIAL PROGRAMME ....................................... 8 A.4 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES .................................................................................................. 10 A.5 LEARNING OUTCOMES .................................................................................................. 10 A.6 DELEGATE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION ........................................................................ 11 A.7 INITIAL TRAINING DURATION AND TIMING ........................................................................ 12 A.8 TRAINING PROGRAMME ................................................................................................. 13

    SECTION B LEVEL 1 (WE) SUPERVISED WORKPLACE EXPERIENCE .......................... 19

    B.1 TARGET GROUP FOR LEVEL 1 (WE) ............................................................................... 19 B.2 CANDIDATE PREREQUISITES FOR LEVEL 1 (WE) ............................................................. 19 B.3 SUPERVISED WORKPLACE EXPERIENCE FOR LEVEL 1 (WE) ............................................ 20

    SECTION C RESOURCES .................................................................................................. 21

    C.1 STAFF .......................................................................................................................... 21 C.2 TRAINER/DELEGATE RATIO ........................................................................................... 21 C.3 FACILITIES .................................................................................................................... 22 C.4 EQUIPMENT .................................................................................................................. 22

    SECTION D ADMINISTRATION & CERTIFICATION .......................................................... 23

    D.1 JOINING INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................................. 23 D.2 PERIODICITY ................................................................................................................ 23 D.3 CERTIFICATION ............................................................................................................. 24 D.4 COURSE ADMINISTRATION ............................................................................................. 24

    GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS .................................................................... 25

    APPENDIX 1: OPITO INFORMATION...................................................................................... 26

    APPENDIX 2: OPITO FIREPROOFING TRAINING (LEVEL 1) TRAINING RECORD .............. 27

    APPENDIX 3: LEVEL 1 (WE) LOGBOOK WORKPLACE EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS ... 28

    APPENDIX 4: LEVEL 1 (WE) LOGBOOK ................................................................................ 29

    OPITO FIREPROOFING TRAINING LEVEL 1 (WE) TASK PROGRESS SUMMARY .............. 33

  • OPITO Approved Standard Oil & Gas Industry Fireproofing Training Standard (Level 1)

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    INTRODUCTION

    Passive fire protection does not prevent fires but is designed, in the event of explosion and fire, to protect the structural steelwork of an installation. In an offshore oil and gas environment, passive fire protection systems are applied to the primary structure of the platform to ensure there is no collapse of the steelwork during a hydrocarbon fire. Depending on specific platform safety case requirements, passive fire protection systems can be designed and applied to protect the structure for up to 4 hours duration. This in turn will allow additional time to effectively down man platforms in a controlled manner. The OPITO Approved Fireproofing Training Level 1 Standard was developed to train delegates in the installation of passive fire protection in the offshore oil and gas industry. This standard should not be deemed as stand alone for training purposes as personnel need to be specifically trained by the fire proofing manufacturer. It is vital that these products are applied to the highest standards by suitably trained individuals who have also completed a manufacturers training course. Fireproofers should also be continually assessed to ensure that they meet the required performance standard. The OPITO Approved Fireproofing Competence Assessment Level 2 Standard (separate OPITO Standard) was written and reviewed at the same time as the training document and can be used by employing companies to assess their experienced employees in passive fireproofing installation. This standard includes on-the-job workplace experience tasks for personnel before undertaking the Level 2 competence assessment. The fireproofers route to achieve OPITO training and competence certification is comprised of the following stages:

    The Fireproofing Training and Competence Levels Level 1 The Initial Training Programme:

    Delegates successfully completing the Initial Training Programme will be awarded an OPITO Level 1 certificate; this entitles the delegate to progress to Level 1 (WE): Workplace experience tasks

    Level 1 (WE) Workplace Experience Tasks: Level 1 (WE) specifies the series of workplace experience tasks which the candidate will be required to complete in order to gain relevant experience in the workplace. Each task must be logged in a log book provided by the Training Provider.

    Level 2 Competence Assessment: Level 2 specifies the assessment process and criteria for the candidate to demonstrate competence in the role of a Fireproofer. Successful candidates will be awarded an OPITO certificate of competence.

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