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OPITO International Guidance for Effective Management of Competence and Training in Emergency Response in the Oil and Gas IndustryIssue Number 1 November 2010

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OPITO International Guidance for Effective Management of Competence and Training in Emergency Response in the Oil and Gas Industry

ContentsContents......................................................................................................................... 2 1 Acknowledgements .............................................................................................. 7 2 Introduction ........................................................................................................... 7Figure 1 Competence and Training in Emergency Response - an Integrated System ............ 9

3 4 4.1 4.2 5 5.1 5.2 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 7 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 8 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7

Background and Philosophy ............................................................................. 10 Framework........................................................................................................... 11 Asset Owner/Operator ...................................................................................... 11 Individuals......................................................................................................... 11 Scope ................................................................................................................... 12 Personnel with No Specific Emergency Response Duties ................................ 12 Personnel with Specific Emergency Response Duties ..................................... 12 Personnel Working at an Oil and Gas Installation ........................................... 14 All Personnel .................................................................................................... 14 Personnel with Specific Emergency Response Duties (Refer to Section 9) 16 Visiting Personnel ............................................................................................. 16 Process for Competence and Training in Emergency Response ................... 17 Identifying the Competencies for Each Role ..................................................... 17 Training the Individual to Achieve the Required Competence .......................... 17 Assessing that the Individual Demonstrates the Expected Level of Competence17 Practising and Maintaining the Expected Level of Competence ....................... 17 Practice, Simulation and Testing ...................................................................... 18 Introduction ....................................................................................................... 18

Figure 2: Considerations for Competence and Training in Emergency Response ............... 19

Onsite Practise and Exercises .......................................................................... 20 Regular Practise and Assessment.................................................................... 21 Onshore Exercise ............................................................................................. 22 Confidence and Involvement of the Workforce ................................................. 22 Safety Representatives (where applicable) ...................................................... 23 Implementation ................................................................................................. 23 9 Guidelines for Training and Competence in Emergency Response for Personnel with Specific Emergency Response Roles..................................... 24 9.1 Role: Offshore Installation Manager ................................................................. 24Figure 3: Competence and Training in Emergency Response - OIM.................................... 24 9.1.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................ 25 9.1.2 9.1.3 Method of Assessment of Performance against OPITO Industry Standards ........... 25 Preparation for the Assessment ............................................................................. 25

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9.1.4 9.1.5 9.1.6 9.1.7 9.1.8 9.1.9

The Assessment..................................................................................................... 26 OIM Training .......................................................................................................... 27 Regular Practise ..................................................................................................... 27 Recommendations ................................................................................................. 28 Deputy for OIM ....................................................................................................... 29 OIMs on Normally Unattended Installations (NUIs)................................................. 29

9.2

Role: Emergency Deputy for Offshore Installation Manager ............................ 30

Figure 4: Competence and Training in Emergency Response Deputy OIM ....................... 30 9.2.1 Training and Assessment ....................................................................................... 31

9.3

Role: Fire/Emergency Response Team Leader............................................... 32

Figure 5: Competence and Training in Emergency Response - OERTL............................... 32 9.3.1 Entry Criteria .......................................................................................................... 33 9.3.2 9.3.3 9.3.4 9.3.5 Establishing Key Emergency Response Functions and Responsibilities ................ 33 Training the Individual in those Functions and Responsibilities .............................. 33 Assessing that the Individual Can Demonstrate Competence in those Functions and Responsibilities ...................................................................................................... 33 Practising and Maintaining Competence in Emergency Response ......................... 33

9.4

Role: Fire/Emergency Response Team Member............................................. 34

Figure 6: Competence and Training in Emergency Response - OERTM.............................. 34 9.4.1 Entry Criteria .......................................................................................................... 35 9.4.2 9.4.3 9.4.4 9.4.5 Establishing Key Emergency Response Functions and Responsibilities ................ 35 Training the Individual in those Functions and Responsibilities .............................. 35 Assessing that the Individual Can Demonstrate Competence in those Functions and Responsibilities ...................................................................................................... 35 Practising and Maintaining Competence in Emergency Response ......................... 35

9.5

Role: Offshore Lifeboat Coxswain ................................................................... 36

Figure 7: Competence and Training in Emergency Response - OLC ................................... 36 9.5.1 Entry Criteria .......................................................................................................... 37 9.5.2 Establishing Key Emergency Response Functions and Responsibilities ................ 37 9.5.3 9.5.4 9.5.5 Training the Individual in those Functions and Responsibilities .............................. 37 Assessing that the Individual Can Demonstrate Competence in those Functions and Responsibilities ...................................................................................................... 37 Practising and Maintaining Competence in Emergency Response ......................... 37

9.6

Role: Muster Checker ...................................................................................... 38

Figure 8 Competence and Training in Emergency Response - Muster Checker .................. 38 9.6.1 Entry Criteria .......................................................................................................... 38 9.6.2 9.6.3 9.6.4 Establishing Key Emergency Response Functions and Responsibilities ................ 38 Assessing that the Individual Can Demonstrate Competence in those Functions and Responsibilities ...................................................................................................... 38 Practising and Maintaining Competence in Emergency Response ......................... 38

9.7

Role: Muster Co-ordinator ............................................................................... 39

Figure 9: Competence and Training in Emergency Response Muster Co-ordinator .......... 39 9.7.1 Entry Criteria .......................................................................................................... 39 Issue No 1 November 2010 Page 3 of 63

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9.7.2 9.7.3 9.7.4

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