Institute of Occupational Safety and Health(IOSH) Managing Safely in Oil and Gas Drilling

1 Day

Elements of a Dropped Objects Prevention Scheme

Drops Gap analysis

Drops risk management

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Institute of Occupational Safety and Health(IOSH) Managing Safely in Oil and Gas Drilling

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About this course

The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is UK’s leading membership organization for safety and health professionals and a major provider of health and safety training. The IOSH Managing Safely in Oil and Gas Drilling provide the essential knowledge and understanding of how to manage health & safety responsibilities in Oil and Gas drilling operations.

It addresses the challenges faced by line managers in drilling operations and proffers solutions through the understanding of HSE management principles as they relate to day to day drilling activities. This course is expected to improve the safety awareness culture in any organization through improved leadership involvement in HSE and an understanding that HSE is a line management responsibility.

The administration of this course includes both classroom and practical sessions.

Target Audience

This IOSH Managing Safely in Drilling course is designed for personnel in a management or supervisory role, in the oil and gas drilling industry. This include roles like the following:

• Offshore Installation Manager (OIM)
• Tool pusher
• Assistant Driller
• Driller
• Chief Electrician
• Chief Mechanic
• Bargemaster

Certification

An IOSH (UK) certificate will be issued at the end of the course.

Duration

3 Days.

Course content

• Introducing managing safely in Oil and Gas Drilling operations
• HSE responsibilities of the supervisory personnel
• Identifying hazards, risk assessment and control
• Verification and validation
• Investigating accidents and incidents
• Protecting our environment
• Measuring HSE performance
• Management of Change
• Human factors

Syllabus

1 Day

Elements of a Dropped Objects Prevention Scheme

Drops Gap analysis

Drops risk management