Emergency Response Management in the Oil & Gas Industry

Why Attend

Oil and Gas industry is identified as one of the most hazardous occupational sectors in the world. Any troublesome event in the industry should be approached with a serious commitment to the safety of infrastructure, workers and processes. Hence, emergency response management in the Oil & Gas industry paly a vital role in corporate integrity and reputation. This course offers training in the fundamentals of the emergency planning process, including the rationale behind planning. It will develop your capability for active participation in the all-hazard emergency operations planning process to save lives and protect property threatened by disaster. Participants will understand how to address crisis and emergencies in a way that avoids or minimises loss of life and property.

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Course Objectives

  • By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
  • • Participants on safe behavior and acting during emergency cases.
  • • Understand the attributes between Incidents, Emergencies and Crisis in the industry
  • • Develop methods on how to avoid unnecessary escalation & how to design command & control response to each scenario
  • • Learn how to enhance on-scene leadership capabilities and techniques
  • • Apply best practice in organising Emergency Communications Centre (ECC), Emergency Response (ERT) and Crisis Management Teams (CMT) to their best advantage
  • • Analyse the importance of human factor, the means to ensure the best psychological readiness, resource allocation, deployment, discipline and leadership

Target Audience

This training course is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
• Ministry/Government Regulators
• Fire, Safety and Security Professionals
• Operations, Asset and Facility Professionals
• Designated Incident, Emergency and Crisis Response Professionals
• Line Managers and Supervisors and other professionals wishing to appraise their comprehension of Emergency Response

Module 1 - Emergency Response Overview

  • KeyTopics:
    • Course introduction
    • Who and what should be involved in an Emergency Response programme?
    • What can cause an Emergency?
    • Skills required in the emergency response team
    • List of Potential Situations and Emergencies
    • Incident Management System
    • Hazard Awareness Programs & Risk analysis
    • Fire chemistry, Fire hazards, Fire safety, Portable fire extinguishers, Fire suppression, Teamwork, Hazardous materials

Module 2 - Emergency Plan and Role of Personals

  • KeyTopics:
    • Emergencies Plan
      • Medical assistance, first aid kits and equipment
      • Emergency procedures, documentation & reporting.
    • Personnel
      • Onsite personnel
      • Roles & Responsibilities.
      • Team management
      • Offsite personnel
      • Response contractors.
      • Fire and emergency.

Module 3 - Training of Employees Visitors and Contractors

  • KeyTopics:
    • Hazard recognition.
    • Evacuation routes and refuges.
    • Reporting lines of in-plant respondents.
    • Emergency chain of command.
    • Communication methods and signals
    • How to call for help?
    • Emergency equipment and its uses.
    • Handling of injured personnel.
    • Offsite support and how to use it.
    • Offsite emergency respondents.
    • Site specific hazards.
    • Appropriate response techniques.
    • Site emergency procedures.
    • Decontamination procedures.

Module 4 - Emergency Recognition, Communication and Site Mapping

  • KeyTopics:
    • Emergency Recognition and Prevention
      • Personnel alert for potentially hazardous situations.
      • Signs and symptoms in themselves and others that warn of hazardous conditions over exposure.
    • Communications
      • Location of injured persons.
      • Evacuation routes.
      • Reach outside services.
      • Communication to the public.
    • Site Mapping
      • Graphic of locations and types of hazards.
      • Site terrain-buildings, barriers, waterways.
      • Evacuation Routes.
      • Offsite populations and environments at risk.

Module 5 - Equipment, Evacuation Plan & Follow-Up & Documentations

  • KeyTopics:
    • Equipment
      • Necessary to treat victims.
      • Protect Personnel.
      • Mitigate Hazardous Conditions.
      • All equipment must be available, in working condition and unobstructed
    • Company Emergency Evacuation Plan And Evacuation Procedures
    • Follow-Up & Documentation
      • Notify outside agencies.
      • After emergency, team members meet and conduct critique of actions.
      • Restock equipment and supplies.
      • Replace or repair any damaged equipment.
      • Review contingency plan for changes.

This course has not been scheduled, however you can request for In-House training