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Minimum Industry Safety Training (MIST) Further Online Training (OPITO Approved)

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  • Duration

    3 to 4 hours

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    OBSRDL038

  • Price

    NOK 630.00

    & Excl. 25.00 % Tax

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Minimum Industry Safety Training (MIST) Further Online Training (OPITO Approved)

Objective

This OPITO Minimum Industry Safety Training (MIST) Further Online Training course is specifically designed for experienced offshore workers operating in the UK oil and gas industry.
The aim of this online course is to enable candidates to retain an awareness of the major accident hazards, workplace hazards and associated controls to be found on offshore installations. Candidates are required to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding across the following key areas:

1. Major Accident Hazards
2. Workplace Hazards and Personal Safety
3. Risk Management
4. Control of Work
5. Helicopter Safety

Target Group

Personnel who require awareness level training for working in Oil and Gas operations.

Prerequisites

You will be an experienced offshore worker and/or hold a valid OPITO MIST Initial or valid OPITO MIST Further training certificate. Prior to commencing the course, all candidates are required to supply a valid Vantage number. Certification is valid for 4 years from date of completion.
In order to qualify for this MIST Further Training course, OPITO requires that the delegate sitting this course, meets at least one of the two criteria below:

1) A valid OPITO MIST Initial (2-day classroom) OR valid OPITO MIST Further (online) training certificate
2) A valid Vantage POB number AND having previously worked offshore in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) or Internationally

NOTE: Learners are required to complete a declaration prior to course commencement confirming prior offshore work experience including details of their last offshore trip, to include asset name, location and dates.
If the person DOES NOT meet at least one of the above criteria, then they should not purchase / sit this MIST Further Training course.

Examination

Candidates are required to sit a pre-assessment to allow them to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the course content against each of the learning objectives. This online version will automatically highlight any knowledge gaps and provide the option to review relevant, or all, content before retaking a customised assessment.
A pass mark of 100% is required to successfully complete the course.

Course Contents

Major Accident Hazards
LO1: Describe North Sea oil and gas activity
LO2: Describe the types of work that are carried out on offshore installations
LO3: List the different legislative framework for offshore work
LO4: Explain the consequences on non-compliance with acts of parliament and regulations
LO5: Define major accident hazards
LO6: Describe the history or major accident hazards in the UK
LO7: Describe the different major accident hazards found offshore
LO8: Explain escalation scenarios
LO9: Describe refuge and evacuation offshore
LO10: Give an overview of industry statistics, trends and safety performance indicators
LO11: Explain the basics of the safety case
LO12: Describe asset integrity
LO13: Describe the different divisions of asset integrity
LO14: Explain the design and construction pedigree of assets
LO15: Explain process safety
LO16: Explain the difference between process safety and personal safety
LO17: Explain the employer and employee asset integrity responsibilities

Workplace Hazards and Personal Safety
LO1: Describe the hazards and controls of confined spaces
LO2: Describe the hazards and controls of working at height
LO3: Describe the hazards and controls of suspended loads
LO4: Describe the hazards and controls of high-pressure systems and equipment
LO5: Describe the hazards and controls of flammable and explosive atmospheres
LO6: Describe the hazards and controls of moving and energised equipment
LO7: Describe COSHH
LO8: Describe the hazards and controls of manual handling
LO9: Describe the hazards and controls of vibration
LO10: Describe safety critical equipment and their different uses
LO11: Describe the hazards and controls of dropped objects
LO12: Describe noise hazards and how to control them
LO13: Describe the hazards and controls for slips, trips and falls
LO14: Explain process safety
LO15: Describe how you can be affected by fatigue
LO16: Explain the IOGP Life Saving Rules
LO17: Explain that companies will have their own life saving rules
LO18: Understand why you should use the correct PPE
LO19: Understand how personal actions affect work and others while on site
LO20: Explain the importance of spatial awareness
LO21: Explain the importance of good communication
LO22: Explain the reasons for reporting systems and the importance of stopping the job
LO23: Explain the role of safety committees
LO24: Explain the role of safety representatives
LO25: Explain how representation works

Risk Management
LO1: Define the difference between hazards, controls and risks
LO2: Define risk and risk assessment
LO3: Explain and describe the hierarchy of controls
LO4: Describe the concepts and techniques of risk assessment
LO5: Describe the steps of a typical risk assessment
LO6: Explain how to use a risk matrix
LO7: Describe additional elements of the risk assessment process
LO8: Explain how management of change can cause and prevent injury in the industry
LO9: Understand the purpose of risk intervention systems
LO10: Explain how to safely carry out an intervention
LO11: Explain the importance of reporting and lessons learned

Control of Work
LO1: Explain the principles of a safety management system
LO2: Explain the requirement for health and safety policies
LO3: Explain that the Safety Management System is an active system
LO4: Explain safety activities and documentation
LO5: Explain the benefits of incident and near miss reporting
LO6: Describe shift handover procedures
LO7: Explain what to expect if you’re involved in an audit
LO8: Explain the principles and objectives of the permit to work (PTW) system

Helicopter Safety
LO1: Understand how aviation is regulated
LO2: Describe helicopter systems and equipment
LO3: Describe the basics of aircraft maintenance and inspections
LO4: Describe the different types of aircraft maintenance engineer
LO5: Describe the different types of aircraft personnel qualifications and training

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