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The Management of Major Emergencies (MoME) training prepares Offshore Installation Managers (OIM's) and other members of a crisis management team on offshore platforms for action during major emergencies. During the training participants will be confronted with incidents that can occur while executing daily activities on an oﬀshore platform. Various realistic scenarios, matched to work processes and procedures, train the participants on how to act and communicate in crisis situations.
This training provides personnel with formal training in command, control, communications and stress-related factors in the management of major emergencies. Upon completing this course, the participants are able to show effective leadership.
Offshore Installation Managers (OIM)
Persons being part of an Emergency Management Team
Persons providing support to an Emergency Management Team.
The Delegate is required to have intricate knowledge of E&P operations and (company specific) emergency procedures.
The maximum number of delegates on this course is 6 (six).
The delegate will be assessed by means of continuous evaluation by a trained and qualified Assessor.
The number of command centre simulations during the course shall be no less than 2 per delegate. Delegates can only obtain an appraisal if they have performed the role of OIM for a minimum of 2 simulations.
By the end of the course the delegate is to receive a written and specified appraisal with the following possible results:
1 = Ready to take formal assessment without need for further training or improvement;
2 = Ready to take formal assessment but need for improvement on specified topics;
3 = Not yet ready to take formal assessment. Need for further training.
Validity: 4 years
Subjects of the theory sessions are:
- Case studies.
- The role of the Emergency Manager and the Emergency Management Team.
- The need for a well equipped command centre and a Information Management system (IMS).
- Maintaining a state of readiness on board and preparation for Emergencies.
- The nature of Major Emergencies and their respective requirements for leadership abilities.
- The effects of stress on the performance of key personnel.
The practical training will be executed by means of command centre simulations and consist of the following elements:
- Assessing the Situation
- Taking Effective Action
- Maintaining Communications
- Delegating Authority
- Managing Self and Team
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