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Delegates should build competence and knowledge about preparations for emergency landings on water, as well as the ability to evacuate efficiently and independently from a helicopter both above and below water.
Delegates should be able to:
-Evacuate a submerged helicopter both with and without the use of HABD
-Lead an evacuation of passengers and crew to a raft from a ditched helicopter
-Prepare and perform lifesaving first aid, as well as fight/put out small fires onboard the helicopter.
-Evacuate a helicopter independently with the use of a re-breathing system (pax)
-Perform lifesaving first aid, put out small fires and master sea survival in rough seas as well as different means of evacuation according to NOROG's curriculum.
Civil crew/SAR-service who needs to stay offshore while in service.
Basic Safety Training according to Norwegian Oil and Gas no older than 4 years, and training according to JAR-OPS 3/EASA no older than 3 years.
A written test is completed before the practical training with HABD begins.
Upon completion of the course, delegates are given a certificate according to JA OPS 3/EASA and NOROG. Delegates have to participate in all exercises to pass the course.
- Preparations for crew and passengers before an emergency landing
- Procedures for evacuation
- Emergency equipment and systems in the helicopter
-Sea survival and means of evacuation.
-Organising evacuation from helicopter into life raft
-Underwater evacuation from helicopter simulator with re-breather system
-Water accustomisation in shallow waters, with and without the use of HABD
-Underwater evacuation from helicopter simulator with and without the use of HABD
-Lifesaving first aid with CPR
-Fire fighting with handheld extinguisher and small fire hose
-Staying at sea in survival suits
-Use of emergency equipment.
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