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Control Room Operator Emergency Response

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  • Duration

    2 days

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  • Price

    QAR 10,000.00

    Excl. extras

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Control Room Operator Emergency Response


The aim and objective of the CRO Emergency Response Competence Assessment is to formally assess the candidate in the role of the CRO during an emergency situation in a simulated environment. All assessments will be made against the OPITO standards, and conducted by qualified and industry experienced Assessors.

Target Group

The target group for CRO Emergency Response Competence Assessment courses, are personnel who have been deemed ready by their employer to be formally assessed in the role of a CRO during an emergency situation.


A formal declaration from the candidate’s employer confirming that the candidate has achieved the performance criteria in Unit 1, Element 1.1 in the workplace, and that the candidate has been deemed ready for formal assessment against Elements 1. 2 to 1.3.

ITEMS TO BRING: All delegates must bring Photographic I.D. and PASSPORT only (original or copy)

HEALTH: All delegates will be asked to complete a medical questionnaire prior to course commencement.


Delegates will be awarded a RelyOn Nutec CRO Emergency Response Training certificate and performance appraisal once they have successfully completed the training programme.

Validity is 3 years.

Delegates should report to reception for 08.00hrs, course starts at 08.15hrs, unless otherwise stated.

Course Contents

The candidate will be assessed against the performance criteria specified in Elements 1.2 and 1.3 under simulated conditions using a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 3 emergency scenarios based on the type of asset where the candidate is normally required to fulfil the CRO, role as agreed and confirmed by the Duty Holder.

Realistic emergency training scenarios will cover:
1. Threat to life
2. Threat to environment
3. Threat to plant and equipment