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Control of Work - Digital Learning

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  • Duration

    60 Minutes

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    LBSRDL005

  • Price

    QAR 150.00

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Control of Work - Digital Learning

Objective

LO1: Identify the main legal requirements and guidance documents relevant to control of work
LO2: Explain the role of the Performing Authority
LO3: State the responsibilities of the Performing Authority
LO4: State the purpose of Control of Work systems
LO5: Explain the principles of work control, and how work is controlled within typical Permit to Work (PTW) systems
LO6: Identify the main types of Control of Work documents, explain their purpose and why they are cross-referenced to each other
LO7: Identify the main roles within a typical PTW system and the function of each role
LO8: Define the term “hazard”
LO9: Identify common ways of grouping oil and gas industry workplace hazards
LO10: Identify typical effects and consequences of specific hazards
LO11: Define the term “risk”
LO12: Differentiate between the terms “hazard” and “risk”
LO13: Explain the purpose of a task risk assessment
LO14: Identify and explain the main steps of a typical task risk assessment process
LO15: Give a brief explanation of the term ALARP
LO16: Identify and explain the typical controls that would be put in place to eliminate or reduce risk
LO17: Explain risks associated with work-related hazards
LO18: Explain the typical methods for recording a task risk assessment
LO19: Explain how to undertake a review of existing task risk assessments and why reviews are required
LO20: Prepare a task risk assessment - Virtual practical exercise
LO21: Identify and explain typical steps in planning/preparing for the work activity/activities
LO22: Explain how the Performing Authority can verify isolations for the work activities
LO23: Explain how others may be affected by the work activities
LO24: Know how to comply with typical work control documents and PTW rules and requirements
LO25: Explain the requirement to communicate effectively with everyone involved at the worksite
LO26: Describe the responsibility of the Performing Authority to stop the work if they, or any other person, expresses concerns related to the work activities
LO27: Explain why regular worksite visits and inspections are important
LO28: Identify typical methods for controlling work activities
LO29: Describe the PA’s responsibilities to respond appropriately to unplanned changes to the work plan, changes to the workplace conditions, and how these can affect worksite safety
LO30: Identify and explain the hazards and risks of simultaneous working at multiple worksites
LO31: Explain the requirement for effective handovers
LO32: Explain the techniques and methods to ensure effective handovers
LO33: Identify typical reasons for suspension of work
LO34: Identify the typical steps in the suspension of work
LO35: Explain typical work completion requirements
LO36: Explain how lessons learned from work activities should be captured and recorded
LO37: Explain how waste from work activities can be managed according to local site rules

Target Group

Oil & Gas Industry

Prerequisites

No prerequisites are required to sit this course.

Examination

The assessment is taken during the course and is within the expected duration.

Course Contents

The course is split up into four modules and at the end of each module we’ll test your understanding by giving you practice questions. At the end of the course your understanding of the information given will be tested and the results recorded. You need to answer
80 percent of the questions correctly to pass the course. When you pass the course, you will be issued with a certificate which is valid for 2 years. The aim of this course is to provide you with an understanding of the role of the Performing Authority.