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Offshore Emergency Response Team Member (OERTM) Training

Please find the full course description further down the page.

This course is not available for online booking. Please contact us regarding possible dates.

  • Duration

    5 days

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    OFIQA002

  • Price

    QAR 7,000.00

    Excl. extras

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Offshore Emergency Response Team Member (OERTM) Training

Objective

The course consists of theoretical input and practical exercises developed to measure competence relating to the key learning outcomes of the OPITO standard for Offshore

Emergency Response Team Member initial training.
Theory input 25%
Practical exercises 75%

Delegates will be assessed against the defined training outcomes of the current OPITO standard.

Target Group

This OPITO approved programme is designed to meet the initial onshore training and assessment requirements for the Offshore Emergency Response Team Members (OERTM), as identified in the Oil & Gas UK guidelines for Competence and Training in Emergency response, to enable them to join Offshore Emergency Response Teams for further installation specific training and development.

Prerequisites

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

Health: Delegates must be in possession of a valid medical certificate and must complete a medical questionnaire at the beginning of the course.

Examination

Delegates will be assessed against the defined training outcomes of the current OPITO standard.

Once successfully meeting all defined learning outcomes, delegates will be issued an OPITO approved Offshore Emergency Response Team Member certificate which is valid for 2 years

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

Course Contents

The course consists of practical and theoretical training and knowledge of

Offshore fire/emergency response arrangements
The role of the Emergency Response Team Member
Incident planning and monitoring activities
Operation of fixed fire systems
Emergency Response Team Operations when dealing with non-fire incidents
Preparing to enter, and gaining access to the incident area
Using best working practices and procedures
Locating missing personnel
Handling and removing casualties
Selecting and using portable fire-fighting equipment
Selecting, operating and flushing foam fire-fighting equipment
Extinguish a fire and/or securing an area
Conducting and controlling breathing apparatus operations
Minimising damage to property
Maintaining communications

Contact information

Doha

Al Sailiya, Doha, 24330, Qatar

+974 3354 3302

booking.qa@relyonnutec.com

Opens 7:30 AM on Sunday

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