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UK Offshore Legislation (formerly OIM Legislation)

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  • Duration

    4 days

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    OER007

  • Price

    GBP 1,741.00

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UK Offshore Legislation (formerly OIM Legislation)

Objective

The UK Offshore Legislation course serves to provide individuals working in Health and Safety
Management positions offshore with the awareness and understanding of current UK offshore legislation

Target Group

For those that require the awareness of UK offshore legislation to fulfil the requirements of their position including those based at corporate headquarters, Offshore Installation Managers(OIM), asset and facilities managers, safety advisors, supervisors and safety officers.

Prerequisites

There are no pre-requirements for this course.

Examination

On successful completion of this course, delegates will be issued a RelyOnNutec UK Offshore Legislation certificate.

The duration of this course is 4 days and is a combination of both theory and practical content. This course can be delivered at RelyOnNutec training centres in Dyce.

Course Contents

Module 1: HASWA, EC Legislation, Working Time Regulations, Noise and Vibration Regulations and European 6 Pac.

Module 2: MAR - PFEER- DCR and Pipeline Regulations.

Module 3: Safety Case Regulations, Risk Assessments, SIMOPS and Bridge Docs.

Module 4: LOLER-PUWER-COSHH, Working at Height Regulations and Confined Space Regulations.

Module 5: RIDDOR, Safety Representatives and Accident Investigation.

Module 6: BEIS (OPRED), Waste Management and Offshore Pollution Regulations

Module 7: SOLAS, IMO, IAMSAR, CAA and ERRV Regulations.