OGSC Courses - FPSO & Oil Rig Safety Assessor Course Accredited by OGSC

About Course

Working on FPSOs, Oil Rigs and Shipyards present in itself a whole different level of safety hazards and risks due to the unique environment. This introductory course will provide participants with knowledge and skills to assess and mitigate risks to create a safer, more productive worksite.

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Who is it for?

This course is relevant to companies dealing with FPSOs, Oil Rigs, and Shipyards.
We particularly welcome:

  • Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Professionals and Safety Professionals who are involved in FPSO and Oil Rig Projects (Construction and Commissioning)

Aim of the Course

Working on FPSOs, Oil Rigs and Shipyards present in itself a whole different level of safety hazards and risks due to the unique environment. This introductory course will provide participants with knowledge and skills to assess and mitigate risks to create a safer, more productive worksite.

Learning Objectives

  • On successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • Understand local legislations, regulations, standards (for Singapore only)
  • Understand duties of an FPSO and Oil Rig Safety Assessor and good practices
  • Understand Risk Assessment and mitigation
  • Understand competence and authorization requirements
  • Develop and comply with safe systems of work

Course Content

Module Description

1

Introduction to Class and Explanation of Learning Triangle

2

Types of Vessels (Offshore)

3

Introduction to Oil & Gas Industry

4

Decision to Invest, Selection of Yards, Construction, Commissioning and Decommissioning Activities

5

FPSOs

6

Rig Builds and Platforms

7

Understanding FPSO Risk Management

8

Audit and Reviews for FPSO/Oil Rig Projects

NOTE: The modules will be spread over 2 whole-day sessions or 4 night sessions.

Assessment

There will be MCQ and Written Assessment for this course

Certificate

Upon successful completion, participants will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance from Oil Gas Safety Council.