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Basic Offshore Safety Induction Emergency Training (BOSIET 5700)

This training course is intended for all personnel who work and travel by helicopter to and from an offshore installation, platform, drill rig and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. The personnel should be certified medically-fit to ensure that they are physically and mentally capable to participate in the practical exercises.
The course provides trainees the awareness and knowledge on hazard identification and control, safety regulations and management. Managing emergencies includes responding to a situation at sea through the use of survival equipment like suits and emergency breathing system. Proper procedures are identified and practiced using first aid techniques and basic firefighting equipment.
Training delivery uses theoretical discussion and practical exercises. Practical exercises include the use of the Helicopter Underwater Emergency Training (HUET) simulator, Emergency Breathing System (EBS) and sea survival training pool, transit suit and fire ground area, among others. Completion of the course means that the trainees pass the written examination and the skills demonstration. A Certificate of Completion (COC) that is valid for four years and registered on OPITO Central Register is earned at the end of the course.

Tropical Basic Offshore Safety Induction Emergency Training (T-BOSIET 5501)

This training course is intended for all personnel who work and travel by helicopter to and from an offshore installation, platform, drill rig and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel in the tropical areas. Tropical areas are the domains of Cancer and Capricorn, including areas with consistent water temperature of more than 15 degrees Celsius. The personnel should be certified medically-fit to ensure that they are physically and mentally capable to participate in the practical exercises.
The course provides trainees the awareness and knowledge on hazard identification and control, safety regulations and management. Managing emergencies include responding to a situation at sea through the use of survival equipment like suits and emergency breathing system. Proper procedures are identified and practiced using first aid techniques and basic firefighting equipment.
Training delivery uses theoretical discussion and practical exercises. Practical exercises include the use of the Helicopter Underwater Emergency Training (HUET) simulator and sea survival training pool, lifeboat and fire ground area, among others. Completion of the course means that the trainees pass the written examination and the skills demonstration. A Certificate of Completion (COC) that is valid for four years and registered on OPITO Central Register is earned at the end of the course.

Further Offshore Emergency Training (FOET 5858)

This training course is intended for all personnel who work in the offshore installation, platform, drill rig and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. All personnel joining the course should have a valid (in-date) BOSIET or T-BOSIET, or FOET or T-FOET certificate. The personnel should be certified medically-fit to ensure that they are physically and mentally capable to participate in the practical exercises.
The course is a refresher of BOSIET, which provides trainees the awareness and knowledge on helicopter safety and escape, firefighting and emergency first aid. They will also have the opportunity to practice their emergency response skills.
Training delivery uses short theoretical discussion and more of the practical exercises. Practical exercises include the use of the Helicopter Underwater Emergency Training (HUET) simulator, Emergency Breathing System (EBS) and sea survival training pool, transit suit and fire ground area, among others. Completion of the course means that the trainees pass the written examination and the skills demonstration. A Certificate of Completion (COC) that is valid for four years and registered on OPITO Central Register is earned at the end of the course.

Tropical Further Offshore Emergency Training (T-FOET 5614)

This training course is intended for all personnel who work in the offshore installation, platform, drill rig and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. All personnel joining the course should have a valid (in-date) BOSIET or T-BOSIET, or FOET or T-FOET certificate. The personnel should be certified medically-fit to ensure that they are physically and mentally capable to participate in the practical exercises.
The course is a refresher of T-BOSIET, which provides trainees the awareness and knowledge on helicopter safety and escape, firefighting and emergency first aid in tropical areas. Tropical areas are the domains of Cancer and Capricorn, including areas with consistent water temperature of more than 15 degrees Celsius. They will also have the opportunity to practice their emergencyresponse skills. They will also have the opportunity to practice their emergency response skills.
Training delivery uses short theoretical discussion and more of the practical exercises. Practical exercises include the use of the Helicopter Underwater Emergency Training (HUET) simulator and sea survival training pool, lifeboat and fire ground area, among others. Completion of the course means that the trainees pass the written examination and the skills demonstration. A Certificate of Completion (COC) that is valid for four years and registered on OPITO Central Register is earned at the end of the course.

Helicopter Underwater Emergency Training with Emergency Breathing System (HUET 5095)

This training course is intended for all personnel who work and travel by helicopter to and from an offshore oil and gas installation, platform, drill rig and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. The personnel should be certified medically-fit to ensure that they are physically and mentally capable to participate in the practical exercises.
The course provides trainees the awareness on specific pre-flight and in-flight requirements. It also equips them with knowledge on safety and basic emergency response. Skills and procedure when travelling by helicopter and escaping it following ditching gets particular focus.
Training delivery uses theoretical discussion and practical exercises. Practical exercises include the use of Emergency Breathing System EBS) and transit suit; inflation of lifejacket and deployment of spay visor in water; and demonstration of helicopter escape procedure when it ditched or capsized. Completion of the course means that the trainees pass the skills demonstration. A Certificate of Completion (COC) that is valid for four years and registered on OPITO Central Register is earned at the end of the course.

Tropical Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (T-HUET 5195)

This training course is intended for all personnel who work and travel by helicopter to and from an offshore oil and gas installation, platform, drill rig and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. The personnel should be certified medically-fit to ensure that they are physically and mentally capable to participate in the practical exercises.
The course provides trainees the awareness on specific pre-flight and in-flight requirements. It also equips them with knowledge on safety and basic emergency response. Skills and procedure when travelling by helicopter and escaping it following ditching in a tropical area gets particular focus. Tropical areas are the domains of Cancer and Capricorn, including areas with consistent water temperature of more than 15 degrees Celsius.
Training delivery uses theoretical discussion and practical exercises. Practical exercises include the inflation of lifejacket, deployment of spay visor in water, sea survival and demonstration of helicopter escape procedure when it ditched or capsized. Completion of the course means that the trainees passed the skills demonstration. A Certificate of Completion (COC) that is valid for four years and registered on OPITO Central Register is earned at the end of the course.

Travel Safely by Boat Initial (TSbB 5605)

This training course is intended for all personnel who work and travel by boat to and from an offshore oil and gas installation, platform, drill rig and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. The personnel should be certified medically-fit to ensure that they are physically and mentally capable to participate in the practical exercises.
The course provides trainees the awareness and knowledge on safety and emergency response when travelling by boat from land to an offshore installation. Trainees who currently have a BOSIET or T-BOSIET, or FOET or T-FOET certificate are exempted from joining the life raft and sea survival exercise.
Training delivery uses theoretical discussion and practical exercises. Practical exercises include the use of the work vest, sea survival practice and the use of swing rope transfer from a simulated boat deck to a simulated fixed installation. Completion of the course means that the trainees pass the skills demonstration. A Certificate of Completion (COC) that is valid for four years and registered on OPITO Central Register is earned at the end of the course.

Compressed Air Emergency Breathing System (CA-EBS 5902)

This training course is intended for all personnel who work and travel by helicopter to and from an offshore oil and gas installation, platform, drill rig and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel in the United Kingdom (UK). All personnel joining the course should have a valid (in-date) BOSIET or T-BOSIET, FOET or T-FOET, or HUET or T-HUET certificate. The personnel should be certified medically-fit to ensure that they are physically and mentally capable to participate in the practical exercises.
The course provides trainees the awareness on the basics and differences between a re-breather and a compressed air breathing system. They will also learn the benefit and proper use of compressed air breathing system during a helicopter emergency.
Training delivery uses theoretical discussion and practical exercises. One highlight is the use of the Mk50 lifejacket. Completion of the course means that the trainees pass the written examination and the skills demonstration. A Certificate of Completion (COC) with no expiration and registered on OPITO Central Register is earned at the end of the course.

 

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