This course is designed to give knowledge and management skills to those responsible for the implementation of health and safety matters in the offshore environment.
The syllabus focuses on:
- How the law is decided and put into practice
- Offshore first aid, LOLER and PUWER
- Risk management and quantified risk assessment
- Safety case regulations
- Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, EU legislation and employment law
- Legal situation offshore, including MAR, PFEER, DCR and safety representatives
- Roles of enforcement agencies - HSE, Police, Procurator Fiscal, MCA and DECC
- Waste management and pollution
- prevention and control
- COSHH, REACH and CLP regulations
- Pipeline safety
- Working time legislation, work at height, vibration and noise
- Control of asbestos and artificial optical radiation
Delegates participate in practical group exercises, and complete an ‘open book’ self-assessment test during the course.