NOGEPA 2.14A Management of Major EmergenciesBookLast booked 34 minutes ago
The NOGEPA 2.14A Management of Major Emergencies is designed for Offshore Installation Managers (OIM) and Key persons being part of an Emergency Management Team. During this course, the delegates learn how to show effective leadership during a Major Emergency on an offshore mining installation.
- Timetable:4 day(s)
- Certification:NOGEPA 2.14A Management of Major Emergencies
- Validation:4 years
- Requirements:Intricate knowledge of E&P operations and (company specific) emergency procedures.
More information about the NOGEPA 2.14A Management of Major Emergencies
The delegates will be trained to not only lead a well-trained Emergency Response organization, but they will also learn how to assess the situation and conduct appropriate information management during an emergency and take effective action and delegate tasks during an emergency.
During a major emergency, nothing is that important as good communication. That is why they learn to communicate effectively, both internally and externally. That is only possible if he knows how to deal with stress in himself and in others.
The practical training will be executed by means of Command Centre simulations. The Command Centre simulations will consist of class A, B, and C types of emergencies, where these emergencies are classified as:
A. Major Emergency that is readily controllable if managed appropriately.
B. Major Emergency which has the potential to escalate if not managed in an effective and
C. Major Emergency that is uncontrollable and will eventually escalate leading to
the abandonment of the installation.
The subjects for the scenarios of Simulation:
– Loss of essential equipment
– Injured personnel
– Multiple casualties
– Missing personnel
– Loss of containment
– Hampered or lost communication
– Loss of evacuation means, muster points or TR
– Rapidly developing situation leading to time pressure
– Lack or overload of information
– Abandonment or evacuation of the installation
– Chemical and/or oil spills and hazards to the environment
– Adverse weather conditions
– Stressed or incapacitated key personnel
- The role of the Emergency Manager and the Emergency Management Team
- The need for a well equipped command centre and a Information Management system
- Maintaining a state of readiness on board and preparation for Emergencies
- The nature of Major Emergencies and their respective requirements for leadership abilities
- The effects of stress on the performance of key personnel
- Case studies.
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