Health & Safety in Oil & Gas Training Program

Courses Included in This Program

Gas Plant

H2S Awareness

Live Virtual Training on Zoom

H2S (Hydrogen Sulphide) is a gas that can be created by natural biological processes or by human activity and poses a serious threat to people or assets because of its extremely toxic and corrosive properties. It is important, therefore, for oil and gas personnel to be competent in emergency response practices necessary for them to stay and work in an environment with potential for exposure to H2S gas.

This training covers the characteristics of hydrogen sulphide gas and the potential physiological effects of exposure as well as the use of H2S detection equipment and escape breathing apparatus.
 

Course Duration: 1 Hour 

Schedule: Flexible

Learning Objectives: 

Upon a completion of this training, participants will : 

  1.  Gain the required knowledge and understand the particular hazards and properties of H2S

  2. Able to do appropriate emergency response actions when H2S related incident arise.

Workers at Gas Plant

Confined Space Entry

 Live Virtual Training on Zoom

Confined Space Entry Training Course is suitable for all employees in hazardous industries required to work in confined spaces. On successful completion of this course, candidates will recognize the hazards associated with confined space entry and the precautions that need to be taken when working in a confined space. It provides candidates with the knowledge to perform their duties safely and responsibly.

Learning Objectives

Upon a completion of this training, participants will be able to: 

  • Describe a confined space

  • Identify examples of confined spaces

  • Identify and explain the hazards associated with a confined space

  • Identify the different roles and responsibilities for confined space entry

  • Describe the regulations associated with confined space entry

  • Describe the elements of a risk assessment for confined space entry

  • Identify the elements of a safe system of work

  • Describe good housekeeping practices for confined space work

  • Describe the emergency procedures for confined space work

  • Describe rules for entering/working in a confined space

  • Describe when and how to exit a confined space

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Lockout- Tagout 

Live Virtual Training on Zoom

During service and maintenance activities, unexpected startup or release of stored energy in machinery or equipment can present potentially fatal hazards to employees. The Lockout-Tagout (LOTO) process is an energy control procedure that protects all employees from harmful energy. In accordance with 29 CFR 1910.147 & 29 CFR 1910.145

Learning Objectives

Upon a completion of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the purpose of lock and tag procedures

  • Identify the responsibilities of authorized, affected, and other employees during lockout/tagout procedures

  • Identify sources of energy hazards and consequences of improper control

  • Recall employer responsibilities and requirements for lock and tag

  • Recognize different types of lock and tag devices

  • Identify procedural steps for lock and tag

  • Recognize when lockout/tagout is occurring, and the role of an affected worker in keeping the procedure safe

Rig Maintenance

Safe Rigging & Slinging 

 Live Virtual Training on Zoom

Safe Rigging and Slinging Training is designed to help Oil & Gas Personnel learn the safe working practices associated with lifting accessories, lifting appliances and lifting operation in general.

Learning Outcomes: 

Upon a completion of the training, participants will be able: 

Recognize a Qualified Operator, Inspector, and Rigger.

Recognize the responsibilities of the Qualified Operator, Inspector, and Rigger.

Recognize operating practices of the Qualified Operator

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Fire Safety & Prevention Management 

Live Virtual Training on Zoom

This course is designed to train both offshore and onshore fire team members with the knowledge and skills to safely and effectively respond to a fire. 

Learning Objectives: 

Upon a completion of this training, participants will be able: 

Deal with multiple fires (Class A, B and C) with fire teams using hose lines (water & foam).

Crane Scaffolding

Working At Heights

 Live Virtual Training on Zoom

This course will provide workers / trainees with the knowledge and skills required to work safely at heights using fall protection equipment and techniques, with the information needed to identify situations when fall protection rescue is required and to select and correctly use appropriate fall protection equipment and rescue techniques.

Learning Objectives: 

Upon successful completion of this course participants should have an adequate understanding of fall protection equipment and be deemed competent to carry out basic rescue operations from and elevated height.

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Risk Assessment 

Live Virtual Training on Zoom

In this training course, participants will learn how to assess the hazard at the workplace.

 

A hazard is anything that has the potential to cause harm. This could mean harm to you or others, damage to property, or harm to the environment. Risk is the likelihood of that harm occurring.

Learning Objectives: 

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to: 

  •  Define risk assessment, hazards, controls, and risks

  • Explain and describe the hierarchy of controls

  • Describe the concepts and techniques of risk assessment

  • Describe the steps of a typical risk assessment

  • Explain how to use a risk matrix

  • Describe additional elements of the risk assessment process

  • Explain how the management of change can cause and prevent injury in the industry

  • Understand the purpose of risk intervention systems

  • Explain how to safely carry out an intervention

  • Explain the importance of reporting and lessons learned

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Onshore Basic Safety Spill  Responder

Live Virtual Training on Zoom

The training course is designed for all onshore employees/ those who want to work onshore. Participants will learn how, why, and where spills occur. The course describes a safe step-by-step approach to spill response and explains how to assess the risk, identify the substance and select the correct PPE. Participants can then put theory into practice using a range of interactive exercises and real-life scenarios in preparation for dealing with a variety of basic spills onshore.

Learning Objectives: 

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to: 

  • Describe the Working Environment

  • Explain Spills and How We Can Prevent Them Occurring

  • Identifying Spills

  • Describe Adsorbents

  • Describe Spill Kits

  • Identify the Steps of Spill Response

  • Interactive Exercise 1 - Responding to a Small Oil Spill

  • Explain the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)

  • Interactive Exercise 2 - Responding to a Small Chemical Spill: Explain the Risk Assessment

  • Interactive Exercise 3 - Placing Spill Kits

Financial Report

Incident Reporting Awareness 

Live Virtual Training on Zoom

Incidents are unplanned, undesired events that adversely affect the completion of a task. Even if there were no injuries or property damage, it is the responsibility of all employees to report all Incidents so they may be properly investigated and analyzed.

In this training course, participants will learn how to report an incident when it occurs. 

Learning Objectives: 

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to: 

  • Report an incident 

Tax Income Reports

Accident Reporting and Investigation 

Live Virtual Training on Zoom

An accident is an unforeseen and unplanned event or circumstance, often with lack of intention or necessity. It usually implies a generally negative outcome that may have been avoided or prevented had circumstances leading up to the accident been recognized, and acted upon, prior to its occurrence.

Once an accident happens, it must be reported immediately to the appointed person for further investigation and to the government as per legislation. Accidents are investigated in order to determine the cause or causes of an accident or series of accidents so as to prevent further incidents of a similar kind.

Learning Objectives: 

Upon completion of the course, participants will understand the accident reporting system, including its legislation in UAE; delegates will be able to calculate accident statistics and perform accident analysis for identifying the root cause and determine the control action for preventing the same accident from occurring in the future.

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Permit to Work [PTW]

Live Virtual Training on Zoom

PTW Training Course is designed for personnel who is working in oil, gas, mining, geothermal & petrochemical or other high risk fields. A "permit to work" is a more formal system stating exactly what work is to be done and when, and which parts of the work are safe. A responsible person should assess the work and check safety at each stage. Employees undertaking the job sign the permit to show that they understand the risks involved and what precautions are necessary.

Learning Objectives

Upon a completion of this training, participants will be able to: 

Understand the purposes of permit to work system with emphasis on its use for high-risk activities. 

Protective Gear

Personal Protective Equipment [PPE]

Live Virtual Training on Zoom

This training course will help you to understand the importance of PPE use in hazardous workplace environments. Participants will learn about the responsibilities that they and their employer have in relation to PPE, and about suitable types of PPE that can help keep yourself and others safe in the workplace.

This training is also beneficial for Healthcare Professionals such as doctors, nurses, and all other healthcare personnel. 

Learning Objectives: 

Upon a completion of this training, participants will be able to: 

  • Explain the role of PPE in relation to the Hierarchy of Controls

  •  Describe you and your employer's responsibilities relating to PPE

  • Identify suitable types of PPE for specific tasks

  • Describe the types of PPE used to protect various parts of the body

  • Identify signage associated with PPE

  • Describe how to correctly use, store and dispose of PPE

Program Trainers

Michela Calufetti

Ms. Michela is an expert in the field of Occupational Health and Safety. In the last five years, she delivered various training to frontline teams and senior managers and helped them meet and exceed the required regulatory, corporate, and accreditation requirements related to Health & Safety, Quality & Environment.

 

She is a Technical Member of IOSH and an Associate Member of IEMA.

She worked for the largest companies in the world including Twickenham Stadium and Wimbledon Tennis Club in the UK.

Ayman Ali

Mr. Ayman is Health and Safety Specialist. He delivered +10000 hours-  health and safety training successfully in UAE and Middle East. 

Mr. Ayman is a bilingual trainer. He speaks English and Arabic Fluently.

 

His teaching style makes him one of the best Health and Safety Trainers in the Middle East.

 

He was rated 10/10 by our previously registered students and clients. 

Duration, Delivery, and Schedule

Duration: 6 Days, 2 Hours Daily

Delivery: Live Virtual Training on Zoom 

Schedule: Private Training, Contact Us. 

Training Teaching Languages:

  1. English 

  2. Arabic 

Program Certificates

 Upon completion of this training, participants will receive the following certificates:

  1. Confined Space Entry Certificate from International Association of Safety Professionals, North Carolina- USA. 

  2. Lockout-Tagout Certificate from International Association of Safety Professionals, North Carolina- USA.  

  3. Respirator Use Certificate from International Association of Safety Professionals, North Carolina- USA. 

  4. Working at Heights Certificate from International Association of Safety Professionals, North Carolina- USA. 

  5. H2S Awareness Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE. 

  6. Safe Rigging & Slinging Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE. 

  7. Fire Safety & Prevention Management Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE. 

  8. Fall Protection & Rescue Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE. 

  9. Risk Assessment Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE. 

  10. Onshore Basic Safety Spill Responder Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE. 

  11. Incident Reporting Awareness Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE.  

  12. Accident Reporting & Investigation Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE. 

  13. Permit to Work Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE. 

  14. PPE Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE. 

Accreditation 

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This program is accredited internationally  by IACET- International  Association of Continuing Education and Training. 

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This program is accredited in United Arab Emirates by National Qualifications Authority (NQA) and the Vocational Education and Training Awards Council (VETAC) Via ACTVET. 

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This program is accredited internationally by American National Accreditation Board, ANSI.

Enrollment Benefits

The importance of Health and Safety Training in Oil and Gas Field

The oil and natural gas industry is becoming an increasingly safer place to work, despite a job environment that often involves heavy equipment, hazardous materials, high temperatures, and high-pressure equipment. This is reflected by a declining rate of illnesses and injuries – a rate much lower than that for the private sector as a whole.

The natural gas and oil industry’s commitment to excellence in workplace safety not only protects the millions of jobs supported by the industry across the country but also keeps surrounding communities and the environment healthy and safe. Workplace safety covers a large and varied set of procedures, conditions, and environments, from personal safety, which protects the individual worker, to operational and process safety, which focuses on the equipment and procedures that keep hydrocarbons and other hazardous materials properly contained. Personal safety and process safety work hand-in-hand to ensure responsible development of natural gas and oil – providing the essential products that make modern life possible while keeping our workers and nearby communities safe.

Internationally & Locally Accredited Certificates: 

Holding internationally and locally accredited certificates will increase your chances of landing a job in this field. It will improve your marketability as a professional. 

Global Recognition: 

Health and Safety in Oil and Gas Training Courses are recognized by companies globally.

 

Program Fees

3899 AED

Participants can pay in two installments. Terms and Conditions Apply. 

Terms & Conditions: 

If the participant wants to make payment in 2 installments, he/ she will receive their certificates after they pay the second installment. 

Registration

Step 1:

 

Send your Full name, Address, and Phone Number to following email address: 

registration@aldanahinstitute.ae

Step 2: 

You will receive an invoice to proceed with payment 

Step 3: 

After proceeding with payment, your name will be added to list and you will receive confirmation via email. 

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Testimonials 

WHAT our students SAY

informative course and excellent conductors. I received great material to go over later.

Maitha Al Mazroui, Chemical Engineer