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HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT SPECIFICATION HSE Training Specification DOCUMENT ID - SP 1157 REVISION - 7.0 DATE - 1/11/20063019/10/2009

HSE ­ SPECIFICATION

Document Authorisation Document Authority Naaman Al-Naamany Ref. Ind: MSEM Date: Signature:

Document Custodian Shabir Hussain Ref. Ind: HLD Date: Signature:

Document Author Ian Bowen Ref. Ind: HLD8 Date: Signature:

The following is a brief summary of the four most recent revisions to this document. Details of all revisions prior to these are held on file by the Document Custodian. Version No. Date Author Scope / Remarks Revision 7 August HLD8 Major revisions and changes Changes ffrom Revision 6 October are: 2009 More detailed explanation ofIntroduction of core HSE Learning Ladders and competency assessments after training and in the field. Introduction of 3 months work experience before further HSE training course attendance. Induction process for PDO and contractor staff Minor objective chang in Incident Investigation Course specification Requirement for equipment fit for operational use added to H2S and SCBA coursesIntroduction of Camlock` facemasks in H2S and SCBA courses Major changes to the majority of HSE courses and specifications Introduction of new courses ­ HSE Induction, HSE Tools & Skills, Dealing with Hazards & Risks, Coaching, Mentoring & Competence Assessment and Safety Leadership courses for first line Supervisors, for Managers & Senior Managers and for Executives. Re-introduction of selected courses previously withdrawn. Upgraded Approved Training Provider Approvals Process Upgraded minimum criteria for Training staff Upskilling and CPD requirements for existing training staff. Revision 6 June 06 MSE52 Editorial changes. Revision 5 July 02 CSM41 Editorial changes. New format. Revision 4 April 02 CSM4 All changes related to Safety Training` are incorporated. User Notes: The requirements of this document are mandatory. Non-compliance shall only be authorised by MSEM through STEP-OUT approval.

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CONTENTS

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1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8

INTRODUCTION .............................................................................. 1

PURPOSE ............................................................................................................ 1 SCOPE ............................................................................................................... 1 TARGET AUDIENCE ................................................................................................ 1 ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS ............................................................................ 2 DELIVERABLES ................................................................................................... 64 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ............................................................................... 65 PERFORMANCE MONITORING ................................................................................. 75 REVIEW AND IMPROVEMENT .................................................................................. 76

PART I HSE TRAINING PROCESS.............................................................. 86 2.0 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS ................................................... 86

2.1 OVERVIEW ........................................................................................................ 86 TABLE 1 HSE TRAINING PROCESS ................................................................................. 86 2.2 PLANNING......................................................................................................... 97 TABLE 2 ­ CORE HSE LEARNING LADDERS .......................................................................... 1310 TABLE 3 SUMMARY OF PLANNING INFORMATION FROM COURSE SPECIFICATIONS .................... 1511 TABLE 4 ­ HSE COURSE CONVERSION CHART FROM SP 1157 VERSIONS 5 AND 6 ......................... 3222 2.3 HSE TRAINING SERVICE PROVIDERS ................................................................... 3725 2.4 TRAINING DELIVERY ........................................................................................ 3725 2.6 HSE TRAINING PASSPORT ................................................................................ 3927 2.7 HSE INDUCTION ............................................................................................ 4128 2.8 H2S PERMIT .................................................................................................. 4229 2.9 APPROVAL PROCESS FOR TRAINING COURSE DELIVERY ............................................. 4229

PART II COURSE SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................... 4531 PART II A: CORE HSE LEARNING LADDER COURSES............................ 4531

HSE INDUCTION (LEVEL I).......................................................................................... 4531 H2S AWARENESS & ESCAPE (LEVEL I) .......................................................................... 5333 INITIAL FIRE RESPONSE (LEVEL I) .............................................................................. 5736 DEALING WITH HAZARDS & RISKS (LEVEL I) ............................................................... 5938 HSE TOOLS & SKILLS (LEVEL II) ..................................................................................... 6140 COACHING, MENTORING & COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT (LEVEL II)................................ 6443 HOW TO SELECT THE CORRECT SAFETY LEADERSHIP COURSE .................................................... 6645 SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR FIRST LINE SUPERVISORS (LEVEL II) .................................... 6645 SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR FIRST LINE SUPERVISORS (LEVEL II) .................................... 6746 SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR MANAGERS & SENIOR MANAGERS (LEVEL II) ......................... 7049 SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR EXECUTIVES (LEVEL II) ....................................................... 7352

PART II B: OTHER LEVEL I MANDATED HSE-SD COURSES ................. 7655

FIRE WARDENS (LEVEL I) ............................................................................................ 7655 GAS TESTING BASIC (LEVEL I) ..................................................................................... 7756 SELF CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (LEVEL I) ................................................... 8059 CHEMICAL HANDLING AWARENESS (LEVEL I) .............................................................. 9063 BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (FOUNDATION) (LEVEL I) ........................................................... 9365 BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (REFRESHER) ............................................................................ 9567

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PART II C: OTHER LEVEL II HSE-SD COURSES ..................................... 9769

CHEMICAL HANDLING FOR SUPERVISORS (LEVEL II) .................................................... 9769 INCIDENT INVESTIGATION (LEVEL II) ........................................................................10071 PERMIT TO WORK HOLDERS (LEVEL II) .......................................................................10673 PERMIT TO WORK SIGNATORIES (LEVEL II) ................................................................11076 PERMIT TO WORK AUDITORS (LEVEL II) .....................................................................11479 NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) FOR SUPERVISORS (LEVEL II) ...............................................................................................................................11781 NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) AWARENESS (LEVEL II) ......12084 NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) TECHNICIANS (LEVEL II)....12286

PART II D: DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSES....................................... 12488

DD01 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING LIGHT VEHICLES (BLACKTOP) ...................................................12488 DD02 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES (BLACKTOP) ...................................................12690 DD03 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING GRADED ROADS ....................................................................12892 DD04 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING TANKERS .............................................................................13094 DD05 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING BUS (LIGHT OR HEAVY)...........................................................13296 DD06 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING RE-CERTIFICATION ................................................................13498 DD07 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING FOR FAMILY MEMBERS (BLACKTOP)........................................... 136100 SJM ­ SAFE JOURNEY MANAGEMENT (LEVEL II) ................................................................ 138101

APPENDIX 1: .................................................................................... 179104 ATP APPROVALS PROCESS ............................................................... 179104 APPENDIX 1, PART I ­ HSE-SD TRAINING COURSES ....................... 180105

1.0 2.0 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 APPROVED TRAINING PROVIDER APPROVALS PROCESS ............................. 180105 REQUIRED STAFF QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE ............................... 181106 TRAINING MANAGER ..................................................................................... 182107 LEVELS OF COURSES AND ASSESSMENTS ............................................................ 184108 INSTRUCTORS ............................................................................................. 184108 LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTORS .......................................................................... 189111 TRAINING MANAGER`S ROLE .................................................................... 190112 PRACTICAL TRAINING .............................................................................. 192113 CLASSROOM RESOURCES ......................................................................... 193114 ADMINISTRATION ................................................................................... 194114 COMPLIANCE ........................................................................................... 195115 AUDIT ..................................................................................................... 195115

APPENDIX 1, PART II ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSES ................. 199118

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS OF PDO CONTRACTORS WISHING TO PROVIDE IN-HOUSE DEFENSIVE DRIVER TRAINING ................................................................................................................ 199118

ANNEXE 1 - PDO'S EXPECTATIONS OF TRAINING PROVIDERS AND TRAINERS......................................................................................... 207126

PDO CHECK LIST FOR TEACHING SPACE .......................................................................... 212131 DI SKILLS SESSION ASSESSMENT - CLASSROOM.............................................................. 214133 ASSESSMENT ­ DRIVING SKILLS AND COMMENTARY DRIVE ......................................... 216135 SKILLS SESSION ASSESSMENT ....................................................................................... 219138

APPENDIX 2 - IN-FIELD ASSESSMENT OF CORE HSE COMPETENCIES 221140

WORKPLACE ASSESSMENTS OF CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ...................................... 222141

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CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ­ NON-SUPERVISORY STAFF........................................... 223142 CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ­ 1ST LINE SUPERVISORS, MANGERS & SENIOR MANAGERS ............................................................................................................................. 225144 CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ­ EXECUTIVE LEADERS................................................... 228147

MONTHLY COLLATION OF HSE-SD ATTENDEES ................................ 230149 1.0

1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8

INTRODUCTION .............................................................................. 1

PURPOSE ............................................................................................................ 1 SCOPE ............................................................................................................... 1 TARGET AUDIENCE ................................................................................................ 1 ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS ............................................................................ 2 DELIVERABLES ..................................................................................................... 4 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ................................................................................. 5 PERFORMANCE MONITORING ................................................................................... 5 REVIEW AND IMPROVEMENT .................................................................................... 6

PART I HSE TRAINING PROCESS................................................................ 6 2.0

2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS ..................................................... 6

OVERVIEW .......................................................................................................... 6 PLANNING........................................................................................................... 7 HSE TRAINING SERVICE PROVIDERS ....................................................................... 26 TRAINING DELIVERY ............................................................................................ 26 HSE TRAINING PASSPORT .................................................................................... 28 HSE INDUCTION ................................................................................................ 29 H2S PERMIT ...................................................................................................... 30 APPROVAL PROCESS FOR TRAINING COURSE DELIVERY ................................................. 30

PART II COURSE SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................... 32 PART II A: CORE HSE LEARNING LADDER COURSES................................ 32

HSE INDUCTION (LEVEL I).............................................................................................. 32 H2S AWARENESS & ESCAPE (LEVEL I) .............................................................................. 34 INITIAL FIRE RESPONSE (LEVEL I) .................................................................................. 37 DEALING WITH HAZARDS & RISKS (LEVEL I) ................................................................... 39 HSE TOOLS & SKILLS (LEVEL II) ......................................................................................... 41 COACHING, MENTORING & COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT (LEVEL II).................................... 44 HOW TO SELECT THE CORRECT SAFETY LEADERSHIP COURSE ........................................................ 46 SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR FIRST LINE SUPERVISORS (LEVEL II) ........................................ 47 SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR MANAGERS & SENIOR MANAGERS (LEVEL II) ............................. 50 SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR EXECUTIVES (LEVEL II) ........................................................... 53

PART II B: OTHER LEVEL I MANDATED HSE-SD COURSES ..................... 56

FIRE WARDENS (LEVEL I) ................................................................................................ 56 GAS TESTING BASIC (LEVEL I) ......................................................................................... 57 SELF CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (LEVEL I) ....................................................... 60 CHEMICAL HANDLING AWARENESS (LEVEL I) .................................................................. 64 BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (FOUNDATION) (LEVEL I) ............................................................... 66 BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (REFRESHER) ................................................................................ 68

PART II C: OTHER LEVEL II HSE-SD COURSES ......................................... 70

CHEMICAL HANDLING FOR SUPERVISORS (LEVEL II) ........................................................ 70 INCIDENT INVESTIGATION (LEVEL II) ............................................................................. 72

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PERMIT TO WORK HOLDERS (LEVEL II) ............................................................................ 74 PERMIT TO WORK SIGNATORIES (LEVEL II) ..................................................................... 77 PERMIT TO WORK AUDITORS (LEVEL II) .......................................................................... 80 NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) FOR SUPERVISORS (LEVEL II) . 82 NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) AWARENESS (LEVEL II) ........... 85 NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) TECHNICIANS (LEVEL II)......... 87

PART II D: DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSES............................................. 89

DD01 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING LIGHT VEHICLES (BLACKTOP) ........................................................ 89 DD02 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES (BLACKTOP) ........................................................ 91 DD03 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING GRADED ROADS ......................................................................... 93 DD04 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING TANKERS .................................................................................. 95 DD05 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING BUS (LIGHT OR HEAVY)................................................................ 97 DD06 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING RE-CERTIFICATION ..................................................................... 99 DD07 ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING FOR FAMILY MEMBERS (BLACKTOP)................................................ 101 SJM ­ SAFE JOURNEY MANAGEMENT (LEVEL II) ..................................................................... 102

APPENDIX 1: .......................................................................................... 105 ATP APPROVALS PROCESS ..................................................................... 105 APPENDIX 1, PART I ­ HSE-SD TRAINING COURSES ............................. 106

1.0 2.0 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 APPROVED TRAINING PROVIDER APPROVALS PROCESS .................................. 106 REQUIRED STAFF QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE .................................... 107 TRAINING MANAGER .......................................................................................... 108 LEVELS OF COURSES AND ASSESSMENTS ................................................................. 109 INSTRUCTORS .................................................................................................. 109 LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTORS ............................................................................... 112 TRAINING MANAGER`S ROLE ......................................................................... 113 PRACTICAL TRAINING ................................................................................... 114 CLASSROOM RESOURCES .............................................................................. 115 ADMINISTRATION ........................................................................................ 115 COMPLIANCE ................................................................................................ 116 AUDIT .......................................................................................................... 116

APPENDIX 1, PART II ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSES ....................... 119

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS OF PDO CONTRACTORS WISHING TO PROVIDE IN-HOUSE DEFENSIVE DRIVER TRAINING ..................................................................................................................... 119

ANNEXE 1 - PDO'S EXPECTATIONS OF TRAINING PROVIDERS AND TRAINERS............................................................................................... 127

PDO CHECK LIST FOR TEACHING SPACE ............................................................................... 132 DI SKILLS SESSION ASSESSMENT - CLASSROOM................................................................... 134 ASSESSMENT ­ DRIVING SKILLS AND COMMENTARY DRIVE .............................................. 136 SKILLS SESSION ASSESSMENT ............................................................................................ 139

APPENDIX 2 - IN-FIELD ASSESSMENT OF CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ... 141

WORKPLACE ASSESSMENTS OF CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ........................................... 142 CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ­ NON-SUPERVISORY STAFF................................................ 143 CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ­ 1ST LINE SUPERVISORS, MANGERS & SENIOR MANAGERS ... 145 CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ­ EXECUTIVE LEADERS........................................................ 148

MONTHLY COLLATION OF ATTENDEES ................................................... 150

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1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8

INTRODUCTION .............................................................................. 1

PURPOSE ............................................................................................................ 1 SCOPE ............................................................................................................... 1 TARGET AUDIENCE ................................................................................................ 1 ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS ............................................................................ 2 DELIVERABLES ..................................................................................................... 3 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ................................................................................. 4 PERFORMANCE MONITORING ................................................................................... 4 REVIEW AND IMPROVEMENT .................................................................................... 5

PART I HSE TRAINING PROCESS................................................................ 6 2.0

2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS ..................................................... 6

OVERVIEW .......................................................................................................... 6 PLANNING........................................................................................................... 6 HSE TRAINING SERVICE PROVIDERS ....................................................................... 13 TRAINING DELIVERY ............................................................................................ 13 HSE TRAINING PASSPORT .................................................................................... 14 HSE INDUCTION ................................................................................................ 15 H2S PASS ......................................................................................................... 15 PROCESS FOR TRAINING COURSE APPROVAL .............................................................. 15

PART II COURSE SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................... 16 PART II A: HSE-SD TRAINING COURSES .................................................. 16

HSE OPERATIONAL LEVEL INDUCTION FOR CONTRACTORS .............................................. 16 HSE SUPERVISORY & MANAGEMENT LEVEL INDUCTION FOR CONTRACTORS ..................... 18 HSE INDUCTION FOR PDO STAFF ................................................................................... 20 H2S AWARENESS & ESCAPE ............................................................................................ 22 GAS TESTING BASIC ...................................................................................................... 25 SELF CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS ..................................................................... 28 INITIAL FIRE RESPONSE ................................................................................................ 31 BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (FOUNDATION) ............................................................................. 34 BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (REFRESHER) ................................................................................ 36 INCIDENT INVESTIGATION ............................................................................................ 38 JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS ................................................................................................. 40 PERMIT TO WORK HOLDERS .......................................................................................... 42 PERMIT TO WORK SIGNATORIES ................................................................................... 45 NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) FOR SUPERVISORS................ 48 NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) AWARENESS ......................... 51 HSE FOR SUPERVISORS ................................................................................................. 53 DEFENSIVE DRIVING IN OMAN LIGHT VEHICLES -- BLACKTOP ROADS (DD01E, DD01A, DD01H) .................................................................................................................................... 63 DEFENSIVE DRIVING IN OMAN HEAVY VEHICLES ­ BLACKTOP ROADS (DD02A, DD02H) ....... 66 DEFENSIVE DRIVING - GRADED ROADS - FOR HEAVY AND LIGHT VEHICLE DRIVERS (DD03E, DD03A, DD03H) ........................................................................................................................ 69 DEFENSIVE DRIVING ­ BULK TANKER MODULE (LIGHT AND HEAVY) (DD04A, DD04H,)........... 72 DEFENSIVE DRIVING ­ BUS MODULE (LIGHT AND HEAVY) (DD05A, DD05H,) ......................... 74 DEFENSIVE DRIVING ­ ANNUAL ASSESSMENT (DD06E, DD06A, DD06H) ........................... 77 SAFE JOURNEY MANAGEMENT (LXE970, LXA970, LXH970) ............................................... 79

APPENDIX ONE ......................................................................................... 81 1.0

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APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL.................................................................................. 82 APPROVALS ....................................................................................................... 82

2.0

2.1 2.1.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5

REQUIRED STAFF QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE ................ 82

INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................. 82 EQUIVALENT QUALIFICATIONS................................................................................ 82 TRAINING MANAGER ............................................................................................ 83 LEVELS OF COURSES AND ASSESSMENTS ................................................................... 84 INSTRUCTORS .................................................................................................... 84 LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTORS ................................................................................. 86

3.0

3.1 3.2

TRAINING MANAGER .................................................................... 87

QUALITY OF TRAINING ......................................................................................... 87 HSE................................................................................................................ 87

4.0

4.1 4.2

PRACTICAL TRAINING .................................................................. 88

EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................................... 88 EXTERNAL PRACTICAL TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT AREAS ............................................ 88

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5.1 5.2 5.3

CLASSROOM RESOURCES .............................................................. 88

THE ROOM ........................................................................................................ 88 THE MATERIALS .................................................................................................. 88 THE AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT............................................................................... 88

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6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5

ADMINISTRATION......................................................................... 89

RECORDS.......................................................................................................... 89 REPORTING ....................................................................................................... 89 RECORD OF COMPETENCE ..................................................................................... 89 HSE TRAINING PASSPORTS ................................................................................... 89 END OF COURSE EVALUATIONS............................................................................... 89

7.0 8.0

COMPLIANCE ................................................................................. 89 AUDIT ............................................................................................ 89

8.1 AUDIT FRAMEWORK...................................................................................................... 89 8.2 AUDIT SCOPE ............................................................................................................. 90

MONTHLY COLLATION OF ATTENDEES ..................................................... 92

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1.1

Introduction

Purpose

This Specification details the Company's minimum Corporate Health, Safety, Environment, Sustainable Development and Defensive Driving (HSE-SD & DDC) training requirements and is designed to help PDO Supervisory staff, Contract Holders and Contract Managers plan and manage their HSE-SD & DDC training activities.

1.2

Part I

Scope

This specification comprises of two parts: instructions for the use of this document; planning information; and explanations of the corporate components of HSE-SD & DDC training requirements information enables users to prepare HSE-SD & DDC Training Programs and select HSE-SD & DDC Training Service Providers the structure and general content of each Course Specification how to identify specific Department or Contract HSE-SD & DDC training needs, scheduling and nomination procedures, course attendance and monitoring training outcomes Part II Course Specifications for: Part A - HSE-SD Training Courses Part B - Driver Training Courses Appendix 1 Approvals Process for HSE-SD course Training Providers Part I ­ HSE ­ SD courses Part II ­ DD Courses Annexe I Expectations of DD course providers Appendix 2 Workplace core HSE Competence Assessments

1.3

Target Audience

PDO Supervisory staff should use this document in developing HSE-SD & DDC Training Plans for the personnel they supervise. PDO Contract Holders should use this document in the preparation of HSE Management Plans, and contract specific HSE-SD & DDC training plans, in accordance with PR 1171 Contract HSE Management, Part II. Contractor Contract Managers should use this document to schedule HSE-SD and DDC training of staff in accordance with Contract HSE Management Plans. PDO Approved Training Providers should use this specification to identify course competency requirements for training courses.

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Abbreviations and Definitions

For the purpose of this document, the following definitions apply: ATP Competence Assessment Approved Training Provider (Institute) Theory and/or practical assessments (formative and/or summative) recorded at the end of a course, at a recertification period, or in the field to confirm adequate acquisition of the required knowledge understanding, and application by demonstrated skills stated in the course and core HSE-SD objectives. Target population must successfully complete compulsory courses (C) before commencing work in a particular job position (e.g. individual will not be allowed entry to an H 2S area until successful completion of H2S Awareness & Escape courses) Describe what an attendee will be able to do at the end of a training course The common HSE competencies required of all individuals to achieve safe working in the industry. The time period before the stated permit expiry date. Defensive Driving Course A Director or senior manager who will be directly involved with originating corporate strategy, obtaining corporate resources to effect strategy implementation, leads others, and is responsible and accountable for the entire company`s performance or any division of it. The date that is stated on a permit as expiry or validity date. Recertification must take place before this date. An assessment that is carried out during a course, or in the field, for which feedback is given to aid teaching/learning through coaching and mentoring. Any person who supervises the work of others and who is not a Manager or Executive. Health, Safety, Environment and Sustainable Development Document defining the objectives, delivery methodology, target population, competency standards, attendance prerequisites, job level, duration, refresher frequency, language, competency assessment and instructor competence for

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Compulsory

Course Objectives

Core HSE

Currency (of permit) DDC Executive

Expiry (Date)

Formative Assessment

Front line Supervisor

HSE-SD HSE-SD DDC Specification

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specific HSE-SD & DDC training courses. HSE-SD & DDC Training Program Matrix, register or database used to identify and schedule a nominee's training requirements, and track training attendance and refresher training or competence assessment requirements based on the HSE-SD & DDC course specifications The progression of HSE-SD Training courses that collectively produce the required knowledge and understanding of core HSE-SD for all individuals in one of four target groups. The progression of HSE-SD Training courses, core and developmental, that collectively produce the required knowledge and understanding of HSE-SD applicable to a defined generic role in a company. Description of the overall process for the planning, undertaking and tracking of HSE-SD & DDC training activities A person who supervises the work of other managers, supervisors or teams, and is not an Executive. Target population must successfully complete mandatory courses (M) as soon as practicable after commencing work in a particular job position. All mandatory courses must be undertaken within 2 months of commencement of work. The word may` is to be understood as indicating a possible course of action. The word must` is to be understood as compulsory and without option. Target population is strongly advised to attend recommended courses at any time during their work An assessment administered within a permit`s period of currency that determines a competence decision for recertification of the permit. If passed, the assessment negates the necessity to attend initial or Refresher training. The word shall` is to be understood as compulsory and without option. DDC An application for exceptional circumstances made by, or on behalf of a specific individual, to vary the application of a requirement made in the HSE-SD DDC Specification. Stepouts may only be granted by PDO`s HSE Manager.

HSE-SD Ladder

Core

Learning

HSE-SD Learning Ladder

HSE SD & DDC Training Process Manager

Mandatory

May

Must

Recommended

Recertification Assessment

Shall

Step-Out (HSE-SD Specification)

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Summative Assessment

An assessment which is administered at the end of a course, or in the field, to contribute to the decision on achievement of required competences. Any individual, PDO staff and Contractor personnel, whose job description or role entails supervision of others at work. Training designed to provide updated knowledge and understanding since the previous training event in the topic area, combined with a recertification assessment. Subset of overall workforce population defined as the audience for a particular HSE-SD & DDC training course. Delivery of a set of instructions, exercises, practical demonstrations on HSE-SD and or DDC related topics by a qualified instructor in line with a particular Course Specification. The Contractor(s) issued plan of when the HSE-SD & DDC Training Courses and assessments shall be delivered. A permit is valid if it is current and was issued by a PDO Approved Training Provider or contractor approved by PDO to issue the particular permit type. The word must` is to be understood as compulsory and without optioncompulsory, The word should` recommended. is to be understood as strongly

Supervisory staff

Refresher Training

Target Population

Training Course

Training Schedule

Validity (of permit)

Must Should May Target Population Course Objectives HSE-SD & DDC Course Specification

The word may` is to be understood as indicating a possible course of action. Subset of overall workforce population defined as the audience for a particular HSE-SD & DDC training course Describe what an attendee will be able to do at the end of a training course Document defining the objectives, delivery methodology, target population, competency standards, attendance pre-requisites, job level, duration, refresher frequency, language, competency assessment and instructor competence for specific HSE-SD & DDC training courses Matrix, register or database used to identify and schedule a nominee's training requirements, and track training attendance and refresher training or competence assessment requirements based on the HSE-SD & DDC course specifications

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HSE-SD & DDC Training Program

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Compulsory

Target population must successfully complete compulsory courses before commencing work in a particular job position (e.g. individual will not be allowed entry to an H 2S area until successful completion of H2S Awareness & Escape courses) Target population must successfully complete mandatory courses as soon as practicable after commencing work in a particular job position. All mandatory courses must be undertaken within 2 months of commencement of work Target population is strongly advised to attend recommended courses at any time during their work Any individual, PDO staff and Contractor personnel, whose job description or role entails supervision of others Organization whose staff include specialist instructors for the delivery of HSE-SD & DDC training services to Contractor personnel Description of the overall process for the planning, undertaking and tracking of HSE-SD & DDC training activities Theory and practical assessments carried out at the end of a course or at a refresher period to confirm the adequate acquisition of the required knowledge understanding and skill identified in the course objectives An assessment that is administered during a course for which feedback is given to aid teaching/learning e.g. self or colleague marked quiz Delivery of a set of instructions, exercises, practical demonstrations on HSE-SD and or DDC related topics by a qualified instructor in line with a particular Course Specification An assessment administered at the refresher period contributing to a decision of competence that if passed, negates the necessity to attend refresher training. No feedback is given other than the result i.e. pass or fail An assessment which is administered at the end of a course to contribute to the decision on competence. No feedback is given other than the result i.e. pass or fail. The group of personnel in Company`s operations identified for HSE-SD & DDC Training Courses in order to improve the HSE-SD & DDC performance of the Company

Mandatory

Recommended Supervisory Staff HSE-SD & DDC in House Training HSE-SD & DDC Training Process Competence Assessment

Formative Assessment

Training Course

Refresher Assessment

Summative Assessment

Target Population

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Training Schedule

The Contractor(s) issued plan of when the HSE-SD & DDC Training Courses and assessments shall be delivered

1.5

Deliverables

1.5.1 Records Records shall be maintained to document the implementation of this Specification. Data regarding PDO staff completing HSE-SD and DDC training shall be recorded in the SAPpHIRE system and in the individual's HSE Training Passport. Data regarding Contractor personnel completing HSE-SD and DDC training shall be recorded by the Contractor in a Training Matrix, register or data base. Data regarding the delivery of PDO approved HSE-SD and DDC training courses and the personnel trained must be provided monthly by the PDO Approved Training Provider and or Contractor delivering in-house training to the relevant PDO HSE-SD and or DDC training Focal Point. 1.5.2. Reports

PDO staff: Any and all non-compliance with this Specification shall be notified, investigated

and reported using the Non Compliance Report Form`; refer to CP 122 HSE Management System Manual, Part 2 Chapter 6. Specification.

Contractors: Shall notify Contract Holders of any and all non-compliances with this

1.6

Roles and Responsibilities

Asset Managers

Asset Managers are responsible for ensuring that training in their area of responsibility is managed in accordance with the requirements of this Specification.

Corporate Functional Discipline Heads

Corporate Functional Discipline Heads are responsible for ensuring that the requirements of this Specification are reflected in documents for which they are responsible.

Contractors

Contractors are responsible for developing contract specific HSE-SD and DDC Training Plans and HSE Management Plans in accordance with this Specification and in conjunction with PR 1171 Contract HSE Management, Part II.

Individual HSE Training Requirements

HSE-SD and DDC training requirements must be identified by the supervisor for each individual within a Directorate, Department or Contract and notified to the individual.

PDO supervisors carry out the induction of new staff and approve PDO staff training

nomination forms and monitor compliance of their staff against HSE-SD DDC Specification and core HSE competence.

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Contract Holders are to conduct HSE Assessments of contracts, assess Contractor`s HSE

Management Plans, monitor and report compliance with Contractor HSE Management Plans, validate workplace core HSE competence assessments carried out by the contractor against this specification and authorise approved Contractor training where the fees are to be paid by PDO.

Contractor-Contract Manager schedules training in accordance with their Contract HSE

Management Plan and in relation to the current version of the HSE-SD DDC Specification.

Contractor Supervisors role is to determine what course(s), and refresher training and/or

recertification assessment contractor staff must attend and when, and to carry out and document workplace core HSE competence assessments on staff they supervise.

1.7

Performance Monitoring

A review of changes in training requirements resulting from changes in personnel, job function, processes, equipment, etc. Identification of time bound training whose validity will expire within the next review period and planning of competence assessment and/or refresher training Monitoring of planned training delivery by the planned dates Data regarding HSE-SD and DDC training completed by PDO staff and Contractor personnel Data of HSE-SD and DDC training courses delivered and personnel trained by PDO Approved Training Providers and Contractor delivering in-house training Validation of field-based core HSE competence assessments carried out by supervisors and managers. PDO staff will monitor training completed through the SAPpHIRE database

Routine monitoring of the HSE-SD and DDC Training Programs shall include:

1.8

Review and Improvement

If users of this document encounter any mistakes or confusing entries they are requested to notify the Document Custodian using the form provided in CP 122 HSE Management System Manual, Part 2, Chapter 3. This document shall be reviewed as necessary by the Document Custodian, but not less than every four years. Triggers for full or partial review of this Specification are listed in CP 122 HSE Management System Manual, Part 2, Chapter 8. For further assistance regarding this document, please contact either the MSE Help Desk, MSE - HLD HSE Training Focal Point, or MSE - DDC Training Focal Point or MSE Help Desk direct.

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PART I HSE TRAINING PROCESS 2.0

2.1

Performance Requirements

Overview

An overview of PDO`s HSE-SD and DDC Training Process, including references to Sections within this document, is provided below in Table 1.

Table 1

Step Establish training needs

HSE Training Process

Actions PDO staff shall utilize Personal Development Plans and Professional Profiling of SAPpHIRE to establish and monitor individual`s HSE-SD & DDC training needs. Contractors shall develop a training matrix, register or database to document the application of the HSE-SD & DDC Course Specification to the Contract. Identification of PDO Approved Training Providers delivering HSE-SD & DDC training courses. Company HSE-SD & DDC training timetables detail the location and delivery schedule of HSESD & DDC training courses. Nomination forms can be obtained from the PDO HSE web site or directly from the PDO Approved HSE-SD & DDC Training Provider. Completed nomination forms should be approved by the Supervisor and sent to the PDO Approved Training Provider. On completion of HSE-SD & DDC training, nominees will complete a post-training assessment. Where time bound PDO approved training expires nominees can attend a refresher assessment of their competence. After 3 months employment in the workplace, nominees must achieve core HSE competence. Assessment outcomes are documented and validated. Training and assessment results will be retained by the PDO Approved Training Provider or Contractor delivering in-house training and training and assessment outcomes are to be used to update HSE-SD & DDC training programs, and to track individual`s job performance and Reference Sect. 2.2

Select HSE-SD & DDC Training Service Provider Schedule training Confirm nominations

Sect. 2.3 Sect. 2.4.1 Sect. 2.4.2 2.4.3

Attend training and assessments

Sect. 2.5.1 ­ 2.5.3

Achieve core HSE competence in the workplace Training outcomes management

Sect. 2.5.4

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suitability.

2.2

Planning

2.2.1 Determining HSE & DDC Training Needs All PDO Departmental and Contractor HSE Management Plans shall include HSE-SD and DDC Training Programs that address the HSE-SD and DDC training needs of all incumbent personnel, as specified in this document. PDO staff will utilize Personal Development Plans, HSE Learning Ladders and Professional Profiling sections of SAPpHIRE to establish and monitor individual`s HSE-SD & DDC training needs. Contract Holders should use this Specification in conjunction with PR 1171 Contract HSE Management, to develop the specific HSE training requirements of each Contract. This information shall be included in the Contract HSE Specification (C-9) and used to assess the Contractor's HSE Management Plan (see PR 1171 Contract HSE Management Part II). Contractors will develop a simple matrix listing individuals along one axis, and HSE-SD and DDC Training Courses along the other axis and cells within the matrix detailing each individual`s training required, not required, or completed. This presents a clear overview of the application of and compliance with the training requirements in this document to the Contract. For each identified training requirement, records should be maintained detailing if and when the required course was completed, if and when refresher recertification training and or competence assessment is due and when outstanding training will be completed. To assist the development of an HSE-SD and DDC Training Programs, Table 2 shows the core HSE Learning Ladders and HSE courses forming them. Table 2 3 summarises the 'Planning Information' of each HSE-SD and DDC Training Course Specification. Table 4 shows the conversion of courses as they have developed since 2002. For Contractors, guidance on the structure and content of Contract HSE Management Plans, including HSE-SD and DDC training can be found in PR 1171 Contract HSE Management, Part II Section 3. Core HSE Learning Ladders (Table 2) are being introduced that require specific HSE courses to be attended by all new hires, in a progressive order, unless exemption, de-selection or step-out has been agreed. Only these HSE courses may be attended in the 1 st 3 months of employment. For PDO staff these courses will be included in the training catalogue accessible through SAPpHiRe and staff could use this catalogue to include this training in their respective PDPs. Planning of Defensive Driving Courses Defensive Driving Course bookings should be made as early as possible. However, it may not be possible to obtain a booking that occurs in the correct sequence with other courses in the core HSE Learning Ladder course progression. It is therefore permissible for the Defensive Driving course(s) to be attended after the HSE-SD courses on the core HSE Learning Ladder have been attended.

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In this circumstance, the staff member to be trained must not drive at work, until he has obtained the appropriate Defensive Driving permit(s). The DD courses and permit(s) are not a pre-requisite for any other course type on the core HSE Learning Ladder, and progress up the progression ladder is therefore unaffected by a delay in a DD course booking and attendance.

HSE Training Courses other than those on the core HSE Learning Ladder

Confirmation of the delegate`s achievement of core HSE assessment in the workplace will be required from the nominating supervisor by ATPs at the time of booking further HSE training. Course bookings for contractor staff will be made in the same way as before. PDO staff will continue to book HSE courses using existing systems available from PDO`s Intranet. H2S course bookings will continue to be made using Insight Browser. 2.2.2 Target Populations Each HSE-SD and DDC Course Specification defines the categories of personnel required to attend HSE-SD and DDC training as the target population. For planning purposes these are summarised in Table 23. The personnel specified constitute the minimum population required to attend, however, the relevant Directorate, Department or Contract Holder may add additional personnel where considered appropriate. Where individuals have having extensive experience in the E&P industry can demonstrate equivalent HSE-SD and DDC training related to this experience, then further training exposure may be unnecessary. In such situations their Supervisor may decide to apply for a Refresher Recertification Assessment to determine the individual`s competence in a specific activity. 2.2.3 Exemptions There may be circumstances when compliance with training and or refresher assessment of competence requirements is inappropriate or unnecessary. In such circumstances, an Step Out exemption variation from HSE-SD and/or DDC training requirements may be requested from MSE-M with each case being decided on its individual merits. Supervisors who can fully justify a member of staff, by virtue of job role, not attending a particular course on the HSE Learning Ladder, may apply for an individual`s deselection. In the case of contractors, this should be through their contract holder. In the case of contractors, this should be through their contract holder. For applications on behalf of PDO staff, the supervisor should consult with the HLD8 team. The de-selection decision only applies to applications on behalf of new hires.

Step Outs to permit additional HSE course training within 3 months. Supervisors who can fully justify the need for a particular individual, by virtue of job role, to attend an HSE course additional to those on the HSE Learning Ladder, but within 3 months of employment, may apply for a Step-Out. In the case of contractors, this should be through their contract holder. For applications on behalf of PDO staff, the supervisor should consult with the HLD8 team.

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De-selection from core HSE training on the basis of existing and equivalent competency Supervisors who assess a new hire to have existing and equivalent knowledge, understanding and skills in any or all areas of core HSE competency, may recommend the individual for competency assessment only. In this case, the individual must apply to an ATP to carry out the assessment. Individuals who meet the competency standard on assessment, will not be required to attend the relevant core HSE training course.

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2.2.4 Fitness for Training All staff attending HSE-SD and DDC training should be medically fit as specified in SP 1230. In addition, some courses involve practical elements which require appropriate levels of physical fitness. Supervisors nominating staff for any course should ensure that the nominee is medically and physically fit and if in doubt, refer the nominee to an approved medical practitioner. Supervisors should assess and manage the risks associated with people attending training courses, and or refresher training or recertification assessment, and ensuringe that the risks posed by people having to travel driving long distances and or attending training after working a night shift or long hours without rest, are minimised.

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Table 2 ­ Core HSE Learning Ladders

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The Core HSE Competence Ladders

3 months In-field experience, then HSE Core Competence Assessment Safety Leadership for 1st line Supervisors ­ 3days Safety Leadership for Managers ­ 2days Safety Leadership for Executives ­ 1 day Coaching, Mentoring & Competence Assessment ­ 1 day

Defensive Driving Blacktop & Graded Roads ­ 3 days

Defensive Driving Blacktop & Graded Roads ­ 3 days

Dealing with Hazards & Risks ­ 1 day Non-supervisory staff Initial Fire Response - ½ day

HSE Tools & Skills ­ 2 days

Supervisors, managers & executives

H2S Awareness & Escape - ½ day

HSE Induction ­ 1 day

New hires, secondees, transferees

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Table 23

Summary of Planning Information from Course Specifications

Course Title

Course Codes

Target Population

Type

Length

Recertification Interval

Pre-requisites for attendance

SP 1157 DRIVER TRAINING & ASSESSMENT

Without risk profiling: 1st recertification within 9 - 12 months of DD01, thereafter within each subsequent year After risk profiling: At interval produced by risk profile (includes DD03 elements where DD03 permit held) Without risk profiling: 1st recertification within 9 - 12 months of DD02, thereafter within each subsequent year After risk profiling: At interval produced by risk profile (includes DD03 elements where DD03 permit held) 21 years of age or older Valid light vehicle driving licence accepted by ROP. PPE : o Working clothing required; o Spectacles or contact lenses when prescribed for vision correction. Employed after-31/8/09: o Modules 1 ­ 4 Core HSE Learning Ladder; Employed before 1/9/09: o HSE Induction 21 years of age or older Valid heavy vehicle driving licence accepted by ROP. PPE : o As for DD01 Employed after-31/8/09: o Modules 1 ­ 4 Core HSE Learning Ladder; Employed before 1/9/09: o HSE Induction

DD Light vehicles, blacktop roads

DD01A, DD01E, DD01H

PDO & all contractor personnel required to drive light vehicles in the performance of their work.

C

2 days

DD Heavy vehicles, blacktop roads

DD02A, DD02H

As above but for heavy vehicles

C

2 days

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DD Graded Roads

DD03E, DD03A, DD03H

All PDO & contractor personnel required to drive any vehicle type on graded roads in the performance of their work.

C

1 day

Recertification coincident with DD06 recertification requirement.

Holds valid, current DD01 or DD02 permit Valid light or heavy vehicle driving licence accepted by ROP. PPE : As for DD01 or DD02 PLUS: o Safety footwear Employed after-31/8/09: o Modules 1 ­ 4 Core HSE Learning Ladder; Employed before 1/9/09: o HSE Induction 21 years of age or older Valid heavy vehicle driving licence accepted by ROP. Valid, current DD02 permit PPE : As for DD03 Employed after-31/8/09: o Modules 1 ­ 4 Core HSE Learning Ladder; Employed before 1/9/09: HSE Induction Valid light vehicle driving licence accepted by ROP held for not less than 8 years and endorsed for bus driving (<26 passengers &/or <6 tons), or, Valid heavy vehicle driving licence accepted by ROP held for not less than 4 years and endorsed for bus driving (>26 passengers &/or >6 tons) Valid, current DD01 or DD02 permit as appropriate. PPE : o As for DD03 Employed after-31/8/09: o Modules 1 ­ 4 Core HSE Learning Ladder; Employed before 1/9/09: o HSE Induction

DD Light & Heavy Tankers

DD04A, DD04H

All PDO & Contactor drivers required to drive tanker vehicles on blacktop or graded roads in Oman in the performance of their work.

C

6.5 hrs including Assessment

Recertification coincident with DD06 recertification requirement.

DD Light & Heavy Buses

DD05A, DD05H

All PDO & Contactor drivers required to drive buses on blacktop or graded roads in Oman in the performance of their work.

C

1 day including Assessment

Recertification coincident with DD06 recertification requirement.

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DD Recertification Assessment

DD06A, DD06E, DD06H

PDO & all Contractor personnel holding PDO DD permits of any kind, required to drive in the performance of their work.

To be taken in the highest risk category vehicle the driver has a DD permit to drive, and includes DD03 elements where a DD03 permit is held. C 5.5 hrs including Assessment Without risk profiling: 1st recertification within 9 - 12 months of DD01 or DD02, thereafter within each subsequent year After risk profiling: At interval produced by risk profile 1st Reassessment & refresher (DD06) within 9 - 12 months of DD01, thereafter every 2 years (includes DD03 elements where DD03 permit held). However, DD03 must be retaken if permit expired > 3 months As for the DD courses applicable to permits held.

DD light vehicles, blacktop & graded roads (Combines DD01 & DD03)

DD08A, DD08E, DD08H (Combines DD01 & DD03)

All PDO & contractor personnel required to drive light or heavy vehicles on blacktop and graded roads in Oman in the performance of their work.

C

24 hours

HSE Induction, valid driving licence accepted by ROP, DD01 permit. PPE ­ As above

Defensive Driving heavy vehicle, blacktop & graded roads (Combines DD02 & DD03)

DD09A, DD09H

All PDO & contractor personnel required to drive heavy vehicles on blacktop and graded roads in Oman in the performance of their work.

C

24 hours

1st Reassessment & refresher (DD06) within 9 - 12 months of DD01, thereafter every 2 years (includes DD03 elements where DD03 permit held). However, DD03 must be retaken if permit expired > 3 months

HSE Induction, valid driving licence accepted by ROP, DD01 permit.. PPE ­ As above

DD for Family members (Light vehicles, blacktop roads)

DD07A, DD07E, DD07H

Family members of PDO staff

R

1 day

None

18 years of age or older Valid light vehicle driving licence accepted by ROP. PPE : o Spectacles or contact lenses when prescribed for vision correction.

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DD Knowledge & Understanding Reassessment (all courses)

DDPK

PDO & all contractor personnel who have failed to achieve competency in DD knowledge & understanding during their DD course

C, if failed assessment on DD01, 02, 03, 04, 05. 06. 08 or 09

2 hours

One reassessment is possible. If 2nd failure, original course must be reattended.

As per the course originally attended.

DD Practical tuition and reassessment (all DD courses)

DDPA

All contractor personnel who have failed to achieve competency in DD practical skills during their DD course

C, if failed assessment on DD01, 02, 03, 04, 05. 06. 08 or 09

4 hours

One reassessment is possible. If 2nd failure, original course must be reattended.

As per the course originally attended.

Safe Journey management

LXA970, LXE970, LXH970

Contractor Personnel responsible for the operational management of activities and Contractor HSE Advisers

C

8 hours

SJM Reassessment at 3 yearly intervals

Employed post-31/8/09 Core HSE Learning Ladder; DD permit holder; Employed pre-1/9/09 ­ HSE Induction, HSE Tools & Skills; Safety Leadership course appropriate to the role held; DD permit holderHSE Induction, JHA, current DD permit holder.

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SP 1157 LEVEL 1 HSE COURSES

HSE Induction for Contractors

LXE300, LXA300, LXH300

All new Staff

C

8 hours

HSE Core competence achieved and maintained from 3 months onwards

Not Applicable

HSE Induction for PDO staff

Not Applicable

All new PDO staff, transferees, secondees

C

8 hours

HSE Core competence achieved and maintained from 3 months onwards

Not Applicable

H2S Awareness & Escape

LXE002, LXA002, LXH002

All PDO & Contractor personnel who may need to enter H2S designated areas All PDO & Contractor personnel who may need to enter High Risk Sour H2S designated areas in the Greater Birba area.

C

4 hours

HSE Core competence achieved and maintained from 3 months onwards; Recertification assessment every 3 years

HSE Induction . Absence of known claustrophobia. PPE ­ Safety footwear, working clothing, industrial safety helmet. HSE Induction . Absence of known claustrophobia. PPE ­ Safety footwear, working clothing, industrial safety helmet. For those employed pre-15/8/09, HSE Induction; H2S Awareness & Escape. For those employed post-15/8/09, completion of HSE Learning Ladder, verified HSE core competence and minimum 3 months in-field experience. PPE ­ As for H2S course.

H2S Awareness & Escape (High Risk Sour Sites)

LXE002H, LXA002H, LXH002H

C

4 hours

HSE Core competence achieved and maintained from 3 months onwards; Recertification assessment every 3 years

Gas Testing Basic

LXE017

PDO & Contractor personnel designated as Authorised Gas Testers

C

3 hours

Competence maintained and verified the workplace after 3 months; Recertification assessment at 3 year intervals

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Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus & Confined Space entry

LXE001, LXA001, LXH001

All PDO & Contractor personnel who are required to use SCBA for gas testing, during operational activities or in operational emergencies. (Qualification requirement differs for F&RS staff). All PDO & Contractor personnel who are required to use SCBA for gas testing, during operational activities or in operational emergencies at High Risk Sour sites in the Greater Birba area. (Qualification requirement differs for F&RS staff). All PDO and Contractor personnel

C

8 hours

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months; Recertification assessment at 3 year intervals

Physically fit, no vertigo or claustrophobia plus - For those employed pre-15/8/09, HSE Induction; H2S Awareness & Escape; For those employed post-15/8/09, completion of HSE Learning Ladder, verified HSE core competence and minimum 3 months in-field experience. PPE ­ As for H2S course

Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus & Confined Space entry (High Risk Sour sites)

LXE001H, LXA001H, LXH001H

C

8 hours

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months; Recertification assessment at 3 year intervals

Physically fit, no vertigo or claustrophobia plus - For those employed pre-15/8/09, HSE Induction; H2S Awareness & Escape; For those employed post-15/8/09, completion of HSE Learning Ladder, verified HSE core competence and minimum 3 months in-field experience. PPE ­ As for H2S course

Initial Fire Response

LXE537E, LXE537A, LXE537H (proposed code)

C

4 hrs

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months; Recertification assessment at 3 year intervals

HSE Induction. PPE ­ As for H2S course For those employed pre-15/8/09, HSE Induction; For those employed post-15/8/09, completion of HSE Learning Ladder, verified HSE core competence and minimum 3 months in-field experience. PPE ­ As for H2S course

Fire Warden

LXO37

All PDO and Contractor personnel

C

4 hrs

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months; Recertification assessment at 3 year intervals

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Chemical Hazard Awareness for Supervisors

LXE440, LXA440, LXH440

PDO & Contractor Supervisors who are responsible for operations or processes involving chemicals.

M

8 hours

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months; Reassessment at 3 year intervals

Completion of HSE Learning Ladder, verified achievement of HSE core competence and a minimum of 3 months in-field experience. PPE ­ As for H2S course

Chemical Hazard Awareness

LXA441, LXE441, LXH441

PDO & Contractor Drivers & Operational staff who are required to handle or transport hazardous chemicals as part of their work. All PDO & Contractor staff required to manage or handle hazardous chemicals as part of their work

M

4 hours

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months; Reassessment at 3 year intervals

Completion of HSE Learning Ladder, verified achievement of HSE core competence and a minimum of 3 months in-field experience. PPE ­ As for H2S course

Chemical Hazard Assessment

LXA442,LXE442, LXH442

C

1 hour

Every 3 years

Chemical Handling (Drivers & operational staff); Chemical Handling for supervisors (managerial and supervisory staff). PPE ­ As for H2S course

Basic Life Support (Foundation)

LXE401, LXA401, LXH401

PDO & Contractor staff who are designated 1st Aiders

C

24 hours

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months; Recertification assessment at 3 year intervals

For those employed pre-15/8/09, HSE Induction. For those post-15/8/09, completion of HSE Learning Ladder, verified achievement of HSE core competence and a minimum of 3 months in-field experience. PPE ­ Working clothes.

Basic Life Support (Refresher)

LXE401, LXA401, LXH401 (proposed codes)

PDO & Contractor professional drivers; Refresher for PDO & Contractor designated 1st Aiders

C

8 hours

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months; Recertification assessment at 3 year intervals

Valid, PDO 1st Aid certificate or Internationally recognised 1st Aid certificate PPE ­ Working clothes

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SP 1157 LEVEL 2 HSE COURSES

M for Contractor HSE Advisors. / R for Contractor Supervisors and Managers, including as a minimum Contract Holders and Contractor Contract Managers, who may be required as part of their job function to lead incident investigations. PDO & Contractor front line supervisors, managers, senior managers and executives. For those employed pre-15/8/09, HSE Induction and JHA. For those post-15/8/09, completion of supervisors, managers or executives HSE Learning Ladder, verified achievement of HSE core competence and a minimum of 3 months in-field experience. PPE ­ Not required

Incident Investigation

LXE032

As required in Target Population

16 hours

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months and thereafter at 2 year intervals

HSE Tools & Skills

HTS

C

16 hrs

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months and thereafter at 2 year intervals

HSE Induction, H2S, and IFR courses. PPE ­ As for H2S course

Safety Leadership for Front line Supervisors

SLS (E, A, H)

PDO & Contractor staff who have a Front line supervisory role

C

24 hrs

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months and thereafter at 2 year intervals

From 15/8/09 - MANDATORY for all existing front line supervisors (complete before 30/06/10). From 15/8/09 - COMPULSORY for all PDO & Contractor new hires after HSE Induction, H2S, IFR, HTS and CMCA courses. PPE ­ As for H2S course

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Safety Leadership for Managers

SLM (E, A)

Middle or senior PDO & Contractor managers whose role includes responsibility for other staff at work.

C

16 hrs

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months and thereafter at 2 year intervals

From 15/8/09 - MANDATORY for all existing managers and senior managers (complete before 30/06/10). From 15/8/09 COMPULSORY for all PDO & Contractor manager and senior manager new hires after HSE Induction, H2S, IFR, HTS and CMCA courses. PPE - As for H2S course From 20/6/09 - All existing senior managers and executives operating at corporate strategic level by 30/06/10. From 15/8/09 COMPULSORY for all PDO & Contractor senior manager and executive new hires required to operate at corporate strategic level after HSE Induction, H2S, IFR, HTS and CMCA courses. PPE ­ Not required For those trained on HSE Induction, HSE for Supervisors prior to 15/8/09 - 2years experience as PTWS. All others, SLM, SLS or SLE as appropriate and a minimum of 2 years experience as a PTWS. For those employed prior to 15/8/09 , HSE Tools & Skills (HTS) and Safety Leadership for Front Line Supervisors (SLS) or Managers (SLM) as appropriate. For those employed after 15/8/09, HSE Induction, H2S, IFR, HTS, CMCA and SLS or SLM as appropriate. PPE ­ As for H2S course

Safety Leadership for Executive Leaders

SLE

Senior managers and executives in PDO and Contracting companies whose role includes corporate strategic management.

C

8 hrs

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months and thereafter at 2 year intervals

Permit to Work Auditing

LXE046

PDO and Contractor personnel who may fulfill a role within the Permit to Work Audit Team as the nominated Auditor. PDO and Contractor personnel who will directly supervise a work party (i.e. first line supervisor, leading hand or charge hand). A technician may also be a Permit Holder.

M

16 hours

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months and thereafter at 3 year intervals

Permit to Work Holders

LXE510

C

8 hours

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months and thereafter at 3 year intervals

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Permit to Work Signatories

LXE015

PDO and Contractor personnel who will fulfill a role within the Permit to Work System of permit applicant, area authority or responsible supervisor PDO & Contractor production operators/supervisors, campaign maintenance coordinators, pigging contractor supervisors, tank/separator cleaning contractor supervisors, rig/hoist managers, other supervisors working with potential NORM contaminated equipment or material PDO and contractor personnel routinely or frequently working on NORM sites. PDO & Contractor personnel required to use Radiation survey and monitoring equipment at actual or potential NORM locations

C

16 hours

Competence maintained and verified in the workplace after 3 months and thereafter at 3 year intervals

For those employed prior to 15/8/09 , HSE Tools & Skills (HTS) and Safety Leadership for Front Line Supervisors (SLS) or Managers (SLM) as appropriate. For those employed after 15/8/09, HSE Induction, H2S, IFR, HTS, CMCA and SLS or SLM as appropriate. PPE ­ As for H2S course

NORM for Supervisors

LXA701,LXE701, LXH701

C

4 hours

Not Applicable

HSE Induction, HSE Tools & Skills (Supervisory staff) or Dealing with Hazards & Risks (other staff) and minimum 3 months in-field experience.

NORM Awareness

LXA702, LXE702, LXH702

C

2 hours

Not Applicable

HSE Induction, IFR, HSE Tools & Skills (Supervisory staff) or Dealing with Hazards & Risks (other staff).

NORM Technician (recently introduced new course)

LXA703, LXE703, LXH703

C

2 hours

Not Applicable

HSE Induction, NORMA or NORMS,

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OTHER HSE TRAINING COURSES

Scaffolding Inspection LXE044 PDO & contractor personnel responsible for inspection of erected scaffold before use or dismantling by themselves or other staff PDO & contractor personnel responsible for inspection of erected scaffold before use or dismantling by themselves or other staff PDO & Contractor personnel who are responsible for the management, inspection and supervision of scaffolding, before, during or after scaffold erection or dismantling. PDO & Contractor personnel who are responsible for the management, inspection and supervision of scaffolding, before, during or after scaffold erection or dismantling. PDO & Contractor personnel nominated as Tripod BETA analysts for accident & incident investigations C 16 hours Competence maintained and verified infield after 3 months; Recertification assessment at 3 year intervals Completion of HSE Learning Ladder, verified achievement of HSE core competence and a minimum of 3 months in-field experience.

Scaffold Inspector recertification

LXE045

C

2 hours

Not Applicable

Current LXE044 certification

Scaffolding Supervision

LXE046

C

40 hours

Competence maintained and verified infield after 3 months; Recertification assessment at 3 year intervals

Completion of HSE Learning Ladder, verified achievement of HSE core competence and a minimum of 3 months in-field experience.

Scaffold recertification

LXE047

C

2 hours

Not Applicable

Current LXE 046 certificate

Tripod Beta Practician

LXE801

M

16 hours

Certification through Tripod Foundation

HSE Induction, JHA, Incident Investigation

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SP 1251 LIFTING & HOISTING COURSES

Mobile Elevating Working Platform/Bucket Truck OperatorLXE 062, LXA 062 Mobile Crane Operator LXE 062, LXA 062 Contractor personnel required to operate a MEWP / Bucket Truck C 8 hours 3 yearly recertification HSE Induction. Minimum Age 21. Holds valid licence for vehicle type recognised by ROP.

LXE060, LXA 060

Contractor personnel required to operate a crane Contractor personnel required to act as a banksmen, a crane operator, a person incharge of a lift (PIC), a lifting equipment maintainer, or a competent authorised person in respect of a lifting operation. Contractor personnel required to operate a fork lift Contractor personnel required to operate a selfloader Hi-Ab Contractor personnel required to operate a side boom tractor

C

8 hours

3 yearly recertification

HSE Induction. Minimum Age 21. Holds ROP Plant licence for crane.

Riggers & Banksman

LXE 065, LXA 065

C

8 hours

3 yearly recertification

HSE Induction. Minimum Age 21.

Fork Lift Operator

LXE 064, LXA 064

C

8 hours

3 yearly recertification

HSE Induction. Minimum Age 21. Holds valid licence for vehicle type recognised by ROP. HSE Induction. Minimum Age 21. Holds valid licence for vehicle type recognised by ROP. HSE Induction. Minimum Age 21. Holds valid licence for vehicle type recognised by ROP.

Self-Loader crane (Hi-Ab) Operator

LXE061, LXA 061

C

8 hours

3 yearly recertification

Side Boom Tractor Operator

LXE 063, LXA 063

C

8 hours

3 yearly recertification

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Course Title HSE Operational Level Induction for Contractors HSE Supervisory & Management Induction for Contractors HSE Induction for PDO Staff H2S Awareness and Escape Gas Testing ­ Basic Self Contained Breathing Apparatus & Confined Space Entry Incident Investigation

Target Population All new staff Contractor Operational

Requirement Compulsory

Duration 2 hours

Refresher Not applicable Not applicable

Language E, A & H

Attendance Pre-requisites Not applicable

All new Contractor Supervisory and Management staff

Compulsory

3 hours

E, A & H

Not applicable

All new PDO staff and visitors All PDO and Contractor personnel who may enter H2S designated areas PDO and Contractor personnel designated as Gas Testers All PDO and Contractor personnel who are required to use SCBA for gas testing, during operational activities or in operational emergencies. PDO and Contractor HSE Advisors, PDO and Contractor Supervisors, Contract Holders and Contractor Contract Managers

Compulsory Compulsory Compulsory Compulsory

0.5 to 3 hours 3 hours 3 hours 8 hours

Not applicable 3 years 3 years 3 years

E E, A & H E E, A & H

Not applicable HSE Induction HSE Induction H2S Awareness and Escape HSE Induction Staff must be physically fit and not suffer from claustrophobia or have a fear of height.

Mandatory

2 days

Not applicable

E

HSE Induction Job Hazard Analysis

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Course Title Job Hazard Analysis HSE for Supervisors

Target Population PDO and Contractor Supervisory staff and Compulsory for Permit to Work Holders and Signatories. PDO or Contractor Supervisors before allocated direct responsibility for operational activities and Contractor/Subcontractor supervision All PDO and Contractor personnel designated as First Aiders All PDO and Contractor First Aiders PDO and Contractor Drivers, Supervisors, Permit Holders, Cooks, Catering personnel and Compulsory for designated Fire Wardens PDO staff and Contractor personnel who will be required to act as Permit Holders

Requirement Mandatory

Duration 8 hours

Refresher Not applicable Not applicable

Language E

Attendance Pre-requisites HSE Induction

Compulsory

5 days

E

HSE Induction Job Hazard Analysis (Desirable ­ but could be done at a later date if necessary) HSE Induction Basic Life Support within last 3 years HSE Induction

Basic Life Support (Foundation) Basic Life Support (Refresher) Initial Fire Response Permit to Work Holders

Compulsory Compulsory Mandatory

3 days 8 hours 6 hours

3 years Not applicable 3 years

E, A & H E, A & H E, A & H

Compulsory

8 hours

3 years

E

Permit to Work Signatories

Persons acting as: Permit Applicant Area Authority Responsible Supervisor

Compulsory

2 days

3 years

E

HSE Induction Good level of written and spoken English Minimum of 3 months experience working in a PDO environment Job Hazard Analysis Course HSE Induction Fluent in written and spoken English 3 months experience working in a PDO environment Job Hazard Analysis Course, or HSE for Supervisors

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Course Title Naturally Occurring Radio active Material for Supervisors (NORM)

Target Population PDO and Contractor Production Operators/Supervisors, Campaign Maintenance Coordinators, Pigging Contractor Supervisors, Tank/Separator Cleaning Contractor Supervisors, Rig/Hoist Managers, other Supervisors working with potential NORM contaminated equipment or material PDO and Contractor personnel routinely or frequently working on NORM sites

Requirement Compulsory

Duration 4 hours

Refresher Not applicable

Language E

Attendance Pre-requisites HSE Induction

Naturally Occurring Radio active Material Awareness (NORM) Defensive Driving in Oman Light Vehicles Blacktop Roads Defensive Driving in Oman Heavy VehiclesBlacktop Roads

Compulsory

2 hours

Not applicable

E

HSE Induction

PDO and Contractor personnel required to drive light vehicles in the performance of their work

Compulsory

16 hours

PDO and Contractor personnel required to drive heavy vehicles in the performance of their work

Compulsory

16 hours

One year thereafter two yearly assessed drive One year thereafter two yearly assessed

E,A & H

HSE Induction Valid light vehicle driving license accepted by the Royal Oman Police

A&H

HSE Induction Valid heavy vehicle driving license accepted by the Royal Oman Police

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Course Title Defensive Driving -Graded Roads - for both Heavy and Light Vehicle drivers Defensive Driving - Bulk Tanker Module (Light and Heavy) Defensive Driving - Bus Module (Light and Heavy) Defensive Drivingl Assessment Safe Journey Management

Target Population All PDO and Contractor personnel required to drive light or heavy vehicles on graded roads in Oman in the performance of their work All PDO and Contractor personnel required to drive light or heavy bulk liquid tankers, including vacuum tankers, on blacktop or graded roads in Oman in the performance of their work All PDO and Contractor personnel required to drive light or heavy buses on blacktop or graded roads in Oman in the performance of their work. All PDO and Contractor personnel required to drive light or heavy vehicles on blacktop or graded roads in Oman in the performance of their work PDO and Contractor personnel responsible for the operational management of driving activities, and Contractor HSE Advisors

Requirement Compulsory

Duration 5 hours

Refresher One year thereafter two yearly assessed One year thereafter two yearly assessed One year thereafter two yearly assessed One year thereafter two yearly assessed Not applicable

Language E,A & H

Attendance Pre-requisites HSE Induction Defensive Driving Permit (heavy or light). Valid vehicle driving license Royal Oman Police HSE Induction Defensive Driving Permit (heavy or light). Valid vehicle driving license Royal Oman Police HSE Induction Defensive Driving Permit (heavy or light). Valid vehicle driving license Royal Oman Police HSE Induction Defensive Driving Permit (heavy or light). Valid vehicle driving license Royal Oman Police HSE Induction Blacktop Roads accepted by the Blacktop Roads accepted by the

Compulsory

4 hours

A&H

Compulsory

3 hours

A&H

Blacktop Roads accepted by the Blacktop Roads accepted by the

Compulsory

2 hours

E,A & H

Compulsory

8 hours

E,A & H

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Table 4 ­ HSE Course Conversion Chart from SP 1157 versions 5 and 6

SP 1157 v5 (July 2002) Course became SP 1157 v6 (July 2006) Course becomes

SP 1157 v7 (Aug 2009) Course (to be incorporated in

PR 1171 Pt II Rev 4, 2009)

SP 1157 DRIVER TRAINING & ASSESSMENT

Defensive Driving in Oman Light vehicles Blacktop Roads Defensive Driving in Oman Light vehicles Blacktop Roads Defensive Driving - Graded Roads - for both Heavy and Light vehicle drivers Defensive Driving Bulk Tanker module (Light & Heavy) Defensive Driving Bus module (Light and Heavy) Defensive Driving Annual Assessment Did not exist Did not exist Did not exist Did not exist became Defensive Driving Light vehicles, blacktop roads (16 hrs) Defensive Driving Heavy vehicles, blacktop roads (16 hrs) Defensive Driving Graded Roads (8hrs) Defensive Driving Light & Heavy Tankers (3 hrs) Defensive Driving Light & Heavy Buses (3 hrs) Defensive Driving Recertification Assessment (4 hrs) Defensive Driving light vehicles, blacktop & graded roads (Combines DD01 & DD03) (24 hrs) Defensive Driving heavy vehicle, blacktop & graded roads (Combines DD02 & DD03) (24hrs) Defensive Driving Knowledge & Understanding Reassessment (all courses) (2 hrs) Defensive Driving Practical tuition and reassessment (all DD courses) (4hrs) becomes becomes becomes becomes becomes becomes becomes becomes becomes becomes Defensive Driving Light vehicles, blacktop roads (16 hrs) Defensive Driving Heavy vehicles, blacktop roads (16 hrs) Defensive Driving Graded Roads (8 hrs) Defensive Driving Light & Heavy Tankers ( 4 hrs) Defensive Driving Light & Heavy Buses (8 hrs) Defensive Driving Recertification Assessment (4 hrs) Defensive Driving light vehicles, blacktop & graded roads (Combines DD01 & DD03) (24 hrs) Defensive Driving heavy vehicle, blacktop & graded roads (Combines DD02 & DD03) (24 hrs) Defensive Driving Knowledge & Understanding Reassessment (all courses) (2 hrs) Defensive Driving Practical tuition and reassessment (all DD courses) (4hrs)

became

became became became became

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Safe Journey Management (8hrs) Road Safety Management (8 hrs)

became became

Safe Journey management (8 hrs) Discontinued

becomes

Safe Journey management (8hrs)

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SP 1157 LEVEL 1 HSE COURSES

Level 1 staff HSE Induction (2 hrs) Level 2 staff HSE Induction (3hrs) HSE Operational Level Induction for Contractors (2hrs) HSE Supervisory & Management Induction for Contractors (3 hrs) HSE Induction for PDO staff (1/2 - 3 hrs) [online course] H2S Awareness & Escape (3 hrs) Gas Testing - Basic (3 hrs) Self contained Breathing Apparatus (8hrs) Basic Fire Extinguisher (4hrs) Fire Wardens (4 hrs) Chemical Hazard Awareness (8 hrs) became became H2S Awareness & Escape (3 hrs) Gas Testing - Basic (3 hrs) Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus & Confined Space entry (8 hrs) Initial Fire response (8 hrs) Discontinued Does not exist Does not exist Basic Life Support (Foundation) [24 hrs] Basic Life Support (Refresher) [8 hrs] became became Basic Life Support (Foundation) [24 hrs] Basic Life Support (Refresher) [8hrs] becomes becomes becomes becomes HSE Induction all staff (8hrs) HSE Induction for PDO staff e-learning [online course] (1/2 - 6 hrs) Launch to be announced. H2S Awareness & Escape (4hrs) Gas Testing - Basic (3 hrs) Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus & Confined Space entry (8 hrs) Initial Fire Response (4 hrs) Fire Wardens (4 hrs) Chemical Hazard Awareness for Supervisors (8hrs) Chemical Hazard Awareness (4 hrs) Chemical Hazard Assessment (1 hr) Basic Life Support (Foundation) [16 hrs] Basic Life Support (Refresher) [8hrs]

becomes becomes

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SP 1157 LEVEL 2 HSE COURSES

Incident Investigation and Reporting (16 hrs) became Incident Investigation (16 hrs) Incident Investigation (16 hrs) HSE Tools & Skills (16 hrs) [ Supervisors, Managers, Execs] Job Hazard Analysis (8 hrs) became Job Hazard Analysis (8 hrs) becomes Dealing with Hazards & Risks (8 hrs) [non-supervisory staff] Chemical Hazards Awareness (8 hrs) HSE Management of contracts (8hrs) Managing HSE workshop (8 hrs) Hazard Awareness & Communication (8 hrs) Occupational Health Module 1 (8 hrs) Supervising Safety (16 hrs) Enhanced Site Supervision workshop (8hrs) Permit to Work Auditing (16 hrs) Permit to Work Holders (8 hrs) Permit to Work Signatories (16 hrs) became became became Discontinued Permit to Work Holders (8 hrs) Permit to Work Signatories (16 hrs) NORM for Supervisors (4 hrs) NORM Awareness (2 hrs) becomes becomes becomes becomes becomes Safety Leadership for front line Supervisors (24 hrs) Permit to Work Auditing (16 hrs) Permit to Work Holders (16 hrs) Permit to Work Signatories (16 hrs) NORM for Supervisors (4 hrs) NORM Awareness (2 hrs) NORM Technician (2hrs) Scaffolding Appreciation (8 hrs) Tripod BETA (8 hrs) Drilling HSE workshop (16 hrs) became became became Discontinued Discontinued Discontinued became HSE for Supervisors becomes Safety Leadership for Managers (16 hrs) Safety Leadership for Executives (8 hours)

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2.3

HSE Training Service Providers

training requirements as specified in this document must be of courses delivered under contracts with PDO Approved must not use any training provider other than those approved HSE-SD & DDC Training web pages.

2.3.1 Company Staff All PDO staff HSE-SD & DDC satisfied through completion Training Providers. PDO staff by PDO and listed on the PDO

http://sww1.pdo.shell.om/dept/cd/csm/blocks/training/train.html 2.3.2 Contractor Personnel Contractors may attend HSE-SD & DDC training courses supplied by any PDO Approved Training Providerroviders, as long as the training provider is approved by PDO for the HSESD & DDC courses sought. The list of PDO Approved Training Providers is available on the PDO HSE-SD & DDC Training web pages. Contracting companies approved by PDO to deliver specific PDO HSE-SD programs to its own staff in-house, are specifically prohibited from delivering this training to any other category of person. http://www.pdo.co.om/hseforcontractors/blocks/training/train.html

2.4

Training Delivery

2.4.1 HSE Training Schedules PDO`s training schedules for approved HSE-SD and DDC training can be accessed on the PDO HSE-SD & DDC web site or by contacting the contracted PDO Approved Training Provider. 2.4.2 PDO and Contractor Nominees To participate in a training course or refresher recertification assessment, staff members are required to complete a course Nomination Form` available on request from the HSE-SD and DDC Training Service Providers, or from the PDO HSE-SD & DDC web site. Completed nomination forms must be approved by the nominee's supervisor, with confirmation that core HSE competence has been achieved, and sent directly to the PDO approved HSE-SD or DDC Training Provider. PDO staff requiring HSE-SD training should use the Insight Browser system for any course types available on the system. Confirmation of booking is provided by an automated response by the Insight Browser system, using an emailed meeting invitation. Acceptance of this invitation places an entry in the individual`s Outlook calendar. No other confirmations will be sent. Cancellation of any course nomination must be advised by email or fax at least 48 hours prior to commencement of the course otherwise the nomination will be recorded as a no-show and the full course fee may be charged. Courses booked by PDO staff using the Insight Browser system may be cancelled by reentering the system, going to the course originally booked and clicking on the De-register option. Once the system registers the De-register instruction, the link will change from Deregister to Register. No cancellation confirmation is sent. The original Outlook calendar entry must be manually removed by the individual staff member. Such cancellations must be

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made a full 2 days before the course is due to commence. Failure to do so will result in a No Show being recorded and the full course fee may be charged. 2.4.3 Contractor in-house Training Contractor companies may undertake in-house HSE-SD training of their own personnel to meet the requirements of this Specification, provided the Contractor company has been approved by PDO HSE Training Focal Point to deliver the relevant courses. The Approvals Process is set out in Appendix 1, Part I to this document. 2.4.4 Minimum and maximum attendees

In order to ensure effective training minimum and maximum numbers of nominees for each training course apply:

Course/Assessment HSE Training courses HSE Assessment Safety Leadership Courses DDC 001 DDC 002 DDC 003 DDC 004, 005 & 006 Safe journey management

Minimum 3 1 15 3 3 3 Not applicable Not applicable

Maximum Refer to course specification Refer to course specification 30 12 9 12 Not applicable Not applicable

2.5

Training Assessment

2.5.1 Overview Core HSE competence assessments Initial assessments of knowledge and understanding will continue to take place during and immediately after training. Failing to achieve the required standard at any point, will require a re-assessment after coaching. If the required standard is still not achieved, the delegate will be returned to his employer with a brief report from the ATP, and will not be permitted in the field until the required standard is achieved after re-training. Once the core HSE Learning Ladder courses are completed and post-training competence has been achieved, delegates may be deployed into the workplace. To confirm that the required safety behaviours have been developed and maintained, core HSE competency will be re-assessed by the nominee`s supervisor and/or manager in the workplace after 3 months. Assessment will be made against the competency standard published in this document. (Appendix 2) Achievement of Core HSE competency must be confirmed and recorded by the individual`s supervisor or manager, and verified by a manager above the assessor`s management level. The records and method of assessments will be further verified (validated) by Contract Holders and/or PDO`s HLD8 team at any time.

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Most training courses include an end of course Assessment and sSome specific training courses require a 3 yearly Refresher Recertification Assessment. The intervals for recertification, where these apply, and the assessment criteria are shown in Table 3 and detailed in the respective Course Specification. (See PART II COURSE SPECIFICATIONS). Plans should be made to acquire recertification BEFORE the original expiry date. There is no grace` period for expired permits or recertification intervals. Supervisors who assess a new hire to have existing and equivalent knowledge, understanding and skills in any or all areas of core HSE competency should recommend the individual for competency assessment only. In all cases, the individual must apply to an ATP to carry out the assessment. Supervisors who assess a new hire`s existing qualifications, training and experience as being equivalent to or better than PDO`s training, and is satisfied that their competency is very likely to meet the PDO standard, should recommend the individual to undertake the competency assessment only. Successful assessment will remove the requirement for the individual to attend the relevant HSE course, and where a permit issue is involved, the ATP will issue the relevant permit. Nominees failing to satisfy the competency assessment criteria in these circumstances will be required to attend the full training course. 2.5.2 Refresher Re-certification Assessment Outcome Management Nominees successfully passing the refresher recertification assessment are considered competent and will have their HSE Training Passport stamped (see Section 2.6) by the HSESD assessor or DDC assessor, as appropriatetraining instructor. Nominees failing to satisfy the refresher recertification assessment criteria will be required to attend the entire full training course.

2.6

HSE Training Passport

Training records for PDO staff are maintained in SAPpHIRE., Contractors will maintain a training matrix, register or database to document Contractor personnel training. These records are augmented by the HSE Training Passport retained by the individual PDO staff or Contractor employee and up-dated each time they complete an HSE-SD or DDC training course. The objective of the HSE Training Passport is to provide a documented training record for the individual even if the individual transfers between departments or Contractors. A PDO HSE Training Passport will be issued to all personnel on the completion of an HSE Induction; this being the first time they attend a PDO approved HSE training course. For PDO staff the passport will be issued by MSE the HLD8 department and for contractors by the approved provider of the HSE Induction course. The Training Passport shall be updated each time a staff member: successfully passes a PDO approved HSE-SD and or DDC training course successfully passes a refresher re-certification assessment of competence, or produces a valid exemption or waiver

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The HSE Training Passport may also be used by Contractor's to record successful completion of PDO approved in-house HSE-SD training, and to record any HSE-SD & DDC training or assessment completed that is additional to PDO minimum requirements. There is nono corporate requirement for personnel to carry the Passport at all times. Hhowever, if requested, it must be made available within a reasonable time for review at the worksite.

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Damaged, lost or mislaid HSE passports issued by PDO will be replaced on request at cost. This fee is not reimbursable. It will be the individual`s responsibility to have training entries and Institute stamps reinstated by the Approved Training Provider(s), and to meet the cost of their doing so. In cases where an employee changes contract, location or employer, the employee will retain be given the HSE training passport as evidence of personal HSE-SD and DDC training. Employers may not withhold or retain the employee`s HSE training passport under such circumstances.

2.7

HSE Induction

2.7.1 PDO Staff The full HSE Induction course offor PDO staff is to be arranged for the individual`s start date or at the earliest possible opportunity after that. The on-line HSE Induction program for PDO staff must be completed first. This is a site specific induction, conducted by the individual`s supervisor using the pre-prepared program available on-line. http://sww1.pdo.shell.om/dept/cd/csm/blocks/training/hesinduction.asp Prior to the introduction of the e-learning full HSE Induction course, the full HSE Induction course is to be carried out by PDO`s contracted HSE-SD Training Provider. Once the HSE Induction course is available through e-learning on PDO`s intranet, supervisors must ensure the new hire completes the e-learning HSE Induction course. The entire course must be completed on the same day it is started. The knowledge and understanding of the new hire is measured as progress through the course is made, and the results automatically recorded. carried out in-house by the supervisor of the member of staff. The material to be utilised can be found on the HSE Training web site at: http://sww1.pdo.shell.om/dept/cd/csm/blocks/training/hseinduction.asp 2.7.2 Visitors to PDO and it's concession areas. The PDO host for any person visiting for 7 days or less must ensure the visitor(s) receive a site-specific HSE Induction as soon as they arrive on-site. This can be carried out using, as the basis for site specific information, the presentation available from http://sww1.pdo.shell.om/dept/cd/csm/blocks/training/hesinduction.asp For persons visiting or working with or for PDO for more than 7 days, the PDO host must establish if the visitor has attended an equivalent HSE Induction course previously. If not, the full staff HSE Induction course must be attended and an HSE passport issued. If the visitor is already in possession of an HSE passport of a similar type to that used by PDO, the result of the PDO HSE Induction can be recorded in the visitor`s existing HSE passport. On this page there are three different Induction programme covering: Visitors to PDO Operational staff (these will usually be staff who do not have computer access) Supervisory and Management staff (these will usually be people who do have computer access and the process will involve familiarisation with the various sections of the HSE web site(s)

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Once the site-specific on-line HSE Iinduction process has been completed the conducting supervisor or visitor`s host should confirm by filling in an electronic form that is accessible from the same page on the web (click confirm). TheA PDO HSE passport will then automatically be produced by the HSE Training Passport Focal Point within the MSE HLD8 department (currently HLD82) and may be collected by arrangement or sent out to the individual via the internal post. 2.7.2 3 Contractor Staff

There are two levels ofis a single HSE Induction at Operational level and Supervisory course applicable to all staff. and Management level for contractor staff. The process involves attendance on a formal course delivered by a PDO approved Approved training Training providerProvider (ATP). The providers that are approved are shown on the HSE Training web site. The course materials are standardised and provided by PDO although in some cases where approval for local in-house training is in place, the required PDO HSE Induction may form a part of the in-house induction course. All ATPs and contractors Approved to deliver in-house HSE Induction training are required to achieve the PDO training objectives set out in the course specifications by PDO, and it is expected that the majority of delegates will achieve the required competencies at the conclusion of the training. As the HSE courses on the core HSE Learning Ladder are progressive, those that do not achieve competence at the end of any course, will not be permitted to attend any other HSE training courses until they do. Variation of the training materials used is possible by trainers and facilitators, but PDO`s required training outcomes and the competence standard may not be varied. The materials can, however, be added to, in order to take account of company specific competence requirements. Following the HSE Induction training the HSE Training Passport will be issued by the training provider.

2.8

H2S PassPermit

On successful completion of the H2S Awareness and Escape training course attendees will be issued with an H2S PassPermit. This pass permit is essential in order for individuals to gain entry to areas within PDO where there is the potential for hydrogen sulphide gas to be present. These areas are increasing over time. The High Risk Sour version of this course is specifically for staff who are required to work within the exposure zone of sites that are classified as High Risk Sour ­ currently the Greater Birba area. From March 2010 these sites will use different types of H2S Escape equipment (Camlock). Permits gained on this course must be endorsed (HRS).

2.9

Approval Process for Training Course DeliveryApproval

Training Providers (Institutes) or Contractors (in-house training to own staff) seeking approval to provide HSE-SD and or DDC training courses and or assessment must apply to either the PDO HSE (HLD8) or DDC (MSE15) Training Focal Points as appropriate, providing details of the training courses for which approval is requested, the proposed training facilities and personnel proposed to deliver and manage the training. The detail of information required is provided in Appendix One1: Part I - HSE Training Provider Approvals Process, and Part II ­ Defensive Driving. .

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An Approval will last for a maximum of 2 years following the initial approval decision. If the Training Provider (Institute) or contractor providing in-house training wishes to continue delivering PDO programs, they must re-register for an extension of that Approval for a further 2 year period, through HLD8 or MSE15, as appropriate. No reminder for reregistration will be sent by PDO. If approval is granted for to a Training Provider (Institute) and or a Contractor (in-house training to own staff) to deliver HSE-SD and or DDC training then, after initial Approval audits, PDO will periodically inspect carry out a further audit of the Approved Training Provider`s and or Contractor`s facilities, observe the delivery of any HSE-SD training course and audit the quality assurance systems, at least once every year. Ad-hoc inspections of any or all of these elements or part(s) of them may be carried out by PDO at any time. PDO reserves the right to refuse to process any application from any company or contractor desirous of being Approved or re-registered, at any time and without explanation, where it is deemed there is little or no value to PDO`s business interests from processing the application.

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PART II COURSE SPECIFICATIONS PART II A: Core HSE Learning Ladder courses-SD Training Courses

HSE OPERATIONAL LEVEL INDUCTION (Level I)

Module 1 core HSE Learning Ladderfor CONTRACTORS

Course Aims

This course aims: To provide new operational contractor staff with a basic awareness, knowledge and understanding of work within the oil and gas industry related to health, safety, environment and sustainable development issues and provide attendees with an HSE Passport at the conclusion of the course.

Course Objectives

On completion of the course, the traineedelegate will be able to: Describe what is expected of a member of staff in relation to safe behaviours. Demonstrate they can follow the Golden Rules, House Rules and Life Saving Rules State the individual consequences of following the rules, and of not following them. describe Describe what to do in the event of a work site emergency

explain Explain how to summon emergency services

Describe generic hazards to individuals in the industry, associated risks, and demonstrate the use of some of the control measures and recovery measures.

describe generic hazards, associated risks, control measures and recovery measures briefly Briefly explain the challenges of driving and transportation in Oman and the control measures that are in place explain Describe their responsibilities in complying with HSE related policies, procedures and safe systems of work Describeexplain their responsibilities in reporting unsafe acts and conditions, near miss and actual incidents Describe the STOP system and demonstrate their role within it. Demonstrate their ability to carry out an effective safety observation/intervention. Describe and demonstrate the personal health and hygiene behaviours required. Describe the arrangements for reporting sickness or illness. Describe the ways in which individuals can help to protect the environment at work.

Course structure

The objectives will be addressed principally, but not exclusively, in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. PDOs E-Learning HSE Induction course, once available, may not be amended other than by the constructing company.

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Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all newly appointed PDO and contractor operational level Contractor personnel. None N/A 82 hours N/A Arabic, English and Hindi 16 N/ASTOP Observation Cards, Hard hats for traineedelegates

Attendance Pre-requisites: Prior experience: Course Duration: Refresher: Course Language: Maximum Attendees: Equipment Requirements:

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): N/ACoveralls or normal working clothes, safety footwear.

Competence Initial Competence Assessment:

Written,oral and/or /computer-interactive multiple choice questionnaire plus appropriate demonstrated skills covering all of the knowledge objectives (Note: for participants who can not complete the written/computer-interactive assessment, on the grounds of language or literacy, an oral assessment may be substituted). Results will either be competent or not yet competent.

Workplace Competence Assessment (3 months after appointment):

Demonstrated safety behaviours and oral questions in the workplace that confirm the required competencies have been achieved and are being maintained.

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HSE SUPERVISORY CONTRACTORS

&

MANAGEMENT

LEVEL

INDUCTION

for

Course Aims This course aims: To provide new supervisory or management contractor staff with a basic awareness, knowledge and understanding of work related health, safety, environment and sustainable development issues and provide attendees with an HSE Passport at the conclusion of the course.

Course Objectives On completion of the course, the trainee will be able to: describe what to do in the event of a work site emergency explain how to summon emergency services describe generic hazards, associated risks, control measures and recovery measures briefly explain the challenges of driving in Oman and the control measures that are in place explain employees responsibilities in complying with HSE related policies, procedures and safe systems of work explain employees responsibilities in reporting unsafe acts and conditions, near miss and actual incidents describe how to navigate PDO ­ HSE & SD wed sites and open policies, codes of practice; procedures; specifications, guidelines describe the basic elements of the HSE - MS and briefly explain HEMP

Course structure Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be

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augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory Contractor personnel.

for

supervisory

or

management

level

Attendance Pre-requisites: None

Prior experience:

N/A

Course Duration:

3 hours

Refresher:

N/A

Course Language:

Arabic, English and Hindi

Maximum Attendees:

16

Equipment Requirements: N/A

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): N/A

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Competence Assessment: Written/computer-interactive multiple choice questionnaire covering all of the knowledge objectives (Note: for participants who can not complete the written/computer-interactive assessment, on the grounds of language or literacy, an oral assessment may be substituted).

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HSE INDUCTION FOR PDO STAFF

Course Aims

The web based HSE induction course package is intended to be used for all new entrants to PDO premises be they visitors, temporary or permanent members of staff. The aim is to ensure that all are equipped with the minimum information to ensure that they can operate safely during and beyond their early exposure within the PDO environment and provide PDO employees with an HSE Passport at the conclusion of the course.

Course Objectives On completion of the course, visitors will be able to: describe what to do in the event of a work site emergency explain how to summon emergency services identify the work site location of: emergency exits emergency alarm points and lighting assembly points fire extinguishers first aid and medical facilities describe the basic site specific control and recovery measures in place to deal with emergency incidents

In addition operational level PDO staff will be able to: describe the job specific: potential HSE hazards associated risks

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control measures prescribed recovery measures, and explain their role and responsibilities in complying with job specific functional and operational HSE related policies, procedures and safe systems of work reinforcing health and safety at work and protection of the environment

In addition supervisory and management level PDO staff will be able to: demonstrate how to find PDO-HSE related policies, procedures and systems explain how PDO-HSE related policies, procedures and systems support health and safety at work and protection of the environment

Course structure The induction process is web based with the guidance material accessed via the MSE web page by clicking on the PDO - HSE Induction link. The process should be driven by the host or supervisor with the provided series of slides used to guide the process.

Visitors are briefed on the important features of the site in relation to any potential work site emergency and given a brief work site visit or explanation of site to ensure that they are aware of hazards, risks, controls, recovery measures and their responsibilities.

PDO staff members are additionally given more job specific information and supervisory and management staff are also shown the web based HSE and SD information that is available to them.

In the case of PDO staff induction the inducting supervisor completes a short web based form which is electronically submitted to the MSE department focal point for the issue of the HSE Training Passport.

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Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all visitors and staff within PDO

Attendance Pre-requisites: None

Prior experience:

N/A

Course Duration:

Visitors: Staff:

10 ­ 30 minutes 1 ­ 3 hours

Refresher:

N/A

Course Language:

English

Maximum Attendees:

16

Equipment Requirements: PC with live link to PDO web

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

As appropriate to the site

Competence Assessment:

Not assessed

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H2S AWARENESS & ESCAPE (Level I)

Module 2 ­ core HSE Learning Ladder

Course Aims

This is Module 2 on the core HSE Learning Ladder. Its course aims are: To provide knowledge and understanding of the hazards associated with Hydrogen Sulphide gas (H2S) To provide knowledge and understanding of occupational exposure limits To provide knowledge and understanding of the PDO facility classification system in relation to H2S To provide knowledge and understanding of H2S detection and alarm systems in use within PDO operations To provide knowledge, understanding and skill in relation to the actions to be taken during an H2S emergency To provide knowledge, understanding and skill in relation to the use of emergency escape equipment in use within the general PDO community. For those who are to be deployed at the Greater Birba area High Risk Sour (HRS) sites, To to provide knowledge, understanding and skill in relation to the use of Camlock`TM emergency escape equipment, and rig-walkers in use within the PDO HRS community. .

Course Objectives

On completion of the course, the traineedelegate will be able to: Describe the physical properties of H2S. Describe the occupational health effects of H2S exposure. List State the personal and general safety precautions and personal protective equipment required when working in H2S designated areas. Describe emergency escape procedures that must be followed when a personal or facility H2S alarm sounds. Demonstrate an ability to correctly respond to an H2S alarm Demonstrate an ability to correctly don, wear and operate emergency escape equipment, including Camlock`TM equipment for appropriate personnel, in a simulated and/or operational environment.

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. The practical objectives will be addressed utilising a demonstration, imitation and practice methodology within the classroom, enhanced by discussion and/or practice in a simulated (or actual) operational environment.

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Each participant will don an escape set on at least three occasions during the course, excluding the formal practical assessment wear, .using a full facemask and hood mask.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all PDO and Contractor personnel who may enter H2S designated areaswill need to work in the field, plus fire & rescue and medical emergency response staff. A variant of the standard course is delivered for PDO and Contractor staff that are required to work within the exposure zone of a High Risk Sour site in the Greater Birba area, using different equipment (Camlock`TM). Attendance Pre-requisites: HSE Induction Programme Prior experience: With the exception of staff to be deployed at HRS sites, Sstaff who have undergone prior, formal, H2S Awareness and Escape training in another company/country may be preliminarily assessed by their supervisor and, if considered suitable, be entered directly for the Competence Assessment without a the need for the training course. Failure to achieve the required competence will necessitate attendance on the full H2S course. Staff whose role will never require them to enter an H2S designated area, may apply for de-selection. Course Duration: 3 4 hours

RefresherRe-certificationr: Competence Assessment every 3 years with re-attendance on course required only if assessed as Not Yet Competentcompetence assessment is not successful. Course Language: Arabic, English and Hindi 16

Maximum Attendees:

Equipment Requirements: An escape set and personal monitor shall be issued to each individual for the duration of the course. All equipment used shall be fully functional and fit for operational use i.e. without damage and with fully charged air cylinders. Attendees will have the opportunity to experience wearing sets equipped with hoods and masks. At least two additional escape sets will be provided to facilitate changes during the course. Cleaning/disinfecting solutions will be available to ensure cleanliness of all equipment. Either all or the majority of escape sets used shall be Dräger or an equivalent product with the precise breakdown of manufacturers of sets used to be agreed with the Company. All escape sets used shall conform to British Standard BS 4667 Part 4 "Specification for Open

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Circuit Escape Breathing Apparatus", or be approved jointly by the Mines Safety and Health Administration and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (MSHA/NIOSH). Once Camlock`TM masks have been introduced in the field (March 2010), traineedelegates required to work in the Greater Birba Area HRS sites must be trained using Camlock`TM equipment. Either all or the majority of personal monitors used shall be BW Technologies Gas Alert Extreme or an equivalent product with the precise breakdown of manufacturers of sets used to be agreed with the Company.

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Minimum PPE of overalls, safety shoes and hard hat shall be required by, and shall be provided by all attendees.

Competence Assessment

Knowledge/understanding Written/computer-interactive or oral multiple choice questionnaire covering all of the knowledge objectives (Note: for participants who can not complete the written/computerinteractive assessment, on the grounds of language or literacy, an oral assessment may be substituted). Practical Appropriate response to a simulated emergency in a simulated or an actual operational area, including donning the escape equipment correctly and taking the first breath within 7 seconds of the alarm. Results from both written, oral and practical elements shall be either competent or not yet competent.

Refresher Re-certification Assessment

Three (3) years after the initial course there will be a Competence Assessment consisting of: Oral assessment of knowledge covering all of the knowledge objectives Practical demonstration of the ability to correctly don the same escape equipment as trained on initially within 7 seconds of an H2S alarm An explanation of the procedure to be followed when escaping from an operational area in the event of an emergency. It is expected that the duration of the assessment will be a maximum of 30 minutes and although a simulated and/or operational environment is desirable, it is not essential. Staff deemed to be Not Yet Competentwho are not successful at this assessment will be required to attend and pass the full three hour course prior to re-certification.

Certification

On successful completion of the course participants will be issued with an H 2S Awareness and Escape permit with a validity of three years and their HSE Training Passports endorsed by the issuing instructor and stamped with the PDO approved training provider stamp. Staff trained on Camlock`TM equipment on the HRS version of this course, will have their permit endorsed (HRS) by the Training Provider at time of issue.

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INITIAL FIRE RESPONSE (Level I)

Module 3 - core HSE Learning Ladder

Course Aims

This course is Module 3 on the core HSE Learning Ladder. The course aims are: To provide basic awareness and understanding of the role and responsibilities of a Fire Warden, To provide basic knowledge and understanding of the methods used to efficiently control the evacuation of personnel from a building To provide basic knowledge and understanding of the emergency procedures to be followed in the event of, discovering a fire, or a fire alarm sounding To provide knowledge and understanding of the classifications of fire To provide knowledge and understanding of the types of fire extinguishers and fire blankets available and skill in their use

Course Objectives

On completion of the course the traineedelegate will be able to: Describe in simple terms, the role, responsibilities and accountabilities of a Fire Warden and the emergency procedures for efficiently evacuating personnel from a building wing or zone. Describe in simple terms, the safety procedures and safety checks of a fire warden that should be observed when personnel are evacuating a building wing or zone. Describe the emergency procedures to be followed in the event of discovering or being warned of a fire Identify portable fire extinguishers by reference to the international colour coding systems, and/or label description. Describe which type of portable fire extinguisher is suitable for extinguishing Class A, B, C and D fires. Demonstrate the correct procedures for operating portable fire extinguishers on Class A and B fires. Demonstrate the correct procedure for smothering a simulated fire using a fire blanket

Course Structure

Theoretical objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. Theoretical perspectives of construction and method of operation of fire blankets and water, foam, dry powder and CO 2 extinguishers will be addressed in the classroom environment prior to the external practical training. The practical objectives related to use of extinguishers and fire blankets will be addressed utilising a demonstration, imitation and practice methodology in a controlled practical environment in which real fires will be extinguished using the prescribed fire extinguishers.

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Note: During the practical session each attendee will: Actuate or use each of the four designated types of extinguishers i.e. water, foam, dry powder, CO2 and a fire blanket Tackle both Class A and Class B real fires The DVD training film Extinguishing Fires at Work` from the Fire Protection Association, UK (or a Company approved alternative) will be used as an aid in the training.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all PDO and Contractor staff. Attendance Pre-requisites: HSE Induction Programme Prior experience: Staff who have undergone prior, formal Initial Fire Response training, in another company/country may be preliminarily assessed by their supervisor and, if considered suitable, entered directly for the Competence Assessment without a need for the training course. Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: 4 hours 16

Refresher: Competence Assessment every 3 years with re-attendance on course required only if assessed as Not Yet Competent. Course Language: Arabic, English and Hindi

Equipment /Resource Requirements: Purpose made fire training area equipped with a crib (Class A fire) and an oil tray (Class B fire) should be available along with sufficient numbers of fire extinguishers and fire blankets for the practical session. The following minimum safety measures will be implemented: A wet, pressurised hose reel will be available, run out adjacent to the fire base and capable of dealing with an emergency. The instructor will wear safety equipment consisting of fire resistant: helmet, visor, gloves, boots and overalls. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Minimum PPE of overalls, safety shoes, hard hat and gloves shall be required by, and shall be provided by all attendees.

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DEALING WITH HAZARDS & RISKS (Level I)

Module 4 ­ core HSE Learning Ladder (non-supervisory staff)

Course Aims

This is Module 4 on the core HSE Learning Ladder for non-supervisory staff. The course aims are:

To provide knowledge and understanding to enable delegates to identify the most common hazards and risks in the workplace. To provide knowledge and understanding related to the use of the Permit to Work System, TRIC cards, Tool box talks, the STOPTM system, generic and dynamic risk assessment. To provide an opportunity for identifying and developing safe behaviours at work.

Course Objectives

On completion of the course the traineedelegate will be able to: Explain any of PDO`s Golden Rules, House Rules and Life Saving Rules 100% accurately. Explain who is authorised to stop unsafe work, when and why. State at least 6 HSE Tools available for use to control hazards and risks in the workplace. Demonstrate your ability to recognise safe and unsafe activities, using photographs, simulations or real situations. Explain what must be done after any safety observation / intervention. Using photographs, simulations or real situations identify six common workplace hazards to be found in the oil & gas industry. Correctly quantify risk using a risk matrix. Demonstrate you can identify the PPE that needs to be worn for a specified workplace activity from photographs, simulations or real situations. Explain the purpose of barriers or controls in relation to incidents. Demonstrate you are able to identify the common hazards and required controls associated with working at heights, entering or working in confined spaces, dealing with high pressures, lifting and handling, working with chemicals and radiation from photographs, simulations or real situations. State the four key people in PDO`s Permit to Work system. State the two kinds of permit to work that may be used, and which is used for higher risk areas. Explain the purpose of and what should be included in a Tool Box Talk, and your role within it. Demonstrate your ability to use a TRIC card, identify an effective Tool Box Talk, can participate in it and respond to changing conditions in the correct way. Explain your role in PDO`s STOPTM system.

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom and workplace environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

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Knowledge and understanding will be applied during practical applications of the topic areas of the course.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for newly appointed PDO and PDO contractor non-supervisory staff. Attendance Pre-requisites: Employed pre 1st September 2009 - HSE Induction Employed post 31st August 2009 ­ HSE Induction course, H2S and IFR. Not applicable 8 hours 16 Not applicable English, Arabic, Hindi

Prior Experience: Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: Refresher: Course Language: Competence Assessment

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaires covering all of the knowledge objectives. Practical Practical exercises will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are fully and actively involved including the de-briefs. Individually produced documentation will be retained as evidence of completion of the exercises. Results will be recorded as either competent or not yet competent.

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HSE Tools & Skills (Level II)

Module 4 ­ core HSE Learning Ladder (all supervisory staff)

Course Aims

This is Module 4 on the core HSE Learning Ladder for Supervisory staff. The course aims are: To enable attendees to act as a team member in the application of the Hazards and Effects Management Process (HEMP) at the task level To provide knowledge, understanding and skill related to the process of conducting a JHA on an existing task or prior to a task, at the planning stage To provide knowledge, understanding and skill related to the process of reviewing and updating JHA`s at the completion stage of a task To provide knowledge, understanding and skill related to the completion of a JHA worksheet for a simulated operational tasks To provide knowledge, understanding and skill related to the use of the Permit to Work System, TRIC cards, Tool box talks, the STOP TM system, generic and dynamic risk

assessment To provide knowledge and understanding to enable delegates to identify the common hazards and required controls associated with working at heights, entering or working in confined spaces, dealing with high pressures, lifting and handling, and working with chemicals and radiation.

Course Objectives

On completion of the course the traineedelegate will be able to: Describe the process of using direct observation when conducting a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA). Describe the process of using recall and check techniques when conducting a JHA. As a part of a team - complete a JHA for a simulated workplace activity using the technique of group discussion As a part of a team - carry out an evaluation of existing engineering and administrative controls from a previous JHA. Complete a JHA worksheet in respect of a simulated workplace activity Explain any of PDO`s Golden Rules, House Rules and Life Saving Rules 100% accurately. Explain who is authorised to stop unsafe work, when and why. State at least 6 HSE Tools available for use to control hazards and risks in the workplace. Demonstrate your ability to recognise safe and unsafe activities, using photographs, simulations or real situations. Explain what must be done after any safety observation / intervention. Using photographs, simulations or real situations identify six common workplace hazards to be found in the oil & gas industry. Correctly quantify risk using a risk matrix. Demonstrate you can identify the PPE that needs to be worn for a specified workplace activity from photographs, simulations or real situations. Explain the purpose of barriers or controls in relation to incidents. Demonstrate you are able to identify the common hazards and required controls associated with working at heights, entering or working in confined spaces, dealing

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with high pressures, lifting and handling, working with chemicals and radiation from photographs, simulations or real situations. State the four key people in PDO`s Permit to Work system. State the two kinds of permit to work that may be used, and which is used for higher risk areas. State the four principal areas of consideration that must be included in a HEMP. Demonstrate the use of the five key means of controlling hazards during a JHA Demonstrate the use of generic and dynamic risk assessment during the preparation and delivery of a TBT. Explain the purpose of and what should be included in a Tool Box Talk, and your role within it. Demonstrate your ability to use a TRIC card, identify an effective Tool Box Talk, can participate in it and respond to changing conditions in the correct way. Explain your role in PDO`s STOPTM system.

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom and workplace environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. Knowledge and understanding will be applied during practical applications of the topic areas of the course.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for PDO and PDO contractor Supervisory staff. Compulsory for Permit to Work Holder or Signatory course applicants. Attendance Pre-requisites: Employed pre 1st September 2009 - HSE Induction, minimum of 3 months working in PDO`s concession area. Employed post 31st August 2009 ­ HSE Induction course, H2S and IFR. Not applicable 16 hours 16 Not applicable English, Arabic, Hindi

Prior Experience: Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: Refresher: Course Language:

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Competence Assessment Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaires covering all of the knowledge objectives. Practical The practical team exercises will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are fully and actively involved including the de-briefs. Individually produced documentation will be retained as evidence of completion of the exercises. Results will be recorded as either competent or not yet competent.

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COACHING, MENTORING & COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT (Level II)

Module 5 ­ core HSE Learning Ladder (all supervisory staff)

Course Aims

This is Module 5 on the core HSE Learning Ladder for supervisory staff, i.e. supervisors, managers and executives. The course aims are to: · Develop an awareness and understanding of coaching, and mentoring that, when used by supervisory staff, can improve the HSE competence of the workforce. · Develop skills that enable observation and assessment of staff in the work place against pre-defined core HSE competence criteria. · Develop skills that enable supervisory staff to identify competence gaps in staff they supervise and address them through coaching and mentoring.

Course Objectives

On completion of the course, the delegates will be able to: State the role of a coach, mentor and assessor. Explain the benefits to candidates, coaches, assessors and company of core HSE competence coaching and assessment. Explain how coaching and assessment of core HSE competence complements core HSE training. Explain the four levels of core HSE competency that can be achieved within the PDO competence system. Demonstrate you consistently apply the See-Hear-Feel-Do and active listening behavioural models during coaching and assessment sessions whether simulated or in the work place. Demonstrate you can carry out an effective core HSE coaching session, during simulation or in the work place. Demonstrate you can carry out a core HSE assessment observation against a competency statement, during simulations or in the work place. Demonstrate you can carry out an objective assessment of three different evidence types against the CaRS model, in respect of core HSE competence requirements. Demonstrate you can coach a candidate towards acquiring and recording sufficient evidence that will be accepted in the core HSE competence assessment process. Demonstrate you can provide quality feedback to a candidate, coach or assessor after a core HSE coaching or assessment session. Demonstrate you can make a correct validation decision about a core HSE assessment already carried out by another assessor, from the evidence records provided. Demonstrate your ability to recognise safe and unsafe activities and conditions, PPE requirements, hazards and risks as part of a core HSE coaching or assessment session involving a safety observation, intervention and completion that uses the STOPTM system, during simulations, role play or real situations in the work place.

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom and workplace environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

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Acquired knowledge and understanding will be demonstrated by delegates during practical applications of the topic areas of the course.

Competence Assessment

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom and workplace environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. Acquired knowledge and understanding will be demonstrated by delegates during practical applications of the topic areas of the course.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for newly appointed PDO and PDO contractor supervisory staff. Attendance Pre-requisites: Employed pre 1st September 2009 - HSE Induction Employed post 31st August 2009 ­ HSE Induction course, H2S and IFR, HSE Tools & Skills, Defensive Driving course(s) where required as part of the delegate`s role. Not applicable 8 hours 16 Not applicable English, Arabic, Hindi

Prior Experience: Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: Refresher: Course Language: Competence Assessment

Knowledge, understanding and Practical Formative assessments through participation and demonstration of the acquired knowledge and understanding during workshop role plays and simulations. Oral assessment of other areas of the syllabus. Results will be recorded as either competent or not yet competent.

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How to select the correct Safety Leadership Course

Are you a member of the companys board or most senior management team? NO YES You are an Executive Leader, and need to attend the Executive Safety Leadership workshop.

Are you a direct adviser on strategic issues, and a deputy to someone in the box above?

YES

NO

Are you supervising the work of two or more other managers in the workplace?

YES

You are a senior manager You need to attend the Safety Leadership for Managers course. You are a manager

NO

Are you supervising the work of two or more people who are either managers or supervisors in the workplace? NO

YES

Are you supervising the work of at least two other people in the workplace?

YES

You need to attend the Safety Leadership for st 1 line Supervisors course.

NO

You do not need to attend a Safety Leadership course.

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR FIRST LINE SUPERVISORS (Level II)

Module 6 ­ core HSE Learning Ladder (1st line Supervisors)

Course Aims

This course is the final module of the core HSE Learning Ladder for First line Supervisors. The aims of the course are: To enable Safety Leaders to create an environment in which safe behaviours are promoted and unsafe acts challenged, achieved through: · Exploring what safety means in practice, for the supervisor and the team · Understanding what Safety Leadership means to you ­ the first line supervisor. · Considering how to change your behaviour around safety in the future · Learning how to influence the safety behaviours of others. · Recognising and managing risks in the workplace.

Course Structure

The course is an interactive workshop in which all delegates are required to fully participate. Delegates will often be placed into their personal discomfort zone to promote learning. Delegates are required to work throughout the workshop; to produce personal, group and collective answers to questions posed and to prepare and commit to their Personal Action Plan (PAP) at the end of the workshop, against which they will be held to account. Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a workshop environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the facilitator to cater for the aptitude of the attendees. The practical objectives will be covered using site visits to actual or simulated workplaces and using simulated incident scenarios and role playing techniques.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all PDO or Contractor first line Supervisors before being allocated direct responsibility for supervision. Note: In this specification first line supervisor` means any staff member with supervisory responsibility over 2 or more workers e.g. foreman, charge hand, team leader, supervisor, who is not a manager, senior manager or executive leader. Attendance Pre-requisites: First line supervisors employed after August 2009 - Core HSE Learning Ladder courses First line supervisors employed before September 2009 ­ HSE Induction, JHA or HSE Tools & Skills. Prior Experience: None Course Duration: 3 days

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Minimum/Maximum Attendees: Refresher:

15 / 30 Not applicable ­ continuous workplace assessments by supervisor to ensure required safe behaviours are being maintained. English, Arabic, Hindi

Course Language:

Course Objectives On completion of the workshop the delegate will have been able to:

Demonstrate, by what you do, that you accept accountability for your own actions and of those you supervise, and you can properly and appropriately delegate safety responsibility to others, before, during and after a work task, and you use appropriate supervision to ensure the required safety behaviours are used. Demonstrate you communicate safety effectively by applying and sharing communications tools (e.g. See-Hear-Feel-Do; Ask-listen-validate; seeking feedback) and by using the most appropriate style of leadership for each situation that achieves the intended and sustained safety behaviour in others. Demonstrate your ability to use effectively Hazard Awareness & Risk Assessment, TRIC cards, Tool Box Talks, STOP interventions & audits and/or any other appropriate HSE tools and skills, e.g. `A-B-C' to recognise safe initiatives on the part of yourself and others, and to prevent or stop unsafe work, by intervening effectively before, during and after work tasks have commenced. Demonstrate your ability to effectively use interpersonal tools and skills such as the See-Hear-Feel-Do model, Active Listening, coaching etc to achieve a progressive and sustained improvement in the safety behaviour, competence and performance of others in the workplace. Prepare and carry out an effective personal safety action plan that specifies what you are going to improve, how you will improve it, when you will achieve it, how you will follow-through your actions to final closure, and specifies a named individual who will hold you to account for your plan being achieved. Demonstrate that you measure the impact you have on others' safety behaviours in the workplace, by actively seeking feedback from your specified nominee, peers and those you work with that your personal safety action plan is being carried out, and as a result the impact you have had on others' safety behaviours in the workplace is positive, and as intended.

Competence Assessments

Workshop facilitators will be constantly carrying our formative assessments of individual delegate performance against the course objectives. At the end of the workshop, the facilitator will be able to complete a summative assessment of each delegate against the course competency requirements (the objectives statements). Assessment results will be recorded as either competent or not yet competent. Delegates who are unable to achieve competency after coaching, will be required to re-attend the workshop in full. Knowledge and understanding The knowledge and understanding elements of the workshop are assessed through formative assessment by the facilitator of the individual's participation and contribution to workshop tasks.

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Practical The practical elements of the workshop are assessed through formative assessments by the facilitator of the individual's participation and contribution to all of the practical tasks presented, and the manner in which outcomes of those tasks are dealt with.

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR MANAGERS & SENIOR MANAGERS (Level II)

Module 6 ­ core HSE Learning Ladder (Managers & Senior Managers)

Aims

This course is the final module of the core HSE Learning Ladder for Managers and Senior Managers. The aims of the course are: To enable Safety Leaders to create an environment in which safe behaviours are promoted and unsafe acts challenged, achieved through: · Exploring what having "safety as a value means in practice, for managers and their team · Increased understanding of Safety Leadership and the expectations of Safety Leaders · Considering how to effectively adapt behaviour around safety in the future · Concluding on the appropriate level of leadership influence around safety within the workplace and agreeing Individual actions to achieve it

Course Structure

The course is an interactive workshop in which all delegates are required to fully participate. Delegates will often be placed into their personal discomfort zone to promote learning. Delegates are required to work throughout the workshop; to produce personal, group and collective answers to questions posed and to prepare and commit to their Personal Action Plan (PAP) at the end of the workshop, against which they will be held to account. Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a workshop environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the facilitator to cater for the aptitude of the attendees. The practical objectives will be covered using site visits to actual or simulated workplaces and using simulated incident scenarios and role playing techniques.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all PDO or Contractor Mangers & Senior Managers before being allocated direct responsibility for supervision. Note: In this specification manager` and senior manager` means any staff member, who is not a first line supervisor` or executive leader`, and who has supervisory responsibility over 2 or more supervisory staff, and/or teams exceeding 20 persons in number. Attendance Pre-requisites: Managers or senior managers employed after 31 August 2009 - Core HSE Learning Ladder courses Mangers or senior managers employed before 1 September 2009 ­ HSE Induction, JHA or HSE Tools & Skills. Prior Experience: Not Applicable Course Duration: 2 days

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Minimum/Maximum Attendees: Refresher:

15/30 Not applicable ­ continuous workplace assessments by supervisor to ensure required safe behaviours are being maintained. English, Arabic, Hindi

Course Language:

Course Objectives

Demonstrate, by what you do, that you accept accountability for your own actions and of those you supervise, and you can properly and appropriately delegate safety responsibility to others, before, during and after a work task, and you use appropriate supervision to ensure the required safety behaviours are used. Demonstrate you communicate safety effectively by applying and sharing communications tools (e.g. See-Hear-Feel-Do; Ask-listen-validate; seeking feedback) and by using the most appropriate style of leadership for each situation that achieves the intended and sustained safety behaviour in others. Demonstrate your ability to use effectively Hazard Awareness & Risk Assessment, TRIC cards, Tool Box Talks, STOP interventions & audits and/or any other appropriate HSE tools and skills, e.g. A-B-C` to recognise safe initiatives on the part of yourself and others, and to prevent or stop unsafe work, by intervening effectively before, during and after work tasks have commenced. Demonstrate your ability to effectively use interpersonal tools and skills such as the See-Hear-Feel-Do model, Active Listening, coaching etc to achieve a progressive and sustained improvement in the safety behaviour, competence and performance of others in the workplace. Prepare and carry out an effective personal safety action plan that specifies what you are going to improve, how you will improve it, when you will achieve it, how you will follow-through your actions to final closure, and specifies a named individual who will hold you to account for your plan being achieved. Demonstrate that you measure the impact you have on others` safety behaviours in the workplace, by actively seeking feedback from your specified nominee, peers and those you work with that your personal safety action plan is being carried out, and as a result the impact you have had on others` safety behaviours in the workplace is positive, and as intended.

Competence Assessments

Workshop facilitators will be constantly carrying our formative assessments of individual delegate performance against the course objectives. At the end of the workshop, the facilitator will be able to complete a summative assessment of each delegate against the course competency requirements (the objectives statements). Assessment results will be recorded as either competent or not yet competent. Delegates who are unable to achieve competency after coaching, will be required to re-attend the workshop in full.

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Knowledge and understanding The knowledge and understanding elements of the workshop are assessed through formative assessment by the facilitator of the individual`s participation and contribution to workshop tasks. Practical The practical elements of the workshop are assessed through formative assessments by the facilitator of the individual`s participation and contribution to all of the practical tasks presented, and the manner in which outcomes of those tasks are dealt with.

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SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR EXECUTIVES (Level II)

Module 6 ­ core HSE Learning Ladder (Executives)

Aims

This course is module 6, the final module of the core HSE Learning Ladder for Executive Leaders. The aims of the course are: To enable Safety Leaders to create an environment in their company in which safe behaviours are promoted and unsafe acts challenged, achieved through: · A clear understanding of the role that Executive Leaders play in creating a safe working environment. · Understanding for and commitment to the Safety Leadership Program. · A personal commitment to leading on Safety Excellence in their company.

Course Structure

The course is an interactive workshop, run directly by PDO, in which all delegates are required to fully participate. It is deliberately fast paced, reflecting the cognitive abilities of Executives to grasp and act upon concepts, to be time efficient. Delegates will often be placed into their personal discomfort zone to promote learning. Delegates are required to work throughout the workshop; to produce personal, group and collective answers to questions posed and to prepare and commit to their Personal Action Plan (PAP) at the end of the workshop, against which they will be held to account. Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a workshop environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the facilitator to cater for the aptitude of the attendees. The practical objectives will be covered using site visits to actual or simulated workplaces and using simulated incident scenarios and role playing techniques.

Planning Information

Target Population: Mandatory for all PDO or Contractor Executive leaders as early as possible and at least within 3 months of appointment at executive level. Important Note: In this specification executive leader` means any staff member who acts as a member of the company`s most senior management team or board, or who directly advises on strategic matters to a member of that management team or board, and who is not a first line supervisor`, manager` or senior manager`. Attendance Pre-requisites: Executives employed after 31st August 2009 - Core HSE Learning Ladder courses for Executives. Executives employed before 1st September 2009 ­ HSE Induction, Job Hazard Analysis or HSE Tools & Skills. Prior Experience: Not Applicable Course Duration: 1 day

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Maximum Attendees: Refresher: Course Language:

100 Not applicable English

Course Objectives

Demonstrate, by what you do, that you accept the case for change, share the corporate vision of it, have understood the challenge it represents by offering solutions for building the capability for change and sustaining the required safety behaviours at all levels within your company. Demonstrate by what you do, accountability for your own actions and of those you supervise, you can properly and appropriately delegate safety responsibility to others, before, during and after a work task, and you use appropriate supervision to ensure the required safety behaviours are used. Demonstrate you communicate safety effectively by applying and sharing communications tools (e.g. See-Hear-Feel-Do; Ask-listen-validate; seeking feedback) and by using the most appropriate style of leadership for each situation that achieves the intended and sustained safety behaviour in others. Demonstrate your ability to use effectively Hazard Awareness & Risk Assessment, TRIC cards, Tool Box Talks, STOP interventions & audits and/or any other appropriate HSE tools and skills, e.g. A-B-C` to recognise safe initiatives on the part of yourself and others, and to prevent or stop unsafe work, by intervening effectively before, during and after work tasks have commenced. Demonstrate your ability to effectively use interpersonal tools and skills such as the See-Hear-Feel-Do model, Active Listening, coaching etc to achieve a progressive and sustained improvement in the safety behaviour, competence and performance of others in the workplace. Prepare and carry out an effective personal safety action plan that specifies what you are going to improve, how you will improve it, when you will achieve it, how you will follow-through your actions to final closure, and specifies a named individual who will hold you to account for your plan being achieved. Demonstrate that you measure the impact you have on others` safety behaviours in the workplace, by actively seeking feedback from your specified nominee, peers and those you work with that your personal safety action plan is being carried out, and as a result the impact you have had on others` safety behaviours in the workplace is positive, and as intended.

Competence Assessments

Workshop facilitators will be constantly carrying out formative assessments of individual delegate performance against the course objectives. At the end of the workshop, the facilitator will be able to complete a summative assessment of each delegate against the course competency requirements (the objectives statements). Assessment results will be recorded as either competent or not yet competent. Delegates who are unable to achieve competency after coaching, will be required to re-attend the workshop in full.

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Knowledge and understanding The knowledge and understanding elements of the workshop are assessed through formative assessment by the facilitator of the individual`s participation and contribution to workshop tasks. Practical The practical elements of the workshop are assessed through formative assessments by the facilitator of the individual`s participation and contribution to all of the practical tasks presented, and the manner in which outcomes of those tasks are dealt with.

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PART II B: Other Level I Mandated HSE-SD Courses

FIRE WARDENS (Level I)

Course Aims The course covers: the role and responsibilities of a Fire Warden, the methods used to efficiently control the evacuation of personnel from a building, and PDO`s emergency procedures in the event of discovering a fire and in the event of a fire alarm sounding. Planning Information Target Population: Attendance Pre-requisites: Course Duration: Refresher: Course Language: Compulsory for PDO and Contractor personnel who have been designated as a Fire Warden. Completion of core HSE Learning Ladder Verified and confirmed achievement of core HSE competence Initial Fire Response Course 4 hours No English, Arabic and Hindi

Minimum Course Competency Standards On completion of the course, the competencies shall include, but not be limited to, the delegate being able to: Describe the role, responsibilities and accountabilities of a Fire Warden and the emergency procedures for efficiently evacuating personnel from a building wing or zone. Describe the safety procedures and safety checks of a fire warden that should be observed when personnel are evacuating a building wing or zone. Demonstrate as a member of a team their ability to effectively participate in a building evacuation during an emergency. Course Competency Assessment At the completion of the course, attendees will be required to undertake a classroom-based assessment created against the course competencies. The classroom assessment shall be suitable for the level of formal education and language skills of the target audience. Course Certification N/A

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GAS TESTING BASIC (Level I) Course Aims

The course aims: To provide knowledge and understanding of the types of gas testing equipment used within PDO operations To provide knowledge, understanding and skill in relation to the general principles, procedures and methods for conducting gas tests utilising equipment commonly found within PDO and the different sampling scenarios likely to be encountered. To provide knowledge and understanding of the hazards associated with toxic, flammable, oxygen deficient and oxygen enriched atmospheres, To provide knowledge and understanding of the occupational health effects of exposure to hydrocarbons (including the Narcotic effect), Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Oxygen (O2) and Nitrogen (N).

Course Objectives

On completion of the course the traineedelegate will be able to: Identify and list the types of gas testing equipment used within PDO. Demonstrate the correct preparation, usage and testing of a Dräger Gas Detector pump and tube Demonstrate the correct preparation, usage and testing of at least one example of a multiple gas tester currently in use within PDO Demonstrate the correct understanding and testing for hydrocarbons in an inert atmosphere, and the correct equipment to be used. Note the difference in measurement technique to that of measuring hydrocarbons in air. Demonstrate knowledge of the correct equipment to be used. Describe Describe how to carry out gas tests for flammable atmosphere, toxic atmosphere and oxygen using some of the gas-testing equipment used within PDO. Demonstrate the techniques to be used for gas testing in a simulated operational environment

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. The practical objectives will be addressed utilising a demonstration, imitation and practice methodology within the classroom, augmented by discussion and/or practice in a simulated (or actual) operational environment. Each participant will: Complete a full cycle of operating procedure of a Dräger Pump including the fitting, removal and disposal of at least one glass tube

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Experience the operating procedure of at least one example of an electronic multi` monitor (i.e. one which tests for multiple gases)

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for PDO and Contractor personnel designated as Gas Testers. Attendance Pre-requisites: 3 months employment within PDO`s concession area, unless a Step-Out has been granted. HSE Induction Programme Verified core HSE competence has been achieved. HSE Induction

Staff employed after 31 August 2009 : H2S Awareness and EscapeCore HSE Learning Ladder Staff employed before 1st September 2009:

Prior experience: Staff members who have undergone prior, formal, gas testing training in another company/country may be preliminarily assessed by their supervisor and, if considered suitable, be entered directly for the Competence Assessment without a need for the training course. Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: 3 hours 16

RefresherRe-certification: Competence Assessment every 3 years with re-attendance on course required only if unsuccessful on assessmented as Not Yet Competent. Course Language: English

Equipment Requirements: Dräger pump with sufficient glass tubes for each attendee to carry out the full operating procedure at least once. At least one, fully functional example of an electronic multiple gas detector, along with pictorial images of some alternative models typically found within PDO environment e.g. Impact Pro, Dräger Multi Warn. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Minimum PPE of overalls, safety shoes and hard hat shall be required by, and shall be provided by all attendees.

Competence Assessment

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Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaires covering all of the knowledge objectives. Practical The practical usage of the gas testing equipment will be utilised used as formative assessment sessions and it will be ensured that all attendees are actively involved in the use of the equipment, the process of gas testing in the simulated or actual operational environment and the de-briefs associated with all activities. Results from both written, oral and practical elements shall be either competent or not yet competent.

Refresher Re-certification Assessment

Three (3) years after the initial course there will be a Competence Assessment consisting of: Oral assessment covering all of the knowledge objectives that shall include description of techniques used for gas tests in a practical environment Practical usage of a Dräger pump (a complete cycle of operation with at least one glass tube) and a multi` monitor in simulated gas tests It is expected that the duration of the assessment will be a maximum of 30 minutes and although a simulated and/or operational environment is desirable, it is not essential. Staff deemed to be Not Yet Competentunsuccessful at this assessment will be required to attend and pass the full three hour course prior to re-certification.

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SELF CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (Level I)

The variant of this course for staff to be deployed at High Risk Sour sites in the Greater Birba area, will use Camlock`TM equipment.

Course Aims

The course aims: To provide knowledge, understanding and skills in the basic use and testing of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) To provide knowledge, understanding and skills in basic rescue techniques both individually and as a team member whilst wearing SCBA To provide an awareness of the similarities and differences of SCBA compared to Supplied Air Breathing Apparatus (SABA) To provide refresher knowledge and understanding of the hazards associated with entry into a confined space To provide knowledge and understanding of the controls that apply to confined space entry To provide knowledge and understanding of the responsibilities of attendants and entrants in relation to a confined space entry To provide an awareness of the responsibilities of supervisorss in relation to a confined space entry To provide an awareness of the factors to be considered in planningthe formulation aof rescue plans related to from a confined space. entry

Course Objectives

On completion of the course, the traineedelegate will be able to: Demonstrate the basic pre/post usage inspection and testing SCBA. Demonstrate the ability to confidently wear SCBA during simulated routine operations. Demonstrate the ability to confidently wear SCBA during non-routine activities (i.e. working at height and working in darkness). Demonstrate the ability to carry out a basic simulated single-handed rescue, and as a member of a team, a basic rescue of a co-worker/training dummy`. Demonstrate the ability, as a member of a team, to carry out a basic rescue of a coworker/dummy whilst wearing SCBA in a simulated operational environment Describe the basic similarities and differences of SCBA compared to SABA. Describe the hazards associated with working in a confined space Describe and demonstrate the necessary controls associated with a confined space entry Describe the responsibilities of the key personnel involved in a confined space entry Describe the basic key factors to be considered in the formulation of rescue plans related toplanning a rescue from a confined space and demonstrate their use during a simulated rescue.e entry As a team member participate in the planning and execution of a confined space entry in a simulated operational environment

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Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising using the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. The practical objectives will be addressed utilising using a demonstration, imitation and practice methodology within the classroom, augmented by discussion and/or practice in a simulated (or actual) operational environment. Each participant will carry out a don/wear/doff session in the class room, followed by at least two practical wearing exercises in a purpose built SCBA training facility.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all PDO and Contractor personnel who are required to use SCBA for gas testing, during operational activities or in operational emergencies, excluding Fire & Rescue Service personnel who must attend and successfully complete a dedicated, specialist SCBA course for RFFS personnel. . Attendance Pre-requisites: months employment within PDO`s concession area, unless a Step-Out has been granted. Supervisors must confirm nominees are physically fit and not suffering from claustrophobia or fear of heights. Ability to read a SCBA pressure gauge without the use of spectacles. Staff employed after 31 August 2009 : Core HSE Learning Ladder Verified core HSE competence has been achieved. Staff employed before 1st September 2009: HSE Induction HSE Induction Programme Staff must be physically fit and not suffer from claustrophobia or have a fear of heights. Prior experience: Staff members who have undergone prior, formal SCBA and confined space entry training, in another company/country may be preliminarily assessed by their supervisor and, if considered suitable, entered directly for the Refresher competence Assessment without a need for the training course. Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: 8 hours 12

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RefresherRe-certification: Competence Assessment every 3 years with re-attendance on course required only if unsuccessful in the competence assessment.ed as Not Yet Competent. Course Language: Arabic, English and Hindi

Equipment/Resource Requirements: An SCBA set will be issued to each individual for the duration of the course. The practical wearing will be done in the controlled environment of a purpose built SCBA training facility A realistic (weight and dimensions) dummy will be provided for confined space rescue purposes. All equipment used shall be fully functional and fit for operational use i.e. without damage and with fully charged air cylinders. Either all or the majority of SCBA sets used shall be Dräger or an equivalent product with the precise breakdown of manufacturers of sets used to be agreed with the Company. All sets used shall conform to British Standard BS 4667 Part 2 or be approved jointly by the Mines Safety and Health Administration and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (MSHA/NIOSH). Once Camlock`TM masks and hoods have been introduced, (March 2010) one shall be made available for use by staff likely to work at any high risk sour site.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Minimum PPE of overalls, safety shoes, hard hat and gloves shall be required by, and shall be provided by all attendees.

Competence Assessment:

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive multiple choice questionnaire covering all of the knowledge objectives (Note: for participants who can not complete the written/computer-interactive assessment, on the grounds of language or literacy, an oral assessment may be substituted). Practical Carry out a series of tasks involving work at height, in a confined space and in the dark. Carry out a single handed, and team rescue of a co-worker/training dummy` in a simulated operational environment Results from both written, oral and practical elements shall be either competent or not yet competent. Participate in a rescue of a co-worker/dummy as a part of a team

Refresher Re-certification Assessment

Three (3) years after the initial course there will be a Competence Assessment consisting of: o Oral assessment of knowledge covering all of the knowledge objectives o Carry out a series of tasks involving work at height, in a confined space and in the dark. o Carry out a single handed rescue of a co-worker/dummy in a simulated operational environment

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It is expected that the duration of this assessment will be a maximum of 60 minutes. Staff deemed to be unsuccessfulNot Competent at this assessment will be required to attend and pass the full eight hour course prior to re-certification.

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INITIAL FIRE RESPONSE

Course Aims

The course aims: To provide knowledge and responsibilities of a Fire Warden, understanding of the role and

To provide knowledge and understanding of the methods used to efficiently control the evacuation of personnel from a building To provide knowledge and understanding of the emergency procedures to be followed in the event of, discovering a fire, or a fire alarm sounding fire To provide knowledge and understanding of the classifications of

To provide knowledge and understanding of the types of fire extinguishers and fire blankets available and skill in their use

Course Objectives

On completion of the course the trainee will be able to: Describe the role, responsibilities and accountabilities of a Fire Warden and the emergency procedures for efficiently evacuating personnel from a building wing or zone. Describe the safety procedures and safety checks of a fire warden that should be observed when personnel are evacuating a building wing or zone. Describe the emergency procedures to be followed in the event of discovering or being warned of a fire Identify portable fire extinguishers by reference to the international colour coding systems, and/or label description.

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Describe which type of portable fire extinguisher is suitable for extinguishing Class A, B, C and D fires. Demonstrate the correct procedures for operating portable fire extinguishers on Class A and B fires. Demonstrate the correct procedure for smothering a simulated fire using a fire blanket

Course Structure

Theoretical objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

Theoretical perspectives of construction and method of operation of fire blankets and water, foam, dry powder and CO2 extinguishers will be addressed in the classroom environment prior to the external practical training.

The practical objectives related to use of extinguishers will be addressed utilising a demonstration, imitation and practice methodology in a controlled practical environment in which real fires will be extinguished using the prescribed fire extinguishers.

Note: During the practical session each attendee will: Actuate or use each of the four designated types of extinguishers i.e. water, foam, dry powder, CO2 Tackle both Class A and Class B real fires

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The DVD training film Extinguishing Fires at Work' from the Fire Protection Association, UK (or a Company approved alternative) will be used as an aid in the training.

Planning Information

Target Population: Mandatory for PDO and Contractor drivers, supervisors, Permit Holders, cooks, catering personnel and compulsory for designated Fire Wardens.

Attendance Pre-requisites:

HSE Induction Programme

Prior experience: Staff who have undergone prior, formal Initial Fire Response training, in another company/country may be preliminarily assessed by their supervisor and, if considered suitable, entered directly for the Competence Assessment without a need for the training course.

Course Duration:

Minimum 6 hours

Maximum Attendees:

16

Refresher: Competence Assessment every 3 years with re-attendance on course required only if assessed as Not Competent.

Course Language:

Arabic, English and Hindi

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Equipment /Resource Requirements: Purpose made fire training area equipped with a crib (Class A fire) and an oil tray (Class B fire) should be available along with sufficient numbers of fire extinguishers for the practical session.

The following minimum safety measures will be implemented: A wet, pressurised hose reel will be available, run out adjacent to the fire base and capable of dealing with an emergency. The instructor will wear safety equipment consisting of fire resistant: helmet, visor, gloves, boots and overalls.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Minimum PPE of overalls, safety shoes, hard hat and gloves shall be required by, and shall be provided by all attendees.

Competence Assessment

Knowledge/understanding Written/computer-interactive multiple choice questionnaire covering all of the knowledge objectives (Note: for participants who can not complete the written/computer-interactive assessment, on the grounds of language or literacy, an oral assessment may be substituted). Practical Select the correct extinguisher and correctly use it to extinguish/partly extinguish a real fire. Correctly use a fire blanket on an appropriate fire type. Results from both written, oral and practical elements shall be either competent or not yet competent.

Refresher Assessment

Three (3) years after the initial course there will be a Competence Assessment consisting of: Oral assessment of knowledge covering all of the knowledge objectives

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The selection of the correct extinguisher from a collection consisting of at least one of each type and use it to extinguish/partly extinguish a real fire (either Class a or Class B fires) Demonstrate the correct use of a fire blanket to extinguish a fire It is expected that the duration of this assessment will be a maximum of 60 minutes and will take place in a safely controlled environment using real Class A and Class B fires. Staff deemed to be Not Yet Competent at this assessment will be required to attend and pass the full six hour course prior to re-certification.

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CHEMICAL HANDLING AWARENESS (Level I)

Course Aims This course aims to provide PDO and Contractor non-supervisory staff with an awareness of, and the knowledge to control, the potential safety and health hazards or environmental damage arising from the transport, storage, handling and disposal of hazardous chemicals. The course shall emphasize both the chronic and acute effects of chemicals commonly used in PDO operations and the need for controls at all stages of the chemical management lifecycle to minimise the potential hazards to personnel and the environment. Planning Information Target Population: Mandatory for Company and contractor non-supervisory staff involved in: the receipt and dispatch of chemicals; transportation (drivers) and handling of chemicals; working in chemical storage areas; and handling chemicals in operational areas. Staff employed pre-1 September 2009 HSE Induction Course Basic knowledge of chemicals commonly in use in PDO Operations Staff employed post 31st August 2009 Core HSE Learning Ladder courses, plus: o Confirmed achievement of core HSE competence in the field o 3 months experience at work in PDO`s concession area. 4 hours 2 years English, Arabic and Hindi

Attendance Pre-requisites:

Course Duration: Refresher: Course Language:

Minimum Course Competency Standards On completion of the course, the competencies shall include, but not be limited to, the traineedelegate being able to: Identify and describe the class of a hazardous chemical by recognising signs, symbols and labels. Describe the four routes of exposure to hazardous chemicals. Describe the safety, health and environmental hazards of commonly occurring hazardous chemicals. Describe hazard control procedures and associated activities applicable to chemical transport, handling, storage and disposal. Describe emergency action procedures in the event of a spill or release of a hazardous chemical. Describe segregation rules for incompatible chemicals. Describe how to find information concerning hazards associated with a hazardous chemical.

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Course Competency Assessment At the completion of the course, attendees will be required to sit an assessment. The assessment will determine the attendee`s knowledge against the course competency standards. The assessment should refer to photographs of actual chemical handling, transport and storage situations to demonstrate the attendee's application of knowledge to their work environment. Course Certification The following certification shall be achieved and maintained for this course: Approved by British Safety Council or other internationally recognised HSE organisation recognised by PDO Re-certification: every 2 years

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BABASIC LIFE SUPPORT (FOUNDATION) (Level I) Course Aims

The course aims: To provide attendees with basic life support skills To provide attendees with knowledge, understanding and skills related to the use of first aid equipment and materials To provide attendees with knowledge, understanding and skills to administer first aid to stabilize casualties The course is experiential utilising practical demonstration of first aid techniques in diverse scenario simulations.

Course Objectives

On completion of the course, the traineedelegate will be able to: List the three general steps in an emergency plan. Describe how to summon help by telephone. Demonstrate how to check vital signs of a casualty. Demonstrate how to check conscious and unconscious victims. List the signals of breathing and heart emergencies. Demonstrate care for victims who are: o not breathing o have obstructed airways are in cardiac arrest, including deployment of an AED. o Demonstrate how to place a casualty in the recovery position. Demonstrate how to use a pocket mask. Demonstrate how to control bleeding. Demonstrate the ability to recognise an injury or sudden illness. List the general care steps for burns. Describe the care for heat emergencies. Demonstrate how to care for muscle, bone and joint injuries. Describe how to care for sudden illnesses. Demonstrate how to move a casualty from accident site to nearest medical facility.

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. The practical objectives will be addressed utilizing a demonstration, imitation and practice methodology within the classroom.

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Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all PDO and Contractor personnel designated as First Aiders. Attendance Pre-requisites: Core HSE Induction ProgrammeLearning Ladder courses Prior Experience/alternative: A current internationally recognised or accredited Basic Life Support certificate with a maximum validity of 3 years can be considered an acceptable alternative provided that the course contains assessed First Aid and Cardio - Pulmonary Resuscitation knowledge and skills. Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: Refresher: Course Language: 3 23 days 12 Every 3 23 years ­ Basic Life Support (Refresher) Arabic, English and Hindi

Equipment /Resource Requirements: Suitable quantities of splinting and bandaging materials shall be provided for demonstration, practice and testing of immobilization and bandaging techniques Laerdal Resusci® Anne Torso Skillguide manikins (or alternatives with functions equal to or better as agreed with the Company) shall be provided for demonstration, practice and testing of CPR techniques. (A minimum of one manikin per 6 traineedelegates shall be maintained) A model of the most commonly used type of AED in PDO should be available.

Competence Assessment

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive multiple choice questionnaire covering all of the knowledge objectives (Note: for participants who can not complete the written/computer-interactive assessment, on the grounds of language or literacy, an oral assessment may be substituted). Practical The practical exercises and simulations will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are actively involved in and assessed on each of the practical skill based objectives. Results from both written, oral and practical elements shall be either pass or not yet competent.

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BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (REFRESHER) Course Aims

The course aims: To refresh attendees basic life support skills To refresh attendees knowledge, understanding and skills related to the use of first aid equipment and materials To refresh attendees knowledge, understanding and skills to administer first aid to stabilize casualties The course is experiential utilising practical demonstration of first aid techniques in diverse scenario simulations.

Course Objectives

On completion of the course, the traineedelegate will be able to: Correctly administer basic life support techniques, including mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, and Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and deployment of an AED. Correctly manage a simulated unconscious casualty. Control bleeding and apply basic bandaging. Describe the prevention of disease transmission. Demonstrate the management of casualties in shock.

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. The practical objectives will be addressed utilising a demonstration, imitation and practice methodology within the classroom.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all PDO and Contractor First Aiders

Attendance Pre-requisites: Basic Life Support Course within the last 3 2 years Prior Experience: Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: Refresher: Not applicable 8 8 hours 12 Not applicable

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Course Language:

Arabic, English and Hindi

Equipment /Resource Requirements: Suitable quantities of splinting and bandaging materials shall be provided for demonstration, practice and testing of immobilization and bandaging techniques Laerdal Resusci® Anne Torso Skillguide manikins (or alternatives with functions equal to or better as agreed with the Company) shall be provided for demonstration, practice and testing of CPR techniques. (A minimum of one manikin per 6 traineedelegates shall be maintained) A model of the most commonly used type of AED in PDO should be available.

Competence Assessment

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive multiple choice questionnaire covering knowledge and understanding of all of the objectives (Note: for participants who can not complete the written/computer-interactive assessment, on the grounds of language or literacy, an oral assessment may be substituted). Practical The practical exercises and simulations will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are actively involved in and assessed on each of the practical skill based objectives. Results from both written, oral and practical elements shall be either competent or not yet competent.

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PART II C: Other Level II HSE-SD Courses

CHEMICAL HANDLING FOR SUPERVISORS (Level II)

Course Aims This course aims to provide PDO and Contractor staff with an awareness of, and the knowledge to control, the potential safety and health hazards or environmental damage arising from the transport, storage, handling and disposal of hazardous chemicals. The course shall emphasize both the chronic and acute effects of chemicals commonly used in PDO operations and the need for controls at all stages of the chemical management lifecycle to minimise the potential hazards to personnel and the environment. Once a Supervisor has attended a training course, it will be incumbent on that person to transfer the Course Competency Standards to their staff through tool box` and other scheduled HSE meetings on site. Planning Information Target Population: Mandatory for Company and contractor supervisory staff involved in the receipt and dispatch of chemicals; transportation and handling of chemicals; working in chemical storage areas; and handling chemicals in operational areas. Recommended for PDO and Contractor HSE Advisers; PDO staff involved in the selection or purchase of chemicals Attendance Pre-requisites: Staff employed pre-1 September 2009 - HSE Induction Course; JHA or HSE Tools & Skills; Safety Leadership course appropriate to role held; Basic knowledge of chemicals commonly in use in PDO Operations. Staff employed post-31st August 2009 ­ Core HSE Learning Ladder for supervisory staff; 3 month work experience in PDO`s concession area; Verified and confirmed achievement of core HSE competence. 8 hours 2 years English, Arabic and Hindi

Course Duration: Refresher: Course Language:

Minimum Course Competency Standards On completion of the course, the competencies shall include, but not be limited to, the traineedelegate being able to: Identify and describe the class of a hazardous chemical by recognising signs, symbols and labels. Describe the four routes of exposure to hazardous chemicals.

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Describe the safety, health and environmental hazards of commonly occurring hazardous chemicals. Describe PDO`s procedures for approval of chemicals. Describe hazard control procedures and associated activities applicable to chemical transport, handling, storage and disposal. Describe emergency action procedures in the event of a spill or release of a hazardous chemical. Describe segregation rules for incompatible chemicals. Describe how to find information concerning hazards associated with a hazardous chemical. Course Competency Assessment At the completion of the course, attendees will be required to sit an assessment. The assessment will determine the attendee`s knowledge against the course competency standards. The assessment should refer to photographs of actual chemical handling, transport and storage situations to demonstrate the attendee's application of knowledge to their work environment. Course Certification The following certification shall be achieved and maintained for this course: Approved by British Safety Council or other internationally recognised HSE organisation recognised by PDO Re-certification: every 2 years

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INCIDENT INVESTIGATION (Level II) Course Aims

The course aims: To ensure that supervisors and managers are able to determine actual and potential severity of incidents To provide an opportunity for attendees to participate in a complete investigation of a simulated incident To provide an opportunity for attendees to use investigation techniques to identify incident causation To ensure that attendees are able to identify differences between immediate and under-lying causes To provide knowledge and practice in techniques for developing affective recommendations to prevent recurrence of an incident The course is experiential and contains minimal reporting aspects of incidents. The emphasis is predominantly on the investigation process, the tools available and practical experience of their use.

Course Objectives

On completion of the course, the traineedelegate will able to: Explain Domino, Multi-causal, HEMP and Tripod Beta models of incident causation Determine the Actual and Potential Severity Rating of an incident using the PDO Risk Matrix Explain the criteria used to determine incident reportability and define the term Significant Incident` Describe the significant steps involved in carrying out an incident investigation As a member of a team: Participate in a simulated incident investigation, identify witnesses, obtain evidence and gather information for an investigation Conduct interviews and confirm information for analysis Demonstrate ability to use Barrier and Control Analysis and Sequencing (Incident Tree) to determine Immediate and underlying causes of incidents Produce an incident report with SMART recommendations aimed at preventing reoccurrence and improving overall HSE performance

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. The practical objectives will be covered using a site visit, simulated incident scenarios and role playing techniques.

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Planning Information

Target Population: Mandatory for PDO and Contractor HSE Advisors, PDO and Contractor Supervisors, Contract Holders and Contractor Contract Managers. Attendance Pre-requisites: For delegates for whom English is a second language, written confirmation from employer that delegate is fluent in speaking, listening, writing and reading English. Delegate must have a supervisory role Verified Core HSE competence achieved and verified. Core HSE Induction Programme Job Hazard AnalysisHSE Learning Ladder courses Minimum of 3 months work experience in PDO concession area. Core HSE competence achieved and verified. Prior Experience: This course is largely experiential in nature. The benefits derived from attending this course are substantial and it is unlikely that any prior training and/or experience would preclude attendance. Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: Refresher: Course Language: 2 days 16 Not applicable English

Competence Assessment

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaire covering all of the knowledge objectives. Practical The practical team exercises will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are actively involved in: The simulated incident investigation The gathering of evidence Interviewing witnesses De-briefs Producing effective recommendations Individually produced documentation will be retained as evidence of completion of the exercises. Results will be recorded as either competent or not yet competent.

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JOB HAZARD ANALYSISHSE Tools & Skills

Course Aims

The course aims: To enable attendees to act as a team member in the application of the Hazards and Effects Management Process (HEMP) at the task level To provide knowledge, understanding and skill related to the process of conducting a JHA on an existing task or prior to a task, at the planning stage To provide knowledge, understanding and skill related to the process of reviewing and updating JHA's at the completion stage of a task To provide knowledge, understanding and skill related to the completion of a JHA worksheet for a simulated operational tasks To provide knowledge, understanding and skill related to the use of the Permit to Work System, TRIC cards, Tool box talks, the STOPTM system, generic and

dynamic risk assessment To provide knowledge and understanding to enable delegates to identify the common hazards and required controls associated with working at heights, entering or working in confined spaces, dealing with high pressures, lifting and handling, and working with chemicals and radiation.

Course Objectives

On completion of the course the trainee will be able to:

Describe the process of using direct observation when conducting a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA). Describe the process of using recall and check techniques when conducting a JHA. As a part of a team - complete a JHA for a simulated workplace activity using the technique of group discussion

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As a part of a team - carry out an evaluation of existing engineering and administrative controls from a previous JHA. Complete a JHA worksheet in respect of a simulated workplace activity Explain any of PDO's Golden Rules, House Rules and Life Saving Rules 100% accurately. Explain who is authorised to stop unsafe work, when and why. State at least 6 HSE Tools available for use to control hazards and risks in the workplace. Demonstrate your ability to recognise safe and unsafe activities, using photographs, simulations or real situations. Explain what must be done after any safety observation / intervention. Using photographs, simulations or real situations identify six common workplace hazards to be found in the oil & gas industry. Correctly quantify risk using a risk matrix. Demonstrate you can identify the PPE that needs to be worn for a specified workplace activity from photographs, simulations or real situations. Explain the purpose of barriers or controls in relation to incidents. Demonstrate you are able to identify the common hazards and required controls associated with working at heights, entering or working in confined spaces, dealing with high pressures, lifting and handling, working with chemicals and radiation from photographs, simulations or real situations. State the four key people in PDO's Permit to Work system. State the two kinds of permit to work that may be used, and which is used for higher risk areas. State the four principal areas of consideration that must be included in a HEMP. Demonstrate the use of the five key means of controlling hazards during a JHA Demonstrate the use of generic and dynamic risk assessment during the preparation and delivery of a TBT.

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Explain the purpose of and what should be included in a Tool Box Talk, and your role within it. Demonstrate your ability to use a TRIC card, identify an effective Tool Box Talk, can participate in it and respond to changing conditions in the correct way. Explain your role in PDO's STOPTM system.

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom and workplace environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

Knowledge and understanding will be applied during a practical applications of the topic areas of the course development of a JHA for a simulated workplace activity.

Planning Information

Target Population: Mandatory for PDO and PDO contractor Supervisory staff and Compulsory for Permit to Work holders or Signatories.

Attendance Pre-requisites:

HSE Induction Programme

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Prior Experience:

Not applicable

Course Duration:

8 16 hours

Maximum Attendees:

16

Refresher:

Not applicable

Course Language:

English, Arabic, Hindi

Competence Assessment

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaires covering all of the knowledge objectives.

Practical The practical team exercises will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are fully and actively involved including the de-briefs.

Individually produced documentation will be retained as evidence of completion of the exercises.

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PERMIT TO WORK HOLDERS (Level II) Course Aims

The course aims: To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of Permit to Work (PTW) systems To provide attendees with specific knowledge and understanding required by a PTW Holder in the PDO PTW system Note: Following successful attendance on the course attendees will need to be assessed by a PDO licensing panel prior to being licensed. The Licensing Panel Interview will test knowledge and understanding of: The plant and processes in the area of working along with associated hazards and the necessary control and recovery measures The PDO Permit to Work System The role and responsibilities of a PTW Holder

Course Objectives

On completion of the course, the traineedelegate will be able to: Explain the reasons for the use of a PTW system. Explain of the principles of permitry. Explain the roles and responsibilities of persons working within the PTW System. Locate and explain all relevant information from the Permit to Work Manual or Handbook. Describe and explain the use of the system of edge and face colours on the pages of the Work Permit forms. Carry out a hazard risk assessment of a simulated operational task. Explain the objectives of a Job HSE plan. Use the electronic job HSE plan tool to create a Job HSE plan. Explain the objectives of a PTW System Certificate. Identify and explain mistakes or errors within a Permit, Job HSE Plan or Permit to Work System Certificate. Explain the purpose and use of the Permit Issue Point Rack and Permit Location Board.

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. Knowledge and understanding will be applied during a practical application of the development of a Job HSE Plan for a simulated workplace activity and the identification of common errors found in PTW associated paperwork.

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Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for PDO staff and Contractor personnel who will be required to act as Permit Holders Attendance Pre-requisites: Confirmation from the nominating supervisor that the nominee`s fluency in English is equivalent or better than IELTS Level 4 in all categories. For staff employed pre-September 2009 - HSE Induction Program, meHSE Tools & Skills and Safety Leadership courses appropriate to the role* held. All other staff ­ core HSE Learning Ladder Verified achievement of core HSE competence. Written confirmation from employer of delegate`s Good level of written and spoken English ability assessed as equivalent to IELTS Level 5 or higher. Minimum of 3 months experience working in a PDO environment *For staff whose normal role is not supervisory, the Safety Leadership for First Line Supervisors must be attended, as Permit Holders are supervisors by definition. Job Hazard Analysis or HSE for SupervisorsHSE Tools & Skills, and Safety Leadership course appropriate to the role held (supervisor or manager) Prior Experience: Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: Not applicable 8 16 hours 16

Refresher Re-certification Assessment: Competence Assessment every 3 years after the initial training course. The Refresher Re-certification Assessment will be the same as the end of course assessment`. The duration of the Refresher Re-certification Assessment will be a maximum of 60 minutes. Staff deemed Not Yet Competent` at the assessment will be required to attend and pass the full training course and achieve the required competencies. Re-attendance on the course can also be required by the Licensing Panel at any time. Course Language: English

Equipment Requirements: Each attendee shall be issued with a printed, small format (pocket size) version of the PTW Manual (these will be supplied by the training provider) Adequate supplies of printed PTW forms shall be available during the training (these will be supplied by Company).

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Competence Assessment

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive multiple choice questionnaire covering all of the knowledge objectives Correct identification and explanation of errors within Permits in which deliberate, defined mistakes have been included. Individually produced documentation will be retained as evidence of completion of the exercises. Results will be recorded as either competent or not yet competent.

Refresher Re-certification Assessment

Three (3) years after the initial course there will be a Competence Assessment which will be the same as the summative Competence Assessment utilized at the end of the course. It is expected that the duration of the assessment will be a maximum of 60 minutes. Staff deemed as Not Yet Competent at this assessment will be required to repeat attendance ofand pass the full course and achieve all required competencies.

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PERMIT TO WORK SIGNATORIES (Level II) Course Aims

The course aims: To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of Permit to Work (PTW) systems To provide attendees with specific knowledge and understanding required by a PTW Signatory in the PDO PTW system Note: Following successful attendance on the course attendees will need to be assessed by a PDO licensing panel prior to being licensed. The Licensing Panel Interview will test knowledge and understanding of: The plant and processes in the area of working along with associated hazards and the necessary control and recovery measures The PDO Permit to Work System The role and responsibilities of a PTW Signatory

Course Objectives

On completion of the course, the traineedelegate will be able to: Explain the reasons for the use of a PTW system. Explain the principles or permitry Explain the roles and responsibilities of persons working within the PTW System. Locate and explain all relevant information from the PTW Manual or Handbook. Explain which permit, if any, is required for a task. Describe and explain the use of the system of edge and face colours on the pages of the Work Permit forms. Explain the objectives of a Job HSE plan Use the electronic job HSE plan tool to create a Job HSE plan Explain the objectives of a PTW System Certificate. Produce a Job HSE Plan appropriate for a job. Identify and explain mistakes or errors within a Permit, Job HSE Plan or PTW System Certificate. Explain the purpose and use of the Permit Issue Point Rack and Permit Location Board. Demonstrate the correct procedure for applying mechanical isolations and deisolations. Demonstrate the correct procedure for using mechanical isolation tags. Explain the purpose and procedure for using an Extended Period Isolation. Explain the purpose and procedure for archiving permits. Explain why and how the PTW System is audited. Explain the role of the PTW Signatory and the interfaces he makes with others.

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Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. Knowledge and understanding will be applied during a practical application of the development of a Job HSE Plan for a simulated workplace activity and the identification of common errors found in PTW associated paperwork. Practical activities related to the use of isolation tags and the Permit Issue Point Rack and Permit Location board will be applied in a real or simulated operational environment.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for any person acting as: Permit Applicant e.g. section supervisor of a work discipline Area Authority e.g. Production Operator, a work discipline technician or an inspector Responsible Supervisor e.g. Production or Maintenance Supervisor, Foreman or Company Site Representative. Attendance Pre-requisites: For staff employed pre-September 2009 ­ HSE Induction, HSE Tools & Skills, Safety Leadership course appropriate to their role*. All other staff ­ Core HSE Learning Ladder Verified achievement of core HSE competence HSE Induction ProgrammeConfirmed and verified core HSE competence HSE Tools & Skills Where English is not the native language of the delegate, written confirmation from employer of delegate`s English ability in speaking, listening, reading & writing assessed as equivalent to IELTS Level 5 or higher. Minimum of 3 Safety Leadership course appropriate to the role held (either Supervisor or Manager) Written confirmation from employer that delegate has fFluencyt in written and spoken English at least equivalent to IELTS Level 6 3 months experience working in a PDO environment *For staff whose normal role is not supervisory, the Safety Leadership for First Line Supervisors must be attended, as Permit Holders are supervisors by definition.

Job Hazard Analysis or HSE for Supervisors

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Prior Experience: Course Duration: Maximum Attendees:

Not applicable 2 days 16

Refresher Re-certification Assessment: Competence Assessment every 3 years after the initial training course. The Refresher Re-certification Assessment will be the same as the end of course assessment`. The duration of the Refresher Assessment will be a maximum of 60 minutes. Staff deemed Not Yet Competent` at the assessment will be required to reattend and pass the full training course. Re-attendance on the course can also be required by the Licensing Panel at any time. Course Language: English

Equipment Requirements: Each attendee shall be issued with a printed, small format (pocket size) version of the PTW Manual (these will be supplied by the training provider). Adequate supplies of printed PTW forms shall be available during the training (these will be supplied by Company).

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Minimum PPE of overalls, safety shoes, hard hat and gloves shall be required by, and shall be provided by all attendees.

Competence Assessment

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive multiple choice questionnaire covering all of the knowledge objectives Correct identification and explanation of errors within Permits in which deliberate, defined mistakes have been included Individually produced documentation will be retained as evidence of completion of the exercises. Results will be recorded as either competent or not yet competent.

Refresher Re-certification Assessment

Three (3) years after the initial course there will be a Competence Assessment which will be the same as the summative Competence Assessment utilized at the end of the course.

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It is expected that the duration of the assessment will be a maximum of 60 minutes. Staff deemed as Not Yet Competent at this assessment will be required to re-attend and pass the full course.

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PERMIT TO WORK AUDITORS (Level II)

Course Aims Satisfactory completion of the Permit To Work (Auditors) Course is achieved when the trainee can: Understand why the Permit to Work system is audited Understand the role of Permit To Work System Auditor Understand the Permit To Work System Audit Process Identify compliance or deviation from the Permit To Work System Identify appropriate corrective action to deviations from the System Determine if the Permit To Work System is meeting its objectives Identify necessary improvements to the system Effectively conduct an audit

Planning Information Target Population: Compulsory for any person who will fulfil a role, within the Permit To Work Audit Team. A Permit To Work System Auditor will be an employee of PDO from one of the following work groups: Team Leader Area Co-ordinator Engineering Contract Holder HSE Advisor Attendance Pre-requisites: Safety Leadership course Fluent in written and spoken English (to the satisfaction of the Training Instructor) 2 years experience as a PTW Signatory in PDO or an equivalent Upstream Operator organisation 16 hours 2 years for Permit to Work Licensed Auditors. (Note: Area Licensing Committee or Audit Authority may request Auditor to attend refresher before 2 years if Committee deems Auditor would benefit from additional training). English Must have minimum 2 years experience of delivering PTWS courses for PDO.

Course Duration: Re-certification:

Course Language: Trainers

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Minimum Course Competency Standards Performance Criteria At the end of the course, the trainee should be able to: Explain why the Permit To Work System is audited Accurately and clearly state the roles and responsibilities of persons working within the PTW System Locate information specified from the PTW System Manual Demonstrate the use the Permit to Work System Audit Forms Identify errors in the selection, use or application of a Work Permit, Job HSE Plan and Permit To Work System Certificate Identify errors in the use of the Permit Issue Point Rack or Permit Location Board Identify errors in the isolation and de-isolation procedure Identify errors in the permit archiving procedure

Course Competency Assessment Trainees shall demonstrate knowledge of the Permit To Work System by: Explain why the Permit To Work System is audited Accurately and clearly state the roles and responsibilities of persons working within the PTW System Locate information specified from the PTW System Manual Demonstrate the use the Permit to Work System Audit Forms Identify errors in the selection, use or application of a Work Permit, Job HSE Plan and Permit To Work System Certificate Correctly identify errors in the use of the Permit Issue Point Rack or Permit Location Board Correctly identify errors in the isolation and de-isolation procedure Correctly identify errors in the permit archiving procedure Correctly answering questions on the Permit To Work System Correctly identifying errors within a Permit, Job HSE Plan and Permit To Work System Demonstrate ability to carry out effective interviews with Permit Signatories, Permit Holders and Area Authorities Correctly using the Permit To Work Audit Forms

Trainees shall be assessed and results recorded as either Competent (all competencies met in full) or Not Yet Competent. Course Certification: Approved by IOSH, British Safety Council or other internationally recognised HSE organisation recognised by PDO. Re-Certification: Minimum every 2 years.

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NATURALLY OCCURRING SUPERVISORS (Level II) Course Aims

RADIOACTIVE

MATERIAL

(NORM)

FOR

The course aims: To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of basic radiation theory To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of where they can expect to find NORM in their working environment To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of the health risks associated with exposure to NORM To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of the system of work procedures to control the risk i.e. contamination monitoring, personal hygiene, exposure control measures and the use and checking of personal protective equipment (PPE) To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of PDO procedures in respect of NORM (SP 1170 Version 3.0 and the NORM Guidelines) To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of the roles of personnel in respect to NORM Provide supervision support for NORM jobs as agreed by the Corporate Radiation Focal Point (CRFP) To provide awareness of the duties and actions of a Radiation Protection Technician (RPT) including: o The use of monitoring equipment by an RPT to conduct surveys and measure NORM contamination o Assessments to be made in relation to radiation and contamination levels o Registering and reporting NORM survey results

Course Objectives

On completion of the course the traineedelegate will be able to: Explain the basic theory in relation to NORM Describe where they can expect to find NORM in their working environment Explain the health, environmental & reputation risks associated with NORM Describe the NORM control measures i.e. systems of work, PPE Provide a basic description of the actions taken by an RPT when carrying out surveys for contamination Interpret information recorded and reported by an RPT in relation to NORM in the field Complete the supervisor section of an RPT completed NORM Survey Report Form`

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement. Video film on the use of radiation monitors (from PDO web) will be utilised to assist in the awareness of RPT duties.

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Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for Production Operators/Supervisors, Campaign Maintenance Coordinators, Pigging Contractor supervisors, Tank/Separator Cleaning Contractor supervisors, Rig/Hoist Managers and any other supervisor working with potential NORM contaminated equipment or materials. Attendance Pre-requisites: HSE Induction Programme Prior experience: Staff members who have undergone prior, formal, NORM training in another company/country may be preliminarily assessed by the CRFP and, if considered suitable, be entered directly for the Competence Assessment without a need for the training course. Course Duration: Maximum Number: Refresher: Course Language: 4 hours 16 Not applicable English

Equipment Requirements: The following equipment and PPE typically used by an RPT when conducting surveys will be available for observation and limited classroom demonstration: Disposable Breathable Coverall Rubber/leather gloves Safety boots FFP3 Disposable Half-face Respirator (3M 8835 or equivalent) Safety eye protection (goggles or glasses) Black/yellow demarcation tape Radioactive signage Full face mask with FFP3 filter (Bearded workers) Polythene sheet, for covering the floor and wrapping contaminated equipment Polythene bags, for wrapping contaminated materials/equipment NORM adhesive tape In addition, when the training is carried out in a PDO or contractor location where radiation monitoring equipment is available the opportunity will be taken where possible to use the equipment for limited observation and awareness purposes.

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Competence Assessment

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaire covering all of the knowledge objectives. A scenario type class room based exercise will be used to assess knowledge and understanding of the NORM survey report form.

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NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) AWARENESS (Level II) Course Aims

The course aims: To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of minimal basic radiation (NORM) theory To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of where they can expect to find NORM in their working environment To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of the health risks presented by NORM To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of the basic measures to be taken to control the risk to employees and others` health i.e. hygiene, exposure control measures and personal protective equipment (PPE)

Course Objectives

On completion of the course the traineedelegate will be able to: Explain the basic theory in relation to NORM Describe where they can expect to find NORM in their working environment Explain the health, environment and reputation risks associated with NORM Describe the basic measures to be taken to counter risk associated with NORM

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for PDO and PDO contractor personnel routinely or frequently working on NORM sites. Attendance Pre-requisites: HSE Induction Programme Prior experience: Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: Refresher: Course Language: Not applicable 2 hours 16 Not applicable English

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Equipment Requirements:

N/A

Competence Assessment

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaire covering all of the knowledge objectives (Note: for participants who can not complete the written/computer-interactive assessment, on the grounds of language or literacy, an oral assessment may be substituted).

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NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) TECHNICIANS (Level II) Course Aims

The course aims: To provide attendees with knowledge and understanding of minimal basic radiation measuring instruments in relation to NORM. To provide attendees with skills of pre-use testing, parameters for use, limitations and interpretation of readings from basic radiation measuring instruments in relation to NORM.

Course Objectives

On completion of the course the delegate will be able to: Explain the basic theory in relation to measuring NORM. Select, pre-test, use and interpret readings taken with common NORM measurement instruments. State how the readings taken by NORM measurement instruments should be reported and the levels that would require action being taken in relation to the safety of the workforce.

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for PDO and PDO contractor supervisory personnel routinely or frequently working on NORM sites and required to survey the site or equipment for NORM. Attendance Pre-requisites: Staff employed before 1st September 2009 ­ HSE Induction, HSE Tools & Skills ; Safety Leadership for Supervisors ; NORM(A); For non-native English speakers, employer confirmed fluency in English of at least or IELTS Band 4 in reading, writing, listening and speaking or its equivalent. Staff employed post-31st August 2009 ­ Core HSE Learning Ladder ;verified and confirmed achievement of core HSE competence ; NORM(A); For non-native English speakers, employer confirmed fluency in English of at least or IELTS Band 4 in reading, writing, listening and speaking or its equivalent. Prior experience: Not applicable

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Course Duration: Maximum Attendees: Re-certification: Course Language: Equipment Requirements:

2 hours 16 Assessment at 2 year intervals English N/A

Competence Assessment

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, or oral multiple choice questionnaire covering all of the knowledge objectives. Demonstrated skills in the correct use of appropriate NORM measuring instruments and the interpretation of readings obtained. Results will be recorded as either competent or not yet competent.

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PART II D: DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSES

DD01 ­ Defensive Driving Light Vehicles (Blacktop)

SYNOPSIS DDC01 Defensive Driving Light Vehicle Blacktop is the cornerstone of the SAFEDRIVE suite of Defensive Driving Courses. The course teaches delegates appropriate attitudes and develops driving skills. The assessment comprises a driving skill assessment delivered to the Assessor by the delegate to confirm training. This course is suitable for those personnel required to drive during the course of their occupation and those commuting to and from their place of work even if they aren`t required to drive at work. Pre-requisites Current ROP endorsed Light Vehicle Licence, over 1821 years of age. Aids to vision, if specified on driving licence. Passing a vision test carried out on PDO Approved vision testing equipment. st Staff employed pre-1 September 2009 o PDO Approved HSE passport with HSE induction course attendance confirmed st Staff employed post-31 August 2009 o PDO Approved HSE passport o Confirmed competency in Modules 1 ­ 4 of core HSE Learning Ladder courses, i.e. HSE Induction H2S (unless de-selected) IFR (unless de-selected) Dealing with Hazards & Risks (non-supervisory staff) or HSE Tools & Skills (Supervisory staff) (unless de-selected) Professional drivers must be certified fit (as per paragraph 8.7 SP 1230) after undergoing a medical examination, including a drivers eyesight test, within the previous two years. The medical examination must be conducted by a PDO Approved medical Practitioner. PPE ­ Working clothing. Course Learning Outcomes This course will deliver the required driving training in two areas ­ theory and practical skills. The delegate must be competent in both areas to attain the Defensive Driving qualification. Theory competence is assessed during the skill assessment by way of Q&A by the assessor during the practical assessment. The Aim of the Course To promote SAFE driving behavior and eliminate the instances of motor vehicle crashes.

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The Objectives of the Course The objective is to provide delegates with the skills, attitude and knowledge to: Anticipate potential road crash situations, Respond to emergency driving situations as they occur, Develop effective vehicle control and observation skills, and Demonstrate low risk driving techniques in driving a commercial light vehicles and cars. At the end of this course the delegate will be able to: Drive commercial light vehicles and cars using low risk defensive driving techniques, Demonstrate a pre trip inspection, and Demonstrate knowledge of the mechanical systems involved in operating commercial light vehicles and cars. DD01 Course Program TIME SESSION

CONTENT DAY 1 Welcome and Introduction Course Overview & Objectives Course Administration Lifesaving Rules, SAFE Defensive Driving Theory DRIVE

LOCATION

REMARKS

0700 - 0740 0740 ­ 0900 0900 ­ 0920 0920 ­ 1100 1100 ­ 1130 1130 ­ 1230 1230 ­ 1330 1330 ­ 1645 1645 - 1700

Admin

Training Room Training Room Training Room Training Area Training Room / Area On-Road Training Room On-Road

By Trainer.

Session 1 Break Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Lunch Practical

By Trainer

SAFE System of Vehicle Control SAFE Seating Position Pre-Trip Inspection Commentary drive by Trainer Practice Skill Review days training DAY 2

By Trainer By Trainer By Trainer

With Trainer By Trainer

0700 - 1230 1230 ­ 1330 1330 - 1700

Practical Lunch Assessment

Practice Skill

With Trainer

Apply Safe Driving Behaviour

On-Road

SDI

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DD02 ­ Defensive Driving Heavy Vehicles (Blacktop)

SYNOPSIS The Blacktop Heavy Vehicle course consists of a revision of SAFE DRIVE principles and the practical aspects of driving a heavy vehicle. Pre-requisites Current ROP endorsed Light Vehicle Licence, over 21 years of age. Aids to vision, if specified on driving licence. Passing a vision test carried out on PDO Approved vision testing equipment. st Staff employed pre-1 September 2009 o PDO Approved HSE passport with HSE induction course attendance confirmed st Staff employed post-31 August 2009 o PDO Approved HSE passport o Confirmed competency in Modules 1 ­ 4 of core HSE Learning Ladder courses, i.e. HSE Induction H2S (unless de-selected) IFR (unless de-selected) Dealing with Hazards & Risks (non-supervisory staff) or HSE Tools & Skills (Supervisory staff) Professional drivers must be certified fit (as per paragraph 8.7 SP 1230) after undergoing a medical examination, including a drivers eyesight test, within the previous two years. The medical examination must be conducted by a PDO Approved medical Practitioner. PPE ­ as a minimum, working overalls and safety footwear. OBJECTIVE To enhance the existing skills of a driver to operate a heavy rigid or articulated heavy vehicle and to promote Crash-Free Driving. Course Learning Outcomes This course will deliver the required driving training in two (2) areas ­ theory and practical skills. The delegate must be competent in both areas to attain the Heavy Vehicle qualification. The aim of this course is to provide students with the skills, attitude and knowledge to: Anticipate potential road crash situations. Respond to emergency driving situations as they occur. Develop effective vehicle control and observation skills. Demonstrate low risk driving techniques in driving a Heavy Combination Vehicle. At the end of this course the participant will be able to: Drive a Heavy Combination or Heavy Rigid Vehicle using low risk defensive driving techniques. Monitor Traffic and Road Conditions Monitor and Maintain vehicle Performance

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DD 02 COURSE PROGRAM

TIME

SESSION

CONTENT DAY 1 Welcome and Introduction Course Overview & Objectives Course Administration SAFE DRIVE Defensive Driving system, SAFE system of vehicle control,

LOCATION

REMARKS

0700 - 0745

Training Room

By Trainer

0745 - 0930 0930 - 0945 0945 - 1100 1100 - 1115 1115 - 1200 1200 - 1215 1215 - 1245 1245 - 1330 1330 - 1645 1645 - 1700 0700 - 1245 1245 - 1330 1330 - 1700

Session 1 Break Session 2 Break Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Lunch Practical

Training Room

By Trainer

Mechanical Principles Braking Techniques, Vehicle Handling Emergency Actions, PDO Lifesaving rules SAFE Seating Position Pre-Trip Inspection for Heavy Vehicles

Training Room

By Trainer

Training Room Training Area Training Area On Road Training Room On Road On Road

By Trainer By Trainer By Trainer With Trainer By Trainer With Trainer SDI

Practice Skills Review Days Training DAY 2 Practice Skill Assessment

Practical Lunch

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DD03 ­ Defensive Driving Graded Roads

SYNOPSIS The Graded Road Course builds on the SAFE DRIVE principles and teaches the skills required to operate vehicles over graded roads. The course is highly adaptable to specific terrain and vehicle types as required. Pre-requisites Current PDO DDC1 or DDC2 permit. Aids to vision, if specified on driving licence. st Staff employed pre-1 September 2009 o PDO Approved HSE passport with HSE induction course attendance confirmed st Staff employed post-31 August 2009 o PDO Approved HSE passport o Confirmed competency in Modules 1 ­ 4 of core HSE Learning Ladder courses, i.e. HSE Induction H2S (unless de-selected) IFR (unless de-selected) Dealing with Hazards & Risks (non-supervisory staff) or HSE Tools & Skills (Supervisory staff) Professional drivers must be certified fit (as per paragraph 8.7 SP 1230) after undergoing a medical examination, including a drivers eyesight test, within the previous two years. The medical examination must be conducted by a PDO Approved medical Practitioner. PPE ­ as a minimum: o o Working coveralls or similar, Safety footwear (except for light vehicles)

Course learning outcomes The training is broken into two (2) areas ­ theory and practical skills. The delegate must be competent in both areas to attain the qualification. The aim of this course is to provide delegates with the skills, attitude and knowledge to: Anticipate potential off road crash situations. Respond to emergency driving situations as they occur. Develop effective vehicle control and observation skills. Demonstrate low risk driving techniques while driving on a graded road. At the end of this course the delegate will be able to: Drive a vehicle using low risk defensive driving techniques over difficult terrain. Demonstrate a pre-trip vehicle inspection.

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DD03 - Course Program TIME SESSION CONTENT DAY 1 Welcome and Introduction Course Overview & Objectives SAFE DRIVE Defensive Driving Theory Revision, Pre-Trip Inspection Revision Seating Position Revision, Lifesaving Principles Dust Code, Windrows, Safety Lanes, Rollovers Practice LOCATION Training Room REMARKS

0700 - 0740

Admin

By Trainer

0740- 0830

Session 1

Training Room Training Room Graded Road

By Trainer

0830 - 0900 0900 - 0920 0920 - 1230 1230 - 1330 1330 - 1430 1430 - 1700

Session 2 Break Session 3 Lunch Session 4 ASSESSMENT

By Trainer

With Trainer

Practice

Graded Road Graded Road

With Trainer SDI

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DD04 ­ Defensive Driving Tankers

SYNOPSIS Tanker Course is designed for those personnel required to operate bulk liquid vehicles. OBJECTIVE By the end of the course, delegates will be able to demonstrate their ability to adjust driving behaviour when carrying bulk liquid. Pre-requisites Current ROP endorsed Heavy Vehicle Licence. Aids to vision, if specified on driving licence. Over 21 years of age. Current DDC2 permit st Staff employed pre-1 September 2009 o PDO Approved HSE passport with HSE induction course attendance confirmed. DD01 or DD02 course attendance confirmed. st Staff employed post-31 August 2009 o PDO Approved HSE passport o Confirmed competency in Modules 1 ­ 4 of core HSE Learning Ladder courses, i.e. HSE Induction H2S (unless de-selected) IFR (unless de-selected) Dealing with Hazards & Risks (non-supervisory staff) or HSE Tools & Skills (Supervisory staff) DD01 or DD02 course Professional drivers must be certified fit (as per paragraph 8.7 SP 1230) after undergoing a medical examination, including a drivers eyesight test, within the previous two years. The medical examination must be conducted by a PDO Approved medical Practitioner. PPE ­ As a minimum: o Working coverall and o Safety footwear Course Content SAFE DRIVE revision - PDO Life Saving Rules Load Restraint Revision - Loading Principles - High Centre of Gravity Pre Trip Inspection Vehicle Dynamics - Under steer / Over steer - Braking - Cornering Graded Road Driving - Windrows - Safety Lanes - Dust Code

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Assessment Criteria: The practical assessment is a forty (40) minute assessment. During the practical assessment, the delegate is required to demonstrate the SAFE DRIVE system of vehicle control. The Assessor is to travel over a pre - determined route and direct the delegate to carry out those manoeuvres and activities taught during the theory sessions. The delegate will also be required to answer questions based on SAFE DRIVE philosophy and "What if?" scenarios. A typical practical assessment is conducted as follows: a. The delegate will conduct a pre trip inspection, adjusting the vehicle configuration as required. b. The delegate will carry out a skills assessment. During this phase the Assessor may ask the delegate questions to confirm competency. c. After the skills component, the Assessor may conduct minor fault correction and coaching in vehicle, if required. d. The delegate will continue to drive. e. The delegate is debriefed and informed of their result, and any further training required. Course Program TIME SESSION CONTENT LOCATION REMARKS

0700 - 0740

Admin

Welcome and Introduction Course Overview & Objectives Course Administration SAFE DRIVE revision Vehicle Dynamics, Tank Types, Graded Road Driving Revision Practice Staggered Lunch 1:1 assessment

Training Room Training Room Training Room On-Road Road

By Trainer.

0740 - 0810 0810 - 0850 0850 - 0900 0900 - 1030 1030 - 1330

Session 1 Session 2 Break Session 3 Assessment

By Trainer. By Trainer With Trainer SDI

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DD05 ­ Defensive Driving Bus (Light or Heavy)

DDC05 Bus course SYNOPSIS The Defensive Driving Bus Course is a progressive course consisting of the SAFE DRIVE principles and focusing on reducing the risk of transporting passengers. The course can be conducted on sealed (blacktop) or unsealed (graded) roads. The course is suitable for Light and Heavy Buses. Pre-requisites Aids to vision, if specified on driving licence. st Staff employed pre-1 September 2009 a. PDO Approved HSE passport with i. HSE induction course attendance confirmed. ii. DD01 or DD02 course attendance confirmed. st Staff employed post-31 August 2009 a. PDO Approved HSE passport b. Confirmed competency in Modules 1 ­ 4 of core HSE Learning Ladder courses, i.e. i. HSE Induction ii. H2S (unless de-selected) iii. IFR (unless de-selected) iv. Dealing with Hazards & Risks (non-supervisory staff) or HSE Tools & Skills (Supervisory staff) v. DD01 or DD02 course A valid DDC01 permit and a. a light vehicle licence held for a minimum of 8 years, and b. a licence endorsement from ROP for light bus driving, or A valid DDC02 permit and a. an HGV licence held for a minimum of 4 years, if driving Heavy Buses, and b. a licence endorsement from ROP for bus driving. Professional drivers must be certified fit (as per paragraph 8.7 SP 1230) after undergoing a medical examination, including a drivers eyesight test, within the previous two years. The medical examination must be conducted by a PDO Approved medical Practitioner. PPE ­ minimum of working coveralls and safety footwear.

Objective To enhance the existing skills of a driver to operate a bus and to promote Crash-Free Driving. Course Learning Outcomes This course will deliver the required driving training in two (2) areas ­ theory and practical skills. The delegate must be competent in both areas to attain the Bus qualification. The aim of this course is to provide deklegate with the skills, attitude and knowledge to: Anticipate potential road crash situations. Respond to emergency driving situations as they occur. Develop effective vehicle control and observation skills. Demonstrate low risk driving techniques in driving a Bus.

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At the end of this course the delegate will be able to: Drive a Bus using low risk defensive driving techniques. Monitor Traffic and Road Conditions Monitor and Maintain vehicle performance

TIME

SESSION

CONTENT DAY 1 Welcome and Overview & Administration Introduction, Objectives, Course Course

LOCATION

REMARKS

0700 - 0740

Training Room Training Room Training Room

By Trainer

0740 - 0830

Session 1

Revise SAFE DRIVE Defensive Driving System, Life Saving Rules

Presentation

0830 - 0900

Session 2

Mechanical Principles revision Braking Techniques, Vehicle Handling, Emergency Actions, Adverse Conditions

Presentation

0900 - 0930

Session 3

Training Room

Presentation

0930 - 0940

Break Passenger Awareness, luggage / freight Stowing of

0940 - 1030

Session 4

Training Area

With Trainer

1030 - 1130 1130 - 1230 1230 - 1330 1330 - 1600 1600 - 1700

Session 5 Session 6 Lunch Session 7 Session 8

Pre-Trip Inspection For Bus Commentary Drive, Observation Techniques ­ External & inside bus

Training Area On Road

Bus, Tools By Trainer

Practice Practice Day 2

On Road On Road

With Trainer With Trainer

0700 - 1230 1230 - 1330 1330 - 1700

Session 9 Lunch

Practice

On Road

With Trainer

Assessment

On Road

SDI

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DD06 ­ Defensive Driving Re-Certification

SYNOPSIS DDC06 Defensive Driving Recertification links directly to all of the SAFE DRIVE driving courses. The course is used to reinforce previous learning and skill sets, as well as pass on new information and standards to those attending. Pre-requisites st Staff employed pre-1 September 2009 o PDO Approved HSE passport with HSE induction course attendance confirmed. DD01 or DD02 course attendance confirmed. st Staff employed post-31 August 2009 o PDO Approved HSE passport o Confirmed competency in Modules 1 ­ 4 of core HSE Learning Ladder courses, i.e. HSE Induction H2S (unless de-selected) IFR (unless de-selected) Dealing with Hazards & Risks (non-supervisory staff) or HSE Tools & Skills (Supervisory staff) DD01 or DD02 course Current PDO DDC1 or DDC2 permit. Aids to vision if specified on driving licence. Professional drivers must be certified fit (as per paragraph 8.7 SP 1230) after undergoing a medical examination, including a drivers eyesight test, within the previous year. The medical examination must be conducted by a PDO Approved medical Practitioner. PPE ­ Other than for light vehicles in Muscat, minimum of working coverall and safety footwear. Course Learning Outcomes This course will deliver the required driving training in two areas ­ theory and practical skills. The delegate must be competent in both areas to retain the Defensive Driving qualification and permit. The Aim of the Course To promote SAFE driving behaviour and eliminate the instances of motor vehicle crashes. The Objectives of the Course The objective is to provide students with the skills, attitude and knowledge to: Anticipate potential road crash situations, Respond to emergency driving situations as they occur, Develop effective vehicle control and observation skills, and Demonstrate low risk driving techniques in driving commercial light vehicles and cars. At the end of this course the delegate will be able to: Drive vehicles using low risk defensive driving techniques, Demonstrate a pre-trip inspection, and Demonstrate knowledge of the mechanical systems involved in operating commercial light vehicles and cars. DD06 Course Program

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TIME

SESSION Admin Session 1 Break

CONTENT DAY 1 Introduction to course / Administration Revision of SAFE DRIVE and PDO Policy / Procedures Practical Assessment

LOCATION Training Room Training Room On-Road

REMARKS

0700 - 0740 0740 ­ 0900 0900 ­ 0915 0915 - 1230

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DD07 ­ Defensive Driving for Family members (Blacktop)

DDC07 Spouse, Family members' course The Family members Defensive Driving course uses elements of the DDC01 course to highlight the dangers of driving and is aimed at raising the awareness of family members in an effort to promote safe driving practices. The course includes attendee interaction and technique demonstration. Pre-requisites Current light vehicle licence, accepted by ROP. Aids to vision where these are specified on the driving licence. Over 18 years of age. Footwear that is a full shoe or sandal. (Heeled, or ,,Flip-flop type footwear should not be worn). Course Learning Outcomes This course will deliver the required driving training in two areas ­ theory and practical demonstrations. The delegates will gain a broader understanding of driving related safety issues and will benefit from practical tips and group discussions. The Aim of the Course To promote SAFE driving behavior and eliminate the instances of motor vehicle crashes. The Objectives of the Course The objective is to provide delegates with the skills, attitude and knowledge to: Anticipate potential road crash situations, Respond to emergency driving situations as they occur, Develop effective vehicle control and observation skills At the end of this course the delegate will be able to: Demonstrate a greater knowledge of defensive driving techniques, Demonstrate a pre-trip inspection, and Demonstrate knowledge of the mechanical systems involved in operating a light vehicle. Modules a. b. c. d. Effective observation techniques, Monitor traffic and road conditions, Monitor and maintain vehicle performance, and Implement low risk Safe drive principles

Assessment Criteria: There is no formal assessment for this awareness course.

DD07 Course Program

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TIME

SESSION

CONTENT DAY 1 Welcome and Introduction Course Overview & Objectives Course Administration SAFE theory DRIVE Defensive Driving

LOCATION

REMARKS

0900 - 0910 0910 ­ 1000 1000 ­ 1030 1030 ­ 1045 1045 ­ 1115 1115 ­ 1200 1200 ­ 1300 1300 ­ 1345 1345 - 1430

Admin

Training Room Training Room Training Room Training Area Training Area

By Trainer

Session 1 Break Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Lunch Practical Practical

SAFE System of Vehicle Control SAFE Seating Position Pre-Trip Inspection Demonstration of a systematic system of vehicle control Demonstration of correct observation technique and Commentary drive

On-Road On-Road

With Trainer With Trainer

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SJM ­ Safe Journey Management (Level II)

Course Aims: The Safe Journey Management Course is designed to ensure delegates get clarity on their roles, responsibilities and accountabilities with respect to the safe journey management of transport. The course deals with the management of journeys to reduce risks and accidents, and outlines the arrangements for obtaining suitable and swift emergency response in case of an emergency and, in terms of the expectations of delegates, is regarded as being equivalent to an HSE Level II course. Planning Information Target Population: Compulsory for PDO and Contractor first line supervisors* and/or managers responsible for the operational management of driving activities, and Contractor HSE Advisers.

Attendance Pre-requisites: st Supervisory staff employed pre-1 September 2009 PDO Approved HSE passport with entries for: o HSE induction course attendance confirmed. o DD01 or DD02 course attendance confirmed. o HSE Tools & skills course st o Safety Leadership for 1 line Supervisors. st Supervisory staff employed post-31 August 2009 o PDO Approved HSE passport o Confirmed competency in Modules 1 ­ 7 of core HSE Learning Ladder courses, i.e. HSE Induction H2S (unless de-selected) IFR (unless de-selected) Dealing with Hazards & Risks (nonsupervisory staff) or HSE Tools & Skills (Supervisory staff) DD01 or DD02 course / permit Coaching, Mentoring & Competence Assessment st Safety Leadership for 1 line Supervisors Confirmed achievement of core HSE competence in-field. Minimum of 3 months experience in the work place within PDOs concession area. PPE: Course Duration: Re-certification: Course Language: None required 8 hours Competence re-assessment at 2 yearly intervals. Arabic, English, Hindi

*NOTE: A Supervisor is a person who supervises the work of at least 2 other persons in the workplace.

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house Minimum Course Competency standards: On completion of the course, the assessed competencies shall include, but not be limited to, the delegate being able to: Define the role, responsibilities and accountability of PDO contract holders, PDO and Contractor Supervisory personnel, with respect to Safe Journey Management. Describe the main elements and applications of the Safe Journey Management system. Given PDOs SJM Planning maps, plan complex journeys including necessary rest stops for different vehicle types, and complete a SJM plan with relevant comments. Identify the sources of information concerning road state, weather and other relevant factors that should be considered by a SJ manager, and advised to drivers being managed. Describe how IVMS can assist a Safe Journey Manager to achieve his role. Demonstrate, through simulation or role play, the application of the procedure to change a Journey Management Plan when transport is diverted to additional sites by the client after arrival at the original destination. Demonstrate through simulation or role play, the application of PDOs emergency procedure to a managed journey.

Course Content Definition of SJM Responsibilities of Authorising person, Journey Manager and Driver Emergency Procedures: Incident or Crash, Breakdown, Overdue / Lost Man Completion Procedures, Audits, Exemptions Graded Roads, Windrows Driving Hours, Weather, Fatigue Locations ­ interior, coast Convoy Procedures, Vehicle Checklist, TREM Card Journey Plans, Journey Management Points Multi Destination Journeys Competency Assessment Method: Competency is determined by a combination of formative assessments of demonstrated skills, knowledge and understanding during the course, and a summative assessment from n a 40 minute written or oral test on knowledge and understanding. Re-certification: The competence of Safe Journey Managers will be re-assessed, against the same competency requirements, at 2 yearly intervals. SJM Trainers: The minimum criteria for SJM trainers are: Formal qualification (e.g. degree or diploma) as a driver trainer by a PDO recognised Institution, and A minimum of 3 years experience as a Journey Management Supervisor or 5 years experience in a transport supervisory capacity, and Fluent in the language of the target audience.

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Course Program TIME SESSION CONTENT LOCATION REMARKS

0730 - 0740

Admin

Welcome and Introduction Course Overview & Objectives Course Administration Roles and Responsibilities ­ Authorising Person, Journey Manager, Driver. Exemptions. Emergency procedures ­ Incident, crash, breakdown, man lost Lunch TREM Card, Convoy procedures, vehicle checklist Factors affecting Journey Management Plans ­ weather, roads, location, dust Journey Plans, Journey Management Points, Multi Destination Journeys Break Theory HSE Passport / Close Course

Training Room

By Trainer.

0740 - 0930 0930 - 0940 0940 - 1200 1200 - 1300 1300 - 1400 1400 - 1445 1445 - 1545 1545 - 1600 1600 - 1645 1645 - 1715

Session 1 Break Session 2

Training Room Training Room Training Room Graded Road Graded Road Training Room Training Room

By Trainer.

By Trainer.

Session 3 Session 4 Session 5

By Trainer. By Trainer.

With Trainer

Assessment Admin

Course Certification: The course should be accredited and re-certified at least every 4 years by an accrediting body accepted by PDOs Corporate Road Safety focal point, such as IMI, RTITB, B.Tech.

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HSE SAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR FIRST LINE SUPERVISORS

Course Aims

The course aims: To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with an awareness of their HSE responsibilities in respect of: Hazard and Effects Management Process (HEMP) Common work place hazards Safe systems of work Hearts and Minds tools Occupational Health The environment Competence Risk Communications

Course Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

The practical objectives will be covered using site visits to actual or simulated workplaces and using simulated incident scenarios and role playing techniques.

The time allocated to each subject area will be approximately as detailed in the table below:

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Subject Area Hazard and Effects Management Process (HEMP) Common work place hazards Safe systems of work Hearts and Minds tools Occupational Health The environment Competence Risk Communication Course administration procedures TOTAL

Time in Hours 6 6 2 8 8 4 1 4 1 40

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for PDO or Contractor Supervisors before being allocated direct responsibility for operational activities and Contractor/SubContractor supervision.

Note: In this specification `supervisor' means any staff member with supervisory responsibility over 2 or more workers e.g. foreman, charge hand, team leader, supervisor, manager. Attendance Pre-requisites: Core HSE Induction ProgrammeHSE Learning Ladder courses Job Hazard Analysis (Desirable - but could be done at a later date if necessary)

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Prior Experience: Staff who have undergone prior relevant training, either within the PDO environment or in another company/country, may be given a waiver in respect of this course providing the following conditions are met: The training should have been formal HSE for Supervisor training covering a majority of the content of this course.

The staff member has been successfully undertaking a supervisor role for at least 1 year in an oil and gas environment

For PDO staff the waiver decision is made by MSEM or a person appointed by him

For contractor staff the waiver decision is made by an appropriate manager

Any waiver documentation includes specific information in relation to

the claimed relevant formal supervisor training the claimed relevant supervisory experience purpose

Any waiver documentation includes specific information in relation to

All relevant documentation is maintained on file for inspection and audit

Course Duration:

5 3 days

Maximum Attendees:

1630

Refresher:

Not applicable

Course Language:

English, Arabic, Hindi

Course Objectives

Each module description contains the module objectives.

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Competence Assessments

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaires covering all of the knowledge objectives will be utilised as a part of each of the programme modules.

Practical Where practical team exercises are used as part of an individual module, they will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are actively involved in all aspects including the de-briefs.

Individually produced documentation will be retained as evidence of completion of some of the exercises.

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HSE for Supervisors ­ HEMP ModuleSAFETY LEADERSHIP FOR MANAGERS

Module Aims

The module aims: To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with an awareness of their HSE responsibilities in respect of the PDO HSE Management System and the application of the Hazard and Effect Management Process.

Module Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

The practical objectives will be addressed using a simulated work place activity.

Module Objectives

On completion of the module all attendees will be able to:

Explain the basic structure of the PDO HSE Management System Describe the HEMP model and its application in the work place Explain the term As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP) Describe the basic principles of the completion of an HSE Safety Case Explain the concept of Bow Tie diagrams

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Describe the process of applying control measures and explain the hierarchy of controls Describe the process of determining recovery measures for identified hazards in a simulated work place activity Describe the PDO Risk Matrix and use it to classify typical hazards in the work place Carry out the HEMP process on a simulated work place activity and produce a simple Bow Tie diagram to illustrate how the hazard has been assessed and will be controlled

Competence Assessments

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaires covering all of the knowledge objectives.

Practical Practical team exercises will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are actively involved in all aspects including the de-briefs.

Individually produced documentation will be retained as evidence of completion of some of the exercises.

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HSE for Supervisors ­ Common LEADERSHIP FOR EXECUTIVES

Hazards

ModuleSAFETY

Module Aims

The module aims: To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with an awareness of their HSE responsibilities in respect of some of the common hazards to be found in the work place i.e.:

oElectricity oFire oMachinery oChemicals oSlips, trips and falls oConfined Spaces oConstruction

Module Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

Module Objectives

On completion of the module all attendees will be able to:

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Describe the risks associated with the following common hazards found in the work place:

oElectricity oFire oMachinery oChemicals oSlips, trips and falls oConstruction ­ working at height, working below ground, excavations

Describe the various hard and soft controls options to protect people from the common hazards Explain the role of the supervisor in relation to the maintenance of controls of these hazards

Competence Assessments

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaires covering all of the knowledge objectives.

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HSE for Supervisors ­ Safe Systems of Work Module DEALING WITH HAZARDS & RISKS

Module Aims

The module aims: To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with an awareness of their responsibilities in respect of the development and maintenance of safe systems of work.

Module Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

The practical objectives will be addressed using a site inspection of an actual or simulated work place activity.

Module Objectives

On completion of the module all attendees will be able to: Describe the HSE responsibilities of employers prescribed in Oman legislation Explain how the principles of a Safe System of Work and are applied within PDO with emphasis on:

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oCorporate Policy oGuidance documents available oThe role of Job Hazard Analysis oThe Worksite Hazard information Management System (WHIMS) oThe principles of the PDO Permit To Work system oWork place safety inspections

Carry out a work site inspection of an actual or a simulated work site

Competence Assessments

Knowledge and understanding There is no summative assessment for this module.

Practical Practical team exercises will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are actively involved in all aspects including the de-briefs.

Individually produced documentation will be retained as evidence of completion of some of the exercises.

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HSE for Supervisors ­ Hearts and Minds ModuleCOACHING, MENTORING & COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT

Module Aims

The module aims: To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with an awareness of the Hearts and Minds tools available within PDO i.e.: Understanding your culture Managing rule breaking Making change last Improving supervision Achieving situation awareness Seeing yourself as others see you Working safely Driving for excellence

Note: The Risk Assessment Matrix is covered in the HSE for Supervisors HEMP Module

Module Structure

The Hearts and Mind tools brochures and other materials will be worked through in group sessions along with some individual activities. The module is experiential and attendees will be encouraged to participate in all exercises and de-briefs.

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Competence Assessment

There is no summative assessment for this module.

The practical team exercises will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are actively involved in all of the activities as well as the de-briefs.

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HSE for Supervisors ­ Occupational Health Module

Module Aims

The module aims: To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with an awareness of their responsibilities in respect of the principal elements of the health management system, work related and life style related health issues.

Module Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

Module Objectives

On completion of the module all attendees will be able to:

Define Occupational Management System.

Health

and

the

Occupational

Health

Demonstrate an awareness and basic interpretation of the PDO Health Specifications Define common occupational illnesses and non-accidental death cases and the common causes of sickness related work absence Description of acute and long term adverse health effects

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Demonstrate an awareness of lifestyle issues including stress, diet and physical activity. Explain Minimum Health Management Standards, specifically HRA. Describe examples of health hazards (e.g. Chemical, physical, ergonomics/manual handling, biological, psychological & lifestyle) and how they affect worker health. Demonstrate an understanding of the routes of entry contaminants into the body (inhalation, skin, eyes, ingestion) of

Demonstrate an awareness of exposure limits for physical and chemical hazards e.g. noise, vibration, chemicals e.g. H2S, Benzene, VOC's, dusts. Describe types of airborne contaminants (gases, vapours, dusts) and respiratory hazards Demonstrate an awareness of Material safety Data Sheets (MSDS), labels & where to find chemical information Describe how to identify substances which are known carcinogens, respiratory and skin sensitisers and those which can cause dermatitis. Describe measures to control health hazards using the hierarchy of controls. Describe the effects of poor manual handling and incorrect office ergonomics and how to control the risk of adverse health effects.

Competence Assessments

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaires covering all of the knowledge objectives.

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HSE for Supervisors ­ The Environment Module

Module Aims

The module aims: To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with an awareness of their responsibilities in respect of environment issues.

Module Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

The practical objectives will be addressed using a simulated work place activity.

Module Objectives

On completion of the module all attendees will be able to:

Demonstrate an understanding of the environmental issues within PDO operations Conduct a general environmental risk assessment of an activity, product or services. Develop control measures for general hazards associated with an activity, product or services.

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Demonstrate an understanding of the various environmental risk and control measure communication.

types

of

Develop knowledge of the specifications of PDO for HSE issues. Demonstrate a basic understanding Environmental Management system. of ISO 14001:1996

Competence Assessments

Knowledge and understanding Written/computer-interactive, multiple choice questionnaires covering all of the knowledge objectives.

Practical Practical team exercises will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are actively involved in all aspects including the de-briefs.

Individually produced documentation will be retained as evidence of completion of some of the exercises.

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HSE for Supervisors ­ Competence Module

Module Aims

The module aims: To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with an awareness issues related to HSE competence of their staff.

Module Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

Module Objectives

On completion of the module all attendees will be able to: Describe the general philosophy of a competence assurance system for personnel carrying out HSE critical tasks Explain the PDO philosophy in relation to HSE competence and training Explain the concept of attitude and the role of behavioral safety related to employee competence Explain the supervisors role in the ongoing assurance of HSE competence

Competence Assessments

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HSE for Supervisors ­ Risk Communication Module

Module Aims

The module aims: To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with knowledge and understanding of basic communication theory To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with knowledge and understanding of the role of attitude and perception in risk communication To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with knowledge and understanding of the importance of two way communication in risk management To provide new PDO and contractor supervisory staff with knowledge, understanding and skill in some risk communication techniques

Module Objectives

On completion of the module all attendees will be able to: Explain basic communication theory Explain the role of attitude and perception in risk communication Explain the importance of two way communication when managing risk Carry out a toolbox talk prior to a simulated work site task Carry out the process of organising and running an local work place HSE meeting

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Module Structure

Theoretical knowledge objectives will be addressed in a classroom environment utilising the provided Basic Learning Package which can be augmented and adapted by the instructor to cater for the aptitude of the attendees as well as catering for any specific functional or operational requirement.

Competence Assessments

Knowledge and understanding There is no summative assessment for this module.

Practical Practical team exercises will be used as formative assessments and it will be ensured that all attendees are actively involved in all aspects including the de-briefs.

Individually produced documentation will be retained as evidence of completion of some of the exercises.

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PART II BD: Driver Training Courses

DEFENSIVE DRIVING IN OMAN LIGHT VEHICLES -- Blacktop Roads (DD01E, DD01A, DD01H) Course Aims and Content

The course is based on the National Safety Council (NSC) Defensive Driving Course for light vehicle drivers, which has been adapted for the driving environment in Oman. The course aims to minimise death, injury and damage resulting from road traffic accidents. The course will increase participant`s defensive driving skills, visual skills, knowledge of vehicle limitations and drivers responsibility to other road users. The course through both classroom and in-vehicle sessions out on the road will provide drivers with an awareness of actual and potential hazards associated with driving on all types of Blacktop Roads in Oman and equips drivers with the necessary defensive driving skills and techniques to recognise these hazards , understand the defence, and act in time. There are ten modules during the two-day course, (day one in the classroom, while 75% of day two is out on the road). The modules cover: 1 Hearts and Minds 2. Driver Condition 3. Common Driving Errors 4. The Driving Environment in Oman 5. See and Survive 6. The Driving Plan 7. Vehicle Safety Systems 8. Before you drive (vehicle checks) 9. Vehicle Control ­ Out on the Road 10. Driver Commitment to being a Defensive Driver During the course there is a test of the driver`s vision and reflexes, aimed at ensuring a driver meets the necessary visual standards. Failure to pass the vision test will result in the driver being referred to a medical practitioner for further assessment. The failed trainee will not be permitted to participate in the practical on road session until such time as he has been certified in writing, to be medically fit to drive, by a medical practitioner.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for ALL PDO and Contractor staff who are required to drive light vehicles in the performance of their work duties. A PDO or Contractor employee required to drive on graded roads must first pass the Defensive Driving - Blacktop Course, prior to proceeding on the graded course. The Defensive Driving Light Vehicle - Blacktop Roads course is also recommended for spouses and other family members who drive in Oman. Attendance Pre-requisites: HSE Induction Course (for PDO and Contractor employees) Valid light vehicle driving license accepted by the Royal Oman Police Course Duration: 16 hours

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house Refresher: None - but there is an annual short assessment drive by a professional driver-trainer (Defensive Driving - Annual Assessment DD-06), after one year and thereafter every two years incorporating vision and reflex testing. Arabic, English and Hindi Course shall be conducted in Muscat and Salalah only.

Course Language: Course Location:

Minimum Course Competency Standards

On completion of the course, the competencies shall include, but not be limited to, the trainee being able to: Describe the various driver attitude types and their behavioural characteristics. Describe the responsibilities of a driver and the possible consequences of bad driving behaviour. Describe the key driver condition issues that impact on safe driving. Describe common driving errors and the driving environment in Oman. Recognise potential and actual hazards and describe and demonstrate appropriate defensive actions towards these. Describe how to maximise use of ones senses to obtain information whilst driving. Describe in- vehicle safety systems. Carry out vehicle checks and in car drills prior to driving. Correctly apply the elements of vehicle control while driving in a variety of road traffic conditions. Demonstrate the phases of the driving plan Demonstrate defensive driving techniques and procedures for driving in a variety of traffic density conditions and differing road types.

Course Competency Assessment

There are two competency assessments during this course: 1. At the completion of the practical session of the course, trainees will be required to undertake an on the road assessment on a one to one basis with an instructor to demonstrate their defensive driving competencies. Failure to demonstrate an adequate competency will result in having to re-attend the course. 2. The classroom assessment will be a multiple choice questionnaire designed in mind of the educational level and language skills of the target audience. This can be presented orally by an instructor to the trainees for non-literate trainees. The Defensive Driving - Blacktop Roads permit will only be issued subject to the trainee passing: 1) the vision/reflex test; 2) the practical on road test; and 3) the written or oral (dependent on literacy level) examination.

Driver Training Provider Information

The Training Provider must hold a current License from the National Safety Council authorising the Training Provider to deliver NSC Approved Defensive Driving Courses.

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house In addition to the above, the Training provider must have either a Training Contract with PDO, or a letter of Authorisation from PDO, authorising their provision of the course. The course size shall be a minimum of nine trainees and a maximum of twelve. The training provider shall therefore have as a minimum, two classrooms each capable of holding twelve trainees in addition to sufficient space for the training aids, projector etc. All course material, oral, visual and written, delivered during the course, shall be as approved and issued by PDO and the NSC. Delivery of all visual material, including videos, must be via a suitable PC and/or video player with sound system, linked through a LCD projector, onto a white screen of at least 2 metres by 2 metres. A session in a seat belt convincer /rollover machine is a compulsory part of the course for each trainee. The Training provider shall also provide the approved visual testing equipment i.e. Manufacturer: Warwick-Evans, Driver Vision Screener, model DVS IIZ, Vehicles for the practical session shall be new (2001 registered or later) saloon cars or estate bodies, driver plus minimum of three passenger seating, minimum 1.8 litre capacity, manual transmission, fitted with ABS and dual airbags. Vehicles shall comply with all PDO HSE vehicle standards and requirements. Routes for the in vehicle practical shall be as per authorised by PDO. The NSC will conduct audits from time to time on behalf of PDO, on the quality of the course delivery and to ensure compliance with approved course material and delivery standards. Failure to comply with these standards shall result in loss of authorisation to provide the course. Coffee, tea and lunch shall be provided by the Training Provider. Course starts at 07.30 each morning for a minimum duration of eight hours per day. Instructor Qualifications & Experience: The instructor shall have, as an absolute minimum, the following qualifications and experience: A current National Safety Council driver trainer license A Vehicle Driving Instructor` certificate from a recognised institution; or, Military Qualified Testing Officer ­ QTO (or equivalent); and, Hold a valid light vehicle Driving License accepted by the Royal Oman Police; and, Be fluent in the language of the target audience; Course Certification: Certified by the National Safety Council. Approved and authorised by PDO Course Re-Certification: Annually

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DEFENSIVE DRIVING IN ­ Blacktop Roads (DD02A, DD02H) Course Aims and Content

OMAN

HEAVY

VEHICLES

The course is based on the National Safety Council (NSC) Defensive Driving Course for Professional Heavy Vehicle Drivers, which has been adapted to the driving environment in Oman. The course aims to minimise death, injury and damage resulting from road traffic accidents. The course will raise participant`s defensive driving skills, visual skills, knowledge of vehicle limitations, and a driver`s responsibility to other road users. The course will provide drivers with an awareness of actual and potential hazards associated with driving on all types of blacktop roads in Oman, and equip drivers with the necessary defensive driving skills and techniques to recognise these hazards, understand the appropriate response and act in time. There are ten modules during the two-day course (day one in the classroom, while 75% of day two is spent out on the road). The modules cover: 1 Hearts and Minds 2. Driver Condition 3. Common driving Errors 4. The Driving Environment in Oman 5. See and Survive 6. The Driving Plan 7. Vehicle Safety Systems 8. Before you drive (vehicle checks) 9. Vehicle Control ­ Out on the Road 10. Driver Commitment to being a Defensive Driver During the course there is a test of the driver`s vision and reflexes, aimed at ensuring a driver meets the necessary visual standards. Failure to pass the vision test will result in the driver being referred to a medical practitioner for further assessment. The failed trainee will not be permitted to participate in the practical on road session until such time as he has been certified in writing, to be medically fit to drive, by a medical practitioner.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for ALL PDO and Contractor staff who are required to drive Heavy vehicles (Heavy Goods or Heavy buses) in the performance of their work duties. A PDO or Contractor employee required to drive heavy vehicles on graded roads must first pass the Defensive Driving- Heavy Vehicles - Blacktop Course, prior to proceeding on the graded course. Attendance Pre-requisites: HSE Induction Course (for PDO and Contractor employees) Valid Heavy vehicle driving license accepted by the Royal Oman Police Course Duration: Refresher: 16 hours

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None - but there is an annual short assessment drive by a professional driver-trainer Defensive Driving ­ Annual Assessment DD-06), after one year and thereafter every two

years incorporating vision and reflex testing. Course Language: Course Location: Arabic, and Hindi Course shall be conducted in Muscat and Salalah only.

Minimum Course Competency Standards

On completion of the course, the competencies shall include, but not be limited to, the trainee being able to: Describe the various driver attitude types and their behavioural characteristics. Describe the responsibilities of a heavy vehicle driver and the possible consequences of bad driving behaviour. Describe the key driver condition issues that impact on safe driving. Describe common driving errors and the driving environment in Oman. Recognise potential and actual hazards and describe and demonstrate appropriate defensive actions towards these. Describe how to maximise use of ones senses to obtain information whilst driving. Describe in-vehicle safety systems. Carry out vehicle checks and in vehicle drills prior to driving. Correctly apply the elements of vehicle control while driving in a variety of road traffic conditions. Demonstrate the phases of the driving plan Demonstrate defensive driving techniques and procedures for driving heavy vehicles in a variety of traffic density conditions and on differing road types.

Course Competency Assessment

There are two competency assessments during this course: 1. At the completion of the practical session of the course, trainees will be required to undertake a driving assessment on a one to one basis with an instructor to demonstrate their defensive driving competencies. Failure to demonstrate an adequate competency will result in having to re-attend the course. 2. The classroom assessment will be a multiple choice questionnaire designed in mind of the educational level and language skills of the target audience. This can be presented orally by an instructor to the trainees for non-literate trainees. The Defensive Driving Heavy Vehicle-Blacktop road permit will only be issued subject to the trainee passing 1) the vision/reflex test; 2) the practical on road test; and 3) the written or oral (dependent on literacy level) examination.

Driver Training Provider Information

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house addition, the Training provider must have either a Training Contract with PDO, or a letter of authorisation from PDO, authorising their provision of the course. The course size shall be a minimum of nine trainees and a maximum of twelve. The training provider shall therefore have as a minimum, two classrooms each capable of holding twelve trainees in addition to sufficient space for the training aids, projector etc. All course material (oral, visual and written) delivered during the course, shall be as approved and issued by PDO and the NSC. Delivery of all visual material, including videos, must be via a suitable PC and/or video player with sound system, linked through a LCD projector, onto a white screen of at least 2 metres by 2 metres. A session in a seat belt convincer /rollover machine is a compulsory part of the course for each trainee. The Training provider shall also provide approved visual testing equipment (i.e. manufacturer: Warwick-Evans, Driver Vision Screener, model DVS IIZ). Vehicles for the practical session shall be new (2001 registered or later) saloon cars or estate bodies, with: driver plus minimum of three passengers seating; minimum 1.8 litre capacity; manual transmission; and fitted with ABS and dual airbags. Vehicles shall comply with all PDO HSE vehicle standards and requirements. Routes for the in-vehicle practical shall be as per authorised by PDO. The NSC will conduct audits from time to time on behalf of PDO, on the quality of the course delivery and to ensure compliance with approved course material and delivery standards. Failure to comply with these standards shall result in loss of authorisation to provide the course. Course starts at 07.30 each morning for a minimum duration of eight hours per day. The Training Provider shall provide coffee, tea and lunch. Instructor Qualifications and Experience: The instructor shall have, as an absolute minimum, the following qualifications and experience: A current National Safety Council driver trainer license; A Vehicle Driving Instructor` certificate from a recognised institution, or Military Qualified Testing Officer ­ QTO (or equivalent); Hold a valid light vehicle driving license accepted by the Royal Oman Police; and, Be fluent in the language of the target audience.

Course Certification:

Certified by the National Safety Council. Approved and authorised by PDO. Course Re-certification: annually

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DEFENSIVE DRIVING - Graded Roads - for Heavy and Light Vehicle Drivers (DD03E, DD03A, DD03H) Course Aims and Content

This course aims to provide drivers of both light and heavy vehicles with the knowledge and skills required to drive defensively on graded roads by building on the defensive driving knowledge and skills already obtained by the course participant having attended and passed the relevant (either light or heavy) NSC Defensive Driving - Blacktop Roads Course. The course consists of the following four modules: Driving environment Vehicle control on graded roads Defences and recovery measures Out on the road (practical) Upon successful completion of the course and a pass grade in the assessment of Course Competency Standards, an endorsement is made on the successful participants PDO Defensive Driving Blacktop permit which also authorises the driver to drive on graded roads.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all PDO and Contractor personnel who are required to drive light or heavy vehicles on graded roads in Oman as part of performing their job. Attendance Pre-requisites: HSE Induction Course Valid vehicle driving license accepted by the Royal Oman Police Defensive Driving Permit-Blacktop roads (heavy or light) Course Duration: Refresher: 5 hours

None-but there is an annual short assessment drive by a professional driver-trainer (Defensive Driving ­ Annual Assessment DD-06 after one year and thereafter every two

years incorporating vision and reflex testing. Course Language: Course Location: Arabic, English and Hindi Course is conducted in interior locations.

Minimum Course Competency Standards

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house On completion of the course, the competencies shall include, but not be limited to, the trainee being able to: Recognise and identify actual and potential hazards encountered whilst driving on graded roads. know the correct defences in order to take timely evasive action. Describe the key regulations for driving vehicles on graded roads. Explain how the handling characteristics of light and heavy vehicles, harsh driving styles and different road conditions, can affect vehicle control.

Course Competency Assessment

At the completion of the course, attendees will be required to undertake both a classroom and practical assessment, created against the course competencies. The classroom assessment shall be suitable for the level of formal education and language skills of the target audience. The practical assessment will include testing of the skill based course competencies. Attendees shall demonstrate the ability to drive a vehicle on graded roads to the required standards of competency. On meeting course competency requirements a stamp authorising the driver to drive on graded roads is placed on the Defensive Driving Permit - Blacktop Roads.

Driver Training Provider Information

The Training Provider must hold a current License from the National Safety Council authorising the Training Provider to deliver NSC Approved Defensive Driving Courses. In addition, the Training provider must have either a Training Contract, or a letter of authorisation, from PDO, authorising their provision of the course. All course material (oral, visual and written) delivered during the course, shall be as approved and issued by PDO and the NSC. Delivery of all visual material, including videos, must be via a suitable PC and/or video player with sound system, linked through a LCD projector, onto a white screen of at least 2 metres by 2 metres. The NSC will conduct audits from time to time on behalf of PDO, on the quality of the course delivery and to ensure compliance with approved course material and delivery standards. Failure to comply with these standards shall result in loss of authorisation to provide the course. Vehicles for the practical session shall be either 4X2, 4x4 light vehicles ­for those trainees with light vehicle permits, or double cab Canter or similar light trucks for those with Heavy permits. (It is recognised that Canters are not heavy vehicles, however, these are suited to the task of teaching defensive driver skills). All vehicles shall be compliant with current PDO vehicle standards.

Instructor Qualifications and Experience: The instructor shall have, as an absolute minimum, the following qualifications and experience:

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house A current National Safety Council driver trainer license; A Vehicle Driving Instructor` certificate from a recognised institution, or Military Qualified Testing Officer ­ QTO (or equivalent); Hold a valid light or heavy vehicle Driving License accepted by the Royal Oman Police; and Be fluent in the language of the target audience.

Course Certification:

Certified by the National Safety Council. Approved and authorised by PDO. Course Re-certification: annually.

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DEFENSIVE DRIVING ­ BULK TANKER MODULE (light and heavy) (DD04A, DD04H,) Course Aims and Content

This short course builds on the already obtained competencies of the Defensive Driving Permit (light or heavy). The course provides drivers of both light and heavy bulk liquid tanker vehicles (including vacuum tanker drivers) with the additional competency required to drive bulk liquid tankers. In addition, the course ensures that drivers are aware of, and adapt their defensive driving techniques to take into account of the particular load behaviour characteristics of bulk liquids compared to dry cargo. The course includes an assessment of the driving knowledge and skills required to qualify for a PDO Tanker Driving Permit. Modules: 1 Tanker Handling Characteristic 2. Correct defensive driving Techniques 3. Practical Session and Assessment

Upon successful completion of the course and a pass grade in the assessment of Course Competency Standards, the driver`s Defensive Driver Permit (heavy or light) will be endorsed authorising the driving of bulk tankers (heavy or light) dependent on the type of ROP licence held.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all PDO and Contractor personnel who are required to drive light or heavy bulk liquid tankers, including vacuum tankers, on blacktop or graded roads in Oman as part of performing their job. Attendance Pre-requisites: HSE Induction Course Valid vehicle driving license accepted by the Royal Oman Police Defensive Driving Permit-Blacktop roads.(Heavy or Light) Course Duration: Refresher: Course Language: Training Locations: 4 hours None Arabic, English and Hindi Muscat, Salalah, Interior

Minimum Course Competency Standards

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house On completion of the course, the competencies shall include, but not be limited to, the trainee being able to: Describe the key differences between dry bulk goods and bulk liquids as a cargo, and how these differences impact vehicle handling. Recognise the load characteristics of bulk liquids that can contribute to loss of control and road traffic accidents. Explain how the handling characteristics of tanker vehicles, harsh driving styles and different road conditions, can affect vehicle control. Describe and demonstrate the defensive vehicle control measures necessary to drive bulk tankers competently. Demonstrate correct driving techniques when braking, gear changing, and driving downhill or changing direction to the standards required for the issue of a PDO.

Driver Training Provider Information

The Training Provider must hold a current License from the National Safety Council authorising the Training Provider to deliver NSC Approved Defensive Driving Courses. In addition to the above, the Training provider must have either a Contract, or a letter of authorisation, from PDO authorising their provision of the course. All course material (oral, visual and written) delivered during the course, shall be as approved and issued by PDO and the NSC. Delivery of all visual material, including videos, must be via a suitable PC and/or video player with sound system, linked through a LCD projector, onto a white screen of at least 2 metres by 2 metres. The trainee`s company shall provide tankers for the course. The NSC will conduct audits from time to time on behalf of PDO, on the quality of the course delivery and to ensure compliance with approved course material and delivery standards. Failure to comply with these standards shall result in loss of authorisation to provide the course. The Training Provider shall provide tea and coffee services Instructor Qualifications and Experience: The instructor shall have, as an absolute minimum, the following qualifications and experience: A current National Safety Council driver trainer license. A Vehicle Driving Instructor` certificate from a recognised institution. Military Qualified Testing Officer ­ QTO (or equivalent). Hold a valid light and or heavy vehicle Driving License accepted by the Royal Oman Police. Be fluent in the language of the target audience.

Course Certification:

Certified by the National Safety Council. Course Re-certification: annually.

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DEFENSIVE DRIVING ­ BUS MODULE (light and heavy) (DD05A, DD05H,) Course Aims and Content

This short course builds on the already obtained competencies of the Defensive Driving Permit (Light or Heavy) and aims to provide drivers of both light and heavy buses with the additional competency required to drive buses. In particular to ensure that drivers are aware of, and adapt their defensive driving techniques to take into account the particular load behaviour characteristics of passengers. The course includes an assessment of the driving knowledge and skills required to qualify for a PDO Defensive Bus Driver Permit Modules: 1 Bus Handling Characteristics and Passenger Safety 2. Correct defensive driving Techniques 3. Practical Session and Assessment

Upon successful completion of the course and a pass grade in the assessment of Course Competency Standards, the driver`s Defensive Driver Permit (Heavy or Light) will be endorsed authorising the driving of buses ­heavy or light dependent on the type of ROP licence held.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all PDO and Contractor personnel who are required to drive light or heavy buses on blacktop or graded roads in Oman as part of performing their job. Attendance Pre-requisites: HSE Induction Course Valid vehicle driving license accepted by the Royal Oman Police Defensive Driving Permit - Blacktop Roads (heavy or light) Course Duration: Refresher: Course Language: Training Locations: 3 hours None Arabic and Hindi Muscat, Salalah, Interior

Minimum Course Competency Standards

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house On completion of the course, the competencies shall include, but not be limited to, the trainee being able to: Describe the safety measures and procedures to take when loading and unloading passengers. Recognise the characteristics of passengers that can contribute to road traffic accidents. Explain how the handling characteristics of buses, harsh driving styles and different road conditions can affect vehicle control. Describe passenger courtesy issues. Describe and demonstrate the defensive vehicle control measures necessary to drive buses competently. Demonstrate correct driving techniques when braking, gear changing, and driving downhill or changing direction to the standards required for the issue of a PDO bus driving permit. On successfully demonstrating course competency on the practical driving test and achieving a pass rate on a short oral test, the driver`s PDO Defensive Driving Permit will be endorsed authorising the driving of light or heavy buses dependent on the type of ROP licence held.

Driver Training Provider Information

The Training Provider must hold a current License from the National Safety Council authorising the Training Provider to deliver NSC Approved Defensive Driving Courses. In addition, the Training provider must have either a Contract, or a letter of Authorisation, from PDO, authorising their provision of the course. All course material (oral, visual and written) delivered during the course, shall be as approved and issued by PDO and the NSC. Delivery of all visual material, including videos, must be via a suitable PC and/or video player with sound system, linked through a LCD projector, onto a white screen of at least 2 metres by 2 metres. The vehicle for the practical session shall be provided by the Trainee`s company. The NSC will conduct audits from time to time on behalf of PDO, on the quality of the course delivery and to ensure compliance with approved course material and delivery standards. Failure to comply with these standards shall result in loss of authorisation to provide the course. Instructor Qualifications and Experience: The instructor shall have, as an absolute minimum, the following qualifications and experience: A current National Safety Council driver trainer license A Vehicle Driving Instructor` certificate from a recognised institution; or, Military Qualified Testing Officer ­ QTO (or equivalent); and, Hold a valid light and or heavy vehicle Driving License accepted by the Royal Oman Police; and, Be fluent in the language of the target audience;

Course Certification:

Certified by the National Safety Council. Approved and authorised by PDO.

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DEFENSIVE DRIVING ­ ANNUAL ASSESSMENT (DD06E, DD06A, DD06H) Course Aims and Content

This short re-assessment module of two hours duration is to re-assess driver`s defensive driving competencies, annually, to ensure that drivers have retained their defensive driving knowledge and competency levels having previously met the competencies of the Defensive Driving Permit. The re-assessment is conducted one year after completing the initial DDC training and every two years thereafter incorporating vision and reflex testing. Modules: 1. Revision of Defensive Driving Principles 2. Practical Session and Assessment

Upon successful completion of the course and a pass grade in the assessment of Course Competency Standards, the driver`s Defensive Driver Permit (heavy or light) will be endorsed with the re-assessment stamp.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for all PDO and Contractor personnel who are required to drive light or heavy vehicles on blacktop or graded roads in Oman as part of performing their job. Attendance Pre-requisites: HSE Induction Course Valid vehicle driving license accepted by the Royal Oman Police Defensive Driving Permit-Blacktop roads (heavy or light) Course Duration: Refresher: Course Language: Training Locations: 2 hours None Arabic, English and Hindi Muscat, Salalah, Interior, Job Sites (e.g. rigs)

Minimum Course Competency Standards

On completion of the re-assessment, the competencies shall include, but not be limited to, the driver under assessment being able to: Demonstrate retention of defensive driving knowledge and defensive driving skills. Demonstrate defensive driving skills out on the road to the satisfaction of the professional assessor.

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Driver Training Provider Information

The Training Provider must hold a current License from the National Safety Council authorising the Training Provider to deliver NSC Approved Defensive Driving Courses. In addition, the Training provider must have either a Contract, or a letter of Authorisation, from PDO, authorising their provision of the course. Any course material (oral, visual and written) delivered during the course, shall be as approved and issued by PDO and the NSC. Visual testing shall be carried out utilising the PDO approved testing equipment. The vehicle for the practical assessment shall either be provided by the Training Provider or by the driver`s company. The assessment should be carried out in the type of vehicle normally driven by the driver thus normally the vehicle shall be supplied by the drivers company. Practical Assessment can take place during a driver`s normal working day. The NSC will conduct audits from time to time on behalf of PDO, on the quality of the course delivery and to ensure compliance with approved course material and delivery standards. Failure to comply with these standards shall result in loss of authorisation to provide the course. Instructor Qualifications & Experience: The instructor shall have, as an absolute minimum, the following qualifications and experience: A current National Safety Council driver trainer license. A Vehicle Driving Instructor` certificate from a recognised institution. Military Qualified Testing Officer ­ QTO (or equivalent). Hold a valid light and or heavy vehicle Driving License accepted by the Royal Oman Police. Be fluent in the language of the target audience.

Course Certification

Certified by the National Safety Council. Approved and authorised by PDO. Course Re-certification: annually.

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SAFE JOURNEY MANAGEMENT (LXE970, LXA970, LXH970) Course Aims

The aim of this course is to impart to each course nominee their roles, responsibilities and accountabilities with respect to safe journey management of transport operations to ensure that the risks and accidents are reduced, and to enable suitable and swift emergency response in case of an emergency.

Planning Information

Target Population: Compulsory for PDO and Contractor personnel who are responsible for the operational management of driving activities, and Contractor HSE Advisors. Attendance Pre-requisites: Course Duration: Refresher: Course Language: HSE Induction Course 8 hours None Arabic, English and Hindi

Minimum Course Competency Standards

On completion of the course, the competencies shall include, but not be limited to, the trainee being able to: Define the role, responsibilities and accountabilities of PDO Contract Holders, PDO and Contractor Supervisory personnel, with respect to Safe Journey Management. Describe the main elements and applications of the Safe Journey Management System. Plan complex journeys using PDO journey time map including necessary rest stops. The procedure to change the Journey Plan when a truck is diverted to additional sites (e.g. rigs) by client after arrival at original destination.

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Course Competency Assessment

At the completion of the course, attendees will be required to undertake both a class-room and practical assessment, created against the course competencies. The classroom assessment will be a multiple choice questionnaire designed in mind of the educational level and language skills of the target audience, and shall include questions on the following: Duties and responsibilities of a Journey Manager and a Journey Authoriser. Driver fitness. Vehicle inspection and check lists. Hazards on both blacktop and graded roads. Driver rest requirements. Road Map(s) and applicable speed limits. Journey Plan changes-en route procedures to ensure journey is still managed correctly. Material loading in vehicles Hazardous material awareness & transport emergency cards (TREM) Actions to be taken in the event of an emergency on road. The practical assessment will include simulation testing of the skill based course competencies. Actual Journey Planning: Simulated Trip(s), pre-trip discussion with driver and filling in of Journey Plan(s). Following the above assessment, an on the job assessment of their knowledge and skills shall be undertaken by the line manager through toolbox Q&A sessions and observation of journey management skills in the workplace. Instructor Qualifications and Experience: The instructor shall have, as an absolute minimum, the following qualifications and experience: Formal qualification (e.g. degree, diploma) as a training instructor by a PDO recognised institution; and Minimum three years experience as a Journey Management Supervisor or five years experience in a transport supervisory capacity. Fluent in language of target audience.

Course Certification

Certified by a UK Awarding Body such as IMI, RTITB, Btech (or equivalent). Re-certification: at least every 4 years.

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APPENDIX ONE1:

ATP APPROVALS PROCESS

Part I - HSE-SD COURSES & Part II - DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSES

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APPENDIX 1, PART I ­ HSE-SD TRAINING COURSES

1.0 APPROVED HSE TRAINING PROVIDER APPROVALS PROCESS

This process relates to approvals for HSE Training and Assessment only. The process for Defensive Driving training differs slightly and all approvals are dealt with as special cases by through the Corporate MSE Defensive Driving Focal Point, currently MSE15. 1.1 Application for approval For a Training Provider to be approved to supply HSE Training and Assessment services to PDO contractor staff an application will need to be made to the PDO`s Corporate HSE Training Focal Point, currently HLD8. The application must include: 1. For commercial Training Institutes, a copy of the certificate of approval from the Ministry of Manpower that the company is registered as an Institute to deliver vocational training courses, and at which location(s). 1.2. For all Training Providers, a copy of the Municipal and Royal Omani Police approvals to conduct vocational training that involves practical work external to the building, i.e firefighting, H2S escape exercises etc. 3. Any other approvals that are relevant to the proposed training activities, for example, Ministry of Environment, in regards to disposal of materials and run-off from the proposed activities. 1.4. Detail of the courses and/or assessments, linked specifyingwith instructor names for each, for which approval is being sought. 2.5. Documentation to substantiate the qualifications and experience of the instructor staff and Training Manager ­. Iin cases where claims of any comparable or equivalent qualifications are made, they should be complete and clearthe documentation should demonstrate clearly how they are equivalent or comparable against the specified qualifications in this document (see 2.1.1) 3.6. Details of any permanent training facility that is intended to be utilised for the delivery of the services. 4.7. A copy of the HSE Management System and the Hazard and Effects Management Assessments that have been carried out in respect of any known hazards at the location(s) to be used. ­ it It is expected that there will be further assessments as and when additional locations, including temporary locations, are utilisedproposed for use. All assessments must be documented and retained for audit. 5.8. A copy of the Administration documentation explaining the HSE training and assessment administration systems and procedures to be adopted to provide quality assurance. 5.9. Details of the Continuing Professional Development system that training staff must follow. The process is ongoing and changes related to any of the submitted documentation must be submitted to the PDO`s Corporate HSE Training Focal Point. 1.2 Approvals All approvals shall be given in writing (usually be email) and a record maintained on the PDO MSE HSE Training web site.

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2.1

REQUIRED STAFF QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Introduction The philosophy of training staff competence assurance is largely reliant upon external, third party certification supported by appropriate periods of sector experience. The requirements here should must be seen as a the minimum and individuals may alternatively or additionally be required to demonstrate competence to the satisfaction of the Company.

2.1.1 Equivalent Qualifications The question of comparability of qualifications will be treated on a case by case basis. Whenever Company agreement is sought to recognise a particular professional qualification the following criteria should be considered and any support documentation should demonstrate that majority comparability, with the example qualifications listed, exists. Comprehensive and detailed documentation should be provided to establish the necessary comparability. Where certificates are referred to, copies of originals shall be provided, annotated and signed by the Contractor confirming that the original document has been inspected. The Company may require sight of the original documentation to support a claim at any time. To establish the required majority comparability, the qualification being considered should be investigated to establish that it possesses the following characteristics: Comparable learning methods Comparable contact/learning hours Comparable assessment methods Comparable instructor qualification requirements Recognised reciprocity by significant International organisations e.g. The Health and Safety Executive in UK, Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.

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Training Manager

The Training Manager shall possess the following:

Minimum - HSE Qualifications/Experience

Minimum - Training/Assessment Qualifications/Experience Internationally recognised Trainer qualification at a level equivalent to or better than the City and Guilds 1106 International Trainer Diploma IVQ2 Plus 1 2 years experience in the training, assessment and its management of training and assessment, and Internationally recognised Assessor qualification equivalent to or better than the UK NVQ V1 (D34). OR Internationally recognised Trainer qualification at a level equivalent to or better than the City and Guilds 1106 Trainer Certificate, and Internationally recognised Assessor qualification equivalent or better than the UK NVQ A1+A2 (D32/ D33) and working towards the City and Guilds 1106 International Trainer Diploma IVQ2 or equivalent and NVQ V1 (D34). Plus 3 years relevant experience in training, assessment and its the management of training and assessment

Internationally recognised HSE qualification at a level equivalent to or better than International NEBOSH Certificate or UK NVQ Level 3 in Occupational Safety & Health Plus 1 3 years experience in an HSE Adviser or HSE Manager role

Training Managers already in position at the date of publication of this document who do not fully comply with these minimum qualifications, will be required to obtain the qualifications before 31st December 2010.

2.2.1 Mandatory course attendances for Training Managers Within 3 months of appointment or before 31st December 2009, Training Managers must attend and have successfully achieved competency in the following PDO courses : HSE Tools & Skills Coaching, Mentoring & Competence Assessment Safety Leadership for Managers Where an existing Training Manager is approved to deliver these courses and is doing so, an assessment of competence should be carried out by a peer trainer, and the result documented in order for compliance to be achieved.

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Levels of Courses and assessments

Courses are grouped into two categories: Levels 1 and 2 requiring specific qualifications and experience. The levels are:

Level 1 Courses and assessments HSE Induction H2S Gas Testing SCBA Initial Fire Response Chemical Handling Basic Life Support Contractors HSE InductionsDealing with Hazards and Risks

Level 2 Courses and assessments HSE for SupervisorsSafety Leadership for Front Line Supervisors Safety Leadership for Managers Safety Leadership for Executives Incident Investigation Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)HSE Tools & Skills PTW (Holder) PTW (Signatory) PTW Auditors NORM for Supervisors NORM Awareness NORM Technician

2.4

Instructors

Trainers who are already employed by Institutes or contracting companies approved to deliver PDO`s HSE programs in house at the date of publication of this document, and who do not presently hold the minimum qualifications criteria specified in this document, must achieve the minimum qualifications before 31st December 2010. Existing Level 1I trainers wishing to be approved as Level II trainers will be required to achieve the minimum criteria for Level II trainers in this document before approval will be considered. Newly appointed trainers must fully comply with the minimum criteria in this document. As part of the conditions of maintaining their Approval by PDO, Trainers will be required to attend workshops run by PDO from time-to-time as part of their Continuing Professional Development (CPD). 2.4.1 Mandatory course attendances for Instructors & Trainers Irrespective of the courses they will deliver, all newly appointed trainers must attend and successfully achieve competency in the following PDO courses. Before 31st December 2009, all presently Approved trainers must successfully attend and achieve competency in the following PDO courses. Where an existing Trainer is approved to deliver these courses and is doing so, an assessment of competence should be carried out by a peer trainer (with the exception of the STOP trainer training which will be assessed by PDO), and the result documented in order for compliance to be achieved: HSE Tools & Skills Coaching, Mentoring & Competence Assessment Safety Leadership for Supervisors PDO STOP system Trainer training (not applicable to trainers who are exclusive to BLS training) Newly appointed trainers must attend and successfully achieve competency in all of the courses they are to deliver, before Approval to deliver will be considered.

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house Newly appointed Basic Life Support Trainers must also attend and successfully achieve competency in PDO`s HSE Induction course before they will be Approved to deliver BLS training.

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house 2.4.12 Instructors at Level 11I To be approved to deliver Level 1 HSE training courses or assessments an instructor shall possess the following:

Minimum - HSE Qualifications/Experience Minimum - Training/Assessment Qualifications/Experience Internationally recognised Trainer qualification at a level equivalent to or better than the City and Guilds 1106 International Trainer Certificate Award (Practical unit) and working towards the City and Guilds International Trainer Certificate And Internationally recognised Assessor qualification equivalent or better than UK NVQ A1 and A2 (D32 and D33) And Approved as a STOP trainer by PDO And Have attended and achieved competency in HSE Tools & Skills, Coaching, Mentoring and competence assessment and Safety Leadership for Supervisors. Plus 1 year experience in training or assessment OR Internationally recognised Assessor qualification at a level equivalent to or better than A1/A2 or D32/D33 Assessors Qualifications Plus 1 year experience in training

Internationally recognised HSE qualification at a level equivalent to or better than International NEBOSH Certificate or UK NVQ Level 3 in Occupational Safety & Health Plus 1 year experience in an HSE Adviser or Manager role OR Internationally recognised HSE qualification at a level equivalent to or better than IOSH Managing Safely and working towards International NEBOSH Certificate or UK NVQ Level 3 in Occupational Safety & Health (to be obtained within 12 months) Plus 3 years experience in an HSE Adviser or Manager role

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house 2.4.23 Life Support Training Instructors To be approved to deliver Life Support training courses an instructor shall possess the following:

Minimum - HSE 1st Aid Qualifications/Experience Minimum - Training/Assessment Qualifications/Experience Internationally recognised Trainer qualification at a level equivalent to or better than the City and Guilds 1106 International Trainer Certificate Award (Practical unit) and working towards the City and Guilds International Trainer Certificate and Internationally recognised Assessor qualification at a level equivalent to or better than UK NVQ A1/A2 or D32/D33 Assessors Qualifications Plus 1 year experience in training or assessment OR Internationally recognised Trainer qualification at a level equivalent to or better than the City and Guilds 1106 International Trainer Award and working towards Internationally recognised Assessor qualification at a level equivalent to or better than UK NVQ A1/A2 or D32/D33 Assessors Qualifications (to be obtained within 12 months) Plus 1 year experience in training OR Internationally recognised First Aid Trainer qualification

Current Internationally recognised First Aid trainer qualification, e.g.: St Johns Red Cross National Safety Council Medic First Aid National Safety Council Qualified as an AED Trainer

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house 2.4.34 Instructors at Level 2II To be approved to deliver Level 2 HSE training courses or assessments an instructor shall possess the following:

Minimum - HSE Qualifications/Experience Minimum - Training/Assessment Qualifications/Experience

Internationally recognised HSE qualification at a level equivalent to or better than NEBOSH Diploma or UK NVQ Level 4 in Occupational Safety & Health Plus 1 2 years experience in an HSE Adviser or Manager role OR Internationally recognised HSE qualification at a level equivalent to or better than International NEBOSH Certificate or UK NVQ Level 3 in Occupational Safety & Health and working towards NEBOSH Diploma or UK NVQ Level 4 or higher in Occupational Safety & Health (to be obtained within 12 months) Plus 2 3 years experience in an HSE Adviser or Manager role Internationally recognised Trainer qualification at a level equivalent to or better than the City and Guilds 1106 International Trainer Certificate Diploma IVQ2 and Internationally recognised Assessor qualification at a level equivalent to or better than UK NVQ A1/A2 or D32/D33 Assessors Qualifications And Approved as a STOP Trainer by PDO. Plus 1 3 years experience in training delivery and assessment

2.4.5 Safety Leadership program Facilitators Only trainers who have been specifically trained and Approved by PDO as Safety Leadership facilitators may deliver these programs. Trainers who have been approved as Level II HSE Trainers and been delivering such courses for a minimum of 1 year, may be selected and additionally trained by PDO for Safety Leadership facilitation. Such training will be offered on the basis of recommendation by their Training Manager and assessment by PDO`s HSE Training and Competence Focal Point. A proven ability to train effectively on Level II HSE courses, and a recognised capability to develop facilitation skills is essential before Facilitator training would be offered. 2.4.6

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house Trainers' course delivery matrix As existing trainers are developed, and new trainers are appointed, the HSE-SD courses that they may be permitted to deliver after approval will vary according to the matrix below. Trainers that have not yet been approved by PDO to deliver STOPTM training, may deliver the remainder of the course materials if they have been approved to do so. A separate trainer who has approval from PDO to deliver STOPTM training will be required to deliver the STOPTM session within the course.

E.g. A Level II trainer is approved to deliver HSE Induction courses, but is not yet approved by PDO to deliver STOP TM training. He may deliver the HSE Induction course, but must use a PDO Approved STOPTM trainer to deliver the STOP TM materials within the course until he has been approved to deliver STOPTM materials himself.

Trainers are Approved to deliver specific courses on application to PDO`s HSE-SD Training Focal Point. Every additional course the Institute or contracting company wishes them to deliver must be requested and approved by PDO`s HSE-SD Training Focal Point. A register of Trainers and the courses they are individually approved to deliver, will be maintained by PDO`s HSE-SD Training Focal Point. COURSE CODE Level I not STOPTM Approved by PDO × × × × × × × × × × × × × × Level I STOPTM Approved by PDO × × × × × × × × × × × × Level II not STOPTM Approved by PDO × × × × × × Level II STOPTM Approved by PDO × × × Safety Leadership Facilitators

HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE HSE

- IND ­ H2S ­ IFR ­ DWH ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ GT SCBA FW CHEM ­ A HTS CMC SLS SLM II NORMA NOMRS NOMRT PTW ­H PTW ­S PTW ­ A CHEM - S

2.5

Language of Instructors

2.5.1 English

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house For training delivery in English, a trainer whose first language is not English, shall be required to have attained a General Training International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Band 6 which is verified with a valid IELTS test report form, or an internationally recognised alternative that is equivalent or better. The Training Provider must demonstrate how the alternative system is equivalent against IELTS Bandings. In an exceptional case a level 1 trainer, with an overall IELTS grading below Band 6, may be given approval providing band 6 gradings or above are achieved in the speaking and listening modules. Each case shall be treated on its merits on a case by case basis. 2.5.2 Other Languages Where training is to be delivered in a language that is not the instructor`s first language an assessment process will be carried out involving the Trainer, the Training Manager and the Company.

3.0

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Training ManagerTRAINING MANAGER'S ROLE

Quality of training The training provider shall have a Training Manager who shall either be a permanent senior member of the Contractor`s management structure or be employed on a consultancy basis, as agreed with PDO. The Training Manager shall possess the qualifications and experience as detailed in Section 2.2. Training Managers in post on the date of publication of version 7.0 of this document, must acquire the qualifications specified as minimums which they did not previously hold before 31st December 2010. The Training Manager`s principal duty shall be to ensure that high quality training and assessment practices are applied at all times, that is, quality assurance of training delivery. The Training Manager shall, every 6 months, conduct and document formal quality control inspections at each location that is regularly used for HSE training. The Training Manager shall conduct and document competence assessments of each of the training instructors during the delivery of training or assessment at least once in the first two months of any formal instructor approval being given by PDO and subsequently every six (6) months. All reports and documentation complete with findings and recommendations related to this activity must be retained for inspection and audit by PDO. The Training Manager shall be responsible for ensuring each trainer is provided with post-assessment feedback that leads to the identification of knowledge, understanding or skills gaps, and a mutually agreed plan prepared to address them. The Training Manager shall also be responsible for the implementation of a Continuing Professional Development system that ensures all trainers maintain currency with local, regional and international developments in the field of HSE and training, and are given the opportunity to develop. Progress of trainers on the CPD scheme shall be monitored to ensure satisfactory progress and documented.

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HSE The Training Manager shall ensure: An effective HSE Management System is in place and followed, and a copy is lodged with the PDO`s Corporate HSE Training Focal Point. Hazard and Effects Management Assessments are carried out and documented for all activities carried out as a part of the HSE training and assessment processes, and whenever risks or activities change. All of the documentation is retained for audit.

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PRACTICAL TRAININGPRACTICAL TRAINING

Equipment The contractor shall provide suitable and sufficient equipment to serve the training requirements as documented in SP1157 HSE Training Specification. All equipment used in the training shall be regularly tested and maintained in accordance with internationally recognised norms or manufacturer`s recommendations, whichever is the higher standard.and d Defective equipment shall be withdrawn from service. The testing and maintenance system and practice shall be documented and retained for audit.

4.2

External Practical Training and Assessment Areas Appropriate practical areas shall be utilised for the practical elements of HSE training courses and assessments. The PDO provided simulated operational area facilities in the PDO HSE Training Centres of in Fahud and Nimr can be viewed as models for the design of facilities that are required, although the actual facilities used do not need to be identical. If there is doubt about the suitability of a facility then the PDO`s Corporate HSE training focal point can always be consulted. As a general guide: H2S practical training areas must have as a minimum: a functional windsock, in relation to the prevailing wind direction, at least one crosswind exit route, and exit routes both upwind and down wind, such that traineedelegates can readily identify them and have a choice of escape direction. be representative of a typical fenced area that might present an H2S risk in PDO`s concession area. Gas Testing practical training areas, should have as a minimum: a confined space facility, a facility that is representational of a system of pipes, flanges, valves and plant that may present common potential leaks in the field. SCBA practical training areas, must have as a minimum: a facility that has access points on more than one level, vertical and raking ladders, sub-divided internally by partitions with doors and/or hatches to allow internal progress, free from sharp edges or other hazard, at least two escape doors immediately openable from inside and outside emergency lighting operated from an emergency switch inside and outside, has internal electrical wiring run through insulating conduit and any electrical switches and fittings made from materials that will not crack or shatter if hit with a hard object. At least one adult sized training dummy`, being anatomically similar to a human, and being no less than 50kg and no more than 64kg in weight, dry.

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5.1

CLASSROOM RESOURCES

The room Any room used for training should satisfy reasonable standards of comfort, lighting and air quality/temperature with furniture suitable for the training activities of reading, writing, group work where appropriate and necessary practical activities and exercises. A guidance document is available from PDO`s Corporate HSE Training and competence focal point. The materials For most courses base course materials and assessments competence assessment criteria shall be provided by PDO and will be reviewed,updated as a minimum, on an 6 monthly annual basis. However, for HSE Induction training courses Training Providers and or Contractors (in-house training to own staff) approved to deliver HSE training will be required to design and develop their own auditable, valid and reliable end of course assessment process. Changes to the course materials will not normally be allowed except by PDO, although recommendations for change can always be made. Trainers may select which of the PDO provided materials to use to ensure the best opportunity for delegates to achieve the competence requirements at the end of the course. Trainers may supplement the provided materials with others that are appropriate if they are deemed to make the achievement of the required objectives and competencies more effective for delegates.

5.2

5.3

The audio visual equipment Course materials are designed to be delivered utilising computer and LCD projector and appropriate equipment for that delivery shall be provided and properly maintained by the training provider, including a sound system that enables all delegates to hear recorded sound clearly..

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6.1

AdministrationADMINISTRATION

Records A suitable training record system shall be utilised that is capable of keeping record of all attendees participating in HSE training and assessment activities. Reporting Details of all attendees of HSE training and assessment activities shall be reported monthly to the PDO`s Corporate HSE Training Focal Point using the spreadsheet template attached at Appendix 12. Record of Competence A documented record of competence following completion of the theory and practical assessments as detailed in the provided course materials shall be maintained and bear the name and signature of the instructor and/or assessor along with the date of the activity. HSE Training Passports Following successful attendance on an HSE Training Course or Assessment the HSE passport of the attendee should be completed to show the date of attendance and the validity period. A controlled Training Provider stamp shall be utilised to authenticate the entry.

6.2

6.3

6.4

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house 6.5 End of Course Evaluations Every course shall be evaluated in writing if possible, but orally if necessary with all comments collated and commented on by the instructor. These evaluations shall be submitted to the Training Manager for review, and any necessary action. The result of that review shall be recorded. All evaluation records shall be retained for audit. Safety Leadership Personal Action Plans ­ Follow Ups A copy of the Personal Action Plans (PAP)_completed by Safety Leadership program delegates shall be retained by the Training Provider. 3 months after training is completed, the Training Provider will send each delegate a copy of their PAP with follow up questions. The delegate will be required to respond to his line manager and, if a contractor, his contract holder within 7 days. E-mail will be the normal method of communication. The line manager or contract holder will forward a copy of the response to PDO`s Corporate HSE Training Team (HLD8) for analysis.

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7.0

COMPLIANCE

HSE Training and competence aAssessment activities are extremely important to PDO. and Valid, reliable assessments against the published competence standards are essential if safe behaviours by staff are to be achieved and maintained. cCompliance with all of the conditions associated with any approvals given for Training Providers to supply the service to contractor staff is essential. Any cases of non-compliance will always be treated with urgency and can be expected to result in suspension or complete withdrawal of approval.

8.0

AuditAUDIT

8.1 Audit Framework Periodic quality assurance inspections and audits shall be carried out at planned times and intervals but also at other times as determined by the circumstances of each case. The table below details the baseline inspection and auditing framework to be adopted and modified as required and determined by the HSE Training Focal Point.

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Type of Inspection/Audit Pre-approval inspection Initial confirmation approval audit of

Six (6) monthly Health check` Full Compliance Audit ­ Approved Commercial Training Providers Full Compliance Audit ­ Approved Contracting companies delivering PDO or equivalent programs in-house

PDO Parties involved MSE PDO HSE Training Focal Point Audit team appointed by MSE HLD Audit Focal Point, to include MSE representative. MSE PDO HSE Training Focal Point Audit team appointed by MSE HLD Audit Focal Point, to include MSE representative Audit team appointed by MSEHLD Audit Focal Point, to include HLMSED representative

Timing Pre-approval as a part of the approval process Within 3 months of initial interim approval Every six (6) months in between full audit Annual ­ Twelve (12) monthly intervals following initial confirmation audit Annual ­ Twelve (12) monthly intervals following initial confirmation audit

The company seeking approval will be required to provide an audit/inspection focal point that will usually be the HSE Training Manager or other party acceptable to the MSE HLD Audit Focal Point. 8.2 Audit Scope The scope of individual audits will vary according to the timing and circumstances of the case. The guidance pro-formas in Appendix 1, Part II, Annexe 1 of this document will form the basis of the areas examined during the audits, but butthe following subject areas will form the base of the scope of the audit/inspection which may be developed depending upon circumstances, to include any or all of the following: HSE Management System Including: Compliance with all aspects of the applicable HSEMS

Administration: Including documentation related to: Class Rosters. Written Assessments. Practical Assessments. Assessment of non literates. End of Course evaluations. Administration Policy. Associated Journey Management records.

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house Delivery resources: Including: Course Manuals. Visual Aids. Classroom . Actions taken with EOC evaluations. Practical training areas. Equipment maintenance and testing. Administration Security Controls: Including: Records of Passport numbers. Records of H2S Passes issued. Control of Company stamps. Policy documentation. Classroom Delivery Including: Examination of in-house instructor evaluations, feedback and action plans carried out. Progress against CPD and qualifications requirements. During delivery evaluation session with one or more instructors during training and/or assessment activity. During delivery evaluation session with one or more facilitators during workshop and/or assessment activity.

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house Value to the Business: An assessment will be made by the Audit team of the value the Approved Training Provider is bringing to PDO`s business needs in respect of mandated HSE Training provision, on a low ­ high scale of 0 - 10. A low assessed value may result in PDO Approval being withdrawn and references to the Provider being removed from PDO`s HSE Training web pages. This value assessment will be made against a range of criteria including, but not limited to: The number of PDO programs deliveriesed made in the previous 12 month period. The course fees being charged to PDO and its contractors. The EOC feedback received from PDO and its contractor delegates. The quality of training delivery, facilities, equipment and trainers over the previous 12 months. The balance of PDO audit and management time expended against course deliveries made. The capacity available in the market place to deliver sufficient training programs to PDO and its contractors.

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APPENDIX 1, PART II ­ DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSES

Minimum requirements of PDO contractors wishing to provide in-house Defensive Driver Training

1.0 Introduction The following procedure outlines the rules and process for any contractor to provide defensive driving training in-house, including the potential for agreements with current Defensive Driving Training Institutes. In Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) LLC operations road transportation is the highest risk exposure area; road transportation results in the majority of fatalities occurring in the Company operation. To improve road safety standards defensive driver training is provided either in-house by the contractor or by the Defensive Driving Training Provider (DDTP) and all independent testing and examination provided by the Defensive Driving Assessment Team (DDAT). 2.0 Recertification training All DDC06 recertification training can only be conducted by the DDAT. Contractors can not bypass the DDC06 training provided by the DDAT. 3.0 In-house accreditation process PDO contractors wishing to conduct in-house Defensive Driving Training must follow the following process to obtain accreditation from PDO and the DDAT. 3.1 3.2 Read and understand this document. When compliance has been achieved and all documentary evidence is available the contractor must apply to the PDO MSE 15 Road Safety department for registration providing the following evidence in the following table.

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Requirement

Evidence

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SP 1157 v7 compliant training premises

Copy of self audit of premises signed by contractor. Copy of CV and certificates

2 3 4 5

Suitably qualified driving instructors qualified to the UK Fleet Diploma Level or equivalent Suitable number of dedicated SP2000 compliant vehicles. A listing of the courses which the contractor intends to provide. Evidence that an approved eye-sight test machine has been purchased/available for use. Evidence of training received on the use of the machine. Confirmation of the use/non-use of the risk profiler Declaration of conformance to the in-house training rules and consequences of breaching such rules. Confirmation as to whether training material is required and confirmation that it will not be used for use outside the company. Listing and evidence of all dedicated subcontractors who are employed for the term of the contract Evidence of how the management of the training will be conducted and identity of key focal point for liaison with PDO/DDAT for DD training

RAS details and number plates of specific vehicles Listing Invoice and delivery note and training records. Confirmation Declaration signed by company CEO/MD Declaration signed by company CEO/MD Evidence from CEO Name and management system

6 7 8 9 10 3.3

On receipt, confirmation and acceptance of the above, PDO will provide on request and free of charge the copyrighted Defensive Driving course materials for the courses which the PDO contractors wishes to provide in-house. Such course material will include: Course slides Instructor training notes Video clips Master copies of handouts which the contractor can use.

3.4

The contractor can request the DDAT to provide a training session to their driving instructors in the correct delivery and use of the course material. A fee is payable for this service, posted on the defensive driving web pages. Contractors should only apply for an audit if there are no payment disputes for historical training services received by the DDTP.

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3.6

The contractor must then book an accreditation audit with the PDO MSE15 Road Safety team. The DDAT and potentially PDO will conduct the audit, which will be provided within a maximum of 14 calendar days of the request. The DDAT charge for this audit, costs are available on the PDO defensive driving web pages. Audit results will be provided to the contractor within 48 hours of the audit being completed. On successfully passing the audit, the DDAT will issue the certificate, which will be valid for two years. The DDAT will provide PDO MSE15 team with details of all audits and records and PDO reverse the right to have the final authorisation for contractor in-house sign off. A bi-annual re-certification audit will be conducted by the DDAT to ensure standards are continued to be met. A cost is payable to the DDAT for this audit, costs posted on the PDO Defensive Driving web pages. PDO and the DDAT reserve the right to conduct interim audits and spot checks where analysis of results show cause for concern without prior notice. The DDAT or PDO can conduct a spot check on the training conducted by driving instructors without prior notice. Minimum Requirements for Contractors providing in-house training Although the quality of the training provided by the contractor will be assured by the candidates successfully passing their driving test, it is important for PDO to ensure minimum standards of training and facilities are maintained to meet minimum PDO standards contained in SP1157.

3.7

3.8

3.9

4.0

4.1

Resources The contractor must ensure that there are sufficient compliant resources for: i) SP2000 compliant Toyota Prado manual vehicles. ii) SP1157 compliant classrooms and facilities. iii) Competent Driving instructors. iv) Management information systems. v) Defensive Driving Training Equipment.

4.2 4.2.1

Vehicles PDO contractors must ensure that all driver training is conducted in SP2000 compliant vehicles and in the vehicles relevant to the course being conducted and the test which will be undertaken. Note that all light vehicle testing by the DDAT is conducted in manual transmission Toyota Prados and as such all training must be undertaken in the same vehicle type. Contractors must provide the necessary documentation to prove RAS certification and maintenance arrangements are in place. The contractor must use specific vehicles for the training. Where the vehicle is unavailable then only replacement vehicles which have been confirmed in the initial certification audit as being SP2000 compliant can be used.

4.2.2 4.2.3

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4.2.4

The contractor is required to formally inform the DDAT and PDO MSE15 team if there is any change in specific vehicles used in the delivery of training.

4.3 Training facilities and classrooms 4.3.1 Training and other facilities must be compliant with the standards contained in SP1157 version 7 Annexe 1. The audit must be passed on all aspects to gain accreditation. A contractor can rent or lease a property or a training room within a facility provided it is done legally. Evidence of the tenancy agreement will be required to pass the audit. A use as and when required` agreement is prohibited. Contractors are prohibited from sharing the training rooms with other parties, with the exception of their subcontractors who have been proven to be a dedicated resource for the term of the contract. Driving Instructors The contractor is required to employ the services of driving instructors qualified to a qualification equivalent to an Approved Driving Instructor from the UK e.g. ROSPA Fleet Diploma or DIAmond Fleet Driving Instructor qualification. Only driving instructors authorised and audited by the DDAT are authorised to deliver the defensive driving training. The driving instructors used to deliver the courses must be employed by the contractor. No contractor is authorised to enter a contract with a third party for the provision of the driving instructor unless under a contractual manpower agreement. Where a driving instructor is provided under a manpower agreement it must have a contract period no less than 3 months. Where the driving instructor becomes unavailable for the training then the third party is required at short term notice to provide a back up resource to the contractor, however only a resource approved by the DDAT must be used. The Manpower agreement must be legally endorsed, i.e. a formal contract and be produced in the audit to the DDAT and copies will be kept by the DDAT. The contractor must provide the DDAT with copies of the driving instructor certificates in the audit to prove that the instructor meets the minimum contract equivalent requirements. Where the instructor has a qualification different than the Diploma level, the contractor must prove that the qualification is equivalent to that required by PDO and DDAT. The DDAT will audit the ability of the driving instructor to conduct training both in the classroom and in the vehicle. Subcontracting of the services of a driving instructor to a PDO contracted third party is not allowed for the duration of the manpower agreement. Contractors are only allowed to provide the defensive driver training to their own employees with the exception of a subcontractor used for the execution of the contract. Note that this exception does not extend to subcontractors solely providing manpower. Subcontractors must either be for a specific requirement in the contract delivery or dedicated contractors for the duration of the contract.

4.3.2

4.4 4.4.1

4.4.2

4.4.3

4.4.4

4.4.5

4.4.6

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Such subcontracting arrangements and resources have to be confirmed by the Contract Holder to the MSE15 department and are subject to periodic auditing. Any changes to subcontractor arrangements must be immediately reported to the MSE15 department. 4.4.7 Where a contractor is found to be in violation of any of these conditions relating to manpower agreements then their accreditation will be removed. Reaccreditation will only be given at the discretion of PDO and is subject to a further audit and re-approval by the DDAT/PDO. A maximum period of two years will apply for prohibiting a contractor in providing such in-house training, the length of such a ban will be relative to the seriousness of the infringement of the rules. To ensure accreditation, the DDAT during the initial audit will review the training and instructional performance of the driving instructors using the same criteria as for the DDTP and only pass them as acceptable should they be deemed competent. A full report will be provided as part of the audit results on each instructor`s performance. This criteria is based on driving instructors displaying competency to the required contractual standard.

4.4.8

4.5 Defensive Driving equipment 4.5.1 4.5.1.1 Risk profiling The PDO courses rely on an initial profile of the drivers to ascertain their baseline risk and identifies the drivers who are most at risk of having a road traffic accident. The use of this risk profiler can be booked directly with the DDAT and there is an associated cost on the Defensive Driving Website. The contractor should use the information from the risk profiler to tailor the training focus and content to that most beneficial to the trainees and so the results of the analysis must be reviewed and used. The results of the risk profiler must be provided to the DDAT 5 working days before the candidate attends for test, to enable the DDAT to determine the re-certification frequency. The use of the risk profiler is not mandatory; however the failure of a candidate to complete a risk profiler assessment before they attend the examination and test will result in an automatic reduction of one year from their minimum recertification frequency (i.e. attendance of a DDC06) The contractor can apply to the DDAT and PDO to use an alternative program for risk profiling of their staff, and this use will be allowed if authorised. Such an application must be in writing and any costs associated with the analysis of this alternative risk profiling system will be borne by the contractor. Costs relating to the unit cost of the risk profiler can be obtained from the DDAT, or enquires can be made directly to ROSPA. www.ROSPA.org.uk.

4.5.1.2

4.5.1.3

4.5.1.4

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4.5.2 Eye-sight testing 4.5.2.1 As a pre-requisite for a trainee to participate on a defensive driving course they must undergo an eyesight test using a DVS-V GT Vision Screener. Trainees are allowed to use corrective lenses to correct their vision. Costs are to be borne by the contractor. Trainees who fail the eye-sight test are not allowed to participate in the training. The contractor must ensure the use of and maintain these machines and provide evidence to the DDAT on request. The contractor can apply to the DDAT and PDO to use an alternative vision screener for their staff, and this use will be allowed if authorised. Such an application must be in writing and any costs associated with the analysis of this alternative vision screener borne by the contractor. The equipment must be of the same or better specification than the one recommended and cover the same points. The contractor must provide the eyesight test report to the DDAT when booking the candidate for the test. The test must have been passed as per the PDO standards. The DDAT reserve the right to double check the eyesight of trainees before they are tested to prove the validity of the in-house training eyesight test. The contractor must ensure and provide evidence that the person using the eyesight test machine is competent to do so.

4.5.2.2

4.5.2.3

4.5.2.4

4.5.3 Training material 4.5.3.1 Contractors are allowed to use their own in-house or corporate defensive driving course material, or they can utilise the PDO course material which will be made available to contractors on an in house use only`. Note that all of the course material is copyrighted and owned by PDO, and can not be reproduced, copied or used for any other purposes without written agreement from the PDO C311156 Contract Holder. If, following investigation, a party is found to be in breach of the sole use of the material for its own purpose, then the party will be prosecuted for breach of use of the training material and may be immediately suspended from conducting inhouse driver training. The Contractor must provide a written undertaking to ensure that material is not used or adapted by a contractor or manpowered employee for purposes outside of the PDO operation. Where the contractor decides to use the PDO defensive driving training material, the DDAT are available to provide the contractor driving instructors with training in the appropriate techniques, methodology and minimum requirements to deliver the courses successfully and in order to align the training with the examination and the test. There is no point in having an in-house defensive driving course if it focuses on different criteria to those that are to be tested. If using different material, the contractor should ensure that the course reflects what is being taught and examined by the DDAT/DDTP to ensure maximum pass rates.

4.5.3.2

4.5.3.3

4.5.3.4

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house 5.0 Ongoing assurance 5.1 The DDAT is responsible for ensuring the continued quality of the training provided by conducting assurance audits and reviews of the training provided on a bi-annual basis. There is a cost associated with this audit, costs are on the PDO Defensive Driving Web pages. The contractor must provide the DDAT with the name of the defensive driving instructor that trained each candidate put forward for testing and examination. This must be done on the request for the direct test. A monthly report must also be emailed to the MSE15 team within 5 days of the month end. The DDAT will conduct analysis of the performance of each driving instructor in relation to the pass rate of the trainees whom have been taught. Where the pass rate from a driving instructor falls significantly below the average of the other driving instructors and/or that of those employed within the DDTP then the DDAT will inform the contractor and request remedial action to be evidenced. Before the contractor employs a new driving instructor their competency and credentials must be reviewed and checked by the DDAT to ensure they are able to provide the necessary instruction and training as required by the contract. There is a cost associated with this compliance review. Costs on the PDO Defensive Driving web pages.

5.2

5.3

5.4

6.0 Testing roles 6.1 6.2 All driving tests have to be conducted by the DDAT. The contractor will send their candidates to the DDAT to complete a direct test. The contractor must provide the vehicles for the DDAT to conduct the test in. The candidates must have their eyesight results sheet, risk profiler results (if applicable), name of the instructor and HSE passport to receive a test. The DDAT is contractually required to provide contractors a service outside of the main operating locations of Muscat, Fahud and Nimr, on request. The contractor will be responsible for paying reasonable costs incurred relating to transport and accommodation and such costs that be incurred must taken into account travel time. All testing will be provided by the DDAT, and organisation of such testing will be organised directly between the DDAT and the contractor. The contractor can book test slots which will have to be provided within 3 weeks of the tests being booked. Cancellations of tests within 72 hours of the test date have to be paid in full by the contractor. The DDAT will provide a calendar to contractors for direct testing slots available, which will be available on the web. Driving permits The DDAT will provide successful candidates with driving permits as part of the cost of the test fees. The DDAT will also update the HSE passport after a successful test.

6.3

6.4

7.0 7.1 7.2

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8.0 Withdrawal of authorisation 8.1 Where the DDAT or PDO identify non conformance with the minimum requirements with regard to delivering defensive driving training, they will notify such non conformances to the contractor and to the Road Safety Standards Services PDO Contract Holder. On validation, the contractor`s authorisation to train may be immediately suspended and the contractor will be given one month to rectify the non conformances. The rules do not over-ride the clause relating to breach of use of training material. This will be recorded in writing. If the contractor does not rectify the non-conformances within one calendar month, the authorisation to train will be rescinded and no further defensive driving training will be allowed in-house of the contractor until such time as a new request for authorisation has been approved by the DDAT and PDO. Where a contractor wishes to cease providing the training in-house for defensive driving, they are required to write to the DDAT and PDO Contract Holder to confirm this, specifying the date on which in-house training will cease. After this date, all future candidates must be trained through the DDTP. Non-conformances to the in-house agreement will result in issuing an HSE default with a minimum of R.O. 500/= per default.

8.2

8.3

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Annexe 1 - PDO's Expectations of Training Providers and Trainers

Institute Name: Scope Item

Findings

Location Inspected: Evidence

Action required

Date of Inspection: Action date Party

Comments

1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Policy statement current Policy reviewed in last 12 months Amendments recorded Organisation in place reflects HSE MS manual Implementation arrangements reflect HSE MS manual HSE Meetings take place / minuted HEMP and HAZID register reviewed as change occurs HSE Investigations taking place and documented Actions taken following

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1.7

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2 2.1

ADMINISTRATION

Class Rosters Used, accurate, signed & dated Correspond to bookings & invoices Correspond to permits

2.2

Written Assessments Practical Assessments

2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7

Assessment of nonliterates End of course evaluations Administration Policy Associated Journey Management Records

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DELIVERY RESOURCES

3.1 Course Manuals DD01 DD02 DD03 DD04 DD05 DD08 DD09 SJM Visual Aids Classroom LCD projectors Whiteboard Projection screens Board writers PCs/Laptops DVD/Video players Actions Taken with Evaluations Training Equipment maintenance & Testing (facility) Vehicles Simulators Vision Tester 4 4.3 Policy documentation Instructor evaluations Instructor CPD scheme

3.2

3.3 3.5

ADMINISTRATION SECURITY CONTROLS

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house 5 5.1 Instructor evaluations Documented Competence criteria defined No. evaluated in previous 6 months During delivery assessment Competence gaps identified Trainer interviewed (by whom?) Action Plan agreed? Target dates set? Review date set? Auditor's evaluation on separate form

CLASSROOM DELIVERY

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house EVALUATION OF TRAINER DELIVERY BY AUDITOR Topic/Course Observation comments Grade

TRAINER NAME Trainer Activity Prepared Knowledgeable Experience Understanding Method effective Communicated effectively Rapport Involvement of trainees Question technique Accuracy Timely Mental breaks Use of teaching aids Coaching Uses stage confirmation Uses effective summary Conduct of post-assessment coaching & retests Use of Evaluation & Feedback for Reflective learning

1

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PDO Check List for Teaching Space

Yes Adequate car parking for maximum number of trainees and trainers? Access from car park to training venue is safe, unobstructed? Teaching space is greater than 32 sq. metres floor area? Divide floor area by 1.5 (= max. number of persons permissible in space for non-practical teaching.) For practical teaching in classroom, reduce max. persons by 50% Air is changed in room at least 4 ­ 6 times per hour per person? How? Ceiling height at least 3 metres? If not, specify. Passageways between desks/chairs at least 900mm wide? Furniture layout permits easy, unobstructed access by trainees to passages and doors? Room is air-conditioned with split A/C units? If not, specify Temperature between 18ºC - 22ºC is maintained? Natural lighting is available in the room, with blinds, screens or curtains to control lighting level? Controllable artificial lighting is available in the room to maintain minimum 500 Lux? Noise levels in room do not exceed 50 db(A)? Appropriate seating is available for each trainee? Desking surface of at least 500mm x 500mm available to each trainee? Whiteboard and effective markers are available? Flip chart, pad and pens are available? Computer for presentations is available? LCD projector is available for use with computer? White, non-reflective surface is available for LCD projection? Video/DVD replay facility is available with TV or LCD projector? Room provided with smoke or heat detection linked to a fire alarm system? Fire extinguishers are available within 20 metres of the room exit? 1st Aid kit is available within 50 metres of room exit? Trained 1st Aider is available during teaching period? Fire warden is available during teaching period? Telephone or GSM is available for emergency use during teaching period? Emergency action notice is posted in teaching space and made known to trainer? Exits are signed Assembly Point(s) signed Refreshment area provided of adequate size / condition No Comments

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house Catering/ cooking services are risk assessed and hygienic Drinking water is available for trainees during teaching period? Toilet/washing facilities are available for trainees within 150 metres? Sufficient PPE is available for trainers /trainees when required

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DI Skills Session Assessment - CLASSROOM

Candidates Name: ________________________ Date: __________ Company: ________________ Location: __________________ Instruction Topic: ________________________________________ Start Time: __________________ End Time: __________________

Introduction

Preliminaries: Attendance check Allocate materials Layout: Use of space/ Seating Training aids ­ set up / working Lighting / ventilation Revision: Appropriate / time Approach: Interesting Reason for learning Comments

Body

Explanations: thorough clear, concise, Confirms each stage before moving on Questioning appropriate technique is /

Supervision is consistent managed appropriately Training aids appropriate

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Conclusion

Assessment Conducted Feedback provided Where to get help Where lesson fits in Next lesson is......

Instructor

Knowledge & Skills Dress/Appearance Distractions Motivation COMPETENT / NOT COMPETENT ASSESSOR COMMENTS _________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________

Assessor:_________________________ Print Name ________________

Candidate:____________________

Candidate Print: ____________________

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Assessment ­ DRIVING SKILLS AND COMMENTARY DRIVE

Candidate`s Name: _________________ Date: ___________ Company: ___________________ Location:________________ Vehicle Type: _______________ Reg. No:_______________ Start Time: ________________ End Time: __________________

Instructions to Candidate: You are to follow all directions given by the Examiner. The session will last 15 - 20 minutes. Marking: The Examiner will mark each box with a tick or a cross. Competency is determined by your ability to achieve 80% (52 / 64) of the actions described in the Marking Guide. Items marked with an asterix indicate areas that will constitute an immediate result of Not Yet Competent if marked with a cross. Feedback: Immediately following the drive, you will be given feedback on your driving skills and commentary. If you are found Not Yet Competent, you will be advised of any remedial action required.

*

Comments Pre Trip Inspection Uses methodical approach (FLOWERS) Explanations are correct SKILLS Straight forward driving Road position Speed Steering method Gear changing Smooth Clutch manipulation is correct Changes at appropriate time Selects correct gear Maintains road position when changing gears Overtaking Mirrors Indicators Head check Does not speed Being overtaken Maintains speed Maintains road position Merging in traffic Adopts suitable speed

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house Checks mirrors Indicates Conducts head check Does not impede other traffic Braking Smooth Eyes to mirror, foot to brake Brakes at correct time Cornering / turning Indicates intention Hand position is correct Finishes in same lane Cancels indicator Roundabouts Indicates as required Accepts / gives way as appropriate Chooses correct lane Indicates off Cancels indicator Traffic lights Brakes at correct time Stops in accordance with road markings SAFE Space maintained Moves off at correct time Traffic signs Interprets correctly Obeys (No Parking / Stop signs)

*Obeys speed limit

Reverse park Uses mirrors Indicates intention Area is clear Clutch manipulation is correct Parks in correct position Multi point turn Mirrors Indicators Head check Does not mount curb Selects correct gear / ratio Conducts manoeuvre efficiently Commentary Hazards are identified early ­ use of zones Commentary is in conjunction with explanations and actions Varied traffic conditions are chosen Commentary is correct Commentary is clear Commentary is concise

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Instructor

Knowledge Dress/Appearance Distractions * Attitude * Judgement * Coordination * High standard of defensive driving skill is displayed at all times

COMPETENT / NOT YET COMPETENT Assessor Comments:

_____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________

Assessor:_________________________ Print Name ________________ Candidate:____________________

Candidate Print: ____________________

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Skills Session Assessment

Candidates Name: ________________________ Date: __________ Company: ____________________ Location: __________________ Instruction Topic: In Vehicle Instruction and Feedback Start Time: __________________ End Time: __________________

Introduction

Preliminaries: Introduces themselves to Trainee ID / Licence Check Check Trainee for PPE Relaxes Trainee Observes Trainee conduct pre-trip inspection Route: Suitable circuit (time and distance) Circuit has varied traffic conditions (realistic) All manoeuvres carried out by Trainee Instruction Fault correction carried out in a timely manner Fault correction is correct Does not become frustrated with Trainee Directions given well in advance Records faults * Stops lesson if Trainee breaks road law or is Comments

dangerous.

Feedback

Asks Trainee to rate their drive Feedback is accurate

Feedback is constructive (how to fix) Feedback points are recorded Ask Trainee for any questions Instructor signs Trainee signs Informs Trainee of next lesson / activity

Instructor

Knowledge & Skills Appearance/Dress Distractions Motivation COMPETENT / NOT COMPETENT

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Assessor: ______________________

Candidate:

________________________ ________________________

Print Name _________________Candidate Print:

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APPENDIX 2 - IN-FIELD ASSESSMENT of CORE HSE COMPETENCIES

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WORKPLACE ASSESSMENTS of CORE HSE COMPETENCIES

Following completion of the core HSE Learning Ladder, staff will be deployed to their normal workplace to apply the knowledge and understanding they have gained, and develop skill. Among other duties, the role of supervisory staff is to monitor the safe behaviours of staff they are responsible for. This is a continuous role, routinely expected as part of a supervisory staff`s normal working pattern. To ensure the required safe behaviours are sustained after initial training, the core HSE competencies will be regularly observed and assessed by the individual`s supervisor in the workplace. Core HSE competency should be achieved within the first 3 months of appointment, and will be re-assessed at that time. The competency assessment need not be carried out separately from everyday work activity. The key point for supervisory staff to remember is to observe through watching and listening, to show appreciation of safe behaviours, identify core HSE competence gaps in individuals and then coach as necessary in those areas until competence is achieved and maintained through consistent safe behaviour. CEOs should agree with members of their most senior management team, who will carry out the assessments of executive staff. Assessment Records It is essential that a documented record is kept by supervisory staff of the assessments they carry out on staff. A matrix of the competency statement, date(s) observed, date competency was achieved, and a remarks column to indicate the evidence that was considered in relation to the assessment decision of each area, will be considered sufficient. Internal Verification of Assessments The assessment record will need to be verified by another assessor (internal verifier) at some stage, and always before additional HSE courses can be booked for the individual assessed, to ensure the evidence being used to determine core HSE competence was reliable and accurate. External Verification and validation of Assessments The documented evidence will be validated by another assessor (external verifier), who does not normally work at the site, on an ad-hoc basis, but at least annually. The process involves random sampling of a percentage of the assessments carried out, examination of the documented assessment records and interviewing of one or two individuals assessed, assessors and the internal verifier related to the records sampled. For contractors, the External Verifier would normally be a Company Site Representative or Contract Holder. For PDO staff, the External Verifier would normally be a member of the HLD or MSE departments. Recording Achievement of core HSE competence Once the Internal Verifier has confirmed core HSE competence was properly assessed, documented and the standard achieved, the individual`s company may make an entry into the individual`s HSE Passport in the HSE Induction section. This entry must be dated, the location of the workplace recorded, the name of the Internal Verifier printed with a contact telephone number in the column normally used for recording the Supervisor`s name, and the company stamp used to authenticate the entry, over-signed by the Internal Verifier.

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CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ­ NON-SUPERVISORY STAFF

Describe what is expected of a member of staff in relation to safe behaviours. Demonstrate they can follow the Golden Rules, House Rules and Life Saving Rules State the individual consequences of following the rules, and of not following them. Describe what to do in the event of a work site emergency Explain how to summon emergency services Describe generic hazards to individuals in the industry, associated risks, and demonstrate the use of some of the control measures and recovery measures. Briefly explain the challenges of driving and transportation in Oman and the control measures that are in place Describe their responsibilities in complying with HSE related policies, procedures and safe systems of work Describe their responsibilities in reporting unsafe acts and conditions, near miss and actual incidents Describe the STOPTM system and demonstrate their role within it. Demonstrate their ability to carry out an effective safety observation/intervention. Describe and demonstrate the personal health and hygiene behaviours required. Describe the arrangements for reporting sickness or illness. Describe the ways in which individuals can help to protect the environment at work. Describe the physical properties of H2S. Describe the occupational health effects of H2S exposure. State the personal and general safety precautions and personal protective equipment required when working in H2S designated areas. Describe emergency escape procedures that must be followed when a personal or facility H2S alarm sounds. Demonstrate an ability to correctly respond to an H2S alarm Demonstrate an ability to correctly don, wear and operate emergency escape equipment including, for appropriate personnel, Camlock`TM masks in a simulated and/or operational environment. Describe in simple terms, the role, responsibilities and accountabilities of a Fire Warden and the emergency procedures for efficiently evacuating personnel from a building wing or zone. Describe in simple terms, the safety procedures and safety checks of a fire warden that should be observed when personnel are evacuating a building wing or zone. Describe the emergency procedures to be followed in the event of discovering or being warned of a fire Identify portable fire extinguishers by reference to the international colour coding systems, and/or label description. Describe which type of portable fire extinguisher is suitable for extinguishing Class A, B, C and D fires. Demonstrate the correct procedures for operating portable fire extinguishers on a simulated Class A and B fire. Demonstrate the correct procedure for smothering a simulated fire using a fire blanket

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house Explain who is authorised to stop unsafe work, when and why. State at least 6 HSE Tools available for use to control hazards and risks in the workplace. Demonstrate the ability to recognise safe and unsafe activities, using photographs, simulations or real situations. Explain what must be done after any safety observation / intervention. Using photographs, simulations or real situations identify six common workplace hazards to be found in the oil & gas industry. Correctly quantify risk using a risk matrix. Demonstrate you can identify the PPE that needs to be worn for a specified workplace activity from photographs, simulations or real situations. Explain the purpose of barriers or controls in relation to incidents. Demonstrate you are able to identify the common hazards and required controls associated with activities in your work place from photographs, simulations or real situations. State the four key people in PDO`s Permit to Work system. State the two kinds of permit to work that may be used, and which is used for higher risk areas. Explain the purpose of and what should be included in a Tool Box Talk, and your role within it. Demonstrate your ability to use a TRIC card, identify an effective Tool Box Talk, can participate in it and respond to changing conditions in the correct way. Explain your role in PDO`s STOPTM system.

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CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ­ 1st LINE SUPERVISORS, MANGERS & SENIOR MANAGERS

Explain PDO`s Golden Rules, House Rules and Life Saving Rules 100% accurately, and demonstrate they are consistently followed. State the individual consequences of following the rules, and of not following them. Describe what to do in the event of a work site emergency Describe generic hazards to individuals in the industry, associated risks, and demonstrate the use of some of the control measures and recovery measures. Briefly explain the challenges of driving and transportation in Oman and the control measures that are in place Describe their responsibilities in complying with HSE related policies, procedures and safe systems of work Describe their responsibilities in reporting unsafe acts and conditions, near miss and actual incidents Describe the ways in which individuals can help to protect the environment at work. Describe the physical properties and occupational health effects of H2S. State the personal and general safety precautions and PPE required when working in H2S designated areas. Describe emergency escape procedures that must be followed when a personal or facility H2S alarm sounds. Demonstrate an ability to correctly respond to an H2S alarm Demonstrate an ability to correctly don, wear and operate emergency escape equipment including, for appropriate personnel, Camlock`TM masks in a simulated and/or operational environment. Describe in simple terms, the role, responsibilities and accountabilities of a Fire Warden and the emergency procedures for efficiently evacuating personnel from a building wing or zone. Describe in simple terms, the safety procedures and safety checks of a fire warden that should be observed when personnel are evacuating a building wing or zone. Identify portable fire extinguishers by reference to the international colour coding systems, and/or label description. Describe which type of portable fire extinguisher is suitable for extinguishing Class A, B, C and D fires. Demonstrate the correct procedures for operating portable fire extinguishers on simulated Class A and B fires. Demonstrate the correct procedure for smothering a simulated fire using a fire blanket Explain who is authorised to stop unsafe work, when and why. State at least 6 HSE Tools available for use to control hazards and risks in the workplace. Demonstrate the ability to recognise safe and unsafe activities, using photographs, simulations or real situations. Explain what must be done after any safety observation / intervention. Using photographs, simulations or real situations identify six common workplace hazards to be found in the oil & gas industry. Correctly quantify risk using a risk matrix. Demonstrate you can identify the PPE that needs to be worn for a specified workplace activity from photographs, simulations or real situations. Explain the purpose of barriers or controls in relation to incidents. Demonstrate the ability to identify the common hazards and required controls associated with the work activities in the individual`s work place.

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house State the four key people in PDO`s Permit to Work system. State the two kinds of permit to work that may be used, and which is used for higher risk areas. Explain the purpose of and what should be included in a Tool Box Talk, and the superviisor`s/manager`s role within it. Demonstrate your ability to use a TRIC card, present an effective Tool Box Talk, can participate in it and respond to changing conditions in the correct way. State the role of a coach, mentor and assessor and explain the benefits to candidates, coaches, assessors and company of core HSE competence coaching and assessment. Explain how coaching and assessment of core HSE competence complements core HSE training. Demonstrate you consistently apply the See-Hear-Feel-Do and active listening behavioural models while you carry out an effective core HSE coaching and assessment session whether simulated or in the work place. Demonstrate you can carry out a core HSE assessment observation against a competency statement, during simulations or in the work place. Demonstrate you can carry out an objective assessment of three different evidence types against the CaRS model, in respect of core HSE competence requirements. Demonstrate you can coach a candidate towards acquiring and recording sufficient evidence that will be accepted in the core HSE competence assessment process. Demonstrate you can provide quality feedback to a candidate, coach or assessor after a core HSE coaching or assessment session. Demonstrate you can make a correct validation decision about a core HSE assessment already carried out by another assessor, from the evidence records provided. Demonstrate your ability to recognise safe and unsafe activities and conditions, PPE requirements, hazards and risks as part of a core HSE coaching or assessment session involving a safety observation, intervention and completion that uses the STOPTM system, during simulations, role play or real situations in the work place. Demonstrate, by what you do, that you accept accountability for your own actions and of those you supervise, and you can properly and appropriately delegate safety responsibility to others, before, during and after a work task, and you use appropriate supervision to ensure the required safety behaviours are used. Demonstrate you communicate safety effectively by applying and sharing communications tools (e.g. See-Hear-Feel-Do; Ask-listen-validate; seeking feedback) and by using the most appropriate style of leadership for each situation that achieves the intended and sustained safety behaviour in others. Demonstrate your ability to use effectively Hazard Awareness & Risk Assessment, TRIC cards, Tool Box Talks, STOP interventions & audits and/or any other appropriate HSE tools and skills, e.g. A-B-C` to recognise safe initiatives on the part of yourself and others, and to prevent or stop unsafe work, by intervening effectively before, during and after work tasks have commenced. Demonstrate your ability to effectively use interpersonal tools and skills such as the See-Hear-Feel-Do model, Active Listening, coaching etc to achieve a progressive and sustained improvement in the safety behaviour, competence and performance of others in the workplace. Prepare and carry out an effective personal safety action plan that specifies what you are going to improve, how you will improve it, when you will achieve it, how you will follow-through your actions to final closure, and specifies a named individual who will hold you to account for your plan being achieved.

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house Demonstrate that you measure the impact you have on others` safety behaviours in the workplace, by actively seeking feedback from your specified nominee, peers and those you work with that your personal safety action plan is being carried out, and as a result the impact you have had on others` safety behaviours in the workplace is positive, and as intended.

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CORE HSE COMPETENCIES ­ EXECUTIVE LEADERS

Describe what is expected of an executive member of staff in relation to safe behaviours. Demonstrate they consistently follow the Golden Rules, House Rules and Life Saving Rules and the individual and corporate consequences of not following them. Describe what to do in the event of a work site emergency and how to summon emergency services Describe generic hazards to individuals in the industry and associated risks. Briefly explain the challenges of driving and transportation in Oman and the control measures that are in place Describe the responsibilities of an executive when reporting unsafe acts and conditions, near miss and actual incidents Describe the ways in which executives can help to protect the environment at work. Describe the physical properties and occupational effects of H2S. State the personal and general safety precautions and personal protective equipment required when working in H2S designated areas. Describe emergency escape procedures that must be followed when a personal or facility H2S alarm sounds. Demonstrate an ability to correctly respond to an H2S alarm Demonstrate an ability to correctly don, wear and operate emergency escape equipment including, for appropriate personnel, Camlock`TM masks in a simulated and/or operational environment. Identify portable fire extinguishers by reference to the international colour coding systems, and/or label description. Describe which type of portable fire extinguisher is suitable for extinguishing Class A, B, C and D fires. Explain who is authorised to stop unsafe work, when and why, and what must be done after the safety observation / intervention. Demonstrate the ability to recognise safe and unsafe activities, using photographs, simulations or real situations. Correctly quantify risk using a risk matrix. Demonstrate you are able to identify the common hazards and required controls associated with work activities in the work place from photographs, simulations or real situations. State the four key people in PDO`s Permit to Work system. State the two kinds of permit to work that may be used, and which is used for higher risk areas. Demonstrate your ability to use a TRIC card, and carry out an effective Tool Box Talk. Describe the STOPTM system and demonstrate their role within it. State the role of a coach, mentor and assessor and explain the benefits to candidates, coaches, assessors and company of core HSE competence coaching and assessment. Demonstrate you consistently apply the See-Hear-Feel-Do and active listening behavioural models during coaching and assessment sessions whether simulated or in the work place. Demonstrate you can carry out an assessment observation against a competency statement, during simulations or in the work place. Demonstrate you can carry out an objective assessment of three different evidence types against the CaRS model, in respect of competence requirements.

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Procedure for Contractors providing Defensive Driving Training in-house Demonstrate you can coach a candidate towards acquiring and recording sufficient evidence that will be accepted in the assessment process. Demonstrate you can provide quality feedback to a candidate, coach or assessor after an HSE coaching or assessment session. Demonstrate you can make a correct validation decision about a core HSE assessment already carried out by another assessor, from the evidence records provided. Demonstrate your ability to recognise safe and unsafe activities and conditions, PPE requirements, hazards and risks as part of a core HSE coaching or assessment session involving a safety observation, intervention and completion that uses the STOPTM system, during simulations, role play or real situations in the work place. Demonstrate, by what you do, that you accept accountability for your own actions and of those you supervise, and you can properly and appropriately delegate safety responsibility to others, before, during and after a work task, and you use appropriate supervision to ensure the required safety behaviours are used. Demonstrate you communicate safety effectively by using the most appropriate style of leadership for each situation that achieves the intended and sustained safety behaviour in others. Demonstrate your ability to effectively use interpersonal tools and skills such as the See-Hear-Feel-Do model, Active Listening, coaching etc to achieve a progressive and sustained improvement in the safety behaviour, competence and performance of others in the workplace. Prepare and carry out an effective personal safety action plan that specifies what you are going to improve, how you will improve it, when you will achieve it, how you will follow-through your actions to final closure, and specifies a named individual who will hold you to account for your plan being achieved. Demonstrate that you measure the impact you have on others` safety behaviours in the workplace, by actively seeking feedback from your specified nominee, peers and those you work with that your personal safety action plan is being carried out, and as a result the impact you have had on others` safety behaviours in the workplace is positive, and as intended.

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HSE ­ SPECIFICATION

MONTHLY COLLATION OF HSE-SD ATTENDEES

An electronic version of this spreadsheet shall be completed and submitted to PDOs HSE-SD Training focal point on a monthly basis by Approved Training Providers and contractors approved to deliver PDO programs in-house.

PDO and Contractor HSE Training and Assessment Monthly Collation

Month:

Name

For DDC Courses only

ROP Driving Licence No. Total No. Of years driving experience

PDO Contract Only

Course Fee

Family

First

Middle

Employing Company Name

Em p Number

PDO Ref. Ind.

Ex Patriate Labour Card Number

Card Number

Gender

Nationality

Date of Birth dd/mm/yy

Course/Ass Title

Language

Date dd/mm/yy

Location of Training or Ass

Instructor Name

Result

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Labour Card No

ID Card No

Gender

Nationality

Date of Birth

SP 1157 Course Code

Ver

HSE Training Return for (Month/Year)

Institute/in-house training Contractor Name

Course Title

Language (A, E or H)

Course Start Date (DD/MM/YY)

Course End Date (DD/MM/YY)

Location

Instructor Name

HSE ­ SPECIFICATION

Result (C, NYC or NS)

Course Fee OMR

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