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OPITO APPROVED STANDARD

Tropical BOSIET/FOSET/FOET to BOSIET/FOET Bridging Elements

OPITO Approved Standard Bridging Elements

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An industry work group, coordinated by OPITO, developed the content of this document. Guidance and advice on this training standard is available by contacting; OPITO Minerva House Bruntland Road Portlethen Aberdeen AB12 4QL Tel: 01224 787800 Fax: 01224 787830 Email: [email protected] © OPITO All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval or information storage system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission in writing of the publishers.

AMENDMENTS AMENDMENT & DATE

1 Changed to new OPITO logo; updated header, title page & numbering scheme 04-12-2007 Removed reference to UKOOA/OPITO EBS Video because it is out of date 12-09-08 Simplified assessor qualifications 17-11-08 Changed footer to reflect amendment numbering scheme 08-Dec 2008 Clarified duration of `total contact time' and `total training day' 18-Sep 2009

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Any amendments made to this standard by OPITO will be recorded above.

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CONTENTS

SECTION A INTRODUCTION A.1 Development of Standard A.2 Assessment A.3 Certification & Recording A.4 Further Training & Periodicity SECTION B TRAINING PROGRAMME B.1 Target Group B.2 Prior Achievement B.3 Learning Outcomes B.4 Training Programme B.5 Duration of Training B.6 Assessment B.7 Further Training / Assessment SECTION C RESOURCES C.1 Staff C.2 Trainer / Delegate Ratio C.3 Facilities C.4 Equipment 4 5 5 5 5

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SECTION D GENERAL REQUIREMENTS D.1 Certification & Recording D.2 Medical & Health Requirements Appendix 1 Trainers Guidance for Bridging Basic Offshore Safety Induction & Emergency Training

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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION This document provides the learning outcomes and training programme for personnel who have previously undergone training to the OPITO Tropical BOSIET/FOSET/FOET standard and are required to achieve the specific requirements for workers in non-tropical operating areas. The OPITO Tropical standards referred to above, address all the basic training requirements of the BOSIET/FOET with the exception of the wearing of survival suits and the use of emergency breathing systems during helicopter evacuation and escape. This standard is designed to address the training required for non-tropical operations, which is not addressed within the tropical range of standards.

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Introduction continued... Development of Standard Development of this standard involved conducting a gap analysis between the training requirements of the OPITO BOSIET/FOET standard and the OPITO Tropical BOSIET/Tropical FOET standard. Using the identified knowledge and skills, the content of the training programme was developed. The competence approach has ensured the content is relevant with the benefits being focussed and effective training.

A.2

Assessment Delegates (referred to as candidates during assessment) attending this training and assessment programme will be given a series of explanations and demonstrations which will identify what they are expected to know and do. This will be followed by practical exercises, which will allow delegates to demonstrate their skills, knowledge and understanding of their emergency response role. Assessment of the delegate's performance will be against the stated training outcomes

A.3

Certification and Recording An OPITO BOSIET or FOET certificate will be issued to all delegates assessed as meeting the stated training outcomes depending on the current tropical certification held (see also D.1). Details of all delegates attending the training course and all certificates issued will be recorded within a central recording system operated and maintained by OPITO. Following satisfactory assessment the training provider delivering the emergency training will, for every delegate: 1. Issue a certificate 2. Register the delegate with OPITO

A.4

Further Practice The interval between the initial training and assessment and subsequent further practise and assessment will be as detailed for BOSIET / FOET in the UKOOA Guidelines for Competence and Training for Emergency Response. (There is no requirement for "further" bridging training.)

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SECTION B TRAINING PROGRAMME The responsibility for delivering and assessing this module rests with OPITO Approved Training Providers. The information in this section is for trainers. It provides the requirements, outcomes, content and guidance for the training. This programme will enable those being trained to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills that underpin the tasks to be performed. B.1 Target Group This programme is designed to bridge the training requirements between those previously completed during OPITO Tropical BOSIET training and those required for onshore safety and emergency response training and assessment requirements for personnel working in the offshore oil and gas industry. (Refer to UKOOA's Guidelines for the Management of Competence and Training in Emergency Response and the OPITO BOSIET standard.)

This Bridging Standard contains: Learning Outcomes Training Programme Content

B.2

Delegate Prior Achievement This training is applicable for persons who have previously attended a Tropical BOSIET or Tropical FOSET/FOET.

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B B.3

Training Programme continued... Learning Outcomes Delegates will be required to demonstrate their skills and the level of knowledge and understanding of the following key area:

HELICOPTER SAFETY & ESCAPE Delegates will demonstrate practically: (testing skills and knowledge) 1. Donning a transit type survival suit, aviation lifejacket and emergency breathing system equipment 2. Operation and use of emergency breathing system equipment during pool exercises 3. Actions in preparation for a helicopter ditching 4. Actions following: a. A controlled ditching on water (including deployment of EBS and operation of a push out window) b. A partial submersion of an aircraft (including operation of EBS but without operation of a push out window) c. A partial submersion of an aircraft (including operation of EBS and a push out window) 5. Actions following: a. An aircraft capsize in water (including deployment of EBS on the surface and the operation of a push out window)

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B B.4

Training Programme continued... Training Programme The training programme outlined in B.4 will assist the delegates to meet the stated learning outcomes. In order to make efficient use of time and ensure effective learning there should, wherever practicable, be an integration of the three phases of explanation, demonstration and practise with the emphasis on practise. Full use should be made of visual / audio visual aids and course handout material.

Practical exercises should be designed and delivered solely to meet these standards, and must not place on delegates any physical or mental demand other than those required to meet the standard.

HELICOPTER SAFETY & ESCAPE 1. Helicopter Escape and Rescue Give an explanation and demonstration of: a. b. c. d. Donning and operation of emergency breathing system equipment The principles of emergency breathing system equipment The durations of emergency breathing systems Flotation dynamics associated with emergency breathing system equipment

Delegates to practise and demonstrate:e. f. g. h. Donning a survival suit, aviation lifejacket and emergency breathing system equipment Verifying the integrity of the emergency breathing system equipment Carrying out re-breathing actions using emergency breathing system equipment at atmospheric pressure in dry conditions Carrying out breathing actions in a pool environment utilising personal air (must experience positive and negative pressure created by body orientation in the water) Deploying EBS equipment, operating a push out window and carrying out a dry evacuation via a nominated emergency exit to a heliraft from a helicopter ditched on water Assisting others where possible and carrying out vital and secondary actions

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Training Programme continued...

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Escape, through a window opening which is under water, from a partially submerged helicopter (deploying and operating EBS equipment but without operating a push out window) Escape, through a window opening which is under water from a partially submerged helicopter (deploying and operating EBS equipment and operating a push out window) Escape, through a window opening which is under water, from a capsized helicopter (deploying EBS equipment on surface prior to capsize and operating a push out window), inflating a lifejacket and carrying out in-water procedures (including individual and group survival techniques) Boarding of a heliraft from the water

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NOTES: · All delegates should be encouraged to use the emergency breathing system equipment throughout the capsize exercise · Use of the emergency breathing system equipment throughout the capsize exercise is not mandatory and not part of the assessment process · Compressed air cylinders are not to be used during the EBS training · Although push out windows are to be fitted for the capsize exercise, competence in the operation of these should be assessed during the partial submersion exercise

A Trainer's Guide is shown in Appendix 1

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B B.5

Training Programme continued... Duration of Training The optimum `contact time' for this training and assessment is seen as 5 hours. Where this training is part of a programme of longer duration: the total contact time per day shall not exceed 8 hours the total training day shall not exceed 10 hours The total training day includes contact time refreshment and meal breaks travel between training sites where applicable

B.6

Assessment Delegates will be judged against the learning outcomes using direct observation. Training providers should have a policy and procedure in place for dealing with persons not meeting the stated learning outcomes

B.7

Further Training / Assessment There is no requirement for further bridging courses as further training requirements fall within the period as defined for BOSIET. All further training is conducted at OPITO approved training centres and is undertaken by all offshore workers as detailed by UKOOA's Guidelines for the Management of Competence and Training in Emergency Response.

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SECTION C RESOURCES

C.1

Staff

In order for a competence programme to be delivered successfully it is necessary to have appropriate persons in presenting and supporting roles.

OPITO Approved Training Providers will deliver and carry out assessment of the module. 1. Training staff will be: Trained in instructional / lecture techniques and / or have proven instructing / teaching experience. Included in an ongoing training programme, which includes visits to offshore oil and gas installations, to enable them to maintain and update skills. 2. Assessors will be: Discipline experts trained and qualified in assessment techniques. 3. All staff will have: Appropriate competencies to conduct / assist with the element of training being undertaken. 4. A qualified first aid person should be in attendance during all practical emergency breathing systems (EBS) training.

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Resources continued... Trainer / Delegate Ratio The ratio shown for theory sessions indicates the maximum number of delegates attending the course. Other ratios indicate the maximum number of delegates to be supervised by an Instructor at any one time during each activity.

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Helicopter Escape Theory Theory & Demonstration 1 : 16 1 : 16

Emergency breathing system equipment familiarisation training (in pool) Helicopter Underwater Escape Trainer

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(One instructor to be nominated pool supervisor and a minimum of 2 staff as in-water safety persons). Note: Maximum number of delegates in HUET for submersion and inversion exercises is four.

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C C.3

Resources continued... Facilities

Administration arrangements appropriate for enrolment and certification of delegates and all aspects of the delivery of training in accordance with this standard. Theory training area(s) so designed to enable each delegate to view, hear and participate fully in the subject matter being taught. Practical training areas so designed to enable each delegate to individually, or as part of a team, to view hear and practise the following; (a) (b) Dry evacuation into a heliraft on water from a helicopter trainer Escape from a partially submerged helicopter trainer through an exit which is under water and use of emergency breathing system equipment Escape from a capsized helicopter trainer and use of a lifejacket Operation of emergency exits and push out windows of a type currently found on helicopters operating offshore Donning of a survival suit, aviation lifejacket and emergency breathing system equipment Operation of an aviation liferaft (heliraft) including boarding from the water Operation and use of Emergency Breathing System Equipment during pool exercises Deployment of emergency breathing system equipment during helicopter evacuation and escape training

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C C.4

Resources continued... Equipment

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Equipment, of a type found on offshore oil and gas installations, required to meet the needs of the training programme. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Lifejackets (aviation including spray hood) Survival suits Aviation liferaft (heli-raft) and ancillary equipment Helicopter Underwater Trainer (HUET) Emergency breathing system equipment

All wet re-breathing equipment must be in accordance with relevant CAA publications regarding emergency re-breather equipment 2. Safety Equipment appropriate to training being delivered: (a) (b) (c) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) First Aid Equipment Stringent hygienic EBS equipment cleaning facilities

All equipment must be maintained, and where appropriate, inspected and tested in accordance with current standards / legislation. Particular attention should be paid to the hygienic maintenance of EBS equipment including random sampling third party microbiology testing

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SECTION D GENERAL GUIDANCE & REQUIREMENTS

D.1

Certification and Recording

VANTAGE Offshore Passport & Personnel Tracking System

Persons successfully completing the bridging modules will be issued with an OPITO certificate for BOSIET or FOET and the details shall be registered with the industry database. The completion date on the BOSIET or FOET certificate shall be entered as the completion date of the current valid tropical certification. This is to ensure that all competencies required to be reassessed are addressed at the industry stipulated frequency. It is the responsibility of the training provider to supply the delegates' details to OPITO.

D.2

Medical and Health Requirements

Emergency response training contains physically demanding and stressful elements. All personnel who participate in such training should be medically fit and capable of participating fully. Training establishments are required to ensure that prior to participating in practical exercises the delegate either; (a) (b) Possesses a valid, current offshore medical certificate (e.g. UKOOA) Or Undergoes an appropriate medical screening by the training establishment

It is recommended that this information is given to delegates along with pre-course joining instructions.

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Appendix 1 GUIDANCE TO THE TRAINER The intention of the following guidance is that it be used as a reference tool by training staff in the development and provision of the exercises indicated on pages 7-8. Resources and key topics listed should not be seen as lists that are either definitive or exhaustive when being used for lesson preparation.

The optimum `contact time' for this training is seen as 5 hours.

The times indicated for individual lessons are flexible within this overall optimum time. However instructional staff should see these times as indicators to the amount of detail required for the delivery of the topic.

Where this training is part of a programme of longer duration the total contact time per day should not exceed 8 hours and the total training day should not exceed 10 hours. The total training day includes contact time, refreshment breaks and travel between training sites where applicable.

Content 1. Registration and Safety 2. Course Introduction 3. EBS theory and demonstration 4. Helicopter Escape / Survival 5. Assessment of 3 above is included in the above times The Optimum Contact Time 5 hours (300 min. ) Optimum Contact Time (mins)

Not included

10 30 260

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Instructor's Guide ­ Bridging (Registration & Safety) Ref OPITO Std Learning Outcome

Subject Registration

Key Topics Medical Fitness CR (refer to OPITO Training Record) Training Provider Registration Training Provider Health & Safety Policy Fire Alarm / Emergency Actions First Aid Site Plan of training facility

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Safety

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Visual Aids Medical Statement CTR Registration Forms Training Provider documentation

Not included in course training time total

KEY E D P Explanation (by training staff) Demonstration (by training staff) Practice (by delegate)

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Instructor's Guide ­Bridging (Course Introduction) Ref OPITO Std Learning Outcome Safety Induction

Subject Course Introduction

Key Topics Aim (what the course is designed to do) Learning Outcomes (what is expected of delegates) Timetable / Programme (how delegates can achieve what is expected of them) Certificate (when and what certificate will be issued) Staff (who will be involved with the delegates)

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Resource Visual Aids

Time 10 mins

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Instructor's Guide ­ Bridging (Helicopter Escape /survival & rescue) Ref OPITO Std

Subject Helicopter Emergencies Emergency breathing system equipment · · · ·

Key Topics

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Time

Donning and operation of personal wet emergency breathing system equipment The principles of emergency breathing system equipment using compressed air The durations of re-breathing personal and compressed air systems Flotation dynamics associated with emergency breathing systems equipment

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E&D

Visual Aids Emergency breathing system equipment

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Instructor's Guide ­ Bridging (Helicopter Escape /survival & rescue)

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Subject Practical Emergency breathing system equipment ·

Key Topics Delegates to don survival suit, emergency breathing system equipment and lifejacket and to be familiarised with emergency equipment prior to first exercise Verify the integrity of the emergency breathing system equipment Carrying out breathing actions using emergency breathing system equipment at atmospheric pressures in dry conditions Carrying out breathing actions in a pool environment utilising personal air (must experience positive and negative pressure created by body orientation in the water) Moving through the water in a submerged state

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Learning Outcome

Resource Staff Safety

Time

250 mins Visual Aids Survival Suit Lifejackets Heliraft Helicopter Underwater Escape Trainer (c/w exit mechanisms) PPE Emergency Breathing System Equipment

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E,D &P E,D &P

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Subject Surface Evacuation ·

Key Topics Dry evacuation from a helicopter ditched on water using a nominated exit to a heliraft. Deploying EBS equipment and operating an emergency exit/push out window. Escape through a window which is under water from a partially submerged helicopter - operating EBS but without operating a push out window - operating EBS and operating a push out window Escape through an escape exit which is under water from a capsized helicopter - deploying EBS equipment and operating a push out window Inflate lifejacket & deploy spray visor Practise individual and group in-water survival procedures - swimming, HELP, towing, chain, huddle/circle etc. Boarding a heliraft from the water

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P E,D &P

Learning Outcome 3&4a

Resource

Time

Partial Submersions 1. 2. Capsize

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3, 4b&c E,D &P E,D &P 3&5a E,D &P E,D &P E,D &P E,D, &P E

Staff Safety Transit Suits Lifejackets Heliraft Helicopter Underwater Escape Trainer PPE Emergency Breathing System Equipment

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Survival

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10 mins

Summary

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