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Course code: PRO-009
Course type: Blended course
Duration: 10-15 hours e-learn ...
Language: English
Price: From NOK 7900,-

Course meets AML § 6-5 on requirements for trainig safety delegates and AMU-members

This course provides a solid theoretical foundation within the HSE. But the focus is always how work safety, health and the environment are planned and carried out in practice.

 

After completing the module, participants will be better able to understand the safety significance of work for society, business and individuals. At the same time the motivation to work with HSE to be strengthened. This is done through learning and reflection on important topics such as:

- HSE concepts
- Key principles of management and HSE
- Measures and models for HSE

 

Course content
- Introduction to Safety Management - Regulation of health, safety and security
- Internal control and management philosophy - Duties and rights
- HSE management - vision, strategy and goals
- Culture - Behaviour
- Health and environment - Environmental
- Safety - The risk management process and risk analysis
- Preparedness - Monitoring of adverse events

Course code: PRO-009
Course type: Blended course
Duration: 10-15 hours e-learn ...
Language: Norwegian
Price: From NOK 7900,-

Course meets AML § 6-5 on requirements for trainig safety delegates and AMU-members

This course provides a solid theoretical foundation within the HSE. But the focus is always how work safety, health and the environment are planned and carried out in practice.

 

After completing the module, participants will be better able to understand the safety significance of work for society, business and individuals. At the same time the motivation to work with HSE to be strengthened. This is done through learning and reflection on important topics such as:

- HSE concepts
- Key principles of management and HSE
- Measures and models for HSE

 

Course content
- Introduction to Safety Management - Regulation of health, safety and security
- Internal control and management philosophy - Duties and rights
- HSE management - vision, strategy and goals
- Culture - Behaviour
- Health and environment - Environmental
- Safety - The risk management process and risk analysis
- Preparedness - Monitoring of adverse events

Course code: PRO-005
Course type: Blended course
Duration: 4-6 hours E-learnin ...
Language: Norwegian
Price: From NOK 9500,-

For English version of this course, please enrol to "Emergency Response Management 2nd line".

 

Proactive emergency response management involves identifying measures that can control the development in the desired direction and take action before circumstances force one to do it.
This course is the first step of the way to handle such situations and thus participate in 2.eller 3 line emergency response organization onshore.

 

After completing the course the participants:
•  Understanding of 2. line emergency response organization's tasks and challenges in an emergency situation
•  Understand the principles, concepts and key measures related to the handling of emergency situations

 

Course content:
• Introduction - What is emergency response? Why is it important?
• Defined hazard and accident situations - Understanding of concepts and examples
• Organization of emergency - overall and within the company
• Roles and responsibilities of various internal and external actors
• Contingency planning documents - overview, as well as suggestions for content in the 2nd line emergency plan
• Relevant regulatory requirements

 

Target group:
Target group is all personnel who will participate in 2. line emergency response work in the company.

 

Learning methods:
Initial e-learning courses and a final in-house classroom collection.
Please contact us for a customized business services.

Course code: PRO-022
Course type: Blended course
Duration: 4-6 hours e-learnin ...
Language: Norwegian
Price: From NOK 8000,-

Christmas 2011, Norway was hit hard by extreme weather Dagmar. Immediately, a very large number of customers affected by power outages. The main reason for power outages and that they were so long, was that the network as a whole could not stand the strain. The companies' contingency plans, organization and crisis management was put to the test. NVE pointed out afterwards that the companies had to take the experience further work on risk and vulnerability assessments, contingency plans, exercises, information and emergency contact and cooperation with other businesses. This course provides basic knowledge in all these areas, and will set the course participants better able to participate in an emergency organization in the power supply.

 

Course aim:

After completing the course, participants should;

• Understand the principles, concepts and key measures for handling emergency situations.

• Have a common understanding of the organization's emergency response tasks and challenges in an emergency situation.

 

What can participants expect?  

The course covers the following areas:

◦ Introduction - What is the emergency? Why is it important?

◦ The relevant regulatory requirements.

◦ The road from ROS analysis and contingency analysis to the establishment and maintenance of emergency preparedness.

◦ defined hazard and accident situations - understanding of concepts and examples.

◦ Organisation of emergency - overall and within the company.

◦ Roles and responsibilities of various internal and external stakeholders.

◦ Emergency Documents - Overview and suggestions for content in a contingency plan.

◦ Challenges related to management in an emergency situation, including media management and leadership under stress.  

 

On the day the collection, we will go into detail:

• Comprehensive preparedness concept.

• Proactive emergency management.

• Training and exercises.

• Effective crisis communication and emergency response information (what is a crisis, reputation importance, protection of stakeholders (customers, authorities, employees and other stakeholders).  

 

Audience:

All personnel shall participate in emergency planning in the power supply or collaborating agencies (county, municipality, emergency services).

Course code: PRO-005
Course type: Blended course
Duration: 4-6 hours E-learnin ...
Language: English
Price: From NOK 9500,-

Proactive emergency response management involves identifying measures that can control the development in the desired direction and take action before circumstances force one to do it.
This course is the first step of the way to handle such situations and thus participate in 2. line emergency response organization onshore.

 

After completing the course the participants:
•  Understanding of 2. line emergency response organization's tasks and challenges in an emergency situation
•  Understand the principles, concepts and key measures related to the handling of emergency situations

 

Course content:
• Introduction - What is emergency response? Why is it important?
• Defined hazard and accident situations - Understanding of concepts and examples
• Organization of emergency - overall and within the company
• Roles and responsibilities of various internal and external actors
• Contingency planning documents - overview, as well as suggestions for content in the 2nd line emergency plan
• Relevant regulatory requirements

 

Target group:
Target group is all personnel who will participate in 2. line emergency response work in the company.

 

Learning methods:
Initial e-learning courses and a final in-house classroom session.
Please contact us for a customized business services.

Course code: PRO-003
Course type: Blended course
Duration: 3-5 hours e-learnin ...
Language: Norwegian
Price: From NOK 5400,-

For the Engslish version of this course, please enrol to the course "HSE for Managers (corporate version)".

Since January 1st 2006 all employees shall, according to Arbeidsmiljølovens §3-5, complete training in HSE work.
This means that all business leaders and managers with responsibility for personnel shall have knowledge of basic principles of systematic health, environment and safety work.

This course covers the legal requirements for safety training for managers.

Your responsibility as an employer and manager:
It is documented positive relations between good working environment and profitable operations. After this course you will be better able to understand the safety significance of work for corporate and individual, and how you as a leader may work systematically to achieve good safety performance. The motivation for working with the HSE will be strengthened.

 

Course Content
The course is structured around the principles of continuous improvement:
 1. Why should we work with the HSE? - Motivation
 2. Where will we? - Structured Planning
 3. How do we get there? - Perform
 4. Do we know if we are on the right track? - Check
 5. Do we change course? - Correct

You will also learn more about:
- Laws and regulations on safety
- Challenges in the health / environment, external environment and safety
- Various tools and instruments

 

Learning methods:

Initial e-learning courses and a final in-house classroom session.

Please contact us for a customized business services.

 

Course code: PRO-025
Course type: Blended course
Duration: 4-6 hours e-learnin ...
Language: English
Price: From NOK 9500,-

Proactive emergency response management involves identifying measures that can control the development in the desired direction and take action before circumstances force one to do it. This course is the first step of the way to handle such situations and thus participate in 3rd line emergency response organization onshore.

 

After completing the course the participants:

• Understanding of 3rd line emergency response organization's tasks and challenges in an emergency situation

• Understand the principles, concepts and key measures related to the handling of emergency situations

 

Course content:

• Introduction - What is emergency response? Why is it important?

• Defined hazard and accident situations - Understanding of concepts and examples

• Organization of emergency - overall and within the company

• Roles and responsibilities of various internal and external actors

• Contingency planning documents - overview, as well as suggestions for content in the 3rd line emergency plan

• Relevant regulatory requirements

• Crisis communication 

 

Learning methods:

Initial e-learning courses and a final in-house classroom collection of two days. Please contact us for a customized business services.

Course code: EXT-006
Course type: Blended course
Duration: 8-hour e-learning + ...
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: From NOK 10850,-

This course combines self-study by e-learning and classroom training with demonstrations and examples which is useful when working in explosive atmospheres.

The course is suitable for personnel who should have an introduction in potentially explosive areas, marking, equipment, and requirements.

Participants will be introduced to the relevant parts of the NEK 420, IEC 60079 standard (NEK EN 60079-standards) as well as national adaptations where relevant.

Course code: EXT-007
Course type: Blended course
Duration: 5 hours + 1 day cla ...
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: From NOK 10600,-

This course combines self-study by e-learning and classroom training with demonstrations and examples which is useful when working in explosive atmospheres.

This course is made for personnel involved in selection, erection, inspection and maintenance of equipment for potentially explosive atmospheres.

The courses give an introduction and repetition in different subjects treated in the relevant IEC 60079 Standards (NEK EN 60079).

Course code: EXT-008
Course type: Blended course
Duration: 5-hour e-learning + ...
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: From NOK 10850,-

 

This course combines self-study by e-learning and classroom training with demonstrations and examples which is useful when working in explosive atmospheres.

The concept intrinsic safety is unlike the other Ex protection concepts as it is a system concept. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the system as a whole, how the environment and individual components affect the system to maintain the integrity of the intrinsically safe system.

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