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Course code: MTP-053
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 2,5-3 hours
Language: Norwegian / English
Price: NOK 4200,-


The course content is designed to satisfy the requirement concerning competence in relation to the regulations by providing knowledge of the HSE regulations structure and content and giving examples of practical use.

Course contents:

•    About the regulations
•    Structure
•    Acts
•    Regulations
•    Selected issues
•    The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway
•    Practical use

When working through the course, it is a good idea to remain on the net so you can make active use of the regulations. That way you will benefit most from the course.

In order to have the course approved, you must answer 80% of the questions in the test correctly. The test is made available after you have completed the course.

A great deal of the course content has been imported from Lovdata and the Petroleum Safety Authority website.

The regulations are readily available on the internet:
www.lovdata.no
www.psa.no

Proactima offers following collections in drilling/well , compliance/culture, development projects/modifications and more on request. Contact learning@proactima.com

Course code: MTP-037
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutter
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: NOK 600,-

Basic knowledge of ISPS rules and regulations applicable to international ports and harbours. 

The course objective is to raise awareness of possible threats to international ports and harbours. Completed course normally gives access to ISPS-areas on harbours.

 

Course Content

- Introduction

- Regulations

- Roles and responsibilities

- Threats

- Security levels and measures

Course code: MUK-003
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutter
Language: Engelsk
Price: NOK 500,-

This course aims to give offshore personnel the knowledge required to understand the hazards and controls associated with working in an environment where they could potentially be exposed to H2S.


Learning Objectives
- Explain the physical properties and sources of H2S, and identify the areas on an offshore installation where you would expect to encounter H2S
- Explain the physiological effects of exposure to varying toxicity levels of H2S
- Explain the responsibilities and duties of all personnel and their duties under current legislation
- Explain the current legal occupational exposure limits for short and long term exposure periods relating to H2S
- Describe the various methods for detecting H2S
- Describe the various personal and respiratory protection equipment required for undertaking tasks in areas where H2S may be present
- Explain the hazardous area classifications which may be encountered on an offshore installation and the associated control measures required
- Explain the formal requirement for H2S contingency plans on installations
- Identify the different alarms encountered offshore and the emergency and evacuation procedures that should be followed

Course code: MTP-013
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: Norwegian
Price: NOK 1000,-

This course provides participants with knowledge of the principles and methods used to reduce pollution, as well as an understanding of guidelines and regulations for the external environment.

Today, most organisations in the offshore industry are responsible for various kinds of emissions to the air, water, and ground, in addition to using vast amounts of natural resources tp manufacture various products.

Every organisation has a duty to minimise its impact on the environment. This course provides participants with knowledge of the principles and methods used to reduce pollution, as well as an understanding of guidelines and regulations for the external environment.

 

Course Content

- Introduction

- Environmental challenges

- Conditions and framework

- Hazardous substances

- Acute pollution

Course code: MUK-015
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

This course aims to increase learners’ awareness of the importance of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and outline the legal duties and responsibilities of employers and employees in relation to PPE.

Course Content
-Define what is meant by Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
-Identify the different types of PPE
-Identify the legal duties and obligations surrounding PPE
-Describe the Hierarchy of Control measures and the use of PPE in relation to this
-Explain the requirement for assessing the suitability and compatibility of PPE
-Explain the maintenance requirements for PPE
-Describe the duties and responsibilities of employees in relation to PPE

-Explain the importance of PPE-related training, information and instructioon

Course code: MUK-036
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 2 hours
Language: English
Price: NOK 1500,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide learners with an introduction to the principles of the equipment and technology associated with the bolting of flanged joints for pressurised systems. This course is intended to reflect industry ‘best practice’ for competence in relation to mechanical joint operations and applies to both the onshore and offshore Oil and Gas Industry.

 

Target Audience: This course is aimed at all personnel involved in mechanical joint operations, particularly those who are expected to undertake related duties in the workplace.

 

This course contains the following sections:

 

Section 1: An Introduction to Mechanical Joint Integrity

Section 2: Principles of Hand Torquing

Section 3: Principles of Hydraulic Tensioning

Section 4: Principles of Controlling Tightening

Course code: NOG-GSK-REP
Course type: Classroom course
Duration: 2 days
Language: Norwegian
Price: From NOK 9350,-

The object of this course is to ensure that course participants maintain and update their knowledge of basic safety and emergency response.

 

After completing the course the students should have refreshed and upgraded their knowledge and proficiency in:

- The use of handheld fire extinguishers

- Lifesaving first aid

- Using an escape chute

- Correct use of a rescue suit with breathing apparatus

- Helicopter evacuation (HUET) (see comment under miscellaneous)

 

This course is valid for 48 months.

Course code: MUK-091
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 1000,-

This course contains seven modules:

 

Module 1: Introduction

 

Module 2: Process Flow Systems

 

Module 3: Process Flow Diagrams

 

Module 4: Piping and Instrument Diagrams

 

Module 5: Reading Process Diagrams

 

Module 6: Process Systems

 

Module 7: Instrument Systems

Course code: MUK-168
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 2 hours
Language: English
Price: NOK 1500,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide learners with an overview of well integrity and its importance in maintaining safe and secure operations

 

Target Audience: All relevant personnel

 

This course contains the following sections:

 

Section 1: Well Integrity Overview

Section 2: Well Categorisation and Well Barriers

Section 3: Well Design and the Cementing Process

Section 4: Human Factors in Well Integrity

Course code: MTP-063-FT
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: Approx. 2 hours
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: NOK 1150,-

The course meets the requirements set in § 7 of the "Safety Regulations for Work and Operation of Electrical Equipment and Installations- FSE", that relevant personnel shall be given annual training and instruction in FSE. The course also provides the necessary training and instruction in first aid, focusing on electrical injuries, with the exception of the mandatory practical training in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

The regulations of various authorities make FSE applicable to all those working with electricity, whether on board ship, on platforms or on land. This course is suitable for all, regardless of which industry you work in. 

Throughout the course the focus is on attitudes and the individual's responsibility to follow the regulations. FSE training is about acquiring knowledge about the regulations, but it is equally important for the individual to understand why we have these regulations. It is crucial to succeed in getting the individual to understand the importance of working safely, so that the electrical safety develops in the right direction and that the number of accidents is reduced.

The authorities require that training in FSE and first aid in the event of electrical accidents is undertaken at least once a year. No more than 12 months shall elapse between training courses.

The fast track version of the FSE course starts with a pre-test which checks the participant's knowledge of FSE. Depending on the answers given, the participant will get a course that is tailored to the level of knowledge revealed in the pre-test. The fast track version of the course is suitable for all but is particularly practical for those undertaking refresher training in FSE. The version without fast track may be found in the course catalogue with the course name FSE High and Low Voltage and course code MTP-063.

Course code: MUK-031
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

This course aims to increase learners’ awareness of the potential for dropped objects, and to outline the
responsibilities of personnel and actions to be taken to prevent dropped object incidents occurring. This course is based on the Dropped Object Prevention Scheme (DROPS) and industry best practice.

 

Course Content
-Define what is meant by a ‘dropped object’
-Identify the common causes of dropped objects and their consequences and explain the importance of
eliminating, or reducing the risk of, incidents occurring
-Identify the duties of employers and employees in eliminating dropped object incidents
-Identify areas with a high potential for injury to personnel should a dropped object incident occur
-Identify examples of bad practice
-Describe the measures that should be taken to control the risk of falling objects

Course code: MUK-010
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

Dette kurset er kun tilgjengelig på engelsk.


This course provides learners with an awareness of the hazards involved in working at height and gives an overview of industry best practice in relation to working at height.


Course Content
- Define what is meant by "working at height"
- Identify the key pieces of legislation that help to control work at height
- Explain the duties that are placed on employers and employees by the Work at Height Regulations
- Describe the hazards involved in working at height
- Explain the importance of planning and risk assessment
- Describe the hierarchy of control for managing and selecting equipment for work at height
- Identify the factors that should be considered when assessing the method to be used for working at height
- Describe the main methods of access for working at height and give examples of the different types of working at height equipment
- Describe the rules for working with ladders
- Describe the rules for working with scaffolds
- Explain the importance of inspecting equipment

Course code: MUK-025
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

Course goal: This course aims to provide awareness of how gas hydrates may be formed and the effects that they can have on pipeline flow assurance. The course examines what hydrates are, how they are formed and their molecular structure. It discusses flow assurance, details the risks of pipeline plugging by hydrates, and outlines the various methods of controlling hydrate formation

Target Audience: Process Operators

Learning Objectives

LO1 Identify what hydrates are
LO2 Describe how hydrates are formed
LO3 Describe the structure of hydrates
LO4 Describe flow assurance
LO5 Identify the potential for hydrate plugging
LO6 Describe the methods used to control hydrate formation
LO7 Identify methods of hydrate control using chemical injection
LO8 Describe new technology for the control of hydrates

Course code: MUK-026
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 500,-

This course aims to introduce, develop and increase learners’ knowledge and awareness of the importance of Risk Assessment and how it cake reduce the likelihood of accidents in the workplace.

 

Course Content
- Explain the principles of, and steps involved in, the Risk Assessment process
- Explain that employers have a responsibility for completing Risk Assessments and that employees have a duty to follow Risk Assessment outcomes
- Identify a typical Risk Assessment form
- Explain the requirements of the Risk Assessment team
- Recognise and explain Risk Assessment terminology
- Identify the different steps within the Risk Assessment process
- Identify common, industry-specific hazards
- Determine the appropriate level of Risk Assessment that may be required
- Explain how to use a Risk Matrix to evaluate the level of risk
- Explain how to identify appropriate control measures based on the Hierarchy of Control
- Explain what is meant by ‘Initial Risk’ and ‘Residual Risk’
- Describe what to do if any Residual Risk remains too high
- Explain how to carry out a Personal Risk Assessment and recognise its importance before each task
- Explain the importance of Dynamic Risk Assessment
- Identify situations where ‘Stopping the Job’ may apply
- Explain the importance of communicating the outcomes of a Risk Assessment
- Understand the importance of communicating ‘Lessons Learned’
Course code: MTP-011
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 2,5 hours
Language: English
Price: NOK 1150,-

All usage, storage, and inspections of lifting equipment shall be in accordance with the producer’s instructions and requirements stipulated in the NORSOK R-003 standard.  Lifting equipment shall be used only by personnel who have and can document competence in lifting operations.

 

This course provides a basic review and update of knowledge of lifting equipment in accordance with applicable standards.

The course requires completed modules 0-1.1 in the basic slinger course, fall safety, and simple lifting equipment modules 0-2.2.  In addition, practical experience slinging loads is required.

 

Course Content

-General information about lifting and lifting equipment 
-Information about marking and tagging, material properties, correct usage and scrapping criteria for the following lifting equipment: fibre straps and big bags, chain slings, steel straps, shackles, eyebolts and eye nuts, lifting caps and turnbuckles, load bearers 
-Using lifting equipment, fall safety and specific lifting equipment.

Course code: PRO-026
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 4-6 hours
Language: Norwegian
Price: NOK 3000,-

For English version of this course, please enrol to "Enterprise Risk Management (English version)".

Enterprise risk management is about working with what is important to your business, ie setting the right priorities in a time of great challenges and limited resources. The purpose of ERM is to ensure the right balance between developing and creating value and to prevent accidents, injuries and losses.

After completing the course, participants will have a greater understanding of risk management and how a company can implement this in their business.

 

Course content

Topics that will be covered in this course:

* Risk management - conceptual clarification

* Why risk

* How to structure risk management in business

* How to implement risk management process

* How to establish management structures, roles and responsibilities

* What support systems can support risk management

* How to develop a culture that supports enterprise risk

* How to learn, evaluate and improve enterprise risk

 

The course can be taken as a pure e-learning courses or combined with a final classroom collection (recommended). The course will be implemented as "Blended Learning" and is divided into two main parts:

The theoretical implemented as individual e-learning. Part two of the course undertaken as a classroom session where the central theoretical topics discussed, and where participants work with case studies.

Course code: MUK-028
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour 30 Minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 1000,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide an introduction to each key phase of the exploration and production industry.

Target Audience: This course is aimed at personnel from all sectors of the Oil and Gas Industry – government agencies, authorities, operators, contractors and service companies. It is especially valuable for newcomers to the industry and non-technical personnel working in areas like HR, finance, IT, contracts and administration who feel they could benefit from gaining a wider appreciation of the ‘bigger picture’.

Learning Objectives

1. History of the Oil and Gas Industry

LO1 Give an overview of the origins of hydrocarbons

LO2 Explain how oil and gas reservoirs are formed

LO3 Identify types of reservoir rock and fluid properties

LO4 Explain the difference between Upstream vs. Downstream

2. Energy Supply and Demand

LO5 Give an overview of oil and gas supply and demand

LO6 Give an overview of the costs involved in oil and gas production

LO7 Identify global oil and gas fields

3. Field Life Cycle

LO8a Give an overview of the stages involved in the exploration and production process

3a. Exploration, Appraisal and Drilling

LO08 Give an overview of the processes and methods used to search for oil and gas

LO09 Explain how oil and gas discoveries are developed

LO10 Explain the purpose of seismic technology

LO11 Describe the differences between onshore and offshore developments

LO12 Give an overview of how offshore platforms and pipelines are installed

LO13 Give an overview of the equipment and processes involved in drilling a well

LO14 Explain how to complete a well and prepare it for production

LO15 Identify different types of oil and gas structures

LO16 Describe what is meant by ‘shallow water’ and ‘deep water’ developments

3b. Production

LO17 Explain reservoir production mechanisms

LO18 Give an overview of artificial lift systems

LO19 Explain what is meant by well stimulation

LO20 Explain the process for the production and treatment of reservoir fluids

LO21 Identify the main methods used to transport offshore oil and gas onshore

LO22 Explain the process of refining oil and gas

LO23 Provide an overview of well workover operations

3c. Decommissioning

LO24 Give an overview of decommissioning obligations and solutions

4. The Future

LO25 Give an overview of future energy demand

LO26 Explain how to ensure security of supply

Course code: MTP-038
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English, Norwegian
Price: NOK 1100,-

Insufficient understanding of risk often leads to delayed projects, accidents and other unwanted incidents.
This course provides a basic understanding of what risk is, how it can be managed and how understanding risk helps us make better decisions.

 

Course Content
- What is risk?
- Managing risk
- That we each play a role in preventing things from going wrong
- That actions and decisions may influence the risk to ourselves and others far into the future
- That we perform risk assessments in order to make better decisions when we are unsure

 

Course code: MUK-037
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Language: English
Price: NOK 1000,-

Course Goal: This course aims to provide learners with an introduction to the principles of the systems associated with oil and gas processing operations.

Target Audience: All relevant personnel

Course Overview

(Course Navigation and Welcome screens)

Section 1: An Introduction to Oil Treatment

LO1 Explain the theory behind the process of separation in the Oil and Gas Industry

LO2 Identify the most common types of separator

LO3 Identify the requirements for a test separator and explain how they are used to monitor individual well production

LO4 Give an overview of main oil line pumps and explain how they are deployed

Section 2: An Introduction to Gas Compression and Hydrate Prevention

LO5 Give an overview of the process of gas compression

LO6 Describe the different methods of chemical injection used for hydrate prevention (during gas export)

Section 3: An Introduction to Utility Systems

LO7 Identify the different utility systems in use in the Oil and Gas Industry

LO8 Describe the use of sea water lift pumps and water polishing systems

LO9 Describe the purpose of cooling systems and heat exchangers

LO10 Describe the use of heat medium systems

LO11 Describe the use of potable water systems

LO12 Describe the use of diesel storage systems for the bunkering, storage and distribution of diesel

Course code: MTP-055
Course type: E-learning course
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: Norwegian and english
Price: NOK 500,-

The course covers the government requirements on theoretical training for personnel who may undertake simple operational and maintenance tasks on the electrical system.

The course focuses on preventing accidents and to be aware of the dangers of working with electricity. 

The theoretical part of First Aid and instructions are covered, but it is necessary to undertake practical training both in First Aid and the work tasks covered by the instructions in relation to the electrical installation where you are to work.

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