Oil and Gas is a highly hazardous industry and is more prone to hazardous incidents. The work-related incidents in the oil and gas industry have been causing great damage to all stakeholders – from the personnel working in respective organizations to the communities in which the companies operate. Because of alarming work-related fatalities, injuries, and environmental concerns, the Governing Bodies and the States are incorporating tougher and tougher legislation to ensure safe working environments. But, is it enough?
This course focuses on operational safety and is intended to enable delegates to apply and implement effective safety management across all areas of their operation, anywhere in the world.
The curriculum is in line with NBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety. It focuses on international standards and management systems, highlighting the importance of process safety management in the oil and gas industry, enabling delegates / participants to effectively discharge workplace safety responsibilities both onshore and offshore.
The human aspect takes the center stage and after the course the participants are expected to return to their respective workplaces with the necessary knowledge that would enable them to take leadership in Operational Safety in Oil and Gas environment.
At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
- Identify major on-the-job hazards for workers and assets in the Oil and Gas industry.
- Appreciate the significance of Safe Operations in the Oil and gas Sector.
- Understand and Apply the concepts of emergency preparedness.
- Become aware of the concepts of proactive versus reactive safety.
- Understand considerations for Fire and Gas Hazards.
- Develop site-specific programs, policies, and procedures.
Who Must Attend
This course is designed specifically for those with safety responsibilities in the oil & gas industry. The Senior Management and other key positions are also encouraged to take this course. The target audience may include:
- Oil and Gas Professionals who are keen to attain a holistic and integrated overview of HSE (Health, Safety and Environment).
- Safety Managers, Supervisors, Safety Representatives.
- H&S (Health and Safety) Advisors within the oil and gas industry.
- Plant Managers, O&M (Operations and Maintenance) Personnel.
- ERM (Enterprise Risk Management) Professionals.
Unit IOG1: Management of International Oil and Gas Operational Safety
DAY-1: ELEMENT 1 – HSE Management in Context
• Activity: Pre-Assessment – To determine understanding of delegates / participants about Safety in Oil and Gas industry
• Introduction to the course objectives and contents
• Learning From Incidents
o Incidents and near misses
o Incident Types
o Why Incident / Near Miss Investigation?
o Effective Incident Investigation and Reporting
o Major Past Incidents in Oil and Gas Industry
• Hazards Inherent in Oil and Gas
o Nature and Types of Hazards
o Fire and Gas Hazards
o Properties and Hazards of Gases
o Toxic Gas Hazards
o Drilling Muds / Drilling Fluids
o Sludges (Drilling Wastes)
• Risk Management Techniques Used in The Oil and Gas Industries
o The 5 –Steps approach to Risk Assessment
o HAZID – The Core of Risk Assessment
o Risk Matrix
o Swiss-Cheese Model
• An Organisation’s Documented Evidence
o The Purpose of Documented Evidence such as Safety Cases and Safety Reports
o Typical Content of Safety Cases and Safety Reports
DAY-2: ELEMENT 2 – HC (Hydrocarbon) Process Safety 1
• PSE – Process Safety Event
• Thresholds / Tiers
• Contractor Management
o The Scale of Contratcor Use
o To achieve safe working with contractors
o Safe Shift Handover
o Understanding the Hazards/Issues
• Process Safety Management (PSM)
o DF and EI - Dow Fire and Explosion Hazard Index
o MFETI - Mond Fire and Explosion and Toxicity Index
o PSM Controls
o MOC – Management of Change
o Case Study
o Roles and Responsibilities
• Permit-to-Work Procedures
o Typical Features of a Permit-to-Work Document
o Types of Permits-to-Work
o Interfaces with Adjacent Plant
o Interfaces with Contractors
o Safe Isolation, Lock-Out and Tag-Out Systems
o SAFE ISOLATION STEPS
• Key Principles of a Safe Shift Handover
o Shift Handover communication problems
o Making handovers more effective
• Plant O&M (Operations and Maintenance)
o Asset Integrity
o Maintenance Strategies
o Corrosion Control - Practice and Procedures
o Monitoring Systems
o Asset Integrity Competency and Training
o RBI – Risk Based Inspection
o Hot Work Permit Requirements
• Start Up and Shut Down
o Safe Start up/shut down of HC-containing equipment
o Water and Hydrates Presence and Removal
o Testing, Commissioning and Hook-Up
DAY-3: ELEMENT 3 – HC (Hydrocarbon) Process Safety 2
• Failure Modes
o Stress Corrosion Cracking
o Thermal Shock
o Brittle Fracture
o Safe Operating Envelope
• Other Type of Failures
o Weld Failures
o Magnetic Particle
o Eddy Current
o Radiography (X-ray or Gamma)
o Thermal Imaging Camera
• Safety Critical Equipment Controls
o ESD - Equipment and Systems
o Safety Integrity Levels (SIL) for instrumentation
o Procedures for by-passing ESD
o Blow-down facilities
o Closed and open drain headers, sewers, interceptors
• Safe Storage of Hydrocarbons
o Hazards and Risks
o Hydrocarbon Vapour Clouds – generation and potential effects
o UVCE - Unconfined Vapour Cloud Explosions
o CVCE - Confined Vapour Cloud Explosions
o BLEVE - Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapour Explosion
o Decommissioning Old Oil and Gas Wells
o SIMOPS - Management of Simultaneous Operations
• Fire Hazards, Risks and Controls
o Fire Triangle and Fire Tetrahedron
o Static electricity
o Identification of ignition sources
o Hazardous area classification ‘zones’
o Electrical equipment and tools for use in hazardous areas
• Furnace and Boiler Operations
o Hazards and Risks of Boiler Operations
o Boiler Explosions
DAY-4: ELEMENT 4 - Fire Protection and Emergency Response
• Fire and Explosion in the Oil and Gas Industries
o Leak and Fire Detection Systems: General Considerations
o Smoke Detectors
o Heat Detectors
o Flame Detectors
o PFP - Passive Fire Protection
o Active Fire Protection
o Mobile/Portable Equipment
• Emergency Response
o A 3-part strategy to prevent major accidents
o ERP - Emergency Response Plan
o ERT- Emergency Response Team
o FES - Fire and Explosion Strategy
o Medical Emergency Planning
o EER - Escape, Evacuation and Rescue
o Roles and Operation of Fire Teams
o IC - Incident Controller
o MC - Main Controller
o Offshore Command Structure
o Training and Drills
o Liaison with External Support Agencies
DAY- 5: ELEMENT 5 - Logistics and Transport Operations
o Marine Transport
Control of Marine Operations, Certification of Vessels, Inspections and Approvals
Role and Responsibilities of Marine Co-ordinators
Role and Responsibilities of Master (Captain) of Vessel
PFSP - Port Facility Security Plan
o Land Transport
UN Classification of Dangerous Substances
UK HazChem label
• Case Studies
• Wrap-up of 5-day outline
• Mock Exam
This course provides a very enriching learning experience to the participants and encourages them to actively participate in the proceedings. The 2-way communication principle is adopted whereby the delegates learn from the industry experience of the Trainer and at the same time are given opportunity to express their views and ideas.
Depending on the expertise and capability of participants they would even be encouraged to present the learning during the course by themselves with a view to optimize the retention of the knowledge shared by the Trainer/ Facilitator.
The instructional format capitalizes on a careful balance of formal lectures by the Trainer and individual/ group exercises/ workshops. The Program will use following learning methods/ techniques:
• PowerPoint presentations and Lectures
• Daily Quizzes to determine the retention of knowledge and encourage attentiveness
• Exercises/ workshops/ Case studies to develop understanding of the topics covered
• Delegates will be encouraged to take active part in discussions and express their views/ ideas.
• Presentations by the participants to give them confidence and for determining their understanding of the contents taught.
MUHAMMAD SALIM JANDULA
MS Industrial Engineering Mississippi State University
MBA from Institute of Business Administration
BE Mechanical Engineering from NED University of Engineering & Technology
Jandula is a Professional Development Trainer/ Speaker and a Mentor. He speaks on Operational Excellence, Safety Leadership and Oil and Gas Business Dynamics.
Jandula has demonstrated Safety Leadership, Training & Development, Mentoring and Communication Skills during his 30 years Operational and Training experience in Energy/ Oil & Gas and Manufacturing sectors. Apart from imparting Training, he has held Practical Leadership Roles in Plant Operations, Joint Ventures, Field Management and Procurement & Logistics.
A Professional Mechanical Engineer with Masters from USA and an MBA, Jandula has collaborated/ worked with Global Players/ Multinationals like Eni, OMV, MOL, PGNig, PPL (Formerly Burma Oil Company UK), and Al-Futaim UAE etc. Following are some of his major achievements:
- Ensured integrity of Plants and Pipeline network and achieved the hallmark of Three Million Safe Man-hours with no lost time Injury Frequency (LTIF) and 99.99% Station Reliability of State of the art Plant.
- Managed 13 E&P (Exploration and Producing) Industrial Assets and increased the profitability by 7% through effective Assets Integrity Management Systems and Optimized Operations.
- Managed 425 MMCFD Gas Field with 150 KM Pipeline Network and Compression / Dehydration and Processing
A partial list of delegates in his previous programs/ conferences include companies such as:
ENGEN South Africa
Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy, Republic of Mozambique
SABIC Saudi Arabia
Nigeria National Oil Company
Among his participants, Jandula is known for his pleasing personality and applicable tools and interactive style of presentation.
He is able to cross refer the training contents with the real life work situations and uses a wide variety of specific industry case studies. He encourages the delegates to actively participate in the proceedings and uses workshops and role play models to enable the participants grasp the concepts and apply in their respective work areas when they go back to work after attending the trainings.
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