Applied Occupational Health and Hygiene - HS24

PetroSkills
Course summary
Length: 5 days
Location: London
Provider: PetroSkills plus
Course type: Open / Scheduled

Applied Occupational Health and Hygiene - HS24

Applied Occupational Health and Hygiene - HS24
Basic Conflict Management Skills for Managers and Leaders

Produced Hydrocarbon Fluids; Process Drawings; Production Facility Operations; Basic Physical Principles; Oil and Condensate Processing; Produced Water Treating; Gas Conditioning and Processing; Auxiliary Systems (Gas Lift, Sea Water Treating); STAVANGER / ABERDEEN - Typical North Sea oil and gas producing operations, produced water treating, seawater treating, other offshore topics of general interest; BRISBANE - Gas processing, introduction to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) processes; MIDLAND - Gas conditioning and processing, sour gas treating, sulfur recovery; PITTSBURGH - Mechanical refrigeration principles and equipment, NGL fractionation and cryogenic NGL recovery

Suitability - Who should attend?

For HSE specialists and others with responsibilities for specifying and implementing OH and IH programs. Some prior knowledge of health-related topics is desirable.

Outcome / Qualification etc.

How To Implement hazard (or stressor) characterization, exposure assessment, and exposure controls; Effectively embed health risk assessment (HRA) and health impact assessment (HIA) into HSE management systems; Embed the Human Factors Engineering (HFE) process into projects; Predict, explain, and interpret adverse ergonomic health effects to workers; Identify potential medical emergencies and develop medical emergency response (MER) plans; Evaluate fitness for duty (FFD) good practices (including implementation of drug and alcohol policies); Possible causes of ill-health hazards during the food handling cycle, the origins of water borne health hazards, and preparation of preventive and corrective actions; Implement procedures to prevent and respond to the impacts of thermal extremes; Describe the procedures and monitoring required for IH including noise, vibration, chemical, and biological agents, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation; Procedures to identify and reduce risk of psycho/social agents

Training Course Content

Produced Hydrocarbon Fluids; Process Drawings; Production Facility Operations; Basic Physical Principles; Oil and Condensate Processing; Produced Water Treating; Gas Conditioning and Processing; Auxiliary Systems (Gas Lift, Sea Water Treating); STAVANGER / ABERDEEN - Typical North Sea oil and gas producing operations, produced water treating, seawater treating, other offshore topics of general interest; BRISBANE - Gas processing, introduction to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) processes; MIDLAND - Gas conditioning and processing, sour gas treating, sulfur recovery; PITTSBURGH - Mechanical refrigeration principles and equipment, NGL fractionation and cryogenic NGL recovery

Expenses

The course price depends on the selected location or venue.

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