Health Safety & Environment Programmes

Specialized Courses on Health Safety & Environment Programmes

Advanced HSSE Principles & Practices

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Incorporating good leadership skills HSSE brings together three fields of expertise, all of which come under the auspices of an Integrated Management System. To ensure that you are part of this continued successful approach attendance of this advanced training course is essential and will provide you with the new competencies required to lead in this demanding combined field.
- Leadership Safety Excellence - Roles, Responsibilities, Accountability and Authority - Organisational and Environmental Risk, Threats and Impact Perspectives - Incident & Accident Investigations & Reporting - Emergency Preparedness, Response and Business Resilience & Recovery - Security Management, protection of people, assets, reputation & data - Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) cycle for continual improvement
- Design new leadership traits that can and will make the difference - Develop the necessary communication skills to work with all stakeholders - Develop rational problem solving and decision-making skills for emergencies - Develop the knowledge and skills required to investigate all adverse events - Enhance your Safety and Security Management leadership skills -
Offshore/Onshore Installation Managers, Facilities Engineers, HSE Officers/Engineers, personnel in oil and gas industry
N120,000 5 Days May 7-11 August 6-10

Safety Leadership in the Oil and Gas Industry

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This course introduces the concept of leadership in managing health and safety within organizations. Managerial roles in driving and ensuring health and safety compliance is explained and structures to guarantee same broken down for easy understanding.
- HSE – MS - Legal, financial and moral reasons for good HSE Management - Introduction to behavioral based Safety - The role of the manager in HSE Management
- Understand the HSE Management System - Understand why organizations must maintain robust HSE Management systems - Understand leadership roles in HSE Management
Offshore/Onshore Installation Managers, Facilities Engineers, HSE Officers/Engineers, personnel in oil and gas industry
N150,000 3 Days April 9-13 September 3-7

Process Safety Management

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This course is designed to meet provide participants with the knowledge of hazards in process facilities and the need for safe design, engineering and operation of process units and equipment so that they do not fail and cause catastrophic events such as loss of containment. Participants will be skilled to identify process hazards and differentiate them from personal/occupational safety hazards.
-Introduction to Process Safety -Process safety vs personal safety -PSM in offshore and onshore facilities -Elements of Process Safety Management
- Understand Process Safety Management - Understand the 13 elements of a PSM program - Engage in practical exercises in analyzing process safety related accidents in oil and gas
Offshore/Onshore Installation Managers, Facilities Engineers, HSE Officers/Engineers, personnel in oil and gas industry
N120,000 3 days June 18-22 October 15-19

Functional Safety Engineer Training

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This course provides an overview of process industry safety engineering from the point of view of the Risk Analyst, Process Safety Coordinator, and Control Systems Design Engineer. It delivers a complete overview of the functional safety lifecycle. The course reviews Process Hazard Analysis (PHA), Consequence Analysis, Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA), Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Target Selection, Safety Requirements Specification (SRS) generation, failure rates, device and system reliability, SIF verification, SIF detailed design and Operations requirements. This course forms a broad review in preparation for the Certified Functional Safety Expert (CFSE) and Certified Functional Safety Professional (CFSP) process industry application engineering exams.
Introduction to Safety Instrumented Systems Principles of Risk Management The Safety Lifecycle Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) Consequence Analysis Likelihood Analysis Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA) Tolerable Risk SIL Target Selection Safety Requirements Specification Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) failure From failure rate to SIL Single devices to system Redundant Architectures Requirements to SIF SIF Design and Verification in the Safety Lifecycle SIF Detail Design Operations
- Understand SIS in risk management - Be able to perform a PHA - Be able to carry out Consequence Analysis and LOPA - Understand SIF design, applications and operation - Understand Safety in Design (SID)
Process Safety engineer Control engineer Reliability engineer Engineering/Operations management Plant risk analysts Loss prevention professionals CFSE and CFSP Process Application candidates Request On-Site Training Pre-Register for Public Course
N250,000 4 days June 25-29 November 19-23

Accident Prevention and Control

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This course is designed to meet the skill requirements of personnel working in oil and gas industry who will be required to develop systems for the prevention and control of accidents/incidents in the workplace. Participants will be exposed to accident causation theories and methods for preventing accidents in the workplace.
-Accidents, incidents and Near misses -Anatomy of accidents and accident analysis -Accident causation theories -Accident prevention techniques -Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment -Hierarchy of Controls
- Differentiate between accidents, incidents and near misses - Carry out anatomy of accidents and understand accident causation theories - Be able to identify hazards and carry out simple risk assessments using a simple risk matrix - Understand the hierarchy of controls and its application in managing risk
Engineers, HSE Professionals, Offshore/Onshore Personnel, Managers and Supervisors, regulators/regulatory bodies, personnel in oil and gas and other allied industries
N250,000 3 days April 2-4 June 25-27 Oct 29-31

Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis (Using 5 Why and Why Tree)

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This course is designed to meet the skill requirements for personnel with the responsibility of investigating work-related accidents/incidents in the workplace using the Root Cause Analysis method. It provides practical hands-on experience in investigating case studies and incidents in the workplace.
-Accident Causation Theories -Why investigate accidents? -Introduction to RCA -Practical demonstration of an accident investigation using 5 Why and Why Tree Analysis
- Differentiate between accidents, incidents and near misses - Carry out anatomy of accidents and understand accident causation theories - Understand reasons for reporting and investigating accidents - Understand Root Cause Analysis as an incident investigation tool - Be able to use Why Tree and 5 Why in investigating accidents, incidents or near misses
Project Managers/Engineers, Construction Managers/Engineers, HSE Managers/Engineers/Officers, Onshore/Offshore Installation Managers and personnel with responsibilities of investigating incidents in the workplace.
N150,000 3 days May 2-4 Aug 1-3 Nov 5-7

Managing Health and Safety in the Workplace

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This course will provide managers/supervisors with HSE roles/responsibilities in the workplace the skill and knowledge to develop company’s occupational/Industrial safety, health and welfare management system and comply with its legal duties.
-What is HSE? -Reasons for Managing HSE -Hazard Identification and Risk Management -HSE Management Systems (OHSAS 18001 Model)
- Understand Employer and Employee Responsibilities in Managing HSE - Be introduced to OHSAS 18001 HSE MS - Understand how to develop hazard identification and risk assessment programs in an organization
Project Managers/Engineers, Construction Managers/Engineers, HSE Managers/Engineers/Officers.
N150,000 3 days May 21-23 Aug 27-29 Oct 15-17

Construction Risk Reduction in Oil and Gas

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This course will provide managers/supervisors with HSE roles/responsibilities in the workplace the skill and knowledge to develop company’s occupational/Industrial safety, health and welfare management system and comply with its legal duties.
The construction industry is considered very critical and hazardous. Organizations have discovered that failure to understand these hazards and risks have also affected company financial performance in the long run. This course provides participants with the skill and knowledge to identify, analyze and develop control measures for construction related hazards and risks.
- Understand HSE risks in the construction industry - Understand construction risk reduction principles - Develop skills for contractor management in a construction environment - HSE principles for construction work activities
Project Managers/Engineers, Construction Managers/Engineers, HSE Managers/Engineers/Officers, personnel with responsibilities within construction projects in oil and gas.
N100,000 3 days April 16-18 August 1-3

HSE Regulatory Compliance for Managers in Oil and Gas

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This course is designed for managers. It provides background of key International requirements; introduce participants to Nigerian legal provisions and what the Law expects from employees. Participants will understand safety and environmental legislations, regulations, policies and requirements to ensure companies comply and avoid litigation.
- Introduction to HSE Management - International HSE Laws - Sources of Nigerian Laws - HSE Laws in Nigeria - Understanding the Petroleum Act and Mineral Oil Safety Regulations (MOSR) -
- Understanding HSE Management - Understand international requirements for HSE management - Understand HSE regulatory requirements - Understand HSE Laws in Nigeria
HSE Managers, HSE Professionals, Environmental Specialist, Regulatory and Compliance Managers, Company Directors/Managers.
N150,000 2 days April 2-3 July 2-3 Nov 1-2

Fire Marshall Training Leading to Certified Fire Marshal

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This course is designed for personnel who are responsible for preventing losses related to fire incidents. It will provide opportunities to develop elements of critical thinking and general problem-solving skills to an advanced level. Exemplifying, analyzing and evaluating the potential and actual impact of fires in the workplace. Participants will be expected to successfully complete a competency test at the end of the training.
- Introduction to Loss Prevention - Chemistry of Fire - Who is a Fire Marshall? - Theories of Fire Spread - Fire Classification - Fire Prevention Techniques - Practical Demonstration of firefighting using portable fire extinguishers - Fire Engineering in the built environment
- Understand the Chemistry of fire and fire science - Understand mediums of fire spread and prevention techniques - Understand fire suppression methods and equipment - Understand fire detection equipment and methods - Use of portable fire extinguishers - Understand fire engineering in the built environment - Fire fighting methods and techniques
Loss Prevention Specialists/Managers, Safety Officers, Engineers, Fire Marshalls and other oil and gas professionals interested in being certified as Fire Watch or Fire Marshall.
N100,000 5 days April 16-20 Oct 22-26

Fire Watch Training Leading to Certified Fire Watch

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This course is designed for personnel who are responsible for watching for potential hazard scenarios that could lead to fire incidents during welding, confined space entry and other activities. Participants will be expected to successfully complete a competency test at the end of the training.
- Chemistry of Fire - Who is a Fire Watch? - Theories of Fire Spread - Fire Classification - Fire Prevention Techniques - Practical Demonstration of firefighting using portable fire extinguishers - Confined Space Entry and Hazardous Atmospheres - Use of portable gas detection equipment
- Understand the Chemistry of fire and fire science - Understand mediums of fire spread and prevention techniques - Understand fire suppression methods and equipment - Understand fire detection equipment and methods - Use of portable fire extinguishers - Understand confined space entry risks and entry watch requirements
Loss Prevention Specialists/Managers, Safety Officers, Engineers, Fire Marshalls and other oil and gas professionals interested in being certified as Fire Watch or Fire Marshall.
N100,000 5 days April 16-20 Oct 22-26

Risk Reduction and ALARP Demonstration in Oil and Gas

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This course is designed to provide participants the skill to through reasoned and supported arguments, show that all practical measures that can be reasonably implemented have been implemented to reduce the risk for Safety Critical Events (SCEs) in the workplace, adopted control measures will collectively eliminate and/or reduce the risk to As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP) levels and identify suitable approach to be employed in providing evidence of ALARP demonstration.
- What is ALARP in Oil and Gas? - Legal Context of ALARP - Quantitative Risk Assessment and Cost Benefit Analyses - Practical Demonstration of ALARP using structured methodology - Risk reduction hierarchy - ALARP criteria - Demonstrating risk -
- Identify different options available for risk reduction (control hierarchy) - Decide when risk reduction measures can best be used - Describe the concepts of “tolerability of risk” and “As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP)” - Apply the ALARP concept and conduct an ALARP assessment to an appropriate level of detail
Risk Managers, Safety Managers, Offshore/Onshore Installation Managers, Safety Officers/Professionals, Company Directors/Managers, Loss Prevention Supervisors, Engineering Managers and other Oil and Gas Professionals seeking knowledge in the field.
N150,000 3 days

Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene

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Participants will develop understanding of industrial hygiene terminology, principles and practices. The key processes in an effective industrial hygiene effort; anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control will be explained and taught in an easy to comprehend manner. Participants will also be familiarized with chemical, physical, ergonomic and biological hazards in the workplace.
- Occupational Health Exposures in the workplace - Industrial hygiene needs analysis - Basic anatomy and physiology associated with routes of entry and toxicology - Emerging trends in combustible dust, hexavalent chromium, flavorings-related lung disease, bioterrorism, nanotechnology and pandemic influenza - Introduction to monitoring equipment and exposure limits
- How to distinguish chemical, physical, ergonomic and biological hazards - How to conduct an industrial hygiene needs analysis - Hazard evaluation techniques - Identify monitoring equipment and exposure limits
Industrial Hygiene Professionals, Occupational Health Professionals, Safety Managers, Offshore/Onshore Installation Managers, Safety Officers/Professionals, Company Directors/Managers, Loss Prevention Supervisors, Engineering Managers and other Oil and Gas Professionals seeking knowledge in the field.
N120,000 5 days June 18-22 September 17-21

Quality Control in Industries

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Companies under contract or subcontract to the federal government or other companies are required to take elaborate measures to assure product quality and reliability. This course provides participants the skill and knowledge to assure product quality and reliability in industries with focus on ISO 9001.
- Introduction to Quality Management and Control - Understand Requirements of Quality Management System (ISO 9001) and Implement - Plan, Perform and Report Quality Management System Audits -
- Understand quality management principles - Understand ISO 9001) - Understand the Plan, Do, Check and Act Cycle - Be able to conduct a quality management audit
Quality Managers, HSE Managers, Supervisors/Team Leads, Directors/Managers, and other professionals interested in quality management techniques.
N100,000 3 days May 9-11 November 19-21

Food Safety and Hygiene

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This course is designed for food manufacturers and handlers to identify and control food safety hazards. Participants will understand requirements for a food safety management system and what an organization needs to do to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards to ensure that food is safe.
- Introduction to Food Safety and Hygiene - Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) - ISO 22000 (Food Safety Management System) - Personal Hygiene - Food Safety Legislations/Regulations -
- Understand food hygiene requirements - Understand HACCP techniques and principles - Understand ISO 22000 - Understand personal hygiene requirements to prevent OH exposures
Catering Managers/Contractors/Supervisors, Food Handlers, Safety Officers/Engineers, Managers, HSE Professionals and other professionals involved in food safety/management.
N100,000 5 days May 21-25 October 15-19

Environmental Impact Assessment

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This course provides excellent training for officials within the government sector in the evaluation, management and administration of environmental impact assessments, environmental consultants and research scientist. The review of EIA related reports and applications (including applying the law, site investigations, etc.); setting of enforceable conditions and the monitoring thereof; and socio-economic considerations in EIA and public participation are included in the training.
- Introduction and Background to EIA - Law Policy and Institutional Arrangements - Identification of Issues, Public Participation & Stakeholder Involvement - Environmental Audits (EA) and Environmental Management Systems (EMS) - Scoping & Terms of Reference for Specialist Studies - Identification and Review of Alternatives - Environmental Impacts Evaluation - Impact Mitigation and Abatement - Development of Environmental Management Programmes - Decision making and writing Conditions of Approval - Appeals, implementation and compliance monitoring - Case studies of EIA reports and their shortfalls
- Assess the adequacy and quality of all documents culminating in review of the EIA report - To take account of public comment and to take advantage of public EIA review - Determine if the information and process culminating in EIA sufficient for a final decision to be made - Identify, as necessary, the deficiencies that must be addressed before the report can be submitted
Persons involved in enforcing the EIA regulations in Nigeria, environmental consultants, policy makers on environmental management, research scientist on environmental studies. Persons who would like to understand the way in which EIA documentation is evaluated and managed. The course is designed to suit the following categories of people but not limited to them: Asset Integrity Managers, Maintenance Managers, Production Managers, HSE Managers. Safety Engineers, Reliability Engineer/Maintenance Engineer/ Supervisor Safety professional Design Engineer/Production Engineer and everybody who wants to broaden knowledge and interest in these areas.
N200,000 5 days April 23-27 October 8-12

Risk Analysis Using Bowtie Methodology

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Introduction to Bow-Tie methodology training to personnel working in the oil and gas and other related industries provide a flexible approach for applying the tool for Risk Assessment. Bow-Tie technique is used for analysing hazard scenarios, identify existing barriers, and identify escalating hazards and managing the risk effectively. With visual diagram, Bow-Tie technique is an excellent tool for communication through different levels of workforce in organization. The participants will learn the Bow-Tie methodology from principle to advance; as well as gain hands-on experience through Bow-Tie workshop.
- Bow-Tie History and Methodological parents - Overview of Bow-Tie and advantages of Bow-Tie - Introduce Bow-Tie Software - Risk Assessments and ALARP Exercises - Data manipulation, Export & Import -
- Understand Risk Management - Differentiate between Quantitative vs. Qualitative - Understand the Bow-Tie Methodology - Exercises - Understand Escalation Factor and the management System -
Engineers, Process Safety Management coordinators/managers, plant management executives, HSE Operations & Management personnel including others responsible for Risk Management.
N100,000 2 days April 2-3 July 23-24 September 3-4

Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

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This course Covers the basic methodology of LOPA and the detailed stages of its application. Participants are shown how to identify significant scenarios, estimate frequencies for the worst-case events and how to assign risk categories.
- Introduction to LOPA - Developing LOPA Scenarios - Estimating the consequence of the scenario - Estimating the Likelihood of the Selected Initiating Event - Estimating the Probability of Failure of Independent Protection Analysis - Calculating Risk - Judging the Risk - Case studies - Special Applications of LOPA - Planning your path forward with LOPA
- Introduction to LOPA - Developing LOPA Scenarios - Estimating the consequence of the scenario - Estimating the Likelihood of the Selected Initiating Event - Estimating the Probability of Failure of Independent Protection Analysis - Calculating Risk - Judging the Risk - Case studies - Special Applications of LOPA - Planning your path forward with LOPA
Engineers, Process Safety Management coordinators/managers, plant management executives, HSE Operations & Management personnel including others responsible for Risk Management.
N100,000 2 days March 26-27 June 4-5 November 12-13

Oil Spill Response and Management

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This course is designed to give you an insight into some of the key complexities that you may face in an event of oil spill incident and the tools to use to overcome such. The course gives the candidate a chance to use their own initiative and thought processes to understand the challenges of incident management. Candidates are also able to witness the difficulties faced in deploying equipment with a hands-on practical exercise. The course will give you a structured journey of an oil spill from the causes and fates of oil spills through to oil spill response termination. At the end of the training, PTI certificate of completion will be awarded to the candidates who score more than 70% of the assessment.
- Introduction to oil spill, response and management - Consequence of oil spill - Spill response option and resource requirements - Roles of government agencies and the industry - Safety first culture in spill response - National and International conventions and legal frameworks - Protecting your organisation reputation
- Develop Effective emergency response contingency plans - Understand consequence of oil spill - Understand Spill response options and resources requirements - Understand roles of government agencies and the industry - Understanding PR and media expectations and how to effectively communicate with the media and general public - Understanding how to terminate a response
Personnel responsible for emergency response management and command of oil spill response incidents, Decision-making managers within the oil and gas and shipping industries, Individual performing the role of an Executive Commander, Incident Controller or Incident Commander in an Emergency Response Team, People belonging to regulatory or statutory bodies associated with emergency response, Senior officials from government agencies involved with spill response (Environment, Navy, Army, NIMASA, NPA, etc.), Harbour masters, Port Captains, Incident managers at port and terminals
N180,000 3 days May 7-9 August 27-29 Oct 29-31

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) and Risk Based Management (RBM) In Oil and Gas Operations

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This course is designed to provide participants with practical tools in analysing oil and gas operation risks and make recommendations for minimization and control using FMEA best principles and best practices
- FMEA Basic Concepts - FMEA Analysis - RBM Analysis
- To understand the failures, risk and criticality concepts - To understand the different application of FMEA and FMECA concepts - To understand the Design Failure Mode and effect analysis (DFMEA). - To understand the Process Failure Mode and effect analysis (PFMEA). - To understand the System Failure Mode and effect analysis (FMEA). - To understand the Maintenance concepts. - To understand the Reliability Centered Maintenance concepts. - To understand the FMEA & RCM concept as basic of safe integrity asset performance achievement.
Asset Integrity Managers, Maintenance Managers, Production Managers, HSE Managers. Safety Engineers, Reliability Engineer/Maintenance Engineer/ Supervisor Safety professional Design Engineer/Production Engineer and everybody who wants to broaden knowledge and interest in these areas.
N100,000 3 days May 2-5 August 1-3

HAZOP Study Awareness

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At the end of the course, you will understand the HAZOP process, its benefits and limitations, the roles and responsibilities of HAZOP participants and when the HAZOP technique should be applied
- Introduction to HAZOP - HAZOP Team Composition and Process
- Understand HAZOP - Understand the HAZOP process – nodes, deviations and causes - Understand who should participate in a HAZOP – roles and responsibilities - The HAZOP process – consequences, safeguards and recommendations - Understand what HAZOPs don’t do for you
Engineers, HSE personnel, Process engineers, Reliability engineers and those interested in becoming scribes and undertaking HAZOP jobs.
N100,000 1 day April 2 August 7 October 2

HAZOP Training for Team Leaders and Members

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This integrated course provides effective, realistic training for HAZOP team members and leaders using examples drawn from a range of specialised industry sectors as well as presentations covering all the essential aspects of the method, you will participate in workshops on HAZOP for continuing processes, sequential operations and computer-controlled plant. You will also learn more about the relationship between HAZOP and other hazard identification methods and hazard studies.
HAZOP Overview Risk Assessment Introduction HAZOP Competencies HAZOP Methodology HAZOP Preparation HAZOP Software HAZOP Facilitation Introduction to LOPA Recommendation and Report Writing Revalidation HAZOPs Over 50% of the course time is allocated to group work on realistic HAZOP case studies, giving practice in their respective roles for both team leaders and team members. Examples are drawn from a range of process industries and typical reports are also provided. Participants take part in discussion and analysis sessions to identify strengths, weaknesses and learning points from the case studies.
- Understand the purpose and benefit of using HAZOP and how it fits into safety and risk management framework - Have an appreciation of the requisite skills required for HAZOP participation, recording and facilitation - Understand and apply the HAZOP methodology - Creatively investigate a process design to identify the potential process deviations, their possible causes and their consequences - Understand layers of protection analysis (LOPA) - Write a HAZOP report
Asset Managers, Maintenance Managers, Production Managers; Logistic Managers, Reliability Engineer/Maintenance Engineer/ Logistic and Supervisor; Rotating Engineer/ Static Engineer/Supervisor; Design Engineer/Production Engineer and everybody who wants to broaden knowledge and interest in this topic.
N150,000 3 days April 3-5 August 8-10 October 3-5

The Complete Course for Risk, Reliability and Safety Management

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This training course examines learning from failures and techniques for decision analysis with emphasis on the use of advanced risk, reliability and operational research techniques and applying them to cases of major failures and disasters. The idea of the training course is to look at Learning from Failures. This will be through examining known and topical cases, as well as cases related to the particular own experience of the delegates. This will be based on the analysis of reported disasters with the aim of exploring techniques that can help us to understand the root causes of why those incidents occurred and how such crises unfold over time and hence how can we learn generic lessons from those disasters.
- Understanding of safety, risk and continuity of operations - Development of people management skills - Mastering techniques that can enhance plant reliability - How to conduct benchmarking and quality systems auditing - Applying decision analysis approaches -
- Learn Best Practice and learn how to avoid Bad Practice through assessment of case studies of disasters in various industries - Gain sufficient skills to work in industry as reliability, maintenance, safety and quality professionals - Explain the benefits of acquiring best practices from High Reliability Organizations (HROs) - Determine methods for generating and implementing effective performance metrics - Analyze critically the methodologies employed in the organization & implement improvements
Operations & Process Professionals Reliability & Safety Professionals Other professionals involved in process improvement
N250,000 10 May 14-25 October 8-19

Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM/TENOM) Sources Handling and Management in Oil and Gas Industry

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To train the participants on the hazards of uncontrolled activities associated with enhanced levels of NORM can contaminate equipment, the environment and pose risk to human health. The training will be an interactive and practical experience with case studies. Including practical NORM measurement.
- Origin and sources of NORM - Dosimetry and units - Measurement and detection of norm/practical guide/NORM - Exposure and Health Hazards of NORM - Contamination and Waste in the oil and gas industry. - Transportation of NORM Waste and disposal options. - NORM Management Process Cycle. - NORM Decontamination. - NORM Regulations, Control, and guidelines of NNRA, IAEA.
- Understand NORM exposures and hazards - Be able to use measuring and detection equipment - Understand safe NORM management and transportation - Understand NORM regulations
HSE Supervisors, HSE managers, Radiation Protection officers and others.
N100,000 3 days July Sept

Fire Prevention and Control Techniques

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This course is designed to provide participants with skill and knowledge in preventing and controlling fire risks in their workplace.
- Fundamentals of fire prevention requirement - Fire Chemistry - Characteristics of fuels in the Petroleum Industry - Mechanism of Combustion - Fire Prevention Techniques - Classification of fire - Fire suppression and techniques of extinguishment - Effects of fire on personnel - Firefighting equipment; installations and techniques - Emergency/evacuation procedures - Evaluation of fire risk.
- Identify fire hazards in their operations and prescribe - preventive measures. - Classify their work environment into fire zones - Attack and extinguish any fire outbreak using portable fire extinguishers
Safety Personnel, Fire Officers; Loss Control, Managers and Supervisors, Security Officers/Supervisors in various sections of the Petroleum Industry.
N120,000 5 days February May October

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency

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Renewable energy and energy efficiency are essential for managing water resources and food production in a more socially and environmentally-responsible way. This course is designed to provide delegates knowledge and skills to make food, water and energy systems more sustainable
- Photovoltaic solar power generation - Basic of solar energy - Photovoltaic System - Photovoltaic energy conversion performance and output - Electrics for photovoltaic - Hands on installation - Electrical Safety - Legislations in renewable energy - Wind power generation - Wind energy conversion - Wind turbines structures - Electrics for wind systems - Site selection and planning - Resource estimation - Installations and Safety
- Understand Photovoltaic and wind energy systems - Be able to safely install renewable energy systems - Understand renewable energy regulations
Technicians, Supervisors and others that want to develop carrier in renewable energy
N100,000 3 days 8th - 10th May, 2017 - 1st Run 6th - 8th Nov., 2017

Chemical Waste Handling and Management

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To acquaint participants with new and modern techniques in the handling and management of Chemical Waste in the Petroleum and Allied Industries.
- Theory of Chemical Waste - Identification and Classification of Chemical Waste - Analysis of Chemical Waste - Temporary Storage of Chemical Waste - Transportation of Chemical Waste - Safety Aspects in Handling of Chemical Waste - Treatment of Chemical Waste - Disposal of Chemical Waste
- Understand hazards of chemical waste - Understand how to handle chemical waste without damaging the environment - Understand hazard waste classification and best disposal techniques
Laboratory Technicians and Technologists, Oil Field Workers, Chemical Analyst, Supervisors, Field Officer, Safety and Health Officers and Managers
N100,000 3 days February August

Basic First Aid

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This basic first aid course is the standard training recommended for workplace first aid providers. It’s also good for anybody who wants to be able to help during a medical emergency. Medical emergencies related to ill health or an accident can happen anywhere at any time – this course will ensure you know what to do.
- Consideration and classification of accident - The purpose of first aid treatment - General Consideration of different types of injuries - and method of handling them. - Consideration of the contents of First Aid kits - Basic CPR
- Be able to recognize life-threatening situations. - Be able to offer vital assistance before more experienced help arrives.
Emergency responders, Hall Wardens, Engineers, Technicians, Management, and all employees working in an industrial environment
N100,000 3 days April November

Pollution Prevention and Control

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To acquaint participants with the knowledge of environmental protection. Pollution Control and prevention, environmental impact of pollution.
- Introductory Ecology - Pollutants Classification of air, water and land - pollutants and toxic Metals. Effects and prevention. - Water Pollutants, Sewage Treatment and biological - examination of water. - Oil Spillage and procedures to combat the oil spillage. - Other Pollutants from the Petroleum Industry and remedial - measures. - Toxicology.
- Understand what a pollutant is - Understand the effective preparation, planning, and implementation of pollution prevention and control measures
Chemical, Production, Petroleum, Mechanical Engineers, Field Production Supervisors, Technicians, Science Laboratory Technologists, Para-Medical Staff, staff of environment protection agencies, water works, etc.
N100,000 3 days March June October

Oil/Drilling Waste Management

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To equip participants with modern techniques for the safe handling and disposal of oil and drilling waste in an environmentally friendly manner.
- Basic Chemistry of Crude Oil - Drilling Fluids - Composition/formation of drilling waste - Toxicity of oil drilling waste - Waste Management Techniques - Waste disposal methods
- Understand best waste disposal technique for oil/drilling waste - Understand waste management hierarchy - Understand regulatory requirements for oil/drilling waste
Waste Management Personnel, HSE Personnel, CLO’s and Drilling Rig Personnel.
N100,000 3 days April August November

Waste Management

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The main aim of this course is to expose the participants to new technology in waste handling and disposal. These methods of waste management would ensure a clean environment.
- Classification of Waste - General Consideration of the various hazards associated with - wastes accumulation. - Waste disposal methods - Consideration of waste treatment methods - Personnel protective equipment for waste Disposal - Consequences of untreated wastes - Field Trips.
- Understand waste disposal methods - Understand hierarchy of waste management - Understand waste management techniques
Environmental Scientists, Staff of environment protection agencies, Local Government Council Sanitary Officers, Health Staff, Safety Officers, Engineers.
N100,000 5 days February August

Toxicity of Environmental Pollutants

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To acquaint participants with the basic knowledge of the extent/degree of toxicity of some pollutants, their dangerous effects in the environment and preventive measures.
- Sources and types of pollutants - Biodegradable and nonbiodegradeble. - Distribution, availability and measurement of pollutants in - the environment.
- Understand the effect of pollutants on the environment - Understand pollution sources and how to manage them
Health Staff, FEPA Staff, Food and drug Administration Staff, Environmental and Safety Officers, Staff of Water Works, Laboratory Technologists and Technicians, Chemists and Chemical Engineers.
N100,000 5 days March September

Defensive Driving Skills for Drivers Leading to Drivers Certification

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This course is designed to equip the participants with the concept of road accident, the unsafe and unsafe conditions and how they contribute to road accident, and the procedure to be taken to reduce road accidents. It is also to enhance the driving skills of the drivers.
- History of Road Safety in Nigeria - Road accident statistics in Nigeria - Unsafe acts by drivers - Unsafe Conditions - Conditions that lead to road accidents - Defensive driving - Drive and survive rules - Elements of defensive driving - Characteristics of defensive drivers - Standard accident prevention formula - Positions of two vehicles collisions - Second rules - Stopping distance formula - Following distance - Reaction distance - Road traffic Accident reduction - Goals of road traffic accident reduction - Avoidance of Head on collision - Perfect Trip - Types of inspection - Procedures of road accident reporting - Study of some recorded road accidents - possible causes and - prevention - Practical Section - Driving Simulator
- Understand road traffic requirements - Be able to drive safely and defensively - Be able to identify unsafe driving conditions and apply precautions - Understand vehicle inspection requirements
Professional Drivers and all who desire to gain defensive driving skills
N100,000 5 days February September

Introduction to Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Environmental Management

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GIS is a powerful tool for environmental data analysis. It allows better viewing and understanding physical features and the relationships that influence in a given critical environmental condition. On completion of this course, participants will receive knowledge and skill in analyzing GIS data in planning and managing the environmental hazards and risks.
- Remote Sensing an overview - Electromagnetic spectrum - Sensing Systems - Practical Remote Sensors - Data reception transmission and processing - Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Practical Application - (Outside Class discussion) - Overview of Geo-Spatial Data. - Geospatial Representation, Processing and Analysis. - Introduction to GIS Software i. Licensed Software ii. Open Source Software
Create the awareness of the importance of remote sensing and GIS in Environmental and Disaster Management. Develop capacity of participants in Remote Sensing and GIS applications. To develop the participants in digital map generation and practical applications.
Environmental Scientist / Engineers, Surveyors, Urban Planners, Decision Makers, e.t.c.
N100,000 5 days August

Radiation Protection Training

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It is designed to provide delegates with the radiation protection knowledge they required to supervise others working with ionizing radiation. Delegates will also gain understanding of hazards and risks associated with ionizing radiation. This will enable them to undertake risk assessments develop safe systems of work and to implement contingency programmers identified from such risk assessment training.
- Ionizing radiation. - Units used in radiation protection. - Biological effects of ionizing radiation. - Radiation dosimeters. - Ionizing radiation risk assessments. - Radiation monitors. - Ionizing radiation regulations. - Radiation Safety. - NORM/LSA and the Management of NORM waste in oil and - gas industry. - Industrial Radiography
- Understand ionizing radiation properties and effects - Understand radiation monitoring regulations and requirements - Understand HSE requirements - Be able to conduct risk assessments - Be able to develop radiation protection systems
Radiation Protection Supervisors, Radiation Safety Officers (RSO), Industrial Radiographers, Managing Radioactive Site Contractors, X-ray Welders. e.t.c.
N100,000 5 days April September

Radiological Safety Protection Course

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This course is intended for ionizing radiation source user for inspections, welders, industrial radiography, maritime, nuclear well logging and radioactive material transporting companies.
- Radiation fundamentals - Interaction of Radiation with matter - Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation - Principles of Radiation Protection - Safe Transfer and Transportation of Radioactive materials - Radiation Monitoring and Detection - Practical use of Radiation monitoring instruments for personnel Safety - Local Rules and Risk Assessment - Emergency and Contingency Planning - Case studies of some radiation incidents/accidents - Utilizing Contingency Planning and Preparation
- Understand radiation sources - Understand safe means of handling radiation sources - Understand regulations for transporting, storing and using radiation sources - Understand radiation protection standards an philosophies
Radiation Protection Supervisors, Radiation Safety Officers (RSO), Industrial Radiographers, Managing Radioactive Site Contractors, X-ray Welders. e.t.c.
N150,000 5 days 5th - 7th June, 2017 - 1st Run 9th - 11th Oct., 2017 -