Offshore companies and regulatory authorities make offshore safety training compulsory for all personnel working on offshore platforms and infrastructure to ensure an appropriate response to emergency situations and prevent accidents.

Offshore safety training courses and offshore support services providers offer training in emergency response, on-site first aid and survival tactics. They also help in the recruitment of skilled and qualified employees, apart from specialists in offshore engineering disciplines.

Finding providers of offshore safety training courses and offshore support services

Offshore Technology has listed leading providers of emergency and offshore safety training, environmental and waste management training, quality management training, and occupational health and safety training, based on its intel, insights, and decades-long experience in the sector.

The list includes providers of offshore support services, medical staffing solutions, offshore inspection services, workplace competence assessor training, industrial safety training and recruitment services.

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The need for offshore safety procedures

The high level of hazardous and flammable material onboard offshore platforms and infrastructure increases the risk of fire accidents and explosions. An adequate understanding of offshore safety procedure helps personnel adhere to best practice and to implement the responses necessary to prevent emergency situations and respond quickly in case of an accident.

Offshore safety training includes various aspects such as:

  • Identifying potential risks on offshore oil and gas installations
  • Usage of safety equipment such as fire extinguishers
  • Preparing for helicopter emergencies
  • Sea survival
  • First aid kid usage
  • Self-rescue techniques
  • Emergency response procedures, and
  • Confined space entry

Recruitment and offshore support services

Offshore support services such as recruitment services help in recruiting trained and professional personnel in addition to regular inspection of facilities. Offshore recruitment services help companies in the oil and gas sector in managing their contract staffing needs, and permanent recruitment requirements for hiring engineers, mechanics, electricians, and production workers.

Offshore inspection services determine the health and status of equipment and provide advice and support to address any issues discovered during inspection activities. Some of the services include:

  • Condition surveys
  • Visual inspection services
  • Safety supervision and management
  • Corrosion management
  • Risk assessment, and
  • Process monitoring