Drilling Rig Audit & Inspection

Code : O032
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Why Attend This Training Course?
Safety inspections and audits are a critical part of a comprehensive safety and health program in which the workplace is evaluated closely on a regular basis. Both Quantitative and Qualitative audits are usually carried out to determine the effectiveness of the health and safety systems at organizational levels, or for specific branches and projects. This course focuses on these types of inspections and regular planned inspections of critical parts of a machine, and any piece of equipment or system which have a high potential to cause serious accidents.

What Is The Training Course Methodology?
This training course methodology depends on enabling participants to interact and exchange experiences, explore their competencies and achieve their career aspirations, using forward-thinking training arts, such as theoretical lectures and/or open discussion to exchange opinions and experiences, scenarios, innovative thinking brainstorming. Participants will receive an agenda including training material as a reference, in addition to some extra notes and booklets. 

Who Should Attend This Training Course?
The course is designed for all personnel involved in drilling operations, including new to industry recruits, drilling engineers, new to drilling superintendents and drilling supervisors roles and personnel involved in the supply chain and logistics of rig operations

What Are The Training Course Objectives?
  • Recognize the purpose and benefits of safety inspections
  • Study how to plan and execute an effective and beneficial safety inspection
  • Practice how to use checklists to save time and improve inspection quality
  • Classify and document potential and actual hazards related to facilities and equipment
  • Detect and report any hazards which necessitate immediate consideration
  • Determine whether existing hazard controls are functioning adequately and recommend corrective actions when necessary
  • Understand how to communicate results
  • Develop recommendations and follow-up on implementation plans

What Is The Training Course Curriculum?
Audits, Legislation, and Contractors
  • Introduction to Safety Audits and Inspections
  • The legal aspects relating to monitoring performance
  • ISO 45001
  • Contractor Selection and Control
Elements of a Safety Management System
  • Types of Safety Management Systems
  • Core Elements of Safety Management Systems
  • Proactive and Reactive Monitoring of Performance
  • Measurement Techniques
  • Competencies for Auditors
  • Audits and their Critical Components
Components Inspected in a Safety Management System
  • Equipment
  • Materials
  • Processes
  • Environment 
 Inspections
  • Observation Techniques
  • Physical Inspection of the Site
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Lifting equipment and lifting operations
  • Work at height and safe access
  • Chemicals
  • Fire Assessment
  • Permit to Work Systems
 Audits 
  • The Audit Process
  • Review Health and Safety Related Documentation
  • Interview Selected Staff
  • Tour the Facilities
  • Observations and Recommendations Report
  • Risk Identification & management
  • Action Plan
Safety Culture
  • Safety Culture and Human Factors
  • Negative and Positive Dimensions
  • Taylor, Herzberg, McGregor, and Maslow
  • Natural Penalties and Consequences
  • Antecedents, Behavior, and Consequences (ABC) Analysis
  • What drives behavior?
  • Auditing and improving the safety culture
Role of The Safety Advisor
  • Examine Health and Safety Policies, Procedures, and Records
  • Inspect the Workplace
  • Interview Staff and Management
  • Support Team Members
  • Ensure Compliance with Legislation
  • Advise on Safety Practices for Business Continuity
 Emergency and Contingency Planning
  • Internal Emergency Plans
  • External Emergency Plans
  • Auditing Emergency Plans
  • Audit Reports
  • Contingency Planning
  • Actions for Improvement
Secrets Of a Successful Safety Program
  • Plan Your Safety Audit/Inspection Program
  • Decide on a General or Specific Audit
  • Decide Who Will Conduct the Audit
  • Decide What You Should Inspect For
  • Determine How Often You Should Inspect
  • Set Priorities
  • Inform Management
  • Hazard Priority Classification System
  • Develop Your Checklist

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Course Details
Personal Details
ACAD Professional Certificate - APC
ACAD Training & Consulting uses the power of its network to bring about positive, tangible change. We champion the training courses profession and the interests of individuals, engaged in that profession, for the benefit of all. ACAD Professional Certificates are designed for those who are enthusiastic to challenge themselves to reach the extra mile. Participants who fully attend an APC course and successfully pass the exam on the last training day, will receive an ACAD Professional Certificate (APC). APC are regionally recognized and can be esteemed when applying for more senior roles in Egypt and MENA region.

Exam Details:

Duration: 1 hour | Multiple Choice | Closed book | Pass mark: 65%

Course Schedule

04 - 08 Sep
10:00 AM To 3:00 PM
Cairo | Face-to-face
$1500
5 Sessions
25 - 29 Dec
10:00 AM To 3:00 PM
Cairo | Face-to-face
$1500
5 Sessions

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