Safety in Production Onshore

Onshore production involves extracting and refining natural resources located on land, including substances such as oil, gas, and minerals. The intricate nature of onshore production activities, ranging from heavy machinery operation to handling hazardous materials, underscores the indispensable need for comprehensive safety training. Providing personnel with the necessary knowledge and skills not only ensures their safety but also improves the efficiency and reliability of onshore production processes. In the challenging onshore production landscape, investing in personnel safety training is imperative for achieving sustainable and accident-free operations.

Who can pursue: Onshore Production Personnel (all levels)
Duration: 3 Days
Mode of Training: Physical/ ATI-ONGC Goa

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Training Objective

To ensure proficiency in adhering to safety standards within the oil industry, this training is designed based on the guidelines prescribed in the Oil Industry Safety Directorate (OISD) Standard 154. Upon completion of the course, participants would be capable of recognizing hazardous conditions at their workplace, performing their jobs in strict accordance with safe operating procedures, assisting in rectifying unsafe conditions, and safely evacuating in the event of a release of toxic gases. Additionally, they will be proficient in operating fire-fighting equipment and eliciting correct and prompt responses in any emergency, thereby fostering a safer work environment in alignment with industry best practices.

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to Production Installations, Operations and Maintenance

  • Safe Operating Procedures

  • Hazards in Production Operations and Maintenance Safety, Precautions

  • Accident Case Studies

  • Exposure of hazardous chemicals in Production operations

  • Waste Management

  • Industrial First Aid

  • Occupational Health Hazards

  • Safety Inspection and Audit

  • Safety Committees, Housekeeping and Work Permit

  • Workmen’s & Inspectors’ Role and Responsibilities

  • Role of Mines Manager & Manager Under Mines Act & OMR 1984 & SMS

  • Accident Investigation & Analysis

  • Emergency Procedures, & H2S

  • Duties and Responsibilities Under Act/Oil Mines Regulation / Supervisors role in Safety

  • Electrical Safety.

  • Safety Instruments for Detection of Hazardous Atmosphere.

  • Fire – Causes and Prevention. Fire Fighting Equipment and their Application.

  • Contingency Plans and Drills & Disaster Management Plan.

  • Safety Management System (SMS) in Production Installation.