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NOGEPA 0.4 Limited Offshore Safety Introduction and Emergency Response Training for Occasional Visitors to an Offshore Installation

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Occasionally a visit may be paid to an offshore mining installation by a Corporate, Government, or other Officials. In order to safeguard the person, it is important that he/she receives basic instructions on sea survival and HUET in case of flying with a helicopter to and from the offshore mining installation.

To make sure these people can travel safe by helicopter and know how to behave on board of the installation they participate in this course. The training consists of several theoretical and practical modules - safety introduction, helicopter safety, survival at sea and helicopter safety and escape training (HUET).


NOGEPA 0.4 Limited Offshore Safety Introduction and Emergency Response Training program train delegates in acquiring a sufficient level of understanding of circumstances and hazards on an offshore mining installation and sufficient basic knowledge of emergency response and self-rescue actions, while travelling to and from the installation by helicopter.

  • Duration: 1 day
  • Validity: 4 years
  • Prerequisites: (Offshore) Medical certificate

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NOGEPA 0.4 Limited Offshore Safety Training




Limited Offshore Safety Introduction and Emergency Response Training

Safety Introduction

  • Minimum knowledge concerning offshore hazards on board of an offshore mining installation
  • The use of personal protective equipment
  • Self-rescue techniques, use of smoke hood, and group escape techniques

Helicopter Safety (Theory)

  • Explanation and demonstration of helicopter transit/immersion suit and aviation life jacket, emergency equipment, and emergency exits
  • Preparation to take for an emergency landing
  • Donning of a life jacket
  • Individual and group survival techniques and rescue techniques
  • Use of helicopter sling and position during hoisting

HUET Module (Exercises)

  • Use of personal protective equipment (immersion/helicopter transit suit, life jacket, etc.)
  • Inflating a life jacket in the water
  • Deploying and use of a spray hood
  • Use of helicopter life raft
  • EBS (Emergency Breathing System) familiarization
  • Abandoning helicopter in various situations

Disclaimer: For general information purpose only - please check with NOGEPA for the latest and accurate information on Training Standards

Last Updated: May 30, 2021