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NOGEPA 2.14 Management of Major Emergencies (MoME Basic) Training for Offshore Installation Managers & Key Personnel of Offshore Emergency Management Team

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The NOGEPA 2.14 Management of Major Emergencies (MoME Basic & refrsher) Training is designed for Offshore Installation Managers and key persons being part of an Emergency Management Team. During this course, the delegates learn how to show effective leadership during a Major Emergency on an offshore mining installation.

The delegates will be trained to not only lead a well-trained Emergency Response organization, but they will also learn how to assess the situation and conduct appropriate information management during an emergency and take effective action and delegate tasks during an emergency.


This is a specialist course and upon completing this course, the participants are able to show effective leadership during a Major Emergency on an Offshore E&P installation.

  • Duration: Basic - 4 days & Refresher 2 days
  • Validity: 2 years
  • Prerequisites: The Delegate is required to have intricate knowledge of E&P operations and (company specific) Emergency procedures & for refresher, the delegate is required to have followed the NOGEPA MoME course, the Formal Assessment, or a NOGEPA accepted equivalent, within the past 2 years.

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NOGEPA Management of Major Emergencies




NOGEPA 2.14A Management of Major Emergencies Training (MoME Basic)

NOGEPA 2.14A Training Program

  • Lead a well-trained Emergency Response organization
  • Assess the situation and conduct appropriate information management during an Emergency
  • Take effective action and delegate tasks during an Emergency
  • Maintain effective communications, both internally and externally
  • Maintain a state of readiness and Emergency preparedness
  • Deal with stress in self and others
  • Manage various relevant internal and external resources

NOGEPA 2.14A Practical (Simulation of Scenarios)

  • Injured personnel
  • Loss of essential equipment
  • Multiple casualties
  • Rapidly developing situation leading to time pressure
  • Missing personnel
  • Lack or overload of information
  • Loss of containment
  • Abandonment or evacuation of the installation
  • Hampered or loss of communication
  • Chemical and/or oil spills and hazards to the environment
  • Loss of evacuation means, muster points or TR
  • Adverse weather conditions
  • Stressed or incapacitated key personnel

NOGEPA 2.14A Theory

  • Case studies
  • The role of the Emergency Manager and the Emergency Management Team
  • The need for a well-equipped command center and an Information Management system (IMS)
  • Maintaining a state of readiness on board and preparation for Emergencies
  • The nature of Major Emergencies and their respective requirements for leadership abilities
  • The effects of stress on the performance of key personnel

NOGEPA 2.14B Management of Major Emergencies Training (MoME Refresher)

NOGEPA 2.14B Training Program

  • Lead a well-trained Emergency Response organization
  • Assess the situation and conduct appropriate information management during an Emergency
  • Take effective action and delegate tasks during an Emergency
  • Maintain effective communications, both internally and externally
  • Maintain a state of readiness and Emergency preparedness
  • Deal with stress in self and others
  • Manage various relevant internal and external resources

NOGEPA 2.14A Practical (Simulation of Scenarios)

  • Injured personnel Loss of essential equipment
  • Multiple casualties
  • Rapidly developing situation leading to time pressure
  • Missing personnel
  • Lack or overload of information
  • Loss of containment
  • Abandonment or evacuation of the installation
  • Hampered or loss of communication
  • Chemical and/or oil spills and hazards to the environment
  • Loss of evacuation means, muster points or TR
  • Adverse weather conditions
  • Stressed or incapacitated key personnel

NOGEPA 2.14B Theory

  • Maintaining a state of readiness on board and preparation for Emergencies
  • The role of the Emergency Manager and the Emergency Management Team and the operation of an Information Management system (IMS)
  • The nature of Major Emergencies and their respective requirements for leadership abilities

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

Last Updated: June 4, 2021