Training

The E-Reps Network are passionate about people and the environment. We not only train our delegates, we inspire and motivate with our enthusiasm and industry experience. 

 Our courses are informative, energetic, open, relaxed and provide a positive learning experience for all of our delegates. 

 

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BEST

Basic Environmental Skills Training

Aim

The aim of this course is to provide our delegates, particularly Environmental Reps and Supervisors who have responsibility for environmental issues, with relevant and useful information to assist in the performance of their assigned roles. The BEST sessions have been designed to be both informative and interactive. You will take part in whole group and breakout session discussions. Exercises are followed by whole group feedback on specific environmental topics.

Course Content

Day 1: 

  • The Environmental Challenge
  • Response of Industry to the Challenge
  • Environmental legislation overview
  • The Role of the E-Rep  
  • Determining environmental Aspects & Impacts

Day 2

  • OPRED Presentation
  • Environmental Best Practice Guidelines 
  • Components of the E-Reps ‘Toolbox’ 
  • Environmental Inspection Exercise

What are the expected outcomes of your course?

You will be able to: 

  • Assist in the management of environmental goals & targets 
  • Understand the assessment of risk in terms of Aspects & Impacts 
  • Utilise key tools to assist in decision making 
  • Reinforce Behavioral conversations in an environmental context 
  • Appreciate what is required/ needed in terms of effective environmental inspections.

Suitable for: All levels of workforce, particularly existing E-Reps and supervisors with responsibility for environmental management. Prior Knowledge/Training None required Course Duration: 2 days

Numbers: Min 8, Max 12

  

On successful completion of this course, candidates will be able to:

- Assist in the management of environmental goals and targets

- Understand the assessment of risk in terms of aspects and impacts

- Utilise key tools to assist in decision making

- Reinforce Behavioural Safety conversations in an environmental context

- Appreciate what is required/needed in terms of environmental inspections

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Advanced BEST 

The advance course has been designed for those e-reps looking to take their knowledge to the next level. This course is also suitable for technical safety engineers, HSE and environmental advisors tasked with the identification and assessment of MEI under the Safety Case Regulations 2015. 

  • The EU Offshore Safety Directive and Major Accident Hazards - implications for safety cases, safety and environmental management systems and corporate liability
  • Role and expectations of the Offshore Safety Directive Regulator
  • Macondo - the use of a case study to look at barrier management 
  • Bowtie methodology as an example of a barrier management tool to minimise environmental impacts 
  • An overview of environmental conservation area
  • Managing environmental impact through permit compliance
Suitable for: All levels of the workforce, particularly Environmental Reps and Supervisors with responsibility for environmental management
Prior knowledge/training: Some environmental knowledge required
Course duration: 1 day
Numbers:  5-12 delegates

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2018

 

 

 

 

30th October, Atholl Hotel, Aberdeen

 

28th February Atholl Hotel, Aberdeen

6th June, Atholl Hotel, Aberdeen

 

 

 

Cost: £295.00 plus VAT per delegate

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BEST Drilling 

Effective environmental management of drilling activities is essential in meeting the many legal, financial and moral challenges raised by work connected with the life cycle of an O&G well.

Aim

To increase delegates knowledge and understanding of environmental management provisions related to drilling activities

Develop the key skills necessary to assist in the maintenance of environmental compliance


What are the expected outcomes of your course:

At the end of the sessions you will be able to:

  • understand why effective environmental management is important;
  • have an increased understanding of global environmental issues;
  • understand the main environmental aspects of offshore drilling activities, how these impact the environment and what mitigation controls are in place;
  • appreciate the role of an Environmental Management System (EMS), its relationship to drilling activities and its continual improvement ethos;
  • have an improved understanding of international, regional, European and UK environmental legislation;
  • have an appreciation of the role of the regulatory bodies involved in inspecting sites and assessing the effectiveness of environmental management provisions and their monitoring and reporting arrangements; 
  • provide and discuss examples of good and bad environmental management practice and
  • understand the value of sharing best practice and lessons learnt information across the team


Suitable for:

Operators Drilling Reps, Offshore HSE advisors on drilling rigs, or anyone with responsibility for environmental management within the drilling sector
Prior Knowledge/Training None required

Course Duration: 1 Day Numbers: Min 6, Max 12

Suitable for: Operator's Drilling Reps, Offshore HSE advisors on drilling rigs, or anyone with responsibility for environmental management within the drilling sector
Prior knowledge/training: Not applicable
Course duration: 1 day
Numbers:  5-12 delegates
Dates: 6th November, Atholl Hotel, Aberdeen
Cost: £295.00 plus VAT per delegate

On successful completion of this course, candidates will:

  • appreciate fully why effective environmental management is important
  • have an increased understanding of global environmental issues
  • understand the main environmental aspects of offshore drilling activities, how these impact the environment and what mitigation controls are in place
  • appreciate the role of an Environmental Management System (EMS), its relationship to drilling activities and its continual improvement ethos
  • have an improved understanding of international, regional, European and UK environmental legislation
  • have an appreciation of the role of the regulatory bodies involved in inspecting sites and assessing the effectiveness of environmental management provisions and their monitoring and reporting arrangements
  • provide and discuss examples of good and bad environmental management practice
  • understand the value of sharing best practice and lessons learnt information across the team

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