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Australia’s national oil and gas safety training specialist

Australia’s national oil & gas safety training specialists 1300 ERGT AU www.ergt.com.au Western Australia The Oil & Gas Safety Training Centre 7 Compass Road Jandakot WA 6164 (08) 9417 6900

2012 COMPANY OVERVIEw COURSES AND SERVICES

Victoria Industrial Emergency Training Centre 6 20 Tramway Road Morwell VIC 3840 (03) 5134 3600

ergt.com.au 1300 ERGT AU


Contents About ERGT Australia

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Training Facilities

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Our People

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New Training Facilities

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Course Streams

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ERGT’s Scope

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Core Safety

Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training

Applied Safety

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Incident Response

Enter Confined Space (ECS) 14 Work Safety at Heights (WSAH)

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Further Offshore 11 Emergency Training/Tropical

Permit to Work/Job Hazard 16 Analysis (PTW/JHA)

Common Safety Training 12 Program/Tropical Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training Combined

Helicopter Landing Officer (HLO)

Facility Abandonment

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Undertake Helicopter Safety and Escape

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Gas Test Atmospheres (GTA) 17

Incident Management

Fire Team Member Oil and Gas (FTMOG)

18 Corporate Incident Management Systems

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Confined Space Rescue (CSR)

19 Incident Command Team Training

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Emergency Response Team 20 Corporate Incident Management SystemsLeader (ERTL) Carry Out Fast Rescue Craft 20 Exercises

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Operations (FRC) Rescue from Heights (RFH) 21

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About ERGT Australia

Personal commitment to industry

The story so far

ERGT Australia is committed to helping improve safety performance in high-risk industries - especially the Oil & Gas industry.

ERGT Australia is a leading commercial training organisation providing emergency response and safety-critical training to high risk industries. ERGT provides a professional, engaging and safe training service using simulated environments to develop skills and behaviours that address safety-critical industry needs.

We use our skills as a Registered Training Organisation to ensure compliance with competency standards, but our commitment to safety requires more than just compliance. We are committed to understanding industry’s needs and are driven to go beyond the national competency standards to ensure that we develop the right safety behaviours and critical skills in our customers. We also work on the transference of those skills into performance in the workplace, which is ultimately the point of all training. Our commitment is not a new thing. We have been working for the Australian Oil & Gas industry since 1994. We have recently made another 35 year commitment with our new $18 million Oil & Gas Safety Training Centre at Jandakot, due to open mid-2012. But our greatest commitment comes through the very personal obligation that we all feel – from me as Managing Director through to our newest trainers – to lead by example in our own approach to safety. Every one of us learns more every day about how we can think and act more safely and how this in turn helps our customers. We look forward to an opportunity to help you and your organisation in your drive to improve safety performance.

Since 1994 ERGT has built a solid reputation in providing safety training for the oil and gas industry through our people, processes, products and attention to detail. With seven major training centres located in Perth and Victoria, ERGT is well positioned to develop it’s core business (safety training?) While expanding its operations into other key oil and gas sectors. ERGT currently delivers over 15,000 training days per year and is supported by over 200 staff. ERGT believes that for continued success the company must perform at the highest possible level. Therefore ERGT has invested over $18 million in a new oil & gas training facility located in Jandakot that will be the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere. ERGT plans to capitalise on its Victorian presence to expand operations to further service the east coast of Australia. At the end of the day ERGT believes that a safe workplace is vital to improving workplace safety performance.

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Training Facilities The Incident Management Training Centre Perth CBD

The Industrial Emergency Training Centre Morwell

Timor Se a Darwin

Browse Basin

North West Shelf The Oil & Gas Safety Training Centre Jandakot

The Sea Survival Training Centre West Sale

Carnarvon Basin Bowen Basin

WA

Surat Basin ClarenceMoreton Basin Gunnendah/ Gloucester Basin

The Drilling Safety Training Centre Bibra Lake

PERTH

Adelaide

Sydney Canberra Melbourne

Brisbane

The Fire & Emergency Training Centre Longford

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Bass Strait Hobart

The Survival Craft Training Centre Barry Beach

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Our People Glenn Iles

Mike Collister

Director of Perth Incident Management Training Centre

HSE Advisor

I have been at ERGT’s Jandakot Training centre since 1995 and I have now expanded into our ERGT Perth office. I have been greatly rewarded over the last couple of years to work with a team of like minded people who enjoy training people to be safe in high risk industries. The team’s most recent achievement has been building ERGT’s Crisis/Incident Management product and services. I can only see many more exciting opportunities coming up for ERGT, our ability to be innovative and engaging is made easier when working with companies that are passionate about the Safety of their employees.

My job is to keep our team and trainees safe. We have great systems, procedures, training and a highly skilled group of people at ERGT. My main focus is to foster our safety culture, without this everything else is a battle. I also ask our team to remind themselves of their own reasons for being safe which is why we all have a picture of our loved ones in our personal Safety Books.

Steve Jeffrey

Andrew Sorenson

Senior Trainer

Trainer Development Manager

As a trainer across several courses, I have been given the opportunity to train within ERGT’s multiple sites and travelling to wherever ERGT’s clients’ need us to be. Taking students from one level of knowledge to the next is very fulfilling. I have been involved with the company for over 12 years. I have watched the company grow from four classrooms to the current 14 and eagerly await the opening of the new premises where we will have 30 classrooms.

I joined ERGT in 2009 as a practical training officer and quickly moved on to becoming a full time trainer. In 2010, I was given the opportunity to take on a Lead Trainer role which was both challenging and rewarding at the same time. In 2011 I was given another opportunity; this time as Trainer Development Manager for multiple sites in Victoria. In the first three years with ERGT I feel I have been given great opportunities to grow both professionally and personally and with the support of the entire team, I have been able to make the most of those opportunities and have progressed further than I could have hoped.

Paul Skuse Head of Training Operations

Mary Maddever

Our training teams are from diverse backgrounds and we are a committed group of people who have passion for assisting people to be safer. Each trainer undergoes a robust development program to ensure training at ERGT is safe, enjoyable and meets industry requirements. I am very proud of my team’s trainee support, safe culture, flexibility and teamwork.

Customer Service Team Leader I have been at ERGT for 5 years and I can still say I still thrive on giving the best service possible whether it is making clients critical last minute courses happen or ensuring a new starter to the industry gets the as much information necessary to help kick start their career. Working in the Customer Service Team for a company that understands how important it is to stay flexible in such a fast paced industry makes everyday an exciting challenge.

Chris Busing and Decytha Sugianto Curriculum Team Leader and Curriculum Development Specialist The most important element to an effective continuous improvement process is our ability to work as a team within the larger ERGT team. We work collaboratively with other staff members to continually review and update course materials. Development of quality delivery, assessment procedures and documentation ensures our trainees receive the best outcome possible.

Ryan Cotterell Team Leader of Behavioural Safety Program

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I have always enjoyed helping others learn and develop, so after spending over 10 years training and coaching technical skills for high risk work places, I have found that facilitating learning is a far more powerful strategy for long term personal development. Although our industry has an enviable safety record, we have reached a plateau and I believe that Safety Leadership Development is the next frontier for safety training. Recently, I have enjoyed the role of developing the CSTP and SSCP courses but feel that we have just scratched the surface of what can be achieved in helping our industry reach our goal of no more injuries. 

Sally Micallef

Garry Eglinton

National Director

Development Group

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CSTP

Common Safety Training Program

Course Streams

Common Safety Training Program (CSTP) is an industry initiative administered by APPEA. This initiative has recently become an industry mandate, as is the requirement for TBOSIET/BOSIET. As of the 1st of January 2012, Australia’s oil and gas industry has adopted CSTP as a core foundation of safety skills in the workplace. The aim is to ensure all personnel working in the oil and gas industry in Australia to have been assessed as competent against defined core safety units. The CSTP program covers basic theory and exercises conducted over a 3 day period.

There are two pathways available to obtain a CSTP card:

The topics covered are: • Safety Case and Safety Management Systems

1. Training for new employees 2. Training for experienced workers Experienced workers can obtain a CSTP card through an RPL process i.e. Without attending training. Our 1 day training program is designed for those who don’t have the resources to complete RPL themselves.

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Working under an issued Permit Identification of Hazards and Risks Contributing to safe working practices Control of minor incidents Responding to an emergency

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Upon successful completion of the course trainees will be provided with an evidence package for their employer. Trainees are then assessed at their workplace by an independent supervisor. A CSTP Card is then issued through APPEA.

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Safe Supervisor Competence Program

Safe Supervisor Competence Program (SSCP) is aimed at oil and gas industry leaders working on construction projects. It is designed to provide supervisors with the essential basic skills as a minimum standard of competency requirement to ensure the safety of teams and individuals through supervision. This course teaches supervisors how to put their existing skills, knowledge, judgements and abilities to supervise and lead by example through safe work behaviours. This training is carried out in a realistic replication of real life environment. Furthermore, it exercises supervisor’s hands on abilities to apply what they have learnt into the workplace. The SSCP program covers on and off the job demonstrations, oral questioning, workbooks, role playing, group work and practical exercises conducted over a 3 day period. The topics covered are: • Lead and develop safe teams

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Managing hazards and risks Managing safety Reporting and investigating incidents and initial emergency rescue Understanding and influencing safe behaviours

Upon successful completion supervisors will be provided with a certificate stating the have completed the first stage of the SSCP process. 

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CORE SAFETY

Fundamental Safety Training Required For Everyone Working In The Oil & Gas Industry

APPLIED SAFETY Skills And Behaviours To Safely Conduct High Risk Activities

INCIDENT RESPONSE Specialist Incident Response Team Skills For High Risk Work Environments

INCIDENT MANAGEMENT Managing and Supporting The Organisations Response To Significant Industrial Incidents

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Core Safety

All personnel working in hazardous and high risk industries require a set of core safety skills to equip them for working safely in dangerous environments.

Courses include:

• Common safety training program (CSTP) • Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET) • Basic offshore safety induction and emergency training (BOSIET) • Further offshore emergency training (FOET) • Tropical basic offshore safety induction and emergency training (TBOSIET)

• Tropical further offshore emergency training (TFOET) • Facility abandonment • Boat transfer • Extinguisher Training • JHA’s • Control Minor Incidents • Risk Assessment • Working Under Permit

* For further information on courses visit: www.ergt.com.au/courses

Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training (BOSIET)/Tropical BOSIET (TBOSIET) BOSIET/TBOSIET courses are a minimum requirement for offshore work. Courses are OPITO certified and successful completion results in an internationally recognised certification. The courses consist of five parts; safety induction, helicopter safety and escape (HUET), sea survival, fire fighting and self rescue. The difference between TBOSIET and BOSIET is that TBOSIET is designed for tropical climates. The TBOSIET does not include the cold water element of the full BOSIET course (survival suits and emergency breathing systems are not used during the HUET training). The courses are OPITO certified courses and successful completion means an internationally recognised certification.

Duration: 2 days (BOSIET) 2.5 days (TBOSIET).

Assessment: Trainees will demonstrate/explain/identify their level of knowledge, skills and understanding through oral and/or written questioning and practical activities.

Certification: On successful completion trainees will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in either OPITO BOSIET or TBOSIET and a personalised BOSIET/TBOSIET identity card. In addition to the OPITO certification, a Statement of Attainment will also be awarded for these units of competency: • PMAOHS214B Undertake Helicopter Safety and Escape

• PMAOHS215B Apply Offshore Facility Abandonment and Sea Survival Procedures and Practises • MSAPMOHS212A Undertake First Response to Fire

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Further Offshore Emergency Training/Tropical (FOET/TFOET) This course is only applicable to participants who have a current BOSIET/TBOSIET card that is within four years of expiring. This course is designed to assist in maintaining participant’s skills that are required to respond effectively to offshore incidents. The course offers a highly practical, theory reduced opportunity to practice how to respond to a helicopter incident and all components of survival at sea including fire fighting, self rescue and first aid.

Duration: 1 day.

Assessment: Trainees will demonstrate/explain/identify their level of knowledge, skills and understanding through oral and/or written questioning and practical activities.

Certification: On successful completion trainees will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in OPITO Further Offshore Emergency Training (FOET) and a personalised FOET identity card. In addition to the OPITO certification, a statement of Attainment will also be awarded for these units of competency: • PMAOHS214B Undertake Helicopter Safety and Escapee

• MSAPMOHS212A Undertake First Response to Fire

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Core Safety

Common Safety Training Program/Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training Combined (CSTP/BOSIET combined) This is a blended course which teaches all the skills required for travelling offshore, with a specific focus on behavioural and contextual safety. Both TBOSIET and CSTP are a minimum requirement for anyone working offshore and blending them not only saves trainees a full day of training, but gives them a more intensive and rewarding learning experience. Trainees leave the course with a sound knowledge on practical, theoretical and behavioural components to offshore safety and survival.

Duration: 4 days needs checking) Assessment: ( needs checking) Certification: (needs checking) On successful completion trainees will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in: • MSAPMOHS110A Follow Emergency Procedures

• MSAPMOHS200A Work Safely • MSAPMOHS205A Control Minor Incidents • MSAPMPER200B Work in Accordance with Issued Permit

Facility Abandonment (FAB) This course gives trainees the skills to undergo safe abandonment of any offshore facility. FAB covers the processes in both controlled and uncontrolled abandonment, from how to respond to an alarm, equipment familiarisation and musters, to what evacuation systems i.e. Lifeboats or individual descent devices and the methods you may be required to use and how to survive once evacuation has occurred.

Duration: 6 hours.

Assessment: Trainees will demonstrate, explain and identify their level of knowledge, skills and understanding through oral and/or written questioning and practical activities. Assessment for this unit of competency will involve an abandonment simulation.

Certification: On successful completion of this Unit of Competency trainees will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in PMAOHS215B Apply Offshore Facility Abandonment and Sea Survival Procedures and Practices.

Undertake Helicopter Safety and Escape (HUET) This course teaches the practical skills needed to ensure safe abandonment in the event of a helicopter ditching in water, whether it be controlled or uncontrolled.

Duration: 1 day.

Assessment: Trainees will demonstrate, explain and identify their level of knowledge, skills and understanding through oral and/or written questioning and practical activities. Assessment for this unit of competency will involve helicopter ditching simulations.

Certification: On successful completion trainees will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in PMAOHS214B Undertake Helicopter Safety and Escape.

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Applied Safety

Applied safety courses build on the skills developed in the core safety programs providing specialist skills for individuals and teams working in high-risk environments.

Courses include: • • • • • • • • •

Conduct Risk Assessment and Issue Permits to Work Confined Space Entry Gas Test Atmospheres Work Safely at Heights Helicopter Landing Officer Helicopter Refuelling Monitor and Control Work Permits Issue Work Permits Safety Supervisors Competence Program

* For further information on courses visit: www.ergt.com.au/courses

Enter Confined Space (ECS) Working in confined spaces is one of the most high risk tasks on offshore facilities. This course provides trainees with the opportunity to practice CSE in simulated environments, giving them the knowledge to identify potential CSE tasks and the associated risks as well as preventive safety measures to ensure a safe working environment for the trainees and their team. The skill learnt will be critical in a trainee’s ability to approach tasks safely.

Work Safely at Heights (WSAH)

2 days.

This course gives trainees the ability to work at a height or depth safely and prevent incidents from occurring. Trainees will be taught how to identify work requirements, work procedures, equipment installation, performing work at heights and cleaning of the work area.

Assessment:

Duration:

Assessment of underpinning knowledge will be by way of oral questioning and completion of a workbook. Trainees will also be required to demonstrate competence through practical scenarios simulating work tasks requiring entry to a confined space.

1 day.

Duration:

Certification: On successful completion of this course, trainees will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in MSAPMPER205B Enter Confined Space and MSAPMPER200B Work in Accordance with an Issued Permit.

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Assessment: Assessment of underpinning knowledge will be by way of oral questioning and written assessment. Trainees will also be required to demonstrate competence through practical scenarios simulating work tasks at height.

Certification: On successful completion of this course, trainees will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in RIIOHS204A Work safely at heights.

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Applied Safety

Permit To Work/Job Hazard Analysis (PTW/JHA)

Helicopter Landing Officer (HLO)

Risk assessment is crucial in the offshore environment. This course(s) give trainees the skills to identify potential hazards, break them down into risks and consequences and find a safe way to avoid and remove hazards. PTW and JHA provide the ability to assess risks and the skills to apply their learning to their specific workplace scenarios.

Helicopter travel is the main mode of transport to an offshore facility. Helicopter Landing Officer training is required to help guide the safe landing of a helicopter, the ability to relay weather conditions to the pilot and the skills to safely guide passengers and luggage off the landing platform.

Duration: 1 day and ½ day.

Assessment: Trainees will demonstrate, explain and identify their level of knowledge, skills and understanding through oral and/or written questioning and practical activities.

Certification: On successful completion of this Unit of Competency trainees will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in RIIRIS201Conduct Local Risk Control.

Duration: 1 day.

Assessment: Trainees will demonstrate, explain and identify their level of knowledge, skills and understanding through oral and/or written questioning and practical activities. Assessment for this unit will involve simulated scenarios involving helicopter operations.

Certification: On successful completion trainees will be issued with a Certificate of Training in Helicopter Landing Officer.

Gas Test Atmospheres (GTA) Trainees working on a production facility will be working in close proximity to pressure vessels and pipe work containing flammable gas. Fixed automatic monitoring systems aboard offshore facilities are in place to provide continuous safety surveillance, but for specific tasking and some general work practices trainees will be provided with a personal gas detector to maximise safety. GTA gives trainees the understanding and skills to safely conduct testing and interpret readings.

Duration: 1 day.

Assessment: Assessment of underpinning knowledge will be by way of oral questioning and through the completion of a workbook. Trainees will also be required to demonstrate competence through practical scenarios requiring gas-testing techniques.

Certification: On successful completion trainees will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in MSAPMOHS217A Gas Test Atmospheres.

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Incident Response

Incident Response courses build on skills developed in the core safety programs to provide specialist skills for teams and those members responsible for responding to emergencies.

Courses include: • Fire Team Member Onshore/Offshore • The Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping - STCW 95 - Minimum Standard Competence • Fire Prevention and Fire fighting • Helideck Fire fighting

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Lead Emergency Teams Confined Space Rescue Basic Vertical Rescue Provide Initial First Aid Undertake Initial Rescue Provide Primary FA Response

* For further information on courses visit: www.ergt.com.au/courses

Fire Team Member Oil & Gas (FTMOG) Responding to fire incidents offshore is a high risk task that requires specialist training. This course gives trainees the basic skills for assessing, controlling and extinguishing fires offshore, from donning PPE to basic rescue skills. Trainees will walk away with a sound knowledge and capability to control an incident and protect all persons involved.

Duration: 3 days.

Assessment:

Confined Space Rescue (CSR)

Participant’s learning outcomes will be assessed using direct observation, oral and/or written questions and/or use of a workbook and practical exercises as appropriate.

Whilst working in confined spaces is a high risk task, a rescue operation from a confined space is complex and extremely risky. This course provides trainees who work as part of an Emergency Response Team (ERT) with practice in a simulated work environment that mimics a real offshore incident. Being part of an ERT means obtaining a sound skill set which can be practically applied in real-life incidents and trainees are equipped with the skills to assess, decide and respond to a confined space incident.

Certification:

Duration:

On successful completion of all assessments participants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in: • PMAOHS213B Undertake Fire Control and Emergency Rescue

1 day.

• MSAPMOHS212A Undertake First Response to Fire Incidents • MSAPMOHS216A Operate Breathing Apparatus

Certification:

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Assessment: Participants will be assessed using direct observation, oral and/or written questions recorded in a participant handbook and practical exercises as appropriate. On successful completion of the learning outcomes participants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for PUASAR025A Undertake Confined Space Rescue.

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Incident Response Emergency Response Team Leader (ERTL) This course is designed to give trainees the ability to lead and coordinate an emergency response team, including deployment of resources at the scene of an emergency. Personnel undertaking this unit of competency would be normally nominated to assume the responsibility of emergency team leader. Emergency Response Team Leader’s are the key link between an ER team responding to the incident and the OSC.

Rescue from Heights (RFH) This course gives trainees the ability to practice, learn and plan the response procedure when someone has fallen whilst working at heights. This course is relevant to individuals that are a part of an emergency response team (ERT) or your job involves working at heights.

Duration: 1 day.

Assessment:

Duration:

This is a not to competency training course. Trainees demonstrate practical skills in informatively assessed guided practice scenarios. There is no collection and verification of individual trainee knowledge, though there is continuous verbal questioning and verification of trainees’ knowledge and understanding on a group basis.

3 days.

Certification:

Assessment:

On successful completion of this course trainees will receive a Certificate of Training.

Trainees learning outcomes will be assessed using direct observation, oral and/or written questions and/or written questions recorded in a participant handbook and practical exercises as appropriate.

Certification: On successful completion of this unit of competency trainees will be issued with a Statement of Attainment in PMAOHS311B Lead Emergency Teams. Note: Trainees unable to meet course prerequisites will only be issued with a Certificate of Training and will be unable to participate in some practical scenarios.

Carry Out Fast Rescue Craft Operations (FRC) This course aims to provide the skills and knowledge necessary to safely and effectively launch, operate and recover a Fast Rescue Craft. FRC provides training in a range of different environments as well as providing all the required skills, such as deployment and signalling.

Duration: 3 days.

Assessment: Trainees will demonstrate, explain and identify their level of knowledge, skills and understanding through oral and/or written questioning and practical activities. Assessment for this Unit of Competency will involve an operation of a fast rescue boat.

Certification: On successful completion of this unit of competence, trainees will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for TDMMF4307B Carry out Fast Rescue Craft Operations STCW 95 Min Standard of Competency in Fast Rescue Boats. Trainees who currently hold a Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boats will also qualify for the Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats.

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Incident Management

Incident Management courses provide facility and business managers (and their teams) with the skills and tools to manage significant industrial emergencies.

Courses include: • • • • • • • • •

Incident/Emergency Commander Training (MOME) Incident/Emergency Commander Team Training OPITO OIM Appraisal OPITO OIM Assessment OPITO OIM Re-Assessment Corporate Incident/Crisis Management Company Emergency Response Exercises On Scene/Forward Controller Telephone Responders

* For further information on courses visit: www.ergt.com.au/courses

Corporate Incident Management Systems Duration: Various.

Course Aim: This course is designed for members of a Crisis Management Team that is managing the corporate response for an organisation during an incident through effective coordination of people, resources, financial, legal and stakeholder management.

Incident Command Team Training Duration:

Course Objective:

2 or 3 days, depending on team size

Through instruction and practical demonstration of effective management of incident-related information, course delegates will demonstrate the ability to effectively manage the corporate responsibilities during critical events that may impact the company’s reputation, commercial viability or incidents that may incur significant liability. The training includes practical processes to define responsibilities, allocate resources and consider long term business continuity and recovery.

Course Aim:

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This course is designed for new members of an Emergency Command Centre, to receive training on effective management of incident-related information received during an incident or emergency, to the competency standard PMAOMIR320B Manage Incident Response Information.

Course Objective: Through instruction and practical demonstration of effective management of incident-related information, course delegates will demonstrate ability to effectively coordinate resources to support an asset or facility during an incident as part of an Emergency Command Team in a designated Command Centre or Control Room.

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ERGT’s Scope Qualifications Code

Title

Extent

Availability

VIC

WA

BSB40807

Certificate IV in Frontline Management

Deliver & Assess

R

R

PUA20601

Certificate II in Public Safety (Firefighting and Emergency Operations)

Deliver & Assess

R

R

TAA40104

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

Deliver & Assess

R

R

TAE40110

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

Deliver & Assess

R

R

Code

Title

Extent

BSBWOR203A

Work effectively with others

Deliver & Assess

CPCCOHS1001A

Work safely in the construction industry

Deliver & Assess

DRTOG01B

Assist with the health and safety of the working environment

Deliver & Assess

R

R

DRTOG02B

Assist in maintaining rig safety and emergency procedures

Deliver & Assess

R

R

DRTOG03B

Assist in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships

Deliver & Assess

R

R

DRTOG04B

Carry out equipment and basic rig maintenance

Deliver & Assess

R

R

DRTOGOF 05B

Carry out deck operations

Deliver & Assess

R

R

DRTOGOF 06B

Handle and store cargo

Deliver & Assess

R

R

DRTOGOF 09B

Contribute to the control of offshore emergencies

Deliver & Assess

R

R

ASS CS

MSAPMOHS110A

Follow emergency response procedures

Deliver & Assess

R

R

CS

MSAPMOHS200A

Work safely

Deliver & Assess

R

R

IR CS

MSAPMOHS205A

Control minor incidents

Deliver & Assess

R

R

IR

MSAPMOHS210B

Undertake first response to non-fire incidents

Deliver & Assess

R

R

IR CS

MSAPMOHS212A

Undertake first response to fire incidents

Deliver & Assess

R

R

IR ASS

MSAPMOHS216A

Operate breathing apparatus

Deliver & Assess

R

R

IR ASS

MSAPMOHS217A

Gas test atmospheres

Deliver & Assess

R

R

IR

MSAPMOHS220A

Provide initial First Aid response

Deliver & Assess

R

R

ASS

MSAPMPER200C

Work in accordance with an issued permit

Deliver & Assess

MSAPMPER201A

Monitor and control work permits

Deliver & Assess

R

R

ASS

MSAPMPER202A

Observe permit work

Deliver & Assess

R

R

ASS

MSAPMPER205C

Enter confined space

Deliver & Assess

R

ASS

MSAPMPER300C

Issue work permits

Deliver & Assess

R

ASS

MSAPMPER400A

Coordinate permit process

Deliver & Assess

R

IR

PMAOHS213B

Undertake fire control and emergency rescue

Deliver & Assess

R

R

CS

PMAOHS214B

Undertake helicopter safety and escape

Deliver & Assess

R

R

CS

PMAOHS215B

Apply offshore facility abandonment and sea survival procedures and practices

Deliver & Assess

R

R

Units of Competency Training Stream

Corporate Incident Management Systems - Exercises Exercises: The importance of organisation’s practicing their Corporate Incident Management plan cannot be overstated. Personnel are able to consolidate their understanding of the plan, identify deficiencies and recommend solutions to further enhance the response to personnel directly affected by the event. Practicing the Incident Management Plan is principally to ensure that it has the best and most effective procedures in place if an incident were to occur. The team must also take care of the organisation’s reputation and ongoing organisational sustainability; whether it is how they handle the media, the relatives, the environmental issues or the incident itself. Experiential training builds trust and recognition between all participants from the site of the incident to the incident teams, external agencies, Regulators and Government Departments. It is a rehearsal for the ‘real thing’. Incident training should involve multi-level participation, ensuring that incident management team members partake in problem solving exercises and become familiar with their roles in a structured learning environment. The training will simulate a range of probable major accident events or high potential incidents.

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Availability VIC

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WA

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R

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ERGT’s Scope CS

PMAOHS215B

Apply offshore facility abandonment and sea survival procedures

Deliver & Assess

IR

PMAOHS310B

Investigate incidents

Deliver & Assess

IR

PMAOHS311B

Lead emergency teams

Deliver & Assess

R

R

PMAOHS511A

Manage emergency incidents

Deliver & Assess

R

R

PMAOMIR210B

Control evacuation to muster point

Deliver & Assess

PMAOMIR301B

Undertake initial rescue

Deliver & Assess

R

R

PMAOMIR302B

Respond to a helideck incident

Deliver & Assess

R

R

PMAOMIR317B

Facilitate search and rescue operations

Deliver & Assess

R

R

PMAOMIR320B

Manage incident response information

Deliver & Assess

R

R

PMAOMIR321B

Manage communication systems during an incident

Deliver & Assess

PMAOMIR346B

Assess and secure an incident site

Deliver & Assess

R

R

PMAOMIR418B

Coordinate incident response

Deliver & Assess

R

R

PMAOMIR430B

Conduct and assess incident exercises

Deliver & Assess

R

R

PMAOMIR444B

Develop incident containment tactics

Deliver & Assess

R

R

PMAOMIR449B

Monitor legal compliance obligations during incidents

Deliver & Assess

R

PMAOMIR512B

Establish incident response preparedness and response systems

Deliver & Assess

R

PMAOMIR523B

Manage corporate media requirements in a crisis

Deliver & Assess

R

PMAOMIR575B

Coordinate welfare support activities in response to an incident

Deliver & Assess

R

PMAOMIR622B

Build partnerships to improve incident response capacity

Deliver & Assess

R

PMAOMIR650B

Manage a crisis

Deliver & Assess

PRMPF ES05B

Use portable fire fighting equipment

Deliver & Assess

PUAEME001B

Provide emergency care

Deliver & Assess

IR

IR

IR

IR

R

RIIERR201A

Conduct fire team operations

Deliver & Assess

RIIOGD202A

Carry out equipment and basic rig maintenance

Deliver & Assess

RIIOHS201A

Work safely and follow OHS policies and procedures

Deliver & Assess

R

R

IR ASS

RIIOHS202A

Enter and work in confined spaces

Deliver & Assess

R

R

IR ASS

RIIOHS204A

Work safely at heights

Deliver & Assess

R

R

RIIOHS401A

Supervise work in confined space

Deliver & Assess

R

R

CS ASS

RIIRIS201A

Conduct local risk control

Deliver & Assess

R

R

IR

TDMMF 4307B

Carry out fast rescue craft (FRC ) operations

Deliver & Assess

R

R

TDMMF 507C

Develop emergency and damage control plans and handle emergency situations on board a vessel

Deliver & Assess

R

R

R R

R

Code

Title

BSBADM409A (*)

Coordinate business resources

BSBAUD402B (*)

Participate in a quality audit

BSBCMM401A (*)

Make a presentation

BSBCUS401A (*)

Coordinate implementation of customer service strategies

BSBCUS402A (*)

Address customer needs

BSBCUS403A (*)

Implement customer service standards

BSBF IA402A (*)

Report on financial activity

BSBINM401A (*)

IMPLEMENT WORKPLACE INFORMATION SYSTEM

R

BSBINN301A (*)

Promote innovation in a team environment

R

R

BSBITS401A (*)

Maintain business technology

R

R

BSBLED401A (*)

Develop teams and individuals Show leadership in the workplace

IR

PUAEME002C

Manage injuries at emergency incident

Deliver & Assess

R

R

IR

PUAF IR201B

Prevent injury

Deliver & Assess

R

R

BSBMGT402A (*)

Implement operational plan

IR

PUAF IR202B

Respond to isolated remote structure fire

Deliver & Assess

R

R

BSBMGT403A (*)

Implement continuous improvement

IR

PUAF IR207B

Operate breathing apparatus open circuit

Deliver & Assess

R

R

BSBMGT404A (*)

Lead and facilitate off site staff

IR

PUAF IR306B

Render hazardous materials incidents safe

Deliver & Assess

R

R

BSBMKG413A (*)

Promote products and services

IR

PUAF IR307B

Monitor hazardous atmospheres

Deliver & Assess

R

BSBOHS407A (*)

Monitor a safe workplace

IR

PUAF IR308B

Employ personal protection at a hazardous materials incident

Deliver & Assess

R

R

BSBPMG510A (*)

Manage projects

BSBREL401A (*)

Establish networks

IR

PUASAR001B

Participate in a rescue operation

Deliver & Assess

R

R

BSBREL402A (*)

Build client relationships and business networks

IR

PUASAR004B

Undertake vertical rescue

Deliver & Assess

R

R

BSBRES401A (*)

Analyse and present research information

IR

PUASAR005B

Undertake confined space rescue

Deliver & Assess

R

R

BSBRKG403B (*)

Set up a business or records system for a small business

PUASAR001B

Participate in a rescue operation

Deliver & Assess

R

R

BSBRSK401A (*)

Identify risk and apply risk management processes

PUASAR002B

Undertake road accident rescue

Deliver & Assess

R

R

BSBSUS301A (*)

Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices

PUASAR022A

Participate in a rescue operation

Deliver & Assess

R

R

BSBWOR401A (*)

Establish effective workplace relationships

PUASAR024A

Undertake road crash rescue

Deliver & Assess

R

BSBWOR402A (*)

Promote team effectiveness

PUASAR025A

Undertake confined space rescue

Deliver & Assess

R

BSBWOR404B (*)

Develop work priorities

PUASAR032A

Undertake vertical rescue

Deliver & Assess

R

BSBWRT401A (*)

Write complex documents

PUATEA001B

Work in a team

Deliver & Assess

R

PUACOM001C (*)

Communicate in the workplace

IR

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R R

R

BSBMGT401A (*)

IR

R

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ERGT’s Scope PUACOM002B (*)

Provide services to clients

PUAEQU001B (*)

Prepare, maintain and test response equipment

PUAF IR203B (*)

Respond to urban fire

PUAF IR204B (*)

Respond to wild fire

PUAF IR205B (*)

Respond to aviation incident (specialist)

PUAF IR206B (*)

Check installed fire safety systems

PUAF IR208B (*)

Participate in community safety activities

PUAF IR209B (*)

Work safely around aircraft

PUAF IR210B (*)

Undertake hover-exit operations from helicopter

PUAF IR211B (*)

Undertake helicopter winch operations

PUAF IR212B (*)

Rappel from helicopter

PUALAW001B (*)

Protect and preserve incident scene

PUAOHS001C (*)

Follow defined occupational health and safety policies and procedures

PUAOPE002B (*)

Operate communications systems and equipment

PUAOPE013A (*)

Operate communications systems and equipment

PUASAR008B (*)

Search as a member of a land deliver and assess search team

PUASAR023A (*)

Participate in an urban search deliver and assess and rescue category 1

PUATEA004D (*)

Work effectively in a public safety organisation

TAEASS301A (*)

Contribute to assessment

TAEASS401A (*)

Plan assessment activities and processes

TAEASS402A (*)

Assess competence

TAEASS403A (*)

Participate in assessment validation

TAEASS502A (*)

Design and develop assessment tools

TAEDEL301A (*)

Provide work skill instruction

TAEDEL401A (*)

Plan, organise and deliver group based learning

TAEDEL402A (*)

Plan, organise and facilitate learning in the workplace

TAEDEL403A (*)

Coordinate and facilitate distance-based learning

TAEDEL404A (*)

Mentor in the workplace

TAEDEL501A (*)

Facilitate e-learning

TAEDES401A (*)

Design and develop learning programs

TAEDES402A (*)

Use training packages and accredited courses to meet client needs

TAELLN401A (*)

Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills

TAETAS401A (*)

Maintain training and assessment information

*: Scope is implicit Note: This is a list of training products that the RTO has approval to deliver training and/or assessment in. It is not an indication of what training products the RTO is actually delivering. Individuals should contact the relevant RTO to confirm all delivery details of different training products.

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ERGT Australia Company Overview