INDUSTRIAL FIREFIGHTING COURSES
Delgado offers customized Industrial Firefighting classes, from a one-day up to a four-day practical course. In Industrial Training, students will become familiar with some or all of the following:
The oil and gas industry recognizes that a major objective is to prevent incidents occurring, and if they do occur to control them and minimize their effect. It is important, therefore, to set common standards and to ensure that they are maintained. Before personnel can be assessed against standards they will require the knowledge and skills to enable them to carry out the tasks involved. They may also require basic training and practice before being assessed.
For the purposes of this course, the definition of an Offshore Emergency Response Team Leader is a person who:
(1) Has responsibility for an individual Emergency Response Team
(2) May take responsibility for more than one team as the Senior Team Leader
(3) Will not be expected to take on the duties of an On-scene Incident Commander
The target group for the OERTM Initial Training Program is personnel who are appointed to, or will be appointed to, the role of an Offshore Emergency Response Team Member.
Training and/or assessment activities contained within this Standard may include physically demanding and potentially stressful elements. All personnel who participate in such activities must be physically and mentally capable of participating fully.
Aim and objectives: to obtain the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to perform the role of Offshore Emergency Response Team Member effectively.
For practical exercises, students will use the Marine Fire Trainer (interior fires – cabins, engine room, etc) and Industrial Fire Props (outside liquid & gas pressure fires) which consist of an Overhead Pipe Rack, Pressure Pit, Process Unit.
This course can be customized to meet a company's individual needs.