Introduction to emergency response and detailed training for the core team addressing roles and responsibilities, key contacts and priorities, information flow in the ERR and interfaces with internal personnel and external organisations.
Training for relatives responders covering the clients arrangements, interface with the police and contractors and handling telephone enquiries from next of kin. Responders are given an opportunity to practice taking calls from concerned relatives simulated by Response Consultants team of relatives role players.
Training for media responders covering the clients arrangements, public relations and handling telephone enquiries from the media. Responders are given an opportunity to practice taking calls from the press simulated by Response Consultants team of media role players.
Training for company representatives covering their roles in dealing with evacuees at the heliport, reception centre and hospital. Representatives are given an opportunity to practice greeting and processing evacuees simulated by Response Consultants team of survivors role players. The course also includes a guided tour of Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
For personnel nominated to deal with the evacuation of personnel from offshore for medical reasons. Includes breaking bad news to next of kin, dealing with the family at the hospital and supporting the casualty in hospital.
Emergency response training for HR/Personnel Coordinator addressing the personnel management issues in a major emergency, including accounting for personnel, role of the police, contractor liaison, relatives response and evacuation reception.
‘Relating to Relatives’ / Family Liaison Representative
Aimed at personnel who are nominated to contact and/or go to the home of the family of an employee following their death, either before or immediately after the police. Includes the “message of involvement” from the Police Scotland ‘Notifying Next of Kin’ document and breaking bad news to next of kin.
Emergency response training for receptionists, switchboard operators and security guards.
Emergency Response for Contracting Companies
Using a scenario based on a major incident on a client’s installation, the presenter walks attendees through a simulated emergency in slow time addressing call-out and mobilisation, roles and responsibilities, client and subcontractor interfaces, dealing with fatalities/casualties/next of kin, relatives response and evacuation reception.
This is a sample of some of the courses we provide as standard. If the required training course is not available from our catalogue of courses, we are happy to work with clients to develop suitable training material.
Our consultants have many years of experience of all aspects of emergency response in the oil and gas industry
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