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    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 AEGIDE INTERNATIONAL’S TRAINING AIMS Our programs for E&P are put together on the basis of our instructors’ experience and pragmatism, which has been acquired in numerous countries PROGRAM KNOWLEDGE KNOW-HOW + IMPLEMENTATION PLAN = IMPROVEMENT INTER-PERSONAL SKILLS AND FOR YOU, WHICH TRAINING COURSE IS SUITABLE FOR YOUR RISKS? For your local recruitment campaigns, and to have a precise idea of your teams’ skills, AEGIDE also proposes psychometric tests, individual interviews and proficiency appraisals. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 Dear Sir/Madam, This catalog presents the HSE programs that are requested the most often in the field of Exploration-Production, internationally, and in various activity sectors in France. It is divided into 4 sections: 5 assessment tests and introductory programs, 5 HSE management and organizational systems, 5 technical risks, 5 driving of machines and land vehicles. We can always adapt program content to meet your objectives and your organizational requirements. We aim to: • help you to refine the objectives specified on the sheets: “to make someone capable of…” • determine content based on the profiles of your participants, key introductory stages, acquisition of knowledge, appropriation and validation exercises; • offer you follow-up support concerning the application of knowledge acquired during training and an assessment several months after completion of training. We are able to run most of these programs in French, English, Spanish, Italian, Arabic and other languages. A sliding scale of tariffs has been introduced this year, enabling you to benefit from reduced costs after ten days of training. This is made possible by our trainers who are able to run different programs as part of one trip, and by an effective schedule management system. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, our trainers have significant experience in the field, speak at least two languages and have experience of international travel. They know how to listen and to offer the best solutions. Thierry LIEVRE CEO of AEGIDE INTERNATIONAL www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 INDEX 5 TESTS & BASIC TRAINING ASSESSMENTS AE-TEST-01 • Assessment of HSE proficiency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 AE-TEST-02 • Assessing automobile, crane and material-handling equipment driving skills through psychometric tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 AWARENESS - RAISING / INDUCTIONS AE-INIT-01 • Safety induction for all activities: 7 Hazardous Energies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 AE-INIT-02 • Training of company trainers for the 7 Hazardous Energies program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 AE-INIT-03 • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 AE-INIT-04 • Raising awareness of the risk of occupational deafness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 AE-INIT-05 • Manual handling and postures awareness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 AE-INIT-06 • Introduction to H2S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 AE-INIT-07 • High pressure safety awareness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 AE-INIT-08 • Raising awareness of the internal operation plan and emergency plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 AE-INIT-09 • Raising awareness of defensive driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 AE-INIT-10 • Raising awareness of defensive driving for VIPs and expatriates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 AE-INIT-11 • Raising awareness of security during transportation (Program upon request) AE-INIT-12 • Raising awareness of domestic risks for expatriates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 AE-INIT-13 • Introduction to survival techniques in hot deserts, cold deserts or bush (Program upon request) AE-INIT-14 • Raising awareness of hazards in equatorial zones (mosquitos, fourous, wild animals…) (Program upon request) AE-INIT-15 • Raising awareness of health risks for expatriates (malaria, ...) (Program upon request) AE-INIT-16 • Environmental awareness-raising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 INDEX 5 HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS AE-MGT-01 • Managing prevention: Risk management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 AE-MGT-02 • Holding a safety meeting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 AE-MGT-03 • HSE leadership and communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 AE-MGT-04 • Oil and gas exploration and production site safety and environment manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 AE-MGT-05 • Workplace safety inspections and audit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 AE-MGT-06 • HSE adviser (France) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 AE-MGT-07 • Safety and environment officer (International) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 AE-MGT-08 • Constructing an integrated Hygiene, Safety & Environment management system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 AE-MGT-09 • Updating and circulating the hazard register (Program upon request) AE-MGT-10 • Setting up an HSE plan with contractors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 AE-MGT-11 • Work permits: principles and implementation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 AE-MGT-12 • Dealing with deteriorated situations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 AE-MGT-13 • Being familiar with French civil and criminal liability for managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 AE-MGT-14 • Preventing occupational pathologies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 AE-MGT-15 • Training and assisting companies for MASE-UIC audits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 AE-MGT-16 • Handling hazardous situations (human factor) (Program upon request) AE-MGT-17 • Managing your health and safety obligations (according to the new French labour laws) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 AE-MGT-18 • Constructing a system for managing health and safety on the job (MASE UIC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS AE-GRA-01 • Hunting out anomalies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 AE-GRA-02 • Assessing risks using the Job Safety Analysis method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 AE-GRA-03 • Construction risk assessment for exploration and production (International) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 AE-GRA-04 • Construction risk assessment - Specific program for TOTAL PJC (Program upon request) AE-GRA-05 • Construction risk assessment for TOTAL's contractors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 AE-GRA-06 • BOWTIE - Method & software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 AE-GRA-08 • Safety analysis - The HAZID & HAZOP methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 AE-GRA-09 • Risk analysis - Failure tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 AE-GRA-10 • Analyzing accidents using the Cause Tree / Root Cause / Tripod theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 AE-GRA-11 • Analysing accidents - Method & INVESTIGATOR 3 software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 AE-GRA-12 • Investigating accidents: collecting facts, interviews, report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 AE-GRA-13 • Guarantor of the accident analysis method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 FRENCH REGULATORY HSE COMMITTEE AE-CHST-01 • CHSCT members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 AE-CHST-01R • CHSCT members - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 AE-CHST-02 • CHSCT members - Upper level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 AE-CHST-03 • CHSCT members on SEVESO sites - Upper level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 AE-CHST-04 • Chairing the CHSCT (inter company only). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 INDEX 5 TECHNICAL RISKS CHEMICAL RISKS AE-CHIM-01 • Chemical risks: Operator level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 AE-CHIM-02 • Chemical risks: Management level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 AE-CHIM-03 • Training for personnel working at Petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 AE-CHIM-03R • Training for personnel working at Petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 1 - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 AE-CHIM-04 • Training for personnel working at Petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 2 (inter company only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 AE-CHIM-04R • Training for personnel working at Petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 2 - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 AE-CHIM-05 • Assessing risks linked to chemicals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 ELECTRICIT Y AE-ELEC-01 • Electrical risks Level 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 AE-ELEC-01R • Electrical risks Level 1 - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 CONFINED SPACES AE-ESPC-01 • Work safety in confined spaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 OIL & GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION - DRILLING - WORK - OVER AE-O&G-01 • Introduction to the risks of drilling rigs for visitors and personnel intervening on an occasional basis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 AE-O&G-02 • Classified zones and safety of electrical equipment on drilling sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 AE-O&G-03 • Permit to work in the oil and gas exploration and production industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 AE-O&G-04 • Safety at rig and workover rig workstations (Oil and Gas Production Exploration) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 AE-O&G-05 • Introduction to the risks of working on wells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 AE-O&G-06 • Well and Production Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPS) (Program upon request) AE-O&G-07 • Rig move safety (Program upon request) HYGIENE AE-HYG-01 • HACCP food hygiene and safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 FIRE - FIGHTING AE-INC-01 • Fire-fighting level 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 AE-INC-02 • Fire-fighting level 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 AE-INC-03 • Evacuation team member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 AE-INC-04 • Introduction to the use of fire safety systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 AE-INC-05 • Introduction to wearing Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 AE-INC-06 • Risks of hydrocarbons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 AE-INC-07 • Explosive atmospheres (ATEX) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 LIFTING AE-LEV-01 • Safe driving of electric pallet trucks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 AE-LEV-02 • Safe driving of fork-lift trucks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 AE-LEV-02R • Safe driving of fork-lift trucks - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 AE-LEV-03 • Safe driving of mobile human platform lifts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 AE-LEV-03R • Safe driving of mobile human platform lifts - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 AE-LEV-04 • Safe driving of auxiliary loading cranes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 AE-LEV-04R • Safe driving of auxiliary loading cranes - Refresher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 AE-LEV-05 • Safe driving of mobile cranes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 AE-LEV-05R • Safe driving of mobile cranes - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 AE-LEV-06 • Safe driving of construction site machinery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 AE-LEV-06R • Safe driving of construction site machinery - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 AE-LEV-07 • Safe driving of bridge cranes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 AE-LEV-07R • Safe driving of bridge cranes - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 AE-LEV-08 • Slinging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 AE-LEV-09 • Forklift trucks safe driving assessor (Program upon request) AE-LEV-10 • Personnel lifting basket safe driving assessor (Program upon request) AE-LEV-11 • Crane truck safe driving assessor (Program upon request) AE-LEV-12 • Construction sites trucks safe driving assessor (Program upon request) FIRST AID AE-SST-01 • First aid level 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 AE-SST-01R • First aid level 1 - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 AE-SST-02 • First aid level 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 AE-SST-02R • First aid level 2 - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 AE-SST-03 • Use of a defibrillator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 LIFTING AE-HAU-01 • Safety of work at height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 AE-HAU-02 • Working on scaffolding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 AE-HAU-03 • Erection and checking of scaffolding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 AE-HAU-04 • Rescue and evacuation at height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 INDEX 5 DEFENSIVE DRIVING LIGHT VEHICLES AE-DRIV-01 • Light vehicles - Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 AE-DRIV-01-01 • Light vehicles - Practical. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 AE-DRIV-01R • Light vehicles - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 4 WD AE-DRIV-02 • Light vehicles - Offroad - Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 AE-DRIV-02-01 • Light vehicles - Offroad - Practical. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 AE-DRIV-02R • Light vehicles - Offroad - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 AE-DRIV-03 • Offroad driving - Mud - Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 AE-DRIV-03-01 • Offroad driving - Mud - Practical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 AE-DRIV-03R • Offroad driving - Mud - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 AE-DRIV-04 • Offroad driving - Desert/Sand - Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 AE-DRIV-04-01 • Offroad driving - Desert/Sand - Practical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 AE-DRIV-04R • Offroad driving - Desert/Sand - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 AE-DRIV-05 • Offroad driving - Snow - Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 AE-DRIV-05-01 • Offroad driving - Snow - Practical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 AE-DRIV-05R • Offroad driving - Snow - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 HEAVY VEHICLES AE-DRIV-06 • Heavy non-articulated vehicles - Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 AE-DRIV-06-01 • Heavy non-articulated vehicles - Practical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 AE-DRIV-06R • Heavy non-articulated vehicles - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 AE-DRIV-07 • Heavy articulated vehicles - Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 AE-DRIV-07-01 • Heavy articulated vehicles - Practical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 AE-DRIV-07R • Heavy articulated vehicles - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 AE-DRIV-08 • Buses - Coaches - Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 AE-DRIV-08-01 • Buses - Coaches - Practical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 AE-DRIV-08R • Buses - Coaches - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 AE-DRIV-09 • Emergency vehicles - Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 AE-DRIV-09-01 • Emergency vehicles - Practical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 AE-DRIV-09R • Emergency vehicles - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 OTHERS AE-DRIV-10 • Convoy leader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 AE-DRIV-11 • Preparation for an isolated mission (Program upon request) AE-DRIV-12 • ECO-driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 ASSESSOR AE-DRIV-13 • Driving assessor - Light vehicles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 AE-DRIV-13R • Driving assessor - Light vehicles - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 AE-DRIV-14 • Driving assessor - Off-road vehicles (pre-requisite DRIV-13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 AE-DRIV-14R • Driving assessor - Off-road vehicles - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157 AE-DRIV-15 • Driving assessor - Heavy vehicles (pre-requisite DRIV-13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 AE-DRIV-15R • Driving assessor - Heavy vehicles - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 AE-DRIV-16 • Driving Assessor / Trainer - Light vehicles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 TRAINER AE-DRIV-17 • Trainer - Light vehicles (pre-requisite DRIV-13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162 AE-DRIV-17R • Trainer - Light vehicles - Refresher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 AE-DRIV-18 • Trainer - Light vehicles (France and inter-company only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164 AE-DRIV-19 • Trainer - Off-road vehicles (pre-requisites DRIV-13 and DRIV-17). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 AE-DRIV-19R • Trainer - Off-road vehicles - Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166 AE-DRIV-20 • Trainer - Heavy articulated and non-articulated vehicles (pre-requisites DRIV-13 and DRIV-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 AE-DRIV-20R • Trainer - Heavy articulated and non-articulated vehicles - Refresher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169 5 COURSE CERTIFICATE 5 ENQUIRIES/PRELIMINARY REGISTRATION 5 CONTACT AEGIDE 5 DAILY INTRA-COMPANY TARIFFS FOR 2010 5 GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALE FOR TRAINING SERVICES (GCOSTS) www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 TEST S & BASIC TRAINING “Checking the binocular vision, the optical-moto coordination and the skills of drivers of all types of vehicles, before they are recruited and throughout their career.” ASSESSMENTS AE-TEST-01 • Assessment of HSE proficiency AE-TEST-02 • Assessing automobile, crane and material-handling equipment driving skills through psychometric tests www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 TEST S & BASIC TRAINING AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS AE-INIT-01 • Safety induction for all activities: 7 Hazardous Energies AE-INIT-02 • Training of company trainers for the 7 Hazardous Energies program AE-INIT-03 • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) AE-INIT-04 • Raising awareness of the risk of occupational deafness AE-INIT-05 • Manual handling and postures awareness AE-INIT-06 • Introduction to H2S AE-INIT-07 • High pressure safety awareness AE-INIT-08 • Raising awareness of the internal operation plan and emergency plan AE-INIT-09 • Raising awareness of defensive driving AE-INIT-10 • Raising awareness of defensive driving for VIPs and expatriates AE-INIT-11 • Raising awareness of security during transportation (Program upon request) AE-INIT-12 • Raising awareness of domestic risks for expatriates AE-INIT-13 • Introduction to survival techniques in hot deserts, cold deserts or bush (Program upon request) AE-INIT-14 • Raising awareness of hazards in equatorial zones (mosquitos, fourous, wild animals…) (Program upon request) AE-INIT-15 • Raising awareness of health risks for expatriates (malaria, ...) (Program upon request) AE-INIT-16 • Environmental awareness-raising www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES ASSESSMENTS ASSESSMENT OF HSE PROFICIENCY AE-TEST-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Agent technician and engineer recruited by the HSE department and/or working for it. 10 5 OBJECTIVES: To have a precise idea of the personnel's skills and of the persons that need to AE-TEST-01 be recruited. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Presentation (½ day) 5 Duration • Company's HSE policy 1 day • Assessment 5 Cost • MCQ on general HSE topics • MCQ specific to the Workstation. Upon request 5 Module 2 - Psychometric test (2 hrs) 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 5 Module 3 - Analysis of results and individual interview (30 mins per candidate) 5 Module 4 - Drawing-up of refresher program (10 to 20 mins per candidate) www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES ASSESSMENTS ASSESSING AUTOMOBILE, CRANE AND MATERIAL-HANDLING EQUIPMENT DRIVING SKILLS THROUGH PSYCHOMETRIC TESTS AE-TEST-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All staff required to drive this type of vehicle. 11 5 OBJECTIVES: Assess the physical fitness and knowledge of personnel before hiring them. AE-TEST-02 Then regularly test these skills and knowledge. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General information 5 Duration The safe driving of motor vehicles, heavy trucks, cranes and various handling machines 1 day (fork-lift trucks, etc.) is largely dependent on the driver. 5 Cost It is therefore vital to check proficiency and knowledge when personnel are hired. Upon request 5 Check of physical aptitude: 5 Dates & venues This involves checking binocular vision and assessing optical-motor coordination and emotional stability by means of: Consult the calendar • A specialized vision test on a Vision Tester machine • A series of specific psychometric tests that make it possible to determine the level at the time when the test is taken, and to indicate the foreseeable evolution over the years to come. 5 Check of knowledge: We assess the knowledge and know-how of drivers by means of: • A questionnaire to assess driving knowledge (Highway Code; questions on actual cases based on photos) • A commentary driving test in a built-up area, off road or in a company (40 to 50 minutes per candidate) • A test of the control of the vehicle: e.g. parallel parking, reverse parking, evasive maneuvers, braking when driving vehicles with automatic transmission • An individual interview. Detailed results are sent to the company with a recommendation concerning: • The driver's proficiency and the subsequent checks to be carried out • Additional training to be given (if any). This additional training includes in particular: • Basic defensive driving course • 4x4 vehicle driving course off road • Heavy vehicle driving course on and off road • Priority vehicle driving course (fire engine, ambulance, breakdown vehicle) • Public transport vehicle driving course • Two-wheeled vehicle driving course • Hoisting devices driving course: cranes, fork-lift trucks, etc. 5 Vehicles used: The company's own vehicles and machines will preferably be used. Failing this, AEGIDE vehicles can be used. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS SAFETY INDUCTION FOR ALL ACTIVITIES: 7 HAZARDOUS ENERGIES AE-INIT-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.), Site HSE Managers (RSESs) Intermediate management/Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents, Site management 12 personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisors/Foremen, Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers), Operating personnel (operators/officers). AE-INIT-01 5 OBJECTIVES: A clear idea of how the energies present at site may harm them. It precises do and dont’s recommendations on each source of danger. The 7 HAZARDOUS ENERGIES is an induction Safety tool intended to all newcomers on all types of sites, especially the personnel of the lowest qualifications. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General Information 5 Duration 1) A simple document prepared from the photographs of your hazard sources ( You just 0.5 day need to send the pictures by email, or request us to send our HSE consultant/trainer 5 Cost to take the photographs). Upon request 2) In conjunction with you, define a list of referees from among your most experienced 5 Dates & venues staff. These are the people who will be responsible for showing and explaining to new Consult the calendar employees what they should and should not do. At site, the personnel visits the hazard sources shown in the brochure and receives then explanations from designated experienced personnel. The brochure is signed to follow the progression of the personnel. When all hazard sources have been visited, the site manager authorizes the newcomer to work alone and change his “green hat” to an other colour. Our system keeps track of each of these briefings, which will prove that you have done as much as possible to control your risks. 3) A simple basic training module lasting about 2 hours and using the concept of energy, which we have successfully been using for the oil industry in many countries for several years. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS TRAINING OF COMPANY TRAINERS FOR THE 7 HAZARDOUS ENERGIES PROGRAM AE-INIT-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: HSE personnel, on-site trainers, managers responsible for training new employees, etc. 13 5 OBJECTIVES: To be able to run the 7 Hazardous Energies program: AE-INIT-02 - initial training - completion of individual tasks. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Technical content 5 Duration • Introductory presentation of the 7 hazardous energies: representations, units, 2 days hazardous phenomena 5 Cost • The catalog of sources of hazard at the site Upon request 5 Implementation 5 Dates & venues • Major importance of the “buddy” system and the role of the guide • The roles of supervisors, referees, the learner, colleagues Consult the calendar • The teaching principles to be complied with • Conditions and pace of individual tasks • Language barriers • Records • Reactions to be observed in the event of the non-application of specified recommendations and directives 5 Methods • Presentations and practical teaching exercises • Training is organized on site to coincide with production of the sources of hazard catalog. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) AE-INIT-03 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisor/Foreman, Operating personnel (operators/officers). 14 5 OBJECTIVES: - To make users capable of correctly checking and using the PPE. AE-INIT-03 - To make users capable of choosing the appropriate equipment for their mission, of checking the condition and correct operation of their equipment, and of using their equipment correctly. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Presentation (2 hrs) 5 Duration • PPE 1 day • Choice of equipment. 5 Cost 5 Module 2 - Personal Protective Equipment (4 hrs) Upon request • Checking the equipment 5 Dates & venues • Use • Maintenance and storage. Consult the calendar www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS RAISING AWARENESS OF THE RISK OF OCCUPATIONAL DEAFNESS AE-INIT-04 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons exposed to high noise levels within the context of their work. 5 OBJECTIVES: 15 To teach students how to take into account the phenomenon of deafness and how to prevent it. AE-INIT-04 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS This training day meets the requirements of the French Labor Law (art. 232.8.5) relating 5 Duration to the informing of persons working in a noisy environment. 0.5 day 5 Noise and its physical dimensions 5 Cost • Frequency Upon request • Intensity 5 Dates & venues 5 Noise and its extent Consult the calendar • Equivalent level • Exposure level 5 Effects on the body • Physiological constraint • Psychological constraint • Deafness 5 Audiograms • Medical supervision of the auditive function 5 Regulations in force: Decree 88-405 Individual protection measures • Types • Effectiveness • Methods of use 5 Collective technical prevention (approach) www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS MANUAL HANDLING AND POSTURES AWARENESS AE-INIT-05 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Any person called upon to do manual handling and manipulation or suffering from “back pain”: Operating personnel (operators/officers). 16 5 OBJECTIVES: At the end of this course, the trainee knows the basics of gestures and postures AE-INIT-05 which reduce fatigue and the risk of accidents. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Human mechanics 5 Duration • Muscles and skeleton, vertebral column, intervertebral discs: anatomy and how they 1 day function 5 Cost • Pathologies (skeletal, muscular, ligamentous), and those related to the vertebral column (lumbago, sciatica, slipped disc). Upon request 5 The principles of manual handling 5 Dates & venues • Physical safety and reduction of fatigue Consult the calendar • The “correct actions” and “correct postures” depending on the objects being handled. 5 Practical applications • Using standard equipment • Using your company’s equipment. 5 General information This training course is given on an intra-company basis to groups of 6 to 10 persons. If you so wish, it can take place in 3 half-day sessions. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS INTRODUCTION TO H2S AE-INIT-06 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Persons exposed to H2S gas. 5 OBJECTIVES: 17 To be capable of: - knowing the risks linked to H2S gas AE-INIT-06 - protecting oneself against the risks posed by hydrogen sulfide. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1: the danger of H2S 5 Duration • Presentation of H2S, properties of the product 0.5 day • Accidentology 5 Cost • Modes of exposure and measurements • Associated risks Upon request • Intervening after an incident or accident 5 Dates & venues • Prevention of risks Consult the calendar www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS HIGH PRESSURE SAFETY AWARENESS AE-INIT-07 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Personnel responsible for implementing HP equipment and all persons who may be exposed to HP risks, HSE personnel, site trainers, managers responsible for training new employees, etc. 18 5 OBJECTIVES: AE-INIT-07 - To know the risks associated with high pressure in the industry in general, and more specifically in Oil and Gas Production Exploration. - To be able to perform a simple visual inspection of HP equipment. - To be able to fill in the work permit pertaining to HP work. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Technical content 5 Duration • Basic physics - phenomena - units 2 days • The various applications of HP gases and liquids 5 Cost • HP cleaning equipment • Cutting equipment Upon request • Surface equipment: pumps, actuators, ducts, control devices, safety devices 5 Dates & venues • Well-heads and rigid and flexible HP ducts, pipe fittings Consult the calendar • Inspections and tests 5 HP and LP risks • Event of accidents • Operator personnel and third parties involved in the various applications: physical, chemical, toxic product risks • Facilities: silos, confined spaces 5 Precautions • System assembly and specifications • Pre-commissioning inspection and testing • Conditions of maintenance work, isolation, lockout-tagout 5 Methods • Presentations and practical exercises • Intra-company, on or off site www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS RAISING AWARENESS OF THE INTERNAL OPERATION PLAN AND EMERGENCY PLAN AE-INIT-08 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.), Site HSE Managers (RSESs). 5 OBJECTIVES: 19 To make personnel capable of reacting, raising the alert and intervening within the framework of a general plan and a specific plan. AE-INIT-08 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 – Presentation (2 hrs) 5 Duration • General information on emergency measures. 1 day 5 Module 2 – The customer’s internal operation plan (4 hrs) 5 Cost • Training is based on the company POI/PG/PP. Upon request 5 Module 3 – The emergency plan: (1 hr) 5 Dates & venues • Presentation and general information Consult the calendar • Role of the organizers • Equipment checks • Exercises. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS RAISING AWARENESS OF DEFENSIVE DRIVING AE-INIT-09 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Newly-qualified and future young drivers, school children. 5 OBJECTIVES: 20 - To become aware of the risks linked to driving motor vehicles. - To be capable of anticipating potential road traffic accident situations. AE-INIT-09 - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To develop the aptitude to control the vehicle. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Assess the hazards of the road 5 Duration 5 Be familiar with the risks linked to behavior 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Be familiar with the risks linked to alcohol, drugs and medicines Upon request 5 Study the risks linked to the vehicle being in poor condition 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS RAISING AWARENESS OF DEFENSIVE DRIVING FOR VIPS AND EXPATRIATES AE-INIT-10 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: VIPs and expatriates. 5 OBJECTIVES: 21 To raise awareness of the dangers and teach to apply basic instructions. AE-INIT-10 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Preparation prior to making a trip 5 Duration 5 Behavior and good practices - compliance with the instructions 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Reacting when faced with danger Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS RAISING AWARENESS OF DOMESTIC RISKS FOR EXPATRIATES AE-INIT-12 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Expatriates and domestic staff: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety 22 superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisor/Foreman/Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers), Operations AE-INIT-12 personnel (operators/officers). 5 OBJECTIVES: Provide to expatriates and domestic staff information on domestic risks and advice on prevention and intervention: Presentation and location of domestic risks - Develop effective prevention - Know when to intervene. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - A few figures 5 Duration • Locations of domestic accidents: in the home, in the garden, at the beach 0.5 day • Who is victim of these accidents? 5 Cost 5 Module 2 - In the home - In the garden - At the beach Upon request • Electrical risks 5 Dates & venues • Risks of falls • Risks of burns Consult the calendar • Risks of intoxication • Risks of drowning • Risks of bites. 5 Module 3 - On the road • On the road • Risks in motor vehicles. 5 Module 4 - Fire • Reacting in the event of a fire • Using the first-aid equipment • Safely evacuating a building • Checking the initial intervention equipment. 5 Module 5 - Power generators • The risks run • Prevention • Intervention. 5 Module 6 - Practical assessment After the theoretical awareness-raising, a practical assessment will be carried out: • A dry fire, a chip-pan fire • Intervening in these fires • Checking an extinguisher • Watch and participate in the evacuation of a building • A power generator. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EVALUATION DES APTITUDES& BASIC TRAINING TESTS ET COMPETENCES AWARENESS-RAISING / INDUCTIONS ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS-RAISING AE-INIT-16 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs), Intermediate management/Operations personnel/Design Department/ HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management 23 personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisor/Foreman/ Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers)/Operating personnel (operators/ officers). AE-INIT-16 5 OBJECTIVES: To raise the person's awareness of the general problems of environmental protection and pollution. Practical implementation so that these problems are taken into consideration in the person’s professional activity. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General information 5 Duration • Definition of the environment: natural environments - pollution and protection 1 day • The relative notion of pollution/user 5 Cost • Planet earth: the needs for protection • The notion of the food chain Upon request • Resources and reserves 5 Dates & venues • Types of pollution and pollutants Consult the calendar • Effects on sediments, plants and animals • Technical means for combatting pollution • The economic notion • Government agencies: who does what? 5 Practical application dedicated to the site at which the student works • Situation in relation to Government legislation: non-conformities • Inventory of the site's environmental organization • Points that risk malfunctioning • Technical-economic and organizational solutions to be implemented to make the site compliant • Assistance with the drawing-up of an action program. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 HSE MANAGEMENT “These are programs which deal with all the different HSE subjects that fall within the scope of a given position or a given hierarchical level.” ROLES AND METHODS AE-MGT-01 • Managing prevention: Risk management AE-MGT-02 • Holding a safety meeting AE-MGT-03 • HSE leadership and communication AE-MGT-04 • Oil and gas exploration and production site safety and environment manager AE-MGT-05 • Workplace safety inspections and audit AE-MGT-06 • HSE adviser (France) www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 HSE MANAGEMENT AE-MGT-07 • Safety and environment officer (International) AE-MGT-08 • Constructing an integrated Hygiene, Safety & Environment management system AE-MGT-09 • Updating and circulating the hazard register (Program upon request) AE-MGT-10 • Setting up an HSE plan with contractors AE-MGT-11 • Work permits: principles and implementation AE-MGT-12 • Dealing with deteriorated situations AE-MGT-13 • Being familiar with French civil and criminal liability for managers AE-MGT-14 • Preventing occupational pathologies AE-MGT-15 • Training and assisting companies for MASE-UIC audits AE-MGT-16 • Handling hazardous situations (human factor) (Program upon request) AE-MGT-17 • Managing your health and safety obligations (according to the new French labour laws) AE-MGT-18 • Constructing a system for managing health and safety on the job (MASE UIC) MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS AE-GRA-01 • Hunting out anomalies AE-GRA-02 • Assessing risks using the Job Safety Analysis method AE-GRA-03 • Construction risk assessment for exploration and production (International) AE-GRA-04 • Construction risk assessment - Specific program for TOTAL PJC AE-GRA-05 • Construction risk assessment for TOTAL's contractors AE-GRA-06 • BOWTIE - Method & software AE-GRA-08 • Safety analysis - The HAZID & HAZOP methods AE-GRA-09 • Risk analysis - Failure tree AE-GRA-10 • Analyzing accidents using the Cause Tree / Root Cause / Tripod theory AE-GRA-11 • Analysing accidents - Method & INVESTIGATOR 3 software AE-GRA-12 • Investigating accidents : collecting facts, interviews, report AE-GRA-13 • Guarantor of the accident analysis method FRENCH REGULATORY HSE COMMITTEE AE-CHST-01 • CHSCT members AE-CHST-01R • CHSCT members - Refresher AE-CHST-02 • CHSCT members - Upper level AE-CHST-03 • CHSCT members on SEVESO sites - Upper level AE-CHST-04 • Chairing the CHSCT (inter company only) www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS MANAGING PREVENTION: RISK MANAGEMENT AE-MGT-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Company directors, managers and supervisors required to perform a prevention role within the company or any other person required to establish a safety strategy. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the principles of prevention, the legislative and regulatory obligations relating to hygiene and safety. - To use prevention tools and be capable of implementing an effective prevention management system. 26 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS AE-MGT-01 5 Prevention organization 5 Duration • Definitions, integrated safety concepts, Bird pyramid, risk perception, stakes 3 days • Internal players and in particular the CHSCT (Hygiene and Working Conditions 5 Cost Monitoring Committee) • External players Upon request 5 The company’s prevention policy 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 5 Regulatory reference documents • the French labor law • "Noticeable” HSE issues within a company: training, compliance of machine, management of maintenance operations, external companies and emergency situations, etc. 5 Responsibility in the event of an accident 5 Prevention management system reference documents • Continuous improvement • ISO 14001 • M.A.S.E • UIC DT 78 • OHSAS 18001 • QHSE integrated management system • Performing an audit 5 The main prevention management system tools • Analysis of risks and the main risks • Workstation ergonomics • Analysis of the accident • Safety meetings • Safety inspections and visits • Intervention of an external company: prevention plan and safety protocol, construction site coordination, etc. 5 Risk Management • Knowledge of the general risks and vulnerability of a company • Optimization of risk-associated costs through well-managed prevention and an effective insurance program www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS HOLDING A SAFETY MEETING AE-MGT-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.), Site HSE Managers (RSESs) Intermediate management/Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents, Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the tools of communication - To be familiar with the essential HSEQ details that have to be communicated to each person in the company - To be able to identify his/her strengths and weaknesses when speaking - To know how to get a message across. 27 AE-MGT-02 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 People involved in the safety process 5 Duration • Their missions 2 days • Conditions in which they carry out their missions 5 Cost • Safety organization. Upon request 5 The information to be provided 5 Dates & venues • Regulations, procedures, safety indicators, etc. Consult the calendar 5 The principles of communication • Verbal communication • Non-verbal communication • The brakes on communication • Individual needs • The art of negotiating, convincing and motivating • Personal and functional motivations • Know how to listen • Know how to use one’s voice • The obstacles to communication • Positive and negative attitudes, etc. 5 Leadership and problem-resolution tools • Brainstorming • Affinity diagrams (metaplan), etc. 5 Hygiene, Health and Safety communication • Purposes • Objectives • The people to target • The argumentation • The means to use: meetings, discussions, poster campaigns, creation of communication media, etc. contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS HOLDING A SAFETY MEETING contd... 5 Holding meetings • Types of meetings and discussions: briefing, problem-solving, etc. • Why hold meetings? • Objectives of a presentation • The phases of a meeting • Preparation of the presentation • Knowing how to construct an argument and anticipate objections • Construction of a basic framework • People’s availability • Practical advice (projector, organization and arrangement of material according to the meeting concerned) • Roles of the person chairing the meeting • Behavior of the participants and integration into the group • Managing differences • Managing stress • Taking notes • Follow-up of meetings, etc. 5 The right safety messages • The principle of displays and their effectiveness • The types of message (paper, graphs, video, etc.) 5 Teaching methods • Presentations and theory classes • Case studies and practical scenario role-playing • Simulated meetings and discussions • Discussions, debates, etc. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS HSE LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATION AE-MGT-03 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.), Site HSE Managers (RSESs) Intermediate management/Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents, Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 OBJECTIVES: To make managers capable of communicating and improving their leadership skills in H.S.E. areas. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 29 5 Module 1 - Presentation (2 hrs) 5 Duration AE-MGT-03 • Company’s HSE policy 2 days • Role of HSE managers: Site HSE Managers; Safety and Environment Officers. 5 Cost 5 Module 2 – Communication techniques (2 hrs) Upon request • Communicating with one’s superiors 5 Dates & venues • Communicating with one’s subordinates. Consult the calendar 5 Module 3 – Chairing and organization of: • Pre-job meetings (4 hrs) • Weekly safety meetings • Risk-analysis work groups • Accident-analysis work groups • Practical exercises - Video. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION SITE SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT MANAGER AE-MGT-04 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Managers responsible for site operation, operational managers.May also be of interest to HSE managers. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To increase familiarity with general risks in Oil and Gas Production Exploration. - To ensure / to improve the implementation of HSE management system elements and the involvement of external companies and subcontractors. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 30 5 Introduction 5 Duration AE-MGT-04 • OGP statistics 3 days 5 HSE Organization 5 Cost • Organization and objectives Upon request • Roles and responsibilities - HSE documentation 5 Dates & venues 5 Knowledge of risks Consult the calendar • Hydrocarbon risks - Risks associated with activities • Deteriorated situations 5 Work management • Contracts - Safety Appendices - Acceptance report • Work permit • Risks analysis: Bowtie, Hazid, Hazop, JRA • SIMOPS • Logistics 5 Audits and inspections • Audit and inspection schedule - follow-up 5 Reporting and analysis of accidents and incidents • Gathering facts - methods of analysis. 5 Emergency situations • POI, EVASAN, anti-contamination plan, crisis management. 5 Methods • Presentations and practical exercises • Intra-company, on or off site. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS WORKPLACE SAFETY INSPECTIONS AND AUDIT AE-MGT-05 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Work managers, supervisors, safety managers and officers, operations or maintenance personnel, members of CHSCTs (Hygiene and Working Conditions Monitoring Committees) and all persons concerned by the prevention of professional risks. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with workplace safety audit methodology and to know how to apply a technique according to the context of the company. - To behave like a skilled auditor, to think like an auditor. 31 AE-MGT-05 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Notions of hazard, risk, damage 5 Duration • Risk situations 2 days • Different types of safety audit 5 Cost • Reference documents Upon request 5 Preparing audits 5 Dates & venues Audit what? and who? • Technical knowledge of the audit: initiating the audit, the team of auditors Consult the calendar • Safety audit check list • Safety audit procedure 5 Performing the audit • Audit how? • Auditor behavior • Input from the audited party 5 Practical exercise • Preparing the audit • Performing the audit in groups of 2 or 3 • Student adopting the role of the auditor and the party being audited • Analysis of recorded sequences 5 Audit follow-up • Safety audit report and its immediate discussion • Non-conformity sheet • Follow-up of corrective actions and recommendations www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS HSE ADVISER (FRANCE) AE-MGT- 06 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons concerned with safety within the company: managers and supervisors, safety representative, safety correspondent, safety correspondent, etc. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be able to analyze, to implement a suitable prevention policy and to manage safety within his/her company. - To manage prevention-related regulations and technical and teaching tools. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 32 5 Module 1 (3 days): Context of safety missions 5 Duration AE-MGT-06 • Stakes and foundations of the role 3 x 3-day modules • Prevention-related issues and key definitions 5 Cost • The legal, legislative and regulatory framework (Labor Law, environmental code and criminal code): Professional risk regulations… Upon request • Obligations of the company manager 5 Dates & venues • Prevention players Consult the calendar • Civil and penal responsibility • Solutions in terms of work accidents and occupational diseases • Safety training • The compliance of work equipment and mandatory records • External companies and the prevention plan, safety protocol • Internal regulations and safety directives • Installations classified for environmental protection 5 Module 2 (3 days): Prevention tools and strategy • Prevention strategy: initial diagnosis, prevention policy, implementation of measures and their follow-up • Analysis of the accident using the “cause tree” method • Summary of legislation and regulations • Assessment of risks and the official Risk Assessment Document • Risk assessment methodologies • Ergonomic strategy • The main risks: mechanical, electrical, chemical, biological, psychosocial risks, etc. • Assessment, effects on health, regulations, prevention means 5 Module 3 (3 days): Prevention management • Implementation of a prevention policy • Implementation of a safety management system based on an identified reference document • Reference documents: ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ILO-OHS 2001, M.A.S.E, UIC DT 78, DNV SIES (International Safety Assessment System), etc. • Integrated systems • Drawing up of an action plan and an HSE management chart • Communication, training and involvement of personnel • Performance of a workplace and system safety audit • Safety meetings, safety discussions www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT OFFICER (INTERNATIONAL) AE-MGT-07 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Safety and Environment Officers. 5 OBJECTIVES: To make the Safety and Environment Officers capable of assisting the Site HSE Managers in: the implementation of safety control measures/the implementation of environmental protection control measures/the monitoring of sites and activities/the reporting of anomalies/the collection of facts/the analysis of an accident. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 33 5 Module 1 - Presentation (½ day) 5 Duration AE-MGT-04 • Company’s HSE policy 5 days • Role of the Safety and Environment Officer. 5 Cost 5 Module 2 – Risk analysis before starting work (1 day) Upon request • Based on the “7 Hazardous Energies” method 5 Dates & venues • MCQ + exercices. Consult the calendar 5 Module 3 – Implementation of safety measures: (1 day) • Management of work permits • Practical exercises • PPE: presentation, check, use • Supervision of the use of breathing equipment. 5 Module 4 – Check of the site and the activities - report the anomalies (½ day) • Safety and Environment Officer programs and inspection lists • Reporting and follow-up. 5 Module 5 – Reporting and analysis of accidents/incidents (1 day) • “Cause tree” method/exercises • Collection of facts: Response Sheet practical exercises. 5 Module 6 – Emergency situation (1 day) • Internal operation plan, description of the roles of the response team members • Practical fire-fighting and first-aid exercises. 5 End-of-course assessment www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS CONSTRUCTING AN INTEGRATED HYGIENE, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AE-MGT-08 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Executive officers, HSEQ Director, senior managers, supervisors, managers, and all persons involved in the implementation of an integrated Hygiene, Safety, Environment & Quality strategy. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To take stock of the requirements of ISO 9001 reference documents: 2000, 14001, BS 8800 and OHSAS 18001. - To identify possible synergies between reference documents to develop an integrated system. - To identify all types of action involved in this strategy. 34 AE-MGT-08 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General 5 Duration • Definitions 4 days • The stakes and foundations of a health and safety management system. 5 Cost • The involvement of all hierarchy levels. Upon request 5 The main Health – Safety reference documents 5 Dates & venues • Continuous improvement • ISO 14001, BS 8800 and OHSAS 18001, DNV SIES (International Safety Assessment Consult the calendar System). Safety management system at SEVESO (SGS) sites • Reference documents MASE, UIC DT 78, etc. 5 Health and safety management system elements • Policy and commitment of the management • System planning • Implementation and operation • Management review 5 Highlighting of reference document overlaps and deviations • Hygiene, Safety, Environment, Quality concepts • Reference document layout and summary of content • Analogies and differences • Integrated management 5 Planning and continuous improvement • Identify hazards, assess risks and plan measures • Identify HSE legal and regulatory requirements • Identify customer requirements • Identify and assess risks • Identify Environmental impacts and aspects • Responses to legal and regulatory requirements • Definition of objectives and targets • Definition of an action program contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS CONSTRUCTING AN INTEGRATED HYGIENE, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM contd... 5 Implementing the HSEQ management system • Organization, description of functions and responsibilities • Identification of company processes • Assessment of process effectiveness • Choice of an integrated document system • Document management rules • Procedures and records • Skills and training, raising awareness • Document management • Operational control at workstation • Responses to emergency situations 5 Assessing and improving the integrated management system • The main HSEQ indicators • Operating indicators • Analysis of accidents and near accidents • Initiation of corrective and preventive actions • Management system audit • Corrective and preventive actions • Management review 5 Teaching methods • Audiovisual presentations using a video projector • Case study • Group work 5 Documentation provided • Course manual with program highlights www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS SETTING UP AN HSE PLAN WITH CONTRACTORS AE-MGT-10 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to perform or manage subcontracting work: project managers, work supervisors, general service managers, safety representatives, members of the CHSCT (Committee for Hygiene, Safety and Working Conditions) 5 OBJECTIVES: To know the regulations and practical methods that govern safety in relations with external companies. 36 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS AE-MGT-10 5 The obligations of work providers of companies and their subcontractors 5 Duration 5 The rights of corporate partners and CHSCTs (Committees for Hygiene, 2 days Safety and Working Conditions) 5 Cost 5 New civil and criminal liabilities Upon request 5 Dates & venues 5 Consultation requirements Consult the calendar • Who does what? • Where? • When? • How? 5 Setting up the consultation 5 The management tools of the subcontractor • Contract • Safety specifications 5 The management of prevention • Prevention plan • Audit • Coordination meetings 5 Technical approach to risks 5 Reference documents • The decree dated 20/02/92; the order dated 26/04/96; comparison with the law dated 31/12/93 relating to SPS coordination www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS WORK PERMITS: PRINCIPLES AND IMPLEMENTATION AE-MGT-11 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Work managers/Supervisors/Safety managers and officers, operations or maintenance personnel/CHSCT Members (Hygiene and Working Conditions Monitoring Committees) and all persons concerned by the prevention of professional risks. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the methodology for drawing up a work permit. - To know how to draw up and follow up a work permit. 37 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS AE-MGT-11 5 Objectives 5 Duration 5 Application 2 days 5 Cost 5 Definitions and responsibilities Upon request • Definitions • Identification of key players 5 Dates & venues 5 Procedure Consult the calendar • Before the work • During the work • End of work • Interruptions of work 5 Archiving 5 Training courses / Audits • Practical exercise • Drawing-up of a permit in groups of 2 or 3 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS DEALING WITH DETERIORATED SITUATIONS AE-MGT-12 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Work managers, supervisors, safety managers and officers, operations or maintenance personnel, members of the CHSCTs (Hygiene and Working Conditions Monitoring Committees) and all persons concerned by the prevention of professional risks. 5 OBJECTIVES: To manage abnormal situations by preserving the safety measures when faced with a significant increase in the risks. 38 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS AE-MGT-12 5 Definitions 5 Duration 5 Detecting deteriorated situations 1 day 5 Cost 5 Proposing compensatory measures Upon request 5 Taking decisions 5 Dates & venues 5 Following up the compensatory measures Consult the calendar 5 Correcting the anomaly 5 Withdrawing the compensatory measures 5 Practical exercises www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS BEING FAMILIAR WITH FRENCH CIVIL AND CRIMINAL LIABILITY FOR MANAGERS AE-MGT-13 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Company managers, technical managers, management, etc. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with hygiene and safety-related obligations. - To be familiar with their role in prevention. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 39 5 General 5 Duration • Prevention and economic performance 2 days AE-MGT-13 • Role and missions of different personnel involved 5 Cost • Integrated prevention • Liabilities chart Upon request • The French labor law and texts 5 Dates & venues 5 Civil liability Consult the calendar • Code of social security • Cost of accidents • Gross negligence in civil liability 5 Criminal liability • The criminal code • Criminal liability in terms of hygiene and safety • Delegation of authority • Offences in the event of an accident • Liability of the management • Safety obligation and results obligation • Gross negligence of the employer • Personal negligence 5 Judicial precedents NB: Possibility of joint-coordination with an employment law expert (depending on number of participants) www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS PREVENTING OCCUPATIONAL PATHOLOGIES AE-MGT-14 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons concerned with safety within the company: managers and supervisors, Prevention representative, HSE manager, occupational nurse, etc. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be able to identify different occupational pathologies and associated risks. - To be familiar with prevention issues, in particular with the legal aspect in the event of an accident. - To know how to implement regulations in his/her company. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 40 5 General 5 Duration AE-MGT-14 • Statistics 4 days • Stakes and role of players 5 Cost • Occupational doctor Upon request 5 Workplace accident 5 Dates & venues • History, definitions, etc. • How to report an accident Consult the calendar • Legislative and regulatory aspects • Accountability and standard compensation • Assessment indicator • Jurisprudence 5 Accident during journey to/from work • Definitions • Legislative and regulatory aspects • Proof that an accident occurred during journey to/from work • Jurisprudence 5 Occupational diseases • Definition • Familiarization 5 Formalities • Reporting procedures • Compensation procedures • CPAM (French health insurance agency) financing and rating 5 Risks and Consequences • The main professional risks (mechanical, chemical, psychosocial, etc.) and the pathological consequences on humans 5 Action Plan in the Company • Professional risk assessment • Pluridisciplinary assessment approach • The vital role of the occupational doctor and other external players • Action plan and prevention policy www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS TRAINING AND ASSISTING COMPANIES FOR MASE-UIC AUDITS AE-MGT-15 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Directors, HSE managers, managers and supervisors who are required to set up a Health, Safety and Environment strategy to obtain MASE-UIC approval 5 OBJECTIVES: - To discover prevention and the legislative and regulatory obligations relating to hygiene and safety. - To become familiar with the tools of the MASE-UIC common system (reference documents version 2009). - To develop the document system (manual, procedures, records) 41 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS AE-MGT-15 5 The organization of prevention 5 Duration • Definitions, integrated safety concepts, Bird’s triangle, the perception of risk, the stakes 6 days at play, the internal and external personnel involved 5 Cost 5 Control of the Health, Safety and Environment system Upon request • The commitment of the management 5 Dates & venues • Organization chart and job definitions • The Health, Safety and Environment improvement plan Consult the calendar • Indicators and objectives • Communication • The HSE Manual or PASE (Company Safety Improvement Plan) • Control of documents • System audits • Management reviews. 5 Skills and qualifications • Selection of personnel • The induction of newcomers • Mentoring and/or the “buddy” system • Induction at work sites • Relief personnel • Skills assessment • Training plan • Follow-up of training courses attended/authorizations and skills. 5 Preparation and organization or operational control • Mandatory periodic inspections • Follow-up and maintenance of equipment • Operating procedures • Work planning • Prevention plans or PPSPSs (Special Safety and Health Protection Plans) • Processing of modifications • PPE • Work permits and authorizations • Control of sub-contractors • Management of emergency situations contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS TRAINING AND ASSISTING COMPANIES FOR MASE-UIC AUDITS contd... 5 The tools of the continuous improvement system • Risk analysis and the main risks (official risk assessment document (French “document unique”)) • Regulatory watch • Discussions • Analysis of accidents, near-misses and incidents • Visits to work sites and/or workshops • Recovering hazardous situations • Participation of the personnel involved.
    • HSE MANAGEMENT XXX MANAGING YOUR HEALTH AND SAFETY OBLIGATIONS (according to the new French labour laws) AE-MGT-17 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons concerned with safety within the company: managers and supervisors, Prevention representative, HSE manager, CHSCT (Committee for Hygiene, Safety and Working Conditions) (Advanced course), etc. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be able to identify the different legislative and regulatory obligations in terms of health and safety. - To be familiar with prevention issues, in particular with the legal aspect in the event of an accident. - To know how to implement regulations in his/her company taking into account those involved in prevention. 43 - To keep abreast of and follow-up regulations. AE-MGT-17 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Health-safety regulations 5 Duration • The various codes and other forms of obligation 2 days • The order of importance of texts 5 Cost • The French labor law and main obligations • Obligations of the company manager Upon request • The role of prevention players 5 Dates & venues • Prevention issues Consult the calendar • Solutions in terms of work accidents and occupational diseases • Practical case: gather texts applicable to his/her company 5 Liability • Civil and criminal liability • The transfer of liability • The rights and duties of internal personnel involved in prevention • The actions • Practical case based on judicial precedents 5 Application of regulations • Texts, documents, records, etc. • Mandatory reports • Regulatory watch • Pluridisciplinarity • Regulatory audit • Regulatory check by external players • Practical case: to conduct the regulatory audit of your company, measure discrepancies, propose prevention measures www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT XXX CONSTRUCTING A SYSTEM FOR MANAGING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON THE JOB (MASE UIC) AE-MGT-18 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons concerned with the implementation of a health and safety management system. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To understand and be able to implement the requirements of a health and safety management reference document. - To know how to develop prevention within a company. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 44 5 General 5 Duration AE-MGT-18 • Definitions The stakes and foundations of a health and safety management system. 2 days • The involvement of all hierarchy levels. 5 Cost 5 The main Health - Safety reference documents Upon request • Continuous improvement 5 Dates & venues • ISO 14001, BS 8800 and OHSAS 18001, DNV SIES (International Safety Assessment System) Consult the calendar • Safety management system at SEVESO (SGS) sites • Reference documents MASE, UIC DT 78, etc. • Reference document comparison points 5 Health and safety management system elements • Policy and commitment of the management • System planning • Implementation and operation • Management review 5 Planning and continuous improvement • Identification of hazards, assessment of risks and planning of measures • Responses to legal and regulatory requirements • Definition of objectives and targets • Definition of an action program 5 Implementation and operation • Organization, description of functions and responsibilities • Skills and training, raising awareness • Document management • Operational control at workstation • Responses to emergency situations 5 Management and follow-up, corrective and preventive actions • Operating indicators • Analysis of accidents and near accidents. Initiation of corrective and preventive actions • Management of records • Audits 5 Management review • Preparation, analysis of the various reports, planning and continuous improvement www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS HUNTING OUT ANOMALIES AE-GRA-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisor/ Foreman/Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers)/Operating personnel (operators/officers). 5 OBJECTIVES: - To master a practical method for detecting anomalies in the workplace. - To be capable of proposing appropriate solutions for the situations detected. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 45 5 Generalities 5 Duration AE-GRA-01 • The notions of hazards, risks, anomalies, incidents, near-miss accidents, accidents, 2 days prevention, etc. 5 Cost • The stakes involved in prevention • National accident statistics Upon request • Bird’s triangle 5 Dates & venues • Hazardous actions, hazardous situations, anomalies Consult the calendar • “Risk behavior”. 5 Legislative and regulatory aspects • General principles of prevention • French Labor Law texts relating to professional risks. 5 Methodology for hunting out anomalies • The genesis of accidents • The “cause tree” analysis tool (usual occurrences, unusual occurrences) • What can be hazardous? (hazard identification table) • What could happen to me? (the main risks) • For what reasons would it happen? • The hazard-risk-causes relationship plus examples • Identification of critical points • Determining corrective and preventive actions • Follow-up of actions. 5 Principle of a planned inspection/visit of one’s work sector • The schedule and implementation of safety inspections/visits • The Anomaly Report Sheet • The Critical Points Check-list • The Corrective and Preventive Action Sheet • The Action Follow-up Sheet. 5 Communication, a key factor in a safety strategy 5 Practical examples www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS ASSESSING RISKS USING THE JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS METHOD AE-GRA-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Intermediate management/Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisor/Foreman/Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers). 5 OBJECTIVES: - To master a practical method for identifying and assessing risks in the workplace, and then integrating them into the official Risk Assessment Document. - To propose prevention measures. 46 AE-GRA-02 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Notions of hazard, risk, damage, etc. 5 Duration 2 days 5 Legislative and regulatory aspects 5 Cost 5 Risk assessment methodology Upon request • Technical knowledge of risks • Presentations, examples and implementation of an identification method 5 Dates & venues • Importance of group work and group work techniques for the study of risks Consult the calendar • Assessment of probability and potential seriousness • Determining prevention, protection and intervention measures • Communication and motivation in the overall strategy for the detection of risks and associated situations. 5 Applications of risk analysis • Work situations • Concurrency/interference with other tasks (Prevention Plan and PPSPS - Special Safety and Health Protection Plan) • Ergonomic approach • Basis for an HSE management system or a Safety Management System (SMS) and hazard study. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS CONSTRUCTION RISK ASSESSMENT FOR EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION (INTERNATIONAL) AE-GRA-03 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Work supervisors, Construction site managers, Project managers, HSE advisors. 5 OBJECTIVES: To be capable of filling in the forms and participating in a risk analysis during construction operations: identification of hazards and accidents; assessment of risks; control of risks according to acceptability level. 47 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General information on risks and accidents 5 Duration AE-GRA-03 • Relationship between risks and accidents 2 days • Terminology 5 Cost • Typology of accidents • Overview of the different risk studies Upon request • Objectives of methods and of risk analysis in construction 5 Dates & venues 5 Means required for risk analysis Consult the calendar • Reference documents • People involved in the analysis • Supports and aids 5 Method for carrying out a RA • The essential stages of the analysis • Practice on actual cases • Use of supports and aids • Conclusions of the RA according to the acceptability criteria • Responsibilities • Know-how and inter-personal skills 5 Conclusions on RA process www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS CONSTRUCTION RISK ASSESSMENT FOR TOTAL'S CONTRACTORS AE-GRA-05 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Work supervisors, Construction site managers, Project managers, HSE advisors. 5 OBJECTIVES: To be capable of filling in the forms and participating in a risk analysis during construction operations: identification of hazards and accidents; assessment of risks; control of risks according to acceptability level. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 48 5 GENERAL INFORMATION ON RISKS AND ACCIDENTS 5 Duration AE-GRA-05 • Relationship between risks and accidents 2 days • Terminology 5 Cost • Typology of accidents • Overview of the different risk studies Upon request • Objectives of methods and of risk analysis in construction 5 Dates & venues 5 MEANS REQUIRED FOR RISK ANALYSIS Consult the calendar • Reference documents • People involved in the analysis • Supports and aids 5 METHOD FOR CARRYING OUT AN RA • The essential stages of the analysis • Practice on actual cases • Use of supports and aids • Conclusions of the RA according to the acceptability criteria • Responsibilities • Know-how and inter-personal skills 5 Conclusions on RA process www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS BOWTIE - METHOD & SOFTWARE AE-GRA-06 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Designers/ Intermediate management (Supervisors – HSE, maintenance, production and operations superintendents)/HSE engineers/ Site management personnel/ Foremen. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be able to identify Top Events/Loss of Control - To be able to make Bowtie diagrams (using the BowTieXP software) - To be familiar with Bowtie method and to use it to define the specifications (manage the prevention/mitigation measures and controls). 49 AE-GRA-06 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General presentation of BowTie method 5 Duration • Terminology: Risk, Hazard, Threat, Control, ALARP 2 days • Qualitative and quantitative risk management. 5 Cost 5 Interactive BowTieXP workshop with an actual case Upon request • Risk identification (Identify hazard, define top-event and possible causes) 5 Dates & venues • Risks evaluation • Risk reduction measures (Define proactive and reactive controls) Consult the calendar • Define Escalation Factors • Define Escalation Factor controls • Define Tasks • Define “Who – What – When” • Define verification method • Demonstration of ALARP. 5 Benefits of BowTie method • Start implementing the risk analysis in the early stages of your projects • Collaborative work of designer, maintainer and operational staff on a same vision of risk management • Saving time by organizing the design work around clear and shared plans with all partners, wherever they are • Clear view/visualization of risks and control barriers • Common management of design, operational and maintainer staff on a same vision of risk control • Work to achieve the objectives, not just regulatory compliance • Focus on critical systems • Insurance of a functional and efficient risk management (future proof) • Auditable trail. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS SAFETY ANALYSIS - THE HAZID & HAZOP METHODS AE-GRA-08 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Work managers, supervisors, safety managers and officers, process engineers, production engineers, project leaders. 5 PREREQUISITES Must know how to read and interpret TI/PID diagrams. 5 OBJECTIVES: To be familiar with and apply the HAZOP method. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 50 5 Project leaders 5 Duration AE-GRA-08 • Presentation of the different risk analysis methods (simplified preliminary draft, What if, 2 days HAZOP, FMECA, etc.) 5 Cost 5 The HAZOP method Upon request • Purpose of the method 5 Dates & venues • Strategy for using the method • Preliminary risk analysis Consult the calendar • The different stages: - Identifying possible deteriorations and deviations using key words, - Searching for the possible causes of the deterioration being studied and estimating the probability of occurrence, - Determining the consequences of the deterioration and estimating the seriousness, - Identifying the existing preventive/corrective barriers and validating suitability in relation to the risk(s), - Drawing up a table of deviations, - Opening a risk sheet, - Determining the barriers to be put in place, if necessary, in order to obtain an acceptable risk. 5 Practical case • Application of the method www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS RISK ANALYSIS - FAILURE TREE AE-GRA-09 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Work managers, supervisors, safety managers and officers, process engineers, production engineers, project leaders. 5 OBJECTIVES: To master the FMECA approach in order to be able to: - anticipate and reduce potential failures and their effects - improve the functioning of the processes - optimize design. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 51 5 Define the FMECA 5 Duration AE-GRA-09 • Definitions: 2 days - the potential failure mode 5 Cost - the relationships between causes and modes - the search for causes Upon request - the types of effects that the failures can have 5 Dates & venues • Methodology: analysis, assessment, decision Consult the calendar 5 Describing and preparing for the FMECA study: failure analysis • Template for an analysis sheet • Product causes and Process causes 5 The FMECA study 5 Make use of the FMECA study carried out • Results and decision-making • File of the FMECA study • Corrective actions • Assessment meeting • Action plan • Search for solutions • Follow-up • FMECA study summary sheet 5 Leading and managing a FMECA study • A basic introduction to leading a FMECA study • A few general rules • Aspects and tools used for creativity www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS ANALYZING ACCIDENTS USING THE CAUSE TREE / ROOT CAUSE / TRIPOD THEORY AE-GRA-10 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Expatriates and domestic staff: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisors/Foremen/Supervisory personnel (technicians/agents), Operations personnel (operators/agents). 5 OBJECTIVES: To discover the “cause tree” method and to be able to participate in an accident-analysis group. 52 AE-GRA-10 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Generalities 5 Duration • Definitions 2 days • Bird’s triangle 5 Cost • The genesis of accidents • The stakes involved in analyzing accidents Upon request • Presentation of the method. 5 Dates & venues 5 Basic principles Consult the calendar • The notion of fact • The difficulties of objectivity • The notions of fault and liability. 5 Collecting information/Investigation process • The investigation group • The difficulties of an investigation • The investigator’s approaches • The principles of an investigation. 5 Constructing the “cause tree” • The construction methods • Checking the logical coherence. 5 Formulating curative and preventive measures • Searching for potential factors in the cause of accidents • Methodology for searching for solutions. 5 Accident Report 5 Other methods of analysis 5 Experience acquired www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS ANALYSING ACCIDENTS - METHOD & INVESTIGATOR 3 SOFTWARE AE-GRA-11 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Site or establishment managers, HSE managers, all heads of department, HSE engineers and technicians, supervisory staff in production/maintenance/safety. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To become acquainted with methods of accident analysis using the causal tree and TRIPOD Beta. - To be able to use Investigator 3© software. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 53 5 Introduction 5 Duration AE-GRA-11 • Accidents: generation 2 days • Terminology: danger, risk, consequence, cause, latent failure, etc. 5 Cost • Analysis of accidents/incidents: the issues at stake Upon request 5 Introduction to the TRIPOD Beta and Causal Tree methods 5 Dates & venues 5 Using INVESTIGATOR 3 software – Practical exercise Consult the calendar • Presentation of an example of accident analysis performed using the software • Compilation of basic information (details of the accident/incident, detailed description, persons involved, etc.) • Creation of the chronological scenario of the accident/incident (storyboard) • Creation of the diagram (graphic representation) of the accident/incident in the form of a causal tree or TRIPOD tree • Definition of the recommendations to be made NB: The course may be conducted in French, English or Spanish. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS INVESTIGATING ACCIDENTS: COLLECTING FACTS, INTERVIEWS, REPORT AE-GRA-12 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Site managers, HSE Department, persons appointed to carry out enquiries within the company. 5 PREREQUISITES: Participants must have a good knowledge of one of the methods of accident analysis (causal tree, Tripod Beta, etc.) 5 OBJECTIVES: To render the participants capable of organizing and carrying out enquiries into accidents and incidents with the different parties involved. 54 AE-GRA-12 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Day 1 5 Duration • Inauguration/introductions 3 days • Case studies of incomplete or inaccurate enquiries: lecture and exercises which may 5 Cost include real cases in the company. Exercises on the inferences. • Conclusion: the main stages of the enquiry – the roles of the guarantor and the leader of Upon request the enquiry group. 5 Dates & venues • Immediate remote collection and protection of information: action sheet and person in Consult the calendar charge on site (description and exercise on a practical case) • Mobilizing the enquiry team: choice of participants, planning (description and exercise on the same case as in §3) • Organization and communication on the site of the accident: establishing a climate of confidence (filmed exercises on meetings in different scenarios) Group analysis of results. 5 Day 2 • Completion of exercise §5 • Site visit: organization of the site visit, equipment, assembling records and photos. Planning and execution. • Interviews: the benefits of the interview in collecting factual information and psychological support of witnesses (lecture). • Organization of interviews (lecture) • Filmed exercise of interviews with participants on predefined cases. • Group analysis of results. • Drawing up the report: format (lecture) 5 Day 3 • Communication with third parties and the authorities: recommendations for the management of communication with third parties and the authorities. • Determining corrective action plans: the advantage of the metaplan technique. • Exercises in moderating the metaplan session. • Conclusions – Evaluation of the session www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS GUARANTOR OF THE ACCIDENT ANALYSIS METHOD AE-GRA-13 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 OBJECTIVES: To advise the analysis team, or to manage the analysis group oneself, in order to ensure the correct application of the cause-tree analysis method and learn all possible lessons from the accident. 55 AE-GRA-13 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 The guarantor advises on, or himself manages: 5 Duration • The collection of information: rapid, efficient distribution of tasks between the members 3 days of the group, making an inventory of the information collected, etc. 5 Cost • The briefing of the analysis group and the people at the site (client and contractors) in order to facilitate the collection of information (climate of trust) Upon request • Interviews of witnesses: climate of trust, how to carry out the interview 5 Dates & venues • Advise and moderate the group: look for causes, not responsibilities; prevent the Consult the calendar information from being distorted • The writing of the detailed chronological report • The presentation of the report and its conclusions to the hierarchical superiors • The brain-storming session to come up with corrective actions. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT FRENCH REGULATORY HSE COMMITTEE CHSCT MEMBERS AE-CHST-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons who are required to participate in the CHSCT or to act as a general representative and/or staff representative within it. Use the methodology for analyzing occupational hazards and for analyzing an incident/accident. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the main regulatory requirements of French Labor Law (and other specific texts) and the missions of a CHSCT. - To know how to identify risks and analyze a work situation. COURSE CONTENTS 56 5 New codification of French Labor Law 5 Duration AE-CHST-01 5 Regulatory and legal reference framework 3 days • Organization of prevention in France 5 Cost • General principles of prevention Upon request • Definition of a workplace accident and an occupational disease 5 Dates & venues • Rules governing civil and criminal liability Consult the calendar 5 The Committee for Hygiene, Safety and Working Conditions • Composition • Missions • Functioning • Rights and duties • Roles of the staff representatives and management • The internal and external personnel involved in prevention 5 Prevention management • Analysis of safety results • The annual appraisal and the annual program of action 5 The accident phenomenon • Failure of the production system • Causal analysis and research methods • Holding a meeting, drawing up and using the minutes • Safety indicators, risk management 5 Risk analysis and prevention strategy • Analysis and processing of risks (elimination, protection, etc.) • Integration of prevention from design to production • The main lines of prevention: - technical (collective and personal protective equipment) - human (awareness-raising, training, involvement) - organisational (choice of structures, action plans) - communication and coordination of prevention 5 Basic introduction to ergonomics • Definition and spheres of activity • Analysis of the work activity • Elements for the study of workstations and work situations www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT FRENCH REGULATORY HSE COMMITTEE CHSCT MEMBERS - REFRESHER AE-CHST-01R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons who are required to participate in the CHSCT or to act as a general representative and/or staff representative within it. Use the methodology for analyzing occupational hazards and for analyzing an incident/accident. 5 PREREQUISITES: Must have already participated in the 3-day basic course (AE-CHST-01) or have carried out one or two mandates within the CHSCT. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the main regulatory requirements of French Labor Law (and other specific texts) and the missions of a CHSCT. 57 - To know how to identify risks and analyze a work situation. AE-CHST-01R COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 New codification of French Labor Law 5 Duration 5 Updating of knowledge 3 or 5 days* *5 days for companies with • Scope and conditions of the CHSCT’s actions more than 300 employees • Analysis of occupational hazards and working conditions 5 Cost 5 External contractors Upon request • The prevention plan 5 Dates & venues 5 Additional methodological information for the analysis of work situations Consult the calendar • Basic introduction to ergonomics • Physical working environments • Work equipment • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) • Chemical risks 5 Practical applications • Case studies www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT FRENCH REGULATORY HSE COMMITTEE CHSCT MEMBERS - UPPER LEVEL AE-CHST-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons who are required to participate in the CHSCT or to act as a general representative and/or staff representative within it. 5 PREREQUISITES: Use the methodology for analyzing occupational hazards and for analyzing an incident/accident. Must have already participated in the 3-day basic course (AE-CHST-01) or have carried out one or two mandates within the CHSCT. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To dialogue with other members about the progress and efficiency of missions. - To improve techniques for analyzing accidents, risks or working conditions. 58 AE-CHST-02 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 New codification of French Labor Law 5 Duration 5 Dialogue and/or subjects linked to your mission 2 days • Dialogues with other CHSCT members about the actions carried out, the progress, and 5 Cost the efficiency of their missions Upon request • Feedback on: Meetings, Minutes, Missions, Official Risk Assessment Document, 5 Dates & venues Prevention Plans, Communication, etc. Consult the calendar Possibility to address the following subjects: 5 Analysis of accidents • Main definitions and stakes involved in the analysis of accidents • The genesis of an accident • The basic principles of the “cause tree” • Gathering information • The investigation strategy • Constructing the “cause tree” • Formulating the curative and preventive measures • Choosing the prevention actions to be implemented • Application and follow-up • Exercises 5 Analysis of working conditions • The notions of hazards, risks, damage, etc. • Legislative and regulatory aspects • Risk assessment methodology (identifying, assessing and searching for prevention measures) • Ergonomic strategy and methodology • Workstation study • Working environments • Muscular load (RSI) • Sensory and mental load • Exercises www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT FRENCH REGULATORY HSE COMMITTEE CHSCT MEMBERS ON SEVESO SITES - UPPER LEVEL AE-CHST-03 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons who are required to participate in the CHSCT or to act as a general representative and/or staff representative within it in a SEVESO company. 5 PREREQUISITES: Prior participation in the 3-day basic course AE-CHST-01. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the regulatory requirements of SEVESO sites and the specific missions of the CHSCT. - To be fully conversant with the documents connected with an operation authorization request. - To be able to read a hazard study and understand a risk analysis. 59 AE-CHST-03 COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General 5 Duration • The most widely known major accidents (FEYZIN, FLIXBOROUGH, SEVESO, AZF, etc.) 2 days • Information about the “cause tree” 5 Cost 5 Definitions Upon request • Risk and major accident 5 Dates & venues • Farmer’s curve • The pillars of risk management Consult the calendar 5 Regulatory and legislative changes: the main texts and their requirements • The French Environment Code • French Law dated July 19, 1976 (relating to listed facilities for environmental protection) • French Decree dated September 21, 1977 • SEVESO Directive dated June 24, 1982 • French Law dated July 22, 1987 • SEVESO II Directive dated December 9, 1996 • French Order and Circular dated May 10, 2000 • French Law dated July 30, 2003 – Decrees-Orders-Circulars 5 Informing and obtaining the opinion of the CHSCT • Participation in the authorization procedure • Consultation about the emergency facilities • Consultation of an expert in technological risk • Alerting of the DRIRE (French regional department for industry, research and the environment) inspectors • Consultation prior to calling on sub-contractors 5 Major accident prevention policy. The Safety Management System (SMS) • The main components of the system contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT FRENCH REGULATORY HSE COMMITTEE CHSCT MEMBERS ON SEVESO SITES - UPPER LEVEL contd... 5 The hazard study: basic document • Identification of the hazards • Identification and assessment of the risks (accident scenarios) • Definition of the prevention measures • The 11 standard scenarios (BLEVE, boil-over, etc.) • PRA method, HAZOP, etc. • Practical implementation of a method 5 The Internal Operation Plan (IOP) • The alert process • The organization of first aid • The potential risks and scenarios selected • The inventory of the fire-fighting and emergency facilities • Human and material resources • Standard example of an IOP • The CLIC (Local Committee for Information and Consultation) • The PPRT (Technological Risks Prevention Plan) www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • HSE MANAGEMENT FRENCH REGULATORY HSE COMMITTEE CHAIRING THE CHSCT (INTER COMPANY ONLY) AE-CHST-04 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Company managers, site managers or any persons chairing the Committee for Hygiene, Safety and Working Conditions. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with responsibilities related to safety. - To have a good command of how the CHSCT functions. - To facilitate the incorporation of the CHSCT’s system of functioning into the company’s prevention policy. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 New codification of French Labor Law 5 Duration 61 5 Regulations and prevention 2 days • Regulatory sources 5 Cost AE-CHST-04 • People involved (internal and external) Upon request • New French Labor Law • Prevention and protection of employees 5 Dates & venues • Physical and mental health Consult the calendar 5 The CHSCT: conditions of creation and training • Organization and functioning • Staff representatives, advisory members, office of secretary, time allocation, access to documents • Training of members • Case of grave, imminent danger • Role and missions, rights and duties • Safety of personnel, checks of the application of the legislation • Risk analysis and working conditions • Post-accident investigation • Rules of procedure 5 Mandatory documents • Annual Hygiene – Safety appraisal • Official risk assessment document (French “document unique”) and assessment of occupational hazards • Regulatory watch • Mandatory training courses • Mandatory periodic inspections 5 Chairmanship of the CHSCT • Civil and criminal liability of the people involved • Gross negligence • Delegation of authority • Judicial precedents • The different offences recorded in terms of hygiene and safety • Endangerment - The offence of obstruction • The penalties incurred • The foundation of the chairmanship of the CHSCT • The chairman’s obligations • The mechanisms of an efficient meeting 5 Presentation of methodological tools for analysis • Of risks • Of accidents • Of working conditions www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 TECHNICAL RISKS “Making new arrivals aware in concrete terms of the technical risks linked to each facility and each activity.” CHEMICAL RISKS AE-CHIM-01 • Chemical risks: Operator level AE-CHIM-02 • Chemical risks: Management level AE-CHIM-03 • Training for personnel working at petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 1 AE-CHIM-03R • Training for personnel working at petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 1 - Refresher AE-CHIM-04 • Training for personnel working at petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 2 (inter company only) AE-CHIM-04R • Training for personnel working at petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 2 - Refresher AE-CHIM-05 • Assessing risks linked to chemicals www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 TECHNICAL RISKS ELECTRICIT Y AE-ELEC-01 • Electrical risks Level 1 AE-ELEC-01R • Electrical risks Level 1 - Refresher CONFINED SPACES AE-ESPC-01 • Work safety in confined spaces OIL & GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION - DRILLING - WORK-OVER AE-O&G-01 • Introduction to the risks of drilling rigs for visitors and personnel intervening on an occasional basis AE-O&G-02 • Classified zones and safety of electrical equipment on drilling sites AE-O&G-03 • Permit to work in the oil and gas exploration and production industry AE-O&G-04 • Safety at rig and workover rig workstations (Oil and Gas Production Exploration) AE-O&G-05 • Introduction to the risks of working on wells AE-O&G-06 • Well and Production Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPS) (Program upon request) AE-O&G-07 • Rig move safety (Program upon request) HYGIENE AE-HYG-01 • HACCP food hygiene and safety FIRE-FIGHTING AE-INC-01 • Fire-fighting level 1 AE-INC-02 • Fire-fighting level 2 AE-INC-03 • Evacuation team member AE-INC-04 • Introduction to the use of fire safety systems AE-INC-05 • Introduction to wearing Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) AE-INC-06 • Risks of hydrocarbons AE-INC-07 • Explosive atmospheres (ATEX) (Program upon request) LIFTING AE-LEV-01 • Safe driving of electric pallet trucks AE-LEV-02 • Safe driving of fork-lift trucks AE-LEV-02R • Safe driving of fork-lift trucks - Refresher AE-LEV-03 • Safe driving of mobile human platform lifts AE-LEV-03R • Safe driving of mobile human platform lifts - Refresher AE-LEV-04 • Safe driving of auxiliary loading cranes AE-LEV-04R • Safe driving of auxiliary loading cranes - Refresher AE-LEV-05 • Safe driving of mobile cranes AE-LEV-05R • Safe driving of mobile cranes - Refresher AE-LEV-06 • Safe driving of construction site machinery AE-LEV-06R • Safe driving of construction site machinery - Refresher AE-LEV-07 • Safe driving of bridge cranes AE-LEV-07R • Safe driving of bridge cranes - Refresher www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 TECHNICAL RISKS AE-LEV-08 • Slinging AE-LEV-09 • Forklift trucks safe driving assessor (Program upon request) AE-LEV-10 • Personnel lifting basket safe driving assessor (Program upon request) AE-LEV-11 • Crane truck safe driving assessor (Program upon request) AE-LEV-12 • Construction sites trucks safe driving assessor (Program upon request) FIRST AID AE-SST-01 • First aid level 1 AE-SST-01R • First aid level 1 - Refresher AE-SST-02 • First aid level 2 AE-SST-02R • First aid level 2 - Refresher AE-SST-03 • Use of a defibrillator WORKING AT HEIGHT AE-HAU-01 • Safety of work at height AE-HAU-02 • Working on scaffolding AE-HAU-03 • Erection and checking of scaffolding AE-HAU-04 • Rescue and evacuation at height www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS CHEMICAL RISKS CHEMICAL RISKS: OPERATOR LEVEL AE-CHIM-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons who are destined to use, handle or be in contact with chemical and hazardous materials: Operating personnel (operators/officers). 5 OBJECTIVES: To know how to methodically identify and control the risks linked to using, handling or being in contact with chemicals and hazardous materials. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General information 5 Duration • The regulatory reference documents and the strategy of prevention 1 day • Definitions and terminology 5 Cost • Chemical risks and their consequences • The different types of products Upon request • The effects on the organism 5 Dates & venues • The prevention measures Consult the calendar 65 • Storage, decanting and elimination • How to behave in the event of an accident. AE-CHIM-01 5 Teaching methods • Case studies • Presentations • Group discussion • Video projector. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS CHEMICAL RISKS CHEMICAL RISKS: MANAGEMENT LEVEL AE-CHIM-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Personnel chargé d’effectuer ou de diriger des travaux, des interventions sur des postes exposant aux risques chimiques : Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 OBJECTIVES: To raise the management personnel's awareness of the chemical risks at the workstations and encourage them to prepare procedures for workstations at which operator personnel use and are exposed to the company’s chemicals. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General information 5 Duration • Raising awareness of chemical risks 2 days • Prevention of chemical risks 5 Cost • Identification of chemical risks • Prevention measures Upon request • The handling, decanting, storage and elimination of hazardous substances or 5 Dates & venues preparations Consult the calendar 66 • Transportation of hazardous materials • Management of chemicals in the workplace AE-CHIM-02 • Risk assessment and prevention measures • Analysis of “typical” accidents. 5 Teaching methods • Case studies • Presentations • Group discussion • Video projector. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS CHEMICAL RISKS TRAINING FOR PERSONNEL WORKING AT PETROCHEMICAL AND CHEMICAL SITES - UIC LEVEL 1 AE-CHIM-03 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons from external contractors who intervene on chemical or petrochemical sites 5 OBJECTIVES: - To measure the consequences of a workplace accident or occupational disease, - To identify each individual’s roles and responsibilities in terms of safety, - To identify the main risks generated by the operating company and the other external contractors present, and the prevention measures to be implemented, - To understand the importance of preparing work, - To be familiar with and apply the recommendations of a Prevention Plan and Work Authorizations, - To apply protective measures in the event of a malfunction, incident or accident. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Introduction / Objectives 5 Duration 5 Risks 1 day • Risks linked to concurrent activities 5 Cost 67 • Generic risks Upon request 5 Organizing prevention during interventions 5 Dates & venues AE-CHIM-03 • Prevention Plan Consult the calendar • Work Authorizations • Instructions and operating procedures 5Reaction / How to behave in a deteriorated work situation 5 Assessment of knowledge www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS CHEMICAL RISKS TRAINING FOR PERSONNEL WORKING AT PETROCHEMICAL AND CHEMICAL SITES - UIC LEVEL 1 - REFRESHER AE-CHIM-03R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons from external contractors who intervene on chemical or petrochemical sites and who have followed an initial Level 1 course within the last 3 years 5 OBJECTIVES: - To identify the dangers linked to one’s work situation - To adapt one’s behavior in the face of the risks - To strictly apply the recommended preventive measures - To become aware of one’s role and responsibilities. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Introduction 5 Duration • Reminder of the work context 1 day • Figures and statistics 5 Cost 5 Assessing the knowledge acquired during the initial Level 1 course Upon request 68 5 The dangers linked to one’s work situation 5 Dates & venues AE-CHIM-03R • Identifying the work Consult the calendar • Nature of the dangers and risks • Means of prevention • Means of raising the alert 5 Adapting one’s behavior to the risks linked to one’s work situation • Positive behavior in the face of risk • Risk behavior 5 Strictly applying the preventive measures • Safety rules • Work Authorizations • Application of and compliance with the instructions • Boundary between a “normal situation” and a “deteriorated situation” 5 Roles and responsibilities at Level 1 • The 4 components of responsibility 5 Assessment of knowledge www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS CHEMICAL RISKS TRAINING FOR PERSONNEL WORKING AT PETROCHEMICAL AND CHEMICAL SITES - UIC LEVEL 2 (INTER COMPANY ONLY) AE-CHIM-04 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons from external contractors who intervene on chemical or petrochemical sites 5 OBJECTIVES: - To inform the management personnel and make them aware of their responsibilities - To address the regulatory framework - To develop the roles of the external and internal personnel involved in safety - To make personnel aware of the necessity for being familiar with and enforcing the prevention procedures - To instill the spirit of partnership and the fundamentals of the safety culture COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Initial test of knowledge 5 Duration 5 Introduction / Objectives 2 days 5 Cost 5 Roles and missions at Level 2 Upon request • Identifying one’s contacts 69 • Being familiar with the safety instructions 5 Dates & venues • Preparing and organizing the work Consult the calendar AE-CHIM-04 5 Risks linked to concurrent activities • Risks linked to concurrent activities • Generic risks 5 Organizing prevention during interventions • Prevention Plan • Work Authorizations • Instructions and operating procedures 5 Case study 5 Reaction / How to behave in a deteriorated work situation 5 Assessment of knowledge www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS CHEMICAL RISKS TRAINING FOR PERSONNEL WORKING AT PETROCHEMICAL AND CHEMICAL SITES - UIC LEVEL 2 - REFRESHER AE-CHIM-04R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons from external contractors who intervene on chemical or petrochemical sites and who have followed an initial Level 2 course within the last 3 years 5 OBJECTIVES: - To identify the dangers linked to one’s work situation - To adapt one’s behavior in the face of the risks - To strictly apply the recommended preventive measures - To become aware of one’s role and responsibilities. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Introduction 5 Duration • Reminder of the work context 2 days • Figures and statistics 5 Cost 5 Assessing the knowledge acquired during the initial Level 2 course Upon request • The dangers linked to one’s work situation 5 Dates & venues 70 • Identifying the work AE-CHIM-04R • Nature of the dangers and risks Consult the calendar • Means of prevention • Means of raising the alert 5 Adapting one’s behavior to the risks linked to one’s work situation • Positive behavior in the face of risk • Risk behavior 5 Strictly applying the preventive measures • Safety rules • Work Authorizations • Application of and compliance with the instructions • Boundary between a “normal situation” and a “deteriorated situation” 5 Roles and responsibilities at Level 2 • The 4 components of responsibility 5 Assessment of knowledge www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS CHEMICAL RISKS ASSESSING RISKS LINKED TO CHEMICALS AE-CHIM-05 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Work managers, supervisors, safety managers and officers, operations or maintenance personnel, members of the CHSCTs (Hygiene and Working Conditions Monitoring Committees), all persons concerned by the analysis of professional risks and in particular risks associated with chemical agents. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To master a practical method for identifying and assessing risks associated with chemical agents present at workstations. - To propose prevention measures. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General 5 Duration • Hazard definitions: risk, chemical agent 2 days • Exposure to chemical agents 5 Cost • Notion of industrial toxicology • National occupational disease and accident statistics. Upon request 5 Legislative and regulatory aspects 5 Dates & venues • The French Labor Laws and the general principles of prevention (art. L230) Consult the calendar 71 • The Decree of November 5, 2001, concerning the creation of a risk assessment AE-CHIM-05 document • The Decree of December 23, 2003, concerning the prevention of chemical risks and the application of professional risk assessment: key points of the text 5 Risk assessment methodology • Knowledge of chemical agents and hazardous chemical agents used in the workplace and associated risks • Risk phrases • Physicochemical properties • Examples of application of risk identification and assessment in 5 stages • Accident scenarios and exposure conditions • Assessment table • Determining prevention, protection and intervention measures • Communication and motivation within the global approach to risk detection. The partnering role of the occupational doctor within the approach 5 Drawing up of a job sheet and an exposure to hazardous chemical agents sheet 5 Teaching methods • Presentations • Case studies • Study of documents • Analysis of work situation • Audiovisual editing • Group work www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS ELECTRICIT Y ELECTRICAL RISKS LEVEL 1 AE-ELEC-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Hygiene and safety officers/Management (managers, heads of department, etc.), Site HSE Managers (RSESs), Intermediate management /Operations personnel/ Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisors/Foremen/Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers)/Operating personnel (operators/officers). 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be capable of working in an electrical environment in complete safety. - To apply instructions in order to prevent any contact with electricity. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Basic introduction to electricity 5 Duration 1 day 5 Raising awareness of electrical risks 5 Cost 5 Prevention of electrical risks Upon request 72 5 Regulatory definitions 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar AE-ELEC-01 5 Operations in the environment 5 Portable hand-held electric power tools www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS ELECTRICIT Y ELECTRICAL RISKS LEVEL 1 - REFRESHER AE-ELEC-01R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Hygiene and safety officers/Management (managers, heads of department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisors/Foremen/Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers)/Operating personnel (operators/officers). 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be capable of working in an electrical environment in complete safety. - To apply instructions in order to prevent any contact with electricity. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Basic introduction to electricity 5 Duration 1 day 5 Raising awareness of electrical risks 5 Cost 5 Prevention of electrical risks Upon request 73 5 Regulatory definitions 5 Dates & venues AE-ELEC-01R 5 Operations in the environment Consult the calendar 5 Portable hand-held electric power tools www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS CONFINED SPACES WORK SAFETY IN CONFINED SPACES AE-ESPC-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to operate in confined spaces as part of their mission. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To raise the personnel’s awareness of the hazards related to operations in confined spaces. - To react in accordance with safety rules and procedures. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Introduction 5 Duration • Definition of a confined space 1 day • General definitions 5 Cost • Specific regulations Upon request 5 Associated risks 5 Dates & venues • Specific risks (asphyxiation, poisoning, explosion, etc.) • Dangerous gases Consult the calendar • Other risks 74 5 Prevention AE-ESPC-01 • Preparation for operations • Risk analysis • Risk reduction measures 5 Operating in a confined space • Air analysis and protective equipment • Working environment • Rules for working in confined spaces • Actions to be carried out before the operation • Actions to be carried out during the operation 5 Rescue • Organization and material resources 5 Practical Exercises wearing Respiratory Equipment (optional) 5 On-the-spot assessment by means of multiple-choice questionnaire 5 Prerequisites • To ensure the effectiveness of this training action, we need to know the brands and types of detection and evacuation equipment, and the site rules www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS OIL & GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION - DRILLING - WORK-OVER INTRODUCTION TO THE RISKS OF DRILLING RIGS FOR VISITORS AND PERSONNEL INTERVENING ON AN OCCASIONAL BASIS AE-O&G-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Personnel from well service companies required to intervene at onshore and offshore drilling sites, visitors. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the general risks associated with oil and gas rigs. - To be familiar with the general safety rules applicable to occasional maintenance work. - To be familiar with the main rules in an emergency situation. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Technical content 5 Duration • The various types of rig 1 day • The component parts and their functions 5 Cost The risks Upon request • Hydrocarbon and toxic gas risks; zoned areas 5 Dates & venues • Risks associated with different areas: platform, landing stage, substructure, pumps and 75 mud pits, HP systems, energy production, various workshops, stores, other offshore Consult the calendar AE-O&G-01 plant areas • Signs used • Risks associated with different activities - case of Simops General rules to be observed • Control of access points • Permitted and prohibited equipment • Medical supervision on site • Work permit: request, follow-up, closure • Hygiene and health rules on site • The main rules in an emergency situation Methods • Presentations and practical exercises (work permit) • Intra-company, on or off site www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS OIL & GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION - DRILLING - WORK-OVER CLASSIFIED ZONES AND SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ON DRILLING SITES AE-O&G-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Drilling company personnel, onshore and offshore: drilling and maintenance personnel, HSE personnel. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the rules applicable to zoned areas of rigs and workover rigs. - To be able to check the compliance of electrical equipment in zoned areas. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Technical content: 5 Duration • Hydrocarbon risks 1 day • ATEX zones: definition, principles 5 Cost • Zoning • The various types of equipment used in zoned areas Upon request 5 Rules to be observed 5 Dates & venues • Permitted and prohibited equipment Consult the calendar 76 • Protective equipment commonly used on drilling sites • Mobile and portable equipment AE-O&G-02 • On-site checks 5 Methods • Presentations and practical exercises • Intra-company, on or off site www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS OIL & GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION - DRILLING - WORK-OVER PERMIT TO WORK IN THE OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION INDUSTRY AE-O&G-03 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Operator personnel, drilling companies, service companies, onshore and offshore, HSE personnel. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the risks and principles of systems used to manage interventions at E/P sites. - To be able to implement a work permit system. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Technical content 5 Duration • Hydrocarbon risks, ATEX zones 1 day • Deteriorated situations 5 Cost • Risks associated with different interventions • Simops Upon request 5 Work permit principles 5 Dates & venues 77 • Responsibilities of the operator and external companies Consult the calendar AE-O&G-03 • Different permit management roles • Different types of permit • Work permit initiation, follow-up, completion procedure • Inspections before and during work • Pre-job meeting • How to act in the event of an emergency or an alarm 5 Methods • Presentations and practical exercises: liabilities, permits • Intra-company, on or off site www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS OIL & GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION - DRILLING - WORK-OVER SAFETY AT RIG AND WORKOVER RIG WORKSTATIONS (OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION EXPLORATION) AE-O&G-04 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Drilling company personnel, service company personnel, onshore and offshore, HSE personnel. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the risks associated with rig and workover rig workstations. - To be familiar with and be able to apply safety rules. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Introduction 5 Duration • The various types of rig 5 days • The component parts and their functions 5 Cost • Accident statistics concerning rigs and workover rigs Upon request 5 General rules to be observed 5 Dates & venues • Control of access points • Permitted and prohibited equipment Consult the calendar • Medical supervision on site 78 • Hygiene and health rules on site • The main rules in an emergency situation AE-O&G-04 5 Risks and specific precautions • Hydrocarbon and toxic gas risks; zoned areas • The basic principles of well safety • Risks and precautions concerning different areas: platform, landing stage, substructure, pumps and mud pits, HP systems, energy production, various workshops, stores, other offshore plant areas • Risks associated with different activities - case of Simops 5 Work permit • Responsibilities of the operator and external companies • Different permit management roles • Different types of permit • Work permit initiation, follow-up, completion procedure • The assessment of risks • Inspections before and during work • Pre-job meeting • How to act in the event of an emergency or an alarm 5 Inspections 5 Emergency situations 5 Methods • Presentations and practical exercises: liabilities, permits • Intra-company, on site (mandatory) www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS OIL & GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION - DRILLING - WORK-OVER INTRODUCTION TO THE RISKS OF WORKING ON WELLS AE-O&G-05 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: HSE staff or operating personnel of companies called upon to act in servicing and workover operations. Participants must have a general knowledge of these activities and of HSE. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To become acquainted with the operations and the principal items of equipment. - To become acquainted with the risks of the various operations and control measures. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General information 5 Duration 5 Introduction 5 days • General remarks on well safety and hydrocarbon risks; classified zones. 5 Cost • Accidentology. Upon request • Contracts and Responsibilities. 5 Dates & venues 5 Completion Consult the calendar 79 • Casing – well heads • The different types of completion AE-O&G-05 • Equipment: packer, WRSV, SSD, SPM, etc. 5 The risks common to different activities in well services and their means of control • Risks associated with lifting – falls – transport – high-pressure equipment – heat engines – electricity – chemical products – explosives – radioactive substances. • Risk analysis – work permit. 5 Operations, equipment and specific risks • Slickline • Perforations • Production tests • Coiled tubing, snubbing • Pumping – fracturation 5 The workover rig • Onshore and offshore rigs • Organization, responsibilities - work permits • Risks by location: floor, coupling, substructure, pumps and sludge tanks, HP circuits, energy production, various workshops, storage units, other premises and offshore units. • Simops. • General rules and emergency rules. 5 Methods • Lectures and practical exercises (work permit) • Internal, on site or not. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS HYGIENE HACCP FOOD HYGIENE AND SAFETY AE-HYG-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All camp/kitchen management personnel and catering/procurement service personnel. 5 OBJECTIVES: To make the persons concerned capable of inspecting, improving and communicating information on food hygiene and safety. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Presentation of the risks linked to food (1 hr) 5 Duration • Definition and origin of food hygiene 1 day • Microbes and bacteria. Growth method 5 Cost • Definition and presentation of pathogenic germs • Origin of food contamination Upon request • Limitation of the development of microorganisms 5 Dates & venues • Behavior to adopt when handling food: basic hygiene rules. Consult the calendar 5 Module 2 - HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) method (2 hrs) • Origin, definition, objectives. Notion of hazard and risk 80 • The HACCP concept according to a Quality system approach • The 7 principles and 12 steps AE-HYG-01 • Hazard analysis (physical, biological and chemical). Criticality table • Creation of a HACCP manual with directly applicable measures and procedures. 5 Module 3 - Inspection: (4 hrs) • Mastering of critical control points. The cold chain and consequences of a breakage • Training of personnel, workstation sheet, cleaning protocol, disinfection protocol, inspection sheets, self-inspections, anomaly sheets (corrective and preventive actions), etc. • Practical exercise concerning good hygiene and inspection practices. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRE-FIGHTING FIRE-FIGHTING LEVEL 1 AE-INC-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Hygiene and safety officers/Management (managers, heads of department, etc.)/ Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/Operations personnel/ Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisors/Foremen/Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers)/Operating personnel (operators/officers). 5 OBJECTIVES: To be capable of preventing and extinguishing a fire in complete safety. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Combustion 5 Duration • The fire triangle 1 day • Propagation 5 Cost • The dangers of smoke Upon request 5 Classes of fire 5 Dates & venues • The different classes of fire Consult the calendar 5 Extinguishing agents 81 • The different extinguishing agents • Effectiveness AE-XXX-00 5 Fire-fighting equipment • Extinguishers • Fire hose reel 5 Practical exercises • How to behave in a smoke-filled environment • Extinguishing several different seats of fire www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRE-FIGHTING FIRE-FIGHTING LEVEL 2 AE-INC-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Hygiene and safety officers/Management (managers, heads of department, etc.)/ Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/Operations personnel/ Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisors/Foremen/Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers)/Operating personnel (operators/officers). 5 OBJECTIVES: To be capable of: - Organizing fire safety within the company and putting in place prevention measures; - Knowing the resources available at the site and the method for their rapid and effective implementation; - Organizing fire-fighting activities; - Intervening rapidly and effectively if a fire breaks out. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 The basic mechanisms of combustion 5 Duration 82 • The combustion of gases, liquids and solids 2 days • The effects of combustion AE-XXX-00 5 Cost • The classification of fires • The modes of propagation Upon request • The specific case of explosions 5 Dates & venues • Detection (types of sensors and operating principles) Consult the calendar 5 The methods and mechanisms of extinguishing • The extinguishing agents and their modes of operation • The means of extinguishing and their characteristics • The organization of fire safety (alarm, alert, evacuation, intervention) 5 Instructions and procedures www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRE-FIGHTING EVACUATION TEAM MEMBER AE-INC-03 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Hygiene and safety officers/Management (managers, heads of department, etc.)/ Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/Operations personnel/ Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisors/Foremen/Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers)/Operating personnel (operators/officers). 5 OBJECTIVES: To be capable of organizing and managing an evacuation of the company in complete safety. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Legislation and regulations 5 Duration 5 Risks in the company 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Instructions Upon request 5 Roles of the evacuation team members 5 Dates & venues 5 Assembly of personnel Consult the calendar 83 5 Familiarization with the evacuation routes AE-XXX-00 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRE-FIGHTING INTRODUCTION TO THE USE OF FIRE SAFETY SYSTEMS AE-XXX-00 AE-INC-04 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Hygiene and safety officers, management (managers, heads of department, etc.), Site HSE Managers (RSESs),Intermediate management/operations personnel/ Design Department/HSE engineers / production-maintenance-safety superintendents, site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisors/foremen, supervisory personnel (technicians/officers), operating personnel (operators/officers). 5 OBJECTIVES: To be capable of interpreting the signals and using the automatic fire detection system. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 The detection system 5 Duration 5 Equipment 1 day 5 Cost 5 Control equipment Upon request 5 General information on the functions 5 Dates & venues 5 The different alarms Consult the calendar 84 5 Practical exercises using the system AE-XXX-00 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRE-FIGHTING INTRODUCTION TO WEARING SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA) AE-INC-05 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Back-up response team members, company firefighters, etc. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To familiarize the designated personnel with wearing the SCBA. - To know how to carry out an intervention in a toxic atmosphere. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1: Familiarization with breathing apparatus 5 Duration • Types of equipment used to protect breathing and their technical characteristics 1 day • Usage and maintenance rules 5 Cost • Non-breathable and explosive atmospheres • Reminder of physiological aspects: the physiology of ventilation and respiration Upon request • The body’s cardio-respiratory adaptation in response to effort 5 Dates & venues • Physiological constraints linked to wearing the SCBA. Consult the calendar 5 Module 2: Practical session • Presentation of the constraints linked to wearing breathing apparatus • Exercises specific to getting users used to wearing breathing apparatus over an open-air 85 course • Practical exercises that put personnel in difficult conditions (reduced visibility, heat, AE-XXX-00 obstacles, noise). www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRE-FIGHTING RISKS OF HYDROCARBONS AE-INC-06 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons working at hydrocarbon storage or production sites. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the risks associated with hydrocarbons in the industry in general, and more specifically in the field of Oil and Gas Production Exploration. - To be able to fill in the hot working permit. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Technical Content 5 Duration 5 Risks 1 day • Classification of gases and vapors 5 Cost • Flash point, explosive limits, spontaneous combustion temperature, etc. Upon request • Ignition sources: flames, hot spots, sparks, static electricity, electromagnetic waves; 5 Dates & venues • Ignition mechanisms: flash, deflagration, detonation 86 • UVCE, BLEVE: effects of pressure and temperatures Consult the calendar • Classified zones AE-INC-06 5 Precautions • Monitoring explosibility • Electrical equipment that may be used in classified zones • Heat engines • Inerting • Checking the equipment • On-the-spot work permit 5 Methods • Lectures and practical exercises • Internal, on site or not www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRE-FIGHTING EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES (ATEX) AE-INC-07 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All people who work in or who are required to intervene in explosive atmosphere zones. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be familiar with the risks of explosion risk atmospheres. - To be able to define ATEX zones. - To be familiar with possible ignition sources and inspection means. - To be familiar with the different types of electrical equipment used and be able to check its certification. - To be able to check the explosibility of the atmosphere using an explosimeter. - To be able to implement the work permit system in ATEX zones. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Part 1: General 5 Duration 1. Introduction 2 days • A. What is an explosion? 5 Cost • B. Accidentology linked to explosive atmospheres: several examples Upon request • C. Regulations governing the ATEX 87 2. Characteristics of explosive mixtures 5 Dates & venues • A. Terminology Consult the calendar AE-INC-07 • B. Classification of flammable gases and vapors - Labor Law - Regulations governing installations classified for environment protection - Rules governing the management and use of hydrocarbon deposits - Transport regulations - road, rail, sea and air • B. Flammability and explosibility of mixtures • C. Effects of explosions - overpressure 5 Part 2: Assessment of explosion risks 1. Obligations and responsibilities of the company manager 2. Zoning of hazardous zones 3. Monitoring of the explosibility of an atmosphere - explosimeter 5 Part 3: Prevention of explosion risks 1. Action on flammable gases and vapors 2. Removal of flammable sources 3. Devices used in ATEX zones 4. Limitation of the effects of explosions 5 Course exam NB: Training may be given in French, English or Spanish. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF ELECTRIC PALLET TRUCKS AE-LEV-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use a pallet truck. 5 OBJECTIVES: To be able to use an electric pallet truck in compliance with operating and safety rules. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration 5 Analysis of risks related to the use of pallet trucks 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Texts relating to the operation of pallet trucks Upon request 5 Pallet truck technology 5 Dates & venues 5 Checking of pallet trucks Consult the calendar 5 Pallet truck capacity plates 88 5 Operating and safety rules relating to pallet trucks AE-LEV-01 5 Operating training 5 Assessment www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF FORK-LIFT TRUCKS AE-LEV-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use a self-propelled industrial truck. 5 OBJECTIVES: To be able to perform loading and unloading operations safely. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration 5 Texts relating to the operation of self-propelled trucks 2 days 5 Cost 5 Self-propelled truck technology Upon request 5 Capacity plates 5 Dates & venues • Operating methods: suitability of truck, checks at start of shift, operating empty/loaded Consult the calendar truck, different surfaces, lifting and setting down loads off/on ground, stacking and unstacking, storage/removal from storage at all levels of a pallet rack, unloading of a 89 lorry, lifting, transportation and setting down of a long load, level 1 maintenance, check at end of shift. AE-LEV-02 5 Assessment www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF FORK-LIFT TRUCKS - REFRESHER AE-LEV-02R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use a self-propelled industrial truck. 5 OBJECTIVES: To be able to perform loading and unloading operations safely. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration 5 Texts relating to the operation of self-propelled trucks 1 day 5 Cost 5 Self-propelled truck technology Upon request 5 Capacity plates 5 Dates & venues 5 Operating methods Consult the calendar • Suitability of truck, checks at start of shift, operating empty/loaded truck, different 90 surfaces, lifting and setting down loads off/on ground, stacking and unstacking, storage/removal from storage at all levels of a pallet rack, unloading of a lorry, lifting, AE-LEV-02R transportation and setting down of a long load, level 1 maintenance, check at end of shift. 5 Assessment www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF MOBILE HUMAN PLATFORM LIFTS AE-LEV-03 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use mobile human platform lifts. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know and master the operating and safety rules relating to human lifts. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration 5 Texts relating to mobile human platform lifts 2 days 5 Cost 5 Mobile human platform lift technology Upon request 5 Operating and safety rules relating to mobile human platform lifts 5 Dates & venues 5 Signs and markings on construction sites Consult the calendar 5 Operating training 91 5 Assessment AE-LEV-03 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF MOBILE HUMAN PLATFORM LIFTS - REFRESHER AE-LEV-03R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use mobile human platform lifts. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know and master the operating and safety rules relating to human lifts. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration 5 Texts relating to mobile human platform lifts 1 day 5 Cost 5 Mobile human platform lift technology Upon request 5 Operating and safety rules relating to mobile human platform lifts 5 Dates & venues 5 Signs and markings on construction sites Consult the calendar 5 Operating training 92 5 Assessment AE-LEV-03R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF AUXILIARY LOADING CRANES AE-LEV-04 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use an auxiliary loading crane. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know and master the operating and safety rules relating to auxiliary cranes. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration 5 Texts relating to auxiliary cranes 2 days 5 Cost 5 Auxiliary crane technologies Upon request 5 Operating and safety rules relating to auxiliary cranes 5 Dates & venues 5 Signs and markings on construction sites Consult the calendar 5 Operating training 93 5 Assessment AE-LEV-04 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF AUXILIARY LOADING CRANES - REFRESHER AE-LEV-04R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use an auxiliary loading crane. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know and master the operating and safety rules relating to auxiliary cranes. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration 5 Texts relating to auxiliary cranes 1 day 5 Cost 5 Auxiliary crane technologies Upon request 5 Operating and safety rules relating to auxiliary cranes 5 Dates & venues 5 Signs and markings on construction sites Consult the calendar 5 Operating training 94 5 Assessment AE-LEV-04R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF MOBILE CRANES AE-LEV-05 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use a mobile crane. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know and master the operating and safety rules relating to mobile cranes. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration 5 Texts relating to mobile cranes 2 days 5 Cost 5 Mobile crane technologies Upon request 5 Mobile crane load chart: stability and resistance 5 Dates & venues 5 Operating and safety rules relating to mobile cranes Consult the calendar 5 Signs and markings on construction sites 95 5 Operating training AE-LEV-05 5 Assessment www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF MOBILE CRANES - REFRESHER AE-LEV-05R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use a mobile crane. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know and master the operating and safety rules relating to mobile cranes. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration 5 Texts relating to mobile cranes 1 day 5 Cost 5 Mobile crane technologies Upon request 5 Mobile crane load chart: stability and resistance 5 Dates & venues 5 Operating and safety rules relating to mobile cranes Consult the calendar 96 5 Signs and markings on construction sites 5 Operating training AE-LEV-05R 5 Assessment www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF CONSTRUCTION SITE MACHINERY AE-LEV-06 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use construction site machinery. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know and master the operating and safety rules relating to construction site machinery. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration • Analysis of risks related to the use of construction site machinery 2 days • Texts relating to construction site machinery 5 Cost • Construction site machinery technologies • Implementing machinery Upon request 5 Safety rules related to: the operation and servicing of machinery, 5 Dates & venues the construction site environment Consult the calendar • Safety rules during shut-downs and at the end of a shift 97 5 Transfer of construction site machinery by road AE-LEV-06 5 Operating training 5 Assessment www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF CONSTRUCTION SITE MACHINERY - REFRESHER AE-LEV-06R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use construction site machinery. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know and master the operating and safety rules relating to construction site machinery. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration • Analysis of risks related to the use of construction site machinery 1 day • Texts relating to construction site machinery 5 Cost • Construction site machinery technologies • Implementing machinery Upon request 5 Safety rules related to: the operation and servicing of machinery, 5 Dates & venues the construction site environment Consult the calendar • Safety rules during shut-downs and at the end of a shift 98 5 Transfer of construction site machinery by road AE-LEV-06R 5 Operating training 5 Assessment www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF BRIDGE CRANES AE-LEV-07 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use a bridge crane. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know and master the operating and safety rules relating to bridge cranes. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration 5 Textes relating to bridge cranes, gantry cranes 2 days 5 Cost 5 Presentation of hoists, jib cranes, bridge cranes, gantry cranes Upon request 5 Basic physics and units used in lifting 5 Dates & venues 5 Operating and safety rules relating to bridge cranes Consult the calendar 5 Operating training 99 AE-LEV-07 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SAFE DRIVING OF BRIDGE CRANES - REFRESHER AE-LEV-07R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use a bridge crane. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know and master the operating and safety rules relating to bridge cranes. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety: workplace accident, responsibility, prevention 5 Duration 5 Textes relating to bridge cranes, gantry cranes 1 day 5 Cost 5 Presentation of hoists, jib cranes, bridge cranes, gantry cranes Upon request 5 Basic physics and units used in lifting 5 Dates & venues 5 Operating and safety rules relating to bridge cranes Consult the calendar 5 Operating training 100 AE-LEV-07R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS LIFTING SLINGING AE-LEV-08 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons required to use slings. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know and master the operating and safety rules relating to bridge cranes. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Safety 5 Duration 2 days 5 Basic physics and units used in lifting • Basic knowledge of statics 5 Cost • Sling techniques Upon request • Lifting devices 5 Dates & venues • Spreaders • Special accessories Consult the calendar • Turning over of loads • Specific fastenings (knots) 101 AE-LEV-08 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRST AID FIRST AID LEVEL 1 AE-SST-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons who would like to make themselves useful in the event of an accident in the workplace: Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisors/Foremen/Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers). Member of staff who must have received the training necessary to give first aid in an emergency. 5 OBJECTIVES: To know how to give first aid in an emergency. The training is validated by continuous assessment of knowledge by the instructor throughout the course. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Workplace first aid 5 Duration • What is a workplace first-aid representative? 2 days • The emergency contingency plan “How to behave in the event of an accident”: protect, 5 Cost examine, raise the alert, provide help. Upon request 5 Look for continuing risks to provide protection 102 5 Dates & venues • Is there a continuing risk of crushing, fire, explosion, electrification, suffocation? Consult the calendar AE-SST-01 • Try to eliminate the risk, isolate the victim from the risk or move the victim away from the risk without exposing yourself to danger. 5 Rapidly examine the victim and raise the alert Is the victim... • Bleeding heavily? • Suffocating? • Answering questions? • Breathing? 5 Raise the alert • Organization of first aid/emergency services in the company • Organization of the public emergency services • Public alarms/sirens • Issuing and spreading an alert message. 5 Provide help Appropriate action to take if: • The victim is bleeding heavily • The victim does not answer you, but is breathing • The victim does not answer you and is not breathing • The victim is suffering from burns • The victim is talking, but cannot make certain movements • The victim is suffering from specific wounds • The victim is complaining. 5 Information on the risks that exist within the company • Basic information on the official Risk Assessment Document • The workplace first-aid representative, a preventer www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRST AID FIRST AID LEVEL 1 - REFRESHER AE-SST-01R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/Operations personnel/ Design Department/HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisor/Foreman/Supervisory personnel (technicians/officers). All persons who are already workplace first-aid representatives. 5 OBJECTIVES: To recover or improve the capacity to give first aid in an emergency. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Revision of the general principles of first aid 5 Duration 5 Look for continuing risks to provide protection 1 day 5 Cost 5 Examine the victim and raise the alert Upon request 5 Provide help 5 Dates & venues 103 5 Situations inherent to specific risks Consult the calendar AE-SST-01R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRST AID FIRST AID LEVEL 2 AE-SST-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons who occupy the function of a workplace first-aid representative. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To practice the appropriate actions using equipment in order to maintain and/or improve a victim’s condition before the arrival of the emergency services. - To know how to pass on an alert (observe and pass on the correct information). COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Greeting - Presentation 5 Duration 5 The team of first-aid representatives 5 days 5 Cost 5 The assessment Upon request 5 Constraints of handling operations/Emergency extractions 5 Dates & venues 5 Lifting operations Consult the calendar 5 Use of stretchers 104 5 Hemorrhages, cuts and burns AE-SST-02 5 Ensuring a clear airway 5 Artificial ventilation with equipment 5 Oxygen therapy – Heart massage – semi-automatic defibrillators 5 Immobilizations www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRST AID FIRST AID LEVEL 2 - REFRESHER AE-SST-02R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons who occupy the function of a workplace first-aid representative. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To practice the appropriate actions using equipment in order to maintain and/or improve a victim’s condition before the arrival of the emergency services. - To know how to pass on an alert (observe and pass on the correct information). COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Greeting - Presentation 5 Duration 5 The team of first-aid representatives 2 days 5 Cost 5 The assessment Upon request 5 Constraints of handling operations/Emergency extractions 5 Dates & venues 5 Lifting operations Consult the calendar 5 Use of stretchers 105 5 Hemorrhages, cuts and burns AE-SST-02R 5 Ensuring a clear airway 5 Artificial ventilation with equipment 5 Oxygen therapy – Heart massage – semi-automatic defibrillators 5 Immobilizations www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS FIRST AID USE OF A DEFIBRILLATOR AE-SST-03 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons whose workstation is equipped with a defibrillator. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To improve one’s knowledge in order to give first aid to a person who is suffering from cardiac arrest - To integrate the use of a defibrillator into the “chain of survival”. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 1. Cardiac arrest 5 Duration • Early defibrillation, its importance in the “chain of survival” 1 day 5 2. Defibrillation 5 Cost • Definition and operating principle Upon request • Dangers and precautions for personnel and victims 5 Dates & venues 106 5 3. The semi-automatic defibrillator Consult the calendar • Presentation and description of the device AE-SST-03 • Servicing and maintenance, power supply • Conditions of use 5 Use of the device, procedures and practical exercises www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY OF WORK AT HEIGHT AE-HAU-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Work managers, supervisors, safety managers and officers, operations or maintenance personnel, members of the CHSCTs (Hygiene and Working Conditions Monitoring Committees) and all persons concerned by the prevention of professional risks. 5 OBJECTIVES: To be familiar with the risks linked with work at height and to use the appropriate protection equipment. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Analysis of the risks linked with work at height 5 Duration 1 day 5 Individual Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) The different parameters to be taken into account when making one’s choice 5 Cost • Harnesses Upon request • Safety straps 5 Dates & venues • Connectors • Checking the equipment Consult the calendar 107 5 Practical exercises AE-HAU-01 • Using and wearing the equipment • Checking the equipment www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS WORKING AT HEIGHT WORKING ON SCAFFOLDING AE-HAU-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Work managers, supervisors, safety managers and officers, operations or maintenance personnel, members of the CHSCTs (Hygiene and Working Conditions Monitoring Committees) and all persons concerned by the prevention of professional risks. 5 OBJECTIVES: To be familiar with and apply the rules necessary to safely access, move about on and work on scaffolding. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Analysis of the risks linked with work at height 5 Duration 1 day 5 Protection against falls • Individual Protection Equipment 5 Cost • Collective Protection Equipment Upon request • Checking the equipment 5 Dates & venues 5 Types of scaffolding and terminology Consult the calendar 108 5 Safe access and movement AE-HAU-02 • Compliance with load limits • Keeping the scaffolding safe 5 Risks of concurrency/interference with other tasks at work sites 5 Practical exercises • Using and wearing the equipment • Checking the equipment www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS WORKING AT HEIGHT ERECTION AND CHECKING OF SCAFFOLDING AE-HAU-03 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Work managers, supervisors, safety managers and officers, operations or maintenance personnel, members of the CHSCTs (Hygiene and Working Conditions Monitoring Committees) and all persons concerned by the prevention of professional risks. 5 OBJECTIVES: To be familiar with and apply the rules necessary to erect and maintain scaffolding. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Analysis of the risks linked with work at height 5 Duration 1 day 5 Acceptance-testing and checking scaffolding • Each individual’s responsibility 5 Cost • Contractor, erector, users Upon request • The importance of the prior work specification 5 Dates & venues 5 The different checks Consult the calendar 109 • How to put into practice and implement the checks • The importance of check-lists AE-HAU-03 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TECHNICAL RISKS WORKING AT HEIGHT RESCUE AND EVACUATION AT HEIGHT AE-HAU-04 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Employees engaged on operations and construction or maintenance work at height (wind turbines, masts, cranes, etc.) Response teams. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To become acquainted with methods of rescue and evacuation at a height; - To be able to implement the different rescue and evacuation techniques for a casualty working at height. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 General information 5 Duration 2 days THEORY: • Awareness of the risks associated with working at height 5 Cost • Controlling risks associated with work at height (impact force, fall factor, headroom and Upon request pendulum effect) 5 Dates & venues • Falls in individual or collective protection configurations 110 • Response techniques and associated equipment Consult the calendar AE-HAU-04 PRACTICAL: • Checking PPE before use • Knots, temporary sling anchorages and installation of ropes • Moving around at height: climbing on a lanyard and fall-prevention devices, climbing down and up on ropes • Introduction to safety equipment specific to rescue work Conducting a rescue: • Analyzing the situation • Preparing equipment • Technique of evacuation on ropes (release on descent device and fall prevention device) • Approaching and reassuring the casualty • Bringing the casualty down • Pair-work simulation under real conditions of rescue of a casualty www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 DEFENSIVE DRIVING “Traffic accidents still represent more than 20% of accidents in E&P.” LIGHT VEHICLES AE-DRIV-01 • Light vehicles - Theory AE-DRIV-01-01 • Light vehicles - Practical AE-DRIV-01R • Light vehicles - Refresher AE-DRIV-02 • Light vehicles - Offroad - Theory AE-DRIV-02-01 • Light vehicles - Offroad - Practical AE-DRIV-02R • Light vehicles - Offroad - Refresher www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD AE-DRIV-03 • Offroad driving - Mud - Theory AE-DRIV-03-01 • Offroad driving - Mud - Practical AE-DRIV-03R • Offroad driving - Mud - Refresher AE-DRIV-04 • Offroad driving - Desert/Sand - Theory AE-DRIV-04-01 • Offroad driving - Desert/Sand - Practical AE-DRIV-04R • Offroad driving - Desert/Sand - Refresher AE-DRIV-05 • Offroad driving - Snow - Theory AE-DRIV-05-01 • Offroad driving - Snow - Practical AE-DRIV-05R • Offroad driving - Snow - Refresher HEAVY VEHICLES AE-DRIV-06 • Heavy non-articulated vehicles - Theory AE-DRIV-06-01 • Heavy non-articulated vehicles - Practical AE-DRIV-06R • Heavy non-articulated vehicles - Refresher AE-DRIV-07 • Heavy articulated vehicles - Theory AE-DRIV-07-01 • Heavy articulated vehicles - Practical AE-DRIV-07R • Heavy articulated vehicles - Refresher AE-DRIV-08 • Buses - Coaches - Theory AE-DRIV-08-01 • Buses - Coaches - Practical AE-DRIV-08R • Buses - Coaches - Refresher AE-DRIV-09 • Emergency vehicles - Theory AE-DRIV-09-01 • Emergency vehicles - Practical AE-DRIV-09R • Emergency vehicles - Refresher OTHERS AE-DRIV-10 • Convoy leader AE-DRIV-11 • Preparation for an isolated mission (Program upon request) AE-DRIV-12 • ECO-driving ASSESSOR AE-DRIV-13 • Driving assessor - Light vehicles AE-DRIV-13R • Driving assessor - Light vehicles - Refresher AE-DRIV-14 • Driving assessor - Off-road vehicles (pre-requisite DRIV-13) AE-DRIV-14R • Driving assessor - Off-road vehicles - Refresher AE-DRIV-15 • Driving assessor - Heavy vehicles (pre-requisite DRIV-13) AE-DRIV-15R • Driving assessor - Heavy vehicles - Refresher AE-DRIV-16 • Driving assessor / Trainer - Light vehicles TRAINER AE-DRIV-17 • Trainer - Light vehicles (pre-requisite DRIV-13) AE-DRIV-17R • Trainer - Light vehicles - Refresher AE-DRIV-18 • Trainer - Light vehicles (France and inter-company only) AE-DRIV-19 • Trainer - Off-road vehicles (pre-requisites DRIV-13 and DRIV-17) AE-DRIV-19R • Trainer - Off-road vehicles - Refresher AE-DRIV-20 • Trainer - Heavy articulated and non-articulated vehicles (pre-requisites DRIV-13 and DRIV-17) AE-DRIV-20R • Trainer - Heavy articulated and non-articulated vehicles - Refresher www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING LIGHT VEHICLES LIGHT VEHICLES - THEORY AE-DRIV-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 10 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/ HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: Defensive Driving, (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: To introduce the company’s policies and standards related to driving with an internal and external representation of an accident. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Human aptitude vs Physical capacity to drive 5 Duration 1) Human and mechanical reaction times 1 day 2) Vision vs driving 5 Cost 3) The notions of near/distant vision and binocular/peripheral vision. Upon request 5 Analysis and identification of the potential hazards of the road 5 Dates & venues 1) Generalities 2) Due to the specificities of the environment (off-road, driving trucks, snow, ice) Consult the calendar 3) Corrective actions adapted to different risk areas. 5 Safety distance 1) Distance between moving vehicles in traffic 113 2) Distance between stationary vehicles in traffic AE-DRIV-01 3) Leaving a safety distance when moving off 4) Braking and stopping distances. 5 Drivers’ capacities and the notion of mechanics (checking) 1) Consumption of alcohol 2) Use of medicines or drugs 3) The mechanical condition of the vehicle • Type of vehicle • General condition of the vehicle/checking • Tires (condition/type) • Passive safety features (air bags/ABS brakes/seat belts/headrests). 5 Revision of the regulations and the highway code Questions and answers by means of revision of definitions, shapes, colors and pictogram symbols - adapted to the needs and the environment of the participants. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING LIGHT VEHICLES LIGHT VEHICLES - PRACTICAL AE-DRIV-01-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 6 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/ HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-01 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: To correct drivers’ negative points and consolidate positive points. The participants will drive and will be assessed by means of commentary driving in order to define and organize their training. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Commentary driving 5 Duration Definition and presentation of the Assessment Sheet. 1 day 5 Pratique 5 Cost The participants will be assessed by means of commentary driving in order to check and Upon request consolidate the definition of the objectives for the training. 5 Dates & venues 5 Note Consult the calendar To optimize the assessment, there will be no more than 6-8 participants according to the number of daylight hours available. 114 AE-DRIV-01-01 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING LIGHT VEHICLES LIGHT VEHICLES - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-01R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/Operations personnel/Design Department/ HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-01 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: To correct drivers’ negative points and consolidate positive points. The participants will drive and will be assessed by means of commentary driving in order to define and organize their training. COURSE CONTENTS 5 Evaluation CONDITIONS 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 0.5 day 5 Practical exercises 5 Cost Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 115 AE-DRIV-01R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD LIGHT VEHICLES - OFFROAD - THEORY AE-DRIV-02 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 10 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/ HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: Defensive Driving, (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be capable of anticipating potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Defensive driving 5 Duration • Driving capacity and proficiency 1 day • Identification and analysis of the hazards of the road 5 Cost • Air bags • Drivers' capacities Upon request • Revision of the rules… 5 Dates & venues 5 Module 2 - Inspection before departure Consult the calendar • External inspection • Conducting a general inspection • Driving position 116 • Internal inspection AE-DRIV-02 • Brakes • Wheels and wheel rims. 5 Module 3 - Mechanical system of four-wheel drive vehicles • Transmission • Wheel hub • Constant speed • Transfer box • Limited slip differential… 5 Module 4 - Tire pressures • Types of wheel rims • Tires • Deflating a tire… 5 Module 5 - Breakdown vehicles and associated equipment • Towing points • Towing techniques • Breakdown equipment • Safety equipments. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD LIGHT VEHICLES - OFFROAD - PRACTICAL AE-DRIV-02-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-02 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be capable of anticipating potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Inspection before departure 5 Duration • External inspection 1 day • Conducting a general inspection 5 Cost • Driving position • Internal inspection Upon request • Brakes 5 Dates & venues • Wheels and wheel rims. Consult the calendar 5 Module 2 - Adhesion 117 • Principles AE-DRIV-02-01 • Skid control • Braking… 5 Module 3 - Tire pressures and inflation exercises • Types of wheel rims • Tires • Deflating a tire… 5 Module 4 - Adhérence • Principes • Contrôle de dérapage • Freinage… contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD LIGHT VEHICLES - OFFROAD - PRACTICAL contd... 5 Module 5 - Pressions des pneumatiques et exercices de gonflage • Types de jantes • Pneumatiques • Dégonfler une roue… 5 Module 6 - Breakdown vehicles and associated equipment • Towing points • Towing techniques • Breakdown equipment. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD LIGHT VEHICLES - OFFROAD - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-02R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-02 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To be capable of anticipating potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 119 AE-DRIV-02R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - MUD - THEORY AE-DRIV-03 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 10 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: Defensive Driving, (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential accident situations. - To develop the principles of driving in muddy areas. - To carry out the appropriate checks before driving in mud. - To understand the vehicle's mechanisms when driving in mud. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Defensive driving 5 Duration • Driving capacity and proficiency 1 day • Identification and analysis of the hazards of the road 5 Cost • Air bags • Drivers’ capacities Upon request • Revision of the rules… 5 Dates & venues 5 Module 2 - Mechanical systems Consult the calendar • Differentials • Transfer box 120 • Distributors… 5 Module 3 - Adhesion • Principles AE-DRIV-03 • Skid control • Braking… 5 Module 4 - Chains • Storage • Installation/Removal • Movement… 5 Module 5 - Breakdown recovery • Towing points • Use of ropes • Straps… www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - MUD - PRACTICAL AE-DRIV-03-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/Operations personnel/Design Department/ HSE engineers/Production-maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE-production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-03 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential accident situations. - To develop the principles of driving in muddy areas. - To carry out the appropriate checks before driving in mud. - To understand the vehicle's mechanisms when driving in mud. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Inspection before departure 5 Duration • External inspection 1 day • Conducting a general inspection 5 Cost • Driving position • Internal inspection Upon request • Brakes 5 Dates & venues • Wheels and wheel rims. Consult the calendar 5 Module 2 - Adhesion • Principles 121 • Skid control AE-DRIV-03-01 • Braking… 5 Module 3 - Chains • Storage • Installation/Removal • Movement… 5 Module 4 - Breakdown recovery • Towing points • Use of ropes • Straps… contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - MUD - PRACTICAL contd... 5 Module 5 - Commentary driving Participants are assessed during commentary driving training exercises to check and consolidate the modules learnt previously in the theory sessions. 5 Assessment At the end of the two different types of sessions (theory and practical), the drivers will undergo a full assessment of their skills. The theoretical assessment will take the form of a multiple-choice test which must be passed before the participant can take the practical assessment. The practical assessment will consist of the continuous assessment that takes place during the course, and of a practical test of the qualifications. Drivers must successfully complete both assessments to be considered proficient, and will then receive a certificate of proficiency. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - MUD - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-03R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-03 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential accident situations. - To develop the principles of driving in muddy areas. - To carry out the appropriate checks before driving in mud. - To understand the vehicle's mechanisms when driving in mud. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 123 AE-DRIV-03R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - DESERT/SAND - THEORY AE-DRIV-04 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 10 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: Defensive Driving, (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the principles of driving in the desert. - To carry out the appropriate checks before driving in the desert. - To understand the vehicle’s mechanisms in a desert environment. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Inspection before departure 5 Duration • External inspection 1 day • Conducting a general inspection 5 Cost • Driving position • Internal inspection Upon request • Brakes 5 Dates & venues • Wheels and wheel rims. Consult the calendar 5 Module 2 - Prior inspection • Key points 124 • Equipment • External inspection AE-DRIV-04 • Tires… 5 Module 3 - Four-wheel drive transmission • Transmission • Transfer box • Disengageable hub • Limited slip differentials… 5 Module 4 - Tire pressure • Wheel rims • Tires • Inflation/Deflation… contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 XXX WD OFFROAD DRIVING - DESERT/SAND - THEORY contd... 5 Module 5 - Essential survival skills • Navigation • Communication • Map and compass • Headings • Survival in extreme heat • Exposure to heat… 5 Module 6 - Vehicle breakdown recovery • 3 questions • Towing point • Shackles • Straps… 5 Module 7 - Essential skills for driving in the desert • Principles of adhesion • Center of gravity • Dunes and slippery surfaces…… www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - DESERT/SAND - PRACTICAL AE-DRIV-04-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-04 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the principles of driving in the desert. - To carry out the appropriate checks before driving in the desert. - To understand the vehicle’s mechanisms in a desert environment. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Inspection before departure 5 Duration • External inspection 1 day • Conducting a general inspection 5 Cost • Driving position • Internal inspection Upon request • Brakes 5 Dates & venues • Wheels and wheel rims. Consult the calendar 5 Module 2 - Prior inspection • Key points 126 • Equipment AE-DRIV-04-01 • External inspection • Tires… 5 Module 3 - Four-wheel drive transmission • Transmission • Transfer box • Disengageable hub • Limited slip differentials… 5 Module 4 - Tire pressure • Wheel rims • Tires • Inflation/Deflation… contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - DESERT/SAND - PRACTICAL contd... 5 Module 5 - Vehicle breakdown recovery • 3 questions • Towing point • Shackles • Straps… 5 Module 6 - Essential skills for driving in the desert • Principles of adhesion • Center of gravity • Dunes and slippery surfaces… 5 Module 7 - Commentary driving Participants are assessed during commentary driving training exercises to check and consolidate the modules learnt previously in the theory sessions. 5 Assessment At the end of the two different types of sessions (theory and practical), the drivers will undergo a full assessment of their skills. The theoretical assessment will take the form of a multiple-choice test which must be passed before the participant can take the practical assessment. The practical assessment will consist of the continuous assessment that takes place during the course, and of a practical test of the qualifications. Drivers must successfully complete both assessments to be considered proficient, and will then receive a certificate of proficiency. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - DESERT/SAND - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-04R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-04 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the principles of driving in the desert. - To carry out the appropriate checks before driving in the desert. - To understand the vehicle’s mechanisms in a desert environment. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 128 AE-DRIV-04R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - SNOW - THEORY AE-DRIV-05 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 10 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: Defensive Driving, (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop theprinciples of driving on snow. - To carry out the appropriate checks before driving in a snow-covered area. - To understand the vehicle's mechanisms in a wintery environment. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Defensive driving 5 Duration • Driving capacity and proficiency 1 day • Identification and analysis of the hazards of the road 5 Cost • Air bags • Drivers’ capacities Upon request • Revision of the rules… 5 Dates & venues 5 Module 2 - Inspection before departure Consult the calendar • External inspection • Conducting a general inspection 129 • Driving position • Internal inspection AE-DRIV-05 • Brakes • Wheels and wheel rims. 5 Module 3 - Wintry conditions • Ice and frost • Fog • Extreme cold… 5 Module 4 - Driving on ice and snow • Preparation of the vehicle • Principles of adhesion • Skid control • Emergency braking technique… contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - SNOW - THEORY contd... 5 Module 5 - Procedure for using chains • Inspection • Installation/Removal • Movement… 5 Module 6 - Vehicle breakdown recovery • 3 questions • Towing point • Shackles • Straps… 5 Module 7 - Survival • Stay in contact • When snowed in… www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - SNOW - PRACTICAL AE-DRIV-05-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-05 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop theprinciples of driving on snow. - To carry out the appropriate checks before driving in a snow-covered area. - To understand the vehicle's mechanisms in a wintery environment. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Prior inspection 5 Duration • Key points 1 day • Equipment 5 Cost • External inspection • Tires… Upon request 5 Module 2 - Driving on ice and snow 5 Dates & venues • Preparation of the vehicle Consult the calendar • Principles of adhesion • Skid control 131 • Emergency braking technique… AE-DRIV-05-01 5 Module 3 - Procedure for using chains • Inspection • Installation/Removal • Movement… 5 Module 4 - Vehicle breakdown recovery • 3 questions • Towing point • Shackles • Straps… 5 Module 5 - Survival • Stay in contact • When snowed in… contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - SNOW - PRACTICAL contd... 5 Module 6 - Commentary driving Participants are assessed during commentary driving training exercises to check and consolidate the modules learnt previously in the theory sessions. 5 Assessment At the end of the two different types of sessions (theory and practical), the drivers will undergo a full assessment of their skills. The theoretical assessment will take the formof a multiple-choice test which must be passed before the participant can take the practical assessment. The practical assessment will consist of the continuous assessment that takes place during the course, and of a practical test of the qualifications. Drivers must successfully complete both assessments to be considered proficient, and will then receive a certificate of proficiency www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING 4 WD OFFROAD DRIVING - SNOW - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-05R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in road transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. Person using his own vehicle for mission or during trips to work place, long contract staff. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-05 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence B verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop theprinciples of driving on snow. - To carry out the appropriate checks before driving in a snow-covered area. - To understand the vehicle's mechanisms in a wintery environment. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 133 AE-DRIV-06R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES HEAVY NON-ARTICULATED VEHICLES - THEORY AE-DRIV-06 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 10 persons. Any person involved in heavy truck’s transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 PREREQUISITES: Defensive Driving, (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Defensive driving for heavy vehicles 5 Duration • Driving capacity and proficiency 1 day • Identification and analysis of the hazards of the road 5 Cost • Air bags • Drivers’ capacities Upon request • Revision of the rules… 5 Dates & venues 5 Module 2 - Inspection before departure Consult the calendar • External inspection • Conducting a general inspection 134 • Driving position • Internal inspection AE-DRIV-06 • Brakes • Wheels and wheel rims… 5 Module 3 - Use of chocks • Placement • Safety precautions • Movement of chocks… 5 Module 4 - Vehicle maneuvers • Vehicle maneuvers • Reversing procedure • The ten key points • Guidance on the ground • Urban environment... contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES HEAVY NON-ARTICULATED VEHICLES - THEORY contd... 5 Module 5 - Braking techniques • Traction • Emergency braking • Wheel locking • Cadence braking • Slow-down system • Fading • Emergency procedure... 5 Module 6 - Loading • Securing the load • Anchoring points • Stowage instructions • Strain criterion… www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES HEAVY NON-ARTICULATED VEHICLES - PRACTICAL AE-DRIV-06-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in heavy truck’s transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-06 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site.. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Inspection before departure 5 Duration • External inspection 1 day • Conducting a general inspection 5 Cost • Driving position • Internal inspection Upon request • Brakes 5 Dates & venues • Wheels and wheel rims… Consult the calendar 5 Module 2 - Use of chocks • Placement 136 • Safety precautions AE-DRIV-06-01 • Movement of chocks… 5 Module 3 - Vehicle maneuvers • Vehicle maneuvers • Reversing procedure • The ten key points • Guidance on the ground • Urban environment... 5 Module 4 - Braking techniques • Traction • Emergency braking • Wheel locking • Cadence braking • Slow-down system • Fading • Emergency procedure... contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES HEAVY NON-ARTICULATED VEHICLES - PRACTICAL contd... 5 Module 5 - Loading • Securing the load • Anchoring points • Stowage instructions • Strain criterion… 5 Module 6 - Commentary driving Participants are assessed during commentary driving training exercises to check and consolidate the modules learnt previously in the theory sessions. 5 Assessment At the end of the two different types of sessions (theory and practical), the drivers will undergo a full assessment of their skills. The theoretical assessment will take the form of a multiple-choice test which must be passed before the participant can take the practical assessment. The practical assessment will consist of the continuous assessment that takes place during the course, and of a practical test of the qualifications. Drivers must successfully complete both assessments to be considered proficient, and will then receive a certificate of proficiency. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES HEAVY NON-ARTICULATED VEHICLES - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-06R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in heavy truck’s transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-06 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site.. 5OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 138 AE-DRIV-06R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES HEAVY ARTICULATED VEHICLES - THEORY AE-DRIV-07 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 10 persons. Any person involved in heavy truck’s transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 PREREQUISITES: Defensive Driving, (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Defensive driving for heavy vehicles 5 Duration • Driving capacity and proficiency 1 day • Identification and analysis of the hazards of the road 5 Cost • Air bags • Drivers’ capacities Upon request • Revision of the rules… 5 Dates & venues 5 Module 2 - Inspection before departure Consult the calendar • External inspection • Conducting a general inspection 139 • Driving position • Internal inspection AE-DRIV-07 • Brakes • Wheels and wheel rims… 5 Module 3 - Use of chocks • Placement • Safety precautions • Movement of chocks… 5 Module 4 - Vehicle maneuvers • Vehicle maneuvers • Reversing procedure • The ten key points • Guidance on the ground • Urban environment... contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES HEAVY ARTICULATED VEHICLES - THEORY contd... 5 Module 5 - Braking techniques • Traction • Emergency braking • Wheel locking • Cadence braking • Slow-down system • Fading • Emergency procedure... 5 Module 6 - Loading • Securing the load • Anchoring points • Stowage instructions • Strain criterion… www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES HEAVY ARTICULATED VEHICLES - PRACTICAL AE-DRIV-07-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in heavy truck’s transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-07 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Inspection before departure 5 Duration • External inspection 2 days • Conducting a general inspection 5 Cost • Driving position • Internal inspection Upon request • Brakes 5 Dates & venues • Wheels and wheel rims… Consult the calendar 5 Module 2 - Use of chocks • Placement 141 • Safety precautions AE-DRIV-07-01 • Movement of chocks… 5 Module 3 - Vehicle maneuvers • Vehicle maneuvers • Reversing procedure • The ten key points • Guidance on the ground • Urban environment... 5 Module 4 - Braking techniques • Traction • Emergency braking • Wheel locking • Cadence braking • Slow-down system • Fading • Emergency procedure... contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES HEAVY ARTICULATED VEHICLES - PRACTICAL contd... 5 Module 5 - Loading • Securing the load • Anchoring points • Stowage instructions • Strain criterion… 5 Module 6 - Commentary driving Participants are assessed during commentary driving training exercises to check and consolidate the modules learnt previously in the theory sessions. 5 Assessment At the end of the two different types of sessions (theory and practical), the drivers will undergo a full assessment of their skills. The theoretical assessment will take the form of a multiple-choice test which must be passed before the participant can take the practical assessment. The practical assessment will consist of the continuous assessment that takes place during the course, and of a practical test of the qualifications. Drivers must successfully complete both assessments to be considered proficient, and will then receive a certificate of proficiency. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES HEAVY ARTICULATED VEHICLES - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-07R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in heavy truck’s transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-07 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 143 AE-DRIV-07R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES BUSES - COACHES - THEORY AE-DRIV-08 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 10 persons. Any person involved in heavy truck’s transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman.. 5 PREREQUISITES: Defensive Driving, (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Defensive driving for buses/coaches 5 Duration • Driving capacity and proficiency 1 day • Identification and analysis of the hazards of the road 5 Cost • Air bags • Drivers’ capacities Upon request • Revision of the rules… 5 Dates & venues 5 Module 2 - Inspection before departure Consult the calendar • External inspection • Conducting a general inspection 144 • Driving position • Internal inspection AE-DRIV-08 • Brakes • Wheels and wheel rims… 5 Module 3 - Use of chocks • Placement • Safety precautions • Movement of chocks… 5 Module 4 - Safety of passengers • Protection of passengers • Refueling • Emergency exits • Seat belts… contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES BUSES - COACHES - THEORY contd... 5 Module 5 - Vehicle maneuvers • Vehicle maneuvers • Reversing procedure • The ten key points • Guidance on the ground • Urban environment... 5 Module 6 - Braking techniques • Traction • Emergency braking • Wheel locking • Cadence braking • Slow-down system • Fading • Emergency procedure… www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES BUSES - COACHES - PRACTICAL AE-DRIV-08-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in heavy truck’s transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-08 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Inspection before departure 5 Duration • External inspection 1 day • Conducting a general inspection 5 Cost • Driving position • Internal inspection Upon request • Brakes 5 Dates & venues • Wheels and wheel rims… Consult the calendar 5 Module 2 - Use of chocks • Placement 146 • Safety precautions AE-DRIV-08-01 • Movement of chocks… 5 Module 3 - Safety of passengers • Protection of passengers • Refueling • Emergency exits • Seat belts… 5 Module 4 - Vehicle maneuvers • Reversing procedure • The ten key points • Guidance on the ground • Urban environment... contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES BUSES - COACHES - PRACTICAL contd... 5 Module 5 - Braking techniques • Traction • Emergency braking • Wheel locking • Cadence braking • Slow-down system • Fading • Emergency procedure… 5 Module 6 - Commentary driving Participants are assessed during commentary driving training exercises to check and consolidate the modules learnt previously in the theory sessions. 5 Assessment At the end of the two different types of sessions (theory and practical), the drivers will undergo a full assessment of their skills. The theoretical assessment will take the form of a multiple-choice test which must be passed before the participant can take the practical assessment. The practical assessment will consist of the continuous assessment that takes place during the course, and of a practical test of the qualifications. Drivers must successfully complete both assessments to be considered proficient, and will then receive a certificate of proficiency. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES BUSES - COACHES - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-08R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Any person involved in heavy truck’s transports: Management (Managers, Heads of Department, etc.)/Site HSE Managers (RSESs)/Intermediate management/ Operations personnel/Design Department/HSE engineers/Production- maintenance-safety superintendents/Site management personnel/HSE- production-intervention supervisor/Foreman. 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-08 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 148 AE-DRIV-08R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES EMERGENCY VEHICLES - THEORY AE-DRIV-09 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 10 persons. Persons who hold a light vehicle and/or heavy truck driver’s licence and who are employed as drivers of rescue vehicles (firefighters, ambulance drivers, etc.) 5 PREREQUISITES: Defensive Driving, (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Defensive driving 5 Duration • Driving capacity and proficiency 1 day • Identification and analysis of the hazards of the road 5 Cost • Air bags • Drivers’ capacities Upon request • Revision of the rules… 5 Dates & venues 5 Module 2 - Inspection before departure Consult the calendar • External inspection • Conducting a general inspection • Driving position 149 • Internal inspection • Brakes AE-DRIV-09 • Wheels and wheel rims… 5 Module 3 - Driving during a mission • Use of warning lights and sirens • Driving under police escort. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES EMERGENCY VEHICLES - PRACTICAL AE-DRIV-09-01 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Persons who hold a light vehicle and/or heavy truck driver's license and who are employed as drivers of rescue vehicles (firefighters, ambulance drivers, etc.). 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-09 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Inspection before departure 5 Duration • External inspection 2 days • Conducting a general inspection 5 Cost • Driving position • Internal inspection Upon request • Brakes 5 Dates & venues • Wheels and wheel rims. Consult the calendar 5 Module 2 - Driving during a mission • Use of warning lights and sirens • Driving under police escort. 5 Module 3 - Commentary driving Participants are assessed in the field during commentary driving training exercises to 150 check and consolidate the modules covered previously in the theory sessions. AE-DRIV-09-01 5 Assessment At the end of each session (theory and practical), the drivers’ skills will be assessed. Moving on to the practical session is dependent on the result of a multiple-choice questionnaire that tests theoretical knowledge. Drivers must successfully complete both assessments to be considered proficient, and will then receive a certificate of proficiency. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING HEAVY VEHICLES EMERGENCY VEHICLES - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-09R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: For a maximum of 4 persons. Persons who hold a light vehicle and/or heavy truck driver's license and who are employed as drivers of rescue vehicles (firefighters, ambulance drivers, etc.). 5 PREREQUISITES: AE-DRIV-09 (Theory), 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To anticipate potential road traffic accident situations. - To respond to the urgency of the driving situations. - To efficiently develop the aptitude to observe and the aptitude to control the vehicle. - To demonstrate low-risk driving techniques. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 0.5 day 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 151 AE-DRIV-09R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING OTHERS CONVOY LEADER AE-DRIV-10 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: The convoy leader is responsible for protecting the public, a precious load, the driver of the load and himself. As the driver of an accompanying vehicle, he is part of a team that performs the important task of safely and securely moving loads or liquids over the public road network. His functions do not simply consist of displaying an “extra-long/extra-wide load” sign. For all the stages involved in the movement of a load or of liquids, he will have a particular task to fulfill. 5 OBJECTIVES: The success of the journey is largely dependent on the convoy leader’s skills, alertness and good judgment. When correctly applied, the techniques that the convoy leader will be taught must allow him to prevent: 1. collisions 2. loss of human life 3. loss of vehicles. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Organization and communication 5 Duration 5 Control of speed 1 day 5 Cost 5 Spacing between vehicles Upon request 5 Route 5 Dates & venues 5 Position of vehicles Consult the calendar 5 Drivers 152 5 Rules for moving off and stopping 5 Emergency procedures AE-DRIV-10 5 Reaction when faced with a threat A convoy leader is responsible for ensuring that a convoy arrives safely at its destination. He is also responsible for ensuring that the convoy acts as a team. He organizes a meeting prior to the journey taking place. He organizes and determines the roles of all the people involved in order to reach his destination without any risk. He checks the preliminary inspections of the vehicles. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING OTHERS ECO-DRIVING AE-DRIV-12 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: All persons who use a vehicle for professional purposes. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To analyze one’s driving style and adapt it to economical driving - To reduce costs linked to fuel consumption - To reduce polluting emissions and noise pollution. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1: Theory session 5 Duration • Vehicle technology 2 days - Engines 5 Cost - Gearboxes - Instruments Upon request • The parameters that influence consumption 5 Dates & venues - Tireso Consult the calendar - Loading - Driving • The principles of rational driving - Anticipation - Choice of gears - Braking • Safety - Vision - Reaction times 5 Module 2: Practical session • Walk-around inspection of the vehicle and checks prior to start-up - General condition 153 - Loading AE-DRIV-12 - Levels • Driving in actual conditions - Assessment of driving - Corrective actions • Application of the principles of rational driving - Acceleration - Gear changes - Use of brakes - Anticipation www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING ASSESSOR DRIVING ASSESSOR - LIGHT VEHICLES AE-DRIV-13 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicated to maximum 10 participants. Driver's license older than 3 years, current and valid for type of vehicle and country of residence. International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). 5 OBJECTIVES: - To enable the participant to know the basic rules of pedagogy, to master the Vision Rules, and recognize mechanical skill when driving. - To enable the participant to be capable of assessing other light vehicle drivers. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 5 Duration • Presentation of the Driving Rules and Vision models for SAFE driving 5 days Human & Mechanical Reaction Time 5 Cost • Sight Binocular and Peripheral field of vision - Notion of distance and velocity. Upon request Vertical/Horizontal field of Vision, Analyze of Informations 5 Dates & venues • Anticipation Consult the calendar The different sources of risks and the corrective actions • Following Distance Vehicle in motion, vehicle stopped, adverse conditions • Expertise Driver knowledge, know-how, physical and mental ability. Driver Behavior 5 Module 2 • Morning: Theory for driving assessment/Driving assessment forms 154 Participants driving assessment and Commentary Drive • Afternoon: Practice - Commentary drive Technique 1 of the 5 Driving Rules 5 Module 3 AE-DRIV-13 • Morning: Steering control. Emergency braking and avoiding • Afternoon: Commentary Drive Technique 2 of the 5 Driving Rules 5 Module 4 • Morning: Commentary Drive Technique 2 of the 5 Driving Rules • Afternoon: Full Commentary Drive assessment 5 Module 5 • Morning: Full Commentary Drive Assessment • Afternoon: Trainee evaluation / Debrief / Round table www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING ASSESSOR DRIVING ASSESSOR - LIGHT VEHICLES - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-13R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicated to maximum 10 participants. Driver's license older than 3 years, current and valid for type of vehicle and country of residence. International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). 5 OBJECTIVES: - To enable the participant to know the basic rules of pedagogy, to master the Vision Rules, and recognize mechanical skill when driving. - To enable the participant to be capable of assessing other light vehicle drivers. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 1.5 day 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 155 AE-DRIV-13R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING ASSESSOR DRIVING ASSESSOR - OFF-ROAD VEHICLES (PRE-REQUISITE DRIV-13) AE-DRIV-14 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicated to maximum 4 participants. Driver's license older than 2 years, current and valid for type of vehicle and country of residence International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). 5 OBJECTIVES: - To enable the participant to know the basic rules of pedagogy, to master the Vision Rules, and recognize mechanical skill when driving. - To enable the participant to be capable of assessing other light vehicle drivers. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 5 Duration • Presentation of the Driving Rules and Vision models for SAFE driving 1.5 day Human & Mechanical Reaction Time 5 Cost • SightBinocular and Peripheral field of vision - Notion of distance and velocity. Vertical/Horizontal field of Vision, Analyze of Informations Upon request • Anticipation 5 Dates & venues The different sources of risks and the corrective actions Consult the calendar • Following Distance Vehicle in motion, vehicle stopped, adverse conditions • Expertise Driver knowledge, know-how, physical and mental ability. Driver Behavior. 5 Module 2 • Morning: Theory for driving assessment/Driving assessment forms 156 Participants driving assessment and Commentary Drive • Afternoon: Practice - Commentary drive Technique 1 of the 5 Driving Rules 5 Module 3 AE-DRIV-14 • Morning: Steering control. Emergency braking and avoiding • Afternoon: Commentary Drive Technique 2 of the 5 Driving Rules 5 Module 4 • Morning: Commentary Drive Technique 2 of the 5 Driving Rules • Afternoon: Full Commentary Drive assessment 5 Module 5 • Morning: Full Commentary Drive Assessment • Afternoon: Trainee evaluation / Debrief / Round table 5 Module 6 • Practical off-road/desert all vehicles 5 Module 7 • ASSESSMENT / CERTIFICATION www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING ASSESSOR DRIVING ASSESSOR - OFF-ROAD VEHICLES - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-14R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicated to maximum 4 participants. Driver's license older than 2 years, current and valid for type of vehicle and country of residence International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). 5 OBJECTIVES: - To enable the participant to know the basic rules of pedagogy, to master the Vision Rules, and recognize mechanical skill when driving. - To enable the participant to be capable of assessing other light vehicle drivers. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 1.5 day 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 157 AE-DRIV-14R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING ASSESSOR DRIVING ASSESSOR - HEAVY VEHICLES (PRE-REQUISITE DRIV-13) AE-DRIV-15 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicated to a maximum of 3 participants. 5 PREREQUISITES: - Driver's license older than 2 years, current and valid for type of vehicle and country of residence - International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). 5 OBJECTIVES: - To enable the participant to know the basic rules of pedagogy, to master the Vision Rules, and recognize mechanical skill when driving. - To enable the participant to be capable of assessing other heavy vehicle drivers. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 5 Duration • Presentation of the Driving Rules and Vision models for SAFE driving 5 days Human & Mechanical Reaction Time 5 Cost • Sight Binocular and Peripheral field of vision - Notion of distance and velocity Upon request Vertical/Horizontal field of Vision, Analyze of Informations 5 Dates & venues • Anticipation Consult the calendar The different sources of risks and the corrective actions • Following Distance Vehicle in motion, vehicle stopped, adverse conditions • Expertise Driver knowledge, know-how, physical and mental ability Driver Behavior. 5 Module 2 158 • Theory for driving assessment / Driving assessment forms Participants’ driving assessment and Commentary Drive AE-DRIV-15 • Practice - Commentary drive. Technique 1 of the 5 Driving Rules 5 Module 3 • Steering control. Emergency braking and avoiding • Commentary Drive. Technique 2 of the 5 Driving Rules 5 Module 4 • Commentary Drive. Technique 2 of the 5 Driving Rules • Full Commentary Drive assessment 5 Module 5 • Full Commentary Drive Assessment • Trainee evaluation / Debrief / Round table 5 Module 6 • Presentation / Introduction journey management • Practical assessment The participants’ driving practices are evaluated during a commentary drive exercise to check and reinforce the effect of the classroom session. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING ASSESSOR DRIVING ASSESSOR - HEAVY VEHICLES - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-15R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicated to a maximum of 3 participants. 5 PREREQUISITES: - Driver's license older than 2 years, current and valid for type of vehicle and country of residence - International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). 5 OBJECTIVES: - To enable the participant to know the basic rules of pedagogy, to master the Vision Rules, and recognize mechanical skill when driving. - To enable the participant to be capable of assessing other heavy vehicle drivers. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 1.5 day 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 159 AE-DRIV-15R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING ASSESSOR DRIVING ASSESSOR / TRAINER - LIGHT VEHICLES AE-DRIV-16 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicated to a maximum of 4 participants. 5 PREREQUISITES: - Driver's license Current and valid for country of residence - International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). 5 OBJECTIVES: To enable the participants to assimilate the basic rules of pedagogy, master the Vision Rules when driving, allowing the transmission of the course contents and objectives to the workforce. Learning Outcomes: - Knowledge of the physiology related to driving (reaction time, vision and so on…). - Conducting a classroom training session. - Conducting a Commentary Drive evaluation. - Control a commentary drive. - Respond to emergency driving situations as they present. - Develop effective vehicle control and observation skills. - Demonstrate low risk driving techniques in driving. - Understand the mechanics of their vehicle with relevance to operating in the desert. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 PART 1 - DRIVING ASSESSOR 5 Duration Module 1 5 days (Driving • Presentation / Introduction journey management Assessor course) • Practical assessment + 6 days (suggestion: The participants’ driving practices are evaluated during a commentary drive exercise to Trainer course check and reinforce the effect of the classroom session. 6 months later) 160 Module 2 5 Cost • Defensive Driving - classroom pedagogy AE-DRIV-16 • Defensive driving for Heavy Vehicles Upon request Ability and driving skills, Identification and analysis of road hazards, Safe distance, 5 Dates & venues Drivers’ ability, Review of regulation… Consult the calendar • Pre-Trip Inspection External inspection, Conduct general inspection, Vehicle posture, Cabin inspection, brakes, Wheels and rims... • Mechanical Engine types, Transmission, Axles and differentials, Brake systems, Tyres and rims… Module 3 • Practical session The participants driving practices are evaluated during a commentary drive exercise to check and reinforce the effect of the classroom session. Module 4 • Non-articuled trucks / 4x4 • Vehicle operation, Maneuverings, Braking techniques, Emergency procedure… • Vehicle Handling and Handling Issues, High centre of gravity, Adverse conditions… • Load Security, Securing the load, Load Anchorage Points, Gates and Fencing… contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING ASSESSOR DRIVING ASSESSOR / TRAINER - LIGHT VEHICLES contd... Module 5 • Presentation of training material Module 6 • Presentation and Commentary drive Module 7 • Desert / Off road Driving endorsement Basic survival skills, Tire Pressures and Inflation Practices, Basic Desert and Off Road Driving Skills, Incident Procedures… AEGIDE VISION: Dubai Bordeaux Marseille Paris Pointe Noire Tunis. 5 PART 2 - TRAIN THE TRAINER SESSION Module 8 • Practical off-road / desert all vehicles Module 9 • Pedagogic practical off-road/desert • Commentary drive The participants’ driving practices are evaluated during a commentary drive exercise to check and reinforce the effect of the classroom session. • Desert / off-road Driving Endorsement Basic survival skills, Tire Pressures and Inflation Practices, Basic Desert and Off Road Driving Skills, Incident Procedures… Module 10 • Pedagogic techniques • Presentation of training material done by trainees Module 11 • Pedagogic practical off-road/desert • Commentary drive The participants’ driving practices are evaluated during a commentary drive exercise to check and reinforce the effect of the classroom session. • Desert / off-road Driving Endorsement Basic survival skills, Tire Pressures and Inflation Practices, Basic Desert and Off Road Driving Skills, Incident Procedures… Module 12 • Pedagogic techniques • Presentation of training material done by trainees Module 13 • ASSESSMENT / CERTIFICATION www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING TRAINER TRAINER - LIGHT VEHICLES (PRE-REQUISITE DRIV-13) AE-DRIV-17 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicated to a maximum of 4 participants. Persons with educational abilities and who have a will to teach road safety. 5 PREREQUISITES: - International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). - 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To enable the participant to know the basic rules of pedagogy, to master the Vision Rules, and to recognize mechanical skill when driving. - To enable the participant to be capable of assessing other light vehicle drivers. - To enable the participant to give driving training sessions. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Presentation of the Driving Rules and Vision models for SAFE driving 5 Duration • Human & Mechanical Reaction Time 6 days 5 Sight 5 Cost • Binocular and Peripheral field of vision - Notion of distance and velocity. Upon request • Vertical / Horizontal field of Vision, Information analysis 5 Dates & venues 5 Anticipation Consult the calendar • The different sources of risks and the corrective actions 5 Following Distance • Vehicle in motion, vehicle stopped, adverse conditions 162 5 Expertise AE-DRIV-17 • Driver knowledge, know-how, physical and mental ability. Driver Behavior 5 Pedagogic techniques • Presentation of training material given by trainees. 5 Theory for driving assessment 5 Practical exercices • Steering control. Emergency braking and avoiding • Commentary drive techniques 5 Assessment / Certification www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING TRAINER TRAINER - LIGHT VEHICLES - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-17R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicated to a maximum of 4 participants. Persons with educational abilities and who have a will to teach road safety. 5 PREREQUISITES: - International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). - 3 years valid driving licence verified on site. 5 OBJECTIVES: - To enable the participant to know the basic rules of pedagogy, to master the Vision Rules, and to recognize mechanical skill when driving. - To enable the participant to be capable of assessing other light vehicle drivers. - To enable the participant to give driving training sessions. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 2 days 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 163 AE-DRIV-17R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING TRAINER TRAINER - LIGHT VEHICLES (FRANCE AND INTER-COMPANY ONLY) AE-DRIV-18 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicated to a maximum of 3 participants. 5 PREREQUISITES: - Driver's license Current and valid for country of residence - International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). 5 OBJECTIVES: To enable the participants to assimilate the basic rules of pedagogy, master the Vision Rules when driving, allowing the transmission of the course contents and objectives to the workforce. 5 THEMES: - Knowledge of the pedagogy associated with adults - Knowledge of the physiology related to driving (reaction time, vision and so on…) - Control of Commentary Drive - Conducting a Commentary Drive evaluation. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 5 Duration • Presentation of the Driving Rules and Vision models for SAFE driving 5 days Binocular and Peripheral field of vision - Notion of distance and velocity 5 Cost • Anticipation The different sources of risks and the corrective actions Upon request • Following Distance 5 Dates & venues Vehicle in motion, vehicle stopped, adverse conditions Consult the calendar • Expertise Driver knowledge, know-how, physical and mental ability Driver Behavior 5 Module 2 • Presentation of training material given by trainees 164 • Introduction to Commentary drive followed by practical Commentary drive exercises AE-DRIV-18 5 Module 3 • Theoretical presentation in the morning for the main differences from standard to 4X4 vehicle. • Practical session in the afternoon on 4x4 vehicles racetrack Safe Start and Stop Transfer of weight Crossing axle 5 Module 4 • After the theoretical presentation, the attendees will practice the theoretical part by driving on a speed racetrack Emergency Braking and Avoiding / Steering control Commentary drive training 5 Module 5 • Presentation and Commentary drive evaluation www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING TRAINER TRAINER - OFF-ROAD VEHICLES (PRE-REQUISITES DRIV-13 AND DRIV-17) AE-DRIV-19 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicaded to a maximum of 4 participants. Persons with educational abilities and who have a will to teach road safety. 5 PREREQUISITES: - 3 years valid driving licence of country of residence verified on site - International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). - AE-DRIV-13 and AE-DRIV-17 completed 5 OBJECTIVES: To enable the participants to assimilate the basic rules of pedagogy, master the Vision Rules when driving, allowing the transmission of the course contents and objectives to the workforce. 5 THEMES: - Knowledge of the pedagogy associated with adults - Knowledge of the physiology related to driving (reaction time, vision and so on…) - Control of Commentary Drive - Conducting a Commentary Drive evaluation. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Defensive driving for an off-road vehicle 5 Duration • Driving capacity and proficiency 1.5 day • Identification and analysis of the hazards of the road 5 Cost • Air bags • Drivers’ capacities Upon request • Revision of the rules… 5 Dates & venues 5 Module 2 - Inspection before departure Consult the calendar • External inspection 165 • Conducting a general inspection • Driving position AE-DRIV-19 • Internal inspection • Brakes • Wheels and wheel rims… 5 Module 3 - Mechanical system of four-wheel drive vehicles • Transmission • Wheel hub • Constant speed • Transfer box • Limited slip differential… 5 Module 4 - Tire pressures and inflation exercises • Types of wheel rims • Tires • Deflating a tire… 5 Module 5 - Breakdown vehicles and associated equipment • Towing points • Towing techniques • Breakdown equipment. www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING TRAINER TRAINER - OFF-ROAD VEHICLES - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-19R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicaded to a maximum of 4 participants. Persons with educational abilities and who have a will to teach road safety. 5 PREREQUISITES: - 3 years valid driving licence of country of residence verified on site - International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). - AE-DRIV-13 and AE-DRIV-17 completed 5 OBJECTIVES: To enable the participants to assimilate the basic rules of pedagogy, master the Vision Rules when driving, allowing the transmission of the course contents and objectives to the workforce. 5 THEMES: - Knowledge of the pedagogy associated with adults - Knowledge of the physiology related to driving (reaction time, vision and so on…) - Control of Commentary Drive - Conducting a Commentary Drive evaluation. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 2 days 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 166 AE-DRIV-19R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING TRAINER TRAINER - HEAVY ARTICULATED AND NON-ARTICULATED VEHICLES (PRE-REQUISITES DRIV-13 AND DRIV-17) AE-DRIV-20 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicaded to a maximum of 4 participants. Persons with educational abilities and who have a will to teach road safety. 5 PREREQUISITES: - 3 years valid driving licence of country of residence verified on site - International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). - AE-DRIV-13 and AE-DRIV-17 completed 5 OBJECTIVES: To enable the participants to assimilate the basic rules of pedagogy, master the Vision Rules when driving, allowing the transmission of the course contents and objectives to the workforce. 5 THEMES: - Knowledge of the pedagogy associated with adults - Knowledge of the physiology related to driving (reaction time, vision and so on…) - Control of Commentary Drive - Conducting a Commentary Drive evaluation. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Module 1 - Defensive driving for heavy vehicles 5 Duration • Driving capacity and proficiency 5 days • Identification and analysis of the hazards of the road 5 Cost • Air bags • Drivers’ capacities Upon request • Revision of the rules… 5 Dates & venues 5 Module 2 - Inspection before departure Consult the calendar 167 • External inspection • Conducting a general inspection AE-DRIV-20 • Driving position • Internal inspection • Brakes • Wheels and wheel rims… 5 Module 3 - Use of chocks • Placement • Safety precautions • Movement of chocks… 5 Module 4 - Mechanics • Engine • Transmission • Axles and differentials • Braking systems… contd... www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING TRAINER TRAINER - HEAVY ARTICULATED AND NON-ARTICULATED VEHICLES (PRE-REQUISITES DRIV-13 AND DRIV-17) contd... 5 Module 5 - Vehicle maneuvers • Reversing procedure • The ten key points • Guidance on the ground • Urban environment… 5 Module 6 - Braking techniques • Traction • Emergency braking • Wheel locking • Cadence braking • Slow-down system • Fading • Emergency procedure… 5 Module 7 - Loading • Securing the load • Anchoring points • Stowage instructions • Strain criterion… www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • DEFENSIVE DRIVING TRAINER TRAINER - HEAVY ARTICULATED AND NON-ARTICULATED VEHICLES - REFRESHER AE-DRIV-20R 5 PERSONS CONCERNED: This training is dedicated to a maximum of 4 participants. 5 PREREQUISITES: - Driver's license Current and valid for country of residence - International Driving License (if training is followed outside of country of residence). 5 OBJECTIVES: To enable the participants to assimilate the basic rules of pedagogy, master the Vision Rules whendriving, allowing the transmission of the course contents and objectives to the workforce. 5 THEMES: - Knowledge of the pedagogy associated with adults - Knowledge of the physiology related to driving (reaction time, vision and so on…) - Control of Commentary Drive - Conducting a Commentary Drive evaluation. COURSE CONTENTS CONDITIONS 5 Evaluation 5 Duration 5 Reminder of basic theories 2 days 5 Cost 5 Practical exercises Upon request 5 Dates & venues Consult the calendar 169 AE-DRIV-20R www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION TRAINING / 2010 COURSE CERTIFICATE www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TRAINING COURSES 2010 Duration Participants (in days) 5 TESTS & BASIC TRAINING ASSESSMENTS AE-TEST-01 Assessment of HSE proficiency 1 Individual AE-TEST-02 Assessing automobile, crane and material-handling equipment driving skills through psychometric tests 1 Individual AWARENESS - RAISING / INDUCTIONS AE-INIT-01 Safety induction for all activities: 7 Hazardous Energies 0.5 4 to 20 AE-INIT-02 Training of company trainers for the 7 Hazardous Energies program 2 4 to 12 AE-INIT-03 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 1 4 to 12 AE-INIT-04 Raising awareness of the risk of occupational deafness 0.5 4 to 12 AE-INIT-05 Manual handling and postures awareness 1 4 to 12 AE-INIT-06 Introduction to H2S 0.5 4 to 12 AE-INIT-07 High pressure safety awareness 2 4 to 12 AE-INIT-08 Raising awareness of the internal operation plan and emergency plan 1 4 to 12 AE-INIT-09 Raising awareness of defensive driving 0.5 2 to 30 AE-INIT-10 Raising awareness of defensive driving for VIPs and expatriates 0.5 2 to 30 AE-INIT-11 Raising awareness of security during transportation 1 2 to 10 AE-INIT-12 Raising awareness of domestic risks for expatriates 0.5 6 to 30 AE-INIT-13 Introduction to survival techniques in hot deserts, cold deserts or bush 1 4 to 12 AE-INIT-14 Raising awareness of hazards in equatorial zones (mosquitos, fourous, wild animals…) 0.5 4 to 12 AE-INIT-15 Raising awareness of health risks for expatriates (malaria, ...) 0.5 4 to 12 AE-INIT-16 Environmental awareness-raising 1 4 to 12 5 HSE MANAGEMENT ROLES AND METHODS AE-MGT-01 Managing prevention: Risk management 3 4 to 12 AE-MGT-02 Holding a safety meeting 2 3 to 8 AE-MGT-03 HSE leadership and communication 2 4 to 8 AE-MGT-04 Oil and gas exploration and production site safety and environment manager 3 3 to 8 AE-MGT-05 Workplace safety inspections and audit 2 4 to 12 AE-MGT- 06 HSE adviser (France) 3x3 4 to 12 AE-MGT-07 Safety and environment officer (International) 5 4 to 12 AE-MGT-08 Constructing an integrated Hygiene, Safety & Environment management system 4 4 to 12 AE-MGT-09 Updating and circulating the hazard register 1 4 to 12 AE-MGT-10 Setting up an HSE plan with contractors 2 4 to 12 AE-MGT-11 Work permits: principles and implementation 2 4 to 12 AE-MGT-12 Dealing with deteriorated situations 1 4 to 12 AE-MGT-13 Being familiar with French civil and criminal liability for managers 2 4 to 12 AE-MGT-14 Preventing occupational pathologies 4 4 to 12 AE-MGT-15 Training and assisting companies for MASE-UIC audits 6 4 to 12 AE-MGT-16 Handling hazardous situations (human factor) 2 4 to 12 AE-MGT-17 Managing your health and safety obligations (according to the new French labour laws) 2 4 to 12 AE-MGT-18 Constructing a system for managing health and safety on the job (MASE UIC) 2 4 to 12 MANAGING RISKS AND ACCIDENTS AE-GRA-01 Hunting out anomalies 2 4 to 12 AE-GRA-02 Assessing risks using the Job Safety Analysis method 2 4 to 12 AE-GRA-03 Construction risk assessment for exploration and production (International) 2 4 to 12 AE-GRA-04 Construction risk assessment - Specific program for TOTAL PJC 2,5 4 to 12 AE-GRA-05 Construction risk assessment for TOTAL's contractors 2 4 to 12 AE-GRA-06 BOWTIE - Method & software 2 4 to 12 AE-GRA-08 Safety analysis - The HAZID & HAZOP methods 2 4 to 12 AE-GRA-09 Risk analysis - Failure tree 2 4 to 12 AE-GRA-10 Analyzing accidents using the Cause Tree / Root Cause / Tripod theory 2 4 to 12 AE-GRA-11 Analysing accidents - Method & INVESTIGATOR 3 software 2 4 to 12 AE-GRA-12 Investigating accidents : collecting facts, interviews, report 3 4 to 10 AE-GRA-13 Guarantor of the accident analysis method 3 4 to 8 FRENCH REGULATORY HSE COMMITTE AE-CHST-01 CHSCT members 3 4 to 12 AE-CHST-01R CHSCT members - Refresher 3 or 5 4 to 12 AE-CHST-02 CHSCT members - Upper level 2 4 to 12 AE-CHST-03 CHSCT members on SEVESO sites - Upper level 2 4 to 12 AE-CHST-04 Chairing the CHSCT (inter company only) 2 4 to 12 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TRAINING COURSES 2010 Duration Participants (in days) Durée Participants 5 TECHNICAL RISKS CHEMICAL RISKS AE-CHIM-01 Chemical risks: Operator level 1 4 to 12 AE-CHIM-02 Chemical risks: Management level 2 4 to 12 AE-CHIM-03 Training for personnel working at petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 1 1 4 to 12 AE-CHIM-03R Training for personnel working at petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 1 - Refresher 1 4 to 12 AE-CHIM-04 Training for personnel working at petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 2 (inter company only) 2 4 to 12 AE-CHIM-04R Training for personnel working at petrochemical and chemical sites - UIC Level 2 - Refresher 2 4 to 12 AE-CHIM-05 Assessing risks linked to chemicals 2 4 to 12 ELECTRICIT Y AE-ELEC-01 Electrical risks Level 1 1 4 to 12 AE-ELEC-01R Electrical risks Level 1 - Refresher 1 4 to 12 CONFINED SPACES AE-ESPC-01 Work safety in confined spaces 1 4 to 12 OIL & GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION - DRILLING - WORK - OVER AE-O&G-01 Introduction to the risks of drilling rigs for visitors and personnel intervening on an occasional basis 1 4 to 12 AE-O&G-02 Classified zones and safety of electrical equipment on drilling sites 1 4 to 12 AE-O&G-03 Permit to work in the oil and gas exploration and production industry 1 4 to 12 AE-O&G-04 Safety at rig and workover rig workstations (Oil and Gas Production Exploration) 5 4 to 12 AE-O&G-05 Introduction to the risks of working on wells 5 4 to 12 AE-O&G-06 Well and Production Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPS) 1 4 to 12 AE-O&G-07 Rig move safety 1 4 to 12 HYGIENE AE-HYG-01 HACCP food hygiene and safety 1 4 to 12 FIRE - FIGHTING AE-INC-01 Fire-fighting level 1 1 4 to 12 AE-INC-02 Fire-fighting level 2 2 4 to 12 AE-INC-03 Evacuation team member 0.5 4 to 12 AE-INC-04 Introduction to the use of fire safety systems 1 4 to 12 AE-INC-05 Introduction to wearing Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) 1 4 to 12 AE-INC-06 Risks of hydrocarbons 1 4 to 12 AE-INC-07 Explosive atmospheres (ATEX) 2 4 to 12 LIFTING AE-LEV-01 Safe driving of electric pallet trucks 0.5 4 to 12 AE-LEV-02 Safe driving of fork-lift trucks 2 4 to 12 AE-LEV-02R Safe driving of fork-lift trucks - Refresher 1 4 to 12 AE-LEV-03 Safe driving of mobile human platform lifts 2 4 to 12 AE-LEV-03R Safe driving of mobile human platform lifts - Refresher 1 4 to 12 AE-LEV-04 Safe driving of auxiliary loading cranes 2 4 to 12 AE-LEV-04R Safe driving of auxiliary loading cranes - Refresher 1 4 to 12 AE-LEV-05 Safe driving of mobile cranes 2 4 to 12 AE-LEV-05R Safe driving of mobile cranes - Refresher 1 4 to 12 AE-LEV-06 Safe driving of construction site machinery 2 4 to 12 AE-LEV-06R Safe driving of construction site machinery - Refresher 1 4 to 12 AE-LEV-07 Safe driving of bridge cranes 2 4 to 12 AE-LEV-07R Safe driving of bridge cranes - Refresher 1 4 to 12 AE-LEV-08 Slinging 2 4 to 12 AE-LEV-09 Forklift trucks safe driving assessor 2 4 to 12 AE-LEV-10 Personnel lifting basket safe driving assessor 2 4 to 12 AE-LEV-11 Crane truck safe driving assessor 2 4 to 12 AE-LEV-12 Construction sites trucks safe driving assessor 2 4 to 12 FIRST AID AE-SST-01 First aid level 1 2 5 to 10 AE-SST-01R First aid level 1 - Refresher 1 5 to 10 AE-SST-02 First aid level 2 5 5 to 10 AE-SST-02R First aid level 2 - Refresher 2 5 to 10 AE-SST-03 Use of a defibrillator 1 5 to 10 WORK AT HEIGHT AE-HAU-01 Safety of work at height 1 2 to 6 AE-HAU-02 Working on scaffolding 1 4 to 12 AE-HAU-03 Erection and checking of scaffolding 1 4 to 12 AE-HAU-04 Rescue and evacuation at height 2 5 to 12 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com
    • TRAINING COURSES 2010 Duration Participants (in days) 5 DEFENSIVE DRIVING LIGHT VEHICLE AE-DRIV-01 Light vehicles - Theory 1 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-01-01 Light vehicles - Practical 1 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-01R Light vehicles - Refresher 0.5 1 to 4 4 WD AE-DRIV-02 Light vehicles - Offroad - Theory 1 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-02-01 Light vehicles - Offroad - Practical 1 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-02R Light vehicles - Offroad - Refresher 0.5 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-03 Offroad driving - Mud - Theory 1 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-03-01 Offroad driving - Mud - Practical 1 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-03R Offroad driving - Mud - Refresher 0.5 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-04 Offroad driving - Desert/Sand - Theory 1 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-04-01 Offroad driving - Desert/Sand - Practical 1 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-04R Offroad driving - Desert/Sand - Refresher 0.5 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-05 Offroad driving - Snow - Theory 1 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-05-01 Offroad driving - Snow - Practical 1 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-05R Offroad driving - Snow - Refresher 0.5 1 to 4 HEAVY VEHICLES AE-DRIV-06 Heavy non-articulated vehicles - Theory 1 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-06-01 Heavy non-articulated vehicles - Practical 1 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-06R Heavy non-articulated vehicles - Refresher 0.5 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-07 Heavy articulated vehicles - Theory 1 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-07-01 Heavy articulated vehicles - Practical 2 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-07R Heavy articulated vehicles - Refresher 0.5 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-08 Buses - Coaches - Theory 1 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-08-01 Buses - Coaches - Practical 1 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-08R Buses - Coaches - Refresher 0.5 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-09 Emergency vehicles - Theory 1 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-09-01 Emergency vehicles - Practical 2 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-09R Emergency vehicles - Refresher 0.5 1 to 4 OTHERS AE-DRIV-10 Convoy leader 1 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-11 Preparation for an isolated mission 2 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-12 ECO-driving 2 2 to 10 ASSESSOR AE-DRIV-13 Driving assessor - Light vehicles 5 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-13R Driving assessor - Light vehicles - Refresher 1,5 2 to 10 AE-DRIV-14 Driving assessor - Off-road vehicles (pre-requisite DRIV-13) 1,5 2 to 4 AE-DRIV-14R Driving assessor - Off-road vehicles - Refresher 1,5 2 to 4 AE-DRIV-15 Driving assessor - Heavy vehicles (pre-requisite DRIV-13) 5 2 to 4 AE-DRIV-15R Driving assessor - Heavy vehicles - Refresher 1,5 2 to 4 AE-DRIV-16 Driving assessor / Trainer - Light vehicles 10 2 to 4 TRAINER AE-DRIV-17 Trainer - Light vehicles (pre-requisite DRIV-13) 6 2 to 6 AE-DRIV-17R Trainer - Light vehicles - Refresher 2 2 to 6 AE-DRIV-18 Trainer - Light vehicles (France and inter-company only) 5 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-19 Trainer - Off-road vehicles (pre-requisites DRIV-13 and DRIV-17) 1,5 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-19R Trainer - Off-road vehicles - Refresher 2 1 to 4 AE-DRIV-20 Trainer - Heavy articulated and non-articulated vehicles (pre-requisites DRIV-13 and DRIV-17) 5 1 to 3 AE-DRIV-20R Trainer - Heavy articulated and non-articulated vehicles - Refresher 2 1 to 3 www.aegide-vision.com formation@aegide-international.com