API RP T-1-2016 pdf download

API RP T-1-2016 pdf download

API RP T-1-2016 pdf download.Creating Orientation Programs for Personnel Going Offshore.
3 Training Responsibilities and Records Employers are responsible for training their employees. Documentation of training shall be maintained for employees. Training topics are dependent on worker duties and regulations applicable to the facility location. Prior to the employee’s assignment, the employer shall evaluate training needs, including as a minimum each of topics below, and communicate to each employee whether these topics or additional topics are required: a) hazard communication (HAZCOM) and Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS); b) Helicopter Underwater Egress Training (HUET) and offshore water survival; c) Safety and Environmental Management System (SEMS) training; d) marine trash and debris (as described in BSEE NTL No. 201 2-G01 ); e) job-specific training, skills, and knowledge verification including, but not limited to — API 2D rigger training, — API 2D crane operator training, — NFPA 70E, — fall protection, — hot work, — respiratory protection, — confined space entry and attendant, and — hazardous energy control, lock-out/tag-out. 4 Required Credentials The employer shall be responsible for ensuring that the employee has required credentials in his or her possession. Some examples of required credentials are as follows. a) b) c) Government-issued photo ID is required for all helicopter transportation. Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) card is required for certain facilities. Other credentials can be required based on the facility, operator, and job classification such as the following: — crane operator and rigger certification based on API 2D,
6.2 6.2.1 Shorebase to the Offshore Facility Helicopter Transportation Prior to going offshore for the first time, employees shall be given instructions including, but not limited to, the following. a) Define authority of the pilot. b) Describe manifest and weighing procedures. c) State safe helicopter approach procedures, including making eye contact with the pilot, tail rotor hazards, and lightweight items that can be blown away or into the rotors. d) Outline loading and unloading procedures, including use of approved life jackets, seating arrangements, seat belts, rules regarding headgear, luggage, cargo, procedures for handling long objects, and routes of egress. e) State rules pertaining to pollution prevention and smoking. f) Outline rules of safe conduct in flight. g) Outline emergency procedures, inflight, and emergency landing. 6.2.2 Boat Transportation Prior to going offshore for the first time, employees shall be given instructions including, but not limited to, the following. a) Define authority of the boat captain. b) Describe passenger manifest procedures. c) Outline safe loading procedures, including use of U.S. Coast Guard–approved personal flotation devices (PFDs), seating arrangements, luggage, and cargo. d) State rules pertaining to pollution prevention and smoking. e) Outline rules of safe conduct during transit. f) Describe safe unloading procedures, including swing ropes and/or personnel baskets, and handling of materials. If possible, demonstrate the use of swing ropes at the offshore disembarkation point. g) Outline emergency procedures. 7 Site-specific Orientation at the Offshore Facility 7.1 General The facility operator shall establish procedures for the person in charge, or that person’s representative, to receive new personnel and conduct the offshore facility-specific orientation. The person in charge of the facility shall have a formal title that is conveyed to each person on the facility.
7.2 Site Overview and Expectations The facility-specific orientation should include the following topics as a minimum: a) person in charge of the facility and delegated authority, b) person(s) authorized to stop work in progress because of unsafe conditions, c) the person ultimately responsible re-starting jobs that were stopped due to unsafe conditions, d) facility overview for each level or deck including stairs and emergency travel routes, e) emergency alarms and response procedures, f) muster locations, g) assigned life raft or other escape equipment, h) living quarter and bed or bunk assignment, i) j) eating arrangements, transportation expectations, k) smoking areas, l) classified areas and designated hot work areas.

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