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Minimum Training Requirements BP Orientation Requirements

History of SafeGulf
Contractors asked for a process to minimize training due to turn over rates Operators were asked to support the effort by the contractors
SafeGulf received support from BP, ChevronTexaco, ExxonMobil, and Shell.

Solution proposed to address industry-wide security concerns, and to standardize training/orientation.

SafeGulf Advisory Group


BP Dean Rayburn ChevronTexaco Tim Elsen ExxonMobil Milton Bell GCS&T Steve Langlinais IADC John Auth ICP Contractors Gary Lopiccolo OMSA Ken Wells Safety Council - NO Sonny Hedges Shell Jim Shackelford

Operator Subcommittee Bill Walker


Contractor Subcommittee Chad Comeaux

SafeGulf vs BP Orientation
SafeGulf sets a minimum understanding of regulatory HSSE requirements BP and all other operators will still require the contractors to complete operator specific offshore orientations

Important Note
This is the absolute minimum training needed to work offshore for BP, ChevronTexaco, ExxonMobil and Shell.

Includes all contract personnel going offshore.


Not required for shorebase operations.

Not required for BP personnel

Minimum Training Requirements


All offshore contractors must be trained in the following topics prior to working on operators property: Accident Prevention Signs & Tags Blood borne Pathogens (Awareness) Confined Space (Awareness) Lockout/Tagout Drug & Alcohol (Awareness) Electrical Safety (Non Electrical Worker) Fall Protection (Awareness) Fire Prevention and Portable Fire Extinguisher Hazard Communication & HAZWOPER (Awareness) Walking Working Surfaces (Awareness)
Offshore Orientation and Evacuation Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) & Respiratory Protection (Awareness) Marine Debris (Awareness) Permitting (Awareness) Prevention of Workplace Violence Incident Reporting and Investigation (Awareness) Hand Safety (Awareness) Back Injury Prevention Intervention & Behavioral Safety (Awareness)

Job Safety and Environmental Analysis

Underline Operator Requirement vs. Regulatory requirements

BP Requirements for Contractors Going Offshore


Offshore orientation BP Golden Rules Stop the Job video and expectation Lifting Immersion and Current Immersions Validation of current water survival EMS General Security Awareness (to be part of helicopter video long term) Marine Trash and Debris (with valid Safe Gulf Card not required)
2.5 - 3 hours

Will be required to have Safe Gulf Card

Options for Obtaining SafeGulf Cards


Attend a SafeGulf equivalent class and pass with 70% grade. Test-Out Option - Individuals passing the 100 question test (80% passing grade) by a SafeGulf accredited training provider.
If an individual fails, he/she must attend the SafeGulf Course provided by a SafeGulf accredited training provider.

BP is not a SafeGulf Provider and will not train contractors or BP personnel in SafeGulf curriculum

Program Compliance Options


SafeGulf Accreditation
Reciprocal Programs Testout

Reciprocal Programs
SafeGulf equivalent programs Accredited Contractors Accredited Third Party Training Organizations IADC Rig Pass PEC OMSA (STCW95 or Basic)

SafeGulf Database
Third Party training providers can dump into the ISN database without being a member of ISN. Reciprocal Training providers will dump data fields into ISN at no charge. (PEC,ADC,IADC,OMSA?) Database Requirements:
Unique 12 digit identification number Photo Name Training Date Either last four digits of SS# or birth date.

Contractor ISN Subscriber


Option One: Send employees to an Accredited SafeGulf Training Center. Accredited SafeGulf Training Center sends ISNetworld your employees results.

Option Two: If your company is an Accredited Training Center, sign a data sharing agreement with ISN Software. Send your employees training results directly to ISNetworld.

SafeGulf Process
Non ISNetworld Subscribers
Option One: Send employees to an Accredited SafeGulf Training Center. Accredited SafeGulf Training Center sends ISNetworld your employees results.

Option Two: If your company is an Accredited Training Center, subscribe to ISNetworld and sign a data sharing agreement with ISN Software. Send your employees training results directly to ISNetworld.

Contractor ISN Non-Subscriber

SafeGulf Verification Process QuickCheck Verification

ID Cards/Labels

Tim Elsen

SafeGulf Card
What if someone does not have their SafeGulf card when they get to the shorebase? Can look up online from Id Number and picture ID. Exemptions will be managed as per each operators MOC Program.

Detailed Timeline
Shorebases set up and trained to review cards Shorebases start asking for cards, but no enforcement Full compliance and enforcement commences January 1, 2006 January 1, 2006 May 1, 2006

Detailed Guidance
www.safegulf.com