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Release date: 31 May 2016
JFD invests in enhancements to popular Client Representative course
JFD, the leading global subsea operations and engineering company, is delighted to announce the launch of their newly updated Client Representative course which includes an additional module, run by its National Hyperbaric Centre in Aberdeen.
The course is expanding its relevance and practical application within the industry. National Hyperbaric Centre is already taking bookings for the first course which is to be conducted on the 6 June 2016 in Aberdeen.
A full day of the course will now be dedicated to the new ‘Incident Investigation’ module, based on the UK Health and Safety Executive Guidance note HSG 245. The module will take students through an interactive and participative day focussing on: why we investigate, what should we investigate, the elements of a successful investigation, the movement from crisis management to scene preservation, the collection of evidence, and how to get the best evidence from witnesses. The course will then look at closing out an investigation, completion of a Root Cause Analysis and the creation of SMART actions.
All National Hyperbaric Centre Client Rep courses going forward will include the new module which will ensure candidates receive thorough training to best prepare them for their role within the industry. National Hyperbaric Centre Training Manager, Mark Cooper, said:
“We are delighted to offer this new module which has been developed alongside Ian Birnie, Director at PERM Ltd, who has been training Root Cause Analysis for the past 4-5 years. We are constantly looking for ways to improve our courses at the National Hyperbaric Centre and this change has been implemented in direct response to the feedback of previous students and our partners in the Oil and Gas Sector.”
The National Hyperbaric Centre is expecting a high level of interest in the course which will be regularly scheduled in Aberdeen and Singapore as well as South Africa – a new location for the National Hyperbaric Centre.
For more information and bookings, contact Neil Adam on +44(0)1224 698 895+44(0)1224 698 895 or email email@example.com