Introduction to Subsea Isolations

This course has been developed to enhance diver safety when working near potential sources of stored energy, providing essential knowledge and awareness of surrounding subsea isolations.

Due to diving incidents regarding unplanned hydrocarbon releases, and potential injury to personnel during subsea intervention projects in the oil and gas industry, this course has been developed to enhance diver safety when working near potential sources of stored energy.


The course will provide all persons involved with diving and subsea operations an awareness of the principles of subsea isolations from planning to completion, both from platform control room to the subsea work site.

 

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ONLINE Introduction to Subsea Isolations  TBC  TBC Online £985 +VAT BOOK NOW

 

 

 

 

 

Our online course comprises of:

   
Entry requirement Candidates should be experienced within the oil and gas industry and be familiar with the concept of isolations and potential for stored energy. Typical candidates would be diving supervisors, client reps, platform control room operators, subsea engineers, platform OIM, DSV OPM, client PM and anyone with a duty of care as per DWR 1997.
Certification On completion of the course, each student is issued with an JFD certificate of competence.
Course length 2 days
Delivery

Live webinar and JFD online training platform 

No students
  • Max 6
  • Limited number of students, allows more time with the trainer
Course dates Provided on request

This training course has been designed to provide candidates with the general principle of isolation, where the removal of hazards or sources of energy can be confirmed to provide adequate disconnection of that system, from any potential source of further energy.


This course has been developed to enhance diver safety when working near potential sources of stored energy, in response to diving incidents regarding unplanned hydrocarbon releases, and injury to personnel during subsea intervention projects in the oil and gas industry.


The course will provide all persons involved with diving and subsea operations, an awareness of the principles of subsea isolations from planning to completion, both from a platform control room to the subsea work site. The syllabus examines previous examples in the offshore environment and identifies potential work place hazards, teaching industry approved control measures including legislation and guidance.

  • Management of Isolations
  • Legal Considerations
  • Safe Systems of Work for Isolations
  • Key Stages of Process Isolations
  • Isolation Situations that Require Specific Consideration
  • Understand the Basics of Production and Workover Systems
  • Barrier Testing Equipment
  • Barrier testing process for standard DBB
  • Passing valves and leak off rates
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