CSL Project Services Announce Training Dates for 2015
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09 February 2015
The project services division of Aberdeen based firm, CSL, located at Geo House on Commerce Street is pleased to announce new dates for its industry-leading training courses: Knowledge of UK Legislation and HSE and Worksite Representative Roles Responsibilities and Recommended Practice.
Knowledge of UK Legislation and HSE
and 11th February 2015 – places available
12th and 13th May 2015
25th and 26th August 2015
10th and 11th November 2015
Worksite Representative Roles Responsibilities and Recommended Practice
and 13th February 2015 – places available
14th and 15th May 2015
27th and 28th August 2015
12th and 13th November 2015
The courses run for two days each, and can be taken separately or combined. Both courses are aimed at Offshore Client Representatives, Project Managers, Engineers, Safety Officers, and others involved in the selection of personnel and execution of offshore construction projects and those others who simply want an overview of UK offshore legislation.
Sarah Hutcheon, Project Services Manager, is enthusiastic about the importance of staff development, even in the current financial climate: "Both courses are essential to the industry, required for all people going offshore in the roles mentioned. CSL’s team of industry experts has been providing these courses for a number of years, and we are delighted to be offering them again in 2015. We understand that budgets are tight, and we believe that our courses offer excellent quality and good value for money when it comes to this important training qualification.”
The Knowledge of UK Legislation and HSE – Awareness course is designed to meet the requirements of the ‘Knowledge of Legislation’ and ‘Health, Safety and Environmental Awareness’ competences in relation to Offshore Subsea Construction, Diving and ROV Operations as recommended in the Oil & Gas UK (UKOOA) document, Offshore Operations Committee Guidance on Client Representative Competence. It provides ‘INS’ level competence, as defined in the guidance document.
HSE and Worksite Representative Roles Responsibilities and Recommended Practice is based on the main legislation, codes, and regulations for the subsea environment including Oil & Gas UK (UKOOA) Guidance on Client Representative Competence and instruction of application of Recommended Practices.