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    OCIMF - Competence Assurance Guidelines For F(P)SOs

    £175.00
    This publication sets out the basic skills and knowledge requirements for safe operation of F(P)SO installations and the training and assessment of F(P)SO personnel to meet them. It has been produced by OCIMF in cooperation with the Marine Safety Sub-Committee of The International Association of Oil and Gas Procedures (OGP) and with OGP’s endorsement.
    ISBN: 9781905331345
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    Published January 2009

    Author: Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF)

    This publication provides guidelines to assist F(P)SO Managers in achieving and maintaining the highest practical standards of competence for F(P)SO operations personnel. The guidelines are installation specific, not company generic. This means that if a company has multiple F(P)SOs then the whole range of activities will need to be carried out for each unit.

    The purpose of this guide is to enable F(P)SO Managers to:

    • Develop an effective Competency Assurance Program
    • Develop a concept for competency assessment that meets each company's needs based upon their own site organisation structure
    • Determine the competencies required for each Level of F(P)SO personnel
    • Assess the competence of each member of the F(P)SO operations personnel
    • Assist establish the training needs for each member of the F(P)SO personnel
    • Establish the required experience and knowledge for safe operations, based upon the Competency Assessment Tables.

    Table of Contents

    Section 1 – Implementation Guidelines
    1.1 General
    1.2 Getting Started
    1.3 F(P)SO Personnel and Competency Levels
    1.4 Customising and the Guidelines
    1.5 Responsibilities Ownership and Stewardship



    Section 2 – Functional Analysis
    2.1 Index of Functions, Units and Elements
    2.2 Analysis Tree



    Section 3 – Assessors and Verifiers
    3.1 Appointment and Training of Assessors
    3.2 Appointment and Training of Verifiers



    Section 4 – Criticality Assessment
    4.1 General
    4.2 Performing a Criticality Assessment
    4.3 Criticality Assessment



    Section 5 – Competence Assessment Tables
    5.1 General Principle
    5.2 Developing Competency Assessment Tables
    5.3 Verification and Approval
    5.4 Revalidation Process
    5.5 Overview



    Section 6 – Assessment Guidance
    6.1 General
    6.2 Observation
    6.3 Questioning
    6.4 Written Test
    6.5 Oral Test
    6.6 Assessment Expertise
    6.7 Records
    6.8 Overview



    Section 7 – Competence Record Book
    7.1 Overview Model Competence Record Book
    7.2 Record Sheets



    Section 8 – Training Guidance
    8.1 General
    8.2 Determining Individual’s Training Needs
    8.3 Training Strategy
    8.4 Overview



    Appendix 1 – Model Competence Record Book
    Appendix 2 – Worked example of Criticality Assessment
    Appendix 3 – CATs (Competence Assessment Tables)



    System 1 – Produced Fluid Inlet
    System 2 – Fluid Separation
    System 3 – Gas Handling
    System 4 – Produced Water Injection
    System 5 – Well Test Measurement
    System 6 – Auxiliary Systems
    System 7 – Emergency Situations/Personnel Safety
    System 8 – Ballast System
    System 9 – Navigation Systems
    System 10 – Corrosion Systems
    System 11 – Hydrocarbon Systems
    System 12 – Export Systems

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    Published January 2009

    Author: Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF)

    This publication provides guidelines to assist F(P)SO Managers in achieving and maintaining the highest practical standards of competence for F(P)SO operations personnel. The guidelines are installation specific, not company generic. This means that if a company has multiple F(P)SOs then the whole range of activities will need to be carried out for each unit.

    The purpose of this guide is to enable F(P)SO Managers to:

    • Develop an effective Competency Assurance Program
    • Develop a concept for competency assessment that meets each company's needs based upon their own site organisation structure
    • Determine the competencies required for each Level of F(P)SO personnel
    • Assess the competence of each member of the F(P)SO operations personnel
    • Assist establish the training needs for each member of the F(P)SO personnel
    • Establish the required experience and knowledge for safe operations, based upon the Competency Assessment Tables.

    Table of Contents

    Section 1 – Implementation Guidelines
    1.1 General
    1.2 Getting Started
    1.3 F(P)SO Personnel and Competency Levels
    1.4 Customising and the Guidelines
    1.5 Responsibilities Ownership and Stewardship



    Section 2 – Functional Analysis
    2.1 Index of Functions, Units and Elements
    2.2 Analysis Tree



    Section 3 – Assessors and Verifiers
    3.1 Appointment and Training of Assessors
    3.2 Appointment and Training of Verifiers



    Section 4 – Criticality Assessment
    4.1 General
    4.2 Performing a Criticality Assessment
    4.3 Criticality Assessment



    Section 5 – Competence Assessment Tables
    5.1 General Principle
    5.2 Developing Competency Assessment Tables
    5.3 Verification and Approval
    5.4 Revalidation Process
    5.5 Overview



    Section 6 – Assessment Guidance
    6.1 General
    6.2 Observation
    6.3 Questioning
    6.4 Written Test
    6.5 Oral Test
    6.6 Assessment Expertise
    6.7 Records
    6.8 Overview



    Section 7 – Competence Record Book
    7.1 Overview Model Competence Record Book
    7.2 Record Sheets



    Section 8 – Training Guidance
    8.1 General
    8.2 Determining Individual’s Training Needs
    8.3 Training Strategy
    8.4 Overview



    Appendix 1 – Model Competence Record Book
    Appendix 2 – Worked example of Criticality Assessment
    Appendix 3 – CATs (Competence Assessment Tables)



    System 1 – Produced Fluid Inlet
    System 2 – Fluid Separation
    System 3 – Gas Handling
    System 4 – Produced Water Injection
    System 5 – Well Test Measurement
    System 6 – Auxiliary Systems
    System 7 – Emergency Situations/Personnel Safety
    System 8 – Ballast System
    System 9 – Navigation Systems
    System 10 – Corrosion Systems
    System 11 – Hydrocarbon Systems
    System 12 – Export Systems

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