This course covers some of the most important responsibilities of the PTW Coordinator with the help of a scenario to understand the important points to be remembered before issuing a permit. Scenario will be taken from an FPSO (Floating Production Storage and Offloading) and will be discussed upon.

The session will be covered over 2 days, 2 hours, Per day and will cover the following

Day Topics
Day – 1
Introduction to Safe Systems of Work – Permit To Work (PTW)
(Definition of a PTW, Types of PTW, Purpose of a PTW)
Case Study – Piper Alpha
(What went Wrong on Piper Alpha)
A look into Isolations
(What are isolation and why do we need them, Type of isolations)
A detailed look into Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO)
(What is LOTO, Types of LOTO devices, When is LOTO applied)
A detailed look into Mechanical Isolations
(Introduction to Mechanical Isolations, Roles and Responsibilities, Types of Isolations)
Day – 2
How to handle SIMOPS (Simultaneous Operations)
(What is SIMOPS, Typical offshore activities which occur Simultaneously, The need for SIMOPS Initiation and Planning)
What is Permit Audit
Importance of PTW Coordination Meeting
Case Study – FPSO Activity on PTW

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    Our Tutor:

    The Trainer has over twenty years of experience in heavy construction and engineering which have been in the field of Health, Safety & Environment. Have strong supervisory and management skills, complemented by extensive experience from various internationally recognized organizations.

    His job experience has been in high-risk environments such as drilling and well servicing structures, onshore & offshore construction, installation of fixed and floating offshore oil & gas energy related Jackets, Topsides, Spar hulls, Oil Platforms and Flash Gas Compression Barge, Dynamically Positioned Semi – Submersible Drilling Rig, Floating, production, storage and offloading unit (FPSO), Permit coordination ,pre-commissioning ,commissioning of power transmission & Distribution units and High Voltage Substations, Heavy Modules & Equipment transportation and Load out, sail out and hook up preparation. Provides training in advanced safety concepts. Few of the major companies he worked with are Lamprell Energy, SBM Offshore, Nuclear Fuel Complex India, Siemens Germany and Emirates Airlines. He is well up to date on international standards and have continually upgraded qualifications and trainings throughout the career.


    He keeps industry professional well up to date on international standards and have seeks to continuously upgrade his qualifications and trainings throughout his career. So far he has completed more than 1400+ NEBOSH IGC batches worldwide, 20 Nebosh Oil and Gas Batches, 15 Nebosh International Fire Certificates, 100+ IOSH Managing / Working Safety courses. He comes enriched with a wealth of training and work experience in the field of Oil & Gas, Aviation, Hospitality and a lot more with a proven and unmatched track record of consistent high pass percentage results.