Management of Change
Incidents can occur when changes are made to equipment, activities, procedures and processes withoutre-evaluation of potential impacts.Operational changes can increase risks which may require additional control measures to prevent damage to equipment, environment, personnel and reputation.This explains how to manage operational change effectively. through an easy interactive elearning course.
- Identifying change
- Consultation with stakeholders
- Hazard identification
- Risk assessment
- Revised control measures
- Documenting changes
- Approvals and authorisations
- Distribution of approved changes
Operational changes that are not documented and assessed correctly can have serious implications to operations. It is recommended that all those who are involved in offshore oil and gas operations complete this course to have an understanding of the process.
Participants may include but are not limited to the following:
- Client Representatives
- Offshore Managers
- ROV Pilot/Technicians/Supervisors
- Field Engineers
- Project Engineers
- Offshore Representatives
- Project Managers
- Operations Managers
- Vessel Managers
There are no prerequisites for this course
Assessment is by a variety of interactive and multiple choice tests which are completed as participant’s progress through the online chapters of each course.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be issued with a certificate from UEL.
All certificates issued by UEL can be verified by searching the online database by entering the certificate number at http://www.underwaterengineering.com/certificate-verification/
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