Offshore Safety Awareness

The Offshore Safety Awareness Modules provide a safety orientation for employees working on man-made islands, marine vessels, and oil/gas platforms in the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas.  Offshore Safety Awareness is designed to be 3 - 4 hours in length.

 

Module I: Introduction, Cultural Awareness and Operations is an introduction to the lifestyle and culture of Alaska Native people on the North Slope, the areas where offshore oil and gas operations are occurring, and the unique geography and weather conditions.

 

Module II: Offshore Travel emphasizes the procedures for safe offshore travel by ice road, helicopter,

crew boat or hovercraft.

 

Module III: Living and Working Safely Offshore describes the unique offshore living conditions and

emphasizes how to work safely on man-made islands, marine vessels, and drilling platforms.

 

Module IV: Offshore Environmental Concerns emphasizes the importance of personal responsibility in following environmental rules and regulations to minimize the effects of offshore oil/gas drilling.

 

 
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