These are some of the jobs that we had completed in 2010. Due to confidentiality, the names of some of the clients and the jobs performed have not been mentioned in the Corporate History.
OSALP was contracted by Mari Gas in Islamabad to conduct a thorough session on the OHSAS 18000 and Risk Management course. The course was attended by the senior management of Mari Gas and was rated excellent by the participants. Group workshops and related videos made the course very informative and linked to Mari Gas operations.
OSALP conducted the above audit in detail with a thorough Remedial Work Plan. OSALP uses the Management System approach to finding out the gaps. The audit was given serious consideration by PepsiCo with almost all the action items acceptance.
Pakistan telecommunication Company Limited gave this project to OSALP. The training was attended by senior most leadership of PTCL. OSALP was rated as one of the best training companies among the lot by the participants.
OSALP conducted this training in Kish island of Iran. The training focused on preventing slips, trips and falls injuries in the oil workers working in bases and on oil rigs.
A 2 day session on Miscellaneous Safety and Health Topics was requested by PepsiCo Hattar Factory. The training was attended by 25 employees including the MD. The training was regarded as one of the best training employees had attended so far.
OSALP conducted Defensive Driving Course for multinational Oil Company in Abu-Dhabi. The training was conducted by a consortium of trainers from various part of the world including Pakistan, Australia, England and Syria. The training was attended by 50 participants from various countries of the world and was greatly appreciated by the participants. The training also included a Commentary Drive Session after the theoretical session.
OSALP designed a special package for the comprising of modules that would assist in managing the construction safety at Work. The modules included, Scaffolding Safety, Electrical Safety, and Management of Traffic, QHSE Management System and Identification of hazards and its control measures.
OSALP conducted a 3-day session on Safety Leadership in Dammam. The training was attended by 20 participants working on various rigs in Saudi Arabia. The training modules included 15 group workshops. Rather than focusing only on theory, the course provides real-life examples of real people who have used the processes to great effect, as well as examples of what happens when the processes are not used correctly.
OSALP conducted the training for group of workers deputed in carrying out inspections of containers for oil marketing companies.
Pakistan Tobacco Company requested OSALP to deliver specialised HSE skills training to around 200 of its employees. The training included topic like, Confined Space Entry, Hot Works, Working at Heights, Hazardous Works, Electrical Safety etc. OSALP used a specific methodological approach in conducting the training to ensure lasted learning and practical aspect that can assist workers in safely completing their jobs.
OSALP conducted a Train the Trainer Session for a multination oil service company in Qatar. The training was aimed in developing safety trainers to conducting in-house training sessions. OSALP was responsible to ensure that the trainers competence meet the internal standard defined for the company.
BOC Pakistan requested to design special training packages for their fire wardens to deal with any emergencies on their production site. OSALP designed the package which also includes a comprehensive practical drill by the fire wardens. Other than that OSALP also conducted a First Aid training followed up by a Defensive Driving Training session for their managers. The course was regarded as an excellent course for the participants.
OSALP designed a 2-day workshop for PPL which included practical accident investigation. The training also included practical training in which participants were taken out to investigate a road crash. Special placement of cars was made to ensure that participants get the experience to investigate in a real case situation. Participant’s also formulated reports and presented their investigation to the rest of the group. The best team was awarded a special certificate based on their performance in the investigation finding and reporting.