OSALP carried out the DDC at the Zamzama gas plant for BHPB. Two sessions of DDC were conducted with practical commentary drive for each participant. Excellent feedback was received both for the trainer and for the course material, videos and presentation.
PMI participants attended this session at OSALP training facility in Lahore and were trained in basic forklift operation, safe lifting as well as maintenance.
PDO Oman had asked MB Petroleum to assess all their HSE staff from a third part company. OSALP was contracted by MB to carry out the assessment. More than 12 HSE staff were assessed and the feedback was provided to MBPS.
A series of HSE courses were conducted for PTC. Other than First Aid and Fire Fighting a special course for motorbike riding was also conducted for PTC staff who use bikes for personal and company business. The course was well received with excellent feedback for the trainer.
The objective of this course was to train the HSE staff in latest blended learning. This included technical, creative and action learning that can be used to train staff in HSE. 12 participants successfully completed the training. The participants who attended the course were from different countries including Pakistan, Syria, Angola, United Kingdom, Kuwait, Egypt, Algeria, India, France and Indonesia.
OSALP was given a contract to train Mobilink Auditors in these Essential HSE trainings in Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi. The training was the latest one from OSALP which was in line with American Heart Association latest CPR and first Aid guidelines. Excellent feedback and comments were received from all three locations.
The course was conducted at Adhi-PPL facility. The fire tenders’ drives were trained in completed safe operations of the truck as well as in Emergency response. Very positive feedback was received from the participants of this course.
OSALP conducted this 4 days of exclusive training for Sprint. The trainings included the latest 13 modules for effective HSE management for the HSE staff.
OSALP conducted defensive Driving Course for the ambulance drivers of Dr Arshad Associates in Islamabad. The course was a very special one as it deals with the ambulance being driven in emergency situations. Special care had been taken to train ambulance drivers to avoid accidents while driving a patient and to drive defensively without creating panic and more hazards on the road and at the same time reaching in minimum possible time to the required medical facility.
The incident investigation course deals with not only soft skills but also technical skills. OSALP conducted this course for Lalpir Power plant and included all aspects of investigation including gathering evidence, interviewing skills to identifying the root cause, and formulating professional report for the client.
OSALP was contracted by a top oil service company of Egypt to in this important session for their supervisors and managers in various aspects of managing HSE in the company. The course modules included the latest recommendations and tools from SPE and behavioural scientist like E Scot Geller. The 3 days course received more than excellent feedback.
With the rising oil and gas activity in Qatar, OSALP was asked to conduct a session for 15 Managers of and Oil Company. The course included modules on how to monitor and evaluate HSE data, show leadership and use managers’ influence on long sustaining performance of HSE.
After finalizing HSE MS for MBPS, OSALP is running these courses for MBPS wihch explain the purpose of HSE MS, various components, tools that can be used to implement HSE MS and incident investigation for High Potential Near Misses. The course elaborates the 32 sub-elements of the HSE MS and is rated very high by the MBPS managers.
Safety Leadership Training leads to a safe and productive workplace through a customized, targeted solution for organizational leadership. This was the purpose of the OSALP specially designed course for Weatherford Pakistan. Leaders were made award that people in the organization watch their leaders and show the same behavior as them. Therefore, in order to improve the safety culture leaders must project the right behavior in all aspects.