RVK Basic Course focusing on AoC

About the course

The course provides a general and relatively comprehensive introduction to the regulations, and how these should be understood and applied.

In addition, the course provides a good understanding of responsibilities, roles and employee participation in the practice of the AoC system (Acknowledgement of Compliance).

TARGET GROUPS  

  • Contractors
  • Acknowledgement of Compliance, Section 17 of the Framework Regulations, suited for both operating personnel on mobile installations and personnel in the operating companies who participate in AoC applications.

AGENDA  

Day 1: 09:00 – 16:00

Introduction to the RVK programme
Session 1: Regulations - historical development and background
Session 2: Structures and roles
Session 3: The Framework Regulations
Session 4: The Management Regulations

Day 2: 09:00 – 16:00

Session 5: Working environment and health
Session 6: AoC in practice
Session 7: Competence and operational requirements
Session 8: Emergency preparedness and the external environment

COURSE CONTENTS

  • Brief historical overview of events and milestones that have led to the development of a comprehensive and coordinated set of rules and regulations for the petroleum industry.
  • An overview of structures and contents and the differences between regulations and guidelines.
  • Roles and responsibilities (including: the obligated party, the duty to ensure compliance and employee participation)
  • HSE-related management, risk and risk reduction (the management loop, change processes, HSE culture, etc.)
  • Different types of regulatory requirements (common requirements, multidisciplinary and supplementary requirements, functional requirements and detailed requirements) and fulfilment of these

LITERATURE

Regulations, with guidelines, applicable in petroleum activities offshore:

Contact us

Ingrid Engelsen
BI Norwegian Business School
Tel: +47 98251716
E-mail: ingrid.engelsen@bi.no

Visiting Address:
BI - campus Stavanger
Hesbygata 5
4014 Stavanger
Norway

Practical information

Registration 5-6 November 2018

This course is taught in English language. However, Norwegian speaking participants may receive handouts in Norwegian language from fall 2018. Please write in message field of registration form, if preferred.