Helideck Emergency Response Team Leader
Aim & Objective (Overview)
The aim and objectives of the Helideck Emergency Response Team Leader Training programme are:
(1) HERTLs to understand the importance of pre-planning for and the main elements of the response requirement for a range of helideck and helicopter
(2) HERTLs to understand the importance of emergency response practice via onshore training and offshore drills.
(3) HERTLs to understand the requirement for different types of emergency response systems and controls.
(4) Understand how the limited emergency response capability on an NUI can affect NUI helideck emergency response.
(5) The roles and responsibilities of both the HERTL and the Helideck Emergency Response Team during a helicopter-related emergency.
(6) Understanding the human factors issues during emergencies and how to manage them.
(7) Leading the Helideck Emergency Response Team during a range of typical helideck simulated emergency scenarios – some of which involve live fires,
in a safe and controlled manner.
The target group for Helideck Emergency Response Team Leader Training programme is personnel who are to be appointed to the role of a Helideck
Emergency Response Team Leader (HERTL).
The prerequisites for this training programme are:
a) A valid OPITO Helideck Operations Initial Training certificate
b) A valid OPITO Helideck Emergency Response Team Member Certificate or a valid Helideck Emergency Response Team Member Further Certificate
c) A valid Radio Operators Certificate of Competence (ROCC) – UKCS Operations only
Module 1 Helideck Emergency Response Preparedness
Element 1.1 Helideck emergency response pre-planning
Element 1.2 Helideck and helicopter emergency systems and controls
Module 2 NUI HERTL Emergency Response
Element 2.1 NUI emergency response requirements
Module 3 Leading and Controlling Helideck Emergency Response
Element 3.1 HERTL emergency response responsibilities and requirements
Element 3.2 Practical Exercises for the HERTL
The optimum ‘contact time’ for Helideck Emergency Response Team Member Training programme is 26 hours (3 ¼ days).
Method of Assessment of Performance
Delegates will be assessed against a series of learning outcomes using direct observation and oral and/or written questions as appropriate.
QISC approved certification valid for 2 years.
All personnel who participate in practical activities specified in this standard must be physically and mentally capable of participating fully. All students
will be asked to complete a Qatar International Safety Centre standard medical questionnaire prior to course commencement.
Venue (Training Location)
Qatar International Safety Centre
Gate 9, Street 45
Salwa Industrial Area
PO BOX 23651
Dates & Cost
Please contact us direct for availability & costs:
Tel: +974 4450 1223
Fax: +974 4450 1220