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NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas

NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas

Find out more about the NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety a leading oil and gas safety qualification recognised world-wide and available through ACT.

The NEBOSH Oil and Gas Certificate is suitable for those who work in all aspects of the oil and gas and connected industries and it is an excellent course for:

  • Managers, supervisors and worker representatives
  • Safety co-ordinators
  • Newly appointed safety advisors who work onshore or offshore

To study the NEBOSH Oil and Gas Certificate you will need a good understanding of general safety issues.  This can be from practical experience or from attendance on courses designed to provide this, for example the NEBOSH National General Certificate or NEBOSH International General Certificate, click the links.

The NEBOSH Oil and Gas Certificate qualification focuses on hydrocarbon process safety, so that you can effectively discharge workplace health and safety responsibilities both onshore and offshore throughout the world. It also highlights the importance of process safety management.

Topics include:

  • Hazards inherent in the extraction, storage and processing of raw materials and products
  • Hydrocarbon process safety
  • Fire protection and emergency response
  • Logistics and transport operations

You can study by attending a classroom course, involving face-to-face teaching in one of our excellent UK venues, in one of our international venues or we can provide similar courses at your premises through our in-house services covering the UK and international locations.

ACT has also authored and published in conjunction with RMS Publishing a study book for use for the NEBOSH Oil and Gas Certificate.

This essential guide addresses the shortage of good introductory books on fossil fuel process hazards.  It also offers a comprehensive text for those studying for the NEBOSH International Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety.

The book is comprehensive and well structured, with clear learning outcomes for each section.  It is also very readable for the non-specialist.  Within the first few pages you get into some real examples of major disasters such as Buncefield and Piper Alpha.  It is interesting and a powerful motivator to study what the rest of the book has to say about prevention.

Oil and Gas is a hazardous global industry.  So shouldn’t you have a health and safety qualification that’s recognized and respected worldwide?