Curso Tactical Emergency Casualty Care

Curso Tactical Emergency Casualty Care
TECC-SEMES Andalucia


lunes, 12 de junio de 2017

Requirements to be Remote, International Medicine and Offshore Medicine. OIL Industry BOSIET and FOET

Dr. Ramon Reyes Diaz, MD
Remote and International Medicine
Offshore Medicine

1. Medical License more than 5 years graduate 

2. Medical License Number and Insurance 

3. Passport

4. Seman´s Book

5. Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training (BOSIET)

This training program is designed to meet the initial offshore safety and emergency response training requirements for personnel new to the offshore oil & gas industry.
The OPITO-approved Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training (BOSIET) course provides students with a range of knowledge and skills relevant to working offshore and the proper emergency response procedures to include: safety induction, fire safety and self rescue, helicopter safety and escape, and sea survival inclusive of TEMPSC and first aid.
Course Length: 24 hrs

Course Price: ******
The Standard: The OPITO standards are a set of training and/or competence standards, produced and agreed by the offshore oil and gas industry covering a variety of offshore emergency response duties and occupational roles.
This course is accepted in most regions of the world where oil and gas industries operate.
Aim: The BOSIET will also equip students with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to respond appropriately in the event of an offshore emergency and to enhance their survivability through proper use of emergency equipment and procedures.
Course Objectives
The objectives of the BOSIET training are that students will be able to:
  • Identify the generic hazards which are specific to offshore oil & gas installations, potential risks associated with those hazards, and how controls are put in place to eliminate or reduce risks.
  • Identify key offshore related safety regulations and explain the basic safety management concepts.
  • Demonstrate, in a simulated environment, that they can use the safety equipment and follow procedures in preparing for, and during, helicopter emergencies - with particular focus on escaping from a helicopter following ditching.
  • Demonstrate sea survival and first aid techniques.
  • Demonstrate that they can effectively use basic firefighting equipment, and practice self-rescue techniques in low visibility situations, including smoke filled areas.
Topics Covered
MODULE 1 Learning Outcomes: Safety Induction
To successfully complete this module, students must be able to:
  • Identify the main offshore hazards and hazard effects/consequences; explain their associated risks, and how they are controlled.
  • Explain the potential environmental impact of offshore installation operations.
  • Identify key offshore installation safety regulations and explain the basic concept of these regulations.
  • Explain the principles of managing safety on offshore installations.
  • State the procedure for prescribed medicines offshore.
  • Explain the concept of alcohol and substance abuse policy.
  • Explain PPE requirements of working on an offshore installation.
  • Explain how to report incidents, accidents, and near misses on an offshore installation.
  • Explain the role of the offshore medic.
MODULE 2 Learning Outcomes: Helicopter Safety and Escape
To successfully complete this module, students must be able to demonstrate:
  • Donning an aviation transit suit, aviation lifejacket, and Emergency Breathing System (EBS) equipment and conducting EBS integrity checks.
  • Actions to take in preparation for a helicopter ditching and an emergency landing.
  • Actions following a controlled emergency descent to a dry landing with evacuation via a nominated exit.
  • Deployment, operation and breathing from the EBS in a pool utilizing personal air prior to Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET) exercises.
  • Actions following a controlled ditching on water (including deploying the EBS and, on instruction from aircrew, operation of a push out window) and evacuation through a nominated exit to an aviation life raft.
  • Assisting others where possible in carrying out initial actions on boarding the aviation life raft, including mooring lines, deploying the sea anchor, raising the canopy and raft maintenance.
  • Escaping through a window opening which is underwater, from a partially submerged helicopter.
  • Escaping through a window opening which is underwater, from a partially submerged helicopter utilizing EBS.
  • Escaping through a window opening which is underwater, from a partially submerged helicopter utilizing an EBS and operating a push-out window.
  • Escaping through a window opening which is underwater, from a capsized helicopter
  • Escaping through a window opening which is underwater, from a capsized helicopter utilizing EBS.
  • Escaping through a window opening which is underwater, from a capsized helicopter utilizing an EBS and operating a push-out window.
  • Inflating an aviation lifejacket and deploying a spray visor in water.
  • Boarding an aviation life raft from water.
MODULE 3 Learning Outcomes: Sea Survival and First Aid
To successfully complete this module, delegates must be able to demonstrate:
  • Donning of a permanent buoyancy lifejacket prior to use in an emergency.
  • The correct actions when mustering and boarding a survival craft (Totally Enclosed Motor Propelled Survival Craft: TEMPSC) as a passenger during launching operations.
  • Fitting of a helicopter strop and correct body posture during winching.
  • Individual and group sea survival techniques, to include: swimming, getting into Heat Escape Lessening Position (HELP), wave-slap protection, towing, chain, huddle and circle.
  • Boarding a marine life raft from the water.
  • Immediate first aid actions, to include: Airway Breathing & CPR (ABC).
MODULE 4 Learning Outcomes: Firefighting and Self-Rescue
To successfully complete this module, delegates must be able to demonstrate:
  • Correct use of hand-held portable fire extinguishers and which ones to use for different classes of fires.
  • Self-rescue techniques with a smoke hood from areas where visibility is reduced due to smoke.
  • Self-rescue techniques with a smoke hood from areas where visibility is completely obscured.
  • Small group escape techniques with a smoke hood from areas where visibility is completely obscured.
Training and assessment activities contained within this standard include physically demanding and potentially stressful elements. All personnel who participate in such activities must be physically and mentally capable of participating fully. Prior to participating in practical exercises, the student must be fit for training* and able to:
  • Hold their breath underwater for 10 seconds.
  • Move through water using their arms.
  • Wear and use a lifejacket and survival suit in a pool.
  • Re-breathe using an EBS for up to 30 seconds.
  • Sit in class for up to 60 minutes per session.
  • Step into a pool from a height of 1m / 3.2ft.
  • Use upper body muscles (lifting and pulling actions)when climbing in/out of a life raft.
  • Lift and operate a 12 kg / 26.5 lbs. fire extinguisher.
  • Wear a smoke hood in a potentially warm environment.
*Safety First: Safety Management Systems (SMS)regards your safety first and suggests the following: Candidates that are concerned with  participating in practical exercises due to current or pre-existing medical conditions should consult their primary care provider prior to the onset of the training program as to the nature and extent of the training.
All students must produce the following prior to the onset of training:
  • Valid (photographic) government identification
Written exam: Students will be required to take a 30-minute written test at the end of Module 1 as a method of checking that they have met all the Module 1 learning outcomes. It is an open-book test. A minimum test score of 80% is required.
SMS staff will deliver a series of explanations and demonstrations to deliver the BOSIET program. Delegates will be assessed against the learning outcomes specified by using direct observation, oral, and written questions
SMS staff will identify any gaps in students' learning and make reasonable effort to address the gaps to help students meet the learning outcomes.
Attendance Requirements: Daily attendance and 100% participation of each module is required to obtain BOSIET certification.
Course Administration: Each registrant will be registered with the Central Register (CR) operated by OPITO.
Retraining: Every four years (reference FOET).
Location: Only offered at our Lafayette location.

6. Advanced Cardiac Life Support-AHA

7. ATLS/PHTLS Trauma Course

8. OSHA Injury/ Illnes Initial Record Managment

9. MLC 2006 Medical Certificate

10. Full english speaker

11. Training (Instructor) CPR-AED, First Aid. 

12. knowledge of hygiene inspection

13. Air Medical Evacuation Training MEDEVAC

Air Medicial Medicine MEDEVAC
 This program is available to those that are seeking advancement into air ambulance transportation. Medical Personnel that qualify to perform air ambulance transport will find this course informative and direct. This class follows the DOT 40-hour program and is one day of class with homework to return.

To take this course

14. Safety Audit

15. Knolege about develop MERP Medical Evacuation Response Plans

Ship Drill Rig Offshore 

16. Multicultural Knolege 

17. Tropical Medicine

18. Alcohol and Drug Tets

19. International Medicine

20. excellent fitness

22. To work offshore USA the Visa B1 OCS

B-1/OCS visas are issued to crewmembers of international vessels operating on the Outer Continental Shelf or Gulf of Mexico for more than 29 days.  In determining who qualifies for the B-1/OCS visa, Consular Officers take into consideration the individual’s responsibilities and activities on the ship, shipyard, or platform.
How To Apply   
To apply, please comply with the Nonimmigrant Visa Application ProceduresB-1/OCS applicants must select C1/D as their purpose of travel on the DS-160 application form.  The applicant should bring these documents to the interview in case the consular officer requests to see them.    
  1. Letter from the U.S. Coast Guard granting an exemption from the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act Amendments in accordance with 33 CFR 141
  2. Seafarer’s Identification and Record Book (SIRB) issued by the Philippine Department of Transportation and Communication’s Maritime Authority (MARINA) 
  3. Seafarer’s Registration Card (SRC) issued by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), with attached signed photo
  4. First page of the original valid Overseas Employment Commission Certification (OEC) issued by the POEA or a POEA in-house processed OEC issued by certified agencies
  5. Seafarer recruitment agency guarantee letter with signature and all appropriate information; each seafarer must be issued an individual guarantee letter with each application. 
  6. Employment history – applicant’s job experience from age 21 up to present 
  7. All seaman’s books that have expired in the past ten years and any additional seaman’s book or passport which contains a U.S. visa 
  8. Signed and valid contract of employment in POEA format 
  9. Original Basic Safety Course (BSC) training certificate with Personal Safety and Social Responsibility (PSSR) (photocopies are not accepted) 
  10. College transcripts and diplomas (first-time seafarers) 
  11. Certifications of training (first-time seafarers) 
  12. Employment certification letters from previous employers (first-time seafarers)
  13. For seafarers taking unusual or uncommon seafaring positions, seafarer recruitment agencies must provide a complete job description and indicate whether the position is a temporary or permanent component of the ship’s crew.  In some circumstances, seafarer applicants may be requested to submit a complete itinerary for the vessel.
  14. Copy of the Appointment Confirmation letter. 
  • In certain cases, additional documents may be requested. 
  • All documents must be originals.  Photocopies will not be accepted, unless specified.  The applicant must submit these documents to the interviewing consular officer during the interview. The Nonimmigrant Visa Unit does not accept documents before the interview. Any documents received will not be returned and will be destroyed. Please note, however, that presentation of the documents will not guarantee visa issuance. Applicants must still qualify for the type of visa being sought. 
Guidelines for Document Submission    
Every seafarer recruitment agency should carefully check all seafarer applications prior to submission to ensure the form has been filled out correctly and completely. Incomplete applications will be denied.  Follow these guidelines when submitting documents: 
  • Remove plastic covers or jackets from SIRBs and passports.    
  • Remove excess papers and staples. 
  • The guarantee letter must be stapled to the back of the application form. All guarantee letters must follow the format described in the instructions found in the Embassy accreditation kit. Guarantee letters not in the correct format or without required information will not be accepted. 
  • The SRC must be attached to the inside front cover of the SIRB.
  • The POEA approved or in-house processed contract of employment and OEC must be stapled together inside the back cover of the seaman’s book. Original documents including the contract, OEC and SRC will be returned to the seafarer after the application is processed.
Note: The seafarer recruitment agency must contact the call center to make any corrections to inaccurate information before the applicant’s interview. 
B-1 Yacht Visas   
B-1 visas are issued to qualified applicants going to work on privately owned yachts.  A B-1 visa will permit applicants to stay in the United States or U.S. coastal waters for more than 29 days.  If you will be working on a privately owned yacht, you must comply with the Nonimmigrant Visa Application Procedures and comply with both the seafarer (C-1/D) and working visa (B-1) requirements.  B-1 Yacht applicants must select C1/D as their purpose of travel on the DS-160 application form.
Applicants going on privately owned yachts must present detailed information about the yacht (e.g. yacht specifications) and yacht owner (e.g. contact information) and must present the yacht’s itinerary at the time of interview.   
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