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HELIDECK EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM MEMBER (HERTM) 2021


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HELIDECK EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM MEMBER (HERTM)

HELIDECK EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM MEMBER (HERTM) COURSE PROFILE

HERTM ONLINE course - AUD$900*

The aim and objectives of HERTM  training is to equip the candidate with the initial knowledge, understanding and skills required to perform the roles of offshore Helideck Assistant (HDA) safely and effectively.

Who should enrol in this course?

Any person currently acting as HDA with a valid HOIT certificate. This course is OPITO compliant. 

What does the course cover?

This online certified course, which fully complies with OPITO standards and requirements, provides the acting HDA with a comprehensive and in-depth insight into the legal and practical intricacies of helideck offshore operations with emphasis on helideck hazards and management systems. All HDA responsibilities during emergency situations are outlined.

More specifically, the course includes but is not limited to:

  • Role and key responsibilities of the HERT during emergency situations
  • Emergency Pre-planning requirements
  • Helicopter Emergency Scenarios
  • Responses to Helicopter Emergency Situations
  • Events that may impact on Helideck safety
  • Potential helicopter and helideck hazards
  • The helideck crew duties and responsibility during Normally Unattended Installation (NUI) operations.
  • Human factors that lead to potential failure during operations


*PAYMENT NOTES:

If, due to some country specific security restrictions, you are unable to pay by Credit Card please contact office@flightsafety.com.au or call +61 (0) 7 54482788 and we will send through an invoice with a direct payment option.

Once you have paid the Invoice, re-enrol and choose the Purchase Order Payment Option and add your Receipt Number and we will verify your payment so you can begin the course.

 

COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS FOR FINAL CERTIFICATE 

This course requires 100% pass rate for each quiz at the end of each module.

After each quiz, check your score to ensure all answers are correct. If not, click the "previous" tab to revert back to the beginning of the module. Go through the module again and then take the quiz again. Once you have correctly answered all the questions, click the "continue" tab to move to the next module.

The final certificate will only be generated if 100% pass rate has been achieved for each module.


 

Here is the course outline:

1. INTRODUCTION

The introduction gives a brief overview of Aeronautical Enterprises and explains the objectives of the HERTM training course. In addition, the main legal references for this course are covered in the introduction.

pageText Flight Safety Group
pageText Aim and Objectives of the HERTM training course
pageText Offshore Regulations and Guidelines
quiz Quiz - Introduction

2. HELIDECK DESIGN & INSTALLATION

This module gives a brief overview of different types of fixed and moving offshore installations, including various types of oil rigs, drill ships, FPSO's and yachts.

pageText Design & Installation
quiz Quiz - Helideck Design & Installation Application_2

3. HELIDECK LANDING AREAS

The HDA needs to be aware of every aspect of the helideck, in order to ensure the markings, layout and equipment are kept in safe operating conditions according to UKCAA CAP 437.

pageText The Helideck: Landing Areas
pageText Obstacle Free Sectors
pageText Helideck Markings
pageText Helideck Surface
pageText Helideck Lighting
pageText Helideck Surface Additions
quiz Quiz - Helideck Landing Areas_2

4. RESCUE AND FIREFIGHTING FACILITIES

In this module, the HDA is reminded of the regulatory requirements for rescue and fire-fighting, including equipment, materials and crew training.

pageText Rescue and Fire Fighting
pageText Rescue Equipment
quiz Quiz - Rescue and Firefighting Facilities_2

5. METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION

Basic weather conditions required for weather reporting are covered in this module, including wind speed and direction, air temperature, air pressure, cloud formation and pitch, roll and heave.

pageText Meteorological Information
quiz Quiz - Meteorological Information_2

6. HELICOPTER AND HELIDECK HAZARDS

Details of the most common helideck emergencies and the way in which they should be managed, are covered in this module.

pageText Helicopter and Helideck Hazards
pageText Helicopter Emergency Scenarios
quiz Quiz - Helicopter and Helideck Hazards_2

7. HELIDECK CREW

All aspects of the requirements of the helideck crew are covered here, including manning policies, duties and responsibilities on the helideck and towards passengers and cargo.

pageText Helideck Crew Requirements
pageText Passengers & Cargo
quiz Quiz - Helideck Crew_2

8. RESPONSE ON A NUI

Pro-active prevention of, and responses to, potential emergencies on a Normally Unattended Installation (NUI) are detailed in this module.

pageText HLO and HDA duties on a NUI
pageText Characteristics of a NUI
pageText RFF Equipment and Requirements on an NUI
quiz Quiz - Helideck Crew_3

9. HUMAN FACTORS DURING EMERGENCY

Working offshore can be highly stressful and an understanding of human nature during difficult times assists the crew member in coping with emergency situations.

pageText Human Factors during Emergency
quiz Human Factors during Emergency Quiz

10. COURSE COMPLETION

Thank you for completing the Aeronautical Enterprises Pty Ltd Helideck Emergency Response Team Member (HERTM) Course for Helideck Assistants (HDA's)

pageText Course Completion

Completion

The following certificates are awarded when the course is completed:

HERTM Certificate of Completion AE
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