New Delhi, Sept. 19 (PTI) – Russian and French energy giants to Indian airport operators are queuing up to train firefighters and firefighters at a state-owned OPCW training center.
Russia’s Rossnef, France’s general, domestic power major IOC, GAIL, HPCL and OIL, private companies such as Cairo, airport operators GMR and the Indian Airports Authority (AI) are among some of the longest-serving customers. Atul Garg, CEO and Executive Director of ONC, said while training his staff at the Institute of Petroleum Safety, Health and Environmental Management (IPSHEM).
After the outbreak, the institute, which closed the physical training module, resumed physical training a month and a half later.
We have a backyard staff that needs training on issues such as marine survival. “To begin with, we will provide training for ONC staff and then look at meeting industry needs,” he said.
The institute offers a wide range of courses ranging from basic firefighting training and environmental management to bleeding control and emergency management.
The spacious campus in Goa contains hostels and real-life equipment.
“The institute includes real-life revitalizations such as oil and gas pipelines, fire warehouses and tanks, water well explosions and helicopters. Workers are trained in fire control and rescue in various loads. Filter, oil field, pipeline and storage depot. ”
From fire safety management to incidents and accidents, from firefighters course to firefighters, search and rescue in smoke-filled rooms, from helicopter landing support to life at sea, the institute provides general training.
He said special courses such as crane operators’ safety, incident investigation and oil spill management will be provided, and the institute is recognized by international bodies.
Launched two decades later with the aim of providing legal and risk management training to employees of the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONCCC), IPSHEM has gained popularity not only among its peers but also in the industry in the field of fire training.
AIA and other airport operators in Mumbai, such as the airport, have sent firefighters to train their staff. We have many other questions but we could not train because of the epidemic. Now when the institute reopens, we will work. First clean up the backlog of OPC staff and then hire staff outside, ”Garg said.
The institute will train foreign workers and will be close to 1 million rubles in 2019-20.
OPC staff in the oil and gas sector are required to receive safety training every four years. For them, the institute provides rescue and relief at sea and at sea.
The institute has so far trained more than 78,000 staff.
According to Garg, the institute is working on coastal environmental protection, including seawater and silt analysis.
He said the institute has planned a 120 million quarter expansion plan to create a 72-room new hostel and develop new fire safety modules. PTI ANZ MKJ
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