Aquarius Global Launches New Mobile Safety Training System | Rigzone

Aquarius Global has launched a new mobile safety training system which is expected to once again raise the standard and benchmark for offshore safety training worldwide.

Mobile Offshore Safety Training (MOST) – a subsidiary of Aquarius Global, has developed the INSITU system, which will once again redefine the nature of offshore safety training using the latest technology and simulations with state-of-the-art equipment, advanced techniques, and procedures, coupled with world-class safety training instruction.

The new INSITU mobile safety training system prepares all personnel operating on oil rigs, oil rigs and oil decks for a wide range of emergency safety training at sea and ashore. Importantly, it also provides valuable safety training as personnel are transported between offshore and onshore installations, preparing for a range of emergency scenarios, ranging from helicopter ditching and sea survival mode. , deployment and failure of an emergency life raft.

The specialized modular training platform means that any configuration can be built to specific customer requirements, from a basic training facility to a more advanced complete option. Training platforms can also include dedicated classrooms if required with any combination of training scenarios provided according to OPITO (Offshore Petroleum Industry Training Organization) standard.

INSITU’s modular system allows it to be assembled and disassembled for rapid deployment with specialist training teams anywhere in the world. The new system comes preloaded with over 200 safety training courses developed by one of the largest offshore training companies in the world. It can be delivered and operational in three months (subject to operational imperatives) anywhere in the world, unlike fixed-structure security training centers, which take an average of 24 months to develop and build.

The modular system allows it to be fully scalable from a small three-module system to a more advanced 10-module option, catering to all emergency scenarios on an offshore oil rig or platform. form of drilling.

“Train, learn, repeat. Train, learn, repeat. These essential words can make all the difference in offshore safety training that could one day save many lives. The oil and gas industry, by its very nature, is extremely dangerous and dangerous because the working environment is a floating structure in the sea with explosive and flammable substances and pressurized machinery,” the president of Aquarius Global, Rick Parish.

“When a serious incident such as a fire, explosion or emergency occurs, the space in which to tackle that incident is also dynamic and rapidly changing. The safety training provided must reflect this dynamic and prepare the workforce for all eventualities and all outcomes,” concluded Parish.

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