Building Capacity to Manage Pressure
The Program Consists of:
A re-creation of the events that led to the death of an oil and gas worker.
Free Online Course
A free online course takes the student on a journey to better understand how successful work gets done and what it takes to make the next step change in performance. The course builds on what is learned in the video and consists of:
- Understanding Pressure – introduction to pressure and its dangers;
- Understanding Human and Organizational Performance – introduction to how humans and organizations perform in real-world environments.
Several resources are available to reinforce the learnings.
Energy Safety Canada has partnered with Devco Consulting Ltd. to provide a third-party store to purchase resources in relation to pressure and HOP.
Additional Resources and References
Energy Safety Canada Resources:
- Life Saving Rules
- Common Safety Orientation
- Process Safety
- Supervisor Leadership for Health and Safety in the Workplace Course
- Supervisor Competency
- Are You in the Line of Fire Program
- Potentially Serious Incidents
- Coiled Tubing Well Servicing Blowout Prevention Course
Other Resources and References:
- Process Safety Fundamentals - International Association of Oil & Gas Producers’ (IOGP)
- Shift Handover, Risk Engineering Position Paper – 07, Marsh
- Conklin, Todd E, PhD. The 5 Principles of Human Performance: A Contemporary Update of the Building Blocks of Human Performance for the New View of Safety. Santa Fe, NM, Pre-Accident Media, 2019.
- Andrea Baker. A Short Introduction to HOP and Learning Teams; The Hop Mentor
- David Provan et al. Safety II Professionals: How Resilience Engineering Can Transform Safety Practice, Reliability Engineering and System Safety, November 2019.
- Safety Differently Website
- Department of Energy Standard, Human Performance Improvement Handbook, 2009.
- BP Process Safety Series – Hazards of Trapped Pressure and Vacuum (3rd Edition). Institution of Chemical Engineers, 2011.
- Human Performance Oil & Gas (HPOG)