OIM Controling Emergencies

OIM CE Online


25830 PLN (including VAT)

Training basic info

Course category OPITO trainings
Code 7025
Duration 0 days
Certificate Validity -
Accreditations single-course-sponsor

Course description

OPITO OIM CE (7025) - Offshore Installation Manager Controlling Emergencies

Course Duration

There are no specific timings for the duration of the OIM Controlling Emergencies Workplace Competence assessment(s). However, sufficient time and access to candidates must be arranged in order to ensure that all required performance criteria can be successfully assessed during a minimum of 3 emergency scenarios. A maximum of 4 attempts to achieve the successful assessment of the 3 emergency scenarios is permitted.



A formal declaration from the candidate’s employer confirming that the candidate has achieved the performance criteria :

1.1.1 Supplied valid and reliable, oral and written information to relevant personnel. 1.1.2 Ensured that drills and exercises are consistent with priorities, objectives, procedures and statutory requirements. 1.1.3 Coached the Deputy OIM, the Emergency Management and Response Teams and assessed their potential to respond to emergencies during drills and exercises. 1.1.4 Encouraged personnel to seek clarification of their allocated roles and responsibilities and gain an awareness of ongoing activities. 1.1.5 Pre-planned actions to deal with potential emergencies. 1.1.6 Confirmed the serviceability and sufficiency of equipment in accordance with procedures.

and that the candidate has been deemed ready for formal assessment against:

Assess Situation and Take Effective Action 1.2.1 Obtained information from all appropriate sources evaluated it and confirmed it as quickly as possible. 1.2.2 Utilised the appropriate resources throughout the emergency. 1.2.3 Made valid interpretations of the emergency procedures and pre-determined strategies, and taken valid decisions throughout the emergency. 1.2.4 Reviewed the potential outcomes of the emergency and the possible response actions against the consequences and probabilities. 1.2.5 Developed a plan of action, including that required to deal with contingency situations in the light of this evidence. (The plan must be continually reviewed). 1.2.6 Taken the appropriate action as quickly as possible. 1.2.7 Coordinated and directed the emergency response teams in an effective manner. 1.2.8 Applied working practices that are safe and conform to current health and safety legislation and company procedures.

Maintain Communications 1.3.1 Informed the onshore team, the coastguard, the ERRV, the emergency response team leaders, nearby installations/shipping and helicopters of the emergency and its progression as appropriate. 1.3.2 Keeping appropriate external agencies informed in accordance with local arrangements, guidance documents and legislation 1.3.3 Effectively communicated the plan with the relevant people in accordance with communication procedures by using the PA, telephone systems and a 2 way radio. 1.3.4 Established and maintained a common understanding of the situation throughout the emergency management team. 1.3.5 Provided reports of the situation as it developed to installation staff at suitable intervals. 1.3.6 Ensure an accurate record of key events and communication is maintained 1.3.7 Established, when necessary, alternative communication methods.

Delegate Authority to Act 1.4.1 Made valid decisions on which activities must be delegated in the light of the circumstances at the time. 1.4.2 Assigned all delegated activities to those most suited to deal with them in accordance with established procedures. 1.4.3 Checked that those delegated with tasks understand them and that they have reported back accordingly

Managing Individual and Team Performance 1.5.1 Requested assistance and action from others in a manner which promotes a positive response. 1.5.2 Taken action and instilled confidence in the team by positive leadership 1.5.3 Recognised the strengths and weaknesses within the team and taken the appropriate action. 1.5.4 Maintained an appropriate degree of detachment.

Deal with Stress in Self and Others 1.6.1 Quickly recognised any deterioration in their performance, or the performance of team members, due to stress 1.6.2 Taken the appropriate action by removing stressed personnel from critical task (especially those involving communication links) and re-allocating these tasks; delegating personal tasks if workload becomes excessive and time management difficult. 1.6.3 Taken action to reduce the stress in oneself and the team


Course Validity

No expiry


Target Audience:

The target group for the OIM Controlling Emergencies Competence Assessment are personnel who have been deemed ready by their employer to be formally assessed in the role of an OIM during an emergency situation.


Assesment objective:

The aim of the OIM Controlling Emergencies assessment programme is to assess delegate’s performance as the OIM using direct observation as a method of assessment. A major factor in the judgement should be the performance of the OIM in controlling emergencies under simulated conditions according to the OPITO Industry Standard ‘Controlling Emergencies’.


Confirmation of assesment implementation:

Certificate approved by the international organization OPITO


Extension of validity:

No expiry


More information about the remote OPITO CRO ER Remote Assessment


The OPITO CRO ER Remote Assessment is an Assessment Only process. You must be ready for your online assessment. After booking this assessment you will receive a pre-assessment documentation.

The assessments are conducted using a simulator of your own asset type using your own Procedures. We simulate three scenarios from the following subjects:

1. Threat to life

2. Threat to environment

3. Threat to plant and equipment

Scenarios are prepared using relevant information from the your Company Safety Case and Emergency Response Plan for your appropriate asset type (s).


Procedure OPITO CRO ER Remote Assessment


1. Choose any day in our calendar in the next two weeks. This day is not the day you have to do the assessment, you can later choose the date for the online assessment.

2. You will receive the booking conformation and invoice by e-mail.

3. After you have paid the invoice, please reply on your booking conformation to with your payment conformation. If you booked for somebody else, please provide also the delegates e-mail.

4. Within 1 working day you will receive the pre-assessment documentation form our partner Wild Geese Group.

5. Wild Geese Group will also schedule the online assessment with you and need to receive the completed pre-assessment company guide & declaration from your company.

6. After successfully completing the assessment, you will receive your certificate.


Kindly note, this remote OPITO CRO ER assessment is delivered completely online. To achieve optimum training quality and effectiveness to meet the expected OPITO Standard you must ensure you have working computer hardware and software available and tested for use at your location before the Assessments are to take place:

• Reliable broadband internet access at appropriate speed for the Zoom video conferencing

• Immediate Email and Telephone access

• PC / Mac with Browser - Google Chrome preferred

• Minimum Display Resolution 1366 x 768 (prefer 1920 x 1080)

• Microphone, Speaker and Video Camera compatible with ZOOM

• Free ZOOM software downloaded and tested before Assessment. Delegate must be familiar with basic use of ZOOM.

• Link to the Trident Virtual Command Center simulator will be issued for familiarization pre-assessment

• The delegates should be in a professional environment during the assessment such as company site or asset, not private residence


• Maintain a State of Readiness

• Control Critical Situations

• Respond to Emergencies


There are no specific timings for the duration of the CRO ER assessments. However, sufficient time must be arranged in order to ensure that candidates can be suitably assessed during a minimum of 2 and maximum of 3 attempts.