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Common Safety Training Program
(CSTP)

Did we meet our targets for CSTP?


All
offshore production facilities to have CSTP fully
implemented by 1 January 2013


All
offshore drilling facilities to have CSTP fully
implemented by 1 July 2013


Based on the number of CSTP cards issued or in
the process of being attained:


m
ost but not all operators have made significant
headway and have processes in place


m
any of our contractors have got on board with the
program



Total CSTP
cards issued to date =
4,776
[compared with 1,914 at last year’s CEO Forum]


Total
cards
issued for
new starts

=
789


Total cards
issued for
experienced workers

=
3,987


Total
number of persons who have attended the new start course
and are still to complete the workplace component =
1,788

[
included in this number is in excess of
735
people who are not currently
employed in the industry but recognise CSTP as an entry level requirement]


Operators participating in CSTP:

Apache

Energy

BHP Billiton

Petroleum

Chevron Australia

ConocoPhillips

ExxonMobil

Origin Energy

PTTEP Australasia

Roc Oil Company

Santos Limited

Shell Development (Australia)

Total E&P Australia

Vermilion

Oil & Gas Australia

Woodside Energy

219 contractors participating in CSTP, including:


AGC Industries

Atwood Oceanics

Baker Hughes

Aust

Cal

Dive International

Clough AMEC

Contract Resources

Diamond Offshore

DOF Subsea

EM&I (Australia)

Ensco

Offshore

Fugro

GE Oil & Gas

Global

Resources

Halliburton

Leschenault

Maersk

MI SWACO

MODEC Management

Monadelphous

Neptune


Schlumberger

Sodexo

Remote Sites

Stena Drilling

Subsea 7

Technip Oceania

Teekay

Shipping

Total

Marine

Transfield

Worley

Transocean

Vertech

Group

Weatherford

Wilson Pipe

Fabrication

What’s involved for CSTP:


New worker


3 day CSTP course
and

a process of
demonstrating behaviours in the workplace


Experienced worker


recognising previous training or
attending a 1 day Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
course
and

a process of demonstrating behaviours in
the workplace
.


What is the future for CSTP?


We are close to getting critical mass and the process
being self
-
sustaining


Training providers have linked CSTP to T
-
BOSIET

for
those new to the industry


We as the industry leaders need to ensure:


We have internal processes in place


CSTP is a contractual requirement along with T
-
BOSIET for
access to our facilities


The CSTP initiative now ends as far as the CEO
Safety Leadership Forum is concerned

and the

Safe Supervisor Competence Program (SSCP)


takes its place

Safe Supervisor Competence
Program (SSCP)

SSCP:


Training and competence assessment process in parallel
with CSTP (
ie

immersive training with a process for
observing behaviours in the workplace)


Developed by Offshore Project Safe to implement a
standard of competency for offshore oil and gas
construction supervisors



APPEA took over stewardship and administration of
SSCP in mid 2013 to adapt for use in the wider oil and
gas
industry


Initially to be set up as entry level training for new
supervisors


Implementation to be determined by SSCP Industry
Advisory Group


Issues that need addressing with SSCP:


Is this to be an industry mandated entry level
requirement for new supervisors to allow a common
base across the industry?


The process for gaining an SSCP card needs to be
simplified to meet CSG requirements but still retain
credibility