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Original offshore medic approval questionnaire

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Original offshore medic approval questionnaire

    ORIGINAL OFFSHORE MEDIC APPROVAL QUESTIONNAIRE

This questionnaire is designed to ensure that you have the appropriate information

    available to support your application to be an approved offshore medic training provider.

    It is essential that you are aware of the requirements as laid down in HSE’s guidance:

    Offshore Medic training and qualifications for the purposes of the Offshore Installations

    and Pipeline Works (First-Aid) Regulations 1989 A guide for training organisations

    Please note this questionnaire must be accompanied by all supporting information requested in the guidance referred to above

Part 1 COMPANY INFORMATION

HSE Ref No. (to be completed by HSE)

Company Name

Address

Address of Training Centre

    (if different from above)

Tel. No

Fax No.

Email

Contact Name

Position in Organisation

Offshore Medic Questionnaire V1 -1-

    ORIGINAL OFFSHORE MEDIC APPROVAL QUESTIONNAIRE

Part 2 - ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS

     Is there an administrative system in place (electronic or manual) to ensure that all the required training records are stored and are available for review? This should include the following:

    4. A record of course dates including names of trainers and assessors;

    4. Names and details (including final assessment information) of all students; ;;

    4. Requalification dates of students. ;;

    ;

Part 3 OFFSHORE MEDIC CERTIFICATES

     Do the certificates to be issued to students contain the following information?

    1. Organisation name;

     2. The title ‘Offshore Medic’;

    3. Reference to the Offshore Installations and Pipeline Works (First-Aid) Regulations 1989;

    4. Validation for three years from date of issue;

    5. HSE approval number; and ;;

    6. Signature of an appropriately authorised person. ;;

     _________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Part 4 - TRAINER QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

    How many trainers are used ;;

    ;Is there evidence that at least one trainer on each course delivered by the organisation has knowledge of the offshore

    working environment ideally through practical experience. ;;

     Is there evidence that at least one trainer on each course delivered by the organisation is a registered medical

    practitioner.

     Are the qualifications and experience of trainers available for review by the HSE and do they include the following?; Name of Trainer _______________________

    1. Current Offshore First Aid or Offshore Medic certificate (unless exempt); ;;

    2. Formal training/teaching qualification; ;;

    3. Evidence of skills and knowledge of training Offshore Medics over the last 3 years;

     4. If evidence from 3 is limited is there evidence that they have conducted other training activities

    relevant to the contents of the offshore medic course in the last 3 years

     Name of Trainer _______________________

    1. Current Offshore First Aid or Offshore Medic certificate (unless exempt); ;

    2. Formal training/teaching qualification; ;

    3. Evidence of skills and knowledge of training Offshore Medics over the last 3 years;

     4. If evidence from 3 is limited is there evidence that they have conducted other training activities

    relevant to the contents of the offshore medic course in the last 3 years

    Offshore Medic Questionnaire V1 -2-

    ORIGINAL OFFSHORE MEDIC APPROVAL QUESTIONNAIRE

     Name of Trainer _______________________

    ;;1. Current Offshore First Aid or Offshore Medic certificate (unless exempt);

    2. Formal training/teaching qualification; ;;

    3. Evidence of skills and knowledge of training Offshore Medics over the last 3 years;

     4. If evidence from 3 is limited is there evidence that they have conducted other training activities

    relevant to the contents of the offshore medic course in the last 3 years

     Name of Trainer _______________________

    1. Current Offshore First Aid or Offshore Medic certificate (unless exempt); ;;

    2. Formal training/teaching qualification; ;;

    3. Evidence of skills and knowledge of training Offshore Medics over the last 3 years;

     4. If evidence from 3 is limited is there evidence that they have conducted other training activities

    relevant to the contents of the offshore medic course in the last 3 years

Part 5 - ASSESSORS QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

    How many assessors are you used ;;

     Is there evidence that at least one assessor assessing on each course delivered by the organisation has knowledge of the

    offshore working environment ideally through practical experience. ;

     Is there evidence that at least one assessor on each course delivered by the organisation is a registered health

    professional.

     Are the qualifications and experience of assessors available for review by the HSE and do they include the following? Name of Assessor _______________________

    1. Current Offshore First Aid or Offshore Medic certificate (unless exempt);

     2. Formal assessing qualification;

    3. Evidence of skills and knowledge of assessing Offshore Medics over the last 3 years; ;

    ;4. If evidence from 3 is limited is there evidence that they have conducted other assessing activities

    relevant to the contents of the offshore medic course in the last 3 years

     Name of Assessor _______________________

    1. Current Offshore First Aid or Offshore Medic certificate (unless exempt);

     2. Formal assessing qualification;

    3. Evidence of skills and knowledge of assessing Offshore Medics over the last 3 years; ;

    ;4. If evidence from 3 is limited is there evidence that they have conducted other assessing activities

    relevant to the contents of the offshore medic course in the last 3 years

    Offshore Medic Questionnaire V1 -3-

    ORIGINAL OFFSHORE MEDIC APPROVAL QUESTIONNAIRE ;Name of Assessor _______________________

     1. Current Offshore First Aid or Offshore Medic certificate (unless exempt);

     2. Formal assessing qualification;

    3. Evidence of skills and knowledge of assessing Offshore Medics over the last 3 years; ;;

    ;4. If evidence from 3 is limited is there evidence that they have conducted other assessing activities

    relevant to the contents of the offshore medic course in the last 3 years

     Name of Assessor _______________________

    1. Current Offshore First Aid or Offshore Medic certificate (unless exempt);

     2. Formal assessing qualification;

    3. Evidence of skills and knowledge of assessing Offshore Medics over the last 3 years; ;;

    ;4. If evidence from 3 is limited is there evidence that they have conducted other assessing activities

    relevant to the contents of the offshore medic course in the last 3 years

     _________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Part 6 QUALITY ASSURANCE

     1 Is there a plan which shows by whom, how often and by what methods the skills of the trainers and

    assessors are monitored? ;;

     2. Is there a process in place to monitor the quality of training, trainers and assessors through student feedback?

     ;;

    3. Is there a complaints procedure? ;;

    ;

    Part 7 STANDARDS OF FIRST AID PRACTICE;

     ;Will Offshore Medic training use the current standards of first aid practice HSE accepts for the first aid management of injuries and illness?

    Offshore Medic Questionnaire V1 -4-

ORIGINAL OFFSHORE MEDIC APPROVAL QUESTIONNAIRE

    Part 8 - COURSE SYLLABUS

    1. Are the following items included in the syllabus? 120 h 60 h The importance of preventing cross infection The need for recording incidents and actions Use of available equipment Assess the situation and circumstances in order to act safely, promptly, and effectively in an emergency. Administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation including the use of automated defibrillators Use and maintenance of manual resuscitators, manual suction devices, oropharyngeal airways and oxygen supplies

    Administer first aid to a casualty who is bleeding Administer first aid to a casualty who is unconscious Recognise major illness and provide appropriate first aid (including heart attack, stroke, epilepsy, asthma and diabetes).

    Administer first aid to a casualty with: Shock hypothermia or hyperthermia effects of immersion effects of poisoning encountered offshore an injury including the dressing and immobilisation of injured parts eye injuries burns and scalds inhaled hot gases or smoke Recognise minor injuries and illnesses and take appropriate action. Redress wounds effectively and perform follow-up treatment which can be undertaken by an offshore medic Transport a sick and injured patient safely and effectively (including an understanding of the difficulties of transportation by helicopter, the management of a patient during flight and the need for stabilisation of a casualty before transportation of a casualty)

    Recognise situations where it is appropriate to use Entonox for the relief of pain, and to administer Entonox and safely and effectively

    Communicate and delegate promptly and effectively in an emergency Airway maintenance, artificial ventilation Intravenous infusions Urinary bladder catheterisation Endotracheal intubation Communicable (including sexually transmitted0 diseases and infectious conditions Common eye conditions Common ear conditions Offshore Medic Questionnaire V1 -5-

ORIGINAL OFFSHORE MEDIC APPROVAL QUESTIONNAIRE

    Common skin conditions Common dental conditions Hyperbaric environment Decompression and its complications Individual clinical instruction as required Emergency medical services Communications, installation/vessel to shore Offshore occupational hazards and the prevention of risks to health Offshore hygiene requirements Psychiatric conditions Background to the offshore industry and offshore activities Standing orders and emergency plans Use and administration of drugs Stores and equipment Statutory requirements Keeping of detailed records

     ;2. Lesson Plans ; Is the syllabus in the form of lesson plans with aims, objectives, and outcomes? Are there methods for assessing student’s competence in each subject area? 3. Do the lesson plans include both theoretical and practical work? 4. Are there suitable handout materials? 5.

    Part 9 COURSE DURATION

     1. Does the Offshore Medic training course consist of at least 120 contact hours (excluding lunch and break times

    but including the final assessment)? ;;

    2. Is the whole course run over a minimum of 4 weeks? ;;

    ;;

    Part 10 REQUALIFICATION TRAINING

     1. Is there a system in place to ensure students have a current Offshore Medic certificate before commencing the

    requalification course?

    ;2. Does the requalification Offshore Medic training course consist of at least 60 contact hours (excluding lunch and

    break times but including the final assessment)? ;;

    ;

    3. Is the course run over a minimum of 60 hours and a minimum of 2 weeks fulltime? ;;

    ;

    Offshore Medic Questionnaire V1 -6-

ORIGINAL OFFSHORE MEDIC APPROVAL QUESTIONNAIRE

Part 11 - FINAL PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT

     Does the final assessment evaluate the student’s ability to carry out:

    1. First aid on someone who is unconscious;

    2. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR);

    3. First aid on someone who is wounded and bleeding ;;

    Part 12 TRAINING EQUIPMENT AND VENUE 1. Is there sufficient training equipment and supporting material for each student ensuring hygiene

     where appropriate? ;;

    2. Are there suitable premises available for training and assessment purposes? ;;

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

     This visit meets HSEs requirements for the delivery of Offshore Medic Training, and recommends the approval of this organisation to deliver Offshore Medic training. This also includes an ability to demonstrate that the training and assessing standards comply with The Offshore Medic training and qualifications guidance YES/NO If NO comments of HSE Appointed Visiting Officer to be appended If YES please sign below: Signed on behalf training organisation: Date:

    For HSE use only

     Signature of HSE Appointed Visiting Officer: Date: Print name of HSE Appointed Visiting Officer: HSE verify that training organisation DOES/DOES NOT comply fully with the requirements laid down to deliver Offshore Medic training YES/NO Print name: Signature Date: Offshore Medic Questionnaire V1 -7-

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