2023-12-04_CoHE R_V3

Safety training

Control of Hazardous Energies Refresher / V3 2023-12-04

Similarly, the participants must have completed the CoHE Basic Safety Refresher Module and the BTT Hydraulic module before attending the CoHE Pressure Fluid Safety Refresher Module. Also, it is strongly recommended that before attending the CoHE Pressure Fluid Safety Refresher Module, participants have some applicable working experience with pressure fluids supervised by a Qualified Person.

7.7 Physical demands

All personnel participating must meet the participant prerequisites described in the GWO Requirements for Training.

7.8 Design of the Activities in the CoHE Refresher Standard After the introduction in all three modules, the suggested design of the activities in the CoHE Refresher Standard is to start each of the three modules with challenging, realistic assessment activities for the participants i.e. most likely scenarios that require the participants to make the same decisions and take the same actions as the participants would need to do on the job and to meet the learning objectives. This will allow the instructor to assess each participants ability to meet key learning objectives from the original CoHE Training Standard such as establishing a safe working condition in multiple pressure fluid situations or scenarios from a WTG environment (e.g. “show me how to establish a safe working condition here” in simple to very difficult scenarios) By assessing each individual participant ability level, it will be possible for the instructor to provide additional focused and specific learning activities for the participants, who show a gap between their abilities and the desired learning objectives of the CoHE Refresher Standard. These focused and specific learning activities are meant to improve these participants´ performance and should be facilitated for the participants until they have closed this gap and have reached the learning objectives of the CoHE Refresher Standard. Examples of the learning activities could be worked examples demonstrated by the instructor followed by guided and independent practice activities with feedback for the participants. Participants, who in the assessment activities demonstrate and are assessed by the instructor to have achieved the learning objectives of the CoHE Refresher Standard, can complete the training at this point i.e., are not required to spend any more time or receive any additional specific training unless the participants are interested in learning more. This means that all participants will be enabled to reach all the learning objectives according to their individual ability level while ensuring that already fully capable participants spend the minimum amount of time engaging in training in what they can already do. In addition, through this design, the refresher trainings will focus more on application as opposed to just information which makes the training more active and less passive for the participants.

The flow of assessment activities could look like this:

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