Society of Petroleum Engineers
Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) is a not-for-profit professional association whose members are engaged in energy resources development and production. SPE has more than 158,000 members in 143 countries, who participate in 203 sections and 382 student chapters. SPE’s membership includes more than 73,000 student members. SPE is a key resource for technical knowledge related to the oil and gas exploration and production industry, and provides services through publications, events, training courses and online resources.
SPE’s mission is to collect, disseminate and exchange technical knowledge concerning the exploration, development and production of oil and gas resources, and related technologies for the public benefit; and to provide opportunities for professionals to enhance their technical and professional competence. Major Technical Disciplines: Upstream oil and gas operations, including Drilling; Completions; Health, Safety, and Environment; Management and Information; Production and Operations; Projects, Facilities and Construction; and Reservoir.
Mission Performance’s Human Factors solutions are scheduled through SPE across North America in 2018 and are also available by request globally.
About Human Factors Training Courses at SPE
Optimizing Reliability, Risk and Compliance through Human Factors (HF)-Masterclass
Continuing Education Units 0.8 CEUs are offered based on length of course
Safety Leadership focuses on the ‘Human Factors’ (HF) which complement technical training to optimise reliability, safety, compliance, efficiency and risks within a team-based environment. The IOGP laid down the HF skills and competencies required, and they form the basis for specialised O&G HF training’s delivered by Mission Performance. This 1-Day course reviews the key Human Factors but then also reviews what can be done to accelerate and scale operational roll-out for optimum and sustained impact, including integration with existing safety processes and (reporting) systems, refreshers, assessments, measurements as well as the role of leadership and culture.
Human errors account for nearly 75% of all incidents, accidents and near misses in the O&G industry worldwide. Most of these are avoidable. We typically develop and deploy many systems and processes to reduce risks and improve safety, but most organisations either overlook the role of the human in terms of criticality to safety or don’t quite know which ‘human factors’ mostly affect risk, safety and compliance or what to practically do to optimise them in an O&G environment. This course equips delegates with an understanding of how to achieve a further step change in safety through proactively using and optimising the ‘human side’ of their operations.
- Threat & error management and accident chains
- Situational Awareness
- Leadership and culture
- Briefing and debriefing skills and feedback
- Communication and collaboration
- Decision making ‘under pressure’
- Stress and fatigue management
- ‘Smarter’ use of standard operating procedures
- Well site operators, team leaders, drillers
- Field engineers
- Offshore operations teams and managers
Course Length & Learning Level
- This course is a 1 day Masterclass – Intermediate