Oil and Gas Well Operators Crew Resource Management (WOCRM)
Disciplines: Completions | Drilling | Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability | Management | Projects, Facilities and Construction
Human Factors training provides the cognitive and personal resource skills to complement specific technical training within a team-based environment, leading to a safer and more efficient task performance for all individuals who work within a dynamic, demanding, and risk-based oil and gas environment, which is underpinned by a need for an excellent safety culture.
Human errors account for nearly 75% of all incidents and accidents within the oil and gas industry worldwide. Our operational environments are dynamic and pressure-driven industries and therefore underpinned by the need for a relentless focus on safety and effective risk management. Human Factors training provides the cognitive and personal resource skills to compliment specific technical training within a team-based environment, leading to a safer, reduced risk, and more efficient task performance.
Well site operators, managers and drillers, field engineers, and offshore operations team leaders will greatly benefit from attending. Levels inclusive of supervisor or skilled technician to manager and superintendent.
Any individual who is in any way responsible for the safe operation of technical equipment by team members and employees should attend.
0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) are awarded for this 1-day course.
All cancellations must be received no later than 14 days prior to the course start date. Cancellations made after the 14-day window will not be refunded. Refunds will not be given due to no show situations.
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SPE reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule courses at will. Notification of changes will be made as quickly as possible; please keep this in mind when arranging travel, as SPE is not responsible for any fees charged for cancelling or changing travel arrangements.
We reserve the right to substitute course instructors as necessary.
Don Evans, a former Royal Air Force Wing Commander and fast jet aviator, has over 20 years’ experience leading a wide range of complex and demanding operations in hostile conditions within an international context. He was a qualified instructor on several aircraft types and was responsible for leadership training. Don is a Civil Aviation Authority qualified Crew Resource Management (‘Human Factors’) Trainer with extensive experience in this area across several industries with a focus on Oil & Gas.
Don is Head of Human Factors at Mission Performance, a global leadership consultancy, specialising in O&G with over 20 years’ experience. Don has led the design and implementation of the Well Operations Crew Resource Management & Human Factors programme. He has worked to introduce a series of trainings for Drillers, Engineers and Well Site leaders, delivering multiple courses across the world. Mentoring and coaching people to achieve their full potential as leaders and team members in a dynamic environment is Don's principal focus. He believes that effective leadership begins with demonstrating behaviors, standards and values to both your direct reports and entire team every day. These qualities — added to a clear purpose, consistent mentoring, and a determination to transform complexity into simplicity — form the basis for a high-performance environment.
Before joining Mission, Don held senior positions in a multinational telecoms company. He was responsible for the operational delivery of 2000 field engineers, as well as the training of several hundred apprentices. He implemented the honesty, rigour and accountability based on the ‘Just Culture’ of military aviation across his 120 strong management team, which led to a step change in safety, efficiency and employee engagement throughout his workforce. A keen sportsman, Don also represented the RAF and Great Britain at Bobsleigh before common sense combined with a few injuries led to him hanging up his ice spikes. During 9 years of competition, he competed for GB in international races as a 4-man and 2-man driver on over 30 occasions against the major Alpine nations.