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For over 25 years we have been considered


as experts in the field of Lifting Operations,
particularly in the energy sector. We supply
personnel, advice, training and documentation
to the majority of International Oil Operators,
Service Companies and Major Contractors
worldwide.
We are primarily lifting operations specialists and our success is
due to sticking to what we are best at and doing it well. We liaise
with Government Health & Safety Departments internationally
and produce user-friendly procedural documents, training aids
and training courses to help companies comply with legislation,
regulations and industry safety standards.
The safety culture in the Oil & Gas Industry is a very important
issue, and our services are increasingly in demand overseas. We
regularly supply training to all of the high activity global oil regions.
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In addition to training and onsite coaching at our clients facilities,
we also operate training centres in various international locations.

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DIRECTORY INDEX
Onsite Personnel  4-5
Technical Assistance  6-7
Rigging & Lifting  8-9
Banksman / Slinger  10-11
Working at Height Awareness 12
Working at Height & Rescue 13
Confined Space Entry  14-15
Lifting Equipment Inspector  16-17
Competence Programme  18-19

Experts in
Lifting Operations

Crane Operator Assessment 20-21


Graphics & Media Services  22-23
eLearning  24-25
Interactive Learning  26-27
NSL Courses A-Z  28
NSL Safety Awareness Products  29
Customised Products  30

Onsite Personnel

All of our highly


trained specialists
have experience in the
lifting industry...

INDEPENDENT TECHNICAL
REVIEWS & APPRAISALS
This is a service where our Technical
Advisors make a field visit to review either:
systems of work; performance levels
of personnel (including Crane Operator
Assessments to international standards);
or standards of maintenance on plant
and equipment with a view to their safety,
efficiency and cost effectiveness.

PROVISION OF MANAGEMENT
FACILITIES & SERVICES
The placement of specialist personnel
qualified in the field of crane operations,
mechanical handling and / or lifting
equipment to control all aspects of lifting
operations.

ENGINEERING DESIGN & RIGGING


SUPERVISION SERVICES
This is a specialist service dealing with
all mechanical handling and installation
problems incorporating everything from the
initial offshore survey to the production of the
final implementation work pack.

THE SITE COMPETENT


PERSON / TECHNICAL AUTHORITY
NSL can supply multi-disciplined Lifting
Specialists / Technical Authorities on long or
short-term contracts.
All of our highly trained specialists have
experience in the lifting industry, supported
by NSLs Technical Department and
must complete rigorous in-house training
programmes prior to going on contract.

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Together,
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SAMPLE LECOP INDEX


POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Policies and procedures are essential
documents, which enable lifting operations
to be carried out safely and consistently.
Policies set a companys philosophies and
boundaries, whereas procedures detail
the series of steps that are needed to
accomplish specific tasks. Together, they
provide a framework in which decisions can
be made.

THE POLICY DOCUMENT (MANAGEMENT LEVEL)


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2.0 Purpose
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4.0 Definitions
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SUPPORT PROCEDURES (SUPERVISORY LEVEL)


1.0
General Information
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Illustrated Technical Reference Manual on

Lifting Equipment
3.0
Data for the Procurement of Lifting Equipment

and Accessories
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Control Documents for the Hiring of Lifting

Equipment and Usage of Contractors
Gear
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Maintenance of Equipment
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Company Special Instructions / Standards
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LIFTING EQUIPMENT CONTROL AND


OPERATION PROCEDURE (LECOP)
Companies can save time and money by
purchasing an NSL LECOP, which contains
a policy document and procedures on all
aspects of lifting operations including, but
not limited to; the initial selection of the
correct equipment through to procurement,
storage, rigging loft operations, issuing
control, pre-use inspection, safe use
of equipment and accessories, routine
examinations, maintenance, repairs and
certification. It also contains guidance on
personnel competence, the planning of
lifting operations and risk assessment.

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LIFTING OPERATIONS PROCEDURES


(WORKFORCE)
1.0 Introduction
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personnel / users)
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Mobile Crane Operations
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Forklift Operations
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The course includes the skills required to rescue / recover a


colleague hanging in suspension. This is an essential, if often
overlooked, function as an unconscious casualty may have as
little as 10 minutes to survive in this position.

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Every week or on demand.

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235 per person (subject to VAT).

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confined space work; and the knowledge and skills to implement
emergency procedures should the need arise. The correct and
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development with these NSL / EAL competence programmes for Lifting Equipment Inspectors. On
successful completion of these programmes, delegates will be awarded with Certificates of Competence
for the various modules by the national award body, EAL (EMTA Awards Ltd.)
Module 1 of the inspector competency programme must be completed prior to attempting the competency
programme for Modules 2-6. All modules are a mixture of theory and practical. The competence portfolios /
logbooks cost from 400 for Level 1 and 350 for all other Levels; this is in addition to the training fees.

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Designed to teach delegates the technical aspects of proof load testing and thorough examination of lifting
accessories and manual appliances. The course also covers the preparation of certificates and a series of
practical assessments. The successful completion of this programme will provide valuable evidence towards the
EAL competence qualification.

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It is a combination of knowledge, ability, attitude and


behaviour; derived from training and experience, and
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INSPECTORS PORTFOLIO

The programme is divided into the following modules:

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records in the form of log sheets, supported
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BESPOKE COMPETENCE PROGRAMMES

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NSL can also offer clients various training and


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Legislative requirements which are usually expressed


in general terms, stipulate; Employees and others are
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eLearning is an extremely efficient way to train and learn.


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Courses can be custom designed for individual


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Helicopter Lifting Operations

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Working at Height Awareness

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SAFE POSITIONING
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PRE-USE INSPECTION
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to try to complete a task in a hurry!

The main advantage of using this technology is


that videos showing accidents and incidents can
be created without the need to film in dangerous
locations, and without the need to put anyone at any
risk whatsoever.

USB Stick: 150


4 movies included
Customisation available

All characters can be dressed in company specific


outfits with relevant logos, work equipment and PPE.

COMMUNICATIONS & FATIGUE


Shows the importance of clear communications
and paying attention during Toolbox Talks.

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INTERACTIVE TOOLS
3D environments and equipment can be utilised
within a game engine to create an immersive,
interactive experience.
Models representing real locations and equipment
allow for off-site induction and realistic immersion
in a working environment. The experience can be
further enhanced with the addition of specific tasks
for the learner to complete.

Practical Training Courses A to Z

Safety Awareness Products

As well as our core subjects, NSL also have a number of specialised courses covering a large variety
of subjects. Our courses are usually delivered at an NSL Training Centre, but can be delivered at
a clients premises. Bespoke courses can also be delivered, these can feature company specific
elements combined with elements from any of our courses. Contact us for more details.

POSTERS

BOOKS

PUSH-PULL POLE

Confined Space Entry

Crane Ops & Cargo Handling

Crane Operations & Cargo Handling

Electrical Safety

Electrical Safety

Falls & Falling Objects

Abrasive Wheels - 1 Day

Falls & Falling Objects

Injuries to Fingers & Hands

Abrasive Wheels, Train the Trainer - 2 Day

Forklift Trucks

Manual Handling

Advanced Rigging & Lifting Level 3 - 3 Day

General Safety

Bespoke Books

Banksman / Slinger - 2 Day

Hand Held Grinders

Rigging & Lifting

Confined Space Entry - 1 Day

Hands-free Lifting / Tag Lines

Safe Cargo Handling

Confined Space Entry & Rescue - 2 Day

Hydrocarbon Release

Working at Height

Combined Rigging & Lifting / Banksman Slinger - 4 Day

Industrial House-Keeping

Push / Pull Poles are designed


to help facilitate hands-free
lifting. They are a modified
aluminium telescopic boat hook
with a rubber buffer at the other
end. The hook end can be used
at full extension (approximately
2.1m / 7ft) to retrieve tag lines
hanging vertically without a load
handler having to go too close
to a suspended load.

Crane Operator Assessment

Injuries to Fingers & Hands

SELF ASSESSMENT CARDS

HASAWA, PUWER & LOLER - 1 Day

Lifting Equipment Legislation

Crane Ops & Cargo Handling

LEI, Module 1 - 5 Day

LOLER

Injuries to Fingers & Hands

LEI, Module 2 - 2 Day

Man Riding Winch Signals

Man Riding & Crane Signals

LEI, Module 3 - 3 Day

Manual Handling

Man-riding Crane Suitability

LEI, Module 4 - 2 Day

MH (Marine Series)

Manual Handling

LEI, Module 5 - 1 Day

MH (Marine Vessels)

Rigging & Lifting

LEI, Module 6 - 2 Day

Mobile Crane Operations

Working at Height

Lifting Operations Awareness - 1 Day

Office Safety

Lifting Operations Awareness, Train the Trainer - 2 Day

PPE

DVDS

Lifting Equipment Examiners - 2 Day

Rigging & Lifting

Crane Ops & Cargo Handling

Lifting Operations Planning & Risk Assessment - 1 Day

Safe Cargo Handling O+G UK

Falls & Falling Objects

Loft Management & Lifting Equipment Examiners - 2 Day

Standard Crane Hand Signals

Injuries to Fingers & Hands

LOLER Presentation - 1 Day

Subsea Rigging

Manual Handling

Manual Handling Awareness - 1 Day

Working at Height

Rigging & Lifting

Confined Space Entry Safety Awareness

No need to fear confined


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Manual Handling Assessor - 2 Day


Manual Handling, Train the Trainer - 3 Day

Rigging & Lifting - 3 Day

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To enquire about course availability and


booking please contact info@nsl-aberdeen.com

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the casualty is connected they can
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handbooks, or produce a bespoke product conforming to your corporate
branding. The products are available in a range of languages.

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4 Protection of load
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6 Availability of suitable rigging
7 Protection of rigging (sharp edges)
8 Capacity of hoisting equipment
9 Availability of certified anchor points
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Maximum height load to be lifted
Any dynamic factors
Hazards to other personnel
Number of Banksmen required
Communications
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Available light
Personnel Experience/competence

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