Managing Security Risks in the Oil and Gas Sector
Qualification ……………… SFJ Awards Level 4
Duration …………………….five-day course
This is a classroom training course delivered specifically to those who have a need to understand the complexities and differences of managing a security provision in the oil and gas sector.
The energy and extraction sectors face continual challenges from man-made threats and natural hazards.
Drawing on case studies from around the world, the training course addresses some of the more complex risks associated with the oil and gas industry in a range of environments and examines the risks in Upstream-to-Downstream operations.
Delivered by trainers with extensive operational security management experience in the Oil and Gas sector, the course examines and develops risk management theory and applies this to the modules delivered. Successful learners will earn an IQ Level 4 Award and completion certificate.
Utilising elements of the ANSI-API STD 780 Security Risk Assessment Methodology and additional resources, the course highlights the spectrum of risk elements that have the potential to impact upon security management operations, experienced by security practitioners in the sector.
- Security risk analysis in oil and gas sector
- Corporate social responsibility, human rights, and community management
- Managing activism risk
- Managing acts of militancy and terrorism against the oil and gas sector
- Oilfield and pipeline security
- Refinery security
- Maritime and offshore security
- Downstream (retail security)