ADC has teamed up with Global Resources Management Ltd. to ensure the drill crews returning to the industry are able to demonstrate the required level of competency within their job role.
The casualisation of the workforce has resulted in crews being comprised by temporary teams, many of these people have never worked together and lack the team dynamics. An untrained workforce presents huge safety risks. Recent job shortages have led to a reduction in our experienced workforce. An inexperienced crew may be less safety conscious and unlikely to challenge authority on safety issues due to their incompetence.
1. Competency Assessment and Review
Before commencing the training, each candidate will complete a competency assessment from a bank of 50 randomly selected questions related to the learning outcomes of ADC’s Virtual Academy courses which cover drilling equipment, dropped objects, well control, working at height and risk.
2. Role Specific Training and Awareness
Based on the results of the competency assessment, ADC will allocate the Virtual Academy units focused on the areas identified to improve the individual person’s competency related to their job role. Drill crews will be expected to demonstrate an understanding in the following role-specific topics:
3. 'Back to Work' Program
As soon as the allocated ADC training units are passed, each person will join the Global Resources ‘Back to Work’ program. The ‘Back to Work’ program offers the full suite of Global TCC training which includes mainly vocational and safety-related topics.
Example courses are: Abrasive Wheels, Forklift + Refresher, HAVS, Manual Handling, Risk Assessment etc.
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