SHEA Gas Passport Training for groups of four or more
The SHEA Gas Passport which is also known more formally as the Utility Safety, Health and Environmental Awareness (Gas) Scheme has been developed with the gas industry to provide a consistent approach to training in line with the guidelines from the Health and Safety Executive.
For groups you can have the SHEA Gas Passport course delivered at your premises.
We provide training for groups of four or more people in the North-West of England through a network of approved trainers. If you would like a quote for your training needs please contact Peter Bradley by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is the SHEA Gas training course intended for?
It is designed for people involved in operations on gas industry sites, both long term and temporary and has been developed for operatives, supervisors and management.
What is covered by the Utility SHEA Gas Course?
The course comprises eleven modules, the first eight of which are common across the utilities sector. The remaining three course modules are specific to the gas industry and cover working on the network and above ground installations. Attendees are expected to draw on their experience of workplace safety issues. Testing takes place after each module and following successful completion of the course a Cover Note is issued
How long is the Utility SHEA Gas Training Course?
The course duration is one day. The trainer uses a PowerPoint style training package.
Only “In-House” Courses are available at present.
At present we provide course for groups of four or more people it is usually more suitable to arrange an ‘in-house’ course delivered at your own premises.
To make a booking email Peter on email@example.com and see if we can help you.
SHEA Gas Passport Course Content and Structure
- Your responsibilities.
- Risk Assessment.
- Workplace Procedures.
- Above Ground Installations (AGI) Workplace Procedures (gas specific module).
- Physical Hazards (part 1).
- Working in the Highway (gas specific module).
- Physical Hazards (part 2).
- Excavations (gas specific module).
- Hazards to Health (part 1).
- Hazards to Health (part 2).
- The Environment.
Examination and Assessment
A multiple choice examination paper is taken comprising 55 questions. The pass mark is set at 80%.
The delegate who successfully completes the course will receive a ‘Cover Note’ that is valid for 45 days, the formal EUSR Gas Safety Passport can take 5 weeks for delivery.
Awarding and Examination Body
Energy and Utility Skills – the sector skills body for the UK gas industry.
All delegates need to bring to the course a form of photo identification, this can include a Passport or Driving Licence. Photographs are taken by digital camera for the EUSR cards.