BOSIET: Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training

When working at offshore locations, basic training in how to deal with emergencies is a must. Legally as well as logically. Offshore facilities are often miles away from any means of rescue. Being able to handle yourself in such an environment demands the necessary skillset and know-how. In other words: a BOSIET course.

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BOSIET with EBS (Digital Delivery) Course Overview

Immediate & Effective Response With Basic Safety & Emergency Response Training

At the event of any offshore oil and gas accidents, employees stand a better chance at surviving high-risk scenarios when they are equipped with safety induction, basic firefighting and self-rescue; first aid, helicopter safety and escape and survival at sea skills.
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Minimize Risks During an Emergency Situation

To ensure employee safety at all times, employees need to have a basic understanding of potential offshore hazards and the emergency procedures to be followed in the event of an emergency situation.
Minimize Risks During an Emergency Situation

Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training (OPITO Approved)

with or without EBS / TSBB /CA-EBS


3 Days


4 Years


All delegates must either

  • Possess a valid, current offshore medical certificate or
  • Possess an employing company approved medical certificate equivalent to an offshore medical certificate or
  • Undergoes medical screening by completing an appropriate medical screening form provided by the OPITO-approved centre



BOSIET Training In Malaysia

We support your company’s Bosiet training needs. The course is suitable for all those working at offshore oil & gas companies.

Employees new to offshore facilities


Employees already working at offshore facilities


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Essential Skills For Offshore Companies

Offshore facilities are often located in remote and isolated locations, making it difficult for help to arrive on time. Let us help your employees respond promptly and effectively during critical situations.