MOIG provided through its Members and Technical Partners (Responders) accredited training to the Oil and Gas Industry with a full range of courses to international and globally recognized training standards such as International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Incident Command System (ICS).

  • International Maritime Organization (IMO)

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has developed a range of Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response and Co-operation (OPRC) training courses to address aspects of oil spill planning, response and management. These IMO courses on oil pollution preparedness and response have been developed for three levels of competency: Operational Staff (IMO Level 1), Supervisors and On-Scene Commanders (IMO Level 2) and Senior Management personnel (IMO Level 3).

MOIG is able to deliver these types of training with certificates to Oil Gas Industry through its Members and Technical partners.

  • Incident Command System (ICS)

Incident Command System (ICS) is a range of training consisting of a standard management hierarchy and procedures for managing temporary incident(s) of any size. ICS includes procedures to select and form temporary management hierarchies to control funds, personnel, facilities, equipment, and communications. ICS is a system designed to be used or applied from the time an incident occurs until the requirement for management and operations no longer exist. ICS is interdisciplinary and organizationally flexible to meet the following management challenges:

MOIG is able to deliver these types of training with certificates to Oil Gas Industry through its Members and Technical partners.