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ODL has been awarded a contract by Shell Offshore Inc. to develop customized eLearning and competence solutions for its Olympus tension leg platform (TLP) development in the Mars field, GoM. The contract award also includes the delivery of facility-specific system operating manuals (SOMs) and procedures.
A Wood Group PSN business, ODL will develop and publish over 50 eLearning courses specific to the Olympus TLP, which is located approximately 130 miles south of New Orleans.
The eLearning courses cover facility-specific modules to educate operators about all systems, equipment, instrumentation and controls, and procedures for startup and shutdown of the facility. To enable effective operation, troubleshooting and equipment maintenance, ODL will develop materials that include interactive learning exercises, a library of site-specific photos, narrated videos, animations and 3-D illustrations to enhance operators' overview of the facility and piping.
ODL will also deliver facility-specific SOMs, including safety and environmental management system compliant operating procedures. The information contained in the SOMs and operating procedures will provide the foundation for the eLearning courses, which will be accessible to all operators working on the Olympus TLP.
Along with the facility-specific training content and procedures required by the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, ODL's eLearning solutions offer Shell the option of testing the knowledge and skills of the individuals completing the course. Shell also has to option to assign eLearning courses to individual employees, track progress of completions and maintain an auditable history of training compliance and competence.