What is MIST Training
MIST Training means – Minimum Industry Safety Training. This training is for workers travelling offshore in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). The validity period of the training is four (4) years; then the certificate can be renewed with an online refresher course.
It was introduced to the North Sea in 2009, and is specifically used to provide all workers travelling offshore with basic safety awareness, in order to reduce the risk of accidents and injury.
The five modules covered in MIST are:
- Major Accident Hazards
- Work Hazards and Personal Safety
- Risk Management
- Control of Work
- Helicopter Safety
Online MIST training
Online MIST training is for experienced offshore employees looking to renew their MIST certification. What they need do is to access an online portal to complete MIST CBT (Computer Based Training).
It is a three-hour e-Learning course includes assessment and content on five key areas: Major Accident Hazards, Workplace Hazards and Personal Safety, Risk Management, Control of Work and Helicopter Safety.
The online refresher course can be completed at any time and in any location, as long as there is an internet connection. You are not restricted to complete the course in one sitting as your progress will be saved as you go through the course.
To renew your MIST certificate online you need a:
- Vantage POB number and
- You must have worked offshore before (UK or International).
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MIST training cost
Mist training cost by Warsash academy is: £475
MIST Online is £78.48 including VAT. Your OPITO MIST certificate can be accessed on completion of the course.
Where to enroll for MIST Training
You can enroll with Warsash Academy
Please contact the admissions team if you require more information about this course:
Telephone: +44 (0)23 8201 5004
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