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TRAINING FOR COMPETENCE – THE JOIFF WAY. 4 th International Conference for Fire Chiefs in the Chemical Industry MOL Danube Refinery 22 nd – 24 th May 2007. Gerry Johnson M.C.M.I. Born: Perth, Scotland 42 years experience in the Fire Industry

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training for competence the joiff way

TRAINING FOR COMPETENCE – THE JOIFF WAY

4th International Conference

for

Fire Chiefs in the Chemical Industry

MOL Danube Refinery

22nd – 24th May 2007

gerry johnson m c m i
Gerry Johnson M.C.M.I.
  • Born: Perth, Scotland
  • 42 years experience in the Fire Industry
  • 35 years service- CAA Airports CAT 4 - 9

- MOD Airports CAT 2A - 6A

  • 10 years as Chief Fire Officer British Aerospace/Rolls Royce sites, Filton, Bristol
      • First Chief Fire Officer of U.K. Occupational Fire Brigade to introduce NVQ Training for the Brigade
  • Training Advisor to JOIFF
      • with responsibility for the development of Competency Based Training
  • Chairman of JOIFF Training Standards Committee
joiff the organisation for emergency services
JOIFF - The Organisation for Emergency Services
  • Started life in 1989 as
    • JOIFF: Joint Oil Industry Fire Forum
  • Changed to
    • JO&IFF: Joint Oil and Industry Fire Forum
  • Now JOIFF Ltd. referred to as
  • JOIFF

The Organisation for Emergency Services Management

joiff the organisation for emergency services1
JOIFF - The Organisation for Emergency Services

JOIFF is:

Organisations that have nominated personnel as Emergency Responders i.e. Hazard Management Team / Occupational Firefighters etc. who provide cover to Industrial / Commercial Organisations

JOIFF’s Aim is:

To improve Standards of Safety and of the Working Environment in those Industrial and Commercial sectors in which its Members operate

joiff the organisation for emergency services2
JOIFF - The Organisation for Emergency Services

Membership - Categories

  • Full Member
    • Organisations with Emergency Services Personnel
  • Corporate Member
    • Organisations/Persons wishing to

participate with/support JOIFF

joiff membership numbers
JOIFF – Membership Numbers

Currently (April 2007)

76 Organisations that are Full Members

Australia 1 Bahrain 1 Belgium 1

Denmark 1 England 31 Falklands 1

Germany 1 Ireland 6 Malaysia 2

Netherlands 2 New Zealand 1 Russia 1

Qatar 2 Saudi Arabia 1 Scotland 4

Singapore 5 South Africa 5 Trinidad 1

U.A.E. 1 U.S.A 2 Wales 5

and 30 Organisations that are Corporate Members

England 19 France 1 Germany 2

Ireland 1 Japan 1 Kuwait 1

Netherlands 2 South Africa 1 Sweden 1

Switzerland 1

in 26 Countries

……..and growing !!!!

joiff full members
JOIFF – Full Members

Abu Dhabi Marine Alert Disaster Control Astellas Ireland

Bahrain Petroleum Bassell Polyolefins BASF Ludwigshafen

BASF Seal Sands Bayer CropScience Belgian Refining

Blue Star Fibres BP Chemicals Hull BP Exploration Dorset

BP Exploration Sullom Voe BP International Plc BP Kwinana

BP Oil Coryton Bristol Airport British Nuclear Fuels

British Sugar Cardiff Airport Chevron Corporation

Chevron Ltd. Chevron (Sth Africa) Ciba Specialty Chemicals.

ConocoPhillips Humber Refinery ConocoPhillips Petroleum Dow Benelux

Dow Corning Dublin Airport Engen Petroleum

Essex County F+R Service Esso Fawley Esso Malaysia

Falkland Islands F+R Fire Service College First Intervention

Gazobezopasnost GE Plastics GlaxoSmithKline Montrose

Hexion Specialty Idemitsu International plc Ineos Chlor

Ineos Manufacturing Scotland Irish Refining LF&R Washington Hall

Limerick CoCo Fire Service Manchester Airport Merck Sharpe & Dohme

NATREF South Africa New Zealand Refining Petrochemical Corporation

PetroSA South Africa PETROTRIN PETRONAS

Pfizer UK PPG Industries Qatar Int. Safety Centre

Qatar Petroleum Sasol Synfuels Saudi Aramco

SembCorp Utilities UK Southend Airport SUT SAKRA

SemLogistics Milford Haven Serya Chemcials Serco IFTC

Shell Global Shell Dansk Refinery Shell UK

South Tipperary Fire Service Syngenta HMC Talisman Energy

Total Lindsey Refinery Total Milford Haven Vopak Terminals

Williams Fire and Hazard

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JOIFF accredited training
  • Prior to JOIFF accredited Training, certification for Industrial Emergency Responders was
    • Certificate of Attendance
  • Reviewed Training available at the time
    • FPA; IFE; NFPA;
    • CAA; OPITO; EI;
    • Municipal Brigades
  • Not satisfied with what we found
    • JOIFF decided to self accredit its Training
joiff accredited training2
JOIFF accredited training
  • Formed JOIFF Training Standards Committee
    • Committee of experienced / highly qualified peers within Industry who
      • set standards for Training
      • established procedures to ensure maintenance of Standards
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JOIFF accredited Training
  • Course content
    • Is developed from a background of competent knowledge
    • Must be consistent and relevant
    • Requires on-going assessment and verification and review
  • Instructors / Assessors
    • Must be professional, knowledgeable and experienced in their field to maintain the Standard
    • Require on-going verification and review
  • Training facilities
    • Must be regularly risk assessed and safe
    • Must have resources / facilities necessary to allow the Training to be carried out
competency based training
Competency Based Training

JOIFF accredited Training

is

Competency Based Training

which is

an effective tool for Training

Emergency Services personnel

in

Industry

competency based training features
Competency Based Training- features
  • Job Role / Rank
    • builds in measurement of ability to do the job
  • provides for the development of role competencies by
    • establishing relevant training objectives
  • incorporates accredited assessments
    • independent verification that person is competent to

effectively do the job to which they are assigned

  • is based on the achievement and maintenance of competency
    • incorporates auditable personal records for each person
competency based training should be ongoing
Competency Based Training– should be ongoing..

Management commitment to:

  • Continually assesses Training outcomes
  • Develop future Training Action Plan based on

progress of each individual

  • Ensure implementation of a programme for Continuous

Personal Development of each individual

  • Reward

e.g. give certification / status;

base promotion / advancement on success / progress

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JOIFF Training Policy – QAP 002 1
  • Purpose of JOIFF Training
    • “… not only to meet minimum legal requirements, but to demonstrate

the intent to maintain a consistent level of expertise and

knowledge amongst Emergency Services Personnel…….”

  • Principals
    • “…initial / continuation / refresher and conversion Training and

maintenance of currency of competencies / revalidation…….”

  • Best Industry Practice
    • “…outcome is Certification of Qualification…”
  • Necessity for audit trail
    • “…Health and Safety / Quality Assurance Procedures…….”
joiff accredited training control
JOIFF Accredited Training - Control

JOIFF Training Standards Committee

Drawn from JOIFF Membership

preferred main location for training own site
Preferred main location for Training – Own Site
  • Financial and logistical advantages
    • using own equipment
    • exposure to own Risks
    • better control over timing
    • use of Site’s own Training facilities
    • this is where any incident will occur and will need to be dealt with
  • Possible disadvantages - if not properly planned
    • lack of availability of planned Training Programme
    • lack of availability of suitably accredited Instructors
    • is the Training provided recognised / accredited ?
accredited training on site
Accredited Training on Site
  • Competency Based Training Personal Portfolio
    • divided into UNITS and ELEMENTS to be carried out on the

Company Site by suitable Assessors / Instructors

plus

    • training e.g. practical Firefighting, to be carried out at an

approved Training Establishment where the training facilities

are not available on site

The most effective form of Competency Based Training is a mixture

ofon-siteTraining building on core content to address site-specific

issues andoff-site Training to provide specialist competencies / for

exposure to others to keep Training FRESH and RELEVANT

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INDEX of COMPETENCES (22)

Number of

Units Title Elements

1. Site familiarisation. 9

2. Personal Safety. 7

3. Science of Fire. 3

4. Elementary Hydraulics. 2

5. Elements of Building Construction. 3

6. Firefighting Media. 3

7. First Aid Firefighting equipment. 5

8. Fixed Installations. 7

9. Fire Safety Practice. 4

10. Appliances and Equipment. 6

11. Firefighting Operations. 3

continued/…

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INDEX of COMPETENCES (22)

Number of

Units Title Elements

12. Hydrant / Hose Standard Practices. 7

13. Pump Standard Practices. 11

14. Foam Standard Practices. 5

15. Ladder Standard Practices. 6

16. Pump and Ladder Standard Practices. 4

17. Knots, Ropes and Lines. 4

18. Ventilation and Salvage. 4

19. First Aid for Firefighters. 15

20. Operational use of BA and Associated Equipment. 9

21. Practical Firefighting.

22. Site Specific requirements.

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SECOND FLOOR FUEL SPILL

AND CYLINDER FIRE

SECOND FLOOR

SPLI T FLANGE FIRE

FIRST FLOOR – FUEL SPILL

GROUND FLR

SPLIT FLANGE FIRE

GROUND FIRE

GROUND FLR

PRESSURE VESSEL FIRE

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JOIFF Accredited Training

JOIFF recognised the shortcomings in current training requirements for Emergency Responders

  • Lack of “joined up” thinking
  • Lack of detailed knowledge of Industrial / Commercial response requirements
  • Lack of a standard system for accredited certification
  • Lack of a career path / personal development programme for Emergency Responders
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JOIFF Accredited Training
  • Covers core skills
  • Links into UK National Occupational Standards
  • Provides a “cradle to grave” career path
  • Provides Certificates of Competence that are recognised Worldwide
slide38

JOIFF Career Training Path for Emergency Responders in Industry

New EntrantExperienced personnel

YEAR 1YEAR 2 and ONWARDS Continuous Professional Development

On-going Certification of Maintenance of Currency of Competence

Operations in the Community

NVQ Level 3

Previous Training / Experience /

APL

Assessor and Verifier

NVQ Levels 3 and 4

BTEC Certification

Drive and Manoeuvre Fire Vehicles

FF 9 (NOS)

Control Operations

NVQ Level 3

JOIFF

Accredited

Firefighter Course

IFE

G I Fire E

Programme

JOIFF Accredited

2 day

Practical Firefighting Course

Watch Management

NVQ Level 3

JOIFF Accredited on-site Training Programme

BTEC Customised Awards

Levels 3 and 4

JOIFF Accredited

Team Leader Course

Fire Safety

NVQ

Levels 2, 3 and 4

I F E

Firefighter Technician

Programme

Certification Occupational FF

BA Wearer

IFE Preliminary

Examination

Learning and Development

NVQ Level 3

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JOIFF Accredited Training
  • is not yet the full solution
  • is in a continual stage of development
  • is developed and overseen by Industry specialists
  • is gaining a growing level of recognition
  • draws from all relevant sources
  • is current Best Industry Practice
slide40
Competency Based Training

without

Assessment and Verification

is not worth doing

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Information on

JOIFF Training Programmes

is available

on the JOIFF website

www.joiff.com

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TRAINING FOR COMPETENCE – THE JOIFF WAY

Thank you for your attention !!