Varichem de Colombia offers training programs aimed at your company with the fundamental objective of being able to respond effectively to an emergency that can compromise life, the environment, image and infrastructure, agreements with The Nautical Institute, Texas A & M University – Corpus Christi.
Expert instructors and first technology equipment to train under IMO standards:
- LEVEL I – “First Responder”
- LEVEL II – “On Scene Commander”
- LEVEL III – “Spill Management and Planning of Spill Response Operations”
These courses are focused on the search for strategies to combat oil spills in Offshore, Nearshore and inland operations, both in Colombia and worldwide, as well as focusing on the prevention and attention of these contingencies and their administration by trained personnel under the model. Incident Command System (ICS).
Safe work in heights
Oil spill control
Conformation of brigades
Rescue in confined spaces
Incident command system
Evacuation and Rescue
Drills (Table top and in operations)
Safe work in confined spaces
Rescue in heights
SENA Resolution No. 1409 of 2012 to guide safe work training at heights for the Basic Operational, Basic Administrative and Advanced levels.
Oil spill control course in fast waters
This course provides practical and theoretical training in the development of strategies for response to oil spills in fast waters, focused on prevention, planning and operation.
The basic safety of spill response is addressed through observation, risk analysis and emergency planning. The participants will know the strategies and tactics to direct, collect and recover oil spills in rivers, with appropriate techniques to deal with the spill in the bodies of water, banks and banks.