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3 Things to Remember When Taking Your Sea Survival Sertifikasi (BNSP)

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These are 3 Things to Remember When Taking Your Sea Survival Sertifikasi (BNSP) Training. This guide will help you understand what to do when taking your Sea Survival Sertifikasi BNSP certification and training in Indonesia.

This article will help you prepare for your next training session in BNSP sea survival sertifikasi at Jakarta or Batam.

Three Things to Remember When Taking Your Sea Survival Sertifikasi (BNSP)

Indonesia is the largest oil and gas producer (No. According to Wikipedia, Indonesia is the 22nd largest oil and gas producer in the world with an average of 833667 barrels per day. According to the Indonesian Ministry for Energy and Mineral Resources, there were 288.442 oil and gas workers in Indonesia in 2013. The number of oil and gas workers in Indonesia has increased dramatically over the last five years.

The 2015 data also shows that there are 31.742 upstream workers in Indonesia. These numbers are based on 2006 data which shows that 21.835 people work in the upstream.

Oil and gas workers who plan to travel to the oceans must complete sea survival training. This training is required for all workers who are planning to go on platforms, moving equipment or FPSOs. All major oil companies and oil and gas operators in Indonesia require this training.

Three options are available for Sea Survival Training in Indonesia: OPITO Certification and Local Certification and BNSP Certification.

The OPITO certificate is the first. Although the certificate is widely accepted and highly appreciated by the company, the cost for the worker in Indonesia is high. The price has been painfully paid, especially when the Oil and Gas Industry dropped around 2015 and currency exchanges during this time.

Second: Local certification. Although the certificate costs less, it is accepted more often.

Alternatives exist that are affordable for workers and widely accepted. These certificates can be issued by an official state body, which is even better. This is Sea Survival Sertifikasi (BNSP).

BNSP has certified several LSPs (Lembaga Sertifikasi Profesi / Indonesian Profession Certification), to provide this type of training. LSPs work in the HSEQ and Offshore areas. One of these LSPs is Transafe Indonesia.

What does Sertifikasi Certification mean?

BNSP Certification is a state-issued competency certificate through BNSP.
BNSP, an independent organization established under the government of Law Number 13-Year 2003 on Manpower. Through certification, the Agency ensures that all professional fields in Indonesia are recognized for their competence.

The BNSP certificate will help Indonesian Upstream Oil and Gas workers be more competitive on the ASEAN market. These workers will have greater opportunities in neighbouring countries.

BNSP Certification has a “Competent and Not Yet Competent” option, which is different from other courses that require you to attend training. A BNSP certification will be awarded to you if you are successful. You will not be awarded the certificate if you fail to pass, even if it’s only one or two.

These LSPs often have a TUK (Tempat Uji Kompetensi/Authorized Assessment Venue). TUKs often offer trainings prior to the BNSP exam. LSP Transafe Indonesia, for example, has two TUKs. One is in Jakarta and one in Batam.

These background facts are overkill. What about the 3 things to avoid while taking Sea Survival Training with Sertifikasi BNSP, Mr. Luki Tantra?

These are the things that I learnt while doing sea survival training at LSP Transafe with Sertifikasi BNSP. This is my experience as both a participant and as BNSP assessor.

You might have done this training 10 times before. Or you may have taken the Premium Investment OPITO Sea Survival course before. You may be in the Oil and Gas sector for between 30-40 years.

There must be something slightly different. You might have forgotten some information from the previous Sea Survival Class, even though you attended it 3-4 years back.

Many of the TUKs already utilize Competence Based Training (CBT). Focus on the training in the class, while details about the assessment and interview will be helpful later.

You might already be an expert on oil and gas or you may just be starting this training for the 10th time. You must follow the practice sessions as well, just like in the class.

Perform the water entry by jumping off the platform. Do the HELP/HUDDLE again. Complete the Liferaft uprighting. Do the hard climb up on the scramblenet. Get on the swing rope.

Practical sessions have been inspected by assessors. I ask trainers whether there are any people that I should be concerned with or if they don’t follow the session.

You might have done this training many times already. You may be in the Oil and Gas industry for many decades.

These BNSP Assessors, however, are designated by the LSPs. They were technical certified. They are to be respected. You might encounter an older looking judge.

Be positive. They had at the very least, the sea survival sertifikasi BNSP certificate ahead of them. They also put in their efforts on practical and In class sessions, just as you did.

Respect them and show enthusiasm. Relax, but keep your eyes on the question.

These are the 3 Things to Avoid when taking Sea Survival Sertifikasi (BNSP) training. This is a helpful article that I recommend you share with your Indonesian friends.

They may be awarded their Competence Certificates so that more Indonesian workers can obtain them.

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