MOME ( Management of Major Emergencies)

Major Emergencies


Management of Major Emergencies (MOME) training is designed to maintain competency standards for key operational and management personnel, from both onshore and offshore hydrocarbon industry. The course is delivered with 4 to 6 participants, each undertaking unique roles to simulate a Major Emergencies situation. These roles and responsibilities can include Installation Manager, Deputy Commander, Control Room Panel/ Radio Operator, Key Events Coordinator and Muster & Logistics Coordinator.

Target Audience

This course is aimed at personnel who form part of the Emergency Response organisation onboard offshore facilities and who are required to manage major emergencies such as OIM, production and maintenance superintendents, on scene commander & fire team leader, Installation Emergency Management Teams, Control Room Operators, Onshore Emergency Co-ordination Centres and Pipeline Operators.

Course Content

Theory Sessions

  • Emergency Management Philosophy
  • Information Management, Roles and Responsibilities
  • Emergency Response Procedures
  • Communications
  • Time Out – Team Brief
  • Stress Identification & Management
  • Abandonment
  • Options on various resources
  • Communications with Agencies
  • Escape Routes
  • Shutdown Facilities
  • Decision Making
  • Assertiveness
  • Information Management

Practical Sessions (MOME Simulations)

  • Condensate / Oil Spill
  • Accommodation /Gallery or Machinery Space Fire
  • Helicopter Crash on Deck
  • Gas Detection / Release
  • Tanker Collision
  • Sea Surface Fire
  • Structural Damage
  • Approaching Rogue Vessel
  • Loss of Stability
  • Evacuation
  • Abandonment
  • Injured Personnel
  • Missing Personnel or Man Overboard
  • Stressed Personnel (individual ineffectiveness or mass panic)
  • Rapidly developing situation leading to information overload
  • Loss of Mooring (where applicable)

CourseFee INRDurationCourse TimingDate CommenceRemarks

3 days 10:00-18:00On Demand