NOG safety training courses
NOG is the abbreviation for Norsk olje og gass, translated into English as The Norwegian Oil & Gas Association.
This is an employers' organisation for the oil and gas industry in Norway, which until 2012 was called Oljeindustriens Landsforening (OLF).
The offshore oil and gas employers/branch organisations of the United Kingdom (Oil and Gas UK), Denmark (Olie Gas Danmark), Norway (Norsk olje og gas) and the Netherlands (NOGEPA) have agreed that they will accept each other's training standards for work in each other's part of the North Sea. However, NOG requests a supplement to the Dutch (NOGEPA) and English (OPITO) standards with an Escape Shute Training for operations in the Norwegian part of the North Sea. This is also called the 'mutual agreement'.
You can read more about this on the NOG website.
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
The Personal Safety Logbook (PSL) is a personal booklet in which you can collect all your diplomas, skills and possibly medical data. It is not mandatory to have a safety passport, but it is a useful document in which you can keep all the above information together.
You can contact us to check the validity of a NOG (OLF) certificate. Please have the certificate number, surname and date of birth ready.
Yes, if you pass, you will receive a free sticker from us immediately after the training.
No. For an additional charge of EUR 17.50 excluding VAT, we will send a paper certificate by mail.
Yes, you will receive a certificate in .pdf format in your e-mail.