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Important Covid-19 Information - October 14th, 2022
Please see the linked document which is effective for all travelers offshore November 1st, 2022.  COVID-19 Offshore Bulletin
Important HUET Training Notice / CA-EBS Implementation – September 17, 2022
Effective September 17, 2022, all passengers traveling via Shell-contracted helicopters in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico require the completion of THUET/BOSIET/FOET with Compressed Air Emergency Breathing Systems (CA-EBS). Offshore travelers shall ensure their THUET, BOSIET or FOET records include the “CA-EBS” notation. Personnel holding a certification without the CA-EBS notation will require additional training or retraining if planning to travel offshore on or after September 17, 2022.

Corresponding with this change, Shell will transition to the new Survitec Halo survival vest which includes the CA-EBS. A 3-minute video introducing the new vest can be viewed at Survitec Halo Passenger Lifejacket.

Shell passengers can renew/update their training to reflect CA-EBS qualified at any OPITO-approved training facility that offers HUET courses. Please remember that any training taken must specify “with CA-EBS.” Updated training without CA-EBS will not be accepted.

Updated training certificates should be sent to the Shell Compliance Dispatcher at newpaxform@shell.com or can be presented at the terminal. Additional information regarding this change is available at the following ShellContractor.com link: CA-EBS Information

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Protection of both the health and well-being of all employees and contractors and protection of the environment are of utmost concern to Shell. To effectively manage contractor HSE performance, Shell utilizes the Contractor HSE Management Process (CSMP).

This process describes the identification, assessment, and control of HSE-related risk incurred by using contractors to provide services. Shell includes contractor HSE performance in its reported progress toward targets and expects all Shell and contractor employees to participate equally in achieving HSE objectives.

In addition, we are committed to following the HSSE Commitment and Policy.