New e-learning to support the UK's offshore wind industry and speed up the consenting process Getting to know the team: Henk Jaap Kloosterman, Head of Strategic Accounts RPS signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the International Geothermal Association 2022 NTA Program Updates - February Learning and Technology - Latest Developments The Application of 3D Visualisation in Training - Workshop A Great Success IGA and RPS - Call for Instructors RPS - getting participants back into the field First paper publication - congratulations Conall! Henk Jaap Kloosterman to speak at AAPG/PESGB energy transition forum (19-20 May 2022) RPS will be at EAGE Annual 2022 RPS will be attending IMAGE '22 RPS will be exhibiting at the Carbon Capture Technology Expo Europe '22 They're here - our new Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) self-paced e-learning courses 2023 NTA Training Program Launch Back to the field...2022 round up 2023 NTA Program Update - New Course RPS is now a Tetra Tech Company 2023 NTA Program - training in Norway 2023 NTA Program Update - New Course - N597 New self-paced e-learning courses now available - Petrophysics, Geophysics and Geostatistics Tetra Tech - RPS will be exhibiting at the CCUS conference (Houston, US) New Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) courses now available RPS Tetra Tech will be exhibiting at IMAGE 2023 Neurodiversity at RPS: Connor’s Story 2024 Nautilus Training Alliance (NTA) Program Launch 2024 NTA PROGRAM UPDATE - NEW CLASTICS FIELD COURSE Volunteering week - what the training team has been up to RPS Tetra Tech will be exhibiting at EAGE 2024

Safety first always

Keeping you and your staff safe while delivering exceptional training courses.


Risk management is central to every field class we run. Field courses add a layer of complexity and risk due to the outdoor environment and bring a number of challenges and risks that need to be managed whilst operating outdoors and in remote locations, including:

  • Extreme environmental conditions and unpredictable weather
  • Hikes and walks, on and off trails, to field localities
  • Hazardous flora and fauna endemic to the course area
  • Transport on highways, dirt roads, and off road
  • Remoteness to healthcare facilities
  • Environmental reactions and allergies
  • Coordinating emergency response

By focusing on people, processes, and purpose, RPS combines exceptional learning practices while setting the standard in the industry for field-based risk management. Enhanced safety measures have recently been added to address Covid-19 related risks.

People, process, purpose

  • People

    • Dedicated, medical first responder & incident manager on each course
    • Continuous job-specific training for RPS field representatives
    • Qualified drivers trained to operate multi-passenger, convoy, and/or off-road vehicles
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  • Process

    • Course-specific safety assessments with detail on each field stop
    • Logistical support spanning from accommodation bookings to emergency response
    • Scenario-based testing of emergency response systems
    • Highly specific field equipment, tested and rated
    • Tailored satellite tracking for rescue, mapping and communication
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  • Purpose

    • Continual course review and revision for improvement
    • Internally and externally audited every 1 to 3 years
    • Ongoing research on trends and outdoor practices leading to improvement
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NOLS risk management review

RPS has invested in the quality of its risk management practices through a risk management review conducted by NOLS Risk Services in 2019. NOLS is an organization with 55 years of experience managing risk in remote environments around the globe. While NOLS doesn’t endorse or certify our practices, we are further enhancing our risk management strategy as a result of this review. We have invested time and resources in our risk management systems because the health and well-being of our participants and staff is of the highest priority.

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