SPE Online Education
Automation - How Can Good Go So Bad?
Recorded On: 06/28/2018
With the implementation of new technology on deep-water units, there have been huge strides made towards a safer and more efficient way of drilling wells. However, with the introduction of these advancements different challenges also arise. In fact, as new technologies are introduced, the more important team skills, or Crew Resource Management becomes. With new technology, teams change and confidence in the new roles and responsibilities can suffer, which can effect communication and ultimately decision making. Piggy backing off the success of the aviation industry, at Maersk Training, we've found an efficient way to ensure that teams utilize each other to mitigate human error and more fluently adapt new technologies into their operations is by integrating three pieces of training. Specifically, we focus on merging high fidelity simulations with technical training and Crew Resource Management. This presentation highlights how to best train crews going into operations with MPD.
This webinar is categorized under the Drilling discipline.
Technical Instructor/Curriculum Developer, Maersk Training Houston
Ms. Baldwin has spent 15 years as a technical instructor and curriculum developer, covering topics as diverse as communications and tracking systems for the International Space Station, blow out preventer MUX control systems, and crew resource management.
She has a B.S. in Physics and Adult Education from the University of Texas at Austin, and is currently the lead for CRM instruction and curriculum design at Maersk Training Houston. Her previous employment stops have included NASA and GE Oil & Gas.
Maersk Training Houston
Mr. Roberts spent over 20 years in the US Marine Corp flying multi-crewed aircraft and instructing air crews on Crew Resource Management. His has lead Marines at all levels of command during his tenure in the Corps. His specialties in the human factor domain center on Leadership and the optimization of high performance teams. Matthew comes to Maersk Training Houston by way of Rice University where he taught Leadership, Ethics, Management, Communication and Teamwork at various academic levels.
He has a B.A. in Exercise Physiology from University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), a M.S. in Leadership from Boston University and a M.S. National Defense/Organizational Development from the Royal Military College of Canada. He is also a certified Crew Resource Management Instructor and Facilitator.
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