Pipeline Field Operations Training

By 2022, it is estimated that more than a quarter of the pipeline workforce will be retirement eligible, and the industry is still facing a shortage of experienced workers from market downturns and people moving to other industries. At the same time, the industry is requiring an increase in technical competencies for many engineering, maintenance, and operations positions because of digital technologies being introduced that are changing the way fieldwork is done.

To add to the complexity, field workers are often working on their own in remote locations without easy access to help. They are working on heterogeneous assets and multi-generational equipment where no system is the same. And support documentation that covers different scenarios and variances from site to site is often limited or non-existent.

Mosaic helps clients in the pipeline industry:

  • Create competency-based training programs that enable employees to be flexible and nimble while working within regulatory, safety, and union constraints.
  • Develop training that builds foundational knowledge, then teaches people how to find the specific information they need during the flow of work.
  • Build critical thinking skills so employees learn to draw from a wide base of knowledge to troubleshoot and solve the problem at hand.
  • Deliver training to a remote workforce, necessitating less time in the classroom.
Electric Gas Pipeline