National Offshore Training Program
The National Offshore Training Program provides comprehensive, multi-tiered, professional development opportunities for BSEE inspectors and engineers. Our focus is to enhance the capabilities of these BSEE professionals to enforce safety and environmental regulations.
Our mission is to develop and promote a culture of safety across BSEE, at all times, at all levels.
- Reduce vulnerabilities by designing and delivering programs that meet the unique and varied needs of BSEE inspectors and engineers
- Provide structured training opportunities that integrate the latest technical expertise and practices of industry with prudent and rigorous safety and compliance mandates.
- Offer a world-class training program that serves as a model of professional development and continuing education.
|DID YOU KNOW?
Last year, our inspectors and engineers logged more than 10,000 training hours.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How can I become an offshore safety inspector?
Inspectors are government employees and perform inspections of oil and gas facilities in the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). Apply online at USA Jobs.
How do I register for training?
Training is available for all BSEE employees through the Department of the Interior’s Learning Management System, DOI Learn.
How can I learn more about BSEE?
BSEE works to promote safety, protect the environment, and conserve resources offshore through vigorous regulatory oversight and enforcement. Visit our home page (www.bsee.gov) and click on ‘about BSEE’ to learn more. The Office of Public Affairs is the primary point of contact for news media, organizations and the public seeking information about the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement's programs, policies, procedures and services.