Training

Training Descriptions:

Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Safety – Awareness course, in accordance with ANSI Z390.1-2006 covering identification, signs and symptoms, contingency plans, PPE, policies and procedures. Additionally instruction is given as to the proper use of SCBA (Self Contained Breathing Apparatus) and Fit Testing Requirements. (1 Year certification)

Medic First Aid / CPR –Nationally accredited training, covering:

  •   Primary assessment
  •   CPR
  •   Choking
  •   Wounds / Bleeding
  •   Shock management
  •   Stroke
  •   Allergic reactions
  •   Heat / Cold injuries
  •   Movement of injured individual
  • Optional additions to the class are Blood borne Pathogens and AED (Automated External Defibrillator) training. (2   year certification)

Fit Testing – Quantitative and Qualitative fit testing given for both half and full face breathing equipment. All testing includes medical evaluation form which will be assessed by our on staff nurse. (Valid for 1 year) (All types of respirators can be provided)

Safeland / Safegulf – In the Oil and Gas Industry, Operators share a common Contractor workforce. After years of requiring Contractors to complete separate but very similar safety orientations for each Operator, a group of Operators came together to create a standard safety orientation that would be accepted by each of them, thus saving time and resources.

Fire Extinguisher Maintenance – Basic awareness concerning proper care of fire extinguishers, monthly inspection procedures, basic understanding of principals associated with fire, and proper extinguishing techniques.

Forklift – Certification course involving lecture on OSHA and ANSI standards, culminating in both written and hands on classification. (3 year certification)

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – Course includes general requirements for use, inspection, maintenance cleaning and storage of PPE. Also the course includes regularity requirements for both employers and employees.

Globally Harmonized Systems (GHS) – The course will cover the elements that address the OSHA training requirements for GHS. Recognizing that many workers did not have adequate training in hazard communication or at least have not had recent training, the course will also provide basic/refresher training in the requirements of the HazCom regulations. The course length is approximately two hours. Topics covered will include:

Job Safety Analysis – It is common for contractor personnel to be required to perform Job Safety Analysis (JSA) at worksites, but operators are increasingly concerned at the quality of those JSAs the concept of JSAs is relatively easy to explain. The problem is that workers do not appear to see the value of JSAs in keeping them safe. This course was developed in order to create a course that engages crews, gives them simple concepts they can easily understand and gives them tools they take back to the job.

Monthly Safety Meetings – For companies interested in creating a positive safety environment for their workers safety meetings prove to be a great tool. Courses taught on a scheduled basis send a message to all workers that their safety is of the utmost importance. Our instructors are able to tailor meeting topics around jobs performed within the company. Insurance companies often offer discounts for companies that have documented proof of monthly safety meetings.

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