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Our training staff combines years of petrochemical experience in HSE with academic knowledge and skills to deliver a groundbreaking course.

If we don’t offer courses you need, we will develop a customized class just for you.

Basic Courses

The course is developed for those workers who may be exposed to blood or other possibly infectious materials. This course was developed from OSHAs bloodborne pathogens standard 29 CFR 1910.1030and will provide students with the knowledge and information needed to help ensure they remain safe in workplaces where these hazards exist.

This course is designed for any worker needing to adhere to the updated GHS standard for Hazard Communication and anybody who may need to identify, handle, or be exposed to a variety of different chemical types. Worker examples include transportation specialists, first responders, firefighters, construction workers, safety officers, laboratory technicians, environmental engineers, waste water treatment operators, and chemical handlers of any kind.

Topics covered:

• Hazard Evaluation/Identification
• Definitions of Important Terms• Safety Data Sheets
• Written Hazardous Communication Program
• Implementation Dates
• Container Labeling with All Updated Labeling Information
• Controlling Health & Physical Hazards
• Protective Equipment Selection
• Employee Training

(Worker’s Comp)

This course is designed to inform employees about the requirements for lockout/tagout during servicing and maintenance of machines or equipment. Also covered are the requirements of the OSHA Lockout/Tagout Standard, procedures for the application of locks and tags, and a discussion of the types of energy these procedures are designed to control.


• Understand key components of the lockout/tagout standard
• Understand the purpose and elements of an energy control program
• Understand types and responsibilities of people involved with lockout/tagout
• Understand elements that must be included in energy control procedures
• Learn the training and inspection requirements
• Learn steps to safely apply energy shutdown

Topics Covered:

• Lockout
• Tagout
• Conditions for Lockout/Tagout
• Purpose for Lockout/Tagout
• General Requirements for Lockout/Tagout
• Energy Control Application
• Release for Lockout/Tagout
• Energy Control Program

Hazards exist in every workplace in many different forms: sharp edges, falling objects, flying sparks, chemicals, noise and a myriad of other potentially dangerous situations. Using the proper personal protective equipment (PPE), will help to ensure that employees remain safe when working around the many hazards a workplace can have. It is critical that workers have a working knowledge of the various types of personal protective equipment and how to use each type properly.

Topics Covered:

• Head Protection
• Eye & Face Protection
• Respiratory & Chemical Protection
• Selection & Proper Use
• Maintenance & Storage
• Chemical & Electrical Protection
• Hand & Body Protection
• Foot & Crushing Protection

Details a variety of different ways to avoid injury and death from tool use, avoid exposing workers to electrical contact, and instructs learners on how to identify safe work practices. This course also goes over categories of tools, as well as the safe usage and storage of specific tools.

Topics Covered:

• Basic Concepts
• Hand & Power Tools
• Tool Hazards
• Mechanical Power Transmission
• Definitions
• Requirements
• Pneumatic & Hydraulic Tools
• Hazard Controls

For those who may need to wear respirators in the workplace, this in-depth, interactive Respiratory Protection course will teach you how to do it safely and knowledgeably. Under OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.134, employers are required to provide effective respirator training to those workers who are required to wear respirators. The training must be comprehensive, understandable, and recur annually or more often, if necessary.

Topics covered: 

• Written Program Procedures
• Medical Evaluations
• Respirator Use
• Proper cleaning, maintenance, and storage
• Respirator Selection
• Fit Testing
• Training
• Emergency Situations

This course gives you a basic understanding of the means of egress, emergency action plans (EAP), and fire protection plans. Familiarity with these plans in any workplace can save lives.

Topics covered: 

• OSHA Standards
• The Dangers of Excavations
• Protection of Employees
• Hazardous Conditions
• Access and Egress
• Falls and Equipment
• Planning
• Competent Person
• Summary

This course describes the potential hazards of working with benzene. Topics include: Acceptable Exposure Limits Chemical Hazards Warning Properties and Characteristics Atmospheric Monitoring Safe Handling and Labeling Personal Protective Equipment.


Respirators can make breathing more difficult and not everyone is able to wear a respirator. Some conditions that could prevent you from using a respirator include heart conditions, lung disease, and psychological conditions like claustrophobia. Before you use a respirator or are fit-tested, your employer must evaluate whether you are medically able to wear it.

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A “fit test” tests the seal between the respirator’s face piece and your face. It takes about fifteen to twenty minutes to complete and is performed at least annually. After passing a fit test with a respirator, you must use the exact same make, model, style, and size respirator on the job.



Fall Protection

The overall objective of this training is to protect those entering or working around a confined space. In this course you will learn the physical, chemical, and biological principles related to safe working with confined spaces. Objectives of this course are for the student to:

• Understand the scope & application of OSHA’s various confined space entry standards
• Identify “Confined Spaces”, then determine if they are “Permit Required”
• Understand OSHA requirements for developing and maintaining a “permit-required confined space entry program”
• Know responsibilities of entrants, attendants, entry supervisors, contractors
• Identify when you may utilize OSHA’s “Alternate Entry” and “Reclassification” procedures
• Understand the requirements for “Rescue & Emergency Services”
• Have a basic knowledge of the general use and limitations of related equipment

This 8 Hour Confined Space Supervisor Course was built from the OSHA standard for permit-required confined space safety in general industry – CFR 1910.146. This comprehensive, self-paced 8-hour course includes hazard identification and remediation, detailed Permit Required Confined Space topics and sub- topics, supervisor responsibilities, and much more.

Topics covered: 

• Types of Confined Spaces
• Definitions
• Hazards, Hazard Types, and Recognition
• Permit Required Confined Space (PRCS) Requirements
• PRCS Responsibilities
• PRCS Program, Permitting, and Record Keeping
• Training
• Monitoring (Includes NIOSH Pocket Guide)
• PRCS Engineering Controls, Work Practices, and PPE
• PRCS Hot WOrk (Includes Welding)
• PRCS Emergency Response
• Supervisor/Competent Person Responsibilities


(+ Qualified Rigger)

Fire Safety

Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)

The H2s Survive (4-hour) course prepares general industry workers by providing crucial knowledge of the dangers of H2S and the precautions, tools and controls necessary when working in H2S environments. This course covers the classroom requirements of ANSI Z390.1.

Each student is required to operate and present in class:

• Picture Identification
• Self-contained breathing apparatus
• A detector tube device
• Perform rescue breathing on a mannequin

Topics covered:

• Physical properties of H2S
• Health hazards of H2S
• Protection from H2S
• Basic rescue techniques
• Hands-on experience that includes:
• Operating a self-contained breathing apparatus
• Perform rescue lift and drag exercises

Confined Space

Identifying fall hazards and deciding how best to protect workers is the first step in reducing or eliminating fall hazards. This important safety course will show you a variety of methods to safeguard you from falling at height, including how to properly use fall protection equipment, as well as provide guidance on how safety managers can ensure a safe workplace for their workers, certifying you under OSHAs Fall Protection standard 29 CFR 1926 Subpart M.

Topics covered: 

• Definitions
• Engineering Controls
• Recommended Work Practices
• Workplace, Record Keeping, and Reporting Requirements
• Personnel and Medical Responsibilities
• Information and Training Requirements
• Personal Protective Equipment

First Aid

The Adult First Aid/CPR/AED course incorporates the latest science and teaches students to recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as burns, cuts, scrapes, sudden illnesses, head, neck, back injuries, heat and cold emergencies and how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies for victims. Successful students will receive a certificate for Adult First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years.

Equipment Safety

(+ Competent Person)

Designed to cover the current safety training requirements found in the OSHA standard and ANSI regarding Aerial Platforms and Mobile Scaffolding “Scissor Lift”. To implement safe operating practices and awareness of safe operating procedures to reduce or eliminate equipment related incidents and accidents. To increase overall knowledge of Aerial Lift / Boom Lift operating principles. 4 Hour Class Room Session: Est. 20 mins per student per Aerial Lift for hands-on portion. This time includes hands-on vehicle maintenance inspection.

Topics Covered: 

• SOP’s / Responsibility
• Types of Man Lifts
• Hazards of Personnel Baskets
• Safe Operating Procedures
• Operators Checklist
• Inspect The Work Area
• Maintenance
• OSHA Standards for Aerial and Scissor Lifts
• Definitions of Related Terms
• Aerial & Scissor Lift Accidents, Fatalities, and Causes
• Operating Instructions
• Safe Work Practices
• Operator Training
• Operator Responsibilities

The Forklift Safety course covers safety requirements relating to the design, maintenance, and safe use of forklift trucks. It is designed to help student learn to evaluate the workplace and determine if loads can be safely moved. It includes: inspection of the equipment, lift limitations; understanding fulcrum and center of gravity along with safe operation in all phases of using the lift.

Safe Driving


Designed to take the place of multiple Operator orientations and to give each student a general idea of life and safety issues in the oil and gas industry, and sets minimum requirements for the US Onshore E&P Industry. This one-day program meets (API RP 75 & API RP T-1), OSHA, BSSE requirements and provides a basic understanding at an awareness level of certain general safety information that an employee should know before entering a company facility and while performing their assigned work duties.

• SafeLandUSA Certification
• Confined Space Entrant / Attendant (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146)
• Rigging
• Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1000)
• Lockout/Tag-out (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147)
• Fall Protection (OSHA 29 CFR 1926.500)
• Hazmat (HM 126) (DOT 49 CFR Part 171)
• Hazardous Communications (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200)
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Hearing Conservation (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95)
• Emergency Response
• Process Safety Management
• Welding Safety
• Defensive Driving



We are always looking for additional training opportunities! If the demand is high, we will certainly develop the course for you!

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