OSHA Compliant Health & Safety Courses

  1. Fall Protection Safety Course
  2. Harnesses Safety Course
  3. Ladder & Scaffolding Safety Course
  4. Lock-Out / Tag-Out (LOTO) Safety Course
  5. Confined Space & Confined Space Entry Safety Course
  6. Hazardous Materials Safety Course
  7. Fire Safety & Prevention Course

 

 

  1. Fall Protection Safety Course

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for job site workers, personnel, supervisory personnel, safety managers, foremen, crew chiefs and job site superintendents and all other personnel involved in construction, roof related work and elevation where fall protection is required. Training of staff on fall protection is a must. Fatalities result from falls amongst construction workers, caused by several factors including unstable working surfaces, misuse of fall protection equipment, and human error.

Learning Expectations: This Fall Protection Safety training course program will ensure your employees are trained to OSHA standards in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. In addition, it will help your company reduce employee injuries, lower workers compensation premiums, and reduce overall risk of OSHA imposed citations in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. A variety of topics are covered in the training course program that include an Overview of role of Fall Protection in today’s industry, review of OSHA’s requirements for fall protection, basic skills in fall hazard recognition & control, equipment hazard alerts, hazardous situations, fall hazard analysis techniques, key steps to fall protection, fall protection systems, hazards associated with fall protection, ABC’s of a personal fall arrest system, use of guardrails, fall arrest systems, safety nets, covers, and travel restriction systems can prevent many deaths and injuries from falls, basic rescue preparedness and retrieval requirements, anchor points, selection, evaluation and practical applications, the fall protection plan, preventive measures, harnesses, personal protective equipment, lanyards, inspection, height specifications and fall protection knowledge quiz of the petroleum, oil, and gas industry.

Duration: Two Days.

  1. Harnesses Safety Course

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for construction, maintenance, supervisory personnel, supervisory personnel, safety managers, foremen, crew chiefs and job site superintendents and all other personnel involved in works with use of Harnesses.

Learning Expectations: This Harnesses Safety Training Program will ensure your employees are trained to OSHA standards. In addition, it will help your company reduce employee injuries, lower workers compensation premiums, and reduce overall risk of OSHA imposed citations. The training course instructs employees on the proper and safe use of harnesses. This training program covers use of different types of harnesses, full body harnesses and belts including for construction, tower climbing and derrick oil rig systems. in construction, also train attendees to become competent in scaffolding. The course consists of classroom instruction, group participation and practical hands-on exercises.

Duration: One Day.

  1. Ladder & Scaffolding Safety Course

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for construction, maintenance, supervisory personnel, supervisory personnel, safety managers, foremen, crew chiefs and job site superintendents and all other personnel involved in works with use of ladder, scaffolding or supervising scaffold workers.

Learning Expectations: This combined Ladder & Scaffolding Safety Training Program will ensure your employees are trained to OSHA standards. In addition, it will help your company reduce employee injuries, lower workers compensation premiums, and reduce overall risk of OSHA imposed citations. The training course will instruct employees on the proper and safe use of ladders in the workplace. The training course also trains attendees to become competent in scaffolding. Topics covered include proper ladder usage, proper placement, proper pitch, properly securing a ladder, ladder inspection & maintenance. The program also provides an overview of the different types of scaffolds in the OSHA regulations, erection and dismantling of several types of frame, tube & coupler, and system scaffolds, assembly procedures. The course consists of classroom instruction, group participation and practical hands-on exercises.

Duration: Two Day.

  1. Lock-out/Tag-out Safety (LOTO) Course

Who Should Attend: This training course program is designed for job site workers, construction, maintenance, supervisory personnel, supervisory personnel, safety managers, foremen, crew chiefs and job site superintendents and all other personnel involved in works with use or service of machinery and equipment.

Learning Expectations: This Lock-Out/Tag-Out Safety Training Program will ensure your employees are trained to OSHA standards, practices and procedures to safeguard employees from the unexpected energization or startup of machinery and equipment, or the release of hazardous energy during service or maintenance activities. In addition, it will help your company reduce employee injuries, lower workers compensation premiums, and reduce overall risk of OSHA imposed citations. Millions of workers face extreme risk from uncontrolled energy when servicing machinery. Serious injuries including fractures, lacerations, contusions, amputations, puncture wounds, electric shock, and falls, or death can be could be prevented if proper lockout/tag-out procedures at job sites are initiated. This Lock-Out/Tag-Out Training Program ensures that the hazards of uncontrolled energy are evaluated, safety procedures implemented, and that the proper hazard information is transmitted to all affected workers. A variety of relevant practical topic areas are covered that include how to recognize where lockout/tagout is needed, the different types of hazardous energy, understanding of the local lockout/tagout policy, techniques to select lockout/tagout devices, successful and safe conduct of lockout/tagout operations, the rules for safe lockout/tagout

Duration: One Day.

  1. Confined Space & Confined Space Entry Safety Course

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for individuals responsible for confined space entry or for planning and supervising employees, safety managers, foremen, crew chiefs and job site superintendents and all other personnel that work in confined spaces

Learning Expectations: The Confined Space & Confined Space Entry Safety training course program will ensure your employees are trained to OSHA standards in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. In addition, it will help your company reduce employee injuries, lower workers compensation premiums, and reduce overall risk of OSHA imposed citations in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. The training course program provides a detailed look at confined space regulations, the typical hazards involved, and a variety of control measures. A comprehensive set of relevant topic areas are covered in the training course program that include overview of confined space’s role in today’s Industry, OSHA training requirements, OSHA’s requirements for confined spaces, principle hazards involved with confined space entry, basic skills in hazard recognition & control, confined space assessment techniques, confined space fall protection systems, hazards associated with fall protection, rescue and retrieval requirements in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. The session also includes a number of hands-on exercises focusing on rescue, equipment application, maintenance and inspection.

Duration: One Day.

  1. Hazardous Substances and Waste Safety

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for individuals, supervising employees, safety managers, foremen, crew chiefs and job site superintendents and all other personnel that handle or exposed to hazardous substances in the workplace and need to protect themselves from such hazards

Learning Expectations: This Hazardous Substances and Waste Safety training course program will ensure your employees are trained to OSHA standards in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. In addition, it will help your company reduce employee injuries, lower workers compensation premiums, and reduce overall risk of OSHA imposed citations in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. The training course program covers a variety of areas that included and overview of Hazwope & discuss its role in your facility, introduce skills in basic recognition & identification of hazardous products, review of basic hazard/risk assessment techniques, Isolation/confinement/containment techniques, personal protective equipment PPE, employee protective measures, recognition & control of occupational hazards, emergency response techniques in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry.

Duration: One Day.

  1. Workplace Fire Safety & Prevention Course

Who Should Attend: This training course is designed for individuals, supervising employees, safety managers, foremen, crew chiefs and job site superintendents and all other personnel who work in construction or environments where fire is a potential hazard.

Learning Expectations: Fire is the third leading cause of accidental deaths in the United States and over 150 major fires occur in workplaces on an annual basis. OSHA estimates that most of these accidents can be prevented if proper safety precautions at job sites are initiated. This Work Fire Safety & Prevention training course program will enable your employees to be trained to OSHA standards in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. In this training course program, your workers trained about fire hazards in the workplace and what to do in a fire emergency in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. The training course program provides the necessary skills required and ensures that fire hazards in U.S. workplaces are evaluated, safety procedures implemented, and that the proper fire prevention information is transmitted to all affected workers in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry. Areas cover include how to prevent fires, how fires are initiated, classification of fires, how to extinguish small fires, OSHA training requirements, facility evacuation requirements; personal protective equipment PPE, employee protective measures, recognition & control of occupational hazards, emergency response techniques; proper use a portable fire extinguisher; how to inspect a portable fire extinguisher; what to do if trapped in a burning building, how to identify the proper fire extinguisher ; the requirements of an emergency action plan in the petroleum, oil, and gas industry.

Duration: One Day