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Roustabout/Rig Helper And Roughneck Training
Roustabout jobs don’t usually require years of experience as it is the entry level of the oil and gas career. Also educational requirement for this career is quite flexible, that is, graduates and non-graduates can work as a roustabout/rig helper or roughneck as long as they are trained, adequately certified and competent.
OSHA Hazardous Energy Control: Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)
According to OSHA fact sheet, an estimation of 120 workplace fatalities and 50,000 injuries occur each year from uncontrolled hazardous energy. Employees servicing or maintaining machines or equipment may be exposed to serious physical harm or death if hazardous energy is not properly controlled.
Good housekeeping is a crucial part of safety. OSHA makes good housekeeping a workplace safety requirement. OSHA requires a tidy and clean workplace because they are safer. Just taking a little time to put things in their place can prevent many accidents and injuries.
The Permit To Work course and certification is a mandatory requirement for industry workers carrying out tasks like working at height, confined space entry, cold work, hot work, working on live electricity supply systems, jobs that expose workers to hazardous chemicals, gases or micro-organisms..
Our oil and gas downstream training course is targeted at enabling participants to have a solid understanding of the fundamental oil and gas downstream processes and operations. By taking the training, you will be able to analyze key processes involved with refining and production activities of crude oil...
This course aims to alleviate mechanical handling problems. At the end of this course, the personnel will be able to perform and conduct a safe rigging and slinging activities and understand the safety requirements of the industry using the HSE approved code of signals.
This course is for Personnel involved with mechanical material handling equipment and operation, crane operation, rigging, supervision and signalling related activities. This will provide learners with an awareness of industry best practice for working with cranes.
Working at height will always be a hazardous job. It contributes to the major causes of workplace fatalities and injuries. This could stem from falls from ladders or working platforms and through fragile surfaces.
If a work at height has no serious precautions in place it is liable to cause injury to those working at that height or around such working platform. There are strict regulations on working at height.
Fire is a deadly destructive force. It is fast and a major killer. Within thirty seconds, a small blaze of fire can become a disaster. Fire fighting and rescue training is important for fire prevention and to enable responders control incipient fire incidents and help salvage victims. This basic fire fighting and rescue training will certify you to become a skilled responder to incipient fires and rescue victims of a fire incident.
Chemical Safety, Handling, And Communication (HAZCOM) Training
Safe Handling of chemicals (SHOC) also known as Hazard communication (HAZCOM) is important for anyone who works with or is required to handle chemicals which of course can be acutely or chronically hazardous to them. This Hazcom/chemical safety training will certify you to work safely with chemicals involving the transport, use, storage and disposal of chemicals...
Fire risk assessment is carried out to identify hazards and fire risks to a to facility or premises as a proactive measure to fire prevention. This fire risk assessment training provides you the skills and knowledge required to carry out standard fire risk assessment and monitoring of the fire protection system of any facility.
Confined spaces are potentially hazardous spaces. They are places that you could be trapped such as pipes, vaults, manholes, tunnels, silos, sewer, storage tanks, pits etc. Confined spaces may have hazards such as lack of breathable air, extreme temperatures, hazardous gases, dust or loose powders or liquids that might engulf you. This well designed OSHA standard confined space entry training will certify you competent to work in confined spaces.