Aerial Lift Operators
Classroom, test and hands on pre operation and operation of Aerial Lift. This class is designed for employees who operator hydraulic lifts.
This course is designed for employees who are required to lift as part of their job description, however, all are welcome. Lifting techniques and basic biomechanics will be discussed and demonstrated. If you’ve ever had trouble with your back, knees, shoulders, or neck; this course will give you practical information to minimize risk factors associated with musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), and potential sprain/strain and injury.
Blood borne Pathogens
Annual blood borne pathogen training covers all employees for exposures with blood or potentially infectious materials during the course of their job duties. Blood borne pathogens include Hepatitis A, B, and C and HIV.
Boiler Operation Training
Training of operation of different types of boilers, including safe operation and ensuring proper function of the controls and safety devices including preparation for boiler inspections. Link to www.damarcquality.com Officer Mark Rudek (866)-361-4321
Confined Space & H2S Entrant Attendant Supervisor
Confined spaces are areas that have openings large enough and so configured that an employee can bodily enter and perform assigned work; has limited or restricted means for entry or exit; and is not designed for continuous employee occupancy. Training is required for all employees who may work in a confined space. The training includes recognition of potentially harmful atmospheres and physical hazards associated with these spaces. H2S training is required for anyone working in the oilfield or petrochemical industry. Hydrogen Sulfide training is required for all workers involved in oil exploration, production and refining. In order to work safely around hydrogen sulfide, you must be aware of its properties and characteristics. This H2S Training program teaches how to recognize when Hydrogen Sulfide is present in the work area and take necessary precautions to work with Hydrogen Sulfide safely. This H2S training helps fulfill the training requirements of API Recommended Practice 49, ANSI Z390.1 and other regulatory standards. Refresher course recommend yearly depending on company policy. Also recommend completing SCBA orientation, medical evaluation and fit testing.
CPR/AED First Aid
We offer a wide variety of courses in CPR and First Aid. Employees are encouraged to participate in this program. Your supervisor or state organizations may require this certification as part of your job description.
Defensive Driver – Company Car & Truck
Depending on policy, may require all employees who drive company owned vehicles an average of more than once a month. Classroom, Test, Prestart up, Generals, Hands on Driving, Winter Driving Skills.
Defensive Driver Semi
Depending on policy, may require all employees who drive company owned vehicles an average of more than once a month. Classroom, Test, Prestart up, Generals, Hands on Driving Skills, Winter Driving Skills.
Electrical Safety Compliance Training
Upon completion employees will understand key elements of the electrical safety regulation Issued by OSHA. Attendees will develop the knowledge and skills to: understand key elements of the OSHA Electrical Safety regulation; recognize and correctly use key terms and concepts relating to electrical safety; recognize the importance of electrical safety-related work practices; differentiate between qualified and unqualified workers in order to identify appropriate training and protection requirements; identify key elements of a periodic inspection of the energy control procedure; identify the four main types of electrical injuries; identify practices and procedures to protect employees who work on or near electrical conductors and equipment from the electrical hazards associated with this type of work.
This course is designed to help employees understand the information and preparation techniques that will help them cope in the event of an emergency or disaster. Emergencies may include natural disasters, bomb threats, workplace violence, chemical spills, and fire. What to do before, during, and after an emergency is discussed. Emergency Preparedness is a component of our general safety training.
Attendees will learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of ergonomic related injuries and how to properly set up or adjust a workstation. Handouts related to office ergonomic guidelines will be provided along with additional information on self assessing your work environment. Course is designed for employees who work in an office setting. Participates will learn to recognize risk factors associated with muscular-skeletal disorders (MSDs), and potential sprain/strain injuries as well as be familiar with the body areas affected. Useful exercises and workstation design are included.
Fall Protection Authorized Person
Proper wear, use and inspection of Full Body Harness Shock Absorbing Lanyards Self Retracting Lifelines
Cable and Rigid Rail Horizontal Lifelines Ladder Climbing Systems Work positioning systems
Fall Protection Competent Person – Competent Inspector:
Students will expand their knowledge and ability to identify hazardous conditions, develop programs, and make equipment selections to properly deal with fall hazards. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will receive a certificate acknowledging they have met or exceeded OSHA and ANSI requirements as a Competent Person.
Fire Extinguisher – Fire Watch
Fire extinguisher training is designed to familiarize employees with the types, use, and limitations of operating a fire extinguisher. This training is offered during General Safety Training, or can be schedule for individual department as necessary.
Fit Testing – Portacount 8038- Print out of test & card at completion.
Know the conditions that present respiratory hazards, to include oxygen deficiency, high temperatures, smoke or unburned products of combustion, toxic environments, carbon monoxide, and other gasses, and confined spaces. Know SCBA component parts to include: backpack and harness, cylinder assembly, types of cylinders, cylinder testing, air quality, regulator assembly and face piece assembly. Properly don SCBA within 1 minute with PPC in place. Properly doff SCBA. Know operation and emergency procedures using SCBA. Know how to maintain SCBA to include: daily/weekly/and after use maintenance, monthly maintenance, annual or biannual maintenance, changing and servicing SCBA cylinders. Drills performed: 1. Physical activity with SCBA. 2. Shut off air supply when wearing SCBA, to experience emergency with SCBA.
This class instructs the student on proper flagging and traffic control, as determined by WISHA standards, and also covers the flagging and signaling rule. American Traffic Safety Services Association, You will be taught professional flagging techniques and proper work zone set-up in accordance with standards and guidelines of the Federal Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) Course includes references to the ATSSA flagging work book, MUTCD, work shops, flagging demonstration, video, and powerpoint presentation.
Training includes the potential hazards associated with forklifts and hand-on operation of the forklift and classroom.
This course meets the requirements in OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 for eight hours of annual refresher training for workers at hazardous waste sites. This course is designed for general site workers who remove hazardous waste or who are exposed or potentially exposed to hazardous substances or health hazards. Topics include HAZWOPER regulations, safety and health plans, hazardous chemicals, safety hazards, air monitoring, medical surveillance, site control, decontamination, personal protective equipment, and respiratory equipment.
HAZWOPER 24 HR
In accordance with Title 8 Section 5192 (e) of the General Industry Safety Orders, Training: Workers on site only occasionally for a specific limited task (such as, but not limited to, ground water monitoring, land surveying, or geophysical surveying) and who are unlikely to be exposed over PELs and published exposure levels shall receive a minimum of 24 hours instruction. In addition, workers regularly on site who work in areas which have been monitored and fully characterized indicating that exposures are under PELs and published exposure levels where respirators are not necessary, and the characterization indicates that there are no health hazards or the possibility of an emergency developing shall also receive a minimum of 24 hours instruction. Certified curriculum includes the following: Names of personnel and alternates responsible for site safety and health; Safety, health and other hazards present on the site; Use of PPE; Work practices by which the employee can minimize risks from hazards; Safe use of engineering controls and equipment on the site; Medical surveillance requirements including recognition of symptoms and signs which might indicate overexposure to hazards; and Site safety and health plans.
H2S PLUS + Awareness just isn’t enough. We provide H2S plus. This H2S Training program teaches how to recognize when Hydrogen Sulfide is present in the work area and take necessary precautions to work with Hydrogen Sulfide safely.
Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)
Hazardous Substance Information and Training Act ( the Right-To-Know Law) requires that all employees be provided with ready access to important health and safety information regarding hazardous substances. Require initial and recurrent training of all employees who perform Work functions covered by the Hazardous Materials Regulations. Any employee whose work directly affects hazardous materials transportation safety is required to have training.
This course is intended for employers and employees alike. It is a comprehensive program that is designed to teach you the basics of a great hearing conservation program. You will learn why you need to have a hearing conservation plan and what is required to be included in the plan by both OSHA and MSHA. Topics include monitoring, employee notification, observation, hearing testing, hearing protection, training, and recordkeeping.
JSA – Job Safety Analysis
Increase the knowledge of hazards in the workplace is to conduct a job hazard analysis on individual tasks. This procedure helps integrate accepted safety and health principles and practices into a particular operation. Each basic step of the job is examined to identify potential hazards and to determine the safest way to do the job. Each person will write a JSA.
Ladder Safety Scaffolding
Stairways and ladders are a major source of injuries and fatalities among construction workers. OSHA estimates that there are 25,000 estimated injuries and as many as 40 fatalities per year due to falls from stairways and ladders used in construction.
This course provides for procedures for employees who maintain any electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and other energy systems, which could unexpectedly start up and cause injury. Authorized employees will isolate and lock and tag the equipment to warn others that maintenance is occurring and equipment cannot be operated.
OSHA 10 Hour General Industry
This classroom course is regarding safety and health topics and OSHA standards, is valuable for employees and supervisors alike. Course includes an introduction to OSHA standards, inspections process and citations. Recordkeeping, walking and working surfaces, degrees, fire protection, electrical, machine guarding and several other subjects will be covered.
OSHA 10 Hour Construction
This classroom course is regarding safety and health topics and OSHA standards, is valuable for employees and supervisors alike. Course includes an introduction to OSHA standards, inspections process and citations. Recordkeeping, walking and working surfaces, degrees, fire protection, electrical, machine guarding and several other subjects will be covered. Yearly refresher is recommended. Electives can be contoured to your industry. Using OSHA standards as a guide, special emphasis is placed upon the most hazardous areas of a jobsite. Topics include material handling, excavation, fall protection, cranes, electrical, OSHA Act, hearing conservation, PPE and more.
OSHA 30-Hour Construction
This course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the construction industry. Specifically devised for safety directors, foremen, and field supervisors, the program Provides complete information on OSHA compliance issues. Using OSHA standards as a guide, Special emphasis is placed upon the most hazardous areas of a jobsite. Topics include material handling, excavation, fall protection, cranes, electrical, OSHA Act, hearing conservation, PPE and More.
OSHA 30-Hour General
Each of the following topics will be reviewed during the training course:
Operating Heavy Equipment
John Deere, Komastu, Cat, Geni, JLG, Bobcat (all types covered) Loader, Tool Carrier, Skidster, Telehandler, Crane, Rigging – all types heavy equipment covered. Classroom and hands on equipment training. Pre-inspection, daily walk around, winter driving, night driving, demonstrate putting attachments on and off, performance test & daily maintenance.
PEC Core 24 Hour PEC Core Compliance
Program brings together the health, safety and environmental training certifications (OSHA and BOEMRE) most requested by oilfield operators and other host employers. PEC Core Compliance is SafeGulf and SafeLand accredited and is accepted by every major and most mid-major operators in the USA, Canada and Qatar. Each student receives documentation of completion in the form of a PEC picture ID and a certificate of completion. The student’s information will be entered into the PEC Training Tracker database. This documentation is available via the internet through the PEC Training Tracker site. The training you will receive are as follows:
SafeGulf Certification SafeLandUSA Certification Offshore Orientation (API RP 75 & API RP T-1) 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 Hazwoper (Oper.) (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 and API RP 75) Fire Protection Medical Records Forklift Safety (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178) Respiratory Protection (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134) Electrical Safety Terrorism Response Awareness Program (TRAP) Back Safety Alcohol and Substance Abuse Awareness Offshore Waste Management.
PEC Premier O&G and Petrochem industry Safe land Safe GulfThe PEC Basic Orientation safety awareness course includes both SafeGulf and SafeLand. PEC Basic was 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, upstream, downstream, onshore or offshore. This one-day program meets API RP 75 & API RP T-1 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. Over 25 of the leading oil and gas operators accept this orientation as it meets their requirements. Upon successful completion of course, each student is issued a picture ID with a unique barcode. The student information is then stored in an online database. This orientation has become the standard program for the industry and certifies a student at awareness level for the following:
SafeGulf Certification / SafeLand Certification / Confined Space / Rigging / Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) / Lockout/Tag-out / Fall Protection / Hazmat (HM 126) / Hazardous communications / Personal Protective Equipment / Hearing Conservation / Emergency Response / Process Safety Management / Welding Safety / Defensive Driving / Hazwoper (Oper.) / Fire Protection / Medical Records / Forklift Safety / Respiratory Protection / Electrical Safety / Terrorism Response Awareness Program (TRAP) / Back Safety / Alcohol and substance abuse awareness / Offshore Transportation (Departure, Helicopter, Boat, Arrival, etc.) Offshore Safety (Swing Ropes / Personnel Baskets, Water Safety, etc.) Course Objectives
To prepare the student to know what types of additional training they will need in order to work for the various operators at both onshore and offshore facilities.
To create a mind set in each student that will help them to play an active role in the safety program at their work facility. To explain to each student the value of asking questions when they do not understand a certain aspect of their job. To ensure that each employee that has completed this program has an identification card indicating that they have completed the course.
General safety procedures / Hazard communications / Transportation rules and regulations / Rig Environment / Emergency response techniques / Additional Rig Pass/SafeLand course topics: OSHA provisions to include: Fall protection * Means of egress * Stairways and ladders * Personal protective and life-saving equipment * Lockout/tagout * Fire Safety * Occupational Health and First Aid & Fit Testing card & results
Trenching and Shoring
All trenches deeper than four feet are required to have means of protecting the worker in the trench. Various methods exist such as shoring or benching of the trench to prevent a cave-in onto the employee. Training will cover the necessary requirements for this activity. This course will describe in detail OSHA’s Standard - Subpart P - Excavations. This course includes the definitions to this subpart along with specific excavation requirements, requirements for protective systems, soil classifications, sloping and benching, timber shoring for trenches, aluminum hydraulic shoring , alternatives, and the selection of protective systems.
Welding Cutting Brazing
This program is designed to help you understand key elements of the welding, cutting, & brazing regulation issued by OSHA. Yearly refresher recommended.
Develop the skills to understand key elements of the OSHA Welding, cutting, and brazing regulation / Recognize and correctly use key terms and concepts / Identify conditions when a fire watch is required / Identify responsibilities of a fire watch / Recognize welding, cutting, and brazing special conditions / (Cylinder storage and confined spaces) that require extra
Precaution / Recognize the types of personal protective equipment used For welding, cutting, and brazing