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BNET5 – Basic New Employee Training

I.A.D.C. Rig Pass Orientation with SafeGulf & SafeLand Endorsements

Rig Pass is designed to provide new employees with a basic orientation of rig operations and safe work practices to improve the safety performance of the Service Contractor and the E & P Operator and to assist both in satisfying federal, state and industry regulations and recommended practices. Upon completion, the employee will be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge of applicable regulations and government agencies, general safety policies applicable to the work site, incident and environmental protection reporting procedures, the service contractor/customer working relationship, and employee’s responsibilities.

This outline also meets the orientation requirements for SafeGulf and SafeLand. Completion cards will carry the SafeGulf and SafeLand logo and will be accepted at SafeGulf shorebases and SafeLand facilities.

Tuition: $221

Course typically offered every Tuesday from 7:30am-4:00pm, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. General Safety Principles (Safe work practices, Injury prevntion, etc.)
  2. Intervention [Stop Work Authority] (JSEA/JHA, Signs And Placards, Pre-Job Plan, etc.)
  3. Personal Conduct (Workplace violance, horseplay, smoking restrictions, etc.)
  4. Drug & Alcohol Testing
  5. Preventing Workplace Violence
  6. Hazard Control Methods
  7. Lockout / Tagout
  8. Housekeeping (Proper practices, Storage, etc.)
  9. Job Safety Environmental Analysis
  10. Permitting
  11. Personal Protective Equipment (Head, Face and Eye, Hearing, Foot, Head, Resp., etc.)
  12. Hazard Communication and Materials Handling (Hazard types, Transport, Releases)
  13. Hazmat Labeling
  14. Material Safety Data Sheets
  15. Marine Debris, Swing Rope, Pits and Falls
  16. Accident Prevention Signs
  17. HAZWOPER 1st Responder’s Role
  18. Tools
  19. Materials Handling (Mechanical Equipment, Manual Material Handling)
  20. Trenching & Shoring
  21. Wildlife & Insects
  22. Fire Safety (Overview of Fire Protection and Prevention, Employee responsibilities)
  23. Adverse Weather
  24. Health & First Aid (General, Health and Weather)
  25. Blood Borne Pathogens
  26. Industrial Hygiene
  27. Back Injury Prevention
  28. Incident Reporting & Investigation
  29. Wellsite Environmental Protection (Waste Management, Leaks, HAZWOPER awareness)
  30. Land Transportation (Journey Management, Driving practices, Cell Phone, Fatigue)
  31. Offshore Personnel Transportation (Shorebase, Helicopter, Boat, Swing Ropes, Water Safety)
  32. SEMS Awareness [30 CFR 250 Subpart S]
  33. Swing Rope Transfer
  34. Written Examination
Water Survival / H.U.E.T with M.E.T.S. Simulator

An eight hour course to prepare students to avoid in-the-water incidents while educating them to minimize injuries and help survive in the event of a water evacuation. This course meets international standards for Helicopter Underwater Egress Training [HUET] and utilizes the Modular Egress Training Simulator [METS].

This program exceeds the requirements of API RP T-7.

Tuition: $230

Attire: Student must wear jeans and a t-shirt or coveralls for class participation.

Course typically offered every Tuesday and Wednesday at 7:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline: 

  1. Introduction to Water Survival
  2. Effects of Cold Water Immersion
  3. Cold Water Shock
  4. Hypothermia/Hyperthermia
  5. Abandonment Systems
  6. Personal Flotation Devices (Types I-V)
  7. Clothing Flotation
  8. Treading Water
  9. Survival Swimming
  10. Help/Huddle
  11. Location Aids
  12. Helicopter Safety, Emergencies and Evacuation – Before Impact
  13. Helicopter Safety, Emergencies and Evacuation – After Impact
  14. Practical Pool Exercises:
  • Survival Swimming
  • Clothing Flotation
  • Swimming Through Hazardous Environment
  • Five Minute Float
  • Type I Familiarization
  • Helicopter Underwater Escape
  • Surviving with FAA Approved Equipment
HAZWOPER & OSHA General Industry Safety Refresher

This 8 hour Hazardous Waste Operations Emergency Response program is specifically designed to fulfill the following:

  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 (HAZWOPER Awareness Level 1); Emergency Action Plan, Spill Prevention/Response
  • Hazard Communication [29 CFR 1910.1200]
  • Access to Medical Records 29 CFR 1910.1020;
  • Accident / Incident Investigation and Reporting
  • Bloodborne Pathogens 29 CFR 1910.1030;
  • Compressed Gases 29 CFR 1910.252 & 29 CFR 1910.101;
  • Confined Space Awareness [9 CFR 1910.146] Inert Gas Space Entry
  • D.O.T. – Drug & Alcohol Awareness 49 CFR 199.239;
  • Electrical Affected Person 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S;
  • Ergonomics OSHA Section 5(a)(1); Fatigue Awareness, Manual Lifting, Heat & Cold
  • Fall Prevention & Protection (Including ladders & scaffolds)29 CFR 1926.501;
  • Fire Extinguisher Awareness (Portable) 29 CFR 1910.157;
  • Hazard Communications 29 CFR 1910.1200;
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness API 49/55 & 29 CFR 1910.1000;
  • Marine Debris Orientaion as prescribed by BOEM
  • Job Safety Analysis 29 CFR 1910.132(d); Stop Work Authority. Hazard I.D. & Risk
  • Knife Safety (Alternative Cutting Tools);
  • Lockout / Tagout (Affected Employees) (Powered hand tools) 29 CFR 1910.147 Permit to Work (Confined Spaces)
  • Noise Exposure 29 CFR 1910.95;
  • N.O.R.M. Awareness;
  • OSHA General Duty Clause OSHA Section 5(a)(1); Stop Work Authority
  • Personal Protective Equipment 29 CFR 1910 Subpart I;
  • Respiratory Protective Equipment 29 CFR 1910 Subpart I;
  • Slips, Trips & Falls + Overexertion Awareness 29 CFR 1910.21-.30; Fatigue Management
  • Toxic & Hazardous Materials in the Workplace (MSDS & Labels) 29 CFR 1910.1001 Waste Management
  • Welding, Cutting & Brazing; Hot Work Awareness 29 CFR 1910.252
  • Characteristics of Hazardous Materials
  • Benzene Awareness
  • Toxic Exposure & Regulations
  • HMIS & ERG Understanding
  • SEMS Awareness [30 CFR 250 Subpart S]
  • Written Examination

Tuition: $205

Course typically offered every Wednesday at 8:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Medical Statement
  2. General Patient Primary Assessment
  3. One Rescuer CPR
  4. Use of the AED
  5. Choking
  6. Control of Bleeding
  7. Shock Management
  8. Illness Assessment
  9. Heart Problems
  10. Stroke
  11. Allergic Reactions
  12. Poisoning
  13. Diabetic Emergencies
  14. Epileptic Seizures
  15. Hyperventilation
  16. Injury Assessment
  17. Fractures, Dislocation and Splinting
  18. Head & Chest Injuries
  19. Neck & Back Injuries
  20. Wounds & Bandaging
  21. Exposure to Cold & Heat
  22. Burns
  23. Electrical Injuries
  24. Emergency Moves
  25. Psychological Impact of CPR
  26. Bloodborne Pathogens
First Aid / CPR / Bloodborne Pathogens / AED

MEDIC FIRST AID’s training process, based on proven instructional design theory and practice, utilizes “hearing, seeing, doing, speaking, and feeling” methodology to create student-centered learning and a low-stress learning environment. We use a combination of highly structured, tested, and effective print and video instructional materials. Our primary goal is to meet our clients’ needs using the most effective, modern methods. This course introduces the student to the seven basic skills of patient care: Primary Assessment, One Rescuer CPR, Obstructed Airway Techniques, Control of Bleeding, Shock Management, Illness Assessment and Injury Assessment.

Tuition: $115

Course typically offered every Thursday at 8:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Medical Statement
  2. General Patient Primary Assessment
  3. One Rescuer CPR
  4. Use of the AED
  5. Choking
  6. Control of Bleeding
  7. Shock Management
  8. Illness Assessment
  9. Heart Problems
  10. Stroke
  11. Allergic Reactions
  12. Poisoning
  13. Diabetic Emergencies
  14. Epileptic Seizures
  15. Hyperventilation
  16. Injury Assessment
  17. Fractures, Dislocation and Splinting
  18. Head & Chest Injuries
  19. Neck & Back Injuries
  20. Wounds & Bandaging
  21. Exposure to Cold & Heat
  22. Burns
  23. Electrical Injuries
  24. Emergency Moves
  25. Psychological Impact of CPR
  26. Bloodborne Pathogens
Qualified Rigger [API RP 2D 7th Edition]

This 8 hour course complies with API RP 2D 7th Edition. The API-U logo course is 16 hours. A non-medical evaluation of physical qualifications is included in this course. Confirmation of the rigger’s acceptable medical conditions is the responsibility of the employer. Written testing and hands-on evaluation to the API RP 2D 7th Edition standard is performed by the course instructor. Refreshers are required every four years.

Tuition: $189

Course typically offered every Monday at 8:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Rigging Regulations
  2. Rigger QualificationsRigger
  3. Responsibilities
  4. API RP 2D training requirements
  5. Lift Planning – Rigging Exercise #1
  6. Seven Steps to proper rigging
  7. Rigging Exercise #2
  8. Loose Rigging Gear and Equipment
  9. Wire Rope
  10. Slings
  11. Turnbuckles & Eye Bolts
  12. Binders
  13. Gear Selection
  14. Hooks and Blocks
  15. Inspection techniques and operations
  16. Rope Knots
  17. Unbinding Loads
  18. Personnel Transfer
  19. Signals & Communications
  20. Loading/Offloading Operations [loading sequence, PPE, pinch points & positioning]
  21. Hands–on Rigging Operations Evaluation to API RP 2D standards
  22. Written Examination

Hazardous Waste & Materials

HAZWOPER - Awareness & Annual Refresher with OSHA General Industry Refresher

This 8 hour Hazardous Waste Operations Emergency Response program is specifically designed to fulfill the following:

  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 (HAZWOPER Awareness Level 1); Emergency Action Plan, Spill Prevention/Response
  • Hazard Communication [29 CFR 1910.1200]
  • Access to Medical Records 29 CFR 1910.1020;
  • Accident / Incident Investigation and Reporting
  • Bloodborne Pathogens 29 CFR 1910.1030;
  • Compressed Gases 29 CFR 1910.252 & 29 CFR 1910.101;
  • Confined Space Awareness [9 CFR 1910.146] Inert Gas Space Entry
  • D.O.T. – Drug & Alcohol Awareness 49 CFR 199.239;
  • Electrical Affected Person 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S;
  • Ergonomics OSHA Section 5(a)(1); Fatigue Awareness, Manual Lifting, Heat & Cold
  • Fall Prevention & Protection (Including ladders & scaffolds)29 CFR 1926.501;
  • Fire Extinguisher Awareness (Portable) 29 CFR 1910.157;
  • Hazard Communications 29 CFR 1910.1200;
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness API 49/55 & 29 CFR 1910.1000;
  • Marine Debris Orientaion as prescribed by BOEM
  • Job Safety Analysis 29 CFR 1910.132(d); Stop Work Authority. Hazard I.D. & Risk
  • Knife Safety (Alternative Cutting Tools);
  • Lockout / Tagout (Affected Employees) (Powered hand tools) 29 CFR 1910.147 Permit to Work (Confined Spaces)
  • Noise Exposure 29 CFR 1910.95;
  • N.O.R.M. Awareness;
  • OSHA General Duty Clause OSHA Section 5(a)(1); Stop Work Authority
  • Personal Protective Equipment 29 CFR 1910 Subpart I;
  • Respiratory Protective Equipment 29 CFR 1910 Subpart I;
  • Slips, Trips & Falls + Overexertion Awareness 29 CFR 1910.21-.30; Fatigue Management
  • Toxic & Hazardous Materials in the Workplace (MSDS & Labels) 29 CFR 1910.1001 Waste Management
  • Welding, Cutting & Brazing; Hot Work Awareness 29 CFR 1910.252
  • Characteristics of Hazardous Materials
  • Benzene Awareness
  • Toxic Exposure & Regulations
  • HMIS & ERG Understanding
  • SEMS Awareness [30 CFR 250 Subpart S]
  • Written Examination

Tuition: $205

Course typically offered every Wednesday at 8:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Hazard Communication
  2. Access to Medical Records
  3. HAZWOPER Standards & Requirements
  4. MSDS, Labels, Specific Hazardous Materials
  5. Bloodborne Pathogens
  6. NORM Awareness
  7. Portable Fire Extinguishers
  8. Routes of Exposure
  9. Benzene & H2S Awareness
  10. Toxic Exposure Hazards & Regulations
  11. HMIS & Emergency Response Guidebook
  12. Medical & PPE (including respiratory)
  13. OSHA General Duty Clause
  14. Drug & Alcohol Awareness
  15. Workplace Violence
  16. Ergonomics
  17. Fall Protection Awareness
  18. Confined Space Awareness
  19. Lockout/Tagout
  20. Knife Safety
  21. Job Safety Analysis
  22. Hotwork Permits
  23. Accident Investigation
  24. Written Examination
HAZWOPER & OSHA General Industry Safety Refresher

This 8 hour Hazardous Waste Operations Emergency Response program is specifically designed to fulfill the following:

  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 (HAZWOPER Awareness Level 1); Emergency Action Plan, Spill Prevention/Response
  • Hazard Communication [29 CFR 1910.1200]
  • Access to Medical Records 29 CFR 1910.1020;
  • Accident / Incident Investigation and Reporting
  • Bloodborne Pathogens 29 CFR 1910.1030;
  • Compressed Gases 29 CFR 1910.252 & 29 CFR 1910.101;
  • Confined Space Awareness [9 CFR 1910.146] Inert Gas Space Entry
  • D.O.T. – Drug & Alcohol Awareness 49 CFR 199.239;
  • Electrical Affected Person 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S;
  • Ergonomics OSHA Section 5(a)(1); Fatigue Awareness, Manual Lifting, Heat & Cold
  • Fall Prevention & Protection (Including ladders & scaffolds)29 CFR 1926.501;
  • Fire Extinguisher Awareness (Portable) 29 CFR 1910.157;
  • Hazard Communications 29 CFR 1910.1200;
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness API 49/55 & 29 CFR 1910.1000;
  • Marine Debris Orientaion as prescribed by BOEM
  • Job Safety Analysis 29 CFR 1910.132(d); Stop Work Authority. Hazard I.D. & Risk
  • Knife Safety (Alternative Cutting Tools);
  • Lockout / Tagout (Affected Employees) (Powered hand tools) 29 CFR 1910.147 Permit to Work (Confined Spaces)
  • Noise Exposure 29 CFR 1910.95;
  • N.O.R.M. Awareness;
  • OSHA General Duty Clause OSHA Section 5(a)(1); Stop Work Authority
  • Personal Protective Equipment 29 CFR 1910 Subpart I;
  • Respiratory Protective Equipment 29 CFR 1910 Subpart I;
  • Slips, Trips & Falls + Overexertion Awareness 29 CFR 1910.21-.30; Fatigue Management
  • Toxic & Hazardous Materials in the Workplace (MSDS & Labels) 29 CFR 1910.1001 Waste Management
  • Welding, Cutting & Brazing; Hot Work Awareness 29 CFR 1910.252
  • Characteristics of Hazardous Materials
  • Benzene Awareness
  • Toxic Exposure & Regulations
  • HMIS & ERG Understanding
  • SEMS Awareness [30 CFR 250 Subpart S]
  • Written Examination

Tuition: $205

Course typically offered every Wednesday at 8:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Hazard Communication
  2. Access to Medical Records
  3. HAZWOPER Standards & Requirements
  4. MSDS, Labels, Specific Hazardous Materials
  5. Bloodborne Pathogens
  6. NORM Awareness
  7. Portable Fire Extinguishers
  8. Routes of Exposure
  9. Benzene & H2S Awareness
  10. Toxic Exposure Hazards & Regulations
  11. HMIS & Emergency Response Guidebook
  12. Medical & PPE (including respiratory)
  13. OSHA General Duty Clause
  14. Drug & Alcohol Awareness
  15. Workplace Violence
  16. Ergonomics
  17. Fall Protection Awareness
  18. Confined Space Awareness
  19. Lockout/Tagout
  20. Knife Safety
  21. Job Safety Analysis
  22. Hotwork Permits
  23. Accident Investigation
  24. Written Examination

Hoisting & Rigging

Powered Industrial Lift Truck Operator (Forklift)

This four hour program is for operators and supervisors of operations. The course uses OSHA criteria from 29 CFR 1910.178. It highlights the most common dangers of powered industrial lift truck operations and provides solutions to those dangers. Driving tips, avoiding injury and proper handling and transportation of loads are featured. According to OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178, only trained and authorized operators shall be permitted to operate a powered industrial lift truck (Forklift)

Tuition: $105

Course typically offered every Friday at 8:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Terminology
  2. OSHA Regulations & Requirements
  3. Truck Specific Conditions
  4. Inspection of Industrial Fork Trucks
  5. Safe Operating Principles
  6. Lifting Principles
  7. Signals
  8. Written Examination
  9. Personnel Lifting
  10. Operator Evaluation
Qualified Rigger [API RP 2D 7th Edition]

This 8 hour course complies with API RP 2D 7th Edition. The API-U logo course is 16 hours. A non-medical evaluation of physical qualifications is included in this course. Confirmation of the rigger’s acceptable medical conditions is the responsibility of the employer. Written testing and hands-on evaluation to the API RP 2D 7th Edition standard is performed by the course instructor. Refreshers are required every four years.

Tuition: $189

Course typically offered every Monday at 8:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Rigging Regulations
  2. Rigger Qualifications
  3. Rigger Responsibilities
  4. API RP 2D training requirements
  5. Lift Planning – Rigging Exercise #1
  6. Seven Steps to proper rigging
  7. Rigging Exercise #2
  8. Loose Rigging Gear and Equipment
  9. Wire Rope
  10. Slings
  11. Turnbuckles & Eye Bolts
  12. Binders
  13. Gear Selection
  14. Hooks and Blocks
  15. Inspection techniques and operations
  16. Rope Knots
  17. Unbinding Loads
  18. Personnel Transfer
  19. Signals & Communications
  20. Loading/Offloading Operations [loading sequence, PPE, pinch points & positioning]
  21. Hands–on Rigging Operations Evaluation to API RP 2D standards
  22. Written Examination
Crane & Transportation Qualified Rigger

This four hour course complies with API RP 2D 5th or 6thEdition as required by the BOEM & USCG for personnel involved in crane load rigging and handling loads. This course is also for transportation company personnel and onshore riggers. Students receive manuals and hands-on practical exercises to facilitate training. This course is the Crosby Group developed API offshore rigger program approved by BOEM with additional material provided by Global instructors.

This course meets the pre-requisite for Crane Operator training.

Tuition: $115

Course typically offered every Wednesday at 8:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Rigging Regulations
  2. Rigger Responsibilities
  3. Loose Gear Items (selection, maintenance, inspection, capacity determination)
  4. Slings (wire rope, synthetic strap, chains), Hitches & Capacities
  5. Thimbles
  6. Shackles
  7. Cable Clips
  8. Baskets / Cargo Nets & Equipment
  9. Spreader Bars
  10. End Connectors
  11. Sheaves
  12. Load Binders
  13. Hooks / Blocks
  14. Turnbuckles / Eye Bolts
  15. Wire Rope / Rope Knots
  16. Snatch Blocks
  17. Loose Gear Inspection / Inventory Report
  18. Rigging Principles (load control / taglines, lift planning, unbinding, personnel transfer)
  19. Signalling / Communication
  20. Loading / Offloading (loading sequence, PPE, pinch points & proper positioning)
  21. Hands-on Evaluation & Written Examination

Fall Protection / Working at Heights

Introduction to Fall Protection

A four hour course required for all personnel with an exposure to falling hazards in compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.500 regulations.

Tuition: $132

Course typically offered every first and third Monday of the month, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Regulatory Requirements
  2. Definitions
  3. Walking / Working Surfaces
  4. Guardrail Systems
  5. Safety Nets
  6. Personal Fall Arrest Systems and Positioning Devices
  7. Fall Protection Equipment
  8. Protection From Falling Objects
  9. Walking / Working Surfaces
  10. Planning & Monitoring
  11. Scaffolding Safety Awareness
  12. PFA Demonstration & Exercises
  13. Proper Tie-Off Selection
  14. Equipment Inspection
  15. Floor Openings
  16. Written Examination
Fall Protection Competent Person

In 2007, Industry leaders are stepping up their fall protection training requirements for the Gulf of Mexico. Chevron, for example, is now requiring at least one person in a crew exposed to fall hazards to be a graduate of this 16-hour Fall Protection Competent Person course to work on their locations.

This 16 hour course designed to qualify personnel as a Fall Protection Competent Person. This course is designed to train students to comply with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.500, 20 CFR 1910 Subpart D [Walking/Working Surfaces], as well as meeting the Chevron industry standard.

Tuition: $368

Course typically offered every first and third Wednesday of the month, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Regulatory Introduction
  2. Definitions, Terminology, Chevron’s 10 Golden Rules of Fall Protection
  3. Hazard Controls in Fall Protection
  4. Worksite Analysis
  5. Elevated Surfaces
  6. Floor Openings
  7. Ladders
  8. Safety Nets
  9. Scaffolding Awareness
  10. Falling Objects
  11. Warning Lines
  12. Safety Monitoring Systems
  13. Personal Fall Arrest Systems
  14. Positioning Device Systems
  15. Maintenance, Storage and Inspection of Equipment
  16. Donning the Full Body Harness
  17. Anchor Point Considerations
  18. First Man Up Devices
  19. Function & Purpose of Energy Absorbers & Energy Absorbing Lanyards
  20. Hardware Compatibility
  21. Self-Retracting Lanyards
  22. Vertical & Horizontal Lifelines
  23. Ladder Climbing Devices
  24. Rescue Plan
  25. Demonstration of Hands-on Competencies
  26. Written Examination

Driver Safety & Journey Management

Defensive Driving - Utility Truck & Trailer Operations w/ Commentary Drive

This four hour course is designed for students who will drive utility trucks occupationally. With successful completion of this course, the student will be able to understand defensive driving techniques, recognize hazards when driving, and understand the special challenges presented when driving a utility truck in both good and poor weather conditions.

This four hour course provides personnel information & skill development on proper driving principles for industrial trucks, including vehicle inspection & operation techniques. Driving with trailers is stressed during this program.

Tuition: $157

Course typically offered every Friday at 12:30pm, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Defensive Driving Skills
  2. Extreme Weather Conditions
  3. Fatigue
  4. Braking
  5. Night Driving
  6. Written Examination
  7. The Ultimate Driving Challenge
  8. Vehicle Inspection
  9. Commentary Drive
Defensive Driving - Industrial Trucks

This four hour course is designed for students who will drive utility trucks occupationally. With successful completion of this course, the student will be able to understand defensive driving techniques, recognize hazards when driving, and understand the special challenges presented when driving a utility truck in both good and poor weather conditions.

Emphasis is placed on vehicle inspection procedures and ways to lessen or eliminate fatigue when driving.

Tuition: $157

Course typically offered every Friday at 12:30pm, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Defensive Driving Skills
  2. Authorization / Certification
  3. Vehicle Inspections
  4. On The Road Inspections
  5. Special Truck Hazards
  6. Rollovers
  7. Intersections
  8. Turns
  9. Passing / Lane Changes
  10. Parking
  11. Managing Speed & Stopping Distance
  12. Emergency Maneuvers
  13. Driver Fatigue
  14. Night Driving
  15. Extreme Weather Driving
  16. Trailers (Loading, Towing, Backing)
  17. Written Examination

Working Offshore

Production Safety Systems [T-2] API Accredited

A three day program designed to develop the student’s ability to operate an oil and gas production facility both onshore and offshore. Students are provided with a solid foundation of knowledge for developing an understanding of the construction and operation of process equipment through open class discussions and demonstrations. Upon completion, students will be able to understand what happens to oil, gas & water from the time they leave the reservoir until the are discarded or sold and enter the sales pipeline.

Course Size Minimum: None

Course Size Maximum: 20

Tuition: $640

Course typically offered every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Operational Theory
  2. Reservoirs
  3. Casing String
  4. Primary & Secondary Recovery
  5. Wellhead
  6. Flowline & Header System
  7. Principles of Separation
  8. Separator Types & Function
  9. Gas Processing
  10. Oil Processing
  11. Water Processing
  12. PSS Acronyms
  13. Undesirable Events
  14. Component ID & Device Symbols
  15. Primary & Secondary Protection
  16. SAFE Chart Development
  17. ESS Overview & Device Testing Schedule
  18. Device Testing Procedures
  19. Device Testing Tolerances
  20. BOEM Regulations 30 CFR 250 & 30 CFR 254
  21. Hydrogen Sulfide Safety & Regulations
  22. Pressure Controllers & Relay Logic
  23. Pneumatic Theory
  24. Indicators & First Out Indicating Logic
  25. Level Controllers
  26. Temperature Controllers
  27. Electrical Controls
  28. Hands-On Lab with Flowing Production Equipment
  29. Written Examination
  30. Hands-On Evaluation with Flowing Production Equipment
I.A.D.C. Rig Pass Orientation with SafeGulf & SafeLand Endorsements

Rig Pass is designed to provide new employees with a basic orientation of rig operations and safe work practices to improve the safety performance of the Service Contractor and the E & P Operator and to assist both in satisfying federal, state and industry regulations and recommended practices. Upon completion, the employee will be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge of applicable regulations and government agencies, general safety policies applicable to the work site, incident and environmental protection reporting procedures, the service contractor/customer working relationship, and employee’s responsibilities.

This outline also meets the orientation requirements for SafeGulf and SafeLand. Completion cards will carry the SafeGulf and SafeLand logo and will be accepted at SafeGulf shorebases and SafeLand facilities.

Tuition: $221

Course typically offered every Tuesday from 7:30am-4:00pm, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. General Safety Principles (Safe work practices, Injury prevntion, etc.)
  2. Intervention [Stop Work Authority] (JSEA/JHA, Signs And Placards, Pre-Job Plan, etc.)
  3. Personal Conduct (Workplace violance, horseplay, smoking restrictions, etc.)
  4. Drug & Alcohol Testing
  5. Preventing Workplace Violence
  6. Hazard Control Methods
  7. Lockout / Tagout
  8. Housekeeping (Proper practices, Storage, etc.)
  9. Job Safety Environmental Analysis
  10. Permitting
  11. Personal Protective Equipment (Head, Face and Eye, Hearing, Foot, Head, Resp., etc.)
  12. Hazard Communication and Materials Handling (Hazard types, Transport, Releases)
  13. Hazmat Labeling
  14. Material Safety Data Sheets
  15. Marine Debris, Swing Rope, Pits and Falls
  16. Accident Prevention Signs
  17. HAZWOPER 1st Responder’s Role
  18. Tools
  19. Materials Handling (Mechanical Equipment, Manual Material Handling)
  20. Trenching & Shoring
  21. Wildlife & Insects
  22. Fire Safety (Overview of Fire Protection and Prevention, Employee responsibilities)
  23. Adverse Weather
  24. Health & First Aid (General, Health and Weather)
  25. Blood Borne Pathogens
  26. Industrial Hygiene
  27. Back Injury Prevention
  28. Incident Reporting & Investigation
  29. Wellsite Environmental Protection (Waste Management, Leaks, HAZWOPER awareness)
  30. Land Transportation (Journey Management, Driving practices, Cell Phone, Fatigue)
  31. Offshore Personnel Transportation (Shorebase, Helicopter, Boat, Swing Ropes, Water Safety)
  32. SEMS Awareness [30 CFR 250 Subpart S]
  33. Swing Rope Transfer
  34. Written Examination
Water Survival / H.U.E.T with M.E.T.S. Simulator

An eight hour course to prepare students to avoid in-the-water incidents while educating them to minimize injuries and help survive in the event of a water evacuation. This course meets international standards for Helicopter Underwater Egress Training [HUET] and utilizes the Modular Egress Training Simulator [METS].

This program exceeds the requirements of API RP T-7.

Tuition: $230

Attire: Student must wear jeans and a t-shirt or coveralls for class participation.

Course typically offered every Tuesday and Wednesday at 7:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline: 

  1. Introduction to Water Survival
  2. Effects of Cold Water Immersion
  3. Cold Water Shock
  4. Hypothermia/Hyperthermia
  5. Abandonment Systems
  6. Personal Flotation Devices (Types I-V)
  7. Clothing Flotation
  8. Treading Water
  9. Survival Swimming
  10. Help/Huddle
  11. Location Aids
  12. Helicopter Safety, Emergencies and Evacuation – Before Impact
  13. Helicopter Safety, Emergencies and Evacuation – After Impact
  14. Practical Pool Exercises:
  • Survival Swimming
  • Clothing Flotation
  • Swimming Through Hazardous Environment
  • Five Minute Float
  • Type I Familiarization
  • Helicopter Underwater Escape
  • Surviving with FAA Approved Equipment
Water Survival / H.U.E.T

A four to five hour course to prepare students to avoid in-the-water incidents while educating them to minimize injuries and help survive in the event of a water evacuation. Our competent instructors provide lecture and actual water training exercises. API RP T-7, T-4, 75 SEMP and USCG Title 33 regulations recommend all offshore personnel receive annual training in water survival.

NOTE: This course does NOT satisfy the METS requirement. If you need HUET with METS, click the course above.

Tuition: $160

Course typically offered every Friday at 7:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline: 

 

  1. Introduction to Water Survival
  2. Review of API RP T-7: Training of Personnel in the Rescue of Persons in Water
  3. Review of USCG Title 33 Part 143: Manned & Unmanned Platforms (USCG Inspection Review)
  4. Emergency Situations (Types, Signals, Station Bill)
  5. Survival Principles (Training & Drills, Attitudes, Platform Abandonment & Clothing as Bouyant Devices)
  6. Personal Floatation Devices (Types I-V)
  7. Life Ring Buoys, Life Floats, Life Rafts (Applications & Launching)
  8. Survival Capsules
  9. Signaling Equipment & Pyrotechnics
  10. Helicopter Safety
  11. Swing Ropes & Personnel Basket Risks & Precautions
  12. Survivor Emergency First Aid Treatment
  13. Written Examination

Practical Pool Exercises: (year around in a heated pool)

  1. Survival Floating
  2. Use of Clothing as Bouyant Devices
  3. PFD: Swimming While Donning, HELP Position Demo, Hypothermia Protection
  4. Water Entry From a Height
  5. Life Raft Boarding From Water; Assisting Exhausted Survivor in Life Raft
  6. Rescuing a Drowning Person While Wearing PFD
  7. Escaping an Oil Fire on Water Surface
  8. Helicopter Crash Simulation Escape
  9. Life Ring Toss
Production Safety Systems [T-2]

A three day program designed to develop the student’s ability to operate an oil and gas production facility both onshore and offshore. Students are provided with a solid foundation of knowledge for developing an understanding of the construction and operation of process equipment through open class discussions and demonstrations. Upon completion, students will be able to understand what happens to oil, gas & water from the time they leave the reservoir until the are discarded or sold and enter the sales pipeline.

Course Size Minimum: None

Course Size Maximum: 20

Tuition: $525

Course typically offered every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Operational Theory
  2. Reservoirs
  3. Casing String
  4. Primary & Secondary Recovery
  5. Wellhead
  6. Flowline & Header System
  7. Principles of Separation
  8. Separator Types & Function
  9. Gas Processing
  10. Oil Processing
  11. Water Processing
  12. PSS Acronyms
  13. Undesirable Events
  14. Component ID & Device Symbols
  15. Primary & Secondary Protection
  16. SAFE Chart Development
  17. ESS Overview & Device Testing Schedule
  18. Device Testing Procedures
  19. Device Testing Tolerances
  20. BOEM Regulations 30 CFR 250 & 30 CFR 254
  21. Hydrogen Sulfide Safety & Regulations
  22. Pressure Controllers & Relay Logic
  23. Pneumatic Theory
  24. Indicators & First Out Indicating Logic
  25. Level Controllers
  26. Temperature Controllers
  27. Electrical Controls
  28. Hands-On Lab with Flowing Production Equipment
  29. Written Examination
  30. Hands-On Evaluation with Flowing Production Equipment

General Safety Training

Incipient Fire Prevention & Control

OSHA requires that any workers who may be called upon to use a portable fire extinguisher receive training on an extinguisher. This 4 hour course is required for personnel with potential exposure to flammable materials. Course discussion will focus on fire prevention and early detection. All students will receive hands-on demonstration and use a portable fire extinguisher to extinguish an incipient stage fire in compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.157, API RP 14G & API RP 75 [SEMP].

This course will meet offshore operator requirements for hands on training.

Tuition: $168

Course typically offered every Thursday at 1:00pm, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Introduction
  2. Fire Prevention
  3. Employee Responsibilities
  4. Fire Prevention
  5. Ignition Sources
  6. Definitions
  7. Fire Chemistry
  8. Equipment Capabilities & Limitations (Classes, Ratings, Optimum Distances, Effective Discharge
  9. Times)
  10. Review of USCG Fire Fighting Regulations
  11. Analyzing a Fire Situation & Taking Corrective Actions
  12. Classification of Fires
  13. BLEVE Dangers & Precautions
  14. Dry Chemical Units
  15. Water Spray Equipment
  16. Foam Systems
  17. Inspection / Recharge Procedures (Portable Extinguishers)
  18. Fire Detection / Portable Gas Detector Use
  19. BOEM Regulations / Hot Work Permitting / Fire Safety Systems
  20. First Aid Treatment for Burns
  21. Fire Extinguishment
  22. Written Examination
First Aid / CPR / Bloodborne Pathogens / AED

MEDIC FIRST AID’s training process, based on proven instructional design theory and practice, utilizes “hearing, seeing, doing, speaking, and feeling” methodology to create student-centered learning and a low-stress learning environment. We use a combination of highly structured, tested, and effective print and video instructional materials. Our primary goal is to meet our clients’ needs using the most effective, modern methods. This course introduces the student to the seven basic skills of patient care: Primary Assessment, One Rescuer CPR, Obstructed Airway Techniques, Control of Bleeding, Shock Management, Illness Assessment and Injury Assessment.

Tuition: $115

Course typically offered every Thursday at 8:00am, or available upon request. Call us at 877.593.8693 to reserve your seat or for more information.

Course Outline:

  1. Medical Statement
  2. General Patient Primary Assessment
  3. One Rescuer CPR
  4. Use of the AED
  5. Choking
  6. Control of Bleeding
  7. Shock Management
  8. Illness Assessment
  9. Heart Problems
  10. Stroke
  11. Allergic Reactions
  12. Poisoning
  13. Diabetic Emergencies
  14. Epileptic Seizures
  15. Hyperventilation
  16. Injury Assessment
  17. Fractures, Dislocation and Splinting
  18. Head & Chest Injuries
  19. Neck & Back Injuries
  20. Wounds & Bandaging
  21. Exposure to Cold & Heat
  22. Burns
  23. Electrical Injuries
  24. Emergency Moves
  25. Psychological Impact of CPR
  26. Bloodborne Pathogens

Schedule your course at a time that works for you and your team

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