Certified in Safety in Oil Company

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Safety and health professionals in any field can learn from the modern crucible of safety and health hazards and practices: the oil and gas fields of the Dakotas, Montana, Texas, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and other states. Take the Bakken oil field in western North Dakota. With the boom has come virtually every safety and health hazard imaginable – toxic exposures; falls; fires; explosions; electrocutions; confined spaces; energized equipment; car and truck crashes; train derailments; hazardous material spill emergencies; weather extremes; noise and vibration; sprains, strains, and fractures from lifting pipes and fittings and swinging the ubiquitous sledgehammers on rigs; fatigue from 12- to 20-hour days, sometimes working straight through for weeks, even months; and drug and alcohol abuse. OSHA has conducted a special enforcement program in the North Dakota oil fields due to the high number of serious injuries and fatalities. In this eBook we list the most common OSHA violations, and you’ll see they are not exclusive to the oil and gas industry.

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What Will You Learn?

  • The course is designed to provide participants with the required skills and knowledge to prepare and implement safety and health programs (Safety and Health Plans) at their work.
  • To provide participants with the necessary skills to conduct accident investigation and analysis to carry out risk assessment and other risk management techniques (HAZOP, Fault Tree, etc.) To prepare and implement Emergency plans and procedures Workplace Inspection and Hazard identification and control Proper Training Programs.

Course Content

Module 1

  • Introduction to Safety in oil and gas
  • Principles of Health and Safety Management system
  • Oil and Gas safety Engineering
  • Assignments

Module 2

Module 3


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