Our professional and experienced trainers provide instruction through unique methods that encourage participation, ensuring a higher level of retention of course information. Our goal is to not only put people through the course, but to make it enjoyable so your employees are engaged and challenged. Since regulatory training is a requirement, ensure your employees get the most out of your investment through the courses offered by Precision Safety.
Here is a sample of our most requested courses
OSHA OUTREACH TRAINING PROGRAMS
The OSHA Outreach Training Program for General Industry provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. The program also provides information regarding workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint.
SafeLand is nationally accredited course through PEC Safety, it gives participants a solid foundation for their oilfield safety training. SafeLand Orientation is recognized as the leading oilfield orientation by multiple oil and gas companies throughout the nation. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a card from PEC Safety with their name, photo, and class date. This card can be used when working on an operator location as verification of course completion.
H2S Clear is an in-depth 4-hour course designed to be highly informative on the properties of hydrogen sulfide. The course will help prepare workers by providing crucial knowledge of the dangers of H2S and the precautions, tools, and controls necessary when working in H2S environments. Upon successful completion, students will receive a card from PEC Safety with their name, photo, and a list of all PEC courses taken by the individual. This card can be used when working on an operator location as verification of course completion.
PEC’s Basic/10 course is a comprehensive safety orientation that satisfies both the OSHA 10-hour General Industry requirements and the SafeLandUSA requirements in a single two day course. Basic/10 orients workers to the recognition, reduction, and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace and provides instruction regarding the rights of workers and the responsibilities of employers.
Basic/10 provides awareness training in a variety of safety topics and eliminates the need to send workers for separate OSHA 10 and SafeLand training – saving time and money without sacrificing the quality of worker training and safety knowledge.
Upon course completion, workers will have gained the knowledge to recognize workplace hazards, an awareness of their rights in the workplace, and the capacity to encourage safe work practices – adding momentum to the culture of safety you have built in your organization.
*All OSHA Outreach Training Program Guidelines are strictly followed, requiring authorized trainers and limiting the course to no more than 7.5 training hours per day. There is a minimum class size of 3 and a maximum of 40, under OSHA guidelines.
The Gold Shovel Standard is a program that works to dramatically reduce excavation worker fatalities and injuries including damage caused to underground utilities by excavators. The PEC Gold Shovel Module is the first program that can cover Excavation Legislation regarding hand-digging and tolerance zones for all 50 U.S. states. According to the Gold Shovel Standard, all workers who are present on a job with excavation responsibilities, including any new hires, field laborers, supervisors, and other workers who work alongside until excavation is complete need to have training that meets the Gold Shovel Standard. Industries involved with the standard include:
• Midstream Oil and Gas (Pipelines) • Gas and Electric Utilities • Excavators • Water and Sewer • Municipalities • Telecom
Companies requiring or recommending their excavation contractors be Gold Shovel certified include:
• PG&E • Kinder Morgan • Xcel Energy • Dominion Virginia Power
Upon successful completion, students will receive a card from PEC Safety with their name, photo, and a list of all PEC courses taken by the individual. This card can be used when working on an operator location as verification of course completion.
MIDSTREAM TRAINING QUALIFICATION
PEC Safety in conjunction with Kinder Morgan and Colonial Pipeline Company developed an MSTQ Module that can be used with PEC Basic Orientation/SafeLandUSA to meet the MSTQ Core Training Requirements. Currently Kinder Morgan and Colonial Pipeline Company are mandating that all of their contractors as well as their contractors’ sub-contractors complete the MSTQ Core Training Requirements to be eligible to perform work at MSTQ member sites. Upon successful completion, students will receive a card from PEC Safety with their name, photo, and a list of all PEC courses taken by the individual. This card can be used when working on an operator location as verification of course completion.
AMERICAN RED CROSS ADULT & PEDIATRIC
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This course is for anyone with limited or no medical training who needs a course completion card in First Aid, CPR, and AED used to meet job, regulatory or other requirements. Meets OSHA 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1910.151.
This two hour classroom training course covers engineering controls, personal protective equipment, personal hygiene, cleaning/ disinfecting equipment and supplies, recognizing, reporting and following up on employee exposures to infectious materials. This one-year certification meets training requirements required by OSHA 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1910.1030.
PERMIT REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE
This course is designed for individuals responsible for confined space entry, planning, supervising, or for administrating employees that work in confined spaces in both general industry and construction. A detailed review of confined space regulations, typical atmospheric, physical, and mechanical hazards are taught and explained. Control measures, types of confined space equipment, inspection, gas detection and atmospheric testing, and non-entry and entry rescue are discussed and reviewed.
This confined space course meets or exceeds OSHA 7300 29 CFR 1910.146 and 29 CFR 1926.1200 – 1213 (permit required confined space regulations requirements).
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