Improper rigging practices have led to the deaths and injuries of many individuals working within the oilfield industry. Often, the causes of these tragic accidents can be traced to a lack of proper training of support personnel. This course explains, in detail, the requirements of riggers and crane support personnel under API RP 2D. Part of the “Rigging Series.
Provides new employees with a standardized orientation of rig operations and safe work practices to improve the safety performance of Oil & Gas operators and contractors. A curriculum of 10 interactive eLearning modules and an online proctored 100 question final test must be completed. Student must score 80% or above to pass. Student certification is uploaded to IADC and SafeGulf databases. Meets and exceeds IADC Rig Pass®/SafeGulf.
When working with hazardous equipment, tools or chemicals, hand injuries are a constant threat. It takes only one accident to leave a valued worker on the sidelines, facing a lifetime of pain and regret. This course focuses on how to maintain safety while performing oilfield jobs ranging from using hand and power tools, to crane rigging and working with specialized equipment such as tongs.
The program addresses hazards such as fluid slosh and surge, rollovers on curves and straightaways, and the dangers of the rough road conditions around oilfield well sites. It also shows why risk factors for motor vehicle accidents, including distracted driving, high speeds, nighttime driving and fatigue, weather conditions, animals, and the reckless behaviors of other drives are heightened for operators of fluid trucks.
Filmed with industry leaders at locations on land and offshore, this program describes the hazards and risk factors that make dropped objects a serious problem at oil and gas installations and facilities. It then focuses on the best practices in dropped object prevention throughout the industry.
Concepts such as Stop Work Authority, Ultimate Work Authority, and Reporting Unsafe Conditions featured in this program are all part of a new advancement that is changing the oilfield industry. In recent years, the industry has adopted a systems approach to protect workers, the public, and the marine and land environment. Part of the SEMS Compliance Suite.