Safeland Greeley, CO

SafeLand/RigPass

IADC Rig Pass (SafeLand USA Endorsed)
SRP Environmental’s IADC Accredited and SafeLand USA Endorsed Rig Pass course is designed to ensure that all employees on oil and gas industry sites have an equal level of core HSE training as a part of their orientation. The Rig Pass course is usually completed in a one-day, eight-hour class. After successful completion of the course, each student is given a unique id card and bar code which allows access to most prime contractor oil and gas sites. The training is intended for new employees, but every employee regardless of time of service is required to possess a valid Rig Pass card. This class is a one-time requirement, refresher training is not necessary. For more information visit the IADC website

SafeLand USA Course Curriculum
Basic Orientation For Onshore Contractors

1. Incident Reporting and Investigation
Responsibility for reporting
Definition of an incident to report
How to report an incident
Types of incidents
Purpose of incident investigation
Explain why incidents need investigation
2. Accident Prevention Signs and Tags
Types and meaning of signs and tags
Definition and design
Wording
3. Hand Safety
Introduction
Things to consider
General safety rules
Right tools for the job
Types of cutting tools
Pocket Knife
Machete
Bush Knife
Hatchets
Causes of hand injuries
Interactive exercise
* SafeGulf: Tells employees to use alternative cutting tool. If a knife is the right tool, the program encourages knife injury prevention and uses contributing causes as a guide to prevention. Know the company knife policy is stressed.

4. Back Injury Prevention
Introduction / Statistics
Why back injuries occur
Lifting Safely
Alternatives to Lifting
Safety Tips for Lifting
Exercises for the Back
5. Behavioral Safety
Overview
ABC Analysis
BSP’s Foundation Principles
Management’s Role in Behavioral Safety
Safety Goals
Mission Statement
Zero Incidents
6. First-Aid/CPR/AED
Who is covered by the standard
HBV and HIV Diseases
Universal Practices
Work practices / Controls
First Aid/CPR/AED
One person per shift be trained
AED training is now included in CPR training
Respond to only level trained
Report all incidents or exposures
Know who to call in an emergency
7. Confined Space

Hazards of Confined Spaces
Responsibilities
Categories
Examples
Permitting
8. Lockout/Tagout
Identifying Hazardous Energy
Definitions
Lockout Tagout
Removal of Locks and Tags
Procedures
Lockout Only
Tagout Only
Group Lockout
9. Drug and Alcohol
Government Regulations
Use and Testing
Records
Supervisor Training / Driver Awareness
Employee Awareness
10. HAZCOM

Identification of Chemicals
Definitions
Chemical Inventory
MSDS
Labels and Warnings
Employee Information
Training
Written Programs
HAZWOPER
First Responder Responsibilities
North American Emergency Response Guidebook
11. Electrical Safety (Non-qualified)
What the Standard Requires
Causes of Electrical Accidents
Results of Unsafe Work Practices
Energized vs. De-energized
Working Near Exposed De-energized Parts
Overhead Line Safety
Working Near Energized Equipment
Portable Electrical Equipment
Inspecting Welding Leads
Electrical PPE
12. Intervention (Training)
Objectives: Upon completion of this training the student will be able to:
Define key terms
Relate examples of how intervention can improve safety
Explain how interventions are used
Describe an individual’s responsibilities to do interventions
Description:
Definitions
Examples
Use of Interventions
Responsibilities
13. Fire Prevention and Portable Fire Extinguishers
Fire Protection, Prevention and Detection
Elements of a Fire
Fire Classification
Extinguishing Methods
Types of Extinguishers
Inspection and Use of Extinguishers
14. Walking Working Surfaces
Walking-Working Surfaces
General Requirements
Guarding Floor and Wall Openings and Holes
Definitions
Do’s and Don’ts of Housekeeping
Scaffolding
Ladders
15. Job Safety and Environmental Analysis
Introduction
Definitions
JSEA Form
Why Train
JSEA Overview
How to perform a JSEA
JSEA Steps
JSEA Examples
16. Personal Protective Equipment, Respiratory
PPE Assessment
Controlling Hazards
Selection and Fit
Adjustment of PPE
Re-assessing Hazards
Eye and Face Protection
Hard Hats
Head, Foot and Hand Protection
Respiratory Requirements
Types of Respirators
Hearing Protection
Standard
Style
Clearing & care
Fit
NRR
** Hearing protection is not a module in SafeGulf. A module was developed, however the (C.O.S.T.) Curriculum Committee removed it. The module is available with the above topics.
17. Prevention of Workplace Violence
Definition
Zero Tolerance
Statistics
Examples
Worker Responsibilities
Sources of Assistance
18. Fall Protection: Introduction
Statistics
Responsibilities
Training Requirements
Definitions
Responsibilities
19. Permitting
General Permitting
Safe Work
Confined Space
Hot Work
20. Onshore Orientation and Emergency Evacuation

Introduction
Work Clothes / PPE
FRC where required
100% cotton preferred
Long pants
Long sleeve recommended
Hard hat
Safety glasses with side shields when required
Safety toe footwear
Gloves appropriate for the task to be preformed
Banned Items
Weapons i.e. Firearms, ammunition, clubs, etc
Illegal drugs
Lighters/matches
Alcohol
Explosives
New Personnel
Short Service guideline
Reporting to Work
Fitness for Duty Emergency Evacuation
Get familiar with site-specific emergency plan
Thermal Stress (Heat & Cold)
Heat Stress
Heat Exhaustion
Hypothermia
Frostbite
Critters (Insects & Snakes)
Snakes
Spiders
Bees/wasps
Mosquitos
Rabid animals
Wildlife, i.e bears, cougars, wolves, etc.
Adverse Weather
Lightning
Windstorms
Hurricane
Tornado
UV exposure
Snow & Ice
Flooding
Driving
Valid Driving Licenses
Road Conditions
Fatigue
Cell-phone usage
Vehicle condition
Driving to the job – plan ahead
Adverse weather
Seatbelt usage
Driving under the influence
Parking
21. ENVIRONMENTAL

Regulations
Federal reporting ·
State reporting
Responsibilities·
Report all discharges, leaks & spills
Minimize waste
All wastes go in specific containers
22. EXCAVATION – TRENCHING & SHORING
Requirements of the Standard
Site Worker vs. Competent Person
Work Practices
Hazards Relating to Excavation Work
Methods of Protection for Excavation Hazards
Use of Personal Protective Equipment
Procedures Regarding Hazardous Atmospheres
Emergency and Non-Entry Rescue Procedures
23. OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

Lead
Benzene
H2S
CO2
NORM
N2
Fibers (Man-made fibers, Asbestos, etc.)
Dust ( sand, saw dust, etc. )
Organic Solvents
Fumes ( welding, solvents, paint, etc. )
Critters bites
Staph (pronounced “staff”) Infections