Safeland/Rig Pass with H2S and GHS HazCom 1500 Windway St., Odessa, Texas

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