Oil and Gas Safety Awareness Courses

SafeLand USA Awareness program for oil and gas industry offered at OCCC

    (Published: 04-04-14)

SafeLand USA

Enroll now for the SafeLand USA Awareness class at Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC). Classes are held to provide oil and gas industry professionals with specific safety awareness. The next scheduled classes are set for Friday, April 18 and May 16.

About SafeLand USA
SafeLand USA is a volunteer organization comprised of major and independent operating companies, industry associations and educators with the purpose of developing and improving orientation standards for the U.S. Onshore E&P (Exploration and Production) industry. The program provides professionals within the oil and gas industry information about the safety hazards associated with the business.

Course Topics
Safeland USA Awareness course topics include: Incident Reporting and Investigation, Accident Prevention, Hand Safety, Walking Working Surfaces, Job Safety Analysis, Material Handling, First-Aid/CPR/AED, and Hazard Communications.

Course Benefits:
The course orientation is designed specifically for the oil and gas industry and is consistent with EH&S (Environmental Health and Safety), recognized by multiple organizations. The course information will help to increase employee competency, reducing employer liability cost.

Cost to attend is $150. Each course will be facilitated by a certified instructor and taught in English or Spanish. The program is certified by SafeLand USA and the Energy Training Council (ETC) of Oklahoma, of which OCCC is an authorized member. The organization is comprised of major and independent operating companies, industry associates and educators.

For more information, or to enroll, please contact John Claybon at (405) 682-7855, or jclaybon@occc.edu. Register at www.campusce.net/occc/course/EventDetail.aspx?834.