Training

Basin Safety Consultants: Elevating Oilfield Safety Through Toolbox Talks

Welcome to Basin Safety Consultants, your trusted partners in fostering a culture of safety excellence in oil and gas operations. As consultants specializing in all things oilfield safety, we understand the critical importance of recognizing and controlling hazards to prevent injuries and fatalities. In this comprehensive blog, we’ll delve into safety toolbox talk topics tailored […]

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Well Control Pro – Workover Supervisor

July 17, 2023 – July 21, 2023 4401 16th Ave W, Williston, ND 58801 Map and Directions | Register Description: Well Control Pro powered by Basin Academy Below is a list of curriculum covered in this course: ·       Safety Briefing and Emergency Procedures ·       Overview of Workover Well Control ·       Service Company Equipment Operator Roles

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Now offering weekly H2S Clear in Dickinson, ND beginning January 13, 2022!

January 13, 2023 – January 13, 2023 2740 Sims Street Suite B Register Instruction Type: Classroom✅ Tabletop ✅ Recertification: Annual Course Description: This is course is designed to ensure that: Participants are aware of the chemical and physical characteristics of H2S gas; b) Understand the hazards associated with H2S gas; and c) Participants understand the applicable legislations

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Hazwoper Training

Employees involved in these 5 operations require HAZWOPER training

HAZWOPER is an acronym that stands for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. It is a set of guidelines set forth by OSHA. The guidelines are meant to regulate hazardous waste and emergency service operations in the U.S. HAZWOPER is essential to any company that works with, stores, transports, or destroys hazardous materials and substances.

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Equipment Operator

5 types of training that in-demand construction equipment operators have done

Construction equipment operators (CEOPs) move materials, earth and other heavy materials. They operate equipment that clears and grades land to prepare for constructing roads. They also operate the equipment needed to construct bridges, buildings, runways, power generation facilities, dams, levees and other structures.  CEOPs are highly sought after by many construction companies. This is especially

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Radiation Safety Officer Training

7 points covered in exceptional radiation safety officer training

A radiation safety officer (RSO) is a person who has been trained on the safe use of radiation-producing machines and materials in the workplace. They ensure that all radiation-producing machines and materials are operated following applicable regulations, standards and procedures.  Who typically employs radiation safety officers? Entities that are typically required to have RSOs include:

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Waste Hauler

How your company can benefit from having formally trained waste haulers

Waste haulers provide a necessary service to both commercial and residential property owners. Without them, trash would pile up on the street and in garbage cans, creating health hazards and unsightly conditions. Waste haulers ensure that this does not happen by collecting garbage from homes and businesses and transporting it to landfills or recycling facilities.

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Hazwoper Training

5 reasons oil industry facilities need employees with HAZWOPER training

Upon first hearing the name, one might think that Hazwoper was the name of some kind of industrial machinery. However, HAZWOPER is actually an acronym that stands for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. This is a set of guidelines set forth by the OSHA. HAZWOPER regulations instruct workers on remaining safe while working with

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What Is Hazcom

What is Hazcom and why is it vital to your workers?

Hazcom is a shorthand term for the Hazard Communication Program. This is a program implemented by OSHA over the years to help improve workplace safety. The goal of Hazcom is to protect people from injuries or illnesses associated with hazardous materials. This is achieved through safety data sheets, clear labels and thorough employee training. Workers

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Bloodborne Pathogen Training

4 areas explored in bloodborne pathogen training

Bloodborne pathogens are infectious organisms that can be found in human blood. These organisms can often cause life-threatening diseases in humans. Nurses and other health care personnel are always well trained in safety measures to prevent the spread of bloodborne pathogens. However, these skills are just as important in other industries.  A work-related injury or

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