Basin Safety Training Calendar

New Hire Training

Instructor Lead

Call for QuoteCP

Site Specific Safety Orientation

We develop and/or deliver site specific safety orientations for facilities, construction sites and projects. We include federal, state and county Environmental, Health and Safety regulations, local medical information as well as company specific guidelines and requirements. We can provide standalone training or in conjunction with our gate entrance and contact tracing services.

Instructor Lead

$150

Online

$100

Entry Level

4 Hrs

General Oilfield Safety Orientation

We have developed an on-site safety orientation for new hires who are just entering the oil & gas industry. We cover procedures for various tasks including; water and oil logistics, lease operating, well service, coil tubing, roustabout and construction services.
REGULATION: OSHA 2254-09R 2015

Instructor Lead

$200

Entry Level

2 Hrs

SCBA Donning / Doffing & Emergency Response

Basin safety provides hands on SCBA donning / doffing and emergency use training to personnel required to work or rescue under air. We cover inspection, hygiene, donning, doffing, regulators, manifolds, air line connecting and disconnecting and emergency situations.
REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134

Instructor Lead

$200

Entry Level

1 Hrs

Fire Extinguisher Safety

Ensures that employees are trained in fire prevention, evacuation, and suppression and are aware of the requirements for hands on training and the use of a fire extinguisher for emergency use on their worksite. Basin Safety also offers hands-on Fire Extinguisher training in at your location or at our facility.

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.157; DOT 49 CFR 195.403

OSHA Training

Confined Space Awareness is doubled (x2)

Instructor Lead

$150

Online

$125

Entry Level | Recurring

1.5 Hrs

Benzene Safety

Ensure that your employees are knowledgeable about physical and chemical properties of Benzene including toxicity, vapor density and flammability. This course also provides information about adequate PPE including, respiratory protection, skin protection, and personal monitoring. We also provide Benzene Testing  for worksites to quantify specific exposure.

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200, 1910.1028, NIOSH 1501.

Instructor Lead

$100

Online

$75

Entry Level | Recurring

1.5 Hrs

HAZCOM / GHS

Chemical handling, labeling and storage is a fundamental part of workplace safety. SDS sheets must accompany chemicals being used in the workplace, and all employees must be trained in labeling as well as how to respond to spills, first aid, and incidents requiring fire suppression. Our HAZCOM / GHS training covers all of these requirements and more. We also provide SDS Cloud storage and management.

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200.

Instructor Lead

$75

Online

$15

Entry Level | Recurring

1.5 Hrs

Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogen training ensures employees properly handle human waste, blood, and mucous to prevent themselves from contracting diseases transmitted by bodily fluids. We provide this training in conjunction with our First Aid / CPR / AED training and COVID-19 Operations Safety . Course covers information about Hepatitis, HIV, and other communicable diseases as well as sharps protection, disposal and universal precautions.

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030.

Instructor Lead

$75

Online

$50

Entry Level | Recurring

1.5 Hrs

Electrical Safety

Ensure that the company provides each employee with an understanding of electrical hazards in the workplace. Includes information on qualified vs. non-qualified training, safe work distances (cranes, trucks, rigs) and proper grounding techniques.
REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.332.

Instructor Lead

$75

Online

$50

Entry Level | Recurring

1.5 Hrs

Personal Protective Equipment

To ensure the company provides each employee with the information, instruction, and training necessary to protect their health and safety at the workplace. Including; when PPE is necessary, what PPE is necessary, how to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE, proper care, maintenance, useful life, and disposal of PPE, and requirements of purchase / supply of PPE.

REGULATION:OSHA 29 CFR 1910.132.

Instructor Lead

$200

Online

$150

Entry LeveL

10 Hrs

OSHA 10 Hour (General Industry)

Provides basic general industry (CFR 1910) knowledge and information by means of authorized OSHA outreach trainer. Topics include all basic information in order to complete OSHA’s requirements for the following: Introduction to OSHA, Walking and Working Surfaces, Electrical Safety, Hazard Communication, Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection, Personal Protective Equipment and other optional, elective options.
REGULATION: Not required by OSHA, covers; OSHA 29 CFR 1910.

Instructor Lead

$450

Online

$250

Entry Level | Supervisory
30 Hrs

OSHA 30 Hour (General Industry)

Provides supervisory level information about OSHA general industry topics and includes safety leadership skills, recordkeeping and reporting requirements as well as developing a quality safety culture. We custom build this to your company’s specific needs and goals and help develop your supervisors into safety minded leaders.
REGULATION:Not required by OSHA, covers; OSHA 29 CFR 1910.

Instructor Lead

$50

Online

$25

Entry Level | Recurring

1.5 Hrs

Respiratory Safety

To ensure that standards for respiratory protection and fit testing training meet all requirements as per federal legislation. General understanding of regulatory requirements; knowledge of the types of fit testing, medical questionnaire for the respirators. donning, doffing and seal check procedures, maintenance, inspection and cleaning procedure, proper storage & record keeping, types and selection of protection; limitations and capabilities how to use the respirator effectively in emergency situations, and ow to recognize medical signs and symptoms that may limit or prevent the effective use of respirators. Included in Basin Safety’s H2S Awareness Course . Basin Safety can also provide fit testing and medical evaluation through our partner, OHS inc.

REGULATION:OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134.

Instructor Lead

$100

Online

$75

Entry Level | Recurring

1.5 Hrs

NORM / TENORM Awareness Training

This course ensures that designated personnel understand hazards associated with radiation and the use of Nuclear Decimeters. Includes information on various types of radiation, toxicity and engineering controls / PPE that will protect personnel from exposure.

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200, 1910.1096.

Instructor Lead

$75

Online

$50

Entry Level | Recurring
1.5 Hrs

Cold Weather Safety

Working in the Bakken means working in cold weather. We ensure that employees have information regarding symptoms of hypothermia, frost bite and exposure. We discuss wind chill factors, personal protective equipment, adequate nutrition, hydration, emergency response and journey management.
REGULATION:OSH Act 1970 Section 5(a)(1)

Instructor Lead

$75

Online

$50

Entry Level | Recurring

1 Hrs

Heat Stress Awareness

Heat stress and stroke are a major cause of concern when working in oil & gas. FR clothing, extended work shifts, and lack of scheduled breaks increase the likelihood of succumbing to heat related injuries at work. Basin Safety prepares your workers by providing them with tools to prevent injury including; personal protective equipment, administrative controls, hydration tips, and necessary shade and scheduled breaks.

REGULATION:OSH Act 1970 Section 5(a)(1)

Instructor Lead

$100

Online

$75

Entry Level | Recurring

1.5 Hrs

Trenching & Excavation Safety Awareness (Ground Disturbance)

This course ensures that designated personnel understand hazards associated with radiation and the use of Nuclear Densitometers. Includes information on various types of radiation, toxicity and engineering controls / PPE that will protect personnel from exposure.

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1926.651.

Instructor Lead

$75

Online

$50

Entry Level | Recurring

1 Hrs

Hearing Conservation (Ear Protection)

This course ensures that personnel receive knowledge of hearing conservation standards and necessary training including; The ear and how it works, effects of noise and how it can damage a person’s hearing, the purpose and different types of hearing protection, how to use and properly apply them. We also discuss the advantages and disadvantages of hearing protection, noise-level testing, off the job noise exposure, and audiometric testing.

REGULATION:OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95

Instructor Lead

$75

Online

$50

Entry Level | Recurring

1 Hrs

Fire Extinguisher Safety

This course ensures that personnel are trained in fire prevention, evacuation, and suppression and have hands on training on the use of a fire extinguisher for emergency use on their worksite. Basin Safety also offers hands-on fire extinguisher training at our facility or at your shop. 

REGULATION:OSH Act 1970 Section 5(a)(1)

DOT Training

Instructor Lead

Call for Quote (Day Rates / Per Task)

Livestream

Call for Quote (availability varies by task)

Entry Level
Time Varies by Task

Operator Qualifications (OQ)

PHMSA required OQs can be tackled from various ‘certifying’ organizations. Basin Safety provides evaluates personnel for Veriforce, NCCER, and Energy World Net. We provide a comprehensive task list, seen below. NCCER Task List offered by Basin Safety (PDF Document) Veriforce Task List offered by Basin Safety (PDF Document)
REGULATION: DOT/PHMSA 49 CFR 192, Subpart N and 49 CFR 195, Subpart G

Instructor Lead

$350

Online

$300

Entry Level

4 Hrs

DOT HAZMAT Training

This course provides DOT hazmat training to prepare, load and handle hazardous materials shipments for ground transportations. The course covers a step-by-step approach to ensure full compliance with the latest 49 CFR Hazardous Materials REGULATIONS: (HMR).
REG49 CFR 172.704, 172 DOT

Instructor Lead

$250

Online

$200

Entry Level | Recurring

2 Days

NORM / TENORM Handling / Disposal

Basin trains employees on surveying requirements by the federal and state governments as well as documentation, handling and proper disposal and manifests for handling and disposing of Naturally occurring, and technologically enhanced radioactive material.
REGULATION: 49 CFR 172, 1910.1200

Instructor Lead

$200

Livestream

$180

Entry Level | Recurring

2 Hrs

Waste Hauler Training

Personnel who transport waste require a myriad of safety, environmental, and handling skills that span beyond orientation level training. Our customized course is designed to train drivers and transporters how to properly gauge, pump operations, venting procedures, bond, and navigate severe weather and inadequate road conditions.
REGULATION: NDDEQ 23.1-04

Instructor Lead

$2000

Entry Level | Supervisory
3 Days

DOT Program Management Training

We can train your personnel on properly managing and overseeing an excellent DOT program. We train on drug and alcohol program and consortium management, new hire paperwork, driver qualification (DQ) files, compliance auditing, inspection requirements and logging practices. We assist in creating manual and electronic systems that are simple to manage and pass on to future employees.
REGULATION: NA but covers FMCSA 49 CFR 300-399

Instructor Lead

$1500

Entry Level | Supervisory

2 Days

DOT Program Auditing Training

Basin Safety DOT experts can train your team to perform internal audits and reviews of your DOT program. We review electronic and manual systems and develop a process that fits your company profile. This course involves a mock audit where we take the role of a DOT auditor, and coach through potential questions and areas of opportunity that may need improvement, preparing your team for an actual audit
REGULATION: NA but covers FMCSA 49 CFR 300-399

HEAVY EQUIPMENT TRAINING

Heavy equipment operator training and verification is required prior to personnel operating company owned equipment. Basin Safety provides a variety of equipment operator training and verification for a variety of mobile and heavy equipment.

Instructor Lead

$150

Livestream

$100

Entry Level | Recurring

2 Hrs

Aerial Lifts

Basin safety provides instruction on operations involving work at heights while operating an aerial lift. Training includes requirements for inspection, working surfaces, operations, load capacities and manufacturer recommendations. Including in this training is fall protection training including harness inspection and walking working surfaces.

REGULATIONS: 29 CFR 1910.67, ANSI 92.22

Instructor Lead

$100

Livestream

$75

Entry Level | Recurring
2 Hour Classroom 1 Hour Evaluation

Forklift Operator Training

Basin Safety provides instruction and verification for forklift operators. This training covers safety for personnel on the ground working near forklifts, materials handling, forces affecting forklift balance, inspection procedures, and manufacturer recommendations.

REGULATION: OSHA CFR 1910.178

Instructor Lead

$250

Category: Entry Level | Recurring
2 Hour Classroom 1 Hour Evaluation

Skidsteers / Telehandlers

Basin Safety trains and evaluates personnel on how to safely operate skid steers and telehandlers. We incorporate industry best practices for inspection, materials management, workplace layout and personnel on the ground working near or in coordination with skidsteers and telehandlers.

REGULATIONS: OSHA CFR 1910.178, OSHA CFR 1926.1417, 602.

Instructor Lead

$350

Entry Level | Recurring
2 Hour Classroom 1 Hour Evaluation

Loader / Backhoe

Basin Safety trains and evaluates personnel on how to safely operate loaders and backhoes. We incorporate industry best practices for inspection, materials management, workplace layout and personnel on the ground working near or in coordination with loaders and backhoes.

REGULATIONS: OSHA CFR 1926.1417, 602.

Instructor Lead

$350

Entry Level | Recurring
2 Hour Classroom 1 Hour Evaluation

Excavator Operator Training

Basin Safety trains and evaluates personnel on how to safely operate excavators. We incorporate industry best practices for inspection, materials management, boom use, soil stabilization, workplace layout and personnel on the ground working near or in coordination with excavators.

REGULATIONS: OSHA CFR 1926.1417, 602.

Instructor Lead

$350

Entry Level | Recurring
2 Hour Classroom 1 Hour Evaluation

Bulldozers Operator Training

Basin Safety trains and evaluates personnel on how to safely operate bulldozers. We incorporate industry best practices for inspection, materials management, soil stabilization, workplace layout and personnel on the ground working near or in coordination with bulldozers.

REGULATIONS: OSHA CFR 1926.1417, 602.

Instructor Lead

$2,500

Intermediate | Recurring
3 Days Classroom 1 Day Evaluation

Crane Operator Training

Basin Safety’s Mobile Crane NCCCO Certified Operator course helps prepare experienced and trained operators to gain their crane operator certification. Through our specialized knowledge of what it takes to become a Certified Operator of various types of cranes. We specialize in hands on training and certify crane operators.

REGULATIONS: NCCCO, OSHA CFR 1926.1400

Instructor Lead

$150

Entry Level
2 Hour Classroom 1 Hour Evaluation

Trailer Towing Operations Training

Basin Safety trains and evaluates personnel on how to safely travel with trailers of various types. We train on bumper pull, pintle hitch, gooseneck and semi-trailer connections. We incorporate industry best practices for inspection, connections, workplace layout and personnel on the ground working near or in coordination with trailers.

REGULATIONS: DOT CFR 571 108, 119, 120, 223, 224.

SPECIALTY TRAINING

Classroom training helps personnel understand the fundamental concepts of safety and risk management, but hands-on work and evaluation is essential to ensure that workers are competent in these courses. We provide skills trainers and evaluators to ensure that your employees are equipped to be successful in the field, and overseeing the work of their peers.

Instructor Lead

$120

Entry Level | Recurring
5 Hours

First Aid / CPR / AED

First Aid / CPR / AED provides excellent hands-on training that ensures employees have the skills required to deal with life and non-life-threatening situations at the workplace as well as at home; we provide an industry endorsed nationally certified courses that develop qualified individuals to provide CPR, First Aid, and AED care on the worksite.

REGULATIONS: 1910.151

Instructor Lead

$180

Livestream

$145

Entry Level | Recurring
8 Hours

HAZWOPER (8) Hour - First Responder + GHS

Basin Safety trains personnel on how to properly respond to hazardous waste emergency situations. We cover the GHS standard, spill prevention, isolating and barricading a leak or spill (when safe to do so). We cover necessary personal protective equipment, spill response scenarios, emergency response guidebook refresher, and testing for various contaminants.

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120

Instructor Lead

$250

Livestream

$150

Supervisory | Recurring
8 Hours

HAZWOPER (8) Hour - Refresher+ GHS

This course is designed to be a refresher for personnel who have previously completed the HAZWOPER 40-hour course. We cover necessary personal protective equipment, spill response scenarios, emergency response guidebook refresher, and testing for various contaminants. In addition, we cover GHS REGULATIONS: including labeling, shipping and disposal.

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120

Instructor Lead

$400

Livestream

$250

Intermediate Level | Recurring
24 Hours

HAZWOPER (24) Hour - Handling & First Responder + GHS

Basin Safety provides information for how to respond to and perform basic coordination for hazardous waste emergency response and operations. We include information on personal protective equipment, protecting yourself, isolating and containing a spill or release and basic decontamination procedures. We also cover your role within the incident command structure. In addition, we include information on GHS and the Emergency Response Guidebook.

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120

Instructor Lead

$1200

Livestream

$400

Supervisory | Recurring
40 Hours

HAZWOPER (40) Hour - Operations Level + GHS

Basin Safety developed this course for operations level personnel. We train on how to safely respond to, isolate, contain and manage a hazardous waste emergency. We include real life scenarios, tabletop exercises, donning and doffing of PPE, setting up decontamination zones, breathing air use and management, and managing rescue personnel. In addition, we cover GHS requirements for shipping, labeling and disposing of chemicals and emergency response guidelines. Lastly, we cover the incident command system (ICS) and your role as a part of the emergency response operations team.

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120

Instructor Lead

$300

Entry Level | Recurring
8 Hours

Confined Space Entry & Operations

Ensure that employees are equipped and prepared to perform entry, attend or supervise permit required confined entry. We cover hands-on skills including personal protective equipment, non-entry rescue, atmospheric testing, chemical profiles, risk analysis and rescue equipment familiarization. confined spaces are properly trained; ensure employees understand the required practices and procedures to protect themselves from the hazards of entry into confined spaces and the safe performance of the duties assigned. This is in addition to Confined Space Rescue Training.

REGULATIONS: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146.

Instructor Lead

$400

ONLINE

$300

Supervisory | Recurring
7 Hours

Fall Protection Competent Person

Ensure that supervisors are capable of inspecting various types of fall protection systems (FPS) including, rails, nets, cordons, harnesses, and lift equipment. This course provides a competency level certification for overseeing work at heights, emergency rescue procedures, climbing and descent techniques and various methods for injury prevention and first aid care.

REGULATIONS: OSHA 29 CFR 1926.32, 1926.503

Instructor Lead

$250

ONLINE

$150

Supervisory | Recurring
5 Hours

Scaffolding Inspector

This course is designed to ensure supervisors are capable of performing qualified risk assessments, inspecting erected scaffolding for potential issues, verifying adequate fall protection and DROPS systems are in place, and how to create and execute a rescue plan.

REGULATIONS: OSHA 29 CFR 1926.451

Instructor Lead

$250

ONLINE

$150

Supervisory | Recurring
4 Hours

Excavation Competent Person

Ensure that your supervisors are equipped with the knowledge to accurately assess risk when employees are working inside of trenches and trench safety equipment. They will be trained in all OSHA standards regarding soil types and compaction, safe working distances, atmospheric testing, benching & sloping and permit / ground disturbance requirements.

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1926.651.

Instructor Lead

$250

LIVE STREAM

$250

Entry Level | Recurring
8 Hours

PEC Basic Pipeline

PEC’s Basic Pipeline is a one-day safety orientation that meets SafeLandUSA™ and the Gold Shovel Standard certification. Basic Pipeline provides general safety information that workers need to know before entering a company facility and while performing their assigned work duties. Students will learn about hazards they may encounter in the pipeline industry and become familiar with various practices to mitigate those hazards. Students will also gain understanding of their rights under OSHA and how those rights apply to their workplace.
REGULATIONS: N/A

Instructor Led

$125

ONLINE

$95

Entry Level
2 Hours

MSTQ

MSTQ Core is an instructor-led or eLearning (CBT) module that covers general midstream oil and gas safety information. PEC MSTQ Core reinforces worker awareness of hazards they may encounter in their workplace and strengthens student knowledge of various practices to mitigate those hazards. Students will be reminded of OSHA REGULATIONS: and industry best practices, and how to apply that knowledge to stay safe in the workplace.
REGULATIONS: N/A

Instructor Led

$100

ONLINE

$75

Entry Level | Recurring
3 Hours

Arc Flash

This training covers basic Arc Flash safety requirements including, electrical safety, work practices, systems design, and maintenance. We cover general electric safety practices and electricity-related regulations, including wiring, power systems, and safety standards. This is not an NFPA 70E compliant course, but you can receive that here 

REGULATION: OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S, IEEE Standard 158.

Instructor Led

$100

LIVE STREAM

$76

Supervisory | Recurring
3 Hours

Arc Flash NFPA 70E Training

This course covers information about proper hazard identification, safe work practices, protective surfaces, lockout tagout isolation, shock, arc flashes, and personal protection equipment. This course covers the NFPA 70E standard to help experienced workers prevent accidents relating to arc flashes, shock, and electrocution.
REGULATIONS: OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S,1926. Subpart V, IEEE Standard 158

Instructor Led

$150

Entry Level | Recurring
4 Hours

Defensive Driver – NDSC DDC 4

NSC Defensive Driving Courses teach drivers how to recognize and react to immediate and potential hazardous driving situations and conditions. Our instructor-led, classroom courses provide collision prevention strategies and defensive driving techniques that focus on behavior, judgement, decision making and consequences.
These highly interactive courses will help influence drivers to make positive choices to improve driving behaviors and attitudes and encourage respectful and lawful decisions to avoid motor vehicle incidents and decrease traffic violations. This training also assists with insurance rate reduction.

REGULATIONS: N/A

Instructor Led

$849

ONLINE

$749

Supervisory | Recurring
40 Hours

Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) Training

The Radiation Safety Course for Industrial Radiography (40 Hours) is a prerequisite for individuals interested in working with radiation in the field. This is an introductory course that covers the basics of non-medical Radiographic Testing (RT). The course will cover fundamentals of radiation, radiographic and safety equipment operation, and necessary calculations in preparing entry-level personnel to work safely using radiation detectors that detect alpha, beta and gamma radiation. Students will learn the necessary State and Federal REGULATIONS: to efficiently and safely operate detectors, protect workers and prepare material for transport.
● Shipping, receiving, and performing related radiation surveys;
● Using and performing checks for proper operation of instruments used to determine the activity of dosages, survey meters, and instruments used to measure radionuclides;
● Securing and controlling byproduct material;
● Using administrative controls to avoid mistakes in the administration of byproduct material;
● Using procedures to prevent or minimize radioactive contamination and using proper decontamination procedures;
● Using emergency procedures to control byproduct material
REGULATION:NRC Title 10

Instructor Led

$100

LIVE STREAM

$50

Supervisory | Recurring
2 Hours

COVID-19 Safety

This course covers the basics in industrial hygiene related to COVID-19 and other infectious disease prevention. We cover hazard recognition, transmission risk, cleaning practices, social distance requirements, personal protective equipment and other methods of protecting yourself and others.
REGULATIONS: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030, 1200.

Instructor Led

$100

LIVE STREAM

$75

Introductory | Recurring
2 Hours

Fire Watch

Worksite fires can spread rapidly and pose a serious threat to all employees working on the site. Our fire watch teams will inspect hazardous areas where there is a danger of fire from welding and other activities that may produce sparks, open flames, and burning of materials.
● Inspect the entire area designated as hazardous for any type of welding, burning, sparks, and open flame. The fire watch will check the hot work permit and permit tags and ensure the area is free as possible from fire hazards and that proper precaution has been taken to prevent igniting combustible materials.
● Check and inspect the fire-extinguishing equipment. Ask personnel on-site if hose line is available-if yes, pull line and have charged.
● Communicate with, and coordinate the activities of, all departments concerned with fire protection.
● Limit unauthorized use of flame or spark-producing equipment.
REGULATIONS: OSHA CFR 1915.504

Instructor Led

$150

Supervisory | Recurring
4 Hours

Hands on Fire Extinguisher Training


Ensure that employees are trained in fire prevention, evacuation, and suppression and have hands-on training on the use of a fire extinguisher for emergency use on their worksite. Recommended within three months of initial hire or prior to fire watch; every year (alternating) thereafter. Training must cover the following minimum standards:
● Extinguisher types and parts
● Fire prevention and isolating fuels and ignition sources
● Characteristics of fuels
● Understanding emergency plans
● Fighting a fire/pass technique & fire approach
● Live fire exercise, including diesel, NGL or crude oil.
REGULATION:OSHA 29 CFR 1910.157; DOT 49 CFR 195.403

RESCUE TRAINING

Technical tasks that require work inside of confined spaces or at heights require creating and implementing rescue plans. We provide a variety of industry and task specific rescue training at an affordable price, on-demand. Whether it’s annual, bi-annual, or before their first day in the field, your people will receive high quality rescue training that meets your needs.

Instructor Led

$350

Supervisory | Recurring
8 Hours

Confined Space Rescue

Our Confined Space Rescue course covers operations that involve the rescue and recovery of victims trapped in a confined space or in a place only accessible through confined spaces, such as underground vaults, storage silos, storage tanks, pipe or sewers. Confined space rescues can be technically challenging due to the environment in which they occur. Confined spaces can also contain hazardous materials in liquid or gas form which can be harmful or fatal to humans. These hazards can be fatal as they create a limited window in which to perform a rescue. The general rule is that after four minutes without oxygen, a person in a confined space will likely suffer asphyxia resulting in either brain damage or death. The urgent need to rescue someone from a confined space often leads to ill-prepared rescue attempts. Nearly two-thirds of all deaths occurring in confined spaces are attributed to persons attempting to rescue someone else.
REGULATIONS: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 and 29 CFR 1910.147, NFPA 1006

Instructor Led

$400

Introductory | Recurring
8 Hours

High Angle Rescue

High angle rescue is considered to be terrain that has a slope angle of 60 degrees and higher. Examples of industrial work hazards that may require high angle rope rescue are wind turbines, towers, pipe cracks, ledges and tanks. In this type of rescue, rescuers are totally dependent upon the ropes for accessing and exiting the rescue. Since most of the rescuer’s and victim’s weight is handled by ropes, errors in setting up the rope system could be catastrophic or fatal. Rescue technicians who perform high angle rope rescue require more specialized rope training than specialists performing low-angle rescues because there is more risk of an accident due to judgment errors.
REGULATIONS:OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 and 29 CFR 1910.147, NFPA 1006

Instructor Led

$250

Supervisory | Recurring
4 Hours

Tank Rescue

This course teaches students how to conduct a variety of rescues in permit-required confined spaces. Students will learn OSHA requirements for permit and non-permit required confined space, HAZMAT awareness, inspect and maintain equipment, applying proven rescue techniques to confined space operations, rescue knots, mechanical advantage systems, incident command, and how to coordinate with other emergency responders.
REGULATION:OSHA 29 CFR 1910.157; DOT 49 CFR 195.403

Instructor Led

$150

LIVE STREAM

$100

Supervisory | Recurring
2 Hours

Emergency Response Procedures

Basic understanding of the standards for emergency action plans, emergency exits, and fire protection plans. You’ll learn about fire detection and extinguishing systems, conducting risk assessments, stabilization of the incidents.
REGULATIONS: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 and 29 CFR 1910.147, NFPA 1006

Instructor Led

ICS-100 6 Hours: $200

Supervisory | Recurring
ICS-100 6 Hours
ICS-200 6 Hours
ICS-300 18 Hours minimum; 24 Hours recommended
ICS-400 14 Hours minimum; 20 Hours recommended

Incident Command System (ICS) Training

This standard operating procedure/guideline addresses the general description of the Incident Command/ Incident Management System, including organizational structure, assignments, activation, general procedures, etc. The City Fire Department responds to a wide range of emergency incidents. In order to effectively manage personnel and resources and to provide for the safety and welfare of personnel, we will always operate within the Incident Command System at the incident scene. This procedure identifies the Standard Operating Procedures to be employed in establishing Command components of the Incident Command System and applicable components of the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
REGULATIONS:3.1.4.1 Incident Command-Incident Management Plan

Instructor Led

$200

Introductory | Recurring
2 Hours

NGL Planned Ignition

This ignition course is designed to prepare employees to effectively ignite uncontrolled releases of NGL from wells, pipelines, production and/or storage facilities.
● Knowledge of the properties of NGL
● Recognition of an NGL release
● Understanding of the hazards of NGL
● Knowledge of First Responder safety precautions for NGL releases
● Safely igniting NGL
● Demonstration on firing flare pistol
● Practice ignition of NGL
REGULATION:: OSHA CFR 1910.110

Instructor Led

$150

LIVE STREAM

$100

Introductory | Recurring
1 Hours

Security Awareness

Security awareness training is the process of providing formal security education to your workforce about a variety of site security threats and your company’s policies and procedures for addressing them. We cover physical security and how employees can keep themselves and the work site secure. In addition, we cover cyber security threats and safety.
REGULATIONS: CRF 3544.(b).(4).(A),(B)

Instructor Led

$200

LIVE STREAM

$150

Supervisory | Recurring
4-6 Hours

Spill Response – Tabletop / Deployment

A deployment exercise must be conducted to allow employees to practice skills and information obtained during training sessions. The exercise should allow all employees to practice with the equipment and gain familiarity with safety procedures. When developing the objectives for the session, components of the PREP guidelines should be used to satisfy regulatory requirements.
REGULATIONS:EPA WARN System

Instructor Led

$300

Supervisory | Recurring
6 Hours

Tank Fire Response

Designed to provide emergency responders with the skills and knowledge to mitigate a flammable liquid fire involving bulk storage. Designed to expand the knowledge and skills for emergency responders, tank farm operators, and bulk-storage and containers facility supervisors/managers when responding to and successfully mitigating storage-tank emergencies.
REGULATIONS:OSHA 29 CFR 1910.156, NFPA 1081 Advanced Exterior Firefighting Level II (ASP201), NFPA 472 Flammable Liquid Bulk Storage Specialist (IND014)

Leadership Training

A safety program is only as good as the leaders that are managing it. We provide a variety of industry and task specific leadership training. We ensure that you have access to all the training you need at an affordable price, on-demand. Our courses are designed to help your team operate effectively and manage projects and programs efficiently and debrief processes effectively.

Instructor Led

$250

LIVE STREAM

$200

Supervisory | Recurring
8 Hours

Safety Supervisor

Ensure employees who have the role as supervisor within their department have the skills required for the safety leadership within the position, are aware of their role and responsibilities, and are knowledgeable in the health and safety program of the company.
● Basic Fundamentals of Health & Safety
● Basin Safety Health & Safety Management System
● Hazard Identification Assessment and Control
● Incident Reporting & Investigations
● Training, Awareness & Programs
● Health & Safety Monitoring
● Contractor Management
● Safety Leadership
REGULATIONS:OSHA 29 CFR 1960.55

Instructor Led

$180

LIVE STREAM

$130

Introductory
3 Hours

Team Based Safety (BBS)

Employee engagement is the key to a successful safety program. You’ll learn how to build an effective operations team who’s focus is on safety. Our program emphasizes pre job and post job planning and review, ensuring that risks are understood, accounted for and eliminated, This training uses demonstrations and exercises to teach your team how to create a team based safety program, including how to develop your teams safety skills and enable them to make a positive impact on your organization’s safety culture. The result: a more effective safety team, which means measurable improvements for your organization.
REGULATIONS:OSHA 2254-09R

Instructor Led

$150

LIVE STREAM

$100

Introductory | Intermediate | Supervisory
2 Hours

Safety Committee

Safety committees bring together workers and employers through regularly scheduled meetings where safety issues are addressed. The goal of a safety committee is to create and nurture a culture of safety. Companies above a certain number of employees are required by law in many U.S. states to establish safety committees.
REGULATION:OSHA 1960.40

Instructor Led

$200

LIVE STREAM

$100

Supervisory
4 Hours

Environmental, Social and Governance Training

The primary goal of ESG training is to learn how to evaluate your company’s environmental impact and assess socially responsible investments. Younger investors, in particular, want to make sure their investment decisions are in line with their values, such as sustainability and social responsibility. The more businesses learn about their larger environmental and social influence, the more they can make wiser, corporate choices.

Instructor Led

$800

LIVE STREAM

$700

Supervisory
24 Hours

HR Management

Human resource management (HRM) is the process of employing people, training them, compensating them, developing policies relating to them, and developing strategies to retain them. As a field, HRM has undergone many changes over the last twenty years, giving it an even more important role in today’s organizations. In the past, HRM meant processing payroll, sending birthday gifts to employees, arranging company outings, and making sure forms were filled out correctly—in other words, more of an administrative role rather than a strategic role crucial to the success of the organization. Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric and management guru, sums up the new role of HRM: “Get out of the parties and birthdays and enrollment forms.… Remember, HR is important in good times, HR is defined in hard times”

Instructor Led

$1200

LIVE STREAM

$1000

| Recurring
24 Hours

Safety Professional

The role of a safety professional is no easy feat. The entire well-being of a company and its employees are in your hands. You’re tasked with determining the best way to prevent accidents, create a safe place to work, and get others to care about safety just as much as you do.
● Creating and reviewing safety plans
● Providing ongoing training for all employees
● Documenting work observations
● Analyzing safety data
● Managing incidents and associated reporting
● Maintaining company and government compliance
● Preventing workplace health and safety hazards
● Creating sustainable practices for better environmental impact

Instructor Led

$1200

LIVE STREAM

$1000

Supervisory
24 Hours

Environmental Officer

An environmental officer ensures that an organization is in compliance with environmental regulations and standards related to pollution and waste management. Your responsibilities in this career include sampling the soil and water near your facilities for further analysis at a laboratory. You also inspect and test the output of the company’s equipment using a variety of tools and methods, depending on the contaminant. You prepare reports of your findings and share your results with the businesses or agencies. If you work as an environmental officer in a consulting firm, you may make recommendations to help organizations reduce their environmental impacts with projects like recycling or making energy-efficiency improvements.