Safety Training Blog

Who Should Take the H2S Alive Training Course?

The H2S Alive training course is mandatory for many occupations. Most of the occupations that need belong to the gas, oil, and drilling industries, as well as the exploration, maintenance, and processing of heavy oil sands. 

What a Fall Protection Course Can Do for You

A fall protection course is designed to help anyone who is going to be working at the height of 10 feet or above. A training course will help give you and your employees the skills they need to handle any emergency at height and how to effectively work at height safely.

Taking an H2S Alive Training Course Can Save Your Life

Anyone who works in the petroleum and gas industries is at some point going to come into contact with hydrogen sulfide (H2S). To be safe in your industry you must take an H2S Alive training course to ensure that you are up to code on all the current safety procedures when dealing with this potentially deadly gas.

What Training You Need to Know Before Entering a Confined Space

Asphyxiations, entanglements, and falls are among a vast number of other potentially dangerous things that can happen when working in confined spaces. No one wants to hear that there is an emergency, but they happen. That is why you must be aware of onsite confined space and fall rescue plans before work even begins.

Why Everyone Working at Height Needs a Fall Protection Course

Protecting worker's lives is not only an employer’s moral duty; it is a legal responsibility. When workers are going to be working at heights, it is essential that these employees learn about fall protection. Taking a fall protection course can be the difference between a full life and a quick death.

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