I.A.D.C. Rig Pass Orientation with SafeGulf & SafeLand Endorsements

Course Description

Rig Pass is designed to provide new employees with a basic orientation of rig operations and safe work practices to improve the safety performance of the Service Contractor and the E & P Operator and to assist both in satisfying federal, state and industry regulations and recommended practices. Upon completion, the employee will be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge of applicable regulations and government agencies, general safety policies applicable to the work site, incident and environmental protection reporting procedures, the service contractor/customer working relationship, and employee’s responsibilities.

This outline also meets the orientation requirements for SafeGulf and SafeLand. Completion cards will carry the SafeGulf and SafeLand logo and will be accepted at SafeGulf shorebases and SafeLand facilities.

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Course Details

Next Start Date:
Tuesday December 4, 2018
Time:
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Tuition:
$221

Course Objectives

Also Available:

I.A.D.C RigPass Orientation Test Out Program

  • Time: Approx. One Hour
  • Tuition $90 + $10 Badge
  • Course Availability: Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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Course Content

  1. General Safety Principles (Safe work practices, Injury prevntion, etc.)
  2. Intervention [Stop Work Authority] (JSEA/JHA, Signs And Placards, Pre-Job Plan, etc.)
  3. Personal Conduct (Workplace violance, horseplay, smoking restrictions, etc.)
  4. Drug & Alcohol Testing
  5. Preventing Workplace Violence
  6. Hazard Control Methods
  7. Lockout / Tagout
  8. Housekeeping (Proper practices, Storage, etc.)
  9. Job Safety Environmental Analysis
  10. Permitting
  11. Personal Protective Equipment (Head, Face and Eye, Hearing, Foot, Head, Resp., etc.)
  12. Hazard Communication and Materials Handling (Hazard types, Transport, Releases)
  13. Hazmat Labeling
  14. Material Safety Data Sheets
  15. Marine Debris, Swing Rope, Pits and Falls
  16. Accident Prevention Signs
  17. HAZWOPER 1st Responder’s Role
  18. Tools
  19. Materials Handling (Mechanical Equipment, Manual Material Handling)
  20. Trenching & Shoring
  21. Wildlife & Insects
  22. Fire Safety (Overview of Fire Protection and Prevention, Employee responsibilities)
  23. Adverse Weather
  24. Health & First Aid (General, Health and Weather)
  25. Blood Borne Pathogens
  26. Industrial Hygiene
  27. Back Injury Prevention
  28. Incident Reporting & Investigation
  29. Wellsite Environmental Protection (Waste Management, Leaks, HAZWOPER awareness)
  30. Land Transportation (Journey Management, Driving practices, Cell Phone, Fatigue)
  31. Offshore Personnel Transportation (Shorebase, Helicopter, Boat, Swing Ropes, Water Safety)
  32. SEMS Awareness [30 CFR 250 Subpart S]
  33. Swing Rope Transfer
  34. Written Examination

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