Oil and Gas Training SafeLandUSA Training Courses

Many safety hazards and day-to-day operations are unique to the oil and gas industry alone. This is why drilling operators and supervisors at oil and gas operator companies are required to complete industry-specific training courses. For years, many oil and gas industry contractors had to complete separate but near identical safety orientations anytime they were contracted for a job. But in 2005, the SafeLandUSA Advisory Group (SLAG) was created to develop and implement an industry-wide safety orientation.

Today MAC Safety Consultants, Inc. employs SafeLandUSA accredited trainers who visit worksites and provide SafeLandUSA training to groups. At the conclusion of training, students are the recipients of a photo ID badge certification that indicates they’ve successfully completed the course. This certification is permanent with no expiration date.

About SafeLandUSA

SafeLandUSA training was specifically developed for the oil and gas industry. Oil and gas operator companies recognize SafeLandUSA as the industry’s standard training orientation. A volunteer organization of oil and gas professionals developed the standardized set of minimum required topics covered during a full day of training. These topics include:

  • How to Report and Investigate Incidents
  • How to Use Signs and Tags for Accident Prevention
  • Hand Safety
  • Proper Handling of Materials
  • Good Behavioral Safety Practices
  • First Aid/CPR/AED Considerations
  • Confined Space Safety
  • LOTO
  • How to Address Drug and Alcohol/Substance Abuse
  • Hazard Communication
  • Electrical Safety Procedures
  • Intervention/Stop Work Authority
  • Fire Prevention and Proper Use of Portable Fire Extinguishers
  • Walking/Working Surfaces
  • Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and Pre-Job Planning
  • Personal Protective and Respiratory Equipment
  • Workplace Violence Prevention
  • Working from Heights
  • Work Permits
  • Driver and Transportation Safety
  • Environmental Concerns
  • Excavation – Trenching & Shoring
  • Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health Practices
  • Evaluation of Site Specific Hazards and Emergency Evacuation