Safeland

SafeLandUSA (SLUSA) Orientation has been developed for the US onshore E&P industry by volunteers from major and independent operating companies, industry associations and educators which forms the SLUSA Advisory Group. The purpose of the orientation is to set high minimum requirements for a widely accepted E&P Health, Safety and Environmental orientation and induction.

Benefits

• Orientation designed specifically for our industry
• Consistent EH&S orientation recognized by multiple operators
• Better qualified and competent employees
• Cost savings due to less re-training of employees
• Orientation remains with employee throughout career
• Quality assurance through an audit program and oversight committee

The Safety Council of East Texas is accredited through IADC to provide SafeLandUSA training.
The Safety Council of East Texas is accredited
through IADC to provide SafeLandUSA training.

SafeLandUSA (SLUSA) Orientation has been developed for the US onshore E&P industry by volunteers from major and independent operating companies, industry associations and educators which forms the SLUSA Advisory Group. The purpose of the orientation is to set high minimum requirements for a widely accepted E&P Health, Safety and Environmental orientation and induction.

Benefits

• Orientation designed specifically for our industry
• Consistent EH&S orientation recognized by multiple operators
• Better qualified and competent employees
• Cost savings due to less re-training of employees
• Orientation remains with employee throughout career
• Quality assurance through an audit program and oversight committee

The Safety Council of East Texas is accredited through IADC to provide SafeLandUSA training.
The Safety Council of East Texas is accredited
through IADC to provide SafeLandUSA training.

Pricing:

Member $130
Non-member $160

Pricing:

Member $130       Non-member $160

Topics

• General Rules and Emergency Response HAZCOM (29CFR190.1200)
• Personal Protective Equipment (29CFR1910.132-138)
• Respiratory Protection (29CFR1910.134)
• Hearing Conservation (29CFR1910.95)
• Electrical Safety Work Practices (29CFR1910.331-335)
• Elevated Work (29CFR1926.451 & 501)
• Excavation, Trenching and Shoring
• Process Safety Management (29CFR1910.119)

• Job Hazard Analysis
• Emergency Action Plan
• Fire Prevention
• General Safety
• Materials Handling
• First Aid
• Confined Space
• Electrical
• Walking-Working Surfaces
• Environmental
• Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health

Topics

• General Rules and Emergency Response HAZCOM (29CFR190.1200)
• Personal Protective Equipment (29CFR1910.132-138)
• Respiratory Protection (29CFR1910.134)
• Hearing Conservation (29CFR1910.95)
• Electrical Safety Work Practices (29CFR1910.331-335)
• Elevated Work (29CFR1926.451 & 501)
• Excavation, Trenching and Shoring
• Process Safety Management (29CFR1910.119)
• Job Hazard Analysis
• Emergency Action Plan
• Fire Prevention
• General Safety
• Materials Handling
• First Aid
• Confined Space
• Electrical
• Walking-Working Surfaces
• Environmental
• Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health