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Certified OSHA Training Courses

Workplace safety is critical to the success of any business and especially in industries that are inherently more dangerous than others. For these industries, it is essential to have proper safety training and certifications in place at the operations level. This is especially the case for the Petrochemical, Oil and Gas industries for both onshore and offshore operations.

The requirement for Certified OSHA Training Courses including PEC Training is not only based on federal law but on the industry standards for safe operations specific to the Petrochemical and Oil and Gas industries and the basic and core compliance training that provides businesses with the tools to keep their employees and their facilities safe and successful.

OSHA Safety Training Classes

PEC Training is essential to an effective safety program because it provides critical insight and knowledge to the industry standards and safety issues in the petrochemical, oil and gas industries including upstream, downstream, onshore, or offshore. The industry’s leaders require their operations staff to complete this training because it ensures an awareness level for industry risks including confined space, rigging, and hydrogen sulfide (H2S). Additionally, the PEC offers valuable training in other risk areas including fall protection, safety reporting and record-keeping, substance abuse in the workplace, emergency response, offshore transportation and safety, and many other areas that are critical to a comprehensive and effective safety program in the petrochemical, oil and gas industry.

Certified OSHA Training Courses are of critical importance for both the employer and the employee to maintain safe operations and successful business strategies. By requiring an employee to complete basic and core compliance training with OSHA training, the employer is able to demonstrate their safety program is designed in a way that ensures their workplace operations are compliant with state and federal labor and environmental laws because employees are competent and trained in safety standards specific to their job duties. An employee that has completed the required PEC and OSHA training is better equipped to safely and efficiently perform their job duties, promoting a safer work environment and strong company performance.

Basic and core compliance training must be considered critical to an organization’s business strategy because it ensures that all business operations are compliant with federal requirements and industry standards. The risks of non-compliance include significant fees and fines at the federal and state level for both OSHA and environmental agencies, the inability to be competitive in the market, and an ineffective workforce that is ill-equipped to perform their job duties.


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