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20 Sep 13
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Critical Care transport is at the forefront of the ever-changing world of modern health care. Driven by cost containment, insurers, clinical advancements, new regulations, and a continual shift toward specialty centers, the field of critical care transport will continue to grow. Transports once managed by physicians and nurses now include EMT’s and paramedics. This expansion of EMS into critical care transport brings with it a pressing need for formal education and clinical preparation. This education will aid all providers in bridging the gap from their respective educational foundations to the level of critical care transport professional. Approximately 60% of the didactic content will be presented through an online learning management system and 40% classroom and skills lab. Skills labs will include the use of medical simulation, multiple scenarios and use of the Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump. This training event follows the current curriculum and guidelines of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and has been designed to meet the core objectives of the MT Department of Labor and Industry Board of Medical Examiners Critical Care Endorsement. Approximately 60% of the didactic portion of this course will be presented through the use of the Jones and Bartlett Navigate Course Manager learning management system. After registration is complete, participants will be given the necessary access codes to log on to the system. Presentations, copies of the PowerPoint's, lesson outlines, handouts and quizzes will be accessed through the Navigate Course Manager. All participants will be given contact information for the instructors for questions and comments. There will also be a student forum for group discussions. The online portion needs to be completed prior to the first day of the live session.

 

The classroom and skills lab portions will be held at the location specified in the brochure and the online portions need to be completed prior to the live sessions. Successful participants will be eligible to set for the FPC and/or CCP exam.

 


There will be a written evaluation for each module as well as a comprehensive final exam and required skill competency demonstrations.

 

 

 
Books can be purchased directly from www.jblearning.com with a 20% discount. The link and discount code will be provided after registration is paid. Successful participants will be eligible to sit for the FP-C exam and/or the CCP exam. The textbook purchase options include a test preparation package.

 

50% of the tuition is due at the time of registration and the balance by 3 weeks before the live class. Refunds will not be made after course work is started. In the event the course is cancelled, all tuition paid will be refunded.

 

 

 

  To register for this class , please go to the registration link above

 
20 Jul 12
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Core Compliance

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Core Compliance

Length: 24 Hours

The PEC Core Compliance program brings together the health, safety and environmental training certifications (OSHA and BOEMRE) most requested by oilfield operators and other host employers. PEC Core Compliance is SafeGulf and SafeLand accredited and is accepted by every major and most mid-major operators in the USA, Canada and Qatar. This in depth training program will ensure your employees are compliant with your customers’, OSHA and BOEMRE (Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement) safety training requirements. Material presentation is structured to build on common content in a high intensity three day format. The instructor led interactive training will certify you in training levels beyond awareness level. Each student receives documentation of completion in the form of a PEC picture ID and a certificate of completion. The student’s information will be entered into the PEC Training Tracker database. This documentation is available via the internet through the PEC Training Tracker site. The training you will receive are as follows:

  • SafeGulf Certification
  • SafeLandUSA Certification
  • Offshore Orientation (API RP 75 & API RP T-1)
  • Confined Space Entrant / Attendant (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146)
  • Rigging
  • Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1000)
  • Lockout/Tag-out (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147)
  • Fall Protection (OSHA 29 CFR 1926.500)
  • Hazmat (HM 126) (DOT 49 CFR Part 171)
  • Hazardous Communications (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200)
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hearing Conservation (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95)
  • Emergency Response
  • Process Safety Management
  • Welding Safety
  • Defensive Driving
  • Hazwoper (Oper.) (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 and API RP 75)
  • Fire Protection
  • Medical Records
  • Forklift Safety (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178)
  • Respiratory Protection (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134)
  • Electrical Safety
  • Terrorism Response Awareness Program (TRAP)
  • Back Safety
  • Alcohol and Substance Abuse Awareness
  • Offshore Waste Management

Course Objectives

  • To prepare the student to know what types of additional training they will need in order to work for the various operators at both onshore and offshore facilities.
  • To upgrade students training levels from awareness training to required compliance training.
  • To create a mind set in each student that will help them to play an active role in the safety program at their work facility.
  • To explain to each student the value of asking questions when they do not understand a certain aspect of their job.
  • To ensure that each employee that has completed this program has an identification card indicating that they have completed the course.

Target Audience

An essential course for any employee that is new to the O&G and Petrochem industry that will consistently be working in plant, dockside, onshore or offshore facilities. This is required for any employee of a company that does exploration, production, drilling and/or refining work for any of the leading operators.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

 
20 Jul 12
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H2S Awareness

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H2S Awareness

This training provides the participant with the information required to properly recognize, assess and control hazards associated with H2S gas. Participants will be introduced to the properties of H2S gas, the health hazards associated with exposure, detection and monitoring methods, and acceptable exposure limits.

This course has been designed as an awareness course only. It is not intended to be used as the only source of H2S information for workers that will be or are likely to come into contact with H2S. Workers that are likely to come into contact with H2S in the Oil and Gas industry need to take the full H2S Alive course.

Our H2S awareness course will benefit users that need to know about H2S and serves as an excellent resource for people whose companies support the Oil and Gas Industry

 
20 Jul 12
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PEC - Basic Orientation

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Basic Orientation

Length: 8-10 Hours

The PEC Basic Orientation safety awareness course includes both SafeGulf and SafeLand. PEC Basic was designed to take the place of multiple Operator orientations and to give each student a general idea of life and safety issues in the oil and gas industry, upstream, downstream, onshore or offshore. This one-day program meets API RP 75 & API RP T-1 requirements and provides a basic understanding at an awareness level of certain general safety information that an employee should know before entering a company facility and while performing their assigned work duties. Over 25 of the leading oil and gas operators accept this orientation as it meets their requirements. Upon successful completion of course, each student is issued a picture ID with a unique barcode. The student information is then stored in an online database. This orientation has become the standard program for the industry and certifies a student at awareness level for the following:

  • SafeGulf Certification
  • SafeLand Certification
  • Confined Space
  • Rigging
  • Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
  • Lockout/Tag-out
  • Fall Protection
  • Hazmat (HM 126)
  • Hazardous communications
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Emergency Response
  • Process Safety Management
  • Welding Safety
  • Defensive Driving
  • Hazwoper (Oper.)
  • Fire Protection
  • Medical Records
  • Forklift Safety
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Electrical Safety
  • Terrorism Response Awareness Program (TRAP)
  • Back Safety
  • Alcohol and substance abuse awareness
  • Offshore Transportation (Departure, Helicopter, Boat, Arrival, etc.)
  • Offshore Safety (Swing Ropes / Personnel Baskets, Water Safety, etc.)

Course Objectives

  • To prepare the student to know what types of additional training they will need in order to work for the various operators at both onshore and offshore facilities.
  • To create a mind set in each student that will help them to play an active role in the safety program at their work facility.
  • To explain to each student the value of asking questions when they do not understand a certain aspect of their job.
  • To ensure that each employee that has completed this program has an identification card indicating that they have completed the course.

Target Audience

An essential course for any employee that is new to the O&G and Petrochem industry that will consistently be working in plant, dockside, onshore or offshore facilities. This is required for any employee of a company that does exploration, production, drilling and/or refining work for any of the leading operators.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

 
20 Jul 12
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MSHA - Refresher

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 MSHA - Annual refresher:

 

1.       Changes at the mine that affect the miner’s health or safety

2.       Miners will also receive training in subjects and hazards that have accounted for the most fatalities and injuries at the mine, where appropriate. Applicable health and safety requirements, including mandatory standards

3.       Transportation controls and communication systems

4.       Escape and emergency evacuation plans; firewarning and firefighting

5.       Prevention of accidents

6.       Ground conditions and control

7.       Working in areas of highwalls

8.       Water hazards, pits, and spoil banks

9.       First aid

10.   Explosives

11.   Mobile equipment; conveyor systems; cranes; crushers; excavators; and dredges

12.   Maintenance and repair; material handling; fall prevention and protection; and working around moving objects

13.   Traffic patterns and control

14.   Illumination and night work

15.   Electrical hazards

16.   Health

17.   Respiratory devices