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  • This video explains how to complete a horizontal kill sheet.  It is strongly recommended that you complete this prior to attending the classroom portion of the Second Line Refresher course. 

  • This program introduces current H2S Alive Instructors to the 7th Edition of H2S Alive. 

    As a requirement for instructors, the Portal features a video presentation that explains the updates, revisions, and new features of the course. All instructors must view the video in its entirety in order to gain access to ordering materials for delivery of the 7th Edition.

    The Powerpoint presentation, Instructor Guide, and other helpful resources can also be viewed and downloaded from the Portal.

    A complete instructor package will be mailed to instructors the week of June 17th, 2013.

  • Free, short, online general safety orientation program, for all employees in the petroleum industry.

  • This tutorial is available to anyone interested in the understanding of an H2S environment. Based on the H2S Alive industry standard, this online tutorial provides the learner with a comprehensive review of the theoretical components of the H2S Alive course. It provides a highly interactive internet-based presentation that includes video, audio and multimedia-based lessons. The tutorial presents the learner with a series of scenario-based simulations allowing for assessment of inaccessible dangerous H2S environments, as well as operational principals and procedures for working safely within an H2S environment.

  • Providing career fire fighters with operational knowledge for responding to incidents within a sour gas environment, this program parallels the existing H2S Alive oil and gas industry program. This internet-based program is designed for fire department first responders and is a highly interactive multimedia program with video, audio and interactive lessons. The program presents the learner with a series of scenario-based simulations allowing for assessment of inaccessible dangerous H2S environments, as well as operational principals and procedures for first response in an H2S environment.

    The program is available to career fire department personnel and to individuals with professional fire-fighting responsibilities within the oil and gas industry.

  • Petroleum Safety Training (PST) 2.0 is an introductory course for all employees working in the petroleum industry. The course provides a general introduction and overview of health and safety hazards and how to control them so that work can be completed safely. It discusses the legal framework that employers must follow and focuses on workers' and employers' responsibilities with respect to health and safety at work.  PST is an interactive multi-media program with video, audio, and interactive lessons. The course is intended for all employees including new hires to the petroleum industry and as a refresher for experienced workers, supervisors and managers.  Total running time of the program is approximately four hours. 

  • Petroleum Safety Training (PST) is an introductory course for all employees working in the petroleum industry. The course provides a general introduction and overview of health and safety hazards and how to control them so that work can be completed safely. It discusses the legal framework that employers must follow and focuses on worker's and employer's responsibilities with respect to health and safety at work.

    The course is intended for all employees including new hires to the petroleum industry and as a refresher for experienced workers, supervisors and managers.

  • Describe the methods, techniques and responsibilities for handling encounters with three species of bears.

  • Providing field workers with a basic knowledge for working safely in remote and wilderness habitats, this program promotes the safe co-existence with wildlife.

    This program is endorsed by CAGC, CAPP, PSAC, and Sustainable Resource Development (SRD).

  • The Virtual Rig Experience (VRE) program is designed to familiarize individuals with drilling rig components and operations.
    This interactive training presentation addresses:

    • Drilling
    • Rig Overview
    • Hoisting System
    • Rotary Circulation System
    • Blowout System
    • Prevention System
    • Power System

    Additional components include industry-related vocabulary, interactive assessments and a comprehensive glossary of terms. The program is approximately 60 minutes in duration.

  • This course provides an overview of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) and their hazards. The module covers NORM in industrial environment, types of radiation, their hazards and measurements, health effects of radiation, risks involved and ways to minimize these risks, and safe practices to follow when working with NORM.

  • The Safety Management Program has been developed in conjunction with the Drilling and Completions Committee (DACC) to assist industry in maintaining the minimum training levels identified in IRP 7: Standards for Wellsite Supervision of Drilling Completions & Workovers. (DACC is a joint industry/government committee consisting of oil and gas industry associations and government agencies that are stakeholders in this industry sector.)

    This refresher program is designed to ensure that wellsite supervisors and prime contractors maintain a high level of awareness of their responsibilities and roles with respect to safety management and regulatory compliance at the wellsite.

    Key legislated rules and industry practices for Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan are discussed and summarized in an index with references so that the wellsite supervisor/prime contractor can research further details as needed.

    The program covers responsibilities for health and safety legislation, health and safety program elements, hazard identification, risk assessment and control, inspections, incident investigation, emergency response and leadership skills, with particular emphasis on regulatory changes and key industry issues from the preceding three years.

  • This seminar covers an overview of the six industry associations of the upstream petroleum industry.

  • The Petroleum Industry Overview course provides a broad introduction to the oil and gas industry from both a Canadian and global perspective. The course also covers the origin of oil and gas. This course is part of an online series of courses that covers the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors of Canada's oil and gas industry.

  • The Petroleum Exploration, Land and Leasing course provides an introduction to oil and gas exploration, especially through various geophysical and seismic methods. The second part of the course describes the process by which governments and oil companies offer and acquire crude oil and natural gas mineral rights and how leases for wells are located. This course is part of an online series of courses that covers the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors of Canada's oil and gas industry.

  • The Drilling Equipment and Well Completion course describes the types of drilling rigs, site preparation, the parts and operation of a drilling rig, its personnel and the environmental protection issues associated with land-based and offshore drilling. The second part of the course describes the activities required to complete a well in preparation for producing oil or gas. This course is part of an online series of courses that covers the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors of Canada's oil and gas industry.

  • The Production, Processing and Transportation of Oil and Gas course describes how oil and gas is recovered from a well and collected and transported to surface facilities for processing. Oil sands production is also discussed. The second part of the course covers how oil and gas pipelines are built and operated. This course is part of an online series of courses that covers the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors of Canada's oil and gas industry.

  • The Refining and Marketing of Oil and Gas course describes how oil refineries and petrochemical plants change crude oil and natural gas into useful products. The second part of the course describes the global oil and gas market and how oil and gas products are marketed to consumers in Canada. This course is part of an online series of courses that covers the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors of Canada's oil and gas industry.