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Blood Borne Pathogens

This course will cover the key elements of an appropriate blood borne pathogens program including the OSHA standard which limits occupational exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials since any exposure could result in transmission of blood borne pathogens, which could lead to disease or death. Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C are serious concerns for workers exposed to blood and other potentially infectious materials. Blood borne pathogen exposure may occur in many ways, but needle stick injuries are the most common cause. Exposure may also occur through contact of contaminants with the nose, mouth, eyes, or skin.

Upon completion of the lesson, participants will be able to:

Give at least 3 examples of workers who are at risk of exposure to blood borne pathogens

List the three ways exposure to blood borne pathogens commonly occurs.

Describe at least 5 key aspects of a Blood borne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan.

Explain how properly used PPE and appropriate housekeeping methods protect against exposure to blood borne pathogens.

List three important steps to take if exposed to a blood borne pathogen.

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PEC Premier has created some of the most widely used and endorsed safety training for oil and gas exploration and production.

The PEC SAFELAND will prepare your crew with a basic understanding of the hazards involved in working on an Oil and Gas Exploration or Production Site. PEC SafeLand is a trusted safety orientation program accepted by most oil and gas producers. This is a one day class.

The PEC Basic Orientation safety awareness course includes both SafeLand USA and SafeGulf. 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 (8 to 10 hours) 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. Upon successful completion of course, each student is issued a picture ID with a unique barcode, signifying PEC Basic Certification.

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Lockout/Tagout is one of OSHA's Top 10 "Most Serious Violations" and Top 10 "Most Often Cited Violations." The instructor will break down the regulation and answer your site-specific questions. The instructor will use interactive discussions and pair activities relating to the OSHA lockout/tagout regulation.

Utilizing OSHA regulations, as well as your companies Lockout/Tagout program, this training will cover OSHA Control of Hazardous Energy, Lockout/Tagout Standard 1910.147 Subpart J, key components of an energy control program; inspections of energy control devices; and steps for testing equipment.

What participants will learn:

Establish the purpose for lockout/tagout.

Identify the key components of an energy control program.

Identify the six main elements that should be contained in lockout/tagout procedures.

Identify key elements of a periodic inspection of the energy control device to restore energy and equipment.

Explain group lockout/tagout.

Identify steps to follow to perform testing or positioning on a piece of equipment being repaired.

Recognize the importance of "best practices" for the most effective lockout/tagout program implementation and operation.

Participants will become:

Knowledgeable about the lockout/tagout program at within the facility.

Utilize the resource guide that includes: the OSHA standard, checklist and contact lists.