Oil & Gas Industry Safety Training

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Energy Safety Orientation and Training 

Allan Hancock College provides high quality health, safety, and environmental orientation and training specifically designed to reduce worksite injuries and fatalities across a wide-variety of industries. Our offerings are accredited by PEC (www.pecsafety.com), a national organization that works to standardize safety and skills training within the oil and gas industries.  

The college is an advising member to the Far Western Chapter of the National STEPS Network (www.nationalstepsnetwork.org). This organization brings industry representatives together with regulatory agencies to consult and provide feedback on current and proposed local, state, and national energy policies and regulations. Both the chapter and parent organization strive for incident-free operations in the service, transmission, exploration, and production of oil and gas energy sectors. Membership is also open to trade associations, educators, and first responders. 

Training Tracker 

Upon successful completion of the orientation and training opportunities accredited by PEC, individuals will receive certificates and be entered into an electronically accessible database that is linked to a personal photo identification card. This card can be presented to potential or current employers to verify or document training qualifications

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