Job Specific Courses

The User Level Job Specific Courses six to eight hours in length.

 

Energy Isolation

 

Energy Isolation is designed to ensure that workers are protected from injury due to unexpected release of energy during equipment maintenance and startup.

 

Module I is an introduction, for affected and authorized workers, to the Energy Isolation Standard, the types of energy sources, potential hazards, and how to control them.

 

Module II provides authorized workers with step-by-step procedures for isolating equipment using such techniques as lockout tagout, lockbox, blinding, misalignment, double block and bleed, and single valve isolation. It emphasizes each employee's responsibilities during those procedures using practice exercises and simulations.

 

Fall Protection

 

 

Fall Protection reviews the hazards of working at height and the proper use of fall protection systems. It focuses on equipment types, acceptable anchorages, and practice in how to inspect, don, adjust, use, doff, and maintain fall protection equipment. Employees learn how to make sure their PFAS has clearance for proper deployment and what to do if they or a co-worker falls.

 

Respiratory Protection

 

Respiratory Protection is an introduction to the use of the three types of respiratory protection used on the North Slope.

 

 

Module I: Introduction to Respiratory Protection is an overview of the hazardous conditions requiring the use of respirators, control measures, and the responsibilities of the employees and employers in a respiratory program.

 

 

Module II: APR focuses on the conditions requiring the use of air-purifying respirators, the equipment types, and how to inspect, don, doff, clean, and store the equipment.

 

Module III: SCBA addresses the conditions requiring the use of the self-contained breathing apparatus, the equipment types, and components, how to properly inspect, don, doff, clean, and store the equipment.

 

Module IV: SAR identifies the conditions requiring the use of a supplied air respirator, the equipment types, and components, and how to properly inspect, don, doff, clean, and store the equipment.

 

Confined Space Entry

 

 

Confined Space Entry is an overview of the safety procedures for employees entering and working in confined spaces. It emphasizes the characteristics of a confined space, the permitting requirements, identifying hazards, the step-by-step procedures for entering and working in a confined space, the responsibilities of each team member, and rescue protocols.

 
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