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Health, Saftey and EnvironmentalHere you’ll find a number of Health Safety & Environmental courses that you can use to meet RAVS and other regulatory requirements.

Construction Safety Orientation (CSO)


The CSO courses serve as introductory safety training for individuals who will work on construction sites. The library includes 20 topics, divided into 4 sections, available in English and Spanish. To learn more click here.

  • Section 1

    Intro/safe work policies and procedures
    Electrical safety
    Lockout/tagout awareness
    Preventing back injuries
    Personal protective equipment

  • Section 2

    Working with powered machines and equipment
    Fire safety begins with you
    Emergency evacuation
    Your right to know about chemicals in the work place
    Reporting injuries, location of first aid kits and precautions against bloodborne pathogens

  • Section 3

    Welding and cutting
    Confined spaces
    Rules for using the tools
    Excavation safety
    Check it out before you start work

  • Section 4

    Driving safety
    Cranes and material handling
    Scaffold safety
    Ladder safety
    Ergonomics



General topics


These HSE (Heath Safety and Environment) courses cover topics that apply to a wide range of OSHA regulations and fulfill a number of ISNetworld RAVS requirements.

  • Ergonomic Principles: Fitting the Job to the Worker

    This program focuses on basic ergonomic principles and provides a clear understanding of how proper lifting procedures and work postures can reduce the risk of injuries in the workplace. Sound ergonomics is a proven, cost-effective method to reduce injuries and stress on the body while improving efficiency and productivity.

  • *New Course* Access to Medical and Exposure Records for Employees

    The OSHA Standard on Access to Medical Records, 29 CFR 1910.1020, grants employees access to medical and exposure records kept by their employer. This concise, but comprehensive training program - filmed on location at industrial, corporate, and medical facilities - provides all the information your employees need regarding this regulation and answers any questions they may have. (Course ID: AMR-MM, 10 min.)

  • *New Course* API RP T1: Orientation for First Time Offshore Personnel

    The SEMS Rule (30 CFR 250) incorporates all of the recommended practices required in API RP 75. This requirement states that all new personnel know what is expected of them during their first trip offshore. (Course ID: API-MM, 36 min.)

  • Back Safety & Ergonomics – Step Back for Safety

    This program, created by Moxie Media, will show your crew techniques to prevent wear and tear on their backs while also helping them to understand why these methods will actually work. Among other things, this course describes how the back functions and why it is important to avoid bad postures, using faulty methods when lifting, or even being hunched over the computer for long periods of time. (Course ID: BackS-MM, 14 min.)

  • *New Course* Benzene Cargo Safety

    This program was developed to provide mariners with awareness level knowledge and understanding of the hazards and the preventative measures required when transferring, transporting or storing Benzene cargos. This training fulfills the requirements of the American Waterways Operators Responsible Carriers (RCP) (RCP V-C-1f-2) and the USCG 46 CFR 197.565 (b). (Course ID: BCS-MM, 17 min.)

  • Behavior Based Safety - Orientation

    This introductory course was designed by Safety Advantage to cover the basics of behavior-based safety (BBS). The goal of the BBS Orientation course is to explain the importance of the S.T.A.R.T. program (Safe Today and Return Tomorrow). Covered topics include job safety analysis (JSA) forms, daily tailgate safety meetings, last minute risk assessments, job safety observations, and near miss incidents. This course helps individuals to identify at-risk behaviors and practice safe work habits that can prevent workers from being injured on the job site. (Course ID: BBSO-SA, 20 min.)

  • Confined Spaces – Step Back for Safety

    When you enter a confined space, you may die before you realize anything is wrong. That’s why proper precautions must be taken every time. This program, created by Moxie Media, will alert workers to the hazards that may be waiting within a confined space, then demonstrates safety procedures including confined space permitting and use of monitors or “sniffers” for reading oxygen levels or detecting toxic gases. (Course ID: Con-MM, 16 min.)

  • *New Course* Drug and Alcohol Awareness for the Maritime Employee

    This training, designed to meet requirements of 46 CFR Part 4 (06/20/06), educates employees about how drugs and alcohol can adversely affect their health, job performance, and safety. Learners are advised of the five situations in which drug testing will occur, and the resulting actions which may be taken. They are also made aware of the behavioral indicators that may suggest a substance abuse problem in a co-worker, and how to confidentially report a suspected problem to the appropriate personnel. (Course ID: DAE-MM, 31 min.)

  • *New Course* Drug and Alcohol Awareness for the Maritime Supervisor

    This training, designed to meet requirements of 46 CFR Part 4 (06/20/06), trains Marine supervisors to recognized the signs of substance abuse by crew members and to be knowledgeable about the various types and classes of contraband, as well as their associated paraphernalia. Emphasis is placed on making informed judgments based on physical, behavioral, and performance indicators, as well as testing and reporting procedures. (Course ID: DAMS-MM, 34 min.)

  • *New Course* Dropped Object Prevention for the Oilfield Industry

    Filmed with industry leaders at locations on land and offshore, the program describes the hazards and risk factors that make dropped objects a serious problem at oil and gas installations and facilities. It then focuses on the best practices in dropped object prevention throughout the industry. (Course ID: DO-MM, 11 min.)

  • Driving Defensively

    The use of a motor vehicle is a common part of many individuals’ daily work routines. Safety Advantage developed the Driving Defensively course to inform workers of the common dangers that occur while driving. It also explains the importance of defensive driving and provides individuals with different techniques to utilize in order to create a safer driving environment for themselves and others. This includes accident prevention, vehicle inspection, and safe driving procedures. (Course ID: Driv-SA, 9 min.)

  • *New Course* Driving Safety for Oilfield Employees

    Government studies show that across the industry, almost 30% of fatalities result from motor vehicle crashes. For some companies, such as those providing well services, the numbers are even higher. This program addresses both the leading risk factors for motor vehicle accidents and how to ensure safety through accident prevention. (Course ID: DS-MM, 35 min.)

  • *New Course* Emergency Marine Distress Signals

    It is vital for crews to understand and be trained in the use of marine distress signals ranging from radio communication and visual markers such as flares, smokes or rockets, to electronic locators such as EPIRBs and SARTs. In this program, maritime employees will learn how to rapidly notify search and rescue authorities to their emergency and assist them by quickly guiding rescue craft to their location. This is vital compliance training that can literally save the crew's life!
    (Course ID: ED-MM, 25 min.)

  • Electrical Safety - Step Back for Safety

    Electricity is essential to modern life and it powers the workplace, but it also presents life-threatening hazards. This program, created by Moxie Media, focuses on methods for safe work and injury prevention that include careful inspection of electrical components, removal of broken equipment from service, being sure to ground equipment, avoiding power lines, and using proper PPE. (Course ID: Elec-MM, 11 min.)

  • *New Course* Emergency Platform, Rig and Vessel Abandonment

    When an emergency on board an offshore platform, rig or vessel takes place, personnel need to know how to respond without "panic" in order to increase their chances of survival. This program, shot at actual offshore and maritime locations, covers controlled and uncontrolled abandonments and the various means of escape available, including lifeboats, life rafts, and water entry. (Course ID: EPA-MM, 26 min.)

  • *New Course* Oh My Aching Back - Ergonomics

    Are soft tissue injuries such as sprains, strains and inflammation simply a fact of life that is likely to get worse as we age, or can these common workplace injuries be resisted and prevented? This program provides an understanding of what soft tissue injuries are, how they are caused and how to avoid being injured while working. When we live a sedentary lifestyle or fail to practice the proper ergonomic methods for lifting, standing or sitting, we heighten the risks for injuries. This program details the workplace risk factors for soft tissue injuries, including lifting, pulling or pushing, high and low work, twisting, repetition and vibration. (Course ID: ERGB-MM, 24 min.)

  • Fire Prevention - Step Back for Safety

    This awareness level training, created by Moxie Media, introduces workers to the building blocks of fire by using the fire tetrahedron, and describes preventive measures ranging from good housekeeping to electrical safety. Workers are also shown how to alert others and evacuate safely in case a fire does break out and how to select and use a portable fire extinguisher to put out a small fire before it spreads. (Course ID: Fire-MM, 14 min.)

  • First Aid & Bloodborne Pathogens - Step Back for Safety

    This program, created by Moxie Media, teaches workers to recognize and respond to common workplace injuries and medical conditions. The curriculum demonstrates first aid for many types of injuries and shows how to recognize life-threatening conditions such as heart attack and stroke. A focus on Bloodborne Pathogens explains how to prevent serious diseases from infecting your work force, or spreading among workers. (Course ID: FirstAid-MM, 13 min.)

  • *New Course* Fluid Truck Accident and Rollover Prevention for the Oilfield Industries

    A lack of knowledge and focused training can be a killer for tanker truck operators. These rigs are prone to rollover accidents, often with tragic results for drivers, their families and the public. This program shows in a clear, easy-to-follow manner why fluid truck accidents occur. When employees understand the dynamics of fluids in the tank, as well as hazards on the road, they will know why safe actions are essential. (Course ID: FT-MM, 25 min.)

  • *New Course* GHS and You! - Globally Harmonized System

    According to OSHA, 40 million American workers in 5 million workplaces require training on the new HAZCOM requirements under the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, known as the GHS. This short program provides all the GHS training your employees will require for a smooth transition into the GHS era. (Course ID: GHS-MM, 13 min.)

  • *New Course* Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Safety For Oilfield Industry

    This program will educate oilfield employees and contractors on how to recognize when Hydrogen Sulfide is present in their work area and to introduce the precautions necessary to work with Hydrogen Sulfide safely. This information will help fulfill the training requirements of API Recommended Practice 49, ANSI Z390.1 and other international regulatory standards. (Course ID: H2S-MM, 30 min.)

  • Hand Safety & Injury Prevention - Step Back for Safety

    When you work with your hands, potential hazards are all around: pinch points, absorption of harmful chemicals, burns, fractures, even amputation. This program, created by Moxie Media, shows workers how to prevent hand injuries and protect themselves through safe procedures for machine operations, using the eyes to recognize potential hazards before the hands are put at risk, and selecting the right work gloves for the job. (Course ID: Hand-MM, 16 min.)

  • Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) - Step Back for Safety

    Chemicals and other materials present hazards that can threaten the safety, health, and lives of workers and members of the public. This program, created by Moxie Media, shows workers how to use information found on warning labels and in Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) to safely handle and store chemicals using PPE, and how to properly respond to any leaks, spills or others accidents that may occur. (Course ID: HAZCOM-MM, 11 min.)

  • Hearing Conservation - Step Back for Safety

    When a worker loses hearing due to noise in the workplace, it is gone forever. That's why it's essential to take the right steps to prevent hearing loss. This course, created by Moxie Media, shows workers how to protect their hearing by reducing or muffling workplace noise, and selecting and using the proper protective equipment, such as ear plugs and ear muffs. (Course ID: Hear-MM, 7 min.)

  • Hexavalent Chromium

    This course was designed by Safety Advantage and it covers the proper way for individuals to perform work tasks that involve exposure to toxic hexavalent chromium compounds. According to OSHA, hexavalent chromium is used in a variety of ways, including: the production of stainless steel, textile dyes, wood preservation, leather tanning, and as anti-corrosion and conversion coatings. Hexavalent chromium compounds can exist in several forms. These compounds can also be formed during "hot work" activities such as welding on stainless steel or melting chromium metal. This course identifies common sources of hexavalent chromium and different methods for individuals to protect themselves from exposure. (Course ID: HXCR-SA, 12 min.)

  • *New Course* Hand Safety & Injury Prevention For Oilfield Industries

    When working with hazardous equipment, tools or chemicals, hand injuries are a constant threat. And, it takes only one accident to leave a valued worker on the sidelines, facing a lifetime of pain and regret. This course focuses on how to maintain safety while performing oilfield jobs ranging from using hand and power tools, to crane rigging and working with specialized equipment such as tongs.(Course ID: HNDO-MM, 24 min.)

  • Housekeeping - Step Back for Safety

    Housekeeping may seem like a way to build pride in the workplace, or make your surroundings a little more pleasant, but it's also an essential safety procedure. This program, created by Moxie Media, shows not only how good housekeeping is performed, but why it is essential. Housekeeping is not a task best left to a cleanup crew. It is an essential component of every job, and part of making safety your top priority. (Course ID: House-MM, 9 min.)

  • *New Course* Incident Reporting & Investigation For Oilfield Industry Supervisor

    It provides training to the company investigator on the full range of duties, including building cooperation with the crew, analyzing data to determine root causes, recommending modifications to safety systems or operating procedures, and following reporting guidelines to ensure regulatory compliance. (Course ID: IRS-MM, 18 min.)

  • Job Safety Analysis (JSA) - Step Back for Safety - Moxie Media

    Why wait for an accident to occur before thinking about how to keep your people safe? A Job Safety Analysis is a systematic way to plan for safety by breaking down a job into steps, identifying the hazards of each step, and planning procedures to eliminate or reduce those hazards. This program, created by Moxie Media, guides workers through this three-step process while giving them new ways to think about each step. (Course ID: JSA-MM, 11 min.)

  • Job Safety Analysis (JSA) - Step Back for Safety - Safety Advantage

    This course was designed by Safety Advantage to cover the procedure for completing a Job Safety Analysis (JSA). (Course ID: JSA-SA, 24 min.)

  • Last Minute Risk Assessment

    This course was developed by Safety Advantage to explain the significance of performing a last minute risk assessment (LMRA) before starting work duties on a job site. Last minute risk assessments are crucial to the safety of a work site. Many on-site accidents can be prevented if workers take a short amount of time to look around the site and identify any potential hazards or unsafe work behaviors. (Course ID: RiskA-SA, 14 min.)

  • *New Course* Lifeboat Operation and Survival Practices

    Enclosed lifeboats are the primary means of escape on most offshore platforms, rigs and vessels. These survival crafts are capable of safely transporting persons through fire, toxic gases and high seas. Only with instruction on proper methods of loading, releasing, handling and maintaining life support systems can these complex survival crafts prove effective at saving lives. (Course ID: LBO-MM, 25 min.)

  • Lockout/Tagout, Energy Control – Step Back for Safety

    You've powered down the machine. Now you're ready to service it. Or are you? This program, created by Moxie Media, focuses on the basics of Lockout/Tagout, as well as on some of the complications workers are likely to encounter, such as when and how to use multiple locks, why and how to use tags without locks in certain cases, and how to maintain Lockout/Tagout during a shift change. (Course ID: LOTO-MM, 10 min.)

  • *New Course* Life Raft Operation and Survival Practices

    Next to lifeboats, the life raft can be your second best choice of escape in a marine disaster. However, if you are unfamiliar with the different methods of boarding, launching and maintaining with both davit and throw-over launched life rafts, they won't do you any good in an emergency. (Course ID: LRO-MM, 30 min.)

  • *New Course* Marine Debris Awareness & Prevention

    Marine Debris poses a serious, often fatal, hazard for fish, birds, marine mammals, sea turtles and other animals. It also may cause costly delays and repairs for commercial shipping or boating interests, and it detracts from the pleasure of both the ocean and beach environment. As required by the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) NTL No. 2012-G01, all offshore personnel must receive annual training on marine debris awareness and prevention. (Course ID: MD-MM, 23 min.)

  • *New Course* Man Overboard!

    A major concern of maritime operations is recovering personnel who have fallen overboard and safely transferring them from the water to the deck of a boat or hatch of a lifeboat. Several new recovery systems are demonstrated along with vessel approach techniques such as the Anderson, Williamson and Race Track Turn methods. Procedures for marking the location of personnel in the water with a flare or life ring are discussed along with alternative rescue methods such as using a personnel basket, or sending a man in the water. (Course ID: MO-MM, 31 min.)

  • *New Course* MRSA, Staph & Infection Prevention for the Oil & Gas Industries

    This dynamic program focuses on preventive techniques for avoiding MRSA & Staph outbreaks and also teaches crews how to recognize the signs of serious infections. It was developed with leading experts in the medical field and intended specifically for oil and gas personnel. It also teaches crew members how to recognize the signs of serious infections before they become life-threatening and respond to both individual cases and outbreaks. (Course ID: MRSA-MM, 27 min.)

  • Near Miss

    Safety Advantage created this course to explain the seriousness of near miss incidents and the importance of recognizing near misses in order to correct unsafe work practices and prevent injury from occurring in the future. OSHA defines a near miss as an incident “where no property was damaged and no personal injury sustained, but where, given a slight shift in time or position, damage and/or injury easily could have occurred.” The purpose of the Near Miss course is to explain the importance of the S.T.A.R.T. program (Safe Today and Return Tomorrow). Identifying and reporting a near miss incident is the first step in a proactive safety management system. Covered topics include proper reporting guidelines, investigation protocol, and follow-up procedures. (Course ID: NM-SA, 12min.)

  • *New Course* NORM Awareness & Safety for the Oilfield Industries

    This pioneering, comprehensive training provides all the training most oilfield crews need about Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material or NORM. Crews will learn how radioactivity works and why it is dangerous, including potential serious health effects and will become familiar with where NORM is likely to be found in oilfield operations, as well as how to recognize or detect it. (Course ID: NORM-MM, 19 min.)

  • Observer Training

    Safety Advantage created this course to focus on the importance of observation and offer a variety of techniques for performing effective safety observations. Proper observation tactics provide workers with some of the most important safety tools. Being an effective safety observer gives individuals the opportunity to communicate important safety information. This includes intervening when unsafe actions occur, providing written feedback, performing an anonymous work site check, and identifying "safe" and "at-risk" situations at the work site. (Course ID: OBV-SA, 21 min.)

  • Office Safety - Step Back for Safety

    When the topic of workplace safety comes up, many office employees probably imagine scenes from hazardous professions - construction sites, oil rigs, etc. But serious accidents can - and do - occur in the seemingly safe confines of an office. From broken bones to fire hazards, this program, created by Moxie Media, will explore the potential dangers in an office environment, and get your employees thinking "Safety First." (Course ID: Office-MM, 13 min.)

  • *New Course* Oilfield Forklift Operations

    In the oilfield, forklift accidents can be especially severe, due to oversized or awkward loads and severe operating conditions. This program focuses on the best practices for common oilfield jobs, such as lifting and moving drill pipe and pallets of chemicals or mud. It also includes segments on safe fueling operations and correct procedures for avoiding or minimizing injury in case of an accident. (Course ID: OFO-MM, 25 min.)

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - Step Back for Safety

    This program, created by Moxie Media, provides awareness-level training on all types of PPE including specialized equipment, such as respiratory protection, personal flotation devices, and protective equipment for hot work and welding. From hardhats, to safety boots, to work gloves and hearing protection, let us show your workers the importance of PPE and how to use it correctly! (Course ID: PPE-MM, 12 min.)

  • Respiratory Protection - Step Back for Safety

    Breathing air without high levels of toxin, but with essential levels of oxygen is necessary to human life. This program, created by Moxie Media, shows workers how to protect their health through respiratory protection. After reviewing respiratory hazards, the course demonstrates how proper ventilation and PPE ranging from simple dust masks, to air purifying or air supplying respirators can provide the protection workers need. (Course ID: Resp-MM, 25 min.)

  • Forklift Safety - Step Back for Safety

    Powered industrial trucks such as forklifts make many jobs easier, and workplaces around the world depend on them. However, they are also a common source of accidents and injuries. This program, created by Moxie Media, explains how to operate forklifts safely, and what all personnel can do to keep themselves safe when a forklift is in use. (Course ID: Fork-MM, 20 min.)

  • *New Course* Security Awareness for the Offshore Oil Industry

    This training presents the specific levels of training required for compliance with the USCG Maritime Security Regulations known as the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) and the International Maritime Organization's International Ship and Port Facility Code (ISPS). The training is consistent with the requirements in 33CFR 106.220 and 104.225 and the ISPS code for personnel working in offshore oil and gas industries. (Course ID: SAO-MM, 25 min.)

  • *New Course* Safe Food Handling in the Kitchen or Galley

    This course presents proper techniques for the safe preparations, cooking, and storage of food items in remote locations. The importance of food safety is stressed and students will learn what to look for when purchasing food products. The program also discusses preventing food-borne illnesses, storing leftovers, and properly sanitizing the work environment. (Course ID: SF-MM, 24 min.)

  • Short-Service Employee

    The Short-Service Employee course was created by Safety Advantage to identify the correct procedures for managing short service employees who have limited work experience with the company. A Short-Service Employee is an employee or sub-contractor employee with less than six months experience in the same job or with his or her present employer. Short-Service employees may be more prone to work site accidents because they are less familiar with the work environment. This course serves to prevent new hires and temporary workers from getting injuries or illnesses from the work site. (Course ID: SSE-SA, 12 min.)

  • *New Course* Safe Kitchen and Galley Safe Work Practices

    This training will help staff identify the potential dangers associated with working in the kitchen or galley. In this program, the increased risk for cuts, burns, and fires are discussed along with the potential for back injuries and broken bones. The importance of professional behavior, proper work practices, and good housekeeping are all stressed. (Course ID: SKG-MM, 24 min.)

  • Slips, Trips, and Falls - Step Back for Safety

    Slips, trips, and falls are the most common cause of workplace injury - and among the most preventable. Let us show your crew how to prevent injuries by removing trip and slip hazards, keeping walking surfaces in top condition, wearing the proper footwear, walking using the right technique, and never rushing. With a few extra precautions the injuries at your workplace will "fall" to a new low! This course was created by Moxie Media. (Course ID: STF-MM, 13 min.)

  • Stop Work Authority

    This course was designed by Safety Advantage to explain the procedure that individuals are to follow if they are required to cease the completion of a work task because the risks of that task are either unclear or misunderstood. Stop Work Authority identifies the authority, responsibilities, and personal obligation for each employee to stop work due to a safety concern without the threat of penalty, reprisal or intimidation. The program, management’s strong support must be clearly communicated to all employees during new hire orientations, specialized and ongoing training, employee and subcontractor presentations, safety and pre-work meetings. (Course ID: SWA-SA, 17 min.)

  • *New Course* Safe Rigging Practices and Procedures for the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry

    Improper rigging practices have led to the deaths and injuries of many individuals working within the oilfield industry. This is often due to support personnel such as riggers, roughnecks and deck hands not knowing the correct method of securing certain loads, overloading rigging components beyond their lifting capacities, and getting caught between unpredictable moving loads. (Course ID: SRP-MM, 26 min.)

  • Target Safety

    Daily work duties should always begin with a tailgate safety meeting. Developed by Safety Advantage, the topics discussed in these safety meetings are defined by the S.T.A.R.T.tm program, which includes daily safety awareness, safety training, and last minute risk assessments. These components are implemented into a program called Target Safety tm .This course focuses on creating a safe and secure work environment for employees by including target safety meetings with everyday work duties. The Target Safety training explains the importance of reading, completing, and adhering to the Target Safety form. (Course ID: Targ-SA, 19 min.)

  • *New Course* TWIC MTSA Training Version

    The Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) - Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) - Compliance Training Program has been designed to fulfill the United States Coast Guard’s MTSA Security Regulation Amendments and Requirements regarding TWIC Implementation and training as found in 33 CFR. TWIC is a federal program designed to enhance the security of ports, port facilities, and vessels. (Course ID: TWIC-MM, 23 min.)

  • *New Course* Water Entry & Survival Techniques

    Water entry should be your last possible avenue of escape in an abandonment situation. However, if you find yourself with no other openings this video can help you beat the odds against drowning or succumbing to severe cold water temperatures. (Course ID: WE-MM, 27 min.)

  • Working at Heights - Step Back for Safety

    There's no reason to leave your personnel up in the air, without the proper protection. This video shows workers safe procedures for work at heights, including the use of fall protection systems. But remember: most accidents involving working at heights occur during routine jobs. That's why this program, created by Moxie Media, also discusses the safe use of step and straight ladders, and even the stairs. (Course ID: Heights-MM, 13 min.)

  • *New Course* Safe Offshore Personnel Transfer: The X904

    The Billy Pugh Company developed the X-904 Personnel Transfer Device in an effort to improve safety and efficiency while reducing risk factors and striving for a zero accident rate. This course trains workers on the best practices required when conducting personnel transfers between offshore installations and vessels using the X-904 Transfer Device. (Course ID: X904-MM, 20 min.)



Oilfield Incident Reporting & Investigation


These courses are designed to train the whole team on how to use incidents to increase safety.

  • Incident Reporting & Investigation For Oilfield Industry Employees

    This course combats the silence and fear that can set in among the crew when an incident occurs. This program carries the powerful message that the point of investigation is not to determine who to terminate, but to identify the root causes and failures in safety systems that must be addressed to prevent future incidents. Course Length: 14 minutes

    Topics include:
    • Purposes of Incident Reporting and Investigation
    • The Incident Reporting Investigation Process
    • Employee Responsibilities

  • Incident Reporting & Investigation for Oilfield

    This course was designed to train the company investigator on the full range of duties, including building cooperation with the crew, analyzing data to determine root causes, recommending modifications to safety systems or operating procedures, and following reporting guidelines to ensure regulatory compliance. Course Length: 18 minutes.

    Topics include:
    • Before the Investigation
    • Securing the Scene & Gathering Data
    • Successful Interviewing
    • Analyzing the Data & Reporting
    • Regulatory Compliance



Pipeline Safety Orientation (PSO)


The PSO courses present training to satisfy requirements of the Review and Verification Services (RAVS). The library includes 40 awareness level HSE topics, divided into six sections, available in English and Spanish. To learn more click here.

  • Section 1

    Introduction to safe work policies
    Electrical safety
    Lockout/tagout awareness
    Preventing back injuries
    Personal protective equipment
    Disciplinary Program

  • Section 2

    Working with powered machines and equipment
    Fire safety begins with you
    Emergency evacuation
    Your right to know about chemicals in the workplace
    Reporting injuries, location of first aid kits and precautions against bloodborne pathogens

  • Section 3

    Welding and cutting
    Confined spaces
    Rules for using the tools
    Excavation safety
    Check it out before you start work
    Scaffold safety
    Ladder safety

  • Section 4

    Driving safety
    Cranes and material handling
    Working on, over and near water
    Barricades and signs
    Process safety management
    Ergonomics
    Railroad safety

  • Section 5

    H2S awareness
    Benzene awareness
    Carcinogens
    Lead awareness
    Asbestos awareness
    Crossing fences
    Poison ivy, oak and sumac
    Snakes, ticks and animals
    Access to employee medical/exposure records
    Abrasive blasting

  • Section 6

    Working alone
    Fit for duty
    Fatigue management
    Cold stress
    Heat illness prevention
    Sanitation



Rig Pass®


Through engaging interactive media, new employees are able to experience the real life sights, sounds and working scenarios of oilfield life. This 10-program series is designed to meet and exceed the curriculum requirements necessary for IADC Rig Pass®, SafeGulf and SafeLand standardized orientation training program accreditation. This series is created and maintained by Moxie Media.

  • Trenching & Excavating, Pits & Ponds

    This program provides training in working responsibly and safely in and around trenches and excavations. At the end of this program, students will be able to recognize the hazards of trenching and excavating operations in the oilfield and use the correct safety procedures to prevent injuries and incidents. (Course ID: RP10-MM, 25 min.)