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Oil and Gas Safety

Safety training and education can help advance your career in the oil and gas industry within Saskatchewan, Canada and around the world. All courses meet current standards and certifications requested by the oil and gas industry.

For more information about these courses, contact Gord Vaxvick (306) 659-4101 or Gerry Rupchan (306) 775-7486


Oil and Gas Safety Week (SFTY 1412)

This five-day course includes H2S Alive, Confined Space Entry and Rescue Level I and II, TDG, OSSA Fall Arrest and Ground Disturbance. Register for this course and save $95 over individual course fees.

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Confined Space Entry and Rescue Level I and II (SFTY 1413)

This Cansafe Safety certified course prepares candidates to work safely in confined spaces and is ideal for workers, supervisors and safety personnel. Topics include: hazards of confined spaces, preparing for entry, working in confined spaces and post-entry debriefing.

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Ground Disturbance (SFTY 1403)

This is a Global certified course based on the Pipeline Act and Regulations. Students learn the basic legal requirements and expectations through all major aspects of the ground disturbance process. Pre-job preparation, search methods for underground facilities, notification requirements, locating and hand exposure, permitting, crossing agreements, hand exposure requirements, backfill inspections and reporting requirements.

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H2S Alive (SFTY 1400)

This is an ENFORM certified course designed to teach students about the dangers of Hydrogen Sulfide gas and how to anticipate problems before encountering this gas. They learn how to wear Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and how to operate gas detection equipment.

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OSSA Fall Arrest (SFTY 1408)

This is an OSSA certified course designed to help the worker identify and protect themselves from the Hazards of falling. The objectives of this course include: legislation requirements, fall protection control levels, full body harnesses, connecting components, fall distance calculations and specialized fall arrest systems.

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Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TRAN 1800)

You will learn about legislation and regulations governing the transportation of dangerous goods including information on classification, safety masks, documentation, safe handling, incident reporting and emergency response.

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SIAST is Saskatchewan's primary public institution for post-secondary technical education and skills training. A member of Polytechnics Canada, SIAST's programs range from certificates to degrees. The institution serves 26,000 distinct students through campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon, and through extensive distance education opportunities.

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