Oil & Gas

Osha Safety Training & Audit.

The oil and Gas industry has inherent hazards and risks given the nature of the chemicals they use, the processing of chemicals, the Use of highly energized equipment, and working at heights and in confined spaces.

Industry Requirements

Oil & Gas Safety Training & Audits

Oil & Gas, including chemicals, are an integral part of human life and are needed daily. Chemicals need to be handled with care and demand respect. Chemicals need proper handling, storage, and processing to prevent incidents, leaks, spills, and releases leading to unwanted exposure to personnel, Fire, and explosions, Occupational hazards in the facilities like Falls, trips, minor injuries, and dangers of working in confined spaces with either asphyxiation or chemical exposures.

AGGIE SAFETY with its expert professionals with industry experience and unique programs can help you achieve compliance and a safe work culture at your facilities. Learn More..

Note: OSHA has specific regulations for Oil & Gas safety in the workplace, and employers are required to provide Oil & Gas safety training to their employees. It’s important to note that OSHA does not certify trainers, but it does approve training programs and courses that are taught by OSHA-authorized trainers.

Safety Program Set Up

Comprehensive Facility Safety Program Services

Aggie Safety can set up Safety programs for a facility or validate existing facility programs to check for adequacy. Provide support on PSM elements like Management of Change (MOC), Pre-Start reviews   (PSSRs), Mechanical Integrity, Process Hazards Analysis, Compliance Audits, Employee Participation, Contractor Safety, Training, Hot work,  Operating Procedures, Process Safety Information, Incident Investigation, Emergency Action & Response Plan, Risk Management Plan (RMP).

Safety Programs

Key Industry Hazards Demanding Robust Safety Programs

Some of the major hazards in these kind of industries which require strong safety programs are:

  • Fire & explosions due not mishandling and of flammable gases and liquids
  • Mishandling of toxic materials like Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) which require proper ventilation monitoring and proper PPE
  • Confined spaces involve working in equipments like tanks, vessels & pipelines which can expose personnel to chemicals or air/oxygen deficient atmosphere leading to asphyxiation
  • High pressure operations: High pressure equipment processing always have risks of release of pressurized substances.
  • Operation of heavy machinery always have inherent risk of injuries for workers using them when these equipment are not handled properly
  • Noise exposure is always an issue present in plants, processing facilities
  • Working on elevations have inherent risk of falls and injuries