Presentation on theme: ". Goals I. Develop standardized training that builds upon the SafeLandUSA orientation program by convening a forum for industry and education partners."— Presentation transcript:
. Goals I. Develop standardized training that builds upon the SafeLandUSA orientation program by convening a forum for industry and education partners to share in the development of the proposed Oil and Gas OSHA Outreach Program. II. Partner education with industry to assess hazards by job tasks across all E&P business units. III. Develop measurable learning objectives that are relevant to industry in maintaining a safe work environment. IV. Be a resource for industry personnel by providing guidance in safety and health standards. V. Prepare qualified instructors to include expectations of continuing education and ongoing assessment of their capacity to effectively teach safe workplace practices. Leadership Jim Thatcher, EnCana Ben Borcher, Marathon Grant Dawson, Haliburton Kenny Jordan, Executive Director Association of Energy Service Companies Joyce Ryle, Complete Production Rick Ingram, SGE Chairman, National STEPS Network, BP North America Gas Invited: Paul Breaux, IADC Brenda Kelly, IADC Staff: Joan W. Smith, RMEC, Red Rocks Community College Dale Robinson, HR Safety Consulting Action Plan Develop levels of education and training to achieve worker proficiency I. SafeLandUSA Orientation II. Oil and Gas Standards course for field personnel and site supervisors III. Management/Leadership course for those with responsibilities for worksite safety compliance and reporting Each level of education and training will offer coursework to prepare competent workers based on the hazards that exists in the primary Oil and Gas E & P Job Families: Surface Preparation Drilling Production Servicing Pursue the development of a chapter of the National STEPS program for the Rocky Mountain Region NEXT Meeting November 3, 2011, Denver, Colorado
Webinar Agenda September 28, :00 – 1:30 Draft outline of the training plan detailing the three levels of competent worker training that will be developed Definition of OSHA Outreach Program The OSHA Outreach Training Program provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces. The program also provides information workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. This is a voluntary program and does not meet training requirements for any OSHA standards. Through this program, workers can attend *10-hour or *30-hour classes delivered by OSHA-authorized trainers. The 10-hour class is intended for entry level workers, while the 30-hour class is more appropriate for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility. Through this training, OSHA helps to ensure that workers are more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights, and contribute to our nation's productivity. *Current courses duration. Courses will be based on competencies first aligned with tasks and associated hazards. Meeting hours are subordinate to time required to adequately prepare proficient workers Re Affirm consensus in the development of an Outreach Program specific to the oil and gas industry.
Webinar Agenda September 28, :00 – 1:30 Draft outline of the training plan detailing the three levels of competent worker training that will be developed I. SafeLandUSA Orientation II. Oil and Gas Standards course for field personnel and site supervisors III. Management/Leadership course for those with responsibilities for worksite safety compliance and reporting Each level of training should offer coursework to prepare competent workers based on the hazards that exists in the primary Oil and Gas E & P Job Families: Site Preparation Drilling Production Servicing 1:30 – 1:45 Transportation modules will need to be developed for each level of training addressing the transportation hazards by job family. Updated Tasks and hazards – Jane Pennell, QEP Resources, are posted to the WIKI under the webinar link 1:45 – 2:30- Beginning with the Level 1 Field Operator Training, the Task Analysis will be revised with a focus on aligning OSHA standards with the job tasks and associated hazards encountered by the field operator working in Drilling, Production, or Servicing. Task Analysis ‘Working grid posted to the WIKI under the webinar link Activity Plan – Step 1. Complete Task Analysis for Field Operator sorted by Job Family
. Webinar September 28, :30 – 3:30 The discussion on trainer qualifications will need to include definitions of work and education experience based on the level of training offered. Trainer pre-requisites will be defined to ensure that the trainers are prepared to provide competency level worker Survey link and results to date https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8H8L6ZT Survey Summary to date 9/27/2011 posted to the Sept 28 Wiki page --
. Webinar September 28, 2011 Jim Thatcher - Encana Oil & Gas /Jim Thatcher - Encana Oil & Gas / Accepted Kenny Jordan - AESC /Kenny Jordan - AESC / Accepted Brenda Kelly - IADC / Bill Knight - Pioneer Natural Resources /Bill Knight - Pioneer Natural Resources / Accepted Terry Maxwell - Noble Energy / Grant Dawson - Halliburton /Grant Dawson - Halliburton / Accepted Rick Ingram - BP America - STEPS /Rick Ingram - BP America - STEPS / Accepted Tim Brown - Missouri Basin Well Services, Inc. / Paul Breaux - IADC / Joyce Ryel / Complete production Services /Joyce Ryel / Complete production Services / Accepted Ben Borcher/ Marathon Oil / Accepted Staffing – Joan Smith, Dale Robinson 3:30 – 4:00 Creation of the Rocky Mountain STEP (Safety in Transportation, Energy and Petroleum). A steering committee is being formed with the first meeting to kick off RM STEP being planned in Houston in early November Leadership Team Invited Members – Listed Who is missing? Anticipate 1-2 year terms to rotate membership