In addition to the drug testing services and medical services that we offer, we also offer several safety courses with in house instructors. Our certified instructors help to ensure that your company is in compliance with DOT and industry safety requirements. Classes are offered in both English and Spanish. Check out what we have to offer below.
Classes are scheduled throughout the week and we can typically schedule a class any day out of the week. Check out the list of classes that we offer below as well as pricing.
$185 PEC Safeland
$145 PEC Safeland Renewal (Must have completed PEC Safeland at least 2 years prior)
$65 H2S Training
$125 Medic First Aid/CPR
$125 Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion
$65 Bloodborne Pathogens
Medic First Aid/CPR
The Medic First Aid BasicPlus CPR, AED for adults provides a comprehensive course that trains employees on how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work.
H2S, or hydrogen sulfide, is a gas commonly found during the drilling and production of crude oil and natural gas. H2S is toxic and early detection of H2S could mean the difference between life and death. This course provides information about the hazards of H2S and ways to prevent and respond to exposure. The course is essential to oil and gas workers that could be exposed to H2S during the course of their work activities.
Bloodborne pathogens training is a course that will prepare workers that might be exposed to blooborne pathogens at the workplace on how to safeguard themselves from possible infection. The course is designed to meet OSHA regulations.
PEC Safeland Basic Orientation is a comprehensive one day instructor-led course that provides a basic understanding of general safety information and meets API RP 75 & API RP T-1 requirements. Basic Orientation is accredited by SafelandUSA and SafeGulf.
$145 Renewal (Must have completed PEC Safeland at
least 2 years prior)
Our Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training better prepares work supervisors on what signs and symptoms to look for that might be indicative of drug or alcohol abuse, what to do if you feel a reasonable suspicion drug or alcohol test is necessary, how to properly document the situation, and how to handle any confidentiality concerns. Reasonable Suspicion Training is required of all supervisors overseeing DOT employees.