IADC Rig Pass

  • This course is IADC accredited and is the initial safety awareness that any person needs to have before entering a rig location
  • Provides a basic understanding of how rigs operate, and focuses on all safety aspects (in general) that a new hire needs to consider. Some of the safety topics are Housekeeping, incident reporting, smoking policy, PPE awareness, Permit to Work System, fall protection, LO-TO System, confined space awareness, fire awareness, rig alarms, muster points, etc. Second day is dedicated for Rigger training.
  • Goals: To acquire the necessary safety awareness for new hires, especially those non-experienced.



Fire Prevention and Control
  • Designed to develop Fire Teams among rig personnel/crews.
  • Team Leaders learn different leadership and communications skills while working within an Incident Command System as well as methods to motivate and deliver different training techniques.
  • Team Members learn the different principles of fire fighting as well as associated equipment and handling procedures for handling the equipment.
  • Goals:

- The brigade members should be able to initiate proper firefighting techniques and procedures, as well as setting up Incident Command Systems.
- Provide participants with theoretical, practical knowledge and skills to operate effectively in an emergency.




First Aid Training


  • Core program designed to prepare individuals to respond and provide basic care to sick or injured people.
  • Training includes instructions of CPR, bleeding control and shock management. Supplemental programs in blood-borne pathogens, Emergency Oxygen for the Workplace.
  • Goals: To acquire the necessary ability to effectively administer aid to a person with airway, breathing or circulatory problem.




H2S Training


  • Focuses on characteristics, levels of concentration and threat levels of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S). Also includes SCBA training in which the worker practices donning an air pack as quickly as possible.
  • Focuses on characteristics, levels of concentration and threat levels of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S). Also includes SCBA training in which the worker practices donning an air pack as quickly as possible.
  • Goals:


- Provide the student with a high level of awareness related to H2S.

- Student will be able to don an SCBA either for rescue or for escape.




Defensive Driving


  • Designed for all personnel driving company vehicles, and helps any other workers that wish to improve their driving skills.
  • Course utilizes videos and practical exercises; at the end, driver needs to demonstrate driving skills by performing a commentary driving; then some feedback from the instructor helps the participants to improve their abilities for defensive driving.
  • Goals: 


- Worker will recognize the needs and benefits of defensive driving, by identifying risks and unsafe conditions in the vehicle and on the road.


  • Worker shall demonstrate skill performance during commentary driving.


Environmental Safety Compliance

  • Based on local regulations for oil industry
  • Environmental Statistics
  • Environmental Drills
  • Waste Management
  • Environmental Training and Research
  • Environmental Rig and Camp Inspection
  • Reporting
  • Environmental Risk Matrix

Confined Space

  • This course mitigates hazards that are encountered when entering a confined space. Duties for the entrant, the attendant, the entry supervisor and the rescue team are clearly defined. Permit to work and LO-TO system is stressed as well.
  • Workers perform a confined space entry practice followed by a non-entry rescue.
  • Goals: To acquire the necessary ability to conduct confined space entries safe.



DROPS (Derrick Dropped Object Prevention)

  • Teaches rig personnel to visually recognize potential hazards that might result in dropped objects. DROPS are one of the leading causes of fatalities within the oil industry and this session provides tools to prevent serious injuries or fatalities.
  • Goals:
    - dentify the potential hazards and their injury capabilities.
    - Evaluate DROPS incidents within the oil industry.
    - Identify procedures and policies to ensure DROPS prevention.


Incident Investigation

  • Gives workers basic skills for gathering evidence after an incident with the intent of preventing reoccurrence
  • Goals
    - Provide investigation techniques to include interviewing, photography, scene assessment and control, data collection (documentation).
    - Develop reports that are legible, comprehensive and high quality. Implement all recommendations according to the HSEQ IMS.

Work at Height

  • Working at Height Training Course is designed to give workers an appropriate knowledge of the risks surrounding working at height, an overview of the work at height equipment that can be used and information on how to undergo a risk assessment.
  • According Colombian Law