Petroleum Safety Training

Petroleum Safety Training (PST) is an introductory course for all employees working in the petroleum industry. The course provides a general introduction and overview of oilfield health and safety hazards and how to control them so that work can be completed safely. It discusses the legal framework that employers must follow and focuses on workers’ and employers’ responsibilities with respect to health and safety at work. PST is an interactive multi-media program with video, audio, and interactive lessons.

The Petroleum Safety Training course is designed for new hires to the petroleum industry or experienced workers, supervisors and managers who would like a refresher on oilfield safety.

Topics include:

  • Petroleum Industry Processes Overview
  • Rights and Responsibilities
  • Hazard Recognition,
  • Assessment and Control
  • Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing
  • Education, Training and Competency
  • Safety Communication
  • Emergency response Planning and Incident Reporting
  • Special Topics in the Petroleum Industry
  • Personal Well-Being

Upon successful completion of this course, a registrant can print a program completion report. A permanent certificate will be mailed to the address provided on the student profile within two weeks. Certificates of Completion do not expire.

This course is available on the Energy Safety Canada (previously Enform) website.