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OUR COURSES

Beyond Development is dedicated to providing a wide array of safety courses for the oil and gas industry. We can also build custom courses based on your standard operating procedures (SOP, work instructions, etc.) or guidelines (SOG). Furthermore, we can help you identify and design curriculum that assures competency. We have multimedia capabilities to deliver outstanding custom content for any training application. We are capable of teaching these classes in person or online using a live instructor (webcam required). You can find our list of courses below:

HYDROGEN SULFIDE (H2S)

Basic Awareness level of Hydrogen Sulfide.  This short awareness level course covers hazards, basic hazard controls, and identifying needs for further training.

Complete training that meets the needs and standards as set by the ANSI/ASSE Z390.1 – 2017

Accepted Practices for Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Training Programs.  For more information, the standard can be purchased here: CLICK HERE 
Hands-on techniques and practice for rescuing H2S victims.  Class involves donning and doffing SAR respirators, inspection of PPE, and emergency first aid specific to H2S poisoning.
Prerequisite: H2S ANSI z390.1-2017 Training)
This course satisfies the standards as set by the ANSI/ASSE Z390.1 – 2017
Accepted Practices for Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Training Programs.  This course is part of the PEC Safety training system.  For more information: CLICK HERE

HAZMAT

Basic Awareness level of Hazardous Materials.  This short awareness level course covers hazards, basic hazard controls, and identifying needs for further training.

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response training.  This training is broken out depending on the levels of exposure in Treatment, Disposal and Storage Facilities. (TSD).  This course meets the standards as defined in 1910.120(a)(1) and 1926.65(a)(1).  Check out OSHA’s page for more FAQ’s.

FALL PROTECTION

Basic Awareness level of Working at Heights.  This short awareness level course covers hazards, basic hazard controls, and identifying needs for further training.

Competent level fall protection training per the standards set forth in 1926.503(a) and various other standards including 1910.23, 1910.25, 1910.26, 1910.27, and 1910.140.  For more information, check out OSHA’s