What Companies Require SafeLand Training?
There are a handful of companies that require SafeLand training of their associated contractors. A few of these include Anadarko, BHP, Halcon, and Marathon.
Who Is Required to Have SafeLand Training?
The contractors that work on the job site of the companies mentioned above in the oil and gas industry.
How Long Is The SafeLand Course?
The SafeLand training course can usually be completed in one day by individuals and groups up to 25.
Can I Schedule On-Site SafeLand Training For My Employees?
Yes. Blakeman & Associates typically conducts on-site training in English or Spanish around the country.
Is SafeLand Training Required Annually?
Currently the SafeLand training is a one-time requirement unless your customer requires an annual renewal. If you have previously completed your SafeLand training while employed at a different company, you may be able to have your card reissued under a new employer’s name.
Will I Receive a Certificate of Completion After Taking the Course?
Yes. Blakeman provides certificates to students immediately following completion of the course and PEC will mail a permanent copy of the photo ID shortly after.
Is There a Difference Between PEC Premier, the IADC, and the ETC?
Blakeman believes that PEC Premier maintains a higher level of quality control and is the most widely recognized agency among the three in the oil and gas industry.
How Much Does Blakeman’s SafeLand Training Cost?
Visit our SafeLand Training page to learn more about the specifics of our on-site training, class schedule, cost, inclusions, and more.