Members of the Texas Mutual oil and gas safety roundtable offer these free training resources to help employers keep their employees safe on the job. We will update this page as more resources become available, so visit us often.
New guide helps oil and gas industry manage worker fatigue
The guide focuses on managing fatigue related to fly in/fly out operations. It offers recommendations on deploying a fatigue risk management system, developing a travel plan and alertness strategy, and providing appropriate accommodations…MORE
Article examines top OSHA violations for oil and gas industry
The article explains common violations of each standard and provides tips for protecting workers and avoiding fines…MORE
Railroad safety procedures
The one-pager explains safety procedures for working on and around rail tank cars
and associated equipment at the scene of a crude oil rail incident.
Don’t get unclipped
This NIOSH video features oil and gas extraction workers talking about their use of fall protection and sharing their personal stories about why fall protection should always be worn when working at height.
Inspect your rig
Download this OSHA inspection checklist for drilling and well-servicing operations.
Get training resources
This presentation provides links to oil and gas safety information through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, American Petroleum Institute, South Texas Exploration and Production Safety Network and other oil and gas entities.
Conduct a job hazard analysis
This presentation shows you how to conduct a job hazard analysis (JHA). A JHA is a technique for identifying and reducing the risks associated with a task.
Identify land-based hazards
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration created this interactive tool to help employers identify and eliminate land-based oil and gas operation hazards.
Empower your employees
Employees are more likely to embrace the safety program when they have a stake in it. This wallet-size card reminds your employees that they have the authority to stop any operation that they feel is unsafe.
Why should you wear your seat belt?
Nearly 65 percent of people killed in rollover accidents were not wearing their seat belt. This short video shows the tragic consequences of not buckling up.
Control struck-by incidents
This article discusses ways to control struck-by incidents, the most common causes of workplace fatalities in the oil and gas industry.
Preserve accident scenes
Marianne McGee of OSHA explains the basics of preserving an accident scene.
Get more safety training materials
Texas Mutual policyholders can visit the safety resource center for free online videos, Toolbox Talks and other free information about workplace safety.