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Basic Life Support for Healthcare providers (BLS) skills testing is offered in collaboration with American Heart Association, for healthcare professionals seeking an initial or renewal BLS for Healthcare Providers course completion card. This is a hands-on skills practice and testing session with an AHA BLS instructor. Students must present proof of completion of the online learning module at time of skills testing. The web-based lessons can be found here: http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/General/Basic-Life-Support-Online-Training-Courses_UCM_455533_Article.jsp#.ViVnWX6rSUk Call for more information or to register, 701-572-2835

Start Date: upon registration

Days of Week: Self-Paced

Location : Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW Location : 
  Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW.

Room :  Not Assigned

Tuition: $40.00

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This course provides a basic understanding of general safety information an employee should know before entering a facility and while performing work duties. The majority of the leading oil and gas operators accept this orientation as it meets their requirements. Upon successful completion of the course, each student is issued a picture ID with a unique barcode. *Includes H2S Awareness/Respiratory Protection.    

Start date: 06/26/17

End date: 06/26/17

Weekly - Mon 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM (6/26/2017-6/26/2017)

Days of the Week : Weekly - Mon .

Location : Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW Location : 
  Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW.

Room :  Not Assigned

Tuition: $295.00

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A Statoil site safety orientation must be attended by each contractor and subcontractor employee that will be involved in safety sensitive work at a Statoil location. Orientation helps contractors and subcontractors become familiar with Statoil HSE policies, expectations, and worksite rules. Contractor employees may be asked for proof of orientation by the onsite Statoil supervisor. $50 pp - Must pre-register with payment.    

Start date: 06/26/17

End date: 06/26/17

Weekly - Mon 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM (6/26/2017-6/26/2017)

Days of the Week : Weekly - Mon .

Location : Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW Location : 
  Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW.

Room :  Not Assigned

Tuition: $50.00

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Standard registration = $129 pp.  Register by June 9th to receive Early Bird registration = $89 pp.  Your discounted registration will be applied at the time of check-out. Registration fees are non-refundable.  Transfers will be honored. To bring industry, public emergency response officials, and interested parties together to share ideas and plans for dealing with potentially disastrous event and how to prepare for them. This event has been approved by Williston State College for 1 CEU credit, the ND POST Board for 8 hours of POST credits, and Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) for 2 hours of Incident Management CEU credits.  Montana law enforcement officers will be able to apply for credit through the MT POST Board as well.   Agenda 7:30a– Registration 8a-Opening Michael Hampton, University of Utah 8:15a – 9:10a Responding to Rail Incidents – Fire Chief Tim McLean, Casselton Fire Department Tim’s presentation speaks to how his team responded to and steps that were taken during the BNSF Railway train derailment and, subsequently, the release of hazardous materials that occurred in 2013 in Casselton ND. 9:15a – 10:10a Railroad Hazmat Incidents: What to Expect Paul Hester, BNSF Railway Paul’s presentation will establish the best ways to communicate with the railroad and what to expect as it relates to a hazmat response 10:15a-11:10a Medical Preparedness for Disaster Response Dr. Matthew Hughes, University of Utah This session will provide best practices on medical aspects of preparation for disaster response teams, communities, and at home. Examples from corporate emergency response teams will be presented. Participants are encouraged to bring best practices for sharing. 11:15a-12:10p Hazardous Material Response with Fire, Then & Now Fire Chief Jason Catrambone and Lieutenant Johnny Hoskins, Williston Fire Department This class will discuss the capabilities of the region when dealing with a Hazardous Materials response. It will go into the response, preparedness, lessons learned, and what has been done since the Red River fire. Discussion on the limitations of the department at that time, capabilities now and use of the NW Regional Response Team, as well as use of the National Guard CST Team. 12:15p-1p – Lunch Provided 1p-1:55p Realistic Expectations for Rescue Teams Steve Dacus, Casper Safety Confined Space Rescue Teams are not created equal. With the availability of a wide variety of rescue teams throughout North Dakota, there are assumptions being made regarding their skill level and proficiency. This course will cover the standard knowledge and expectations that every rescue team must possess to effectively extricate any victim out of any type of space, and the tools needed to evaluate a team for those who hire them. Many rescue teams play the odds that they won’t be called on to perform a challenging rescue in hazardous conditions; therefore, many rescue teams are not be able to perform when the time comes. With your employees’ health and safety on the line, learn what you need to ensure you have a team that can perform at the highest level. 2p-2:55p OSHA and Emergency Response Michael Hampton, University of Utah Most emergency management professionals do not think of OSHA when they contemplate their readiness plans. In fact, many professionals aren’t even aware that OSHA jurisdictional reach covers fire fighters, law enforcement and public service workers along with private industry. OSHA has specific requirements for plans, preparation and training when it comes to emergency planning and response. During this presentation, we will explore the various regulatory requirements that must be considered when developing and deploying emergency management plans whether it be in the private or public sector. Specific topics like Emergency Action and Fire Prevention plans along with Hazwoper will be explored and summarized enabling the participant to leave with a better understanding of their legal obligations when planning for emergencies. 3p-5p Well Control Incident Management, Emergency and Hazmat Response Training for Well Blowout Disasters Ahmed Fakhri, Wild Well Control • Causes of Rig Site Emergencies & Well Control Situations • Current Response Trends in Well Site Operations (drilling, fracing, snubbing, wireline) • Applications of Unified Command in well control emergencies • Well Site Incident Management Strategies & Tactics • Environmental Concerns & Hazmat Response • Communication, Leadership & Teamwork • On-Scene Tactical Management & Well Control Support Activities • Well Control & Firefighting Techniques & Equipment • Options for Well Control Mitigation (Capping, Stinging, Freezing, & Relief Wells) • Local First Responder Integration, Rig Search, Rescue & Peripheral Scene Stabilization 5p-Closing remarks Michael Hampton, University of Utah  

Start date: 06/27/17

End date: 06/27/17

Weekly - Tue 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (6/27/2017-6/27/2017)

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue .

Location : Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW Location : 
  Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW.

Room :  123

Tuition: $129.00

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This course teaches students to take action in a medical emergency and prepares them to respond to choking, breathing and cardiac emergencies. Participants will learn how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) in conjunction with CPR. First Aid is taught using a combination of instructor-led lecture, “watch-then-practice” videos, and hands-on training. Topics such as bleeding, burns, poisoning and sudden illness are covered. Upon completion, students will receive an Adult 2-year CPR/AED/First Aid certification. Note, this course is not intended for daycare providers, please see PediatricPlus class.    This course is part of the Safety & Health Certificate.  

Start date: 06/27/17

End date: 06/27/17

Weekly - Tue 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (6/27/2017-6/27/2017)

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue .

Location : Petroleum Safety and Technology Center Location : 
  Petroleum Safety and Technology Center.

Room :  Not Assigned

Tuition: $110.00

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A Statoil site safety orientation must be attended by each contractor and subcontractor employee that will be involved in safety sensitive work at a Statoil location. Orientation helps contractors and subcontractors become familiar with Statoil HSE policies, expectations, and worksite rules. Contractor employees may be asked for proof of orientation by the onsite Statoil supervisor. $50 pp - Must pre-register with payment.    

Start date: 07/05/17

End date: 07/05/17

Weekly - Wed 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM (7/5/2017-7/5/2017)

Days of the Week : Weekly - Wed .

Location : Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW Location : 
  Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW.

Room :  Not Assigned

Tuition: $50.00

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A Statoil site safety orientation must be attended by each contractor and subcontractor employee that will be involved in safety sensitive work at a Statoil location. Orientation helps contractors and subcontractors become familiar with Statoil HSE policies, expectations, and worksite rules. Contractor employees may be asked for proof of orientation by the onsite Statoil supervisor. $50 pp - Must pre-register with payment.    

Start date: 07/10/17

End date: 07/10/17

Weekly - Mon 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM (7/10/2017-7/10/2017)

Days of the Week : Weekly - Mon .

Location : Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW Location : 
  Workforce Training Centre-TrainND NW.

Room :  Not Assigned

Tuition: $50.00

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This course provides a basic understanding of general safety information an employee should know before entering a facility and while performing work duties. The majority of the leading oil and gas operators accept this orientation as it meets their requirements. Upon successful completion of the course, each student is issued a picture ID with a unique barcode. *Includes H2S Awareness/Respiratory Protection.    

Start date: 07/11/17

End date: 07/11/17

Weekly - Tue 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM (7/11/2017-7/11/2017)

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue .

Location : Minot - TrainND Location : 
  Minot - TrainND.

Room :  Not Assigned

Tuition: $295.00

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This course teaches students to take action in a medical emergency and prepares them to respond to choking, breathing and cardiac emergencies. Participants will learn how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) in conjunction with CPR. First Aid is taught using a combination of instructor-led lecture, “watch-then-practice” videos, and hands-on training. Topics such as bleeding, burns, poisoning and sudden illness are covered. Upon completion, students will receive an Adult 2-year CPR/AED/First Aid certification. Note, this course is not intended for daycare providers, please see PediatricPlus class.    This course is part of the Safety & Health Certificate.  

Start date: 07/11/17

End date: 07/11/17

Weekly - Tue 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (7/11/2017-7/11/2017)

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue .

Location : Petroleum Safety and Technology Center Location : 
  Petroleum Safety and Technology Center.

Room :  Not Assigned

Tuition: $110.00

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Learn what Hydrogen Sulfide is, where you find it, properties, how it can harm, signs and symptoms of exposure, methods to detect, how to control it, and emergency procedures to follow. Participants will receive an awareness level wallet card as proof of training.  

Start date: 07/12/17

End date: 07/12/17

Weekly - Wed 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM (7/12/2017-7/12/2017)

Days of the Week : Weekly - Wed .

Location : Minot - TrainND Location : 
  Minot - TrainND.

Room :  Not Assigned

Tuition: $100.00

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This course teaches students to take action in a medical emergency and prepares them to respond to choking, breathing and cardiac emergencies. Participants will learn how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) in conjunction with CPR. First Aid is taught using a combination of instructor-led lecture, “watch-then-practice” videos, and hands-on training. Topics such as bleeding, burns, poisoning and sudden illness are covered. Upon completion, students will receive an Adult 2-year CPR/AED/First Aid certification. Note, this course is not intended for daycare providers, please see PediatricPlus class.    This course is part of the Safety & Health Certificate.  

Start date: 07/12/17

End date: 07/12/17

Weekly - Wed 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (7/12/2017-7/12/2017)

Days of the Week : Weekly - Wed .

Location : Minot - TrainND Location : 
  Minot - TrainND.

Room :  Not Assigned

Tuition: $110.00

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A Statoil site safety orientation must be attended by each contractor and subcontractor employee that will be involved in safety sensitive work at a Statoil location. Orientation helps contractors and subcontractors become familiar with Statoil HSE policies, expectations, and worksite rules. Contractor employees may be asked for proof of orientation by the onsite Statoil supervisor. $50 pp - Must pre-register with payment  

Start date: 07/13/17

End date: 07/13/17

Weekly - Thu 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM (7/13/2017-7/13/2017)

Days of the Week : Weekly - Thu .

Location : Minot - TrainND Location : 
  Minot - TrainND.

Room :  Not Assigned

Tuition: $50.00

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