OSHA Compliance

BP now offers environmental clean up training along with OSHA

BP now offers environmental clean up training along with OSHA
Owing to the big catastrophe of Gulf of Mexico oil leak today, the need of Post-Emergency Spilled Oil Response Training is highly required. For those interested in participating in shoreline clean up, Health, Safety and Environmental Training has been provided for them. The safety training is basically fit for purpose basis for volunteers, contractors or vessel owners. The training has been prepared and provided by Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) after it was reviewed and approved by BP, OSHA and the the US Coastal Guard personnel.

Post-Emergency Spilled Oil Response Training is ideal for those assigned in the Vessel of Opportunity program or registered a a contractor participating in clean up. For non-contaminated beach clean up volunteers, they will have to receive a basic OSHA safety training, BP health and safety and environment orientation enforced by the Coast Guard.

Those who are interested in volunteering can contact the BP volunteer hot line. If you stay in coastal area ans are interested to assist in shoreline oil spill clean up operations then first you must go through a spill response course.

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