Personal
trained

Basic security for oil
installations

Detection of
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S)

Methodology analysis of
safety at work (A.S.T)

Use and management
Of fire extinguishers

Use and management of
Autonomous respiration (E.R.A)

Training

Training

Training

Training

Training

Training

At Geoteco it is fundamental that our personnel have the most effective training in occupational safety and health, keeping in mind each one of them to respond optimally in any risk situation. Our main courses are:

Objective:

Define the basic concepts of safety and health at work. Identify the current regulations applicable to the work developed. Select the appropriate EPP for the development of the activities. Establish measures to eliminate, reduce and control the risks inherent to the activities of your area of work.

Objetive:

Provide the knowledge to know the properties and behavior of hydrogen sulphide in daily operation. That the participant has a knowledge of the hazards involved to the H2S and to react adequately in the presence of a leak or prolonged exposure. Apply rules, procedures and controls. Parameters to which the worker can be exposed, use of multigas detector.

Objetive:

To promote and / or reinforce the application of the methodology of Occupational Safety Analysis (A.S.T.) In the activities of its function, with the purpose of identifying, controlling and preventing potential risks present in the work areas.

Objetive:

To know the way in which the fires are classified as well as the forms and means that can be used for their prevention or combat.
To make decisions and to avoid possible conatus of fire or it is his case to attend and fight it to avoid greater damages or human losses.
To know some recommendations on the measures that must be taken in case of being in a fire.
Provide the assistant theoretical and practical tools applicable to the prevention and care of fires.

Objective:

Provide participants with basic knowledge on the operation of the Autonomous Breathing Equipment (E.R.A) Identify the protection provided by an E.R.A. Indicate the factors that influence the duration of an E.R. Identify the components of an E.R.A.