What is SAFE?

Since 2013, nearly 500 OIPA members and their employees have benefited from the health and safety classes provided by the OIPA's SAFE Program. 

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Established in 2013, the SAFE  Program is designed to actively support the mission of the OIPA by providing Streamlined Access to Flexible HSE Educational products and services. These opportunities are designed to equip Oklahoma’s energy industry with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to both build and maintain safety-minded cultures dedicated to protecting life, limb and property.

These educational opportunities are offered monthly at the OIPA headquarters in Oklahoma City, and represent the OIPA's continued commitment to promoting a strong and safe workforce in Oklahoma.

As an additional benefit to OIPA members, on-site facilitation appointments are available for each of the three class below at no additional cost! 

Contact SAFE Program Manager Phil Browder (pbrowder@oipa.com) to schedule your on-site class, or click on the "Register for a Class" buttons located at the both the top and bottom of this page to register you, or an employee, for any of the scheduled classes listed below.


OIPA Spring 2016 SAFE Schedule


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SafeLandUSA orientations are designed specifically to meet the safety training needs of the U.S. onshore E&P industry, and eliminate the need for multiple employee orientations. All certifications are available through an online database, giving employers a fast and easy method for keeping track of employee certification status.


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With an emphasis on hands-on learning, the Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED course gives participants the skills needed to save a life. All course options align with OSHA’s Best Practices for Workplace First Aid Training. The Adult First Aid/CPR/AED course teaches students to recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as burns, cuts, scrapes, sudden illnesses, heat and cold emergencies, along with how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies for victims about 12 years and older.



Workers entering the oilfield may encounter any number of hazardous environments--none more dangerous or misunderstood than those containing hydrogen sulfide gas. To protect against these hazards, oilfield workers are required by OSHA to be educated annually on how to identify them, and what equipment, policies, and procedures are required for safe entry. This class is designed to meet this annual OSHA requirement for safely working in H2S environments in accordance with the ANSI Z390.1 standard. 

  • Where

  • OIPA Headquarters
    500 NE 4th Street
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104

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