Safety

CrossBridge Compliance is a company evolved from years of combined field experience and "hands-on" training. We are dedicated to train individuals in skills required to effectively meet most Safety and Regulatory requirements needed into today’s industry. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with prompt assistance along with a quality training experience.

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Safety Manuals

OSHA requires that every company that employs one or more persons to have a written safety manual. These safety manuals must cover all aspects of OSHA standards and fines result if they are incomplete. We can build your Safety Manual tailored to meet your scope of work.  All of our Safety manuals are both OSHA and ISN compliant.  Our ISN staff will work with you by reviewing all programs and then uploading it into ISNetworld (read more details about ISN in this section).  

Safety Management System

Need a Safety Management System? A safety management system helps an organization abide by government laws and regulations, such as U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration rules. The system also prevents operating losses resulting from litigation and work-related injuries. Let us help you build a Safety Management Plan that fits your needs!

PEC SafeLand / SafeGulf

PEC provides standardized safety tools for industries. Our main focus is on the Oil and Gas Industry where it provides an online Standardized Safety Questionnaire and Training Tracker that allow Operators to evaluate the safety performance of their Contractors, a Contractor Assistance Program that helps Contractors improve their approach to safety, and standardized safety training that meets the requirements SafeGulf (offshore) and SafeLandUSA (on land).

SafeLandUSA is a volunteer organization comprised of major and independent operating companies, industry associations, and educators with the purpose of developing a standardized orientation which sets minimum requirements for the US Onshore E&P Industry.

Under Safe Gulf, all contractors must fulfill the SafeGulf HSE orientation requirements prior to working on operator premises in the Gulf of Mexico. BP, Chevron, Shell and ExxonMobil consider the new requirements a step in the right direction to ensure a level playing field and a standard program for quality HSE training and knowledge retention of those contractor personnel that perform work on operator property.

ISNetworld

Our staff is committed to a seamless support for all ISN/PICS/PEC Premier needs. We are aware of the action items required to maintain compliance with your owner operator clients and we are dedicated in achieving a fast and successful approval process. In order to satisfy these requirements, it is important that we upkeep the RAVS, T-RAVS, Insurance Documents and all questionnaires associated with other documentation that might follow. Our staff provides additional services such as high quality OSHA regulated safety manuals which are built specifically for your company and job scope. We will also be responsible for uploading this safety manual into your account in order to satisfy the RAVS section and ensure your compliance with owner operators. Following the RAVS, there will be a list of T-RAVS (training documents) that will mirror your manual at which we can provide the appropriate training to document and upload into ISN. We will communicate directly with insurance companies in order to obtain any and all documents needed, including certificate of insurances (COI), experience modification rate (EMR), and any other related documents. We will create and upload all OSHA data into a questionnaire and site tracker form depending on the company’s specifics. Our team is thoroughly trained in all aspects of these databases.

  • Manuals
  • RAVS
  • T-RAVS
  • MSQ (SCQ-V)
  • Quarterly Updates
  • Document Submittal 
Fit Testing Qualitative / Quantitative

Employers must perform fit testing in accordance with the fit-testing requirements of 29 CFR 1910.134(f) and the qualitative and quantitative fit-testing protocols and procedures specified in Appendix A of 29 CFR 1910.134. Schedule today!

Drug & Alcohol Testing (D.A.T.C.S & DISA)

Pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion, post-accident, return-to-duty, and follow-up drug testing. We also provide Breath Alcohol Testing – using alcohol testing machines approved by NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) as well as Saliva Strip Testing – using DOT-approved test strips to screen for alcohol. Because of the emergence of Synthetic Cannabinoids (K2 or Spice), we can test for this also.  Let us know how we can help you today!

First Aid & CPR (Medic First Aid)

MEDIC First Aid BasicPlus is a combined adult CPR, AED, and first aid training program designed specifically for the occupational first aid provider. This extremely flexible program will help employers meet OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work. Call today!

Fire Extinguisher Training

BullsEye (Fire extinguisher training equipment) represents the latest advancement in fire training technology. BullsEye senses where the user aims and sweeps the laser training extinguisher and automatically varies the LED driven digital flames in response. This allows your trainees to learn how to effectively use a fire extinguisher without the clean-up or if open flames are prohibited in your area. The BullsEye’s electronic control system responds to the trainees’ actions, putting the fire out only when the extinguisher is used correctly.

Fall Protection Training

OSHA mandates that employees exposed to fall hazards must receive training in the use of safety equipment and safety practices as part of its regulations governing construction work. The nature, subject matter and frequency of training provided for construction workers all fall under the purview of OSHA regulation 1926.503. Schedule your class today!

H2S Training / Awareness

Hydrogen Sulfide or H2S training is required in many industries including pulp and paper, waste water treatment, and the petroleum industry just to mention a few. Our Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Awareness Class helps fulfill the training requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and 1926, ANSI Z390.1 Accepted Practices for Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Training Programs, and other regulatory standards. Schedule your class today!

Heavy Equipment Training

Heavy Equipment training courses specify basic knowledge and skill requirements needed for safe operations of the equipment and their attachments.  Upon successfully completing the written and practical evaluation, the participant receives a certification valid for 3 years.  These certification training courses follow the standards set by OSHA 1910 & 1926 requirements. (For a list of all equipment training go to our training page)  

Defensive Driving

DDC4 Training Class: This training program is a 4 hour defensive driving class published by the National safety Council.  This class has trained nearly 70 million drivers and is rated as one of the leading driver’s safety courses. This training is made up of 4 sessions that take approximately an hour each. During each session there is a training video, a training power point and exercises to accompany the lessons being taught.  By providing this training to your employees, your insurance cost will significantly reduce.

Competent Person/Trenching and Shoring

This course goes beyond the basic awareness level of introductory courses and into the details necessary to create a safe environment for workers as outlined in OSHA’s standard 29 CFR 1926.650.  It helps a competent person answer important job site questions like: Are there adequate means of access and egress? Are adjacent structure stabilized? Does the procedure require benching or multiple benching? Shoring? Shielding? Are means of egress from the cut, cavity or depression no more than 25 feet from the work? 

On-Site Contract Safety Personnel
  • Pipeline Construction / Repair
  • Compressor/Pumping Station Construction
  • Refinery Turn-Around
  • Plant Operations
  • Field Operations
NCCER Field Safety Classes / Modules
  • 75101- Introduction to Safety
  • 75103- Personal Protective Equipment
  • 75102- Hazard Communication
  • 75105- Electrical and High Voltage Hazards
  • 75104- Work-Zone Safety
  • 75106- Fire Protection and Prevention
  • 75108- Welding Safety
  • 75107- Hand-and Power-Tool Safety
  • 75109- Fall Protection
  • 75110- Steel Erection
  • 75111- Walking and Working Surfaces
  • 75113- Horizontal Directional Drilling Hazards
  • 75112- Ladders and Scaffolding
  • 75114- Heavy-Equipment, Crane, and Rigging Safety
  • 75116- Forklift Safety
  • 75115- Trenching Safety
  • 75117- Lockout/Tag Out
  • 75118- Confined Spaces
  • 75119- Concrete and Masonry

Upon completion of required modules, you will qualify to become the following:

  • Construction Site Safety Supervision (CSSS)
  • Construction Site Safety Technician (CSST)
  • Construction Site Safety Master (CSSM)
NCCER Safety Technology Classes / Modules
  • 75201- Introduction to Safety Technology
  • 75202- Hazard Recognition, Evaluation, and Control
  • 75203- Risk Analysis and Assessment
  • 75204- Inspections, Audits, and Observations
  • 75205- Employee Motivation
  • 75206- Site-Specific EH&S Plan
  • 75207- Emergency-Action Plans
  • 75208- JSAs and TSAs
  • 75209- Safety Orientation and Training
  • 75210- Work Permit Policies
  • 75211- Confined-Space Entry Procedures
  • 75212- Safety Meetings
  • 75213- Accident Investigation: Policies and Procedures
  • 75214- Accident Investigation: Data Analysis
  • 75215- Recordkeeping
  • 75216- OSHA Inspection Procedures
  • 75217- EH&S Data Tracking and Trending
  • 75218- Environmental Awareness

Upon completion of required modules, you will qualify to become the following:

  • Construction Site Safety Supervision (CSSS)
  • Construction Site Safety Technician (CSST)
  • Construction Site Safety Master (CSSM)
Competent Person/Trenching and Shoring

This course goes beyond the basic awareness level of introductory courses and into the details necessary to create a safe environment for workers as outlined in OSHA’s standard 29CFR 1926.650.  It helps a competent person answer important job site questions like: Are there adequate means of access and egress? Are adjacent structure stabilized? Does the procedure require benching or multiple benching? Shoring? Shielding? Are means of egress from the cut, cavity or depression no more than 25 feet from the work? 

Crane Certification

We offer NCCER’s Mobile Crane Operator Certification. There are 13 specific equipment certifications including high capacity. This is a 5-year certification that has been accredited by ANSI, and is recognized by OSHA, Associated Builders & Contractors Recognition and the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America.

Written Assessment

• Boom Truck Crane
• Industrial / All Purpose Crane
• Lattice Boom Crane
• Telescopic Boom Crane

Practical Examinations

• Crawler Mount
• Industrial / All Purpose
• Rough Terrain / All Terrain
• Rubber Tire Truck Mount