TEEX Adopts PEC H2S Clear Training Program
MANDEVILLE, LA -- PEC Safety (PEC) is pleased to announce that Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) has adopted PEC’s H2S Clear (4-hour End User) training program. TEEX will be offering the PEC H2 S Clear trainer course for both in-house and independent instructors, as well as the direct-to-student course for individuals in need of H2S safety competency by special request. PEC H2S Clear has become the preferred H2S training program, with multiple owner/clients (operators) requiring the training for employees and contractor workers to be eligible to come on-site. Hundreds of instructors around the country have already become authorized to provide PEC H2S Clear and thousands of students have already been trained in the course.
PEC H2S Clear is a 4-hour course designed to meet the current classroom requirements of ANSI Z390.1 and new ANSI requirements coming in 2016. Upon successful completion of the standardized curriculum and testing, students will be issued a physical ID card that displays their photo, name, company name, and a bar code that links to their unique training record.
All PEC H2S Clear training records are validated and automatically entered into the PEC training database through which owner/clients can verify student training history. Additionally, students will have access to the PEC mobile app, which includes a digital ID card and H2S reference material. The PEC mobile app is available for iOS and Android devices.