The GO-WV Safety Committee is hosting two DriveSAFE training seminars in December, one in Charleston and one in Bridgeport.
DriveSAFE is a training campaign focusing on;
The course, provided in conjunction with the West Virginia University Extension Service, includes regionally specific curriculum on industry-related driving hazards and best practices. Additionally, workers will understand their rights and employer responsibilities according to OSHA regulations.
This training includes four hours of transportation safety training for workers in the oil and natural gas industry, specifically oil and natural gas service and support companies to include hydraulic fracturing.
The courses, sponsored by Encova Insurance, will be offered on December 8 at Berry Hills Country Club in Charleston and on December 10 at the Bridgeport Country Club. Both courses begin at 9:00 a.m. and conclude at 2:00 p.m. with lunch provided at each location. The cost for each person attending is $75, and each location is limited to 25 people.