FPC Safety Training Center

FPCSTC is Frank Phillips College Safety Training Center. Classes are offered on-campus, off-site, and remotely.
We also offer Safety Trainings on our campuses in Dalhart and Perryton.

Frank Phillips College Safety Training Center Registration & Company Setup

FPCSTC Client Application
Company Registration
Student/Training Registration
FPCSTC Client Application

To sign up your company to become a client of Frank Phillips College Safety Training Center, please fill out the application below. 

FPCSTC Client Application

Clients must complete all sections of application to avoid delays in processing. Please fax or e-mail back the completed forms to 806-274-5138 or pstcregister@fpctx.edu

Company Registration

FPCSTC Company Registration Information

Detailed instructions for registering your company can be found HERE. 

To start the registration process please visit our FPC STC Center Login Site.

Student/Training Registration

Registration & Database Information

Registering a Training:

  1. A client application must be submitted. This is available HERE.
  2. After you submit the application you will receive your Member ID, your user name and password.
  3. Go to the website above and then click on Online Registration & First Advantage Background Check.
  4. Enter your Member ID, User name and password and click SUBMIT.
  5. To register employees for training go to the registration button, please read and accept the information.
  6. If you don’t allow Spanish training then just hit submit on the second screen
    **you will not be able to register for Spanish training if you don’t click accept on the second page.**
  7. You should then see a calendar. Click on the date you want the training.
  8. Click the Trainees tab.
  9. Then, enter the trainees Social Security number. If they aren’t in the database a box will come up to enter the employees first and last name. You can continue to enter employees if they are all taking the same training.
  10. Then go to courses tab. Check the boxes of the courses the employees need to take. They are separated with buttons at the top:
                  • General (BOP, Lockout Tagout, ect..)
                  • Site( Conoco, Chevron, Conoco HF Acid, ect..)
                  • Company ( if your company has company specific training)
                  • Spanish ( you will only be able to choose this if you agreed to the Spanish training rules)
  11. After you have selected the courses click on the instructions tab. This is where you will enter PO numbers, if they need to pay or any special instruction. You must also enter your first and last name so that we know who to contact with any questions.
  12. Then click the confirmation tab. CONFIRM that all classes are correct.
    **If there is a mistake you can click the x next to the employees name**
  13. If everything is correct click SUBMIT.
  14. You will then receive a confirmation. If you do not receive a confirmation, please contact the safety center to ensure your employees are registered.

Cancelling a Students Training:

  1. Click Class roster
  2. Enter date of class
  3. Find student
  4. Click red delete button
  5. Make sure you delete all training they will not be attending. You can also use this to see who you have scheduled for a specific date or date range.

Training Verification

  1. Click on training verification
  2. Enter employee Social Security Number or Badge Id
  3. Click submit This will show all current training records

For all records: *to show expired training also*

  1. Click training verification
  2. Enter employee Social Security Number or Badge Id
  3. Click all records
  4. Click submit 

For More Information/Visual Representation of these steps, click here.

Frank Phillips College Safety Training Center Member Information

Background Checks
Computer-Based Training
Instructor/Speciality Led Classes
FPCSTC Speciality Classes
Study Guides and Resources
Safeland Information
Valid Identification Information
Background Checks

First Advantage Background Checks

  1. Login to registration database
  2. Click on Background Order
  3. Enter PO or Jobsite # if you have one
  4. Enter the employee Social Security Number click search
  5. If trainee is not found enter employees name exactly as it appears on the Social Security Card.
  6. Click Save
  7. Then click search
  8. Check the box for Grd Package 2.0, multiple boxes will automatically be marked do not uncheck any other boxes.
  9. Fill in all boxes that have an asterisk
  10. Make sure to enter the Drivers License number and state or the Motor Vehicle report will not run. (if it is added later it is an additional charge)
  11. Click submit.
    *A duplicate charge will occur by clicking submit more than once!*

This is a new graded background package. The cost has increased to $100 per screen.

Background ChecksUsers Guide(s)
First Advantage Background CheckFirst Advantage Users Guide
S2 Verify Background ChecksS2 Verify Users Guide
DISA Background Check 
Computer-Based Training

(CBT) Computer-Based Training

Many of the FPCSTC’s courses are computer-based. The CBT (Computer-Based
Training) lab is open Monday through Friday 7:00 am until 1:30 pm.

These classes have no specific start time, although the same registration procedures for instructor led classes are required for CBT classes. CBT courses are self-paced: therefore, class time will vary. No trainee will be allowed to start a CBT course after 1:30 pm Monday through Friday.

Computer-Based Training Classes

WBT CONFINED SPACEWELDING SAFETY BASICS

A 
ABANDONMENT OF FACILITIESABNORMAL CONDITIONS & SAFETY
ADVANCED BASIC SAFETY - SPANISHAERIAL LIFT SAFETY AWARENESS
ASBESTOS AWARENESSATMOSPHERIC CORROSION
B 
BASIC ELECTRONICS:PLCsBASIC ELECTRONICS:SCADA
BENZENE AWARENESS*BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS (ARSC)*
C 
CATHODIC PROTECTION CRITERIACATHODIC PROTECTION TROUBLESHOOTING
CATHODIC PROTECTION-RECTIFIERCGIs & FLAME IONIZATION
CHARACTERISTICS AND PROPERTIES OF NATURAL GASCHROMIUM VI (EXPERTOX)
CHLORINE USER SAFETYCONFINED SPACES ENTRANT AND ATTENDANT
COMPRESSOR OPERATION: GAS PATHCOMPRESSOR OPERATION: POWER CYLINDER
COMPRESSOR OPERATION: COMPRESSORCOMPRESSOR OPERATION: TURBINE
COMPRESSOR STATION OPERATIONSCONFINED SPACE (ARSC)
D-E 
DAMAGE PREVENTION*EFFECTIVE MEDIA RELATIONS
ELECTRIC ARC WELDINGELECTRIC INSULATOR INSPECTION
ELECTRICAL FLASH (NEC)ELECTRICAL SAFETY BASICS*
F 
FIREWATCHFIREWATCH, FIRE EXTINGUISHER
FORKLIFT SAFETY AWARENESSFUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICITY
G 
GAS CONTROL 
H 
HAZCOM (ARSC)HEARING CONSERVATION
HEAT STRESS AWARENESSHOT TAPPING & STOPPING
HR: THE MENTORING PROCESSHR: HUMAN PERFORMANCE SYSTEMS
HR: JOB PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONHYDROGEN SULFIDE WBT
H2S AWARENESS* 
I 
INSPECTING & TESTING RELIEF VAINSTALLATION OF ANODES
INSTALLATION OF STEEL MAINSINSTALLATION OF TEST STATIONS
INSTALLATION PLASTIC MAINS-PT1INSTALLATION PLASTIC MAINS-PT2
INTERFERENCE (AC/DC)INTERNAL CORROSION MONITORING
INVESTIGATING PIPELINE FAILURE 
L 
LADDER SAFETYLEAK & PIPELINE FAILURE
LEAK SURVEY & CLASSIFICATIONLOCKOUT/TAGOUT
LQ: BELOW GROUND PIPE COATINGLQ: CATHODIC PROTECTION - ABO
LQ: CATHODIC PROTECTION TROUBLESHOOTINGLQ: CONDUCT ANNUAL SURVEYS
LQ: INSPECTION - ABOVE GROUNDLQ: INSTALLATION OF ANODES
LQ: INSTALLATION OF TEST STATIONLQ: INTERFERENCE (AC and DC)
LQ: INTRODUCTION TO COMPRESSORLQ: MARKING PIPELINES TEMPORARY/PERMANENT
LQ: PIPELINE PATROLLQ: PIPELINE SYSTEM CONTROL
LQ: PIPELINE SYSTEM CONTROLLQ: PRESSURE SWITCHES
LQ: PRESSURE TRANSMITTERSLQ: PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROL
LYONDELL HOUSTON REFINING LPLOCK, TAG, TRY*
M-N 
MECHANICAL FITTINGSNATURAL GAS OPERATIONS
NATURAL RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS (NORM) 
O 
ODORIZATIONOPERATOR QUALIFICATION SUMMARY
OSHA/DOT-EXCAVATION SAFETYOXYGEN/ACETYLENE WELDING
P 
PIPE-TO-SOIL SURVEYSPIPELINE LEAK REPAIR
PIPELINE CROSSINGSPIPELINE PIGGING
PIPELINE PURGINGPIPELINE SHUTDOWN & STARTUP
PLANT PERFORMANCE SERVICESPLASTIC PIPE FUSION
PLASTIC PIPE FUSION - SPANISHPOPULATION DENSITY CHANGE
PRESSURE TESTING STEEL & PLASTPREVENTING ACCIDENTAL IGNITION
PROCESS SAFETY MGMT (ARSC)PROTECTIVE COATINGS
R 
RECIPROCATING COMPRESSOR UNITSRESPIRATOR TRAINING (EXCLUDING FRESH AIR)
S 
SCAFFOLD USER WBT 
T-U 
TELEPHONE ETIQUETTEUP-RATING PIPELINE SYSTEMS
V 
VALVE MAINTENANCEVALVE OPERATORS
VAULT INSPECTION 
W 
WELD REPAIRS & PROCEDURESWELDER QUALIFICATION

*CBT Courses that can be Instructor Led if Requested.

other classes available upon request

Instructor/Speciality Led Classes

Stand Up Lecture Classes

A 
AMERICAN RED CROSS FIRST AID & CPR and AEDARIAL WORK PLATFORMS
B 
BACKHOE OPERATOR SAFETYBASIC ORIENTATION PLUS
BUCKET TRUCK OPERATOR SAFETY 
E 
EXCAVATOR OPERATOR SAFETYCOMPETENT PERSON EXCAVATION TRENCHING AND SOIL MECHANICS TRAINING
F 
FORKLIFT OPERATOR SAFETYFRONT END LOADER OPERATOR SAFETY
R 
RESPIRATOR FIT TESTING 
S 
SKID STEER LOADER OPERATOR SAFETY 
W 
WELDING SAFETY BASICS 
FPCSTC Speciality Classes

Speciality Classes Offered at our Safety Center

Competent Person/Scaffold Builder/Inspector Course:
Our most popular scaffold program, this course covers: fabricated frame scaffolds, tube & clamp, system scaffolds, and mobile (rolling tower) scaffolds. 
 
This course meets the training requirements of 1926.454(b).  It covers the hazards associated with scaffold use such as fall hazards, falling object hazards, electrical hazards, material handling, and scaffold load carrying capacities (for frame, tube & clamp, and system scaffold). 
 
The course takes approximately eight hours to conduct, including testing.  Each participant receives a 250-page training manual. This training program is approved through the Scaffold Training Institute of Houston, Texas.

 

Crane Testing & Training

Crane Testing: Testing will be conducted in accordance with NCCCO (National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators) rules, guidelines, policies and procedures. NCCCO is a nationally accredited testing organization. 
 
Crane Training: Training consists of a 5-day course where the student will learn about the different aspects of: crane operating, crane identification, nomenclature of crane parts, reading and understanding load charts, basic rigging and actual operation of a crane in a predetermined test course.
 
All training is designed to help the operator understand the rules and requirements of being a crane operator and to help facilitate passing the written and practical test which are required to obtain a crane operators license. 
 
Reference materials for crane subject matter will be taken from OSHA's 29CFR 1926 Subpart CC, ASME B30.5 and IPT's Crane and Rigging Handbook. 
 
Study Guides and Resources

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Safeland Information

Important Rigpass/Safeland Registration Information

Registration
E-mail registration forms can be found on our web site at www.fpctx.edu/pstc.htm. IF you are unable to open this from please visit http://get.adobe.com/reader/?promoid=BUIGO and download the latest version of Adobe Reader.

  • Fill out registration forms completely.
  • Include all job numbers or P.O. if applicable.
  • All registration forms must have a contact name and number.
  • ONE DAY ONLY on each registration form.
  • All registration forms must be e-mailed by 4:00 the workday prior to training. If Social Security Verification has been performed by the company.
  • If you need us to perform the Social Security Verification then we need the paper work at least 48 hours in advance.
  • SAFELAND TRAINING MUST BE REGISTERED THE WORKDAY PRIOR.
  • Class starts at 8:00 and no student will be admitted after this time.
  • Any student that arrives for class without being registered will be asked to contact their company and have a registration form sent over. They will be placed in class if space is available , all paperwork is in order, and if this can be done without delaying the start of the class.
  • The safety center CANNOT alter a registration form.
  • All cancellations must be e-mailed to pstcregister@fpctx.edu by 8:00 am the day of classes, or you will be billed full price for class. NO EXCEPTIONS.
  • You will be charged the regular class fee for your employee whether they pass or fail.

Badge Replacement

  • There is a $15.00 fee for all replacement of the Rig Pass/Safeland Card.
  • If the company is paying the fee please send a registration form and indicate in other classes that this is a badge replacement

Resources

 
Proper Identification
  • All students must present two (2) valid forms of identification at time of imaging, registration, beginning of class, and testing. One identification means must be a state or government .photo" ID card (i.e., a state driver's license, valid ID card, 1-9 photo credentials, current passport, school lD, military ID, State or Federal Inmate Photo ID)
Valid Identification Information

Valid Identification

Attendees must present a valid form of photo identification. Identification must be original documents; no copies or facsimiles are acceptable. The identification must ALSO meet the following criteria:

  1. A valid United States Government issued identification card or license that contains a current photograph. This document must be unexpired or expired no longer than 60 days with valid receipt of renewal.
  2. Valid United States Government issued identification consists of: State Driver License, State or Federal Identification Card, State or Federal Inmate Card (includes County & Municipality) or Military Identification or a valid U.S. passport that contains a current photograph.
  3. The Government issued “TWIC” is acceptable form of ID.

Note: For Safeland Training employee must present 2 (two) forms of ID one must be a State or Government issued ID as listed above.

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Contact information:

FPCSTC

806-457-4260

mclark@fpctx.edu