Texas Mutual Safety Institute

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Texas Mutual awards $100K for Safety Institute

Texas Mutual Insurance Company has awarded a $100,000 grant to Odessa College to fund workplace safety courses for employers, workers and the general public. Texas Mutual is the state’s leading provider of workers’ compensation insurance. They began this commitment to safety education at state colleges 20 years ago and has since awarded $7.6 million in safety education grants.

  • PEC Safeland
    • Our PEC Safeland course is an employee training that covers workplace safety hazards. While it is not a comprehensive training course, it can provide basic safety training and awareness to employees.
  • PEC Safeland Refresher
    • This training course is designed for employees who have previously completed the PEC Safeland course. Employees will receive a refresher course on basic safety and workplace safety.
  • Medic First Aid/CPR
    • Trainees will receive comprehensive training on how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation and perform basic first aid practices. Trainees will learn how to use an automated external defibrillator and protect themselves and others from bloodborne pathogens. This is a hands-on training with activities and exercises designed to provide real-life experience. 
  • H2S Clear
    • H2S clear is based on ANSI and Railroad Commission requirements for employees who may be exposed to any concentration of H2S. The training covers exposure limits, properties, characteristics of the gas, symptoms of exposure, monitoring, and the necessary respiratory protections.
  • H2S
    • H2S training is based on ANSI and Railroad Commission requirements for employees who may be exposed to any concentration of H2S. The training covers exposure limits, properties, characteristics of the gas, symptoms of exposure, monitoring, and the necessary respiratory protections.
  • DOT Compliance
    • Our DOT safety and compliance course will educate the trainee on Motor Carrier regulations and any specifics of their company. The training will also provide education on how to maintain proper records, perform daily audits, identify and eliminate issues, and provide solutions for continuous improvement. Trainees can include managers, safety personnel, or any employees responsible for DOT compliance regulations. 
  • Alive at 25
    • Alive at 25 is a teen driver safety course. It is a 4-hour, interactive course designed for drivers between the ages of 15-25 and covers safe driving and how to avoid distracted driving to keep teen drivers safe. 

Courses offered continuously and by request. For more information or assistance with scheduling and registration contact Rachel Galindo at (432) 335-6575 or ragalindo@odessa.edu.