The PEC Safety MSTQ Core – Midstream Training Qualifications (MSTQ): Core Training Requirements
PEC Safety was chosen by two of the largest energy infrastructure and pipeline companies in the United States to develop a training module, Midstream Training Qualifications (MSTQ). The MSTQ module taken in conjunction with SafeLandUSA enables contractors and sub-contractors to satisfy the requested MSTQ Core Training Requirements.
What is MSTQ?
MSTQ is a new set of training requirements for participating members of the midstream industry comprised of core training, non-core training and hands-on training requirements. Currently, the MSTQ module in addition to SafeLand USA satisfies only the awareness level core training requirements. The additional non-core training and hands-on training will be added in phases over time.
Meeting MSTQ Core Training Requirements
To satisfy MSTQ Core Training Requirements, contractors and sub-contractors must successfully complete SafeLandUSA in addition to the MSTQ Core module. SafeLandUSA must have been completed in the last 365 days prior to completing the MSTQ Core module to satisfy the MSTQ Core Training Requirements.
PEC MTSQ Core meets minimum requirements for awareness-level training on the following topics:
Students receive written exams to verify competency in PEC MSTQ.
Over 25 of the leading oil and gas operators accept this orientation as it meets and/or exceeds their minimum orientation requirements. Upon successful completion of this course, all students will receive their PEC Photo ID Card, produced by Omega Safety Training, Inc., which can save time, and have them prepared for travel with no downtime. This orientation has become the standard program for the industry and certifies a student at awareness level. Employers may also verify course completion by visiting PEC End User License Agreement.