Energy Contractor Services will help you with all the requirements of ISNetworld®, Avetta and PEC Premier
We have the experience to setup, maintain or just improve your account.
We can take the time and help you.
Would you like to talk to the same person who knows something about your business?
We Provide Training Options
Even though training employees takes time, it does not need to hurt your bottom line. We can help you with cost effective solutions that will save you time and money.
PEC PREMIER, ISNetworld® and Avetta collect safety, procurement, sustainability, quality and regulatory information from contractors and suppliers, verifies its accuracy, and then reports the results in an easy-to-follow format. This allows corporations to select those resources that best meet internal and governmental requirements, while providing contractors/suppliers the opportunity to centralize their information, save time and gain a presence in the marketplace.
If you are opening a new account with ISNetworld®, PEC or Avetta, we will get you up and running with a quick turnaround.
Or, if you already have an account, we can maintain it, improve it and offer customized service to keep you 100% compliant.
No contract to sign. We work for you on a month to month basis. Cancel at any time.
ISN’s Review and Verification Services (RAVS®) is the industry-leading provider of health, safety and procurement data verification.
PEC PREMIER, ISNetworld® and Avetta
- Health & Safety RAVS
- Incident Forms
- Written Safety Programs
- Training Documentation
- Procurement RAVS®
- Experience Modification Rate (EMR)
- Insurance Certificates
SafeLandUSA was formed as a volunteer organization comprised of major and independent operating companies, industry associations, and educators with the purpose of developing and administering a standardized orientation which sets minimum requirements for the US Onshore E&P Industry.
In the Oil and Gas Industry, Operators share a common Contractor workforce. After years of requiring Contractors to complete separate but very similar safety orientations for each Operator, a group of Operators came together to create a standard safety orientation that would be accepted by each of them, thus saving time and resources. In 2005, SafeLandUSA Advisory Group (SLAG) was formed to develop and implement the SafeLand USA Orientation.