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We offer training and services in the field of oil & gas, mining, maritime, construction, manufacturing, agriculture, civil and military.
Our specialist teams of lectures, trainers and advisers give clients a practical help in developing safe systems of work. Simply, Safetycor measures its success on its ability to provide its clients with quality products and services in most efficient and cost effective way.

Balikpapan Office & Training Center

Jl. Syarifuddin Yoes No 38 RT.64 Sepinggan, Balikpapan
Kalimatan Timur – Indonesia
Phone : 0542 8072882
Fax : 0542 877267

  • Jan 27

    Confined Space Training

    We carried out Confined Space Training at Safetycor Trainng Center, Balikpapan last week. This is a very crucial training because it involves some of the most high-risk duties in the industry. READ MORE

  • Feb 21

    Sea Survival Training

    When we are at sea, knowing the exact do's and don'ts along with the right use of the right equipment might inevitably effect our chance of survival. This training is designed to guide us through a safety crisis occuring at sea... READ MORE

  • Mar 5

    We are proud to announce!


    PT. SAFETYCOR INDONESIA is now an official partner of PUSDIKLAT MIGAS – Education And Training Center On Oil And Gas... READ MORE

     

Click the AGENDA tab on the top right corner of this schedule to view a complete list of training for June 2012. You can also click the WEEK tab to see our Weekly schedule. If you need to print it, just click on the PRINT button next to the tabs.

Photo of the Month

  • Fire Extinguisher

    Fire extinguishers are fascinating products. You may store them around your home for years in anticipation of 30 seconds of use, if you ever use them at all. After just one use, they must either be refilled or replaced.

  • There are three common classes of fires: Class A, B and C. It's likely your extinguisher contains dry chemical foam that works on all three types (your extinguisher should say on the label what types of fires it can put out).

    Different fire extinguishers work to remove the different ingredients of fire: water extinguishers remove heat, while carbon dioxide and dry chemicals remove oxygen.

    Most extinguishers only carry a small amount of fire-suppressant material, which can be used up in a matter of seconds.

    The tank of a fire extinguisher is made of highly-recyclable steel, while the spraying mechanism contains brass and plastic.

    An empty fire extinguisher is completely recyclable (assuming the top is off), while a filled extinguisher should be treated as hazardous waste.

    The hazardous classification of fire extinguishers comes more from their potential to explode if compressed (in a truck or a landfill) than the ingredients inside the extinguisher.

    In the U.S., there is a fire code requiring maintenance of fire extinguishers once per year to make sure they are charged and in working order.

    You can refill a fire extinguisher once its contents have been discharged.

Training Videos

  • Forklift Operators showing their skill during at an on-site training we carriedout a few months ago.

  • An up close & personal look at a smoke signal in action. Thick orange cloud of smoke rising high into the sky for maximum exposure of your location.

  • Watch our 4WD driving action against some rough terrain during our Defensive Driving Training course.

  • One of our trainee is getting ready for a training session on top of a crane.