WELCOME TO INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SERVICES

Industrial Training Services, Inc. is the leader in Operator Qualification (OQ) compliance, training, database management, and emerging technologies to support the energy pipeline industry.

We are a respected and trusted company with over 30 years of experience in:

  • DOT 192 & 195 OQ Compliance 
  • Curriculum development Training solutions 
  • Record management 
  • Audit support 
  • Notice of regulatory change

We are a one-stop shop for operators and contractors of all sizes. OnBoard LMS, our online training and record management system, gives clients 24/7 access to: 

  • Training and testing resources 
  • Accessible, secure, and up-to-date records 
  • Email reminders for compliance expirations
  • Notice of change feature 
  • Mobile skill evaluations app 
  • Digital wallet cards

Contact us at (800) 333-1566 or at info@its-training.com

Events  (View All)

Sep
10
Train The Trainer
09/10/2015 8:00 am - 6: 00 pm |
Murray, KY
Oct
13
Train The Trainer
10/13/2015 8:00 am - 6: 00 pm |
Murray, KY
Nov
10
Train the Trainer
11/10/2015 8:00 am - 6: 00 pm |
Murray, KY

LATEST NEWS

PHMSA Releases Regulatory Proposal

Posted by bclymer on July 09, 2015

DOT_SEAL-BLUE_286.jpgOn July 1st, PHMSA released new requirements to improve safety and establish time limits for pipeline failure notifications. The Operator Qualification, Cost Recovery and Accident Notification proposed rule would also allow PHMSA to recover costs for pipeline design reviews.  It also addresses several National Transportation Safety Board Recommendations related to operator qualification programs, personnel training, drug and alcohol testing and acceptable methods for assessing crack defects in pipelines.  


ITS Attends the TGA Annual Conference

Posted by bclymer on July 01, 2015

TGA-2015_collage.pngJason Garland recently attended the Tennessee Gas Association Annual Conference in Charleston, South Carolina in June. Compliments to incoming TGA President Tae Eaton for choosing Charleston SC as the location for the TGA Annual Conference.

Outgoing president, Bob Lambert, summed it up quite nicely when he asked the members to simply look around the room at all of the attendees. This was one of the best attended TGA Annual events in history. All speakers did an outstanding job and as always, it's great to see and hear the passion from Pat Riley when speaking about NGV's and their potential role in America's energy independence.