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"The last two years have been tough for everybody, we've been waiting for this to turn around," said WTSTC CEOPhil Young. "We have seen a dramatic uptick in our training activity since it had been the first of the year. West Texas is growing, West Texas Safety Training Center is growing with it, we're excited about the futureand we want to make the oil field a safe place for all of our workers." The center has been functioning for 23 years in the Basin, and this year, things have been looking bright for them. Theyprovidetraining for workers in the oil and gas industry. Courses includeHydrogen Sulfide training, fire safety, and for that hands-on experience, electrical training is included toprovide more knowledge and safety when workers are out in the field. "We help develop the courses and the curriculum so we know people in the field are getting quality education out there," said Chevron HES Professional Jay Waldrop. "We know once they go out there, they can do work in the field safelyand that's the main thing is bringing them home every day safely." Board members also learnedsomething new for themselves at their 22nd annual meeting. FBI Intelligence Analyst Kate Menaul spoke to members to why the Permian Basin holds a risk to terrorism, which is why the FBI is always keeping an eye out in the oil field. Topics like drones, intelligence Health and Safety Training theft and intellectual property were discussed. "You think about how much oil we have in storage out there, one person could come out with a lighter. We have a lot of fires, and with these pipelines, nobody mans them 24 hours a day so they're vulnerable," said Waldrop.

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