Your safety is our top priority. That’s why everyone who is employed on a CNX site is required to complete easy and informative training videos relevant to their roles before getting to work. Simply watch your assigned video, and then enter your information in the form below after each video to complete your training. You must complete the form after watching each video before moving on to the next in order to get credit.
You will need to complete Hazard Training prior entering a CNX site.
Please contact your CNX Representative with any questions pertaining to Hazard Training. Click here to download the CNX Operational Excellence and Field Compliance Team contact sheet.
The CNX Resources Site Hazard Training and PSM Facility Hazard Training rosters reside with TPS Alert. Please contact your company’s TPS Alert administrator to receive the roster. For further inquiries regarding TPS Alert, please visit click here.
All personnel planning on working on CNX property are required to take the CNX Resources Hazard Training.
All personnel planning on working at a CNX Facility which falls under Process Safety Management (PSM) Requirements (Shirley Compressor Station and Majorsville Compressor Station) are required to take PSM Site Training in addition to the CNX General Hazard Training.
Thank you for completing the training video(s). We're excited to have you join us in our commitment to a safer workplace for all.
Once you’ve watched your assigned video(s), enter your information in the form below to complete your training.
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Please enter the name of your employer if your company is not a primary contractor for CNX Resources.
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