131 – Onshore

23 February 2015

Hearing Conservation

Hearing Conservation Work-related hearing loss threatens hundreds of thousands of workers.  In addition to hearing impairment, noise can cause other effects—it can startle, irritate, disrupt concentration
23 February 2015

Hand Protection

Hand Protection Almost all jobs require use of the hands.  Driving, typing, building, and even reading a book involves the hands.  Hands are often the most
23 February 2015

Foot Protection

Foot Protection In the drilling industry there are numerous hazards that may lead to foot injuries.  Many heavy items such as pump liners, driller collar lift
23 February 2015

Work Clothes as Protective Equipment

Work Clothes as Protective Equipment Every workplace has hazards, ranging from the possibility of fire or explosion, exposure to toxic chemicals, to being scratched or scraped
23 February 2015

Face Protection

Face Protection The eyes and face are subject to injury from many kinds of hazards in all types of industries. Cuts, burns, rashes, blindness and scarring
23 February 2015

Gambling with Your Eyesight Could Make You a “One Eyed Jack”

Gambling with Your Eyesight Could Make You a “One Eyed Jack” There are two sides to eye safety: first, safety for the eyes, and second, safety
23 February 2015

A Good Way to View the Future is Through Safety Glasses

A Good Way to View the Future is Through Safety Glasses The greatest friend a worker’s eyes have while on the job are his safety glasses. 
23 February 2015

Eye Protection: Are You Gambling With Your Eyesight?

Eye Protection…Are You Gambling With Your Eyesight? There are regulations requiring your employer and supervisor to ensure that you use appropriate eye or face protection when
23 February 2015

Eyes Are Everything

Eyes Are Everything Every working day—on company time—thousands of industrial employees play “Industrial Roulette” … and about 1000 of them lose. The only equipment needed for