34 – Restricted Work Case

19 February 2015

Why Have Safety Meetings?

Why Have Safety Meetings? Records indicate that drillers who regularly hold crew safety meetings have fewer accidents, less drilling trouble and do a better over-all job
19 February 2015

Who’s Responsible?

Who’s Responsible? When an accident happens, the blame is usually placed on someone or some thing.  Many times the cause of the accident is never really
19 February 2015

Which Is It?

Which Is It? “LOST-TIME ACCIDENT” or “DISABLING INJURY” “NO-LOST-TIME ACCIDENT” or “MINOR INJURY” For many years, we have used the term “Lost-Time Accidents” to refer to
19 February 2015

Dangerous Thinking and Thoughts

Dangerous Thinking and Thoughts Who is responsible for your safety on the job?  Is it the government, the company, your boss or the other members of
17 February 2015

Accidents Don’t Just Happen

Accidents Don’t Just Happen Whenever there’s an accident—whether someone is killed, or a child breaks a teacup—somebody is sure to ask, “How did it happen?” The
17 February 2015

Incident Prevention

Incident Prevention Q. What is the most frequent cause of incidents? A. Nine out of ten incidents can be traced to an employee’s unsafe actions, which may
17 February 2015

Incident Investigation

Incident Investigation Industrial incidents occur everyday.  Some are major, with injuries to workers as well as damage to property, but most are minor and do not
16 August 2013

Alert 13 – 19 Conflicting Procedures Results in Restricted Work Case

20 May 2011

Alert 11 – 11 Finger Pinched in Closing Tong Gate Results in a Restricted Work Case

Alert 11 – 11 Finger Pinched in Closing Tong Gate Results in a Restricted Work Case WHAT HAPPENED: While closing the power tong gate on the rig