56 – Skin

17 February 2015


Hypothermia Facts:  Hypothermia can and does kill.  Humans are designed to function normally at a body temperature of 37 degrees Celsius (98.6 degrees Fahrenheit).  Hypothermia is
17 February 2015

Cold Stress

Cold Stress Hazard Overview  There are two kinds of cold to be concerned about: dry and wet.  Dry cold is the result of wind, temperature, and
17 February 2015

Checklist: Hazardous Materials

Checklist: Hazardous Materials For all but two of these questions, a “no” answer indicates corrective action needs to be taken. The two exceptions are indicated below.
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
20 March 2012

Alert 12 – 07 Bee Stings Result in Anaphylactic Reaction

20 December 2011

Alert 11 – 31 Pressure Relief Valve Sprays Dilute Acid Across Location on a Frac Job

25 February 2009

Alert 09 – 05 Oxygen Torch Assembly Ignites Explosively Resulting in Burned Hand