96 – Cellar

23 February 2015

Ladder Safety: Portable and Fixed Ladders

Ladder Safety: Portable and Fixed Ladders People fall off ladders, resulting in injuries that range from bruises, broken bones, or even death.  There are several potential
23 February 2015

Ladders: General Information and Checklist

Ladders: General Information and Checklist Most workers injured in falls from ladders, are less than 10 feet above the ladder’s base.  Portable ladders generally fall into
20 February 2015

Drill Stem Testing Safety

Drill Stem Testing Safety These drill stem testing safety recommendations have been prepared to advise operating company employees about actions they can take to influence the
19 February 2015

Hydrogen Sulfide: Responsibilities and Duties of Personnel

Hydrogen Sulfide: Responsibilities and Duties of Personnel Depending on the rig’s emergency plan for an H2S release, crew personnel should follow their predetermined instructions.  For example,
19 February 2015

Hydrogen Sulfide

Hydrogen Sulfide Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a highly toxic, colorless gas.  It is heavier than air, and when present in small amounts, has the characteristic odor
17 February 2015

Cold Weather Safety: Winter Hazards

Cold Weather Safety: Winter Hazards Winter hazards are still with us and will continue for a few more months reaching out to grab the unwary when
17 February 2015

Safe Use of Ladders

Safe Use of Ladders Ladder safety should not just specify types of ladders for certain jobs but also establish rules for the safe use and maintenance
17 February 2015

Use and Misuse of Tail-Lines

Use and Misuse of Tail-Lines Remember!  A tail-line is actually a lifeline, and your life or someone else’s life may depend on the safety afforded by
17 February 2015

Fire: Easier to Prevent Than to Put Out

Fire: Easier to Prevent Than to Put Out Vulcan was the Roman god of fire, and each year on August 23rd Roman families threw fish into