Tea Shack News

Tea Shack News

Shell held its annual Safety Day in April which marks a decade since the event was first launched. The Safety Day involved workers taking part in a range of activities which were held both onshore and on offshore platforms. This year’s events focused on three areas, ‘Process Safety’, ‘People Safety...
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Were you a proud member of the Tufty Club as a child? Or was the Green Cross Code man your safety guru of choice? Or perhaps your memory goes back as far as the early public safety films starring a young boy and his slightly scary cat, Charley, with a penchant for playing with matches. Some of...
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More than forty senior leaders from oil and gas companies recently attended a workshop to help them understand their responsibilities in managing Major Accident Hazards. They participated in a number of exercises including creating a generic ‘Bow Tie’ diagram, which aimed to help them clearly...
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So what is the situation regarding flights in Super Puma aircraft now? Following the publication of the preliminary report from the Accident Investigation Board Norway (AIBN) the 225 and 332L2 versions of the Super Puma family have been prohibited from flight by the European Aviation Safety Agency...
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This edition will mainly focus on the Air Accidents Investigation Branch's report into the Sumburgh helicopter crash. Other articles include stunning images from Sue Jane Taylor, Simplification, Joined-up Thinking and Survival Training.
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After more than two years of investigation, the Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) report into the fatal Sumburgh helicopter crash has been published. The comprehensive and sobering report highlights progress in offshore helicopter safety since the incident but also contains a further 26...
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