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What’s the difference? Safety Alerts give details of events surrounding an incident, near-miss or good practice. Safety Moments are downloadable PowerPoint presentations which give details of an incident, near-miss or good practice, discussion questions and related resources. Please note that every Safety Alert and Moment is deliberately kept anonymous to encourage sharing within the industry. No companies, installations, dates or names will be identified within the Alert or Moment.

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CAP 437 chapter 5.2.2 requires that foam making equipment be located so as to ensure the uniform application of foam to any part of the Safe Landing Area (SLA) irrespective of wind strength/direction... Read more
15 Jun 2011
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1019 1 pdf During supply vessel operations while lifting a container from a supply vessel, a 6Te load was lifted from the deck of the vessel. As it was about to be slewed and lifted clear of the... Read more
26 May 2011
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1019 1 pdf Individual trapped his thumb in between parts of down-hole equipment. Read more
26 May 2011
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See attached IADC Alert 08-28 Read more
26 May 2011
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1018 1 pdf See attached IADC alert 08-27 Read more
26 May 2011
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1017 1 pdf Working at Height associated equipment, for details see attached IADC Alert 08-26 Read more
26 May 2011
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On 15th December 2007 the ESDV on the Chiswick platform failed its performance standard when asked to close following a minor gas release from the inlet flange to the desander. Production was... Read more
26 May 2011
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1015 1 pdf Both rupture discs burst allowing seawater to flow into the HP flare knock out drum. A space pressure sensor failed to initiate an alarm signal. The high-high level trip failed to shut... Read more
26 May 2011
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1014 1 pdf The cause of the fire was lube oil spraying from a disconnected lube oil pipe fitting onto a hot exhaust pipe. The engine room has four generators. Three generators were running and one... Read more
26 May 2011
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1013 1 pdf A hydrostatic bottle weighing 2.8kg fell 80 feet from the top drive to the drill deck. The bottle, belonging to a 3rd party, had be placed in position 4-5 months prior to the incident by a... Read more
26 May 2011

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