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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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999 1 pdf 999 1 pdf The drilling team were completing a lift within the derrick structure to replace the DDM (top drive) hydraulic hose approximately 90ft up in the derrick. The hose was suspended on... Read more
26 May 2011
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998 2 pdf 998 1 pdf The Injured Party (IP) was part of a 3-man group walking towards the Admin buildings shortly after the start of shift. One colleague crossed the road, while the other 2 stopped to... Read more
26 May 2011
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997 1 pdf A fire which was contained within a turbine enclosure on a Production Platform in the northern North Sea, in November 2007, was most probably initiated by the release of lube oil from a pin... Read more
26 May 2011
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During high pressure water jetting of reboiler tubes, there was a failure of the retrojetting head assembly, which parted from the flexible lance. This resulted in the operative being struck by the... Read more
26 May 2011
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The IP lifted the manhole cover to gain access to the tank for the purpose of air sampling as part of their procedure prior to entering the tank to carry out quarterly maintenance. the IP was working... Read more
26 May 2011
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994 1 pdf IP was unaware of the intended landing area for the CCU and mistakenly put himself into a confined space. As the crane jibbed down IP became trapped and was temporarily crushed between the... Read more
26 May 2011
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993 2 pdf 993 1 pdf While unloading food containers, the operative noticed that there was a large box containing gym equipment at the rear of the container. He realised it was too heavy for him to... Read more
26 May 2011
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992 1 pdf More information can be found on the attached MSF alert or at the link below. http://www.marinesafetyforum.co.uk/upload-files//safetyalerts/msf-safety... Read more
26 May 2011
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991 2 pdf 991 1 pdf The semisubmersible Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (MODU) was in the final stages of pulling the Blowout Preventer (BOP). The BOP was being lifted the last metre to gain clearance... Read more
24 May 2011
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990 1 pdf Three joints had been made-up to 40,000 ftlbs of torque. When making up the fourth connection, the driller reached approximately 25,000 ftlbs when part of the tong fractured and fell... Read more
24 May 2011

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