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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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983 1 pdf Mudskips (DCB type) were being unloaded from a lorry when 1 on the forks of the forklift truck and 1 on the lorry trailer fell onto the yard surface. This was casued by the lifting sling... Read more
12 May 2011
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982 1 pdf Two wire rope crane pennants which had been manufactured using a procedure known as Flemish eye splice have been identified by the manufacturer as faulty, after a failure in service. The... Read more
12 May 2011
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981 1 pdf An offshore supply vessel was in port for tank cleaning of its mud and base oil tanks prior to taking on board a fresh cargo. The base oil was a combustible liquid with a flash point of 75°... Read more
12 May 2011
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980 1 pdf HSE have issued the following warning regarding the equipment noted above. "The fixed rail vertical fall arrest system type 0529.7102 manufactured by the German company HACA Leitern has... Read more
12 May 2011
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Lagging was removed from the Glycol exchanger and contaminated insulation bagged and placed into sealed drums. Approximately 5 hours later one of the drums was opened to receive further bags of... Read more
12 May 2011
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A mud hose was received from shore plant to the aft manifold of a vessel. The correctness of colour coding and text on the line was not checked properly by the deck crew. When the bridge asked for... Read more
12 May 2011
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A vessel had just completed a rig move, the last PCP had been handed back to the crane and clearance was given to leave location and proceed back to port. Deck crew began to clear the deck and orders... Read more
12 May 2011
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977 1 pdf During routine checks an Oxygen quad was found connected to a compressor seal system instead of Nitrogen. - The Oxygen Quad had been dispatched in error from the supplier who had been given... Read more
12 May 2011
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976 2 pdf 976 1 pdf In the first incident the IP received a fluid injection injury while using the original version of the pinlet adaptor, which while being held while under pressure suffered a... Read more
12 May 2011
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975 2 pdf 975 1 pdf On the 28th of August an FPSO Crew member (Mechanic Technician) suffered an open fracture to his right arm, severe damage to his hand/ thumb and further lacerations when he became... Read more
12 May 2011

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