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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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The retention plate threads for a mud pump pulsation dampener bladder were found to have been damaged in the dampener body and the pulsation dampener was sent to shore for repair. Shortly after being... Read more
12 May 2011
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Piping, manifolds and a production pipeline were being prepared to be flushed with water to allow for inspection and replacement of a section of piping. During attempts to open a valve on a... Read more
12 May 2011
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During a routine helicopter refuelling operation on the helideck, using an Avery Hardoll HUMY 431 A2 BDR pressure refuel coupling, the coupling parted at the centre filter connection when the pilot... Read more
12 May 2011
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Sea Bin positioned on deck in close proximity to gas quad. After opening sea bin IP leaned in to remove equipment. Safety catch mechanism was assumed to have been engaged but had not been (IP had... Read more
12 May 2011
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967 1 pdf A general PM inspection of the PRS revealed a loose rubber bumper. It was decided to tighten the retaining bolts. The necessary WP, SJA and TBT procedures for the task were carried out... Read more
12 May 2011
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966 2 pdf 966 1 pdf An operator was removing metal transportation straps on a coil. He removed the first three and had started on the fourth when it broke after which the remaining 3-4 straps also... Read more
12 May 2011
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During investigation it was observed that the air-powered drill was connected directly to platform service air without the required pressure/moisture regulator. The hose connection to the tool showed... Read more
12 May 2011
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During backloading operations the final container lift was connected to the crane whipline via an 8 metre long pennant and lifted down to the supply vessel. The load was successfully landed on the... Read more
12 May 2011
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963 1 pdf A near miss incident recently occurred during routine operations to plug and abandon a well. An attempt by a third party (non-Halliburton) company to cut the 7” casing using a Radial... Read more
12 May 2011
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962 4 pdf 962 3 pdf 962 2 pdf 962 1 pdf During an audit, a wall fixing screw for an Emergency Stop button in a workshop area was found to be missing. Whilst pointing this out to an electrician the... Read more
12 May 2011

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