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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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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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A subcontractor sustained a serious cut to finger which required 5 stitches when carrying out an unauthorised activity (cutting holes in a hose with a personal knife) Read more
12 May 2011
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960 2 pdf 960 1 pdf Whilst bundling 9.5/8 casing a contracted operative attempted to turn the bundle to allow placement on trailer. He placed his right hand on the bundle and the tubulars shifted... Read more
12 May 2011
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959 1 pdf When handling a “Waste Cube” offshore from one deck to another, a member of the deck crew spotted a piece of rusty flat bar hanging down from the base of the unit. Crane operations were... Read more
12 May 2011
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Immediate causes:  Lack of adequate rotary speed control;  Rotary operator continued with speed control lever fully engaged (unaware of rotary speed);  No rotary mechanical lock;  Inadequate... Read more
12 May 2011
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12 May 2011
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955 4 pdf 955 3 pdf 955 3 pdf 955 2 pdf 955 1 pdf Two Hose Assemblies failed while in Service. All Hose Assemblies were returned to Hydrasun for Inspection. No personnel were injured in the incident. Read more
12 May 2011

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