Safety in Oil Industry in Petroleum

Health and safety is an important part of any industry, but particularly so in the offshore sector, which is classed as a major hazards industry.

Reducing the number of dangerous occurrences, injuries and hydrocarbon releases remains a top priority and is a key focus of the industry’s absolute commitment to continually improving process safety standards. No other industry puts more effort into improving its safety performance through leadership, communication and co-operation.

Transparent reporting of safety performance and learning from accidents and incidents is achieved through information sharing at many industry safety forums. The industry recognises the importance of joined-up working and engages the workforce and trade unions through offshore safety committees and onshore networks.

  • Risk Assessment
  • Work-Related Roadway Crashes
  • Oil Well Derrick Stability
  • Potential Flammability Hazard
  • Walking and Working Surfaces and Fall Protection
  • Permit-Required Confined Space Entry
  • Ergonomics and Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • High Pressure Lines and Equipment
  • Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)
  • Barrier Guard for Drawworks Drum at Oil Drilling Sites
  • Education, Training and Professionalism
  • Planning and Prevention

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