In these days and times, knowing what we know, with most cars buzzing or beeping until the seat belt is fastened, why on earth would anyone choose to drive or ride without the obvious and easy protection that safety belts provide?
A natural gas explosion that killed a 12-year-old girl and injured four others in Dallas earlier this year wasn’t the only one that rocked that neighborhood, according to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), which is investigating the incidents.
Several case studies in this eBook point out organizational safety and health cultures, and the use of new safety and health technologies. The issues of vehicle safety, distracted driving, job stress and fatigue are covered in a dramatic, real-life story from West Texas.
Welcome to ISHN’s third volume of feature articles and sponsored content pertaining to oil and gas industry safety. Safety and health professionals benefit and improve their safety programs by absorbing the best practices used in the oil and gas business.
OSHA has conducted a special enforcement program in the North Dakota oil fields due to the high number of serious injuries and fatalities. In this eBook we list the most common OSHA violations, and you’ll see they are not exclusive to the oil and gas industry.<
In recent years, the oil and gas industry has been perhaps the most dynamic realm of the occupational safety and health world. This results from the many and varied health and safety risks confronting workers and operations.