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Piper Alpha - Remembering Those Who Lost Their Lives 32 Years Ago

Today marks 32 years since the Piper Alpha tragedy which took the lives of 167 men including two crewmen of a rescue vessel. 61 workers did escape and survive after an explosion and oil and gas fires ravaged the platform. At the time of the…
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HOT JOB - OHS Regulatory Specialist, Melbourne/Perth

National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) Full time Flexible working conditions Competitive remuneration package Generous superannuation and annual leave of five weeks Make a difference. Contribute…
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It's Time to Talk - HSE People teams up with manUP speakUP to talk about mental health

  There has never been a more important time to focus on Mental Health and encouraging people to be open about how they are feeling. HSE People is excited to work with Mike Scotland the founder of manUP speakUP to help raise the…
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Operational Excellent & Risk Management Summit - Exclusive Interview

Exclusive interview with BP’s Global Risk Manager and Director of Human Performance on Human Performance and Risk Management at BP. Both leaders share their insights on how the global giant is establishing a Human Performance framework and…
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Introducing the PPE Safety Showcase Newsletter

Following on from the immense success and great feedback that we have received regarding Salus our monthly e-magazine, we have decided to launch a monthly product newsletter focusing on PPE. The PPE Safety Showcase will highlight head-to-toe…
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Offshore crew safety requires a fresh perspective on emergency response

Opinion by Philip StrongCEO, Reflex Marine A self-propelled hyperbaric lifeboat in water during trial The dispute between BP and some other industry stakeholders on policy for lifeboat drills raises a range of issues, some broader…
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CSB calls for new onshore drilling rules after blowout kills five - Article by Adam Duckett

CSB CSB has called for new guidance on improving cabin safety, including escape routes for trapped workers THE US Chemical Safety Board (CSB) has urged regulators to develop safety standards for onshore oil and gas drillers, and address…
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Gas leak at Mossmorran plant in Fife prompts safety probe

The UK government’s safety watchdog has launched an investigation into a prolonged leak of highly flammable gas at ExxonMobil’s petrochemical complex at Mossmorran in Fife. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) told The Ferret that ethane…