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پاورپوینت Cultivating Safety in the Oil and Gas Industry

پاورپوینت Cultivating Safety in the Oil and Gas Industry دسته: صنایع نفت و گاز
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Cultivating Safety in the Oil and Gas Industry Craig A Halpern CSP CPE ARM Risk Control Manager IMA of Colorado Cross Roads of Accident Statistics

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Cultivating Safety in the

Oil and Gas Industry

Craig A. Halpern, CSP, CPE, ARM

Risk Control Manager - IMA of Colorado

Cross Roads of Accident Statistics

What the Newspaper’s Tell Us

High County News

“Fatalities in the energy fields: 2000-2006”

April 2, 2007 by Ray Ring

“At least 89 people died on the job in the Interior West’s oil and gas industry from 2000 to 2006, in a variety of accidents, including 90-foot falls, massive explosions, poison gas inhalations and crushings by safety harnesses.”

High County News

“Fatalities in the energy fields: 2000-2006”

April 2, 2007 by Ray Ring

•“Ricky Erb, 19 11/27/06 Schneider Energy Services
Head injury, blown out of 5-foot hole when a reportedly 40-year-old pipeline Pending ruptured. He and rest of crew were using a cutting tool to open the pipeline, and they didn’t expect it to contain pressurized gas.

•Jacob Farmer, 19 11/16/06 Leed Energy Services Inc.
Struck by falling pulley on a well-servicing rig. The victim’s father works in oil and gas. Pending • •Phillip Smith, 44 11/6/06 Easy Street Crane Service
Crushed by truck. Pending

High County News

“Fatalities in the energy fields: 2000-2006”

April 2, 2007 by Ray Ring

•Joshua Arvidson, 24 1/25/06 Calfrac Well Services Ltd.
Engulfed by 40,000 pounds of sand in a storage bin. $27,825 • •Zac Mitchek, 42 11/25/05 Patterson-UTI Drilling Co.

Electrocuted while doing maintenance on a light plant for a drill rig. $11,900

•Larry Hill, 42 11/7/05 Union Drilling Inc.
Fell 55 feet from platform on drill-rig derrick while handling hoisted drill pipes. OSHA said the company did not ensure that the worker was using proper fall-protection gear. $19,990

High County News

“Fatalities in the energy fields: 2000-2006”

April 2, 2007 by Ray Ring

•David A. Vickers Jr. (age not provided) 6/27/06 MarMc Transportation Inc.
Run over by a forklift while working with a crew moving a drill rig; he was resting in the shade of the forklift, and a truck driver (not the forklift driver) hopped on it and drove forward. The company had just been cited by Wyoming OSHD for inadequate forklift training. $1,800 • •Shane L. Judd, 41 6/9/06 DHS Drilling Company
Fell 90 feet from top of a rig’s derrick. He hadn’t hooked up his fall-protection device. Investigators noted the crew was pulling long work shifts, drilling in the rain; the ambulance took 45 minutes to reach the remote site. $3,150

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برچسب ها : Cultivating Safety in the , Oil and Gas Industry , Craig A Halpern CSP CPE ARM , Risk Control Manager IMA of Colorado , Cross Roads of Accident Statistics

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