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Safety in the oil & gas industry

Moving From Compliance to Culture


Objectives

 How safety is viewed in the industry  The difference in mindset between oil & gas and other industries  How to prepare


Compliance vs. Culture Safety is a daily effort and part of every task  JSAs  Stop Work Authority  Short Service Employees


Safety as a way of life

 Driving on and off site  Out of site, still on the mind

 Driving in the community  Where are they – do they see you on their time

 Job Planning (Hours of work time / drive time)


Common terminology  ISNetworld  MSQ & RAVs

 PEC  SSQ & SafeLand

 OSHA Frequency Rate  Experience Mod / Xmod


MSQ (Management system questionnaire)                  

Abrasive Blasting Access to Medical Records Accident Investigation Asbestos Exposure Control Benzene Exposure Control Bloodborne Pathogens Confined Space – Awareness Confined Space – Attendant Confined Space – Entrant Confined Space – Rescuer Confined Space – Supervisor CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) Craft Skills Cranes – Offshore Cranes – Onshore Defensive Driving Disciplinary Program Electrical Safety

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Emergency Action/Response Plan Fall Protection Fire Fighting - Incipient First Aid Forklift Ground Fault Protection Hazard Assessment and Communication Hearing Conservation Heavy Equipment and Machinery Operation Hazardous Materials Awareness Hot Work Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Hydro Blasting Journey/Travel Management Lead Exposure Control Lockout/Tagout Affected Lockout/Tagout Authorized


Safety Program Review


Specific Program Reviews


Insurance reviews


Random Site Inspections Do you know what’s going on at your work sites? Vehicle Searches Personnel Searches Property Seizure Drug Testing


How to prepare

 Get yourself set up with ISNetworld

 Update your safety programs

 Update and review your safety training

 Conduct training that includes the “why”, not just the must


OSHA Frequency Rates & X Mods  What is your OSHA frequency rate?  Do your employees know?  Is it better or worse than the industry average Ask yourself the same questions about your OSHA Severity Rate and Xmod


Drug Testing Programs How do you measure up? Pre employment Post accident Random Reasonable Cause Return to Duty


Training Do your employees have either of these trainings? ď‚ĄOSHA 10 Hour Training (General Industry) ď‚ĄSafeLand Training


Excelling in safety Taking safety to the next level: Get employees involved Obtain feedback Make the goal continuous improvement Reward excellence


Incident Investigation

 Worker Injury  Property Damage  Near Miss


Behavioral Based Safety

 Program  Training  Observations


Conclusion  Safety is a process that is part of everything done in the workplace  There is always time for safety  Compliance with OSHA is the minimum allowed by law, not the best practice

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