Maintaining a fleet of vehicles is a critical part of any business operation. Not only do vehicles need to be in good working order to transport goods and personnel, but they also need to meet safety standards. That’s why a vehicle inspection checklist is necessary. Fleet inspection is an important part of the supply chain […]
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Without a robust risk management system like that laid out by ISO 31000 standards, you’ll also be yet another figure suffering from critical risk events.
A job safety analysis (JSA) is a procedure that helps integrate health and safety practices into a particular job operation or task. The ultimate goal of a job safety analysis (sometimes referred to as job hazard analysis), is to recognize potential risks and/or hazards in each stage of a task that workers must complete. Supervisors […]
“No matter where you work or what you do for a living, there is a chance that you will get injured on the job.” Work Injury Source, Workplace Injury Statistics In 1894, a solicitor slipped on a turnip at work, fell, and sued his employers for the equivalent of $2,000. A true story that’s still […]
14 people die every day from workplace injuries. The average number of days a worker needs to take off due to workplace health issues is eight. One of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions comes from industrial and commercial businesses like yours, and costs associated with producing poor quality products can often be between […]
Health, safety and environment (HSE) is a huge concern in the oil and gas industry. Safety fails in the industry might have fatal consequences, and during the last couple of years, there have been some devastating accidents in the oil and gas industry. These accidents have devastating outcomes both for the environment, the economy and […]
Streamlining reporting from the employees in the oil and gas industry by using mobile reporting systems might save environment, money, lives and secure an overall safer oil and gas industry The time is 9.45 pm in an April day like every other on the platform Deepwater Horizon in the Mexico Gulf. 126 employees were on […]