The energy sector has experienced significant challenges in terms of prices, demand, supply, investment, and a variety of other issues. Some oil and gas companies have been able to resume normal operations now that the COVID-19 vaccine is widely available, but getting back to pre-pandemic normalcy hasn't been easy for everyone.
Education is essential in preventing winter weather-related injuries. Consider the following recommendations to prevent slip and fall injuries.
To prevent injuries and illness as a result of winter weather, it’s important to learn about the causes, symptoms, and safety considerations to take so you are prepared to handle winter’s worst. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), there is no exact temperature at which the environment becomes hazardous. Instead, factors such as low temperatures, wind speed, and wetness contribute to cold-induced injuries and illness.
In the event of extended loss of power or water; or in the event of extraordinary heat spells, storms, or other extreme events an energy efficient home is more likely to be a healthier home and a safer home.
Making simple changes in your workplace can save energy and resources, and help preserve the environment. This article lists some easy ways to conserve.
Oil and Gas companies are investing in research and development as well as new technology to find ways to reduce their carbon footprint and produce the cleanest oil and natural gas possible. Read on to get more information on what a comprehensive ESG program includes.
Educate your oil and gas workers about the dangers of working with flammable and combustible liquids with this safety talk.
Handrails, guardrails, stairways, walkways and ladders are installed during the rigging up process for safety and easy access to other areas of the site. Though these objects provide ease of use, they also present hazards. Reduce your workers' risk of injury with these safety suggestions.
Workers performing hot work are exposed to the risk of fire from the ignition of flammable or combustible materials, from leaks of flammable gas and from hot work equipment. To reduce your workers' risk of injury, consider these safety recommendations.
It's important to educate your oil and gas workers about the dangers of working with flammable and combustible liquids with this safety talk.