It's important to educate your oil and gas workers about the dangers of working with flammable and combustible liquids with this safety talk.
In a continued effort to prevent oil discharges from reaching navigable waters and adjoining shorelines, the EPA made several clarifications and changes to the decades-old SPCC Rule. The following provides an overview of the basics of the SPCC Rule while highlighting important modifications.
Proper maintenance prevents premature equipment failure, which may cause injuries or fatalities. Drilling equipment is subjected to stress and vibration during operations. Because of this, maintenance is a necessary and ongoing activity on the drilling site.
Underground storage tank systems can be potentially hazardous, so all systems storing petroleum or certain hazardous substances are federally regulated. Read this article for everything you need know about USTs and regulations that could impact your company.
Nearly half a million workers are currently employed in the US oil and gas extraction industry, and that number is on the rise as the world’s demand for energy continues to grow. This increase means more risks for well operators as they struggle to keep up with demand. Fortunately, there are many types of coverages available to help mitigate these risks.
The oil and gas industry can be a dangerous field for workers and the environment. That’s why employers must institute rigorous safety standards and communicate with employees to ensure those standards are understood and implemented. Safety managers will be more effective if they follow these simple steps.
Small changes can add up to big savings. Maximize your home’s energy efficiency and reduce the size of your monthly bill with this checklist.
Safety on the job site is something all employees should take seriously – nothing less than the future of your family is at stake. An on-the-job accident could very easily disable you, leaving security and future plans up in the air.