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Fall From Winch Truck Bed Fractured Wrist
Fall From Winch Truck Bed Fractured Wrist
ConocoPhillips - October 15, 2010

On 10/15/10, a contract employee was obtaining fittings out of a pipe basket positioned on the surface of a winch truck bed. The employee stepped backward too far, lost balance, and fell off the truck bed onto the ground. The fall resulted in a fractured right wrist.

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$1.2 million OSHA fine for hiding injuries and illnesses
$1.2 million OSHA fine for hiding injuries and illnesses
Unknown Co. - September 2, 2010

OSHA fines over one-million dollars have become more common. But here's one with a twist: It's not for workplace hazards - it's for recordkeeping violations.

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Tank Welding - High Potential Incident
Tank Welding - High Potential Incident
IADC - March 1, 2010

Tubing was being laid down and "rabbited" on the pipe rack. ("Rabbit" means to run a device (small plug) through a pipe or tubing to clean or test for obstructions.) To "speed up" the operation the rig personnel decided to blow the rabbit through the tubing with rig air (120 psi).

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Rabbiting Tubing With Rig Air Results In An MTO
Rabbiting Tubing With Rig Air Results In An MTO
IADC - March 1, 2010

Welding on the tank with potential explosive atmosphere. The tank itself had not been purged. The tank lid was still closed and secured in place. The contents of the tank had not been emptied nor cleaned prior to the welding taking place. The welder was not aware of the tank contents.

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Injection of Hydraulic Fluid
Injection of Hydraulic Fluid
One Steel Recycling - November 16, 2009

An incident at a business external to OneSteel serves as a timely reminder that WE must be on the look out for potential hazards and risks around working with Hydraulic Fluid under pressure.

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Four Corners Safety Network, Equipment Move Task Force Expectations for Moving Equipment Safely
Four Corners Safety Network, Equipment Move Task Force Expectations for Moving Equipment Safely
Exterran / Henry Production - November 4, 2009

Only personnel properly licensed and trained shall operate the motor vehicle. Every driver must ensure that their vehicle is in safe operating condition prior to operation.

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Break Cleaner Safety
Break Cleaner Safety
Unknown Co. - August 31, 2009

Common cleaners can turn into poison gas. Heat from welding for example, can cause create hydrogen chloride and phosphine. Phosphine can be fatal at only four parts per million.

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Back to School Traffic Safety
Back to School Traffic Safety
BP - August 18, 2009

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA), 28 percent of all pedestrians injured in traffic crashes in 2005 were 15 or younger.

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Toys and Snakes
Toys and Snakes
Unknown Co. - June 9, 2009

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Worker Fatality While Moving a Suspended Load
Worker Fatality While Moving a Suspended Load
Unknown Co. - June 4, 2009

A swamper was walking behind the pole truck in the "danger zone" and tripped as the truck was backing up with the load. The worker was fatally injured when the vehicle drove over him.

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