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Forsan Rig 444 Collapse
Forsan Rig 444 Collapse
Key Energy Services - May 26, 2009

Slideshow of collapse.

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Tripping in Hole
Tripping in Hole
Unknown Co. - April 10, 2009

At approximately 745 meters into the hold, the drill string hit a bridge and became hung up.

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Home-made tool causes fracture of left scapula
Home-made tool causes fracture of left scapula
ConocoPhillips - March 27, 2009

While running 1" pipe in the 13-3/8" x 9-5/8" casing annulus, the 1" pipe encountered an obstruction at approximately 90' from surface. The IP began turning the 1" pipe to work past the obstruction. Shortly after the IP began turning the 1" pipe, a 2" Tee weighing approximately 25

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Four Corners Safety Network Equipment Move Task Force
Four Corners Safety Network Equipment Move Task Force
Unknown Co. - February 10, 2009

Route Survey Initiative

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Moving Equipment Around Utility Lines
Moving Equipment Around Utility Lines
Unknown Co. - December 4, 2008

In the past year, the Oil & Gas Industry within New Mexico and Colorado has experienced a number of serious incidents involving mobile equipment contacting High Voltage Overhead Power Lines. Two separate fatality cases involving contact with electric lines occurred in New Mexico on October13th and November 26th, 2007.

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New Mexico OSHA Fall Newslettter
New Mexico OSHA Fall Newslettter
NM OSHA Update - December 1, 2008

OSHA's Proposed Rule on Cranes and Derricks in Construction

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Guiding Principles for Vehicles on Wellsites
Guiding Principles for Vehicles on Wellsites
BP - November 20, 2008

Over the past few months, a number of incidents have occurred in the basin in which wellsite piping and pipeline tie-ins have been struck by vehicles, resulting in uncontrolled gas releases. Fortunately, none of these have ignited or resulted in injury to anyone but, if they continue, it is obviously just a matter of time until a release finds an ignition source. As a result, I would like to make BP is sure everyone is aware of expectations relative to the vehicle paths on BP locations. Due to the variety of wellsite and road layouts, no single set of "rules" can be put in place but, rather, a set of guiding principles can be applied to the way we conduct ourselves.

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Bails Incident
Bails Incident
Unknown Co. - November 12, 2008

Bails strike an IP on the side of the head knocking off his hard hat and caused a laceration to the side of the head.

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Fatal Incident Actions Required
Fatal Incident Actions Required
Unknown Co. - October 28, 2008

A contractor employee was backed over by a reversing side-mounted telescopic boom fork lift.

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Text Messaging While Driving
Text Messaging While Driving
Unknown Co. - October 10, 2008

Can You Tell Which Accident Was Caused By A Drunk Driver & Which One Was Caused By Text Messaging While Driving?

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