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Struck Against (Equipment Damage)
Struck Against (Equipment Damage)
Concord - February 12, 2008

While moving to a new location, the route required maneuvering the equipment through 2 other locations to reach their destination.

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Caught Between Ladder & Steel
Caught Between Ladder & Steel
Concord - February 12, 2008

Derrickman unknowingly placed his hand into the line of fire.

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BOP Lifting Incident
BOP Lifting Incident
Unknown Co. - February 11, 2008

The operator was preparing to pull up on the BOP Engineered Lifting Device to eliminate trip hazard. As he was doing this the other Floorhand removed the remaining BOP bolds and did not inform anyone.

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Lost Workday Case
Lost Workday Case
Unknown Co. - February 6, 2008

The winch line on a completion rig was being moved from its resting place. When the operator engaged the winch to pickup on the winch line, it became hooked on the operator's platform.

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Numerous Workers Observed Jumping from Heights
Numerous Workers Observed Jumping from Heights
Unknown Co. - February 6, 2008

Already, in 2008, there have been 3 separate observations of people jumping from heights. This is a cause of concern.

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Unit Fire Caused by Condensate Released from Pressure Relief Valve Vent Line
Unit Fire Caused by Condensate Released from Pressure Relief Valve Vent Line
Exterran - February 6, 2008

On December 30, 2007, a fire occurred due to a condensate (natural gas liquid that is flammable) be released from a pressure relief valve (PRV) vent line which formed a puddle on the compressor unit skid and sprayed the engine.

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Confusing winch controls result in a line break on rig move
Confusing winch controls result in a line break on rig move
Unknown Co. - December 15, 2007

An experienced rig up driver was asked to drive a similar (but different) truck than what he was used to. The winch controls on the new truck worked in the opposite direction from his old truck, so when he went to release the winch line, it instead tightened, breaking the line at the OSH knot.

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Avoid Interconnection Danger
Avoid Interconnection Danger
none - December 2, 2007

Safety & Technical Alert. Avoiding the Danger of Interconnecting the 2" Figure 602 and 1002 Female Sub with a 2" Figure 1502 Wing Nut

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“Can we connect this to that?”
"Can we connect this to that?"
Anson - December 2, 2007

Over the years Anson has been asked on numerous occasions "Can we connect this to that?", for example "4" Fig. 1502 sour service 10,000 p.s.i. union at 15,000 p.s.i.?"

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New 2” Fig. 602 Union
New 2" Fig. 602 Union
Anson - December 2, 2007

It is possible for some unions with different Figure Numbers (and hence Pressure Rating) to be screwed together.

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