UNIONS are calling for the National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority
COMPANIES sending their workers out to remote locations face many challenges in ensuring safety, due
THE installation of lifeboats on offshore platforms can be a deceptively tricky business, requiring favourable
STATOIL has entered into an agreement with Wenaas that will be northern Europe's largest contract in
A $45 MILLION aeromedical support contract with Northern Territory government charity CareFlight will
MILITANT group Hamas reportedly fired two rockets at the Noa well offshore Israel yesterday.
SEVAN Drilling has halted operations at its Gulf of Mexico Sevan Louisiana rig due to a control system
THE UK North Sea's largest independent oil producer has achieved an aggregate 11 years without a lost
GLOBAL safety and certification organisation Lloyd's Register Energy will be challenging companies at
THE US Occupational Safety and Health Administration has stepped up an "enforcement emphasis program"
A COLLABORATION between the UK Civil Aviation Authority and manufacturer Survitec, called Step Change
AN INVESTIGATION by the Petroleum Safety Authority of Norway into a leak at Statoil's Statfjord C platform
WESTERN Australia's opposition is calling for a parliamentary inquiry into suicides by fly-in, fly-out
THE progression of fighting towards the north in Iraq has led oil and gas companies in the region to
EMERGENCY services personnel from nine US states have taken part in a Norfolk Southern-sponsored crude-by-rail
BEHAVIOURAL change consultancy Optimus Seventh Generation has won two contracts to provide safety leadership