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Tulsa Driver Electrocuted by Power Lines
Tulsa Driver Electrocuted by Power Lines
Unknown Co. - February 11, 2009

The driver of an 18-wheeled transport truck from Stone Trucking was electrocuted Tuesday morning.

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Beyond the Root Cause - Analyzing Safety Incidents
Beyond the Root Cause - Analyzing Safety Incidents
Unknown Co. - February 10, 2009

Analyzing incidents and safety philosophy to achieve Target Zero. Description of the Incident, Incident Analysis Process Results, Digging Deeper Why?

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Exterran-Vehicle Incident Review
Exterran-Vehicle Incident Review
Unknown Co. - February 10, 2009

Being in a hurry (not putting on chains) can cause a serious incident and people pain/suffering. A run-through of incident and future preventive measures.

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Well Control Incident
Well Control Incident
Unknown Co. - December 15, 2008

What can happen when you unset a retrievable bridge plug and don't have enough weight above it?

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Man crushed by falling BOP -  FATALITY
Man crushed by falling BOP - FATALITY
Unknown Co. - December 2, 2008

Rig hands were preparing an adaptor spool for mounting a single BOP.

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Pulsation Dampener Incident
Pulsation Dampener Incident
Unknown Co. - December 2, 2008

A pulsation dampener (970Kg) was about to be lifted into position onto the mudpump following recent 5-yearly inspection and re-certification onshore.

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Static Electric Discharge Causes Fire
Static Electric Discharge Causes Fire
Unknown Co. - December 2, 2008

A fire and series of explosions occurred in a chemical distribution facility.

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Strained Wrist Fencing Incident
Strained Wrist Fencing Incident
Unknown Co. - August 15, 2008

A new 6" post was placed in the new hole manually and had an estimated weight of 160 to 180 lbs. After being placed in the hole it was found that the hole was slightly too deep and the normal work plan would be to raise the post slightly and shovel in dirt around it. Instead the post was completely removed by one person. As the post was removed the individual stepped back into the 4 inch deep previous hole and his right foot entered this hole causing him to fall. As he fell he was attempting to keep the post stable with him and his elbow contacted the ground first with the post landing on the wrist. The individual was transported to Animas Emergency Physicians in Durango where initial X-rays were taken that did not indicate fracture. The individual was prescribed pain medication and light duty.

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Anadarko, Dropped Blocks June 2, 2009, Incident Review
Anadarko, Dropped Blocks June 2, 2009, Incident Review
Unknown Co. - August 13, 2008

A well servicing pole unit was on the Wayne Cleveland "C" 5 to change out the wellhead. When the pole was approximately 1' away from the headache rack, the chain used to secure the traveling block failed unexpectedly. The pole slowly descended to the headache rack due to the winch line moving through the cable pulley system. Due to the release of tension on the drill line the upper pole section scoped out approximately 1.5'.

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Oil Pipeline Tubing Failure
Oil Pipeline Tubing Failure
Unknown Co. - August 7, 2008

Oil Pipeline Tubing Failure. The Atlantis Facility had an incident occur when the stainless steel tubing attached to the Oil Pipeline Pump case vent fractured and parted, resulting in the loss of containment of approximately 193 bbls of treated crude oil.

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