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FMCSA seeks feedback on proposed Carrier Fitness Determination
FMCSA Seeks Feed Back - January 20, 2016

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) today announced a rulemaking proposal designed to enhance the Agency’s ability to identify non-compliant motor carriers. The Safety Fitness Determination (SFD) Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), to be published in the Federal Register, would update FMCSA’s safety fitness rating methodology by integrating on-road safety data from inspections, along with the results of carrier investigations and crash reports, to determine a motor carrier’s overall safety fitness on a monthly basis.

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Electronic Logging Device (ELD)
Unknown Co. - December 10, 2015

the FMCSA has released their final Electronic Logging Device requirements for commercial motor vehicles. Go to Safety Alerts and Quality/Mechanical for a copy of this ruling.

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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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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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Dropped Object
Dropped Object
Unknown Co. - October 10, 2008

While rigging up the Top Drive System (TDS), a hinged work platform was lowered to access the TDS guide rails in order to check and re-torque the tension bolts. On completion of the task, the platform was not returned to its safe retracted position.

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Power Swivel  FATALITY
Power Swivel FATALITY
Unknown Co. - October 7, 2008

On the 6th May, 2008 at approximately 1205hrs a fatal incident occurred while the crew of a completions rig were making a joint on the drill floor.

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Equipment Damage
Equipment Damage
Concord - March 27, 2008

On the morning of March 12, crew prepares for a 350km rig move. 25km into the move, the Derrickhand, who was driving the picker truck pulling the CCU, noticed the CCU had detached from the hitch, and come to rest in the ditch.

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NM-Safety Harness Adjusting Latch Failure
NM-Safety Harness Adjusting Latch Failure
Unknown Co. - March 20, 2008

Employee had just climbed down out of derrick after tripping out of a hold. Upon releasing from climbing assist employee heard something drop to rig floor. Upon further inspection, found roller cam to right side torso adjusting strap of harness on the floor. Investigation in progress.

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Thread Engagement
Thread Engagement
Unknown Co. - February 25, 2008

"The normal amount of threat engagement necessary to make a joint for ANSI Standard Pipe Thread joints as recommended by Crane Co. is as follows:"

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