OPINION: Where helicopter safety is concerned, regulations matter

OPINION: Where helicopter safety is concerned, regulations matter

From ENERGY VOICE: OPINION: Where helicopter safety is concerned, regulations matter Written by Andrew Warner – 09/07/2018 6:00 am Helicopter safety has been big news in 2018, with passengers, community members, unions and politicians justifiably demanding that safety standards in the North Sea are kept to the highest level. When accidents happen the results can be tragic, soRead more about OPINION: Where helicopter safety is concerned, regulations matter[…]

Offshore platform fire investigation questions  if NOPSEMA” is a toothless tiger” ?

Offshore platform fire investigation questions if NOPSEMA” is a toothless tiger” ?

FROM ABC News- Australia Offshore petroleum regulator slammed at Senate inquiry with claims worker safety is at risk ABC Gippsland By Emma Field Updated yesterday at 6:39pm        “At Senate inquiry hearings into worker safety in the offshore petroleum industry in Victoria this week, unions labelled the National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA)Read more about Offshore platform fire investigation questions if NOPSEMA” is a toothless tiger” ?[…]

Piper Alpha: How many regulators does the North Sea really need? Written by Jeremy Cresswell

Piper Alpha: How many regulators does the North Sea really need? Written by Jeremy Cresswell

From ENERGY VOICE Piper Alpha: How many regulators does the North Sea really need? Written by Jeremy Cresswell – 09/07/2018 7:00 am Yesterday I did not put the link in this post. In this story Jeremy Cresswell reflects on his conversation with Steve Rae, a Piper Alpha survivor, who just returned to the North Sea after a stintRead more about Piper Alpha: How many regulators does the North Sea really need? Written by Jeremy Cresswell[…]

People often say they remember where they were when they heard President Kennedy was shot

People often say they remember where they were when they heard President Kennedy was shot

The Chemical Engineer Journal, 2 July 2018 2nd July 2018 Article by Conor Crowley IChemE Fellow and Process Safety Team Lead Aberdeen, Atkins         Conor Crowley shares how the fateful night of 6 July 1988 shaped his career as a Process Safety Consultant and how his perspective has been enriched during the lastRead more about People often say they remember where they were when they heard President Kennedy was shot[…]

From the SUN: Devastating pics show Piper Alpha disaster

From the SUN: Devastating pics show Piper Alpha disaster

WE WILL NEVER FORGET  Devastating pics show Piper Alpha disaster that rocked Britain 30 years ago The tragedy saw 167 oil workers lose their lives after a series of blasts destroyed the North Sea oil platform – sending an accommodation block plunging into the waters By Carl Stroud- The SUN 2nd July 2018, 1:02 pm Updated:Read more about From the SUN: Devastating pics show Piper Alpha disaster[…]

Piper Alpha: It was too dangerous to keep diving Written by Stephen Walsh – 02/07/2018 7:45 am

Piper Alpha: It was too dangerous to keep diving Written by Stephen Walsh – 02/07/2018 7:45 am

From Energy Voice : “The first government official on the scene after Piper Alpha exploded still remembers the smell of the burning paint that greeted him when he landed on the nearest support vessel. Frank Murray was on leave from his job as Her Majesty’s principal inspector for diving when his young son woke himRead more about Piper Alpha: It was too dangerous to keep diving Written by Stephen Walsh – 02/07/2018 7:45 am[…]