Winter is the time of year when cold weather hinders refinery operations, pipelines, and railways. The winter weather creates a number of obstacles for these things to do their job […]Read More
Welding is dangerous in many different ways, due to the fact that it may involve work on rigs or operating in the field. Welding hazards can appear at any time and anywhere.
Welders working in the oil and gas sector require personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect themselves from harm. Welders on long-distance pipelines and rigs can work 10-12 hour days, which means their PPE must be both safe and comfortable to wear for extended periods of time.
Every day, energy employees face hazardous situations. According to OSHA, the oil and gas sector employs more than 450,000 people in extraction and support—oil and gas workers have the most fall-related injuries, with a rate of 148.9 severe injuries per 100,000 employees.
What are some things we can do to make work sites safer?
The natural gas and oil industry is an important source of jobs in the United States. IHS projects that 1.9 million direct job opportunities will be available through 2035, with nearly one million of those being semi-skilled and skilled craft trades positions. With this many potential career opportunities on offer, it’s no wonder that so many people are turning to careers in energy as a means for financial stability and success.Read More
You never know when the cut-resistant gloves you wear will be your saving grace. Cut-resistant gloves can help protect your hands and fingers from accidents that could otherwise cause significant injury to them. But not all cut-resistant gloves are created equal. It’s important to understand the difference between cut resistance and cut protection to ensure that you’re choosing the right type of glove for your work environment.Read More
Confined spaces are a part of nearly every industry. And, due to their nature, workers entering confined spaces must exercise a high degree of caution and take extra steps to ensure their safety.Read More