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Remember when Johnny hurt himself? For the billionth time? It’s one thing to have to deal with Johnny’s antics in the moment, but we don’t always consider the continuing time consumption that happens post-accident. Human Resources gets involved and let’s hope Johnny doesn’t need workman’s compensation. Having your field be down one man doesn’t help, either. And of course, lingering off in the distance is the next accident, just waiting to throw off your timeline.
It doesn’t have to be this way. A better observation management process could have prevented Johnny from slipping on those steps long ago. Learning from your mistakes, you’ve implemented Wellsite Report (WSR) and now your team is reporting safety incidents and concerns more than ever. Now what? Following up on incidents takes time and resources. What’s the best way to ensure your team understands root causes, preventative measures, and keeping track of the process? We’ll show you best practices to stay engaged with your team without wasting time.
Incident Management is crucial to this process, and at Wellsite Report, we’ve streamlined the process so it’s easier than ever to hold everyone accountable for their roles in preventing future incidents. With WSR, you have what you need to dig down to the root cause of each incident and take action to make your work site safer.
It’s easy, it’s intuitive, it’s fast. And for the first time in years, you aren’t worrying about Johnny.
Check out our second webinar on observation management, WSR 101: Incident Management and Technology, to understand the process and importance of a streamlined incident management system!
As Hurricane Ida made landfall on August 29, it hit Port Fourchon with 150-mph winds. According to portfourchon.com, the seaport is the base of operations for 250 companies: It’s home to the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP), which handles 10 to 15% of the nation’s domestic oil, as well as 10 to 15% of […]
Did your inventory magically disappear? Or, perhaps the equipment that was due last week is still not in the field? Vinodkumar Raghothamarao, Director of IHS Markit EMEA states, “Oil and gas companies need to focus…on the non-hydrocarbon supply chains that handle the parts, materials and services required to run the business. The non-hydrocarbon supply chain […]
With rig counts and drilling permits on the rise, pipeline construction and expansion isn’t far behind. According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS.gov), the mileage of natural gas pipelines has grown from 1,377,320 miles in 2000 to 1,645,101 miles in 2020, a 16% increase. Likewise, miles of oil pipelines have increased from 158,248 in […]
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