The Safety Committee has chosen eight nominations for the IADC Safety Award. IADC will be announcing one nomination every Monday per week, starting from 25 July, 2016. FIRST NOMINATION The first nomination is for Jan De Nul Australia’s “Fully Automated TSHD Mooring” system. During the dredging and reclamation works of Brisbane Airport Corporation, JDN Aust
Multicopters, unmanned aerial surveyors, can fly and take pictures in difficult-to-reach or potentially dangerous areas, improving the speed and safety of acquiring data.
UXOs underwater are everywhere and present an “invisible” threat. Discovering, removing and dismantling them is risky and should always be performed by specially trained professionals.
Building a Proactive Safety Culture Through the Use of Job Safety Analysis and Job Safety Analysis Audits
New tools for improving safety have led to a change in attitudes and an incident and injury free (IIF) culture.
Acknowledging the risk of H2S early on allows the contractor to prepare a safe work environment that includes costs for detection systems and for training crews to be alert.
Contractors’ safety management systems are better than ever, and if clients are willing to join in, they can benefit from these advances.