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Safety inspection is an important measure applied by the company to curb unsafe practices generally observed among workers at work sites.


Wear and tear is unavoidable conditions for mechanical changes; which may result in environmental hazards e.g. spillage, electrocution, etc; period inspection of operations and operator including operational areas would enhance:

  • Identification of causes at operations;
  • Self-confidence at operations;
  • Mechanical accuracy;
  • Tools safety;
  • Timely intervention to hazards; and
  • Workers cooperation at removing possible hazards



Daily operations offshore involve men and materials. Possible means of transport to and fro Personnel travelling offshore by either means must satisfy the following requirements:

  • Must have basic fire fighting experience;
  • Must not be drunk and must observe “No Smoking” regulations;
  • Must not carry firearms with him/her;
  • Must wear life jackets and ear muffs;
  • Must put on seat belts while travelling in helicopters;
  • Must not inflate the life jacket inside the aircraft; aircraft;
  • Must attend comprehensive medical check-up every indicated period; and
  • Must not be proven case of epilepsy or asthma or other ailments as per Doctors recommendation.



A Proper Training Program shall be concluded to analyze the intricacies of the job and possible hazards involved. During the training, efforts shall be made to identify psychological factors that may hinder effective operations and monitoring of trainees for compliance and implementation. Safety training is an integral part of safety operations. The aim is to equip all personnel with skills and ideas required to perform most successfully.

Safety training shall include:

  • Safety orientation;
  • Job specific training based on area analysis;
  • Basic First Aid;
  • Basic fighting and prevention;
  • Basic fighting and prevention;
  • Construction safety;
  • Evacuation Drills;
  • Helicopter Ditching/Water survival/Training;
  • Defensive Driving; and
  • Other relevant training and courses.


All training shall be recorded and outlines of the following shall be maintained.

  • Training objective.
  • Courses involved.
  • Attendee.
  • Instruction.
  • Date.
  • Period
  • Venue



A successful safety meeting should be everyone's concern. The supervisors Safety concern. The supervisors Safety Meeting is the focal point for setting standards, establishing Safety Policies, solving problems, initiating new safety plans and accountability.

Each toolbox meeting, pep talks, weekly review meetings are basic requirements for effective performance.

During projects, supervisors or safety personnel shall conduct safety meetings at their respective units for proper assimilation of facts. Issues like the current safety problems and their possible solutions, new rules and regulations can be outlined and implemented as necessary.



Each employee is part of a working team whose aim is to execute each work SAFELY AND EFFECTIVELY.

Slogans like “SAFETY RIGHT FROM SHOES” etc. are sensitive messages that keep the workers alert. Analysis of the type of accident associated with a particular job will also reveal specific hazards that are likely to be encountered. Such awareness prevents accidents and consequently promotes safety at work site. The programs listed below contribute in various degrees to the development and protection of safety awareness in the company.

  • Orientation of all new employees
  • Toolbox safety meeting;
  • Foreman supervisor's meeting; and safety review meeting.