100 – Fuel Tank

17 February 2015

Fire Safety Know How

Fire Safety Know How In the winter there is a great chance of fire because stoves are lighted for warmth and to keep lines from freezing. 
17 February 2015

Fire Protection and Prevention

Fire Protection and Prevention The word fire is used to signify the wasteful destruction of combustibles.  Strangely enough, man and fire have much in common.  Neither
17 February 2015

Checklist: Hazardous Materials

Checklist: Hazardous Materials For all but two of these questions, a “no” answer indicates corrective action needs to be taken. The two exceptions are indicated below.
20 November 2012

Alert 12 – 29 Electrostatic Charge Results in Methanol Tank Explosion

20 December 2011

Alert 11 – 31 Pressure Relief Valve Sprays Dilute Acid Across Location on a Frac Job

1 April 2005

Alert 05 – 16 Modified Equipment – Battery Leads

Alert 05 – 16 Modified Equipment – Battery Leads WHAT HAPPENED: This bulletin is taken from a rig’s HAZARD IDENTIFICATION (HAZID) and is not the result of
7 June 2003

Alert 03 – 23 Cracked Fuel Line Results in an Engine Fire

Alert 03 – 23 Cracked Fuel Line Results in an Engine Fire WHAT HAPPENED: Fire detection system indicated fire in the “engine room”. Engine emergency shut down
5 March 2000

Alert 00 – 09 Ground/Bonding Wire

Alert 00 – 09 Ground/Bonding Wire WHAT HAPPENED: A contract service company that cleans tanks and vessels experienced an explosion inside a special high-capacity vacuum truck used to