The accident rate in the oil and gas industries is seven to eight times higher than the average rates of all industries in the United States. In the past year, approximately 138 people lost their lives working in oilfields in the United States. This is an increase over previous years and is completely unacceptable. We make it our business to maintain a constant safety presence to keep safe working practices at the top of the agenda of every oil worker on your site, from roughnecks to executives.
There are few, if any, places or tasks in the oilfield that do not have inherent safety risks. Many accidents can be prevented by continually monitoring the hundreds of conditions that can get out of hand. Obtaining a full picture of the status of your company’s plant, practices, and safety indicators is essential toward maintaining a safe and healthy environment for your workforce. Among the parameters we monitor are: Hydrogen sulfide levels, Oilfield pressure lines and safety hazards.
Safety engineering is an applied science closely related to industrial engineering, systems engineering, and system safety engineering. Safety engineering ensures that life-critical systems perform as necessary, even when one of its components fails. Our experienced safety engineers offer comprehensive, innovative, and cost-effective solutions to customers in oilfield drilling and production. Our mission is to maximize up time and keep your rig drilling faster, longer, and with maximum safety.