There are many ways to avoid workplace incidents, ranging from proactive training to having rescue teams on site. To prevent accidents, we must first understand what situations cause accidents. Here are some of the leading causes of workplace accidents and injuries.
The oil and gas industry in Canada faces a large range of worker health and safety challenges throughout its operations, especially for field workers. From working at heights, in confined spaces, in remote territory or other special situations, oil and gas workers often endure conditions that can be hazardous.
Working conditions at oil and gas sites can be challenging and hazardous. Combined with physically demanding conditions, the probability of accidents become even higher. Here are 6 tips for avoiding workplace accidents at oil and gas sites.
Workplace safety is important for many professions, but it’s especially important for workers in the mining industry. Mining is considered to be one of the 10 most dangerous jobs, with about 19.9 fatalities per 100,000 workers, so proactively taking safety precautions is one of the best ways to reduce serious injuries and fatalities while on the job.