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Incident Reports and the Commencement of a BSEE Investigation
Offshore operators are required by law (30 CFR 250.188) to immediately notify BSEE of the following types of incidents: fatalities; injuries that require evacuation of the injured person; loss of well control; fires and explosions; collisions that result in property or equipment damage of more than $25,000; incidents involving structural damage to an Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) facility; incidents involving crane operations; and incidents involving damage to safety systems and equipment.
Attended the US Gulf of Mexico Diving Safety Work Group meeting In Lafayette Louisiana this week. Great Meeting in all aspects, they get better each time. Any United States diving company that is not attending AND inviting their customers to attend i...
My favorite of all the comments, is an Anonymous poster, not something I normally like. He did tell the simple truth but no Oil Company would have employed him if he had put his name to it!
“Notice of proposed rulemaking 46 CFR Parts 8 and 197 [Docket No. USCG-1998-3786]
197.220 – 197.225 Operational Duties Page 16:
Under your proposed rule changes there are no Operational Duties, responsibilities, for the client, there should be.
Current practice is:
1) Client, Project Manager and Commercial Diving Operator Project Manager determent the job plan. Often with no participation of dive crew or the third party client representative that will be on the job.
2) The winning bidder, is required to sign a Hold Harmless clause prior to contract being let
I currently work as a third party client representative and have been involved in commercial diving since the early 1990. The client, through their Project Manage and on the job Client Representative can and will remove any Commercial Diving Operator or employee of the Diving Operator for any cause to include refusing a dive outside the current CFR’s.”
Las familias de los buzos que fallecieron en agosto en las jaulas marinas de Castillo del Romeral desconocen las causas Parece increíble, pero así es. Las familias de Kilian Sosa y Agonay Betancor Jiménez ni sus abogados todavía no saben los resultad...
Google Translated at bottom of the page La Asociación Nacional de Empresas de Buceo Profesional (Anebp) ha interpuesto un recurso contencioso-administrativo contra el Ministerio de Fomento por “poner en grave riesgo” la actividad e incluso “la vida” d...
Some 50% of crews working on offshore support vessels are willing to compromise safety rather than say ‘no’ to clients or senior management, while nearly 80% believe commercial pressures could influence the safety of their working practices.
U.S. Coast Guard crews locate two missing divers in Gulf of Mexico Two overdue divers offshore from San Jose Island, Texas, were rescued by a U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) helicopter crew Saturday afternoon. The two San Antonio men, Dennis Garrett and Ro...