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FY 2006 Fatality Review for SIC 138

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FY 2006 Fatality Review for SIC 138

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  1. This presentation will probably involve audience discussion, which will create action items. Use PowerPoint to keep track of these action items during your presentation • In Slide Show, click on the right mouse button • Select “Meeting Minder” • Select the “Action Items” tab • Type in action items as they come up • Click OK to dismiss this box • This will automatically create an Action Item slide at the end of your presentation with your points entered. FY 2006 Fatality Reviewfor SIC 138 Marianne McGee Corpus Christ OSHA Office

  2. Nation wide there were 60 fatalities is SIC 1381 during fiscal year 2006

  3. Region 6 accounted for 33 of those fatalities. • Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico

  4. Summary • Struck – by • 18 • Pressure Release/Explosion • 5 • Electrocution • 4 • Fall from elevation • 2

  5. Summary • Heart attack • 2 • Caught – in • 1 • Asphyxiation • 1

  6. Struck - By • EE walking across the site to visually inspect drill pipe when he was struck by a truck. • The crown sheave shaft came out of one of its mounts releasing the sheaves, the drilling line, 165,000 pound drilling string, and the blocks fall to the drilling floor.

  7. Struck - By • An employee was traversing a steep incline on an ATV when the vehicle turned over striking the employee • EE was struck on the head by a falling A-Frame leg of a drilling derrick. The employee was in the process of guiding the brace of the A-Frame leg into place

  8. Struck - By • An employee was working on / near the line heater when the end blew off. The employee had been engaged in changing out the o-ring. Shut in the line heater by closing a valve upstream at / near the well head and closing a valve downstream in front of the separator. The valve upstream had been opened but the valve downstream had not been opened.

  9. Struck - By • Employee was struck by pressurized mud and gas when he attempted to remove the bolt from the rotating head rubber gasket • Explosion took place, which severed the flow lines connected to the Christmas Tree. One of the lines struck EE, fatally injuring him.

  10. Struck - By • Employee was run over by a crawler crane being used to move equipment. • Employees closed and bled line then removed seat in choke valve. Company man activated switch which remotely activated valve releasing (4000 psi) causing a wrench to strike employee in the face

  11. Struck - By • 23,000 # traveling block and attached 180,000 # drill string fell uncontrollably to the drilling floor. • While underneath the crane boom EE struck retaining pin. The mid-section collapsed directly on employee. • EE struck by counter weights of pumping unit.

  12. Struck - By • Employee jumped on to the back end of a traveling bobcat. The auger bit on the bobcat got stuck into the ground. Operator of bobcat, stopped, backed up the bobcat, and raised the auger bit up; when doing this the hydraulic arms of the bobcat crushed his face and neck.

  13. Struck - By • A large rock was kicked up by the rear tire of a truck which struck a worker in the head. • An employee assisting in servicing a duplex mud pump was fatally injured when a 36-inch pipe wrench situated on the rotating shaft (bull wheel) of the diesel engine struck the worker when the clutch was engaged.

  14. Struck - By • Horizontal discharge piping on a trailer foam unit was left loose and not secured. When the bleed valve was opened, the back pressure whipped the discharge pipe around, striking employee. • 2 incidents have no additional information at this time.

  15. Caught - in • While lubricating rotary the employee’s raincoat was caught by the near-by rotating kelly.

  16. Pressure Release / Explosion • EE was examining the hatch of a pressurized vessel for a suspected leak when the hatch exploded, striking the employee. • While performing gas well servicing hydrocarbon vapors escaped from the well and was ignited by the engine on the work-over rig.

  17. Pressure Release / Explosion • While operating a reverse circulation unit oil and natural gas came up from the well and the gas entered the intake of the swivel engine causing an explosion. • Explosion occurred while ees were sleeping.

  18. Pressure Release / Explosion • EE was attempting to clean out the coils from the hot oiler truck by pushing hot water through with the burners lit on the truck. Without uncoiling the hose, ee began pumping out he crude oil into the wash pit in the yard. The hot water caused a volatile steam cloud to form which was blown into the burners causing a flash fire.

  19. Fall from Elevation • The derrickman fell while holding onto the elevator after attempting to latch a drill pipe from the fingers of the board. He had his harness on but was not tie off. • Fall from derrick board. EE grabbed the elevator and held on for a few minutes but than let go grasping a 4.5" vertical pipe. EE slid partially down the pipe joint until he reached the pipe collar from where he free fell approximately 65 ft.

  20. Electrocution • Repairing cables that had been damaged by a truck ee was holding cable while another employee energized line (incorrect line) • Pump jack being moved with a gin pole truck, came into contact with or came near an electrical line.

  21. Electrocution • Employee detected water leak and went to turn valve off. Valve was energized. • Employee drove the forklift into the overhead power lines.

  22. Heart attack • Climbing a stairway on a drilling rig EE collapsed. • Employee fell to the ground suddenly and was unconscious.

  23. Asphyxiation • EE opened a cover at the top of a oil storage tank in order to gage the amount of water in the tank and was overcome by h2s gas.

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