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Offshore Safe Lifting Committee

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Offshore Safe Lifting Committee

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  1. Offshore Safe Lifting Committee Co-Chairs • Gregg Germer: ExxonMobil • Bob Watson: Seatrax Cranes

  2. History of Safe Lifting Committee • April 2009 • Joint Agency (MMS & USCS) letter to Industry notifying concerns with lifting • May 2009 • API responds to MMS / USCG letter • Safe Lifting Committee (SLC) has first kickoff meeting • July 2009 • API Lifting Conference is held • August 2009 • SLC meeting held • December 2009 • SLC meets again • MMS-OOC meeting • February 2010 • SLC finalizing recommendations • March 2010 • SLC issues recommendations to API • May 2010 • SLC meets • API RP 2D rewrite committee has first kickoff meeting • July 2010 • IADC Lifting Conference

  3. Objectives of SLC • Analyze lifting data and incidents • Comment on trends and lessons learned • Communicate findings to industry End Result: REDUCE/ELIMINATE LIFTING INCIDENTS

  4. SLC Data Analysis

  5. SLC Data

  6. Who was injured?

  7. What parts of the bodies were injured?

  8. Where did injury occur?

  9. OCS Incidents vs Lifting Incidents (2005-2009) 3,478 OCS incidents 727 were lifting related 20.9% of incidents reported involve lifting 600 associated with cranes 127 associated with other lifting devices 509 associated with production operations (70%) 218 associated with drilling operations(30%)

  10. OCS Injuries vs Lifting Injuries (2005 – 2009) 1,367 OCS injuries 209 lifting injuries 15.3% of injuries associated with lifting 142 associated with cranes 67 with other lifting devices 51 of 209 injuries were serious (LTA > 3 day) 73 lift injuries associated w/ drilling operations 136 lift injuries associated w/ production operations

  11. OCS Fatalities vs Lifting Fatalities (2005-2009) 42 OCS fatalities 7 lifting fatalities 16.7% of fatalities associated with lifting 3 associated with cranes 4 with other lifting devices 6 of 7 lifting fatalities associated w/ drilling operations Reflective of data on February 11, 2010

  12. SLC Conclusions • Hardware failures while occurring were not predominant factor for incidents • Not following training or established procedures was main factor leading to an incident • Rigger was individual that needed to be focused upon • Classroom training alone does not make someone “qualified” or “certified”. • Hands on “field training” is needed to become “qualified”

  13. SLC Recommendations to the following: • Operators • Trade Associations • Regulators (MMS & USCG)

  14. Operators Recommendations • Review current lifting programs to address process and procedures • Training qualifications • Lift planning and Job Safety Analysis (JSA’s) • Communications (especially between crane operators, riggers, and master of vessel) • Stop Job Authority • Support and participate in industry lifting activities • Encourage sharing of incidents and near misses • Familiarization with MMS crane PINC’s

  15. Trade Associations Recommendations • Update API RP 2D...specifically directed towards rigger training, lifting planning and JSA’s • Communicate issues, best practices, and recommendations to industry and regulatory bodies • Organize and sponsor lifting safety conferences

  16. Regulators Recommendations • Safety Alerts and Investigative reports: Issue timely along with potential corrective actions • Develop a way to provide “sanitized” incident information in timely manner. • (MMS Form 2010 and USCG Form 2692) • Update Regulatory references to current standards • Support and participate in industry lifting activities