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Oil and gas industry safety survey

Designed to enable manufacturers and resellers to test assertions about functionality and construction and quality of manufacture

Improving offshore incident reporting

DNV GL helps Marine Transfer Forum improve incident reporting on marine transfer accidents

Fast rescue craft training around Stonehaven

Stonehaven coastline again set to become top location for fast rescue craft training

New respiratory protection solution

Scott Safety launches the new Proflow 3EX with AX gas filtration

Latest version of optimisation software for process industries

Software delivers activated dynamic analysis and expands safety analysis and cost estimation capabilities

‘Dirty gas’ flow loop commissioned at technology centre

Corac commissions advanced test facility at CET’s Slough technology centre

New well control training centre to open in June

IWCF invests £200,000 in new well control training centre to improve global safety standards

Sophisticated escape device equipment

Protecting the lives of oil and gas workers operating in deadly environments

Novel passive fire shelters for offshore gas project

Shelters combine two-hour protection against fire for ESD electronics, with walk-in door access

Exploring the role of hazard studies and how they can be broadened

Maintenance: efficient and safe! Expert advice on HAZOP studies and how to enhance their usefulness in the modern world

Explosion-protected LED safety torches and chargers

TX/CX40 and TX/CX20 torch and charger are monitored continuously for any faults via automatic function testing

Spotting leaks in tanks, pipelines and facilities

FLIR's GF320 is capable of rapidly scanning large areas and miles of piping

Protective workwear from top to bottom

Paul Grégoire looks at how protective clothing protects workers under severe conditions.

Early detection of gas leaks is vital

Safety and reducing costs are two of the leading concerns within the offshore oil and gas industry today. Adam Walker reports

Leak detector recognises ultrasound 'fingerprints'

Accurate gas sensing is a crucial feature of plant health and safety regimes - and also for the efficient and reliable operation of oil and gas plants. Eugene McCarthy reports

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