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1 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Section 2 - Safety and you Looking at tasks associated with your safety and the safety of others.

2 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Who’s responsible You are responsible for your safety. Your company is responsible for a safe work environment.

3 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 1 Hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) is deadly in relatively low concentrations. Hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) is deadly in relatively low concentrations. Characteristics of H 2 S – Page 2 Characteristics of H 2 S – Page 2 – Extremely toxic – Irritating to the skin – Eye irritation – Colorless – Smells like rotten eggs in low concentrations

4 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 2 Characteristics of H 2 S continued – Page 3 – Heavier than air – settles in low areas – Highly corrosive – causes metal fatigue – High flammable – can be explosive – Burns with a blue flame – Combines easily with other liquids Forms sulfuric acid in water. Forms sulfuric acid in water.

5 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Pages 4-7 in HSE Manual Smells – ppm Smells – ppm Irritate eyes – 10 ppm Irritate eyes – 10 ppm Need PPE – 10+ ppm Need PPE – 10+ ppm Headache Headache STEL – 15 ppm STEL – 15 ppm Stinks – 20+ ppm Stinks – 20+ ppm H 2 S Awareness 3 Symptoms and concentration 1

6 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fatigue Fatigue Nausea Nausea Coughing ppm Coughing ppm Loss of smell Loss of smell Dizziness Dizziness Irrational behavior Irrational behavior Burns eyes – 200 ppm Burns eyes – 200 ppm H 2 S Awareness 4 Symptoms and concentration 2

7 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 5 Symptoms and concentration 3 Burns throat Burns throat Irritate skin Irritate skin Vomiting Vomiting Pass out – 500+ ppm Pass out – 500+ ppm Lungs failing – 700+ ppm Lungs failing – 700+ ppm Brain failing – ppm Brain failing – ppm Dead all over – ppm Dead all over – ppm

8 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 6 When completing your job safety analysis you would note the danger of H 2 S and identify the meeting place in event of an emergency.

9 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 7 Warning signs NO SMOKING NO SMOKING DANGER DANGER H 2 S POISONOUS GAS H 2 S POISONOUS GAS HARD HAT AREA HARD HAT AREA

10 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Signs can be important!

11 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 8 H 2 S Flags Red – Extreme Danger Red – Extreme Danger over 20 ppm Yellow – Potential Danger Yellow – Potential Danger 1 – 20 ppm Green – Normal operation Green – Normal operation

12 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 9 Personal H 2 S monitors Check before using Check before using Wear at any H 2 S site Wear at any H 2 S site Attach at or near belt Attach at or near belt

13 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 10 Site H 2 S monitors 1 Located at key sites Located at key sites Tested periodically Tested periodically Can sound alarm Can sound alarm Yellow and red lights Yellow and red lights Remote alarm Remote alarm

14 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 11 H 2 S monitors 2 H 2 S monitors 2 A vial filled with a banana oil derivative was used to activate the site monitor for the test.

15 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 12 H 2 S monitors 3 H 2 S monitors 3 Once the site monitor senses H 2 S at about 10 ppm, the site monitor signals the on-site control system and an alarm and flashing yellow light are activated.

16 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 13 H 2 S monitors 4 H 2 S monitors 4 At about 30 ppm, a red flashing light is activated and a pneumatically controlled valve at the wellhead closes to prevent large amounts of H 2 S gas from escaping.s

17 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns H 2 S Awareness 14 H 2 S monitors 5 H 2 S monitors 5 Once the alarms have activated, the well is shut- in, and the site monitor has passed the test, the alarm is cancelled at the control panel and operations return to normal.s

18 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Use of breathing equipment requires special training. Use of breathing equipment requires special training. Review the 9 points on page 9 of the HSE manual. Review the 9 points on page 9 of the HSE manual. Persons working in an H 2 S environment of more than 10 ppm should use breathing equipment. Persons working in an H 2 S environment of more than 10 ppm should use breathing equipment. H 2 S Awareness 15

19 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns PPE and you (1) PPE protects you from physical hazards PPE protects you from physical hazards PPE protects you from chemical hazards PPE protects you from chemical hazards Use with other good safety practices Use with other good safety practices Consider assessed hazards Consider assessed hazards Follow MSDS requirements Follow MSDS requirements Follow company policy and standards Follow company policy and standards

20 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns PPE and you (2) Protection from pinch points Pinch points are places where body parts may be caught in machines or equipment. Pinch points are places where body parts may be caught in machines or equipment. Hands can be subjected to pinch points. Hands can be subjected to pinch points. Feet are also vulnerable to pinch points. Feet are also vulnerable to pinch points. Hand tools and power tools are also a frequent source of pinch points. Hand tools and power tools are also a frequent source of pinch points.

21 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns PPE and you (3) Common pinch points include Thief hatches Thief hatches Lever, hydraulic, or pneumatic valves Lever, hydraulic, or pneumatic valves Moving parts on transfer/injection pumps Moving parts on transfer/injection pumps Moving components at the wellhead Moving components at the wellhead Pumping unit prime movers Pumping unit prime movers Pumping unit cranks and pitman arms Pumping unit cranks and pitman arms

22 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns PPE and you (4) Head protection Head protection Eye protection Eye protection Hand protection Hand protection Foot protection Foot protection Hearing protection Hearing protection Protective clothing Protective clothing

23 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns PPE and you (5) Head protection – page 2 Safety helmets Safety helmets Full brim hard hats Full brim hard hats Chin strap can be useful Chin strap can be useful Has to be on head to work Has to be on head to work Has saved many lives Has saved many lives Has prevented many injuries Has prevented many injuries

24 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns PPE and you (6) Eye protection – page 3 Safety glasses Safety glasses Coverall safety glasses Coverall safety glasses Prescription safety glasses Prescription safety glasses Goggles – clear and tinted Goggles – clear and tinted Face shields – clear and tinted Face shields – clear and tinted Welding hood with safety glasses Welding hood with safety glasses

25 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns PPE and you (7) Hand protection – page 5 Standard cotton gloves Standard cotton gloves Slip resistant gloves Slip resistant gloves Kevlar cut resistant gloves Kevlar cut resistant gloves Chemical resistant gloves Chemical resistant gloves Thermal protection gloves Thermal protection gloves Other types of gloves Other types of gloves

26 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns PPE and you (8) Foot protection – page 6 Steel toed boots Steel toed boots High top lace ups – strengthen ankles High top lace ups – strengthen ankles Should be oil and water resistent Should be oil and water resistent Should have anti-slip soles Should have anti-slip soles Provide only limited protection Provide only limited protection

27 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns PPE and you (9) Hearing protection – page 7 Protective ear muffs Protective ear muffs Ear plugs of various designs Ear plugs of various designs – Disposable or reusable – Store and keep clean when not in use Required in work areas of 85+ d BA Required in work areas of 85+ d BA Follow company policies Follow company policies

28 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns PPE and you (10) Protective clothing – page 8 Weather protective Weather protective Flame resistant Flame resistant Flame retardant Flame retardant Chemical resistant Chemical resistant Thermal protective Thermal protective Bio protective suits Bio protective suits

29 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Confined space (1) A confined space is a place that is large enough for personnel to enter but has limited or restricted means of entry or exit and is not designed for continuous occupancy.

30 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Confined space (2) A confined space requires a work permit to enter once a facility or piece of equipment has been put into production. A confined space typically requires a work permit if one or more hazards have been identified with entering that area.

31 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Confined space (3) Chemical - vapors Chemical - vapors Fire - flammable Fire - flammable Radioactive Radioactive Lack of oxygen Lack of oxygen Electrocution Electrocution Falls Falls Caving Caving Heat stress Heat stress Other harzards Other harzards Confined space hazards – page 2

32 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Confined space (4) Frac tanks Frac tanks Oil tanks Oil tanks Water tanks Water tanks Ditches and pits Ditches and pits Well cellars Well cellars Vacuum tanks Vacuum tanks Separators Separators Heaters Heaters Production units Production units Sumps Sumps Confined spaces – page 2

33 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Confined space (5) Danger signs may designate a confined space. Danger signs may designate a confined space. Never enter a vessel that has been used for production without obtaining a permit. Never enter a vessel that has been used for production without obtaining a permit. Training and special equipment is required to enter a confined space. Training and special equipment is required to enter a confined space. Review danger signs on page 3. Review danger signs on page 3. Confined spaces – page 3

34 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fire prevention & protection 1 Types of fires by type of fuel – page 2 Class A – Ordinary combustibles Class A – Ordinary combustibles Class B – Flammable liquids Class B – Flammable liquids Class C – Electrical equipment Class C – Electrical equipment Class D – Combustible metals Class D – Combustible metals

35 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fire prevention & protection 2 4 Element of a fire – page 3 4 Element of a fire – page 3 Oxygen (from air or from the fuel) Oxygen (from air or from the fuel) Fuel (a flammable substance) Fuel (a flammable substance) Heat (a source of ignition) Heat (a source of ignition) Chemical reaction (oxidation) Chemical reaction (oxidation)

36 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fire prevention & protection 3 4 Types of fire extinguishers – pages 3-6 Class A – wood, paper, & ash producers Class A – wood, paper, & ash producers Class B – gasoline & other liquid fuels Class B – gasoline & other liquid fuels Class C – electrical equipment related Class C – electrical equipment related Class D – magnesium, metals that burn Class D – magnesium, metals that burn Multiple Class AB, BC, ABC Multiple Class AB, BC, ABC

37 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fire prevention & protection 4 4 Types of fire extinguishers – page 5 Class A – 75 ft. or less from source Class A – 75 ft. or less from source Class B – 50 ft. or less from source Class B – 50 ft. or less from source – 10B extinguisher can cover of 10 sq. ft. Class C – Never use water Class C – Never use water Class D – 75 ft. or less from source Class D – 75 ft. or less from source

38 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fire prevention & protection 5 Use of a fire extinguisher – page 6 P – Pull the pin to make operatable P – Pull the pin to make operatable A – Aim at the base of the fire A – Aim at the base of the fire S – Squeeze the extinguisher’s handle S – Squeeze the extinguisher’s handle S – Sweep from side to side S – Sweep from side to side At the base of the fire. At the base of the fire.

39 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fire prevention & protection 6 On-site precautions – pages 8-9 Review the bulleted precautions Review the bulleted precautions Hot work permits may be required Hot work permits may be required Fire watchers – trained and equipped Fire watchers – trained and equipped Fire watch maintained at least 30 minutes following work Fire watch maintained at least 30 minutes following work

40 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Lockout/Tagout 1 Lockout/tagout is a tool or process that is used by industry to assure the that power is removed from equipment, machinery, or systems before any work commences. This protects you and your fellow workers.

41 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Lockout/Tagout 2 Lockout (page 2) is the use of a mechanical device in conjunction with a mechanical lock such as a padlock to block power to machinery, equipment, or systems. Tagout (page 2) is the use of a durable card that reads Do Not Operate attached to the power source.

42 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Lockout/Tagout 3 Only the person locking out the power has the key to the lock. Only the person locking out the power has the key to the lock. Only the person locking out the power may remove the lockout device. Only the person locking out the power may remove the lockout device. Only the person tagging out the power source may remove the tagout card. Only the person tagging out the power source may remove the tagout card.

43 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Lockout/Tagout 4 Employee designations ( see page 2) Authorized employee Authorized employee Affected employee Affected employee Energy sources (see page 3) Electrical Electrical Mechanical Mechanical Pneumatic and others Pneumatic and others

44 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Lockout/Tagout 5 Review of procedures – pages 4-18 Lockout/Tagout Procedure – Steps 1-15 Lockout/Tagout Procedure – Steps 1-15 Energy Isolation Procedures Energy Isolation Procedures – Electical – page 9 – A-F – Pneumatic – page 10 – A-E – Hydralic – page 11 – A-E

45 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Lockout/Tagout 6 More Energy Isolation Procedures More Energy Isolation Procedures – Fluids and gases – page 12 – A-D – Mechanical – page 13 – A-F – Blinding of Piping – page 14 – A-d.3 – Restoring Power – page 16 –A-C – Locking & Tagging Device – page 17 –A-D

46 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Lockout/Tagout 7 Examples of production applications Motors on water transfer pumps Motors on water transfer pumps Motors on injection pumps Motors on injection pumps Pumping unit prime movers Pumping unit prime movers Pumping unit gear box and cranks Pumping unit gear box and cranks Valves on wells, tanks, etc. Valves on wells, tanks, etc. Control boxes and panels Control boxes and panels

47 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Bloodborne pathogens (1) Bloodborne pathogens are micro- organisms, such as viruses, that are carried in the blood (and sometimes other bodily fluids) and can cause disease in people.

48 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Bloodborne pathogens (2) Types of bloodborne pathogens – pages 2-3 Syphilis Syphilis Malaria Malaria Brucellois Brucellois Hepatitis B and C Hepatitis B and C Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and AIDS Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and AIDS

49 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Bloodborne pathogens (3) Read signs and follow lables Read signs and follow lables Follow first aid/CPR training Follow first aid/CPR training Flush with water for at least 15 min. Flush with water for at least 15 min. Seek blood test Seek blood test Remove latex gloves properly Remove latex gloves properly Use antiseptic wipes Use antiseptic wipes Use bleach on hard surfaces Use bleach on hard surfaces

50 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Bloodborne pathogens (4) Review blood PPE on pages 7-8 Review blood PPE on pages 7-8 – Safety glasses can protect eyes Post exposure and follow-up Post exposure and follow-up – HBV vaccination possible – Follow-up at intervals of 14 days or less, 6 weeks, and 6 months

51 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Hazard communications (1) Hazard communications is the process used to avoid problems when working with or around substances that pose a danger to people and their environment.

52 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Hazard communications (2) 2 types of chemicals hazards – Pages 2-3 Health – typically damages the body from the inside – page 3 Health – typically damages the body from the inside – page 3 Physical – typically damages the body from the outside – page 3 Physical – typically damages the body from the outside – page 3

53 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Hazard communications (3) 7 hazard classifications – Pages 4-5 Irritant – causes rash or swelling Irritant – causes rash or swelling Reactive – self explosive Reactive – self explosive Flammable – readily burns as a fuel Flammable – readily burns as a fuel Corrosive – rapid deterioration of skin Corrosive – rapid deterioration of skin Explosive – sudden release of heat/gas Explosive – sudden release of heat/gas Radioactive – harmful radiation Radioactive – harmful radiation Toxic – harmful when ingested Toxic – harmful when ingested

54 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Hazard communications (4) 4 means of exposure – page 6 Absorbed the the skin Absorbed the the skin Inhalation or breathing Inhalation or breathing Ingestion (being eaten) Ingestion (being eaten) Lacerations or body openings Lacerations or body openings –Eyes, ears, and mouth

55 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Hazard communications (5) Labeling containers – Pages 7 Labeling containers – Pages 7 3 information items required on labels Name of chemical Name of chemical Hazard warnings Hazard warnings Name and address of manufacturer or inspector Name and address of manufacturer or inspector

56 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Hazard communications (6) Labeling agencies – Pages 8-11 National Fire Protection Association National Fire Protection Association Department of Transportation Department of Transportation American National Standards Institute American National Standards Institute Hazardous Materials Information System Hazardous Materials Information System

57 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Hazard communications (7) 9 MSDS Sections – Pages Identification Identification Hazardous Components Hazardous Components Physical/Chemical Characteristics Physical/Chemical Characteristics Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Section Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Section Reactivity Data Reactivity Data

58 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Hazard communications (8) 9 MSDS Sections – Pages Health Hazard Data Health Hazard Data Precautions for Safe Handling and Use Precautions for Safe Handling and Use Special Protection Special Protection Special Precautions Special Precautions

59 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Hazard communications (9) Chemical PPE – Page 14 Protective clothing Protective clothing Chemical resistant gloves Chemical resistant gloves Chemical resistant boots Chemical resistant boots Respirators – various types Respirators – various types Eye protection Eye protection Hearing protection Hearing protection

60 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Hazard communications (10) What you need to know Hazcom requirements Hazcom requirements Location of Hazcom plan Location of Hazcom plan How to read labels How to read labels How to use an MSDS How to use an MSDS Location of MSDS book Location of MSDS book Hazardous chemical present Hazardous chemical present How to protect yourself with PPE How to protect yourself with PPE

61 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns HAZWOPER (1) An operating company is required to contain hazardous materials in a safe and responsible manner. When a company fails to contain hazardous materials, it begins HAZardous Waste OPerations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)

62 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns HAZWOPER (2) Possible HAZWOPER situations Crude oil spills Crude oil spills Produced water spills Produced water spills Tank or pressure vessel blows up Tank or pressure vessel blows up Fires at tank battery or well site Fires at tank battery or well site Chemical spills Chemical spills Gas leaks Gas leaks

63 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns HAZWOPER (3) Environmental Safety Procedures, Page 3 1. Use only approved containers 2. Post signs denoting dangers 3. Self-closing container discharge 4. Mark tanks etc. as to content 5. Properly store combustibles 6. Keep work areas free of waste 7. Clean-up/report spills immediately

64 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns HAZWOPER (4) Environmental Safety Procedures, Page 4 8. Contain equipment oils and fluids 9. Use PPE in HAZWOPER situations 10. Use check valves to prevent losses 11. Stop/report ruptures immediately 12. Use catch pans when servicing wells 13. Properly dispose of trash/waste

65 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Electrical safety* (1) The use of electricity is so common today that we frequently take it for granted in our homes, schools, vehicles, and the work place. Electricity can be generated. It can also be produced as static electricity, the build up of electrons in an object. *This training is for non-qualified persons.

66 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Characteristics of electricity, Page 1-2 Silently flows through a conductor Silently flows through a conductor Flow is controlled by an insulator Flow is controlled by an insulator Has pressure called voltage Has pressure called voltage Has volume called amperage Has volume called amperage Has resistance called impedance Has resistance called impedance Electrical safety (2)

67 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns More Characteristics of electricity, Page 2 Flows through path of least resistance Flows through path of least resistance Can flow along multiple paths Can flow along multiple paths Flows from higher voltage to lower Flows from higher voltage to lower A bridge can exist between two voltages A bridge can exist between two voltages The human body can be a bridge The human body can be a bridge Grounding: a safe path for electricity Grounding: a safe path for electricity Electrical safety (3)

68 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Characteristics of grounding, Pages 2-3 Causes electricity to flow into the ground Causes electricity to flow into the ground Uses a low resistance path Uses a low resistance path May use grounding cable or strap May use grounding cable or strap Frequently needed for tools and equipment Frequently needed for tools and equipment May be necessary for the human body May be necessary for the human body Prevents problems from static electricity Prevents problems from static electricity Electrical safety (4)

69 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Electrical Safety Requirements 21 electrical safety requirements (ESRs) are listed on pages 3, 4, and electrical safety requirements (ESRs) are listed on pages 3, 4, and 5. We are going to divide into groups with each group identifying applications for three of the ESRs as assigned by your instructor. We are going to divide into groups with each group identifying applications for three of the ESRs as assigned by your instructor. Electrical safety (5)

70 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Static Electricity, Page 6 Induction discharge of static electricity Induction discharge of static electricity –Objects not touching –Can cause an electric spark –Can be very hazardous Conduction discharge of static electricity Conduction discharge of static electricity –Objects are touching Electrical safety (6)

71 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Electrical safety (7) Example of induction, but not static

72 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Controlling Static Electricity, Page 7 Bonding – connecting two objects gives them the same electrical potential Bonding – connecting two objects gives them the same electrical potential Grounding – connecting an object to a ground or earth potential. Grounding – connecting an object to a ground or earth potential. –Best method for controlling static electricity Electrical safety (8)

73 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Dangers for Static Electricity, Page 8 Flammable atmosphere Flammable atmosphere Transfer of materials Transfer of materials Continual buildup of static charge Continual buildup of static charge A static discharge spark A static discharge spark Electrical safety (9)

74 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Dangers for Static Electricity, Page 8 Flammable atmosphere Flammable atmosphere Transfer of materials Transfer of materials Continual buildup of static charge Continual buildup of static charge A static discharge spark A static discharge spark Electrical safety (10)

75 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Static Electrical Safety Requirements Read pages 8-10, Items 1-15 Read pages 8-10, Items 1-15 Discussion of applications for Items 1-15 as applied to work on producing oil and gas leases. Discussion of applications for Items 1-15 as applied to work on producing oil and gas leases. Electrical safety (11)

76 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fall protection (1) Although this section of the manual addresses full body harnesses and derricks, fall prevention is important for everyone. Also, use a full body harness when working more than 6 feet off the ground unless you are on an approved platform, stairs, or ladder.

77 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fall protection (2) Anyone can fall!

78 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fall protection (3) Things you can do to avoid falls Watch for ice in cold weather Watch for ice in cold weather Wear steel toed boots that give traction Wear steel toed boots that give traction Use handrails on stairways and walks Use handrails on stairways and walks Use the correct ladder for the job Use the correct ladder for the job Identify and avoid hazards. Identify and avoid hazards. Be smart – Look before you move! Be smart – Look before you move!

79 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fall protection (4) Things you can do to avoid falls Watch for ice in cold weather Watch for ice in cold weather Use the correct ladder for the job Use the correct ladder for the job Identify and avoid hazards. Identify and avoid hazards. Be smart – Look before you move! Be smart – Look before you move!

80 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns Fall protection (5) Be smarter – Look before you move!

81 Training in Oil & Gas Production for BP Technical Interns This product was funded by a grant awarded under the President’s High Growth Job Training Initiative as implemented by the US Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The Information contained in this product was created by a grantee organization and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the US Department of Labor. All references to non-governmental companies or organizations, their services, products, or resources are offered for informational purposes and should not be construed as an endorsement by the Department of Labor. This product is copyrighted by the institution that created it and is intended for individual organizational, non-commercial use only.


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