REVIEW OF OCS INCIDENTS by alextt

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									REVIEW OF OCS INCIDENTS
CY 2006

MAIN INCIDENT TYPES
• Fatalities • Injuries > 1 DART • Fires • Explosions • Collisions • Loss of Well Control • Spills ≥ 50 bbl
10

191
130 9 25 1

13

Primary Operations Associated with Fatalities
3 2
Pipelay Drilling Diving

P&A

Transfer

Maint.

1 0

DRILLING FATALITIES
• Driving conductor pipe – weld on
drive pipe assembly failed; drive sub fell • Driving conductor pipe – air hoist rigged to V-door post; post failed • Pulling pipe – worker struck by joint of pipe that fell across rig floor.

DIVING FATALITIES
• Diver became ill after completion
of dive

• Diver conducting salvage
operations

• Diver ascending to the surface;
Manta Ray caught dive hose and pulled him to surface

OTHER FATALITIES
• Pulling tubing – freeing stuck tubing;
tubing & slips blown out of hole (P&A)

• Worker slipped transferring from boat
to platform using rope swing • Pipelay operations – worker crushed between pipe joints on conveyor system • Maintenance – worker boarded platform; fell from cellar deck

Number of Injuries ≥ 1 DART
80 60 40 20 0 77 60 28 26

> 3 Days > 3 Days 1-3 Days 1-3 Days Away RWJT Away RWJT

Injury Type for > 3 DART
Burn STF Struck by Fall -overboard Fall -different level Fall -- same level Struck against Caught between Overexertion / Strain

Body Part Injured > 3 DART
Feet Ankles Toes Legs Knees Face Eyes Head Neck Back Shoulders

Fingers

Torso

Hands Wrist

Arm Elbow

Primary Operations Associated > 3 DART
80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0
Production Vessel Wrk-Cmp P&A

Production

Drilling Vessel Pipeline Const Wrk-Cmp P&A Rig Demob

Secondary Operations Associated with > 3 DART
Walking Stepping Carrying Drill Floor Derrick Pressure Equipment Wireline Well maint. Manual Handling Material Handling Personnel Handling Pipe Handling

Hand Tools

Time of Day – Injuries > 3 DART
18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24

8 13 16 18

Time of Day (hour)

Other Incident Types in New Rule
• Crane / Lifting 104 • Muster for Evacuation 17 • Gas Release 8 • Property Damage > $ 25,000 7 • Structural Damage 5 • Damage/Disable Safety Equipment 4

Crane / Lifting Incidents
~30% of Injuries > 3 DART
Crane Operations and Safety Conference Sponsored by API July 17-18, 2007 Houston, Texas

The Cost of Injuries

• Human Cost • Injuries with Days Away from
Work Resulted in 2.3 Years of DART
400 Days > 3 DART 265 Days Additional Days +160 Days 1-3 DART 825 Total Days DART

Common Objectives
Zero Fatalities Reduce Injuries Safer Crane Operations
* Diligent Reporting * * Improved Analysis and Publication *

Improve Incident Information

http://www.mms.gov/incidents/

melinda.mayes@ mms.gov


								
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