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									    LTI
 No 01
   2011
                                 LTI Notification                                                         9Th
                                                                                                        January


WHAT HAPPENED:                                                                                                   RTA
During a Rig Move from Lekhwair to Karim West, approximately 2 km south of Barik, the convoy stopped for
an ROP escort change-over. One of the vehicles (driven by the IP) failed to stop in time and collided into the back
of the vehicle that was in front of him.


RESULTS:
•  Broken upper limbs.
•  42 Work Days Lost.

LATERAL LEARNING
When a vehicle travelling in the same direction is
creating a dust cloud that makes it difficult to
see the road ahead, drivers must:
•   Slow down
•   Keep a safe distance (at least four seconds)
    from the rear of the dust cloud, far enough
    back to be able to identify and stop safely if
    the vehicle in front was to stop suddenly
•   Never enter the dust cloud;
•   Never overtake in the dust cloud.
•   All drivers must follow the Dust Code.
    LTI
 No 02
   2011
                                   LTI Notification                                                         2Nd
                                                                                                          January



WHAT HAPPENED:
The Driver (IP) was cleaning the vehicle when it started moving forward due to slopped surface & the hand
break was not applied. The IP tried to stop the vehicle using his hand by holding the tyre which resulted in his
right hand middle finger getting trapped under the tyre.


RESULTS:
•  Hand and Finger Deep Cuts
•  28 Work Days Lost

LATERAL LEARNING:
Engage the parking brake fully when parking a
vehicle.




                                             IP’s Foot Trapped when the
      IP Trying to Stop the vehicle moving          vehicle moved         Position of the IP before the vehicle moved
    LTI
  No 03
   2011
                                     LTI Notification                                                    12Th
                                                                                                       January


WHAT HAPPENED:
While changing a drill line, the Roustabout (IP) stood near the dead-end anchor. He was pulling the drill line
when the sling twisted and trapped his right thumb.

RESULTS:
•  Broken hand.
•  10 Work Days Lost.

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Supervisors should supervise the job instead of directly doing the job.
•  Do not unreel in the vertical position
•  Supervisors should stop the job and rethink when there is a change in the job conditions
•  Wooden spooling to be eliminated.


                                                                                                        


The wrong method of unspooling with the
     wooden reel on the vertical position.
     LTI
    No 04
    2011
                                LTI Notification                                                         25Th
                                                                                                       January



WHAT HAPPENED:
                                                                                                              RTA
An NCC water tanker was enroute from Bahja to Rig 59 near Hawqa to make a routine delivery. While the
Driver was negotiating a sharp bend, the vehicle rolled over. The driver was rescued by a passerby but the helper
remained trapped until a rescue team managed to extract him from inside the vehicle.


RESULTS:
•  Driver sustained multiple lacerations on
   his head and left elbow
•  The Helper sustained fractures to his left
   arm and his right leg.
•  At least 30 Work Days Lost.


LATERAL LEARNING

•     Adhere to the signposted speed limits
•     Slow down when approaching a bend
    LTI
 No 05
   2011
                                LTI Notification                                                       29Th
                                                                                                     January



WHAT HAPPENED:
Whilst attempting to climb on a chair to switch on the overhead projector, the chair moved and the IP lost balance
and fell to the ground.


RESULTS:
•  Broken arm.
•  Work Days Lost.

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Ask for help when required
•  Only use the appropriate ladder or steps to
   reach a height
    LTI
  No 06
   2011
                                LTI Notification                                                         12Th
                                                                                                       January



WHAT HAPPENED:
This is to notify staff of LTI #06, which occurred on 12th January 2011 at Rig 90 in Mabrouk. The IP is a 25-year
old Junior Kitchen boy working for Enafor, a sub-contractor to SOCAT LLC.

The Junior Kitchen Boy (IP) was cleaning the bathroom at the campsite. He had his hand against the door
frame when the door got pushed, trapping his finger between the door and the frame.



RESULTS:
•  Broken finger.
•  Work Days Lost.


LATERAL LEARNING
•  Always keep hands clear from hazard area
   while opening and closing doors.
•  Do not act in haste.
•  All incidents must be reported
    LTI
 No 07
   2011
                               LTI Notification                                                        30Th
                                                                                                     January


WHAT HAPPENED:
The Mechanic (IP) had completed servicing the Case Running tool (CRT) and was taking the CRT cup carrier
back to the store when he tripped over a hose. He fell on the ground holding the CRT cup carrier in his hand.

RESULTS:
•  IP suffered a fracture on his right middle finger.
•  Work Days Lost.
LATERAL LEARNING:
Always ensure that housekeeping is done on
continuous basis


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   LTI
 No 08
   2011
                              LTI Notification                                                      9Th
                                                                                                 February



WHAT HAPPENED:
A private saloon car lost control and hit the edge of a culvert, subsequently knocking down a Mason who RTA
was working nearby. The 35-year old Mason working for Star of Fahud, a sub-contractor to IECC.



RESULTS:
•  Severe head injury
•  Work Days Lost.


LATERAL LEARNING:
•  Protect workers from vehicles when
   working near road sides.
•  Be alert of speeding vehicles and
   keep safe distance from the road
    LTI
 No 09
   2011
                                LTI Notification                                                         21st
                                                                                                       February



WHAT HAPPENED:
While dismantling a temporary barricading structure, the partition wall started to tilt and the top edge portion
of the structure hit the IP.


RESULTS:
•  Broken leg.
•  Work Days Lost.



LATERAL LEARNING
•  Inadequate Supervision and HSE
   Coverage
•  Insufficient planning and Poor
   Hazard Identification
   LTI
 No 10
   2011
                              LTI Notification                                                     21Th
                                                                                                 February


WHAT HAPPENED:
The Assistant Driver (IP) was standing by the TV room entrance, when the door slammed shut, trapping the
IP’s right little finger between the door and the door frame.

RESULTS:
•  Broken finger.
•  Work Days Lost.
LATERAL LEARNING
Use the door handle to open or close the door
    LTI
 No 11
   2011
                               LTI Notification                                                         4Th
                                                                                                       March


WHAT HAPPENED:
After attending to a light fitting on the Rig floor, The IP was coming down the stairs when he slipped on the
last 3-4 steps. He held the handrails by his right hand but dislocated his shoulder as a result of the sudden
jerk.

RESULTS:
•  Shoulder Dislocation.
•  3 Work Days Lost.
LATERAL LEARNING
•  Stairs should ascended or descended one step at a time and by using handrails – maintain
   3 point of contact at all times.
•  Do not rush while ascending or descending the stairs
    LTI
 No 12
   2011
                               LTI Notification                                                        4Th
                                                                                                      March


WHAT HAPPENED:
An Electrician, (IP), was trying to help the Mechanic to relocate the jack stopper on a mud boat while standing
on an unsecured ladder. He slipped and fell from a height of 1 meter.

RESULTS:
•  Broken arm.
•  Work Days Lost
LATERAL LEARNING
•  Portable ladders shall not be used unless they have been physically secured.
•  When working at heights, helmets must always be worn with chain straps.
•  Do not rush to perform a task. STOP, THINK and ACT!
•  Use empowerment to STOP the unsafe acts and conditions.
    LTI
 No 13
   2011
                               LTI Notification                                                        11Th
                                                                                                      March


WHAT HAPPENED:
Four Mechanical Technicians were removing the end cover of a Solar mars compressor. One of the
Technicians, (IP), climbed on top of the compressor casing (about 1.8 meters high) to release the lateral block.
The end cover suddenly released from the compressor barrel causing the IP to lose his balance, falling on the
grating below. The end cover then twisted and swung back hitting the IP on his head.

RESULTS:
•  Head Injuries
•  Face and scalp multiple lacerations.
•  42 Work Days Lost



LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
 No 14
   2011
                               LTI Notification                                                        30Th
                                                                                                      March



WHAT HAPPENED:
A Mechanic, (IP), was attending a service call to fix a 50 Ton crane at Rima. While changing the water from the
radiator, the IP slipped due to the wet surface on the crane platform. He fell down from the crane platform,
landing on his left arm.

RESULTS:
•  Broken forearm.
•  Work Days Lost.




LATERAL LEARNING
•  Lack of due care and attention
•  Inadequate Supervision
    LTI
 No 15
   2011
                               LTI Notification                                                        13Th
                                                                                                       April



WHAT HAPPENED:

The Painter, (IP), had just unhooked the crane from the BOP Stripping stack. As he stepped down from the
lower BOP bonnet on to the platform, he placed his left foot onto a coiled up guy wire which caused his left
leg to twist, dislocating his left knee cap.

RESULTS:
•  Leg Twist and Knee Cap Dislocation
•  14 Work Days Lost

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
 No 16
   2011
                               LTI Notification                                                       17th
                                                                                                      April



WHAT HAPPENED:

During the process of making up a 9 5/8’’ CSG float shoe, two Roustabouts attempted to lift the float shoe
using a web sling and forklift when suddenly the float shoe fell down on the IP’s left foot from a 0.4 meter
height.

RESULTS:
•  Broken Foot
•  Five Work Days Lost

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
No 17 & 18
   2011                         LTI Notification                                                       21st
                                                                                                       April


WHAT HAPPENED:
                                                                                                            RTA
The IP’s were travelling from Fahud to Qarn Alam when both back tyres of the vehicle they were travelling in
punctured within seconds of each other. The driver lost control and the vehicle rolled over. The driver was
unhurt but the two passengers were injured. One broke his right leg and right arm while the other had a broken
right collar bone. The incident occurred in a GSM black spot and they were unable to communicate with their
Journey Manager. They spent the night at the incident location and were spotted the following morning by a
passing vehicle.


RESULTS:
•  Broken Leg and Arm
•  Broken Collar Bone
•  12 Working Weeks Lost

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
 No 19
   2011
                                LTI Notification                                                        25th
                                                                                                        April



WHAT HAPPENED:

The IP was attempting to align the polish rod clamp with the Progressive Cavity Pump drive head Sheave. He
noticed an uneven surface in the locating profile and attempted to file it. Whilst doing so the hydraulically
controlled Hoist block, which was supporting the Polish Rod and clamp, decended a few centimeters trapping the
IP’s left hand index finger between the polish rod clamp and the drive head Sheave, resulting in the amputation of
the finger just above the knuckle joint.

RESULTS:
•  Finger Amputation.
•  14 Work Days Lost.




LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
   LTI
 No 20
   2011
                               LTI Notification                                                      24th
                                                                                                     April


WHAT HAPPENED:

The IP and other two crew members were positioning the power swivel on its skid when it swiveled and turned
slightly trapping the IP’s right ring finger between the arm and a steel post on the skid, breaking it.

RESULTS:
•  Broken Finger
•  Ten Work Days Lost

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
 No 21
   2011
                                 LTI Notification                                                         9th
                                                                                                        February



WHAT HAPPENED:

The Driver (IP) and a Helper were in the process of lowering an oxygen cylinder from the rack, in preparation for it
to be loaded onto a truck. As the IP commenced lowering the cylinder he stepped back and lost his footing (due
to stepping on a “Lock Bar” on the ground) causing his knee to give way.

RESULTS:
•  Knee Injuries.
•  3 Work Days Lost




LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the
   IRC
   LTI
 No 22
   2011
                                LTI Notification                                                      13th
                                                                                                      May



WHAT HAPPENED:

The IP was working on a Stand Pipe Manifold on the new mast when he fell landing on his right elbow on the rig
floor. He dislocated and broke his elbow.

RESULTS:                                                LATERAL LEARNING
•  Broken Elbow                                         •  Will be available after the IRC
•  42 Work Days Lost
    LTI
 No 23
   2011
                                LTI Notification                                                      14th
                                                                                                      May


WHAT HAPPENED:

The IP was making-up Drill Pipe connection at the Rig floor. He was moving the manual tong when he misplaced
his finger away from the plastic safety cap on the tong handle. The finger got trapped between the manual tong
latch and lug jaws causing crash injuries.

RESULTS:                                                 LATERAL LEARNING
•  Finger Injuries                                       •  Will be available after the IRC
•  3 Work Days Lost
   LTI
 No 24
   2011
                                LTI Notification                                                      26th
                                                                                                      May



WHAT HAPPENED:

The IP was unscrewing a heavy cross-over when it dropped a few inches to the ground, trapping his fingers. He
broke the tips of his middle and ring fingers.


RESULTS:
•  Broken Fingers
•  Ten Work Days Lost


LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
 No 25
   2011
                                 LTI Notification                                                         17th
                                                                                                          June


WHAT HAPPENED:
                                                                                                                   RTA
A Maqshan Skip Truck was travelling from Al-Noor to Nimr with a driver and helper. On approaching the Nimr
roundabout, the Driver lost control and the vehicle rolled over. The driver escaped without any injuries but his
Helper sustained multiple laceration wounds and swelling to his hands and skull.


RESULTS:
•  Lacerations Wounds and
   swelling to Hands and Skull
•  Five Work Days Lost




LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
 No 26
   2011
                                 LTI Notification                                                         9th
                                                                                                          May



WHAT HAPPENED:

The injured party (IP) Assistant Driller was rigging up the torque tube in the mast of the rig. He was removing the
shackle from the air tugger line holding the torque tube when it swiveled on the line and moved trapping and
broke his thumb.


RESULTS:
•  Broken Thumb
•  28 Work Days Lost

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
   LTI
  No 27
  2011                             LTI Notification                                                              23rd
                                                                                                                 May


WHAT HAPPENED:

The monkey boards in MIDWESCO units, have a shade house with a movable 3-sided hinge bar, which assists the Derrik
man (DM) when wracking back stands. When the DM is not working on the monkey board, the hinge bar is secured by a
hook & a chain. Before the DM starts running stands, the hinge bar needs to be lowered.

At the time of the incident, the Derrik man was extending the diving board, while his hands were on the handrail of the
shade house. The hinged bar which was fastened slipped from the hook trapping the IP’s right hand.

RESULTS:
•  Broken hand
•  28 Work Days Lost


LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
   No 28
   2011                              LTI Notification                                                                    8th
                                                                                                                         Jun



WHAT HAPPENED:

While picking up a drill collar from the pipe racks, the Roustabout and his foreman faced difficulty in rolling the 8.25” Drill
collar from pipe rack to cat walk. The foreman decided to push the Drill collar with the forklift, the drill collar rolled to the
opposite side of the cat walk and fell to the ground hitting the roustabout’s ankle, who was standing near the cat walk and
trying to stop the Drill Collar.

RESULTS:
•  Broken Ankle
•  42 Work Days Lost

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
  No 29
   2011
                                    LTI Notification                                                               13th
                                                                                                                   Jun


WHAT HAPPENED:

The Roustabout (IP) was trying to flip a BOP ram over, to be able to attach the hook into the lifting eye. When he lifted the
ram (Approx ram Wt=40 Kg) with his right hand, the BOP ram rolled over and caught his left hand breaking his thumb.

RESULTS:
•  Broken Thumb
•  28 Work Days Lost



LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
  No 30
   2011
                                    LTI Notification                                                              13th
                                                                                                                  Jun


WHAT HAPPENED:

The Al-Turki Pipe Fitter (IP) was attempting to separate two 18” cut pipe sections by rolling and he accidentally positioned
his fingers between the two pipes. As the pipes rolled, the pipe sections came apart and one of the sections moved
downwards, crushing the IP’s left index and middle fingers.

RESULTS:
•  Finger Injuries
•  21 Work Days Lost

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
  No 31
   2011
                                      LTI Notification                                                                    16th
                                                                                                                          Jun


WHAT HAPPENED:

The Weatherford Junior Electrician (IP) was replacing a light fixture (height 2.2m) on the generator trailer. He positioned
his right leg on top of the engine oil filter and his left leg on the hand rail. He lost his balance and fell, hitting his back and
right leg against the trailer beams, finally landing on the ground.

RESULTS:
•  Broken Rib
•  7 Work Days Lost

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
    LTI
 No 32
   2011
                                  LTI Notification                                                             26th
                                                                                                               Jun



WHAT HAPPENED:

MBPS Roustabouts were pulling and laying pipes when a joint of 4 1/2" tubing dropped due to a defective latching
mechanism from a height of 7m above the Hoist work platform. It hit one of the roustabout’s wrist breaking it.


RESULTS:                                      LATERAL LEARNING
•  Broken Wrist                               •  Will be available after the IRC
•  7 Work Days Lost
    LTI
  No 33
   2011
                                  LTI Notification                                                             4th
                                                                                                               July


WHAT HAPPENED:

The Coil Tubing Operator, Working for Integrated Petroleum Services, was mixing calcium chloride brine in a batch mixer.
The mixture splashed on his lower abdomen, hands and legs due to sudden overflow causing 2 nd degree burns.


RESULTS:
•  2nd Degree Burns
•  14 Work Days Lost


LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
     LTI
No 34,35,36,37
    2011                                LTI Notification                                                                         11th
                                                                                                                                 July


WHAT HAPPENED:                                                                                                                          RTA
A PDO ambulance driven by Al-Khatma Driver, was taking a patient, an employee of Special Technical Services & Tebodin
(STST) from Yibal to Ibri hospital, escorted by STST male nurse and STST employee. The driver lost control due to part of
rear tyre getting detached from the main element.

The driver and front seat passenger were wearing their seat belts. The male nurse and patient were thrown out from rear
compartment of the ambulance.

RESULTS:
•  STST employee - very serious condition in the Intensive Care Unit with head injuries.
•  The male nurse - multiple minor injuries, may require surgery, but is stable.
•    The patient - multiple fractures to his pelvis and spine, and may receive surgery for his original abdominal condition, but is stable.
•    The driver - broken hand. A cast was applied and has been discharged from hospital.
•    42 Work Days Lost.

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
   LTI
  No 38
  2011                            LTI Notification                                                             13th
                                                                                                               June


WHAT HAPPENED:

Al-Turki Enterprise (ATE) Pipe Fitter was adjusting the PIG inside the launcher. His hand was positioned between the
loose nut and the flange. The flange moved trapping and crushing his finger.


RESULTS:                               IP’s Hand Between Flange and Loose Nut
•  Finger Injuries
•  21 Work Days Lost.

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC
   LTI
  No 39
  2011                              LTI Notification                                                               17th
                                                                                                                   July


WHAT HAPPENED:

As the Assistant Operator was filling a transfer pump with diesel, the Injured Party (IP), a Trainee Assistant Operator
walked over the diesel hose. He tripped and fell over arm. He broke his wrist.

RESULTS:
•  Broken Wrist
•  42 Work Days Lost.

LATERAL LEARNING
•  Will be available after the IRC

								
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