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DCIIRP #19 “Visible Leadership – People Care How Much You Know, Once They Know How Much You Care” Articles • The Safer Together Rig Site Safety Working Group recently held its 19th Drilling and Completions Industry Incident Review Panel (DCIIRP) hosted by Santos and Ensign. More than 80 people attended the event to hear about safety incidents and innovations, and to share lessons learnt. The organiser, co-host and MC for the event was Glenn Watt, General Manager Onshore Drilling and Completions, Santos & RSSWG Chair.
If the ISI is For New Starts, How Does an Experienced Worker Get On Site? Articles • The Industry Safety Induction is for New Starts. Experienced Workers can complete an Experienced Worker Declaration Form as evidence that they are not required to complete the ISI prior to starting work. Since the ISI requirements ‘went live’ in WA/NT on 1 January 2020, the most frequently asked questions we have received relate to “What is an Experienced Worker?” and “How does an Experienced Worker get on site?” Read on to find out everything that you need to know about Experienced Workers and the ISI.
Obtaining Stakeholder Feedback to Enhance IVMS Requirements Articles • Safer Together developed an In Vehicle Monitoring System (IVMS) Specification in 2014 to simplify and standardise IVMS requirements for the CSG industry. In the interest of continuous improvement, the Land Transport Working Group propose to update this Specification in line with changes in IVMS technology and a better understanding of industry driver behaviours. Consultation workshops have recently been conducted to obtain stakeholder input to the proposed revision.

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