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Line of Fire

This mini-portal is a place where you can find a range of tools and information designed to reduce Line of Fire incidents.

Line of fire injuries occur when the path of a moving object or the release of hazardous energy intersects with an individual’s body. Put simply it’s being in harms way. This mini-portal is a place where you can find a range of tools and information designed to reduce Line of Fire incidents.

Click on icons below to take you to Line of Fire materials. 

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Challenge

The Drilling and completions sector continue to have the highest TRIFR (6.9) in the industry and rising. Line of Fire injuries can be fatal, or life altering major injuries and we must work to eliminate or reduce the frequency and consequences.

Solution

Provide access to materials through a centralised line of fire mini-portal and engage/embed what we already have. Focus on behavior, highest risks and innovation – harness power of collective to strive for step change improvement

Result

The Rig Site Safety Working Group collated all available information about Line of Fire incidents into a “one stop shop” mini portal on Safer Together website.

Coming Next

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