COMMUNICATIONS IN REMOTE LOCATIONS

On-Site’s state-of-the-art communication trailers offer a reliable and comfortable way of conducting your operation remotely. These rugged communication trailers have been designed for simple and quick deployment.....

EMERGENCY FIRE RESPONSE AND PRE-INCIDENT PLANNING

Our expertise enables customers to identify areas of risks and minimize the potential for incidents...

EMERGENCY WELL CONTROL SERVICES

On-Site Safety has fully mobile well control units complete with specialized equipment. We respond to uncontrolled flows or any other unforeseen occurrence or emergency event...

FIRE SHOWER COMBO SERVICE

Due to the volatility and corrosive characteristics of many fluids being pumped in the oil patch today, On-Site Safety has built combination units which are fully equipped for the safety of all personnel on location...

H2S SAFETY TRAILERS AND SUPERVISION SERVICES

On-Site's H2S safety specialists are fully experienced in all aspects of drilling, completions, drill stem testing, construction, turnarounds, wire line operations, confined space entry, and well control...

MEDICAL SERVICES FOR ANY EVENT

On-Site Safety offers 24 hour medical emergency response and standby service for any industrial site or event requiring medical equipment or highly trained staff...

STANDBY FIRE PROTECTION

All of our fire fighting units are equipped with a twin agent system as well as continuous foam capabilities.  Giving us the ability to fight various types of fires such as well control, tank fires and many other emergency situations that may arise...

STANDBY SHOWER PROTECTION

Our shower units are specifically designed to protect personnel and equipment in situations where the possibility of an acid spill is present...

STATIONARY GAS MONITORING

On-Site's monitors have been the preferred solution by many oil companies requiring stationary gas monitors due to its robustness and performance in the field...

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING SERVICES

On-Site is proud to offer professional safety and rescue training to workers and job seekers throughout the world...

Our PEOPLE make the DIFFERENCE!

THE BLUE BULLETIN

In the safety industry we come across various articles and information that may interest you. Follow our blog postings to stay up to date with some of the safety concerns in the industry today.

  • Service Rig Pull Over Incident

    DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT: A service rig and well site pumping unit sustained extensive damage when the rig was pulled over onto its side. The incident occurred when the driver of a tractor trailer picker unit drove over the service rig’s escape line and anchor. The driver’s side front hydraulic stabilizer ram snagged the 9/16 inch escape line. The anchor lodged between the truck’s rear passenger dual tires and mud flap. As the picker truck drove off location, the escape line pulled the rig over. WHAT CAUSED IT: The rig crew was in the process of shutting down operations for the day. The crew moved the crew truck that had been parked on the anchor. In addition, the rig lights had been turned off for the night. This practice is designed to prevent vandalism. The picker truck operator did not complete a job site hazard assessment upon arrival. Job site hazard assessments contain potential hazards and associated controls to prevent incidents. CONTRIBUTING FACTORS INCLUDED: The picker truck driver routinely reversed the unit out and away from the service rig. However, due to dark and foggy conditions, the driver decided to drive his unit forward and around the service rig. An inspection of the picker unit after the incident revealed that the outside lights on the four headlight system were malfunctioning. Only the inside high beam bulbs were working at the time of the incident.

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