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    Work-related road toll keeps mounting in Australia

    Did you know that 43% of work-related fatalities in Australia happen on the road† ? There's no doubt you've heard of a traumatic workplace accident, perhaps even one you have been involved in yourself. Even w... more


    Australian Pipeline Engineering Competency System launches in Canada

    A unique, Australian-developed competency system for pipeline engineers has been modified for use in Canada and was launched today in Calgary. Developed by the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA)... more


    Partnership to deliver industry cloud solution designed to combat corrosion

    SAP SE and DNV GL, one of the largest independent management and quality assurance experts, have teamed up to deliver a new industry cloud solution, Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) Manager, designed to tackle ... more


    Eni, BCG and Google Cloud to collaborate on new digital platform

    Energy company, Eni, the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and Google Cloud have announced that they are building a new open digital platform supporting sustainability in the industrial supply chain. Starting fr... more

  • Sweet gas discovery spurs new potential in Baram Province
  • Neptune Energy announces start-up of Gjøa P1 development
  • Equinor and partners prepare for shutdown of the Veslefrikk field
  • CNOOC Limited announces large discovery in Bohai Bay

Providing a safe passage

Methods for preventing a slip, trip, stumble, tumble or fall on entries, stairs, steps, stairwells, landings, platforms, gantries, ramps, walkways, and ladder rungs? Slips, trips, stumbles, tumbles and falls are still the leading cause of medically treated injuries and lost time injuries contributing significantly to the costs of lost production in the workplace. The risk of injury can be minimised by completing a hazard identification, risk assessment and implementing control measures such as the following 10 simple ways to prevent worker, visitor, contractor or pedestrian injuries.   Light the ... more

Companies join forces to develop net-zero upstream facilities

McDermott International, Ltd, Schneider Electric and io consulting have announced a collaboration to advance the research and design of carbon-neutral facilities for the upstream oil and gas market. The three companies will combine their capabilities and resources to explore and develop a proof of concept based on an offshore platform reference case. The result of the collaboration is expected to be published in a joint study on Net-Zero Upstream Facilities before the end of the year. The study defines a hierarchy of emissions-reduction technologies, ranked by maturity, investment and impact to enable opera... more

Advances in slip protection

How do you help prevent slips on stairs, stairwells, landings, platforms, ramps, walkways, and ladders? - Each year thousands of people are reported to suffer easily preventable injuries from a slip, trip, stumble, tumble or fall, that causes simple medically treated cuts, bruises, fractures, dislocations or in the worst case, a fatality. Almost one-quarter of all serious insurance claims in Australia were from slips, trips, stumbles, tumbles or falls, and over a period of 12 years, 386 workers died. Many incidents could have been prevented! Nearly 60% of these preventable incidents were caused by environm... more

How VR is transforming OH&S training

The use of Virtual Reality (VR) for workplace learning is fast becoming a game-changer in the way businesses induct and train staff. Next World Enterprises has developed the next world of VR training, where you can immerse yourself with a 3D render of your very own workplace, and tailor gaming strategies to train staff about potential hazards. VR is the perfect technology to help your staff visualise real-life scenarios without the dangers of being in the situation. The idea around VR induction and training, converges science, technology, and innovation. VR is bringing evolution to the workplace training spac... more

Supporting methane emissions reduction goals

Methane is one of the most potent greenhouse gases. Its carbon core and hydrogen arms are arranged in a configuration that makes it exceptional at absorbing heat. The International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates that there were 82 million tonnes (Mt) of methane emissions from oil and gas operations in 2019, split roughly in equal parts between the two. These emissions came from a wide variety of sources along the oil and gas value chains, from conventional and unconventional production, from the collection and processing of gas, as well as from the transmission and distribution to end-use consumers. The ... more

When it comes to innovation in safety, Moon Deck shines

An Australian made innovation recently launched onto the market, Moon Deck provides a range of innovative new products which are designed to assist industry and mitigate Workplace Health & Safety issues.  Moon Deck feature products include luminous, hard-wearing Stair Nosings to provide illumination and safety in areas of complete darkness, low light or in remote areas without access to power.  Moon Deck luminous surface coatings can also be applied in full broadcast pathways, line-marking or feature logo designs as well as way-finding directional arrows and also directly onto equipment and machinery fo... more

BPH Energy identifies revised drill target at Baleen

Having raised $449,813 in late July, BPH Energy Limited (BPH) has continued its work at its exploration well at the Baleen drill target in the PEP11 offshore permit in NSW. Asset Energy Pty, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Advent Energy Ltd, an investee entity of BPH Energy Ltd holds 85% of PEP 11, with Bounty Oil & Gas NL (ASX: BUY) holding the remaining 15%. BPH has also undertaken a non-renounceable rights issue of two shares for every five shares held by shareholders at an issue price of 1.5 cents per share to raise up to $2,419,346 together with one free attaching Option for every two shares subscribed ... more