A helicopter has been given a clean bill of health following claims that one of its doors opened mid-flight.
Health & Safety
Europe’s air safety watchdog has issued an “emergency” airworthiness directive on certain Airbus helicopter models following a fatal crash in Japan.
Aviation watchdog the European Aviation Safety Agency has issued an airworthiness directive over the lack of a label warning passengers not to stow luggage under seats of offshore helicopters.
A safety alert has been issued over ropes attacted to life rafts on offshore platforms.
Helicopter manufacturer Airbus has clarfified that an aircraft that crashed in Japan earlier this week was not the same kind used in North Sea operations.
Safety and security consultancy Restrata yesterday marked the opening of its new North Sea incident management centre (IMC) in Aberdeen.
Statoil has been warned over "deviations" at its Heidrun field.
The chief executive of a helicopter firm has been challenged to take a flight "under the same conditions as the offshore workforce".
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has dished out an improvement notice to Centrica following a “significant” leak at the Morecambe Bay complex in the Irish Sea.
A UK watchdog has ordered vessel owner Teekay to smarten up its safety procedures following a "lifting incident" on the Voyageur Spirit ship.
More than 130 crew members had to be evacuated from the FSO intended for Statoil's Gina Krog field.
A US operator has been warned by the UK safety watchdog over failures in connection with the maintenance of emergency shut down valves on a field in the Irish Sea.
Shetland Coastguard’s helicopter was called out this morning when an oil rig worker suffered a heart attack.
US authorities have sent out orders for the inspection and early replacement of certain landing gear components on Sikorsky S92 helicopters.
According to the HSE, there are more than 20,000 or so noise induced work related diagnosis reported in the UK each year.
BG Group has been reprimanded after failing to install fire safety equipment on an offshore gas processing platform that was first recommended 14 years ago, it has been discovered.
It sounds like science fiction. Yet a cure for Acute Radiation Syndrome (ARS) may be on the horizon thanks to an Israeli scientist and a team from Pluristem Therapeutics Inc.
Norway's offshore safety watchdog has ordered Maersk Drilling to sort out safety procedures on a rig which is on contract Total E&P.
Two helicopters came within 400ft vertically during a reported near miss in the North Sea.
A subsidiary of oil giant Shell has agreed to pay a $2.4million fine in compensation after a tanker exploded killing more than 200 people.
A Bristow helicopter had all four main rotor blades "destroyed" after hitting the roof of a parked truck, it has emerged.
An AgustaWestland helicopter was ditched in the Arabian Gulf after engine oil temperatures soared to dangerously high levels.
A coal mine explosion in northern Iran has trapped dozens of miners and killed at least two, according to state media.
Former Wood Group chief executive Bob Keiller and Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse will speak at a safety event in Aberdeen.
The memory of Chernobyl is still strongly retained and solemnly commemorated in Ukraine, where, again, I will spend another Chernobyl Anniversary, on 26th April.