Step Change in Safety celebrates its 25th anniversary this year with a full-day event at P&J Live.
A North Sea health and safety leader has underlined the need for industry to take the “good practice” it has developed into the transition.
A raft of planned improvements have been earmarked for Aberdeen’s North Sea Memorial Gardens as part of a transformational re-design.
A memorial service was held in Aberdeen today to mark 33 years since the Piper Alpha disaster, which claimed the lives of more than 100 men.
Step Change in Safety has added bosses from BP and Schlumberger to its leadership roster.
Bosses at Shell and Step Change in Safety have hit out at onshore decommissioning safety standards, warning that “too many people are still getting hurt”.
"If I had went into the accommodation I don't know if I would have ever came out"
A Piper Alpha remembrance service will be held today to mark 32 years since the disaster after organisers overcame the challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Managing the risks of Covid-19 has been at the forefront of our minds in recent months. However, we must be careful not to be distracted from the ever-present potential of major accident hazards (MAHs).
An appeal has been made to help families of Piper Alpha victims pay their respects in an upcoming memorial service.
The UK's oil and gas industry has welcomed the publication of fresh guidance on managing Covid-19 cases offshore.
A memorial trust is planning an “informal” act of remembrance in Aberdeen this weekend to mark 31 years since the Piper Alpha disaster.
A man who has worked tirelessly to improve working conditions in the North Sea after almost perishing on Piper Alpha has been appointed to lead Step Change in Safety.
Steve Rae counts himself among the fortunate 61 who survived Piper Alpha and has made it his duty to ensure that the legacy of the disaster of July 6, 1988, when 167 offshore workers perished, “continues to be revisited, referenced and shared whenever possible with all those connected to and directly employed in the oil and gas industry”.
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS), based in Banchory, Aberdeenshire, said yesterday it had secured a new multimillion-pound finance package to support its ambitious growth plans.