Mickey Nevill – SIMOPS – Basic Energy Services

Fall Protection – Jeff Lynch, Pam Smithson - Lone Star Safety Supply a Division of Ritz Safety

Kenny Jordan – Safety Statistics for the Well Servicing Industry”  AESC


Russell Ammons – The Opioid Epidemic - Psychemedics

Rick Ingram, founder of the STEPS network to speak.

Confined Space – Winter weather hazards 

Training that is not tedious

TCEQ – Scheduled Compliance Investigations

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Aimi Tanada, Environmental Investigator

DFW Region Air Section - Barnett Shale Team, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

(817) 588-5879  * This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fall Protection

Emergency Response Plan – Emergency Preparedness – Active Shooter

Health and Safety Risks for Workers Involved in Manual Tank Gauging and Sampling at Oil and Gas Extraction Sites

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have identified health and safety risks to workers who manually gauge or sample fluids on production and flowback tanks from exposure to hydrocarbon gases and vapors, exposure to oxygen-deficient atmospheres, and the potential for fires and explosions.

Workers at oil and gas extraction sites could be exposed to hydrocarbon gases and vapors, oxygen-deficient atmospheres, and fires and explosions when they open tank hatches to manually gauge or collect fluid samples on production, flowback, or other tanks (e.g., drip pots) that contain process fluids.

Opening tank hatches, often referred to as “thief hatches,” can result in the release of high concentrations of hydrocarbon gases and vapors. These exposures can have immediate health effects, including loss of consciousness and death.

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Emerging Issues: Tank Gauging 
Fort Worth Area OSHA Office presentation July 15, 2016
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The Lesser Prairie Chicken and the Environmental impact on Oil & Gas Companies