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HEALTH & SAFETY SECTION TITLE


The Vapo-Flo solution tests systems by blowing smoke through pipework via the deluge valve test line


rig workers is regarded as one of the deadliest ever oil rig accidents. As a result, in his report on the


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tragedy, Lord Cullen made more than 100 recommendations about how safety should be improved in the North Sea. Key to this was moving regulatory control for the offshore industry into the hands of the Health and Safety Executive. Tere are many challenges facing the oil and gas sector, including the growing number of ageing assets, with


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018 marks 30 years since one of the worst industry disasters in history, the Piper Alpha tragedy. Te disaster, which killed 167


many installations now operating beyond their design life. Drilling is taking place in ever deeper water and in more hostile and hazardous environments. More than ever operators need to improve the safety and integrity of people and plant, while ensuring a cost-effective and environmentally friendly delivery. Over the past few years, through


Blaze’s Vapo-Flo product reduces the need for wet deluge testing


the development of innovative fire safety systems and improved testing and maintenance procedures, Blaze has met the budgetary constraints of operators without compromising on safety and has reduced the environmental impact of regular


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