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      Safety Issues at Workplace in the Offshore Oil and Gas industry : Safety Issues in the Offshore Oil and Gas industry

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            Abstract

            The offshore oil and gas industry gives a considerable number of occupations to the United States' workforce. Numerous families upheld by these positions dispersed along the Gulf Coast of Mexico comprehend the undeniable safety worries that accompany working in the offshore oil and gas industry. The oil and gas industry positions as perhaps the most unsafe industry out there when risk isn't suitably managed. The blend of incredible hardware, the item under high tension, remote, challenging to get to areas, and erratic climate altogether raises health and safety risks. Health and safety additionally immensely affect the primary concern.One of the most hazardous professions both physically and mentally is working on an oil and gas platform, because of the isolation, the extreme weather conditions, the location conditions, and the operating of heavy machinery and equipment for hours at a time that can cause a high risk of injuries and death. If something goes wrong in an offshore location, the results can be disastrous. So Safety should always be the number one concern for both employers and employees. When safety becomes a secondary thought, serious accidents, injuries, and even deaths can occur. In this research, I want to discuss the safety issues that employees face at the workplace both physically and mentally, and also safety management in Oil and Gas Industry.

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            ScienceOpen Preprints
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            3 November 2022
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            [1 ] School of Technology , University of Central Missouri
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            10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPYMVU7.v1
            dcf28513-ac6e-4257-b174-8ea8c98e975f

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            Earth & Environmental sciences,Engineering,Social & Behavioral Sciences
            Oil and gas Industry,safety,Work place

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