February 21, 2024
As the energy industry is growing and diversifying, so are its needs—and lithium batteries meet many of them. Their high energy density provides larger and longer-lasting amounts of energy than other batteries. Despite their common use in various consumer and industry products, lithium batteries still pose several hazards, primarily fires and explosions.
January 31, 2024
In this recorded webinar, representatives from WorkSafeBC's Return to Work Consultation and Education department will review the BC Government's Bill 41, the duty to cooperate and the duty to maintain employment obligations. This session will offer practical tips and highlight how working together can reduce the time employees are away due to disability-related time loss and create a healthier work environment.
January 29, 2024
Legislative and regulatory changes for the energy industry are regularly issued at federal, provincial and municipal levels, and organizations need to be forward-looking and ready to comply.
January 19, 2024
A combination of strategies aimed at maintaining and/or improving one's emotional and psychological well-being are crucial for managing mental health.
December 20, 2023
Learn how to improve safety performance by tracking and understanding PSIs.
December 5, 2023
Many jobs require some amount of driving, meaning that even if it is minor, knowing how to safely operate and maintain a vehicle is crucial.
November 29, 2023
IRP 30 includes planning, execution, and post-execution monitoring of temporary well shut-ins or suspensions, as well as reactivation recommendations for cased oil and gas wells.
October 10, 2023
Across the provinces, requirements for noise assessment are similar. This bulletin is a reminder of these requirements and who can conduct the assessment.
July 26, 2023
A wireline crew was preparing to remove a tool assembly from a well with wireline equipment suspended overhead. The secondary winch line parted, causing the suspended equipment to fall, and the wellhead impact guard prevented the crew from moving outside the strike zone. A wireline operator’s forearm was struck resulting in a serious injury and hospitalization.