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October 13, 2020
Truck Driver Overcome by Carbon Monoxide
Shortly after a fuel leak on a semi-trailer truck was repaired at a dealership, the driver noticed it was leaking again. While en route to the dealership to get it fixed, the driver was unaware that fuel was leaking on the exhaust manifold. The driver was overcome as the A/C system pumped carbon monoxide from the burning fuel into the cabin and struck a parked car in the dealership parking lot.

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September 30, 2020
Worker Crushed by Pumpjack Equipment
Two workers were removing an alignment bolt from an out-of-service pumpjack horse head at a storage yard. The horse head was connected to the walking beam and situated in an upright position, therefore containing stored energy. “Worker A” was positioned under the walking beam. When “Worker B” began removing the alignment bolt, the walking beam collapsed, crushing and fatally injuring “Worker A”.

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August 27, 2020
Return to Work | Issue 09-2020
During the past few months, many energy-related workers have not been working because of the effects of the pandemic. For those accustomed to physically demanding positions, deconditioning—both mental and physical—is often rapid and, in some cases, significant. Others have been working at a slower pace or volume during COVID-19 and are now resuming their normal duties. Each of these scenarios require workers to increase their conditioning.

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August 17, 2020
Heavy Hauling Truck Lost Wheel Off Axle
A Super-B hauler truck completed unloading and proceeded to leave a location. The driver identified that it felt like the brakes were dragging on the front driver’s side wheel. The driver stopped, adjusted the brakes and proceeded to back up. While backing up, the wheel detached from the axle.

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