North Sea Platform Corrosion Led to Accident and Injury

BBC News, November 30, 2016

The United Kingdom's Health and Safety Executive (HSE), an agency comparable to OSHA in the United States, has found that excess corrosion on a North Sea oil platform led to an incident in which a worker was injured. The offshore rig's operator, Enquest, was served an improvement notice and has vowed to implement changes to improve safety and prevent a repeat of this accident.

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