When you need boots on the groundOnsite audits that consider regulatory compliance, emissions, and documentation gap analysis are the first steps to optimize safety and production in the oil and gas industry. Our detailed, site-verified, as-built drawings facilitate proper hazard and operability (HAZOP) reviews, site integrity reviews, future engineering designs, and management of change (MOC) that occur on accurate and up-to-date critical engineering documentation.
I really appreciate the scope of my work—managing multiple drafters and field technicians, producing 5,000+ drawings in 2016—it’s a great success.
Ensuring safety when there is no standardEvery fall (and spring), as most of us turn our clocks backward (or forward), we do maintenance around our home. We check our smoke detectors, clean our furnace filters and ensure our major appliances, like our water heaters are working. Keeping important equipment serviced and operating safely should always be a priority. But how do you know they are built or installed safely in the first place? Most fuel-related appliances we see at home or at work, such as our furnace and hot water tank are certified to be safe. But for the oil and gas industry, it’s not that straightforward.
What you need to know about B149The B149 series of codes was first published in 1958. The province of Alberta has been issuing a variance for 13 years to help the Oil & Gas sector bring their inventory into compliance with the most recent variance having expired June 30, 2016. All non-certified appliances must be field approved by an accredited Certification/Inspection body (CB/IB). Read More
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