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Industry leaders unite against fake steel

piping commons project managerAndrey Burtsev of Interpipe initiated the vocal fight against the use of fake steel, particularly in the Middle East, at ADIPEC 2016

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10th annual MEP awards 2016 winners announced

Mina seyahi hotel complexThe MEP Middle East Awards is the premier event for the mechanical, electrical and plumbing sector in the United Arab Emirates to award individuals and companies and acknowledge the latest innovations, processes and technology 

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Southco design new, safer shutter cam latch

E5 8 052 YY1Southco has expanded its successful E5 Cam Latch series with a new latch designed to prevent accidental opening

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Rigzone survey: Safety in top priority for professionals

Williston North Dakota Oil Worker On The Rig Deck 5894634028 Lindsey Gire CommonsSafety comes out as a key issues for emplyees as Rigzone undertake their inaugural ideal employer survey of 8,400 professionals in 100 countries 


According to a survey undertaken by Rigzone, the first since the global downturn, a commitment to health and safety is the single most important attribute for people working in the upstream,  midstream and downstream sectors across the world. 

The survey was taken by 8,400 oil professionals in more than 100 countries. The people surveyed were asked questions on key issues for the the oil and gas industries, such as values, performance and pay rates. 

Companies were also rated as employers and Shell, Chevron, ExxonMobil, BP and Halliburton have been ranked as the top five employers

In the Middle East, Shell finished top with Saudi Aramco coming in second place. Schlumberger were in third with Halliburton and BP fourth and fifth. The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and the Kuwait National Petroleum Company were listed sixth and fourteenth respectively. 

Rigzone''s managing director, James Bennet said, "The results are revealing as this is the first major survey to be conducted with the global workforce, and against a background of continuing challenging economic circumstances for the sector.

“That the largest companies in the sector complete the top 30, the majority having undergone significant change due to the effects of the downturn in the past 18 months, will give them confidence that the workforce remain committed to the sector.” 

The full listings and survey information can be found here

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Quickly respond to safety risks

DIY pictureSupport your go for zero programme by immediately adding safety signs or warnings whenever risks emerge in your workplace. Use a professional printer and safety sign software to quickly create the right signs that clearly communicate any risk or danger to your co-workers. Read more about the best practice.

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