While personal protective equipment has not traditionally had the technological capabilities to help prevent worker injury due to human error, the latest safety innovations, such as gas detection wearables, can help provide visibility and data-driven insights.
Offshore workers engaged in rotating shift work may face an increased risk of prostate cancer, according to the results of a study from the University of Oslo and the Cancer Registry of Norway.
OSHA issued citations to oil and gas waste-management company Production Waste Solutions for failing to protect workers from hydrogen sulfide after an employee died.

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