First, we provide an introduction and basic training course on DROPS best practices to achieve zero dropped object incidents in the workplace and ensure alignment with international standards.
Subsequently, we provide tailored checklists and manuals focused on preventing accidents resulting from dropped objects, while ensuring alignment with industry best practices and legislative requirements.
Our comprehensive DROPS Inspection System for rig crew establishes a culture of safety in the workplace through:
- Educating and increasing awareness of dropped object hazards
- Developing preventive plans
- Equipping personnel with correct materials for secondary retention
- Rectifying existing measures and recommending new solutions to close DROPS findings from inspection reports
The success of such a system is anchored on the capability of the inspection team and the cooperation of all rig personnel. Thus, we have developed our DROPS Inspection System for rig crew for personnel who are responsible for carrying out routine inspections and monitoring internal implementation of dropped object management systems.
To ensure effective implementation, we have divided the system into two.
Manual and Checklist:
- Divided into inspection points or zones.
- All zones have a specified inspection frequency.
- Provide descriptive pictures and text
- Pocket-size design to easily fit in the pocket of a coverall.
- Robust paper for in-field use.
- The pictures and examples tell the personnel what to inspect.
Findings and deviation are registered and can be registered in our maintenance system.
Manual and Checklist:
- Covers every single object the surveyor should inspect.
- All areas and equipment included will be defined together with the client.
- Descriptive pictures and text telling the surveyor what to look for.
- Easily understandable text, drawing and pictures to describe where the object is.
- Available space for the surveyor’s notes and fail descriptions.
- Our system describes the chronological order for efficient inspection.
All objects are criticality evaluated and divided into 7, 30, 90 and 180 days inspection intervals depending on severity.