OSA Webinar Learning Series

The Onshore Safety Alliance hosts webinars throughs its OSA Webinar Learning Series to share ideas, learn from subject matter experts, and encourage improvement in safety and operational practices. Below are past OSA webinars for your awareness.   

Informational Webinar: All Your Questions About SIF & FPI Answered

The OSA and IOGP teamed up to present an informational webinar answering questions about Serious Injuries & Fatalities (SIFs) and Fatalities & Permanent Impairments (FPIs).  In addition to defining the two concepts, the webinar compares the two concepts, shares FPI data, provides the business case to adopt/align to FPI, highlights ways organizations could adopt/align to FPI, and addresses questions posed by audience members.  Below are the webinar and presentation.

Introduction to the IOGP Process Safety Fundamentals (PSF)

The IOGP Process Safety Fundamentals (PSFs) have been developed to support companies as they seek to reduce, and ultimately eliminate, fatal and high severity process safety events. During this webinar, onshore industry experts provide an overview on the Process Safety Fundamentals and why they are a critical tool for onshore companies working towards the goal of zero incidents within their operations. Below are the webinar and presentation.  

Introduction to Risk Assessments

Risk assessments are an important step all companies should take as part of their planning activities. Assessments help decisionmakers identify things that can go wrong and determine controls to prevent or mitigate the risk. During this webinar, onshore oil and gas industry experts provide an overview on what risk assessments are and why they are a valuable step within a company’s operations, with a focus on the What-If Analysis Methodology. Below are the webinar and presentation. 

Introduction to Life Saving Actions Programs

All workers should be aware of the most critical safety hazards found at their worksites that have caused worker loss of life within the industry and actions they can take to minimize their exposure. Life Saving Actions Programs educate workers on these hazards and what steps they can take to protect themselves and their colleagues. During this webinar, onshore industry experts will provide an overview on life saving actions programs, why they are a valuable step within a company’s operations and what tools are available across the industry to support companies in implementing a program within their organizations.