Stop Work Authority Challenge and Debate

15-Jan-2019

By: Matt Kelso

Pat Gipson, FPSO Turritella mechanic technician, was working with a crew to change out a hydraulic accumulator on an operating pressure system. Once the accumulator was installed and the crew filled it with nitrogen to the correct PSI (approx. 3000 PSI), the crew noticed a leak on one of the oil-side fittings of the accumulator. Pat used stop work authority and explained that. Read More...

Personally Protecting Danos Assets

15-Jan-2019

By: Mark Theriot

Mike Allen, Marcellus production specialist, received a notification in the mail January 4, 2019 from the Township of Neville in Pennsylvania stating that there was a fine pending on a company vehicle belonging to Danos. This fine was originally issued two months prior in October 2018. The employee who received the fine is no longer employed with Danos, so Mike. Read More...

Lunch and Learn

09-Jan-2019

By: The Pipeline

Are you terrified of public speaking? Does your presentation style consist of reading a PowerPoint presentation word-for-word? Do you feel like you aren't connecting with your audience while presenting? If you answered yes to any or all of the above, YOU ARE NOT ALONE! At a recent lunch and learn, External Communication Coordinator Nicole Williams gave tips and tricks to help improve presentation skills. Read More...

Danos Works Volunteer Spotlight

09-Jan-2019

By: The Danos Foundation

In 2018, Compliance Coordinator Rick Keen logged 290 hours through the Danos Works portal. Through the Roman Catholic Church of the Diocese of Lafayette, he volunteers as a minister at the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center weekly. Read More...

Promotion for John Able

08-Jan-2019

By: Issac Dantin

Please join us in congratulating John Able on his promotion to Permian Safety Manager. In his new role, John will be Danos’ first Safety Manager in that region. He will manage our current safety specialists who are supporting our various product lines. Read More...

Tech Tip for Microsoft Word

03-Jan-2019

By: David Gravois

There is an easy way to turn all caps into lowercase, lowercase into all caps and ThiS INtO A PrOperLy FoRMaTTeD sEntence. Learn how to do this by watching a 30-second tutorial. Read More...

Celebrating 10+ Years

03-Jan-2019

By: David Gravois

The years of knowledge accumulated between these 144 long-term employees is really something to be treasured. Whether you are a Danos newbie or coming up on 10+ years yourself, take some time to talk to these veterans so their knowledge can be passed on to the next generation of Danos team members. Read More...

HOS Port Celebrates Nine Years Incident-Free

20-Dec-2018

By: The Pipeline

​HOS Port recently celebrated the milestone of nine years without a recordable incident. Within this time frame, an average of 22 personnel worked 24/7 for 365 days per year logging 422,000 man-hours. At one of the two celebratory lunches Read More...

American Cancer Society Bayou Social Gala

18-Dec-2018

By: The Pipeline

​The Bayou Social Honoree Gala event is the fall fundraiser for Terrebonne Parish’s American Cancer Society. The evening is packed with over 400 local and regional executives, physicians, business professionals and other influential members of the community. Danos Sales Operations Analyst Melanie Toups (middle left) serves as a chairperson for the event but has been involved with the American Cancer Society for four years. Read More...

Sunday Service with a Smile

18-Dec-2018

By: Josh Gravois

On a recent Sunday afternoon, a customer requested that 15 personnel be mobilized within 48 hours for a project. Personnel Coordinator Therese Platte and Training Coordinator Wanda St. Pierre put forth a tremendous effort to get all personnel approved in ISN, a compliance program used by general contractors and sub-contractors, and mobilized within the 48 hour time-frame. Thank you, Wanda and Therese, for your passion for winning. Read More...