Coatings Reaches 365 Days Incident-Free

30-Aug-2018

By: Clay Carter

On Wednesday, August 29, Coatings Services reached 365 days without a recordable. When asked about this milestone, Coatings Operations Manager Clay Carter said, "This is a great accomplishment. Many thanks to the personnel at the end of the blast hose working safely, the foreman ensuring their crews have everything on hand to perform the work safely, and the department effort to communicate openly and stay ahead of safety related issues as they arise." Read More...

Close Call

30-Aug-2018

By: The Pipeline

Danos Construction Superintendent Kin Leger would like to recognize Rigger Trent Tillman, Rigger Nathaniel Valen, Scaffold Builder William Rivera and Scaffold Foreman Lyle Gray for their bias to action during an emergency situation on their platform. A gentlemen working for the galley crew had a medical issue that resulted in calling a life flight to bring him to the hospital. Read More...

Powerful Presentation on Safe Driving at Safety Focus

29-Aug-2018

By: David Gravois

Those of us lucky enough to have been in the room when Sergeant Villarreal gave a moving presentation on safe driving at both Danos Permian Safety Focus events can all agree that the link to the video below is a must watch. Read More...

Additions to the Work Safe Oath

29-Aug-2018

By: The Pipeline

Two additional elements have been added to the Danos Work Safe Oath: Proper prevention of potential dropped objects and use of appropriate PPE at all times. Both of these elements are important and necessary to help maintain a stronger safety culture. Read More...

Danos Foundation Helps Refuge Services in Lubbock, Texas

22-Aug-2018

By: Melanie Toups

The Danos Foundation asks each grant recipient to provide a brief recap of how their organization used the grant funds they received from Danos Gives. The grant received by Refuge Services provided 104 hours of equine-assisted therapy for 35 clients, including 12 veterans, 18 children with disabilities and five at-risk youth. Read More...

Challenge Accepted

22-Aug-2018

By: The Pipeline

Production Services General Manager Michael Guidry recently issued a challenge on the company-wide weekly safety call for everyone to share which type of gloves they wear every day for various tasks. Operations Manager Kerry Guidry and Automation Project Coordinator Liz Baudoin decided to grab gloves worn by members of the environmental services team and break down how each pair is used. Read More...

Learning and Growing

22-Aug-2018

By: The Pipeline

Certified Safety Professional Michael Gautreaux from Nicholls State University’s Petroleum Engineering Technology and Safety Management (PETSM) has asked Danos Production Services Safety Manager Wren Lemmon to teach a Safety and Control Systems course class under the PETSM degree curriculum at Nicholls, every other week. Read More...

One Less Success

17-Aug-2018

By: Thomas Rougeau

Recently, Danos/Big Foot Marine Coordinator Mike Smith, a.k.a Mississippi Mike, and his team saved a customer roughly $160,000 over a 4-day period. Two supply boats, one carrying deck cargo and one carrying fuel, were scheduled to make deliveries to Xanadu, a floatel housing 500-600 workers supporting BigFoot TLP. Read More...

Brother's Keeper

14-Aug-2018

By: Matt Kelso

On August 2, 2018, Danos Production Supervisor Richard Rowland was travelling from his home in Florida to crew change in Houma for Shell's FPSO Turritella. As he was driving, a security alert appeared on his phone alerting him that an intruder was trying to break into his home. Read More...

Proud to Have Perrillioux

14-Aug-2018

By: Josh Gravois

Recently one of our clients recognized Scaffold Foreman Allen Perrillioux for his outstanding work. The customer said, “I wanted to let you know how much of an outstanding job Allen Perrilloux is performing for us. He is definitely on top of his game and. Read More...