iPhone Safety Feature


By: David Gravois

Wherever you are in the world, there is likely access to some sort of emergency service for police, medical, or fire help. Different locations have different call numbers for emergency services. Instead of having to know the local emergency service number, or waiting to be redirected from the number you've just called (like 911), you can be directly connected to the emergency number wherever you are using a shortcut on your iPhone. Read More...

Consistent Safety Continues Within Coatings


By: The Pipeline

Coatings Foreman Andy Ho and his crew continue to set superior safety standards aboard Shell Olympus. BSEE recently administered a detailed inspection of each task of the paint process with nearly zero recommendations. Read More...

LOOP Galliano Celebrates 16 Years Incident-Free


By: Matthew Pere

With the completion of work on Feb. 26, 2018, LOOP Galliano celebrated 16 years of incident-free operations. The journey has not been easy as this milestone was accomplished by working 534,000 man-hours safely. Read More...

Active Shooter Preparation


By: Issac Dantin

​Recent national tragedies remind us that the risk is real: an active shooter incident can happen in any place at any time. The best ways to make sure you and your loved ones stay safe are to prepare ahead of time and be ready. Taking a few steps now and mentally rehearsing what to do can help you react quickly when every second counts. Read More...

Feedback from Field Leaders


By: The Pipeline

Last week, Danos' safety team issued a challenge to do a better job at identifying and isolating hazards pertaining to LOTO, energy isolation, cable removal, and pressure testing across the board. Our field leaders shared why safety is everyone's responsibility. Read More...

Get Involved with Your Safety


By: Issac Dantin

In some way or another, all field employees utilize LOTO, energy isolation, cable removal, pressure testing, etc. Whether it’s electrical, trapped pressure or hydrocarbon remnants that are in a pipeline, we can all do a better job at identifying and isolating these hazards across the board. Read More...

Teach Your Teen Driver to Stay Out of a Truck’s ‘No Zone’


By: The Pipeline

One of the best things parents can teach their teens is to make the interaction between their car and a semi-truck as short as possible. The number one reason for this is a truck’s blind area; being in that blind area makes the car driver, experienced or not, vulnerable. Read More...

Mardi Gras Safety


By: Toby Talbot

Mardi Gras is one of the most exciting times in Louisiana, but it can also be a very dangerous time. During Louisiana’s five-day Mardi Gras holiday in 2017, there were 629 crashes that resulted in injury or fatality, more than any other holiday period, according to figures from the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission. The crashes caused 10 deaths and 1,117 injuries. In 84 of the crashes, three of the deaths and 158 of the injuries, alcohol was involved. Read More...

How to Manage Stress


By: Steven Segura

It’s impossible to avoid stress completely, but by listening to your body's needs you can create a more positive working environment. By paying attention to diet and exercise, taking breaks, and including creative outlets, you can keep stress and anxiety from taking over your workplace. Read More...

Big Safety Recognition in Big Lake


By: Brandon Patterson

I want to recognize our Danos employees currently working for EP Energy in the Big Lake, Texas office. During the safety meeting on Thursday, our employees were recognized by Phil Ladner with EP Energy for the observations they have written since the beginning of 2017. Read More...