Best Practices to Prevent Fatalities


By: Issac Dantin

In light of risks and contributing factors, protecting each other from fatal and serious incidents is a huge challenge. Our commitment to safety is to always strive to get ahead of incidents. We want to learn how to predict where the weak points are, but it’s not an easy task. Here are some ways we can tackle this task and proactively prevent fatalities. Read More...

Tito's Hazard Hunt Challenge


By: John Able

At a recent morning safety meeting, Safety Specialist Gonzalo “Tito” Lujan challenged crews to inspect their tools and pull out any with damages or needing to be replaced. Read More...

Keep Your Guard Up - Danos Against COVID-19


By: Issac Dantin

Many of you can probably remember when you were younger lacing up those boxing gloves for the first time. Your dad or older brother gave you the basics on how to throw a jab. They taught you what a cross was and how to properly execute the famous uppercut. As you danced around a makeshift ring in your backyard, or climbed on a mattress to box with your cousins or siblings, you were reminded of that golden rule - keep your guard up! As soon as you lowered your guard, you could bet a glove was soon to make direct contact with your face. While that does bring back good memories, it ties in very well to where we are in terms of this world pandemic. We need to keep our guard up! Read More...

Act F.A.S.T. for Stroke


By: Mathew Bascle

Stroke is dangerous and deadly. It is the number five killer and a leading cause of disability in America. When someone suffers a stroke, time is of the utmost importance. The sooner a patient gets medical attention, the better his or her chances are of recovery. By learning and sharing the F.A.S.T. warning signs, you may be able to save a life from a stroke. Read More...

Shell Safety Day at Danos


By: Clay Carter

The SS-332 Shell Pipeline construction crew took time before re-mobilizing this week to have Shell Safety Day hosted at Danos headquarters in Gray. The Shell project manager and Shell project engineer led safety discussions geared around this year’s theme of "human performance, failing safe and communication." Read More...

COVID-19 PPE Items


By: The Pipeline

Now that many businesses have begun to reopen, and some of our daily routines are returning, you may find yourself in need of some COVID-19 PPE items. Read More...

Remember the 20/20/20 Rule


By: Frances Kosak

In today’s word, we all find ourselves guilty of spending long periods of time looking at computer, phone or tablet screens. This can strain the eyes, leading to irritated and dry eyes. Read More...

Double Duty SWA


By: Clay Daugherty

Thank you to Danos team member John Buie, scaffold coordinator for project logistics at Danos’ Amelia yard. In addition to his project logistics duties, John has been performing daily scaffold inspections for our Weeks Marine project at Bollinger Shipyard in Amelia. Read More...

Russell Brown Watches for Corrosion


By: Scott Theriot

Great job to Compliance Coordinator Russell Brown for his recent WATCH card submission. While working offshore for customer LLOG, Russell found multiple aerosol cans that were corroded along the bases and the seams in the flammable storage lockers. Read More...

Hurricane Season is in Session


By: Mathew Bascle

Hurricane season officially began on June 1 and ends on November 30. The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season is expected to be “above normal” this year. Danos will utilize its Hurricane Action Plan any time a storm develops into a tropical system and is a threat to operations in the Gulf of Mexico. Read More...