The Onshore Safety Alliance (OSA) is a voluntary industry coalition committed to reducing serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) in U.S. onshore oil and gas exploration and production.
It is an industry-wide program open to all companies engaged in oil and gas exploration and production operations in the onshore space and that are dedicated to the well-being of the industry's workforce.
We are an industry committed to the elimination of fatalities and life altering events.
We will use and make recommendations for the development of best practices that drive consistency for safe planning and execution of work.
We will partner together as operators, contractors and suppliers to learn and share best practices and drive collective industry improvement in both personal and process safety.
We will create a work environment where everyone feels accountable for their safety and the safety of others.
Serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) have significant impact on workers and their loved ones as well as the oil and gas community. By the sharing of best practices to identifying and reducing risks, OSA participants are dedicated to advancing personal and process safety to reach the shared goal of reducing SIFs.Learn More About SIFs
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The entire industry shares the goal of preventing SIFs. The OSA was formed to provide the tools and the platform to achieve this critical objective. It is designed to enhance your existing safety program by leveraging the collective expertise of its members and focusing on processes and behaviors that can lead to SIFs.
As a collective, the industry also benefits from a stronger collaboration and standardization of safety practices across operators and contractors, as well as more robust data analytics to identify emerging issues.Benefits of Participation