OSA Resource Library

Below are resources and tools available to support participants as they work to advance personal and process safety within their organizations.  These resources may be filtered by OSA Foundational Area as well as OSA Participant Action. These resources are provided for illustration purposes only and do not amend existing industry standards or establish new standards.  Each company should develop its own approach, and sound business, scientific, engineering, and safety judgment should be used in employing the information contained herein.  


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    Key Safety Behaviors

    Key safety behaviors that all workers should remember when carrying out their work tasks.

    Loss of Well Control and Well Control Barriers

    Loss of well control may be one of the greatest potential safety hazards at a worksite.  A well control barrier policy can ensure operations integrity during the life cycle of the well. 

    LSA Learning Objectives

    Workers should also have confidence that both they and the colleagues around them have the competency to address potential work hazards. To support participants, the OSA provides guidance on what LSA criteria should be included in an orientation and/or training program.

    Workforce Area

    The Workforce area focuses on establishing programs that educate, engage and evaluate the workforce on the most critical safety hazards found at their worksites and actions they can take to minimize their exposure.

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