Safety Information

July 18th, 2019 - Heat Related Illness

Problems develop when the body’s cooling mechanisms do not work properly. For example, when the air temperature exceeds body temperature, the body cannot easily cool itself. If the air is humid, sweat also does not evaporate quickly. Sweat also does not evaporate from a person who works hard or exercises while wrapped in heavy clothing or protective gear. That makes heat-related illness a concern in any weather, anywhere.

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Fatigued Driving in the Oil and Gas Industry

For oil and gas workers, fatigue caused by a combination of long work hours and lengthy commutes can contribute to motor vehicle crashes – the leading cause of death in the industry – a new fact sheet from NIOSH states.

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APi Group's Commitment to Zero Incidents

As a wholly owned subsidiary of APi Group, QIS is committed to safety. Being a part of more than 50 dedicated safety leaders and a corporate Risk Management department, our commitment to safety is our highest priority.

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Protecting Employees from Severe Weather Threats

We’ve just experienced an outbreak of severe weather here in Oklahoma when an unseasonable August tornado tore through midtown Tulsa early Sunday

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