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View these engaging HSE videos which address key HSE issues for Baker Hughes and the industry.
Owning our Journey
Listen in to the story of “Owning our Journey”. See how Baker Hughes is changing the way we – and the industry – manage HSE and how an interdependent corporate culture can drive innovation, change, and employee engagement.
This Safety Equation video demonstrates the creativity and initiative of our field employees who developed their own video to drive change.
Life Rules! address the most critical safety areas and particularly apply to field/high risk work areas. They are an integral part of how we work at Baker Hughes and provide support to the overall Perfect HSE Day campaign.
Driver Safety: Everyone is counting on you
As part of the Perfect HSE Day campaign, this video also crosses over and is one of the Life Rules! The video was filmed in Oman and demonstrates the global need for all Baker Hughes employees to focus on driving safety. It highlights that driving is a risk we take almost every day, and we must remember that Every One is Counting on You to arrive safely at your destination.
Make today a Perfect HSE Day
Through a series of emotional interviews and responses a close knit group of long term workers discuss an accident and what a Perfect HSE Day now means to them.
Take Care of Each Other
Provides clear guidance on what a “Perfect HSE Day” means to Baker Hughes and its employees and explains that no injuries, no motor vehicle accidents or harm to the environment is the goal each and every day.
How to Conduct a MOC
This video is a new look to simplify a sometimes complex issue. It is a short engaging video that illustrates the Management of Change process used by Baker Hughes.
This real story provides us all with a vivid reminder that if safe work procedures are not followed that our lives can change in an instant. Each day we must remain vigilant to ensure our Life Rules! are followed, and use Stop Work whenever we see anyone, employees or contractors, at risk. Understanding and always following safe procedures is fundamental to everyday being a Perfect HSE Day.
Upstream Process Safety
This video is an overview of Baker Hughes' integrated approach to Upstream Process Safety, and the application of the multi-barrier philosophy.
Baker Hughes BowTie Risk Assessment Method
The BowTie method is typically used to assist with the identification and management of Process Risk. It is a hazard centric and barrier based model shaped like a bow-tie to differentiate between pro-active and re-active risk management.
Upstream Process Safety - Barrier Management
This video provides an overview of the well site Barrier management. The video highlights the importance of assessing the health of barriers and ensuring that they are in place. Additionally, examples of different types of barriers are provided.
Gulf of Mexico CWI team demonstrates courage, implementing Stop Work Authority
Three Baker Hughes Specialists were on location to run a dual completion. The well was taking fluid, and as the hydrostatic head decreased to near the reservoir pressure, the well “burped” gas back to surface. The rig crew noticed returns of something at the surface and knew that the well would not remain static during operations. Instead of moving forward with business as usual, they had the courage to Stop Work.