Crucial Conversations improves oil rig Safety by 55 percent in one year - Crucial Life-Changing Skills

Working an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico is physically demanding and potentially dangerous. Crews clock twelve-hour days for two weeks straight amid swinging iron equipment and heavy machinery. But the routine nature of the job can lull a worker into complacency to the point where he or she rests his or her fingers in the wrong place, or trips over a mislaid tool, or worse.

Chris Johnston, vice president and managing director,North America, for Pride International, is a fourthgeneration oil field worker who has been on rigs since he was fifteen, and who understands first-hand what can happen when safety isn’t everyone’s top concern.

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