The Center for Offshore Safety (COS) is designed to promote the highest level of safety for offshore drilling, completions, and operations through leadership and effective management systems addressing communication, teamwork, and independent third-party auditing and certification. COS enables operational excellence in part by enhancing and continuously improving industry's safety and environmental performance and stimulating cooperation within industry to share industry learnings.The Learning from Incidents and Events (LFI) Program was established to provide a process for COS members to share and learn from incidents and High Value Learning Events (HVLE) that occur in offshore operations. Reporting is voluntary and data confidentiality is maintained through a process administered by a 3rd-party before submittal to COS.
The COS Safety Shares presented here represent the commitment of COS to its mission of promoting safe operations by sharing industry knowledge.
NOTICE: COS Safety Shares are based entirely on data voluntary reports by U.S. Operators and Contractors and you use it at your own risk. API has not verified the accuracy of reported data and makes no representation or warranty, either express or implied, or assumes any liability, with respect to the accuracy, completeness, or utility of the information contained herein. API is not undertaking to meet the duties of employers, manufacturers, or suppliers to warn and properly train and equip their employees or others exposed to health and safety risks.
COS2018012 Maintenance Job Scope Change Results in LOPC *NEW Dec 2019
COS2016043 Bosun Trapped Between Cargo on Vessel
COS2016046 Subsea Leak from Well Jumper.
COS2013002 Breathing Welding Gas Instead of Air
COS2014006 Blind Skillet in Mud Gas Separator Vent Line
COS2015015 Unexpected High Pressure in Depleted Zone
COS2016056 Compressor Flash Fire
COS2016057 EDS vs ESD