The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has awarded University of North Dakota researchers a grant to develop a program designed to improve offshore safety culture in the oil and gas industry.
The Gulf Research Program (GRP) awarded Dr. Ivan Damnjanovic at Texas A&M University a grant to develop quantifiable measurements of safety culture improvements for the offshore oil and gas industry.
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A partnership among University of Houston researchers and energy companies, Diamond Offshore Drilling and Baker Hughes, will examine whether simple exercises designed to increase mindfulness can reduce potential safety risks associated with offshore operations.
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