Latest Safety Alerts

A large metal sign attached to the crane railing fell from the crane hitting the floor. This fall was approximately 12 metres.
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A radio disengaged from the latch lock on a Python radio holster and fell out onto a turbine platform 20 meters below causing the radio to break.
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While carrying out the confined space task on the Unit 2 blade inspections in the turbine hall a worker picked up a personal gas monitor from Operations as the Chemistry Lab, who normally issue the monitors, was closed during the weekend.
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Latest News from Working Groups

The first steps have been made for the development of the StayLive Competency Card to replace the old Green Competence Passbook.

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The group met in August and agreed Terms of Reference. These will be published on the StayLive website in due course.

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The group last met on 6 July 2017, revisiting the “Fatigue, impairment and stress” risk assessment and identifing critical controls along with lead indicators that could be used to monitor these risk factors. 

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Latest Updates of Guidelines

Work Control Procedures

The second edition of the StayLive Generation Plant Work Control Procedures was issued in June 2017 and is now available via the link below. The working group will re-convene in November to plan the 2018 edition review process.
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Latest Safety Alerts

A large metal sign attached to the crane railing fell from the crane hitting the floor. This fall was approximately 12 metres.
Read more...

A radio disengaged from the latch lock on a Python radio holster and fell out onto a turbine platform 20 meters below causing the radio to break.
Read more...

While carrying out the confined space task on the Unit 2 blade inspections in the turbine hall a worker picked up a personal gas monitor from Operations as the Chemistry Lab, who normally issue the monitors, was closed during the weekend.
Read more...


READ MORE

Latest News from Working Groups

The first steps have been made for the development of the StayLive Competency Card to replace the old Green Competence Passbook.

Read more...

The group met in August and agreed Terms of Reference. These will be published on the StayLive website in due course.

Read more...

The group last met on 6 July 2017, revisiting the “Fatigue, impairment and stress” risk assessment and identifing critical controls along with lead indicators that could be used to monitor these risk factors. 

Read more...

READ MORE

Latest Updates of Guidelines

Work Control Procedures

The second edition of the StayLive Generation Plant Work Control Procedures was issued in June 2017 and is now available via the link below. The working group will re-convene in November to plan the 2018 edition review process.
Read more...

READ MORE
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