Will Your Equipment Stand Up to Life on an Oil Rig?
While high pay, lots of time off, and the chance for camaraderie draw people from all walks of life to work on offshore oil rigs, the work is anything but leisurely. Workers endure 12-hour shifts, live in close quarters with colleagues, and spend a lot of time away from family.
As intensely as oil-rig employees work, the equipment on board should work just as hard. It’s vital for all machines on the rig to be safe. That’s why Cospolich designs sea-ready equipment that can meet these needs.
Put Safety First
Life on an offshore oil rig can be rewarding in many ways. However, it’s not for the faint of heart. Some of the risks of the job are inherent to the industry. Unfortunately, five percent of all oil rig workers get hurt each year. For example, harsh weather, fires, and transportation accidents are constant threats to everyone aboard.