Fabrication Site

Safe And Sound Construction​

Safe And Sound Construction​

The safety of workers at a fabrication site is of the utmost importance. Fabrication sites involve heavy machinery, power tools, and materials that can pose severe risks to workers if proper safety measures are not followed.

To ensure the safety of workers in a fabrication site, it is important to have proper safety training and procedures in place, as well as the use of personal protective equipment (PPE), such as hard hats, safety glasses, ear protection, and protective clothing. Regular safety inspections and equipment and machinery maintenance can also help minimize risks.
Veunex helps you take proper precautions and follow established safety procedures to ensure the well-being of workers and prevent serious accidents.

Risk Factors

There are many risk factors associated with working on a fabrication site. Workers may be exposed to dangerous chemicals, fumes, and dust during fabrication, which can lead to health problems if not handled properly. Meanwhile, heavy machinery and equipment used in a fabrication site can pose a severe risk of injury if not operated properly. Workers may be required to enter small, enclosed spaces to perform specific fabrication tasks, which can be dangerous due to limited visibility and the risk of inhaling hazardous materials. Some fabrication tasks may require repetitive motions or heavy lifting, leading to physical strain and injury. Some other activities, such as welding, cutting, and other fabrication processes, can generate sparks and heat, posing a fire and explosion risk. Workers may also be at risk of electrical shock or burn if they come into contact with electrical equipment or wiring. And last but not least, working at height is one of the everyday activities at fabrication sites that may cause Workers to be at risk of falling from ladders, scaffolds, or other elevated work surfaces. Identifying and assessing these risk factors is essential to develop and implement effective measures to minimize the risk of injury or harm to workers in a fabrication site. It can include using personal protective equipment (PPE), proper training, safety procedures, and regular safety inspections and maintenance of machinery and equipment.


About 12% of incidents on drilling rigs happen to derrickmen who often work on the monkeyboards. Falling and receiving strains and sprains are the main hazards besides being struck by dropped objects.


Breaking Out and tripping in/out are the main operations on the rig floor which contains many hazards. According to IADC, about 16% of total lost time incidents in the drilling industry occur during tripping in/out operations. The report also shows that breaking out pipe causes over 5% of incidents.

Starting the Drilling Process

To start drilling, a surface drill bit is attached to a bottom hole drill collar, which is in turn attached to the kelly.

Handling Tubulars

Material handling manually or by machines involving handling tubulars, accounts for about 12% of accidents in drilling rigs both onshore and offshore.

Suggested Safety Scenarios

Red zones

HSE Audit

PPE detection


Client Testimonials

“It is Working Perfectly and we can Monitor a Big Fabrication site with the power of AI coverage saving time and energy.”
Vinek Deshwal- HSE supervisor- Mcdermott
Vinek Deshwal-Principal HSES Advisor

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