Incident Disclosure 2016

Near Miss – Empty Container Lost Overboard

January 19, 2016

Husky Energy reported that on January 17, 2016, two empty containers weighing 1.3 tons each became entangled while one of the containers was being offloaded from the offshore supply vessel Maersk Detector to the SeaRose FPSO. The containers were lifted clear of the deck of the vessel and one of the containers dropped into the sea and sank. Cargo operations were immediately suspended. A number of mitigation measures were enacted to manage potential risk to subsea infrastructure. Husky officials are conducting an investigation into the incident.

Media Contacts:

Husky Energy:
Colleen McConnell
Husky Energy Communications
t. (709) 724-3504

Sean Kelly APR, FCPRS
Manager of Public Relations
t. (709) 778-1418
c. (709) 689-0713

Incident Disclosures 2016

Nov 28, 2016Injured Worker – Injuries to Chin and Wrist
Oct 5, 2016Helicopter Return to Base
Aug 1, 2016Injured Worker – Hip Injury
Jul 15, 2016Unauthorized Discharge/Impairment of Safety Critical Equipment
May 11, 2016Flame Detection
May 6, 2016Major Injury
Apr 26, 2016High Potential Near Miss
Apr 8, 2016High Potential Near Miss/Dropped Object
Apr 1, 2016High Potential Near Miss
Feb 18, 2016Unauthorized Discharge of Glycol
Feb 2, 2016Helicopter Incident – Bird Strike
Jan 19, 2016Near Miss – Empty Container Lost Overboard