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We all take risks, in our lives, at work. But what happens when you, or those around you, start to deviate from what is safe, bit by little bit? In 1988 a series of massive explosions destroyed the world's largest offshore oil and gas rig killing 167 men. How could it happen, and what can it teach us about why we take risk? Is the biggest risk now that we've forgotten how simple it is for things to go terribly wrong?
||CleanTrailer||When you survive a major disaster, do you stop taking risks?...||5 12 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAny Other Day||It's the late eighties and the oil industry is booming. Life's good. But when you've become comfortable dealing with risk, it makes...||5 12 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFour Minutes Past Ten||It was a gas leak that started it, like a banshee wail on the production deck. The 18-month long government inquiry set about investigati...||5 12 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Second Disaster||When the cameras are gone you can't see the ripple effect that carries on through the decades after a major accident. Why do some peopl...||5 12 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBack To Consciousness||It's been a long time since Piper exploded: experts are nervous that the industry has forgotten and is on the precipice of another disa...||5 12 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Such a well made podcast, highly recommended, what a great team!
I expected Baseline to be some sort of training podcast for rig workers but it's bingeworthy! It has lots of drama and great characters but it's a real story told by real people.
Such an informative podcast!