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Improving safety in the low cost environment. J. Welch and S. Kidd. Paper. 5th Internat. Conf., Loss prevention in the oil and gas industry, 11--13 September 1995, Aberdeen, pages 69--85. (See abstract 372 for complete reference).

The question is discussed of whether there is a need for the introduction of common fire safety training systems within the oil and gas industry. Currently adopted fire training systems are examined with reference to their adequacy and flexibility for accommodating the present regulatory regime and future requirements of the industry.

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