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SEMS is here! View exclusive videos on drillingcontractor.org

Posted on 15 November 2011

SEMS is here for operators and contractors in the US Gulf of Mexico. The compliance deadline for the US Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement’s new regulations on safety and environmental management systems is 15 November. IADC has been at the forefront of efforts to develop the SEMS Toolkit  to assist industry compliance.

Further, IADC through drillingcontractor.org offers exclusive video interviews with individuals central to the toolkit’s development – Brenda Kelly and Julia Swindle of IADC and Jack Isbell of Rowan Companies.

Click here to watch these short and informative videos, conducted by IADC editorial coordinator Joanne Liou.

The videos are companion pieces to a detailed article in the November/December DC, also by Ms Liou. Click here to read the full article.

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