Halliburton and Oil States International Win Prestigious NOIA Safety in Seas Awards

For Immediate Release: Thursday, April 27, 2023
NOIA Contact:  Justin Williams, (202) 465-8464 | jwilliams@nullnoia.org

Halliburton and Oil States International Win Prestigious NOIA Safety in Seas Awards
 Halliburton earns the Safety Practice Award, Oil States wins the Culture of Safety Award

Washington, D.C. - The National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) is pleased to announce Halliburton and Oil States International are the winners of the 2023 NOIA Safety in Seas Awards competition. Halliburton is the 2023 NOIA Safety in Seas Safety Practice Award winner and Oil States is recognized for the 2023 NOIA Safety in Seas Culture of Safety award.

The Safety Practice Award recognizes specific technologies, approaches, methods, or projects with direct and demonstrable impacts on improving safety. The Culture of Safety Award honors overall organizational immersion in and commitment to safety, which has resulted in remarkable, measurable, and sustained safety performance over a prolonged period of time.

NOIA president Erik Milito congratulates Halliburton and Oil States International, saying, "The success of American offshore energy demonstrates that safety is a collective effort. The Safety in Seas entries showcase the full spectrum of offshore energy companies, including those in oil and gas, wind, and service and supply segments, all prioritizing safety in their operations. Notably, Halliburton and Oil States have taken an expansive approach towards safety, implementing programs and processes that translate to both company-wide and industry-wide safety performance improvements. We extend our gratitude to all the applicants for their strong submissions and unwavering commitment to safety and safety innovation."

Summer Condarco, senior vice president, Service Quality, Continuous Improvement, and Chief HSE Officer for Halliburton, said, “At Halliburton, HSE and service quality are at the heart of everything we do. We continuously assess for opportunities to advance our strong safety culture, and initiatives like 5 Checks to Go and our Risk Management program are essential to this effort. We are honored to receive this prestigious award from NOIA that recognizes our employee commitment to offshore safety.”

“As a technology-focused manufacturing and energy services company, safety is a cornerstone of our culture, which is embedded in our processes and in the products and services we provide,” explained Cindy B. Taylor, Oil States’ President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are extremely proud to receive the Culture of Safety Award recognizing the commitment of our global organization, at every level, to continuously improve our safety processes to positively impact the health and safety of our employees, and the communities that we work in.”


Halliburton is recognized for the Safety Practice award for its Risk Management and 5 Checks to Go programs, which are part of Halliburton’s “Journey to ZERO” vision of achieving zero safety incidents, zero environmental incidents, and zero non-productive time. Using a digital delivery platform and the 5 Checks to Go program to standardize safety processes, Halliburton reduced its HSE lost time injury rate from the previous year and improved service quality, achieving a historical best non-productive time performance. Halliburton also shared its Risk Management and 5 Checks to Go programs with other companies during several energy industry forums

Oil States

Oil States is recognized for the Culture of Safety Award for the overlapping suite of processes designed to improve safety performance across the company’s global operations. These processes include: executive commitment and monitoring; clear communication of vision; development and implementation of structured management systems (including training, surveillance, reporting and analytical safety tools); and the consistently applied commitment of each employee to protect themselves and others. Since 2013, Oil States has achieved dramatic reductions in the number of injuries and lost time events across its workforce.


The award-winning entries from Halliburton and OSI were evaluated by an independent panel of judges from the U.S. Coast Guard, the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, the National Academy of Science’s Transportation Research Board, and two industry safety consultants. There were 13 applications between the two Safety in Seas Categories.

NOIA has held the SIS awards competition since 1978 to recognize those who contribute to improving the safety of life in the offshore energy industry. The awards are sponsored by Compass Publications.


About Halliburton

Halliburton is one of the world’s leading providers of products and services to the energy industry. Founded in 1919, we create innovative technologies, products, and services that help our customers maximize their value throughout the life cycle of an asset and advance a sustainable energy future. Visit them at www.halliburton.com; connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube.

About Oil States International

Oil States International, Inc. is a global provider of manufactured products and services to customers in the energy, industrial and military sectors. The Company's manufactured products include highly engineered capital equipment and consumable products. Oil States is headquartered in Houston, Texas with manufacturing and service facilities strategically located across the globe. Oil States is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "OIS".

For more information on the Company, please visit Oil States International's website at www.oilstatesintl.com

About the National Ocean Industries Association

The National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) represents and advances a dynamic and growing offshore energy industry, providing solutions that support communities and protect our workers, the public and our environment.

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