Kjelland, Christian

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(Kielland), Christian, Norwegian obstetrician, 1871-1941.
Kjelland blade
Kjelland forceps - an obstetrical forceps having a sliding lock and little pelvic curve.
Kjelland obstetrical forceps
Kjelland rotation
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He was part of the response to the Lockerbie bombing, the collapsed North Sea oil rig Alexander Kielland, the Carlisle floods and countless callouts to Holy Island Coastguard.
1980: North Sea accommodation platform Alexander Kielland collapsed, killing 123 oil rig workers.
Norway implemented a form of risk-based regulations, known as the "safety case" approach, following the 1980 Alexander Kielland disaster in the North Sea that killed 123 people.
On this date in 1980, 123 workers died when a North Sea floating oil field platform, the Alexander Kielland, capsized during a storm.
In this in-depth investigation, Derek Park explores the major offshore incidents of the last fifty years from the Sea Gem and Alexander Kielland, to West Atlas and the Deepwater Horizon blowout, analysing the common traits that seem to underlie all these catastrophic events.
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In 1980] I went to work a few days after the Alexander Kielland accident in the Norway sector of the North Sea.
Chairman Gro Kielland comments: "S3 ID has a superb product range with the largest installed and working base of personnel location and muster systems in oil and gas.
1980 The Norwegian oil platform Alexander Kielland collapses in the North Sea, killing 123 of its crew of 212.
The museum offers a fascinating insight into the industry, whose dangers are brought to life in an exhibition devoted to the disaster on the Alexander L Kielland rig in 1980 when 123 men died when the rig collapsed in strong winds.
The Norwegian author Alexander Kielland depicts the local financial bubble in Stavanger in the 1880s in his book Fortuna.