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Maersk employees sound alarm after platform fire

A lack of progress in safety on one of Maersk's oil platforms has now prompted concerned employees to raise the alarm more than a whole year after a platform fire, writes Danish daily Berlingske.

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A sprinkler system in miserable condition and unused scaffolding constitute a risk for staff, which has now prompted outcry from employees on Maersk Oil's oil platform Gorm Ekko, writes Danish daily Berlingske.

The newspaper reports the news on the basis of the minutes from a meeting in the platform's safety committee as well as an interview with an employee on the platform.

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