The evocative artwork was drawn by Sue Jane Taylor who was offshore in the months before to the disaster. She sketched many of the men on Piper Alpha and went on to create the iconic memorial that now stands in Hazelhead Park.
The short film was produced for Step Change by The Art Department and features audio from the BBC Radio 3 drama 'Piper Alpha - the Human Price of Oil', by Stephen Phelps.
Les Linklater, executive director of Step Change in Safety said: "Piper Alpha affects every offshore worker, even today. By screening this short film to the entire offshore workforce, we are reaching a very wide audience in a way that has never been done before. The purpose of doing this is to remind people that Piper Alpha isn't just history and we still have to guard against complacency. The same hazards and the same challenges that existed back then still exist today and how we manage them -- through strong leadership and engaging the workforce in safety -- is crucial in preventing a repeat of that tragedy."
The film concludes with six questions for the audience. These questions are designed to prompt discussion and are available to print or on a slide (also included in the download site).