Even in the US there are dangers working in the oil fields of places like the North Slope of Alaska. There is the danger of getting eaten by grey wolves and polar bears.
The movie “The Grey” with Liam Neeson as a paid hunter working for the oil company is not all that far fetched. The enviromental groups did not like this movie because it portrayed the grey wolf as a vicious predator, because that is what they are. They are also the largest wolf specie. Tyically weighing 150-175 lbs. Evironmentalist want you to believe they are cute fluffly critters like your average golden retriever.
Wolves are very rare on the Alaska Arctic Coastal Plain.
Over the past decade, I’ve done the Alaska North Slope Safety training many times. We have to be prepared for Polar Bears, Brown Bears, birds, caribou and fox but I’ve never seen reports about wolves.
At the safety board there is the latest bear report at all the major facilities. Some rare times they will come over the PA with a Bear sighted in the area. Fox almost always carry rabies in that area. Birds and Caribou are simply nuisance to either design against or avoid.
I should have added, along the Alaskan pipeline south of the North Slope, a wolf sighting would be more common.