W&T Offshore hired Triton Diving Services to provide a vessel, staff, and equipment for W&T's offshore pipeline project. W&T also hired a safety contractor, Tiger Safety, to provide safety monitoring and training. One of Tiger’s employees was injured while on board Triton’s vessel. The court below interpreted the parties' Master Service Contract to place the burden of paying for the injuries on W&T alone. The district court did not clearly err in determining that W&T occupied the vessel. The injured worker was W&T's invitee. The party ultimately responsible for the invitee's presence was W&T, not Triton. The worker was not Triton's invitee. The district court’s ruling is affirmed. Grogan v. W & T Offshore Inc., 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, No. 15-30369, 01/27/2016.
PATRICK E. HIGGINBOTHAM, Circuit Judge: