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Safety – status and signals -
New issue

Read more about the background to the PSA’s main issue for 2017. What is the position? What is needed to reverse the trend?

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Report on diving in 2016

There were no personal-injury incidents reported in 2016, but one near-miss during saturation diving in connection with petroleum activities. There have been relatively few personal injuries associated with saturation diving as part of these activities in the last 25 years.

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New report on the design of electrical installations without dedicated emergency power systems

The PSA has had a study performed of electrical installations without dedicated emergency power systems on three selected facilities.

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Audit of electrical installations at Nyhamna

The PSA has carried out an operational audit of electrical installations at Shell's plant at Nyhamna.

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Extended lifetime for Sigyn

ExxonMobil has received consent to extend the lifetime of the facilities on the Sigyn field.

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Audit reports

Audit of electrical installations at Nyhamna

The PSA has carried out an operational audit of electrical installations at Shell's plant at Nyhamna.

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Anne Myhrvold – reversing the trend

PSA director general Anne Myhrvold has called on Norway’s petroleum industry to get safety developments back on track. “Words must become deeds,” she says. “The negative trend is going to be reversed, and we haven’t much time.”

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Audit of Johan Sverdrup

The PSA has carried out an audit of the design engineering of the drilling platform for the Johan Sverdrup field.

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Audit of Statoil – use of Haven on the Johan Sverdrup field.

The PSA has carried out an audit of Statoil and its follow-up of the Haven mobile facility for use on the Johan Sverdrup field.

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Reversing the trend - Standardisation

The Norwegian petroleum sector has been very advanced in its use of standards. Developments can now be seen which threaten the foundations on which the performance-based regulations build.

Reversing the trend - Collaboration

Partnership between companies, unions and the government is a cornerstone of Norway’s petroleum sector, not least with regard to health, safety and the environment. But its quality depends on mutual trust.

Reversing the trend - Robustness

The pressure on the industry means that companies are seeking new solutions. This can mean simplification and reduced costs, but may also contribute to greater uncertainty and reduced robustness.

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