The objective of the activity was to review and assess the management’s control of and leadership as regards barriers related to preparedness on Snorre A.
The audit included the preparedness philosophy on board and how this is anchored in governing documents and work processes, the facility’s preparedness equipment and the result from “Technical Condition Safety (TCS)” mappings related to this equipment.
Furthermore, the audit activity included the preparedness organisation, including the personnel’s expertise in the preparedness tasks they perform, the system for implementation of and learning from exercises and training, the facility’s role and responsibility as regards area preparedness and interaction between the offshore and onshore organisation.
The main impression following the audit was good. Nonconformities were identified in relation to the regulations connected to the following conditions:
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