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Audit of the working environment and emergency preparedness on Island Frontier

From 2 March to 11 June 2015, the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway carried out an audit of the management by Island Offshore Management AS (Island Offshore) and Statoil Petroleum As (Statoil) of emergency preparedness and the working environment on Island Frontier.


The purpose of the audit was to verify that Island Offshore had established a systematic management system for occupational health and safety and emergency preparedness, and that, as the operator, Statoil had followed up its supervisory duty in these areas.

Result
Four non-conformities were identified in connection with:

  • System for managing OHAS
  • System for managing emergency preparedness
  • Chemicals
  • Supervisory responsibilities

In addition, two improvement points were identified in connection with:

  • Use of the Norwegian language
  • Employee participation

Statoil and Island Offshore have been given a deadline of 12 October 2015 to report on how the non-conformities and improvement points will be dealt with.

Non-conformity:
Entails that a condition is assessed as not complying with a regulatory requirement.

Improvement point:
Entails that we have identified a deficiency or weakness, without there being sufficient grounds for determining a breach of regulatory requirements.



 

Inger Anda, Director for communication and public affairs
Email: inger.anda@ptil.no | +47 970 54 064