Five sets of regulations have been adopted for health, safety and the environment (HSE) in Norway’s offshore petroleum sector and at selected petroleum plants on land.
The PSA is currently conducting a study to examine challenges and improvement measures involved in field developments on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS).
What is the status of the oil industry today? How have we overcome the crisis, what has it cost, and where does the sector stand now? What about its reputation and – above all – safety work?
From 20 to 23 August 2018, we carried out an operational audit of Equinor and the electrical installations at Tjeldbergodden.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) and the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority have jointly audited Point Resources’ routines for handling notifications of censurable conditions (whistleblowing) at work.
We have carried out an audit of Equinor Energy’s (Equinor) follow-up of materials handling, use and maintenance of lifting equipment, scaffolding/access techniques and management of the working environment for the M&M and SIP professions at Kristin.
We have given Aker BP consent to use the Maersk Reacher mobile facility as a quarters facility on the Valhall field.
We have carried out an audit of Equinor focused on the management of operational risk for Hammerfest LNG.
We have given Faroe Petroleum consent to drill exploration well 31/7-3 S.
We have carried out an audit of OSM Offshore and the Haven mobile quarters facility. The audit was focused on emergency preparedness and the helideck.