The regulations and the supervisory system are designed to help enhance the awareness of the companies that they bear total responsibility for operating acceptably.
The topic of the seminar was subsea facilities with a focus on integrity, learning, experience exchange, continuous improvement and the prevention of major accidents.
The PSA has commissioned a new report on technological developments, incidents and future trends relating to subsea facilities.
The seminar on flexible risers was held on Tuesday 26 November. Watch video from all the talks here.
Download the presentations from our seminar on flexible risers.
We cordially invite you to a seminar on flexible risers on Tuesday 26 November 2013. The programme will focus on integrity, learning, experience sharing, continuous improvement and the prevention of major accidents.
On 31 October, the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) is organising an international meeting of competent public authorities, as an adjunct to the Arctic Safety conference for senior executives.
On Friday 1 November, senior executives from the petroleum industry from Norway and abroad are meeting for a conference at the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) on risk management and safe petroleum activities in the High North.
Under the auspices of the annual summary of trends in risk level on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, RNNP 2013, the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) has commissioned a study to gain insights into the causalities of, and possible mitigation measures for, construction and maritime incidents. As an adjunct to this, we would like to elicit the opinions of industry professionals through a simple online survey.
Figures from the report on trends in risk level in the petroleum activity (RNNP) show good progress in many areas, but also give grounds for concern. The industry needs to act to improve management of major accident risk and barriers.
Electrical installations and equipment are often involved when incidents occur which involve fires and near-fires within the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway’s (PSA’s) administrative area. These incidents are often caused by technical faults.