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  • Ignition control: Is it possible to ignite a spark by radio waves?
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    An industrial setting on an offshore installation has an assortment of potential fore sources. One of the lesser known being electromagnetic waves from communication equipment.
  • Safety – status and signals 2022-23
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    Safety and security must be the top priority for protecting stable Norwegian gas deliveries, Anne Myhrvold, director general of the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) told the Safety – Status and Signals meeting on 6 January. She used the occasion to
  • From shame to success
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    Roald Sandal was an industrial worker who hid his inability to write for many years. The challenge he faced gave rise to a pilot project – and opened the road to the world’s first dyslexia-friendly workplace.
  • For safe and stable energy progress. Collectively and concurrently.
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  • The PSA at ONS 2022
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    Elements of energy was the theme for our presentation at Offshore Northern Seas (ONS ) 2022. This reflects the new responsibilities we have acquired in recent years, which extend beyond supervising petroleum safety.
  • Ocean of trust
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    Norway’s oil history is a tale of upturns and downturns, celebration and catastrophe, tough toil and technological progress. How did we get there? And what characterises the Norwegian model for safety?
  • RNNP 2021 - How safe is the Norwegian petroleum industry?
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  • Main issue 2022: Capacity and competence – the key to safety
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    The PSA’s main issue for 2022 emphasises the importance of possessing the right capacity and competence. Safety in an increasingly complex sector can only be ensured through a competent labour force and good manning levels.
  • Safety – status and signals 2021/2022
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    Follow-up of nonconformities, expertise and capacity, maintenance, learning from serious incidents and developing regulations for offshore wind power are among important topics for the coming year.
  • PSA responsibilities extended
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    Knowledge and expertise from the petroleum sector are important for building up renewable sources such as offshore wind power. The PSA has already secured responsibility for new green areas – and has ambitions to acquire more.
  • Equinor – Tjeldbergodden – investigation of turbine breakdown and fire
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  • Investigation of the Johan Castberg project
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    Presentation of the investigation into the causes of the challenges faced in constructing hull and equipment for Johan Castberg