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  • IRF International Regulators' Forum
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    The International Regulators' Forum (IRF) was established in 1994 by a group of government agencies which wanted to promote a common understanding of issues related to health, safety and the environment.
  • Optimism and responsibility
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    The annual RNNP survey of trends in risk level in Norway’s petroleum activity gives grounds for optimism. All in all, its results for 2019 show stability or progress in most areas. The risk of a major accident has never been lower than it was last year.
  • The Kielland legacy
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    A major accident is the most-feared scenario. The biggest in Norway’s oil history happened on 27 March 1980, when Alexander L Kielland capsized in the North Sea with the loss of 123 lives.
  • Summary: Safety - status and signals 2020
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    The PSA outlined the 2019 status for safety on 16 January 2020, and presented its expectations and signals to the industry for the coming year. See the summary of the safety – status and signals event.
  • Never another major accident
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    Norway became an oil nation in the winter of 1969 with the discovery of Ekofisk. The five decades since then have yielded major successes – and major accidents. In 2020, the 40th anniversary of the biggest of these will be commemorated.
  • Prepared for the future?
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    How will the petroleum industry develop towards 2035? Nobody knows what the future will hold, but we must be ready to tackle many different scenarios in order to preserve our level of safety.
    • Risk management
  • Stronger spotlight on ICT security
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    New technological solutions, data sharing and interconnecting systems are meant to benefit the oil industry – but also help to increase vulnerability. The PSA is responding to this challenge by learning more and extending its supervisory activities.
    • Cyber security
  • SAFE - STRONG - CLEAR
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    Does Norway have a purposeful oil industry which makes proper use of its knowledge? Do the companies take a planned approach to reducing risk, give priority to safety and ensure continuous improvement? That is their definite duty.
  • The legacy of Piper Alpha
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    The 30th anniversary of the Piper Alpha disaster falls this summer. One hundred and sixty seven people lost their lives when this platform in the UK North Sea was destroyed on 6 July 1988. How is it still relevant to safety work today?
    • Risk management
    • Barrier management
  • Time to give substance to words
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    Which values – and value – are at risk when making choices, asks PSA director general Anne Myhrvold.
    • Risk management
  • Trends in risk level (RNNP) 2017
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    Figures from the 2017 RNNP study show progress for a number of risk indictors. But serious personal injuries are on the increase offshore, and feedback on the working environment, the HSE climate and perceived risk points in the wrong direction.
  • What is an audit?
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    The Norwegian model for managing safety in the petroleum sector may seem complicated. We have sought to produce an educational guide to the safety regime.