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  • 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
  • Investigation of fire at Hammerfest LNG
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    Presentation of the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway’s investigation report following the fire at Hammerfest LNG on Melkøya on 28 September 2020.
  • The history of RNNP - 20 years of trust
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    Mistrust can be destructive and drive people apart.  But disagreement and doubt can also form the basis for community, respect and mutual understanding.
  • Dealing with the dark side
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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. Are we prepared to deal with the dark side?
  • Main issue 2021: Side by side with the suppliers
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    “Side by side with the suppliers” has been identified by the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) as its main issue for the coming year, emphasising the significance of these companies for safety in the Norwegian petroleum sector.
  • Working towards a new era
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    Digitalisation is radically altering the petroleum industry, and will mean major changes for many employees. But what will tomorrow’s working day look like for the digital oil worker?
  • Webinar: Understanding the Norwegian safety regime 2020 Part 1
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    The PSA staged a webinar for the industry on 5 November 2020 to provide a better understanding of the Norwegian safety regime, the role of the supervision authority, and how the parties work to monitor and improve the level of safety.