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Managing the offshore installation workforce

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  • Offshore oil industry -- Management.,
  • Offshore oil industry -- Personnel management.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRhona Flin and Georgina Slaven, editors.
    ContributionsFlin, Rhona H., Slaven, Georgina
    LC ClassificationsHD9560.5 .M2865 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 261 p. :
    Number of Pages261
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL982708M
    ISBN 100878143963
    LC Control Number96020367

    HSE Figures Put Focus On Offshore Safety Priorities. By WP Press Release 0 Comments. Four trade associations representing different sectors of the UK offshore oil and gas industry UK Offshore Operators Association (UKOOA), Offshore Contractors Association (OCA), International Association of Drilling Contractors – North Sea Chapter (IADC) and British Rig Owners Association .   INTRODUCTION The offshore hydrocarbon industry currently employs about a quarter of a million workers worldwide (ILO, ). At present levels of activity from the oil and gas industry in U.K. waters, a workforce of approximately 29 people (DTI, ) operates on approximately offshore installations. The following STCW / IMO Courses are now available as Virtual Online Training courses during the Covid virus pandemic. Offshore Installation Manager (OIM) / Comprehensive Stability (OIM, BS, BCO) / Ballast Control Operator (BCO) / Barge Supervisor (BS).

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Managing the offshore installation workforce. [Rhona H Flin; Georgina Slaven;] Print book: EnglishView all Summary: This work examines a multitude of health, safety and offshore management issues, from routine decision-making to crisis management and emergency operations.

Bloggat om Managing the Offshore Installation Workforce Innehållsförteckning Selection of the offshore workforce; health and fitness; motivation; shift and work rotation; managers and supervisors; training and development; emergency responses; risk and safety; industrial relations; onshore/offshore.

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Risk management is a process to assist in the decision-making. Managing the offshore installation workforce book The risk management process takes the potential hazards as a starting point, in order to identify suitable arrangements and measures for accident prevention and emergency response in case of an incident.

Offshore Safety Division on the selection and training of offshore installation managers for crisis management. The results of the initial stages of work from this project have already been published as two interim reports (OTO 92 & OTO 92 ) (Flin & Slaven, ).

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This guide is for anyone who has duties under the Offshore Installations and Pipeline Works (Management and Administration) Regulations (MAR), for example installation operators and owners, installation managers, safety representatives, safety committee members and others involved with offshore activities.

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33 - 48 Author: Clive Smallman. Key Programme 3 – Asset Integrity: A review of industry’s progress Executive summary Synopsis In November the Offshore Division of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) published a report of its three-year inspection initiative known as Key Programme 3 (KP3).

This was a comprehensive appraisal of asset integrity management of offshore. However, the role and experiences of site managers in relation to safety have rarely been examined. A survey questionnaire was conducted of Offshore Installation Managers (OIMs) from offshore oil and gas installations belonging to 36 organisations operating on.

This document is aimed at providing the offshore workforce with a better understanding of the hazards involved in offshore marine operations.

It also provides an insight into how installations and vessels can work together to ensure safer marine operations within the m zone. Offshore installations should be designed to withstand. Offshore installation vessels are the main contributor to high installation costs of offshore wind farms.

One way to reduce the installation time and costs is to reduce the operation hours of expensive jack-up barges. In order to reduce the operation hours of the jack-up barges, an offshore harbour can be used (Fig. Offshore Installations and Pipeline Works (Management and Administration) RegulationsRegulation 12 Communication and Regulation 19 Identification of the offshore installation.

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The organization reinforces specific values and attitudes through behaviors such as work rules, processes, management practices, supervision rewards, and communication.

HSI takes into account various dimensions of the human system that include manpower, personnel, training, safety. Must have at least three (3) years experience in offshore pipeline installation work. He should able to plan, organize, coordinate as well as delegate the workforce for the successful completion of the project.

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The Offshore Istallation Manager (OIM) is responsible for managing the offshore operations on the FPSO, inclusive of the health, safety and welfare of all personnel onboard. The OIM position is the most senior position within the offshore team. The OIM position reports directly to. Site management in the offshore industry.

In this paper the focus is on one such environment, namely the offshore oil and gas installation, where, inone of Britain's worst industrial disasters took place, the loss of the Piper Alpha platform and the resultant loss of lives (Cullen, ).

In the UK, the site manager on these Cited by: Guidance aligned to the Regulations - cited within - covering an extensive list of managerial and administrative duties on such offshore sites.

Addressed to an equally broad range of parties, such as installation operators or owners, employers, managers, safety representatives and committee members.

Guidelines for the Management of Offshore Helideck Operations Issue 5 February v/vi Disclaimer The guidelines in this document set out what is generally regarded in the UK offshore oil and gas industry as good practice.

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Many offshore operators have adopted this UK offshore management model and title and applied it to their operations in all global regions irrespective of the local regulations in force. Pan Books in assoc. with the In Managing the offshore installation workforce, in ().

New approaches to leadership: Cognitive resources and organisational performance. Risk perception and safety in the offshore oil and gas industry. Report (OTH ) Offshore Safety Division London: Author: David Carnegie. OGUK COVID checklist for offshore installations.

COVID Movement of Passagenrs Flowchart – Issue 5 (May) OGUK Vulnerable Person Advice. OGUK Covid Principles of Cooperation.

HPS Guidance for Prevention and Management of Cases of COVID on Offshore Installations. OGUK Testing Overview. Training and Certification Extensions. Safety case for dismantling fixed installation. Management of health and safety and control of major accident hazards. Review of safety case.

Revision of safety case. Power of Executive in relation to safety cases and related documents. Duty to conform with safety case.

Notification of well operations. Keeping of. “Our guidelines will give offshore installation managers, operations manager and asset managers the means to make more informed decisions when events deviate from normal risk management processes.” The guidelines available to Oil & Gas UK members and associates free, and at £ for non-members, can be downloaded here.

ENDS. In support of this the HSE has published Offshore Information Sheet No 4/ Guidance on management of ageing and thorough reviews of ageing installations.

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