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  • 1. Security by Sigve Hamilton Aspelund
    • Risk definition
    • What went wrong?
    • What can we do to improve attitudes?
    • How can we reduce the impact of incidents?
    • Is it possible to reduce numbers of incidents?
  • 2. Discuss possible solutions Economy Team work HSE
  • 3. Risk evaluation
    • Mapping of HSE and risks
    • Risk & unwanted incidents ranking
    • Form risk reducing measures
  • 4. Risk-definition
    • Risk = possibillity * consequence
  • 5. Barrier Barrier: Reduce potensial risks Technical Operational Origanisation Personal
  • 6. Modeling
  • 7. Risk reduction
    • ALARP-As Low As Reasonable Practicable
    • BAT- (Best Available Technology)
    • Precaution principles
    • Substitution principles
  • 8. Procedure for a risk assessment
    • Mapping of the HSE aspects and associated risk areas
    • Ranking of adverse events in terms of risk
    • Design of risk reduction measures
  • 9. HSE analysis: Examples
    • Safety checks
    • Contingency plans
    • Impact assessments
    • Chemical evaluations
    • Safe job analysis
  • 10. Economy
    • Global financial crisis
  • 11. Consequenses of redused safety
    • Reduced security-economy -> Disaster
    • Examples: Seadrills West Atlas 1/11-2009
  • 12. Ocean Vanguard
    • 14/12-2004 (Old name: West Vanguard)
    • Geoservices reading: Increase in act. pit
    • Action:
      • We called drill floor:
        • 15 sec. later
          • Anchors lost
          • Riser lost
          • BHP lost
          • Possible disaster
  • 13. Sleipner Alpha
    • 23.08.1991
    • Design error -> Sleipner Alpha sinks
  • 14. Piper Alpha
    • 6/7-1988
    • Gas leak:
      • Gas explosion
    • 167 deaths
    • Risk analysis and laws
  • 15. West Vanguard
    • 4/10-1985
    • Drilling shallow gas
    • Blow out
  • 16. Alexander L. Kielland
    • 23/3-1980 @ Ekofisk
    • 123 of 212 died
    • Worst accident in north sea since world war 2.
  • 17. Ekofisk Bravo
    • 22/4-1977
    • Red Adair & ”Boots” Hansen
    • Killed in 8 days
  • 18. Number of deaths @ norwegian sector
  • 19. Total dead @ norwegian sector
  • 20. Mapping incidents 22.04.1977 Ekofisk Bravo 23.03.1980 Aleksander Kielland 04.10.1985 West Vanguard 06.07.1988 Piper Alpha 23.08.1991 Sleipner A 14.12.2004 Ocean Vanguard 01.11.2009 West Atlas
  • 21. Security starts with YOUR attitude
    • Everyone is responsible for OUR security!
  • 22. Solutions
    • Micro economy
    • V new =F v *V 0
    • (New Value=Growth factor*Original value)
    • If F v = 1: V new =V 0
    • If F v < 1: V new <V 0
    • If F v > 1: V new >V 0
    • Economic growth if Fv>1
  • 23. Solutions: Macro economy START: Create world peace
  • 24. Economic growth: Fv>1
    • Skagen Kon Tiki: Macro economy
    • Buy when cheap! (Fv -> > 1 @ t=?)
    Fv>1 Fv<1 Fv=1 Fv>1 Fv=1 Buy!
  • 25. International team work -> Fv>1 -> Improved HSE Economy Cooperation HSE