North Sea Emergency Response Preparedness 25 Years On | Ms. Claire Forbes, Response Consultants

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North Sea Emergency Response Preparedness 25 Years On | Ms. Claire Forbes, Response Consultants

  1. 1. North Sea Emergency Response Preparedness 25 Years On Claire Forbes Response Consultants
  2. 2. • report contained 106 recommendations (Nov 1990) • Safety Case required for each installation • operators must demonstrate their ability to manage safety and emergencies as part of the Safety Management System • major engineering projects to platforms, subsea isolation valves, escape systems and equipment Public Enquiry Lord Cullen 27 September 2013 Response Consultants
  3. 3. • personnel tracking system common to all operators • OIMs and offshore emergency management teams train together regularly at onshore simulator facility • OIMs and CROs assessed every 3 years against industry-approved Standards of Competence • survival training and refresher in fire-fighting, escape, helicopter ditching every 4 years • new arrivals offshore attend briefing to identify muster points, escape routes, lifeboat stations, safety and escape equipment • weekly drills/musters Emergency Preparedness Offshore arrangements 27 September 2013 Response Consultants
  4. 4. Emergency Preparedness Tiered Approach 27 September 2013 Response Consultants incident
  5. 5. Emergency Preparedness Tiered Approach 27 September 2013 Response Consultants Installation Incident Response Teams Tier 1 Operational Level incident
  6. 6. Emergency Preparedness Tiered Approach 27 September 2013 Response Consultants Regional Office Emergency Response Team Installation Incident Response Teams Tier 1 Operational Level Tier 2 Tactical Level incident minor major increasing severity
  7. 7. Emergency Preparedness Tiered Approach 27 September 2013 Response Consultants Corporate Headquarters Crisis Management Team Regional Office Emergency Response Team Installation Incident Response Teams Tier 1 Operational Level Tier 2 Tactical Level Tier 3 Strategic Level incident minor major increasing severity
  8. 8. • integrated approach to emergencies between operators, coastguard, police and contractors • dedicated emergency response rooms • up to 100 emergency response team members in weekly rota • additional personnel are members of relatives, media and evacuation reception teams • personnel at the corporate headquarters may mobilise to form the Crisis Management Team Emergency Preparedness Onshore infrastructure 27 September 2013 Response Consultants
  9. 9. Emergency Preparedness Onshore Teams and Contacts 27 September 2013 Response Consultants Safety Contact POB Assistant Personnel Contact Log Keeper Site Contact Emergency Coordinator Crisis Management Team Logistics Contact police Relatives Coordinator and Responders Media Coordinator and Responders Rep at Coastguard Coastguardpress/mediarelatives installation helicopters, vesselsmedical, regulator Admin Support Environment Contact regulator, oil spill contractor Evacuation Reps evacuees POB/Vantage, contractors Regional Management installation
  10. 10. • formal training for all new emergency response team members • separate training for media and relatives responders and evacuation reception personnel • frequent exercises, typically one annual full-day major exercise, many half-day drills throughout the year • audit exercises with marine and drilling contractors prior to mobilisation • training and exercises for contractors Emergency Preparedness Onshore training and exercises 27 September 2013 Response Consultants
  11. 11. “When disaster strikes, the time to prepare has passed” 27 September 2013 Response Consultants

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