Presentation on theme: "How can the employer/employee organisations help achieve the goal of life-long learning for older employees? Håvard Hauan, OLF Thessaloniki, 12 October."— Presentation transcript:
How can the employer/employee organisations help achieve the goal of life-long learning for older employees? Håvard Hauan, OLF Thessaloniki, 12 October 2006
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening How can the organisations help achieve the goal of life-long learning for older employees? Inform Inspire Create networks
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening The petroleum activities’ share of key figures in the Norwegian economy (Percentages 2005) Gross National Product (GNP) 24.6% Government revenues 34.5% Total gross investmentsTotal exports 24.3%49.6% Source: Statistics Norway and the Ministry of Finance
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening About OLF The Norwegian Oil Industry Association, OLF, is an interest organisation and employer’s association for oil and supplier companies engaged in the field of exploration and production of oil and gas on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. OLF is a member of the Confederation of Norwegian Business and Industry, NHO. The main office is at Forus. OLF also has an office in Oslo. The OLF administration has a staff of 39.
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening OLF represents 30 oil companies The oil companies are either the owners of or participants in production licenses for petroleum on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. 52 supplier companies The supplier companies include well service companies, oil drilling companies, subsea contractors, catering companies, supply bases and companies within inspection, safety and security services and other services. OLF’s member companies represent about 24 000 employees.
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening OLF member companies Oil companies Altinex Oil BG Norge Limited BP Norge Chevron Norge ConocoPhillips Norge Det Norske Oljeselskap, DNO DONG Norge Norwegian Energy Company Endeavour Energy Norge Eni Norge E.ON Ruhrgas Norge Esso Norge Gassco Gaz de France Norge Hess Norge Idemitsu Petroleum Norge Lundin Norway Marathon Petroleum Company Maersk Oil Exploration Norway Norsk Hydro Norske Shell Paladin Resources Petoro Petro-Canada Norge Premier Oil Norge Revus Energy RWE Dea Norge Statoil Svenska Petroleum Exploration Talisman Energy Norge Total E&P Norge
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening OLF member companies Drilling and well services Aker Kværner Subsea Aker Kværner Well Service Baker Atlas Baker Hughes Drilling Fluids Baker Hughes INTEQ Baker Hughes Centrilift Baker Oil Tools Norway BJ Process & Pipeline Services BJ Services Geoservices Halliburton IOS Tubular Management Intertek West Lab KCA Deutag Drilling Norge M-I Norge Prosafe Reservoir Laboratories Schlumberger Norge Smith International Norway Swaco Norge Vetco Aibel Weatherford Norge Welltec Norway Subsea Acergy Norway NUI Oceaneering Subsea 7 Norway Technip Norge Catering ESS Offshore Universal Sodexho Norway Supply bases ASCo Norge Helgelandsbase Coast Center Base Mongstadbase NorSea Polarbase Saga Fjordbase Vestbase Other companies Aker Kværner Operations Landmark Graphics Nosefo Tau Falck Nutec Falck Nutec Bergen Falck Nutec Trondheim Falck Nutec Oslo Falck Nutec Crisis Management Ramco ResQ Securitas Scan Mudring Soilcare Teekay Norway
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Vision, values and principles Vision Our vision is to further develop a competitive oil and gas industry which enjoys respect and trust Values Credible / Accessible / Courageous / Collaborative Principles The OLF believes that value creation and prosperity are closely linked. Issues pursued by the OLF will also be in the best interests of the wider community. The OLF work will be based on the following principles and values: the importance of profitability for the industry the principle of free competition respect for people, safety and the environment a high ethical standard and awareness of the industry's social responsibility
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Age structure
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Reasons for leaving an offshore position Number of employees from 1996 through 2000
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Tekst i bilde 10, fra venstre mot høyre: Voluntary resignation Other reasons Loss of health certificate Financial comp. (“package”) Given notice Contractual pension Pension Reason unknown
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening An example The project: Ageing and health offshore 2001 – 2006 Three-part cooperation (the employer organisations, employee organisations and the authorities A common vision and goal Joint steering group A research institution as secretariat
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Vision We want the employees on the Shelf to want to work, and to have the ability and health to work, until they reach retirement age
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening The Steering Group Håvard Hauan OLF (The Norwegian Oil Industry Association) Knut AanelandTBL (The Confederation of Norwegian Engineering Industries) Odd Magne Skei NR (Norwegian Shipowners’ Association) Geir NilsenNOPEF (The Norwegian Oil and Petrochemical Workers’ Union) Roy Erling Furre OFS (Federation of Oil Workers’ Trade Unions) Per Helge ØdegårdLederne Ingrid Sten MaltNHO/HF (the Confederation of Norwegian Business and Industry) Mia RafhaelsenNHO/HF Kenneth Sandmo LO/HF (Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions) Geir BergNorsk Hydro Eirik Bjerkebæk NPD (Observer) Per Ove ØklandProject worker
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Trade union structure 15 % 7 % 4 % 39 % 25 % 10 % LO/NOPEFYS/OFS-PRIFO-NOFU Lederne NITONIF Not in a union NOPEF: The Norwegian Oil and Petrochemical Workers’ Union OFS: Federation of Oil Workers’ Trade Unions PRIFO: Confederation of Employees in the Private Sector NOFU: Norwegian Association of Salaried Employees NITO: The Norwegian Society of Engineers NIF: Norwegian Association of Chartered Engineers
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Inform Facts Research Company examples Consequences of doing nothing Conferences Reports Member information Consultant Dedicated website, http://www.olf.no/arbeidsliv/aldringoghelse/
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Inspire Project companies that show the way Two questions Why do staff quit before retirement age? Do they lack a willingness to work, ability, or health? What can you do to improve the situation?
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Project companies 2003 ConocoPhillips Norge Erling Brevik and Jon Erik Opheim Statoil ASA Reidunn Ulland von Brandis and Arne Steinar Strand, Anne Bente Lindebø, Siri Slastad Norsk Hydro ASAHilde Vestheim Halliburton ASBent Ove Hanasand and Jan Erik Eriksen Universal Sodexhio Norway AS Idar Møller and Wenche Finnanger Oceaneering A/SØystein Gripsgård and Trond Våga PGS ProdctionNils B. Johannessen TransoceanAnne Reidun Fuglestad DolphinÅse Nyberg and Solfrid Otterås Aker Elektro ASIngve Olsen Bjørge Norcoat ASIngfrid Landsnes and Arnold Melkevik
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Create networks To research institutions via the secretariat To member companies via member info and conferences To employer/employee organisations via the Steering Group To the authorities via reports and info To others via study tours with the Steering Group
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Conclusions Compared with national statistics, the offshore industry appears to be characterised by lower mean age, a lower rhythm of ageing, and less absence due to illness. The industry challenges vary a lot between individual companies, and within larger companies. There is no general agreement that ageing and health are the major HSE challenges for the industry in the years to come. The measures that the industry has implemented to meet its challenges in connection with an ageing work force, are largely general HSE measures directed at the entire work force.
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Summary Ageing and health The final report is not yet ready. However …. Not easy to achieve results Continuous work in the companies and the organisations. Solutions must be tailored to the company and controlled by the parties in the company on the basis of available resources The organisations have to cooperate and act in unity and with authority to promote cooperation in the companies The organisations must continually inform and inspire the parties in the companies and create good networks that benefit the parties in the companies This work must have firm support from the company management.
www.olf.noOLF Oljeindustriens Landsforening Summary Life-long learning for older employees Clarify and delimit the organisations’ role in this work The organisations can work in the same way as in the project ”Ageing and health on the Shelf” to achieve life-long learning for older employees in the companies