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Step Change in Safety Elected Safety Representative Network February 2 nd 2011.

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1 Step Change in Safety Elected Safety Representative Network February 2 nd 2011

2 Workforce representation Offshore Industry Advisory Committee [OIAC] Sub-committee – Workforce Involvement Group [WIG] Step Change Leadership Team [SCLT] Sub-committee – Workforce Engagement Group [WEG]

3 Inspection Template Heavily based on regulations 5 sections –Safety Representatives (SRs), constituencies & election process etc –Functions and powers of SRs –Safety committees –Duties of installation operators and owners, and employers –Time off and training Room for comment and conclusion Space to collect examples of good practice Findings reported & coded using standard HSE traffic light system

4 Traffic Light System Action Taken Resulting From Intervention Activity Compliance Level Outcome Status Traffic Light No findings or General compliance 1 Verbal advice2 SPC/ENF/166 format letter issued identifying breaches and requiring action to be taken. No significant change made to intervention plan to follow-up issues (eg follow-up via future planned intervention activity) Partial Compliance 3 SPC/ENF/166 format letter issued identifying breaches and requiring action to be taken. Changes made to intervention plan to follow-up the issues (eg additional un-planned intervention activity) And/or Enforcement Notices considered but not served (eg EMM dutyholder factors modified initial enforcement expectation General non-compliance 4 Enforcement Notice Served Significant Non Compliance 5 Court proceedings recommended Sugnificant Non Compliancce 6

5 Scope and Coverage Each Duty Holder (DH) at least once Representative sample of installations – large / small / old / new / production / drilling / flotel / NUI etc. Inspections: May – October 2010 Conclusions: December 2010

6 The story so far… 38 inspections covering 25 DHs 18 inspections resulted in formal letters addressing partial compliance 14 inspections resulted in verbal advice where minor improvements would secure full compliance No findings reported on 6 installations

7 TOPIC ASSESSMENT CONCLUSION Platform ID SECTION 1SECTION 2SECTION 3SECTION 4SECTION 5 Inspection Outcome

8 TOPIC ASSESSMENT CONCLUSION (CONTINUED) Platform ID SECTION 1SECTION 2SECTION 3SECTION 4SECTION 5 Inspection Outcome

9 RECOMMENDED FURTHER TRAINING FOR SAFETY REPRESENTATIVES WIG AGREED TRAINING APPROVED BY OIAC Recommended Further Training ReasonTraining Available/Duration Is there a Standard?Providers Risk AssessmentPrinciples are covered in the SI971Course but it is recognized that further enhanced training in the operation of Risk Assessments is required by Safety Representatives YES One day NOMultiple Major Hazard Awareness (Generic) In order to increase understanding of MHA and its impact on the Revised Safety Case. YES 1 – 2 days. NOMultiple Development of Safety Inspection and Auditing Skills In order to improve and develop on the SI 971 Basic Training YES One day NOMultiple Combined Training;- Root Cause Analysis Accident and Incident Investigation Requirement has been identified in order ensure Safety Representatives are fully conversant with the principles when engaged in Investigations. YES 2 Days NOMultiple


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