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									International Association of
    Oil & Gas Producers

      Presentation to IRF
         Halifax, 2002

          Don Smith, OGP
                  Review of Presentation

• 2001 H&S Performance
   – 2001 Safety Performance Report
   – 2001 Health Performance Report
   – Safety Information System

• Standards

• Odds-n-ends of interest
   –   Helicopter Report
   –   Risk Management Web-Site
   –   Marine Risks Workshop
   –   Training/Competency Issues
   –   Future Co-operation with IRF
              Membership

• 44 E&P Companies
• 2 Associate members
  (Halliburton and Schlumberger)
• 8 National Associations
• 3 Institutes

• Members operate in over 80 countries
    Safety
performance
of the global
E&P industry
     2001
  OGP report
                Performance Indicators


• Easy to measure and record
   – Well defined (eg number of fatalities, LTIs)
   – Not overly complicated

• Difficult to ‘manipulate’ inappropriately

• Meaningful


     More important to have a robust set of indicators
           than the ‘perfect’ set of indicators
            (it’s trends we need to focus on)
Hours worked
    millions
Hours worked
    by region
Hours worked
   by function
   Breakdown of Hours Reported


              ONSHORE OFFSHORE

COMPANY       530,716     102,323
              (27%)       (5%)
CONTRACTOR    1,022,631   320,976
              (52%)       (16%)
Fatality causes




              101 Company/Contractor Fatalities
              26 Third Party Fatalities
Fatal accident rate - company & contractors
              per 100 million hours worked
Fatal accident rate - onshore & offshore
             per 100 million hours worked
                     FAR by Region
                 5 year rolling average
25

20

                                             Africa
15
                                             Asia Australia
                                             Europe
10
                                             Middle East

5                                            North America
                                             South America
0
1991   1993   1995     1997   1999    2001
Lost time injury frequency - company &
               contractor
             per million hours worked
Lost time injury frequency - onshore & offshore
                 per million hours worked
                LTIF by Region
               5 year rolling average

10
9
8
7
                                               Africa
6
                                               Asia Australia
5
                                               Europe
4
                                               Middle East
3
                                               North America
2
                                               South America
1
0
1991   1993   1995    1997    1999      2001
Total recordable incident rate – onshore & offshore
                  per million hours worked
Lost time injury frequency – companies with contractors
                   per 100 million hours worked
Fatal accident rate
  per 100 million hours worked
 Performance ranking of companies jointly
with contractors – lost time injury frequency
               per 100 million hours worked
Significant incidents by category
                  Further Analyses


• Review of 10 years of fatality data

• Focus on offshore related statistics

• Comparison with other industries and risk measures
       Seeking Continuous Improvement


• Invite IRF members to provide annual summary of
  safety performance within their region.
   – If possible using OGP performance indicators


• What do we need (ideally):
   – Number of fatalities, LTIs, MTCs and RWDC
   – Workhours by company/contractor and function
   – Fatality and significant incident descriptions
         What will we do with the data?


• Validation
• More data should give us more reliable indicators and
  a better insight into problem areas

• In return provide IRF members with comparison of
  regional performance and benchmark against OGP’s
  local and global statistics
             Safety Information System

Objective:

  To provide a web-based focal point for the world-wide
  collection and active dissemination of safety related
  information.
                   Safety Information System
                                       Phase 1   Phase 2

   Safety Alerts                                     Key Individuals


                           OGP website:               HSE Managers
  Incidents
                         Database and Links

                                                    Other Mechanisms?
Near miss information



                        Other Safety Databases
                   Current Status


• Phase 1 almost complete and ready for testing.

• Request IRF members to provide copies of new and
  existing safety alerts, incident reviews, etc. (or
  information on how to access them).
           Health Performance Indicators


• First report issued 2001                Number of LWDC by Category



• Y2001 Report to be issued                Other                        Back and
  shortly                                  27%                         low er limb
                                                                          34%


• Industry continuing to improve   Upper Limb
                                                                     Infections
                                    and neck
                                                                        12%
  how it collects and reports         19%          Skin         Mental
                                                        Resp.
  this type of data                                4%
                                                         2%
                                                                 3%
                            Standards

• Around 65 TC67 standards published to date (ref standards
  bulletin for details)
   – A number of these standards have been adopted/referenced by
     API, CEN, MMS & NPD
• 17 Standards to be published in 2002
   – These represent the industry’s current priority standards
• Detailed Standards programme available in TC67 website
• Continuing to fund the training of ISO editors
• Standards workshop in Rio (December 2002)

       IRF members are encouraged to make use of the
       currently available range of ISO standards within
                  their regulatory framework

                     http//:www.tc67.net
TC 67 SC7 Standards Programme
                    Odds-n-Ends


• Safety Performance of Helicopter Operations in the Oil
  and Gas Industry 2000/2001 and 5 year review
• Risk Management Web-Site
• Marine Risks Workshop
• Training/Competency Issues

• Future co-operation with IRF?

								
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