Proactima has entered into a new framework agreement with the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway. The agreement includes consultancy services within safety and emergency preparedness in the petroleum industry, both onshore and offshore on the Norwegian continental shelf.
The agreement includes areas such as risk assessment, technical safety, emergency preparedness and analysis.
“We are very pleased to once again be selected by the Safety Authority”, says Trond Winther, CEO in Proactima. “Proactima has previously carried out several assignments for the Petroleum Safety Authority during the last 12 years. Among others, Proactima has supported the Safety Authority with professional assessments and several studies in connection with:
- the integrated management plan for the Norwegian sea areas
- fire loads in specific drilling operations
- evacuation solutions and winterization of installations in the northern areas
- mapping assignments related to initiatives and standards in order to prevent emissions to sea from petroleum activities in the northern areas
“Proactima is also involved in several research assignments for the Safety Authority and assists also within heath and working environment projects”, says Winther.
“The assignments within this agreement will vary in nature from simple analyzes or assessments to more in-depth investigation or verification of different solutions. We are addressing areas which are very important for the oil- and gas industry and where we are able to fully utilize our experience and technical capability in addressing key challenges”, Winther underlines.
The framework agreement has a duration of two years with additional extension options.