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Optimus Seventh Generation develops programme to operationalise the safety case


Published Sep 8, 2015
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Aberdeen-based behavioural change consultancy Optimus Seventh Generation, has reinforced its commitment to safety by securing a new agreement with Apache North Sea to deliver a series of unique training workshops in 2015 and 2016.

The workshop, designed for personnel working in the oil and gas industry, has been developed to improve the management of major accident hazards through more informed decision making and improved behaviours. The workshop focuses on providing a greater understanding of the barriers designed to protect people, the environment and the asset as well as improving hazard identification and risk assessment.

The workshop is held at Apache’s SAGE site at St. Fergus, 65 kilometres north of Aberdeen, this facility allows the participants the unique opportunity to train on a live plant, allowing them to carry out hazard identifications and to test their decision making around scenario-based activities in a real working environment.

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