New Tools, Old Tasks: Safety Implications of New Technologies and Work Processes for Integrated Operations in the Petroleum Industry

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 28. sep. 2013 - 196 sider

New Tools, Old Tasks explores how Integrated Operations (IO) will influence the safety of offshore drilling operations. The book is based on several years of practical experience combined with a research study on the safety of IO within the drilling domain. The overall objective of the book is to explore how safety can be understood in the change process of Integrated Operations, and to provide recommendations for how IO may be developed and implemented in a way that will benefit both safety and efficiency of the operations.

A crucial thread throughout the book is that the understanding of normal work processes is key to understanding the conditions for safe operations. This is reflected in the book's structure and content; the nature of normal drilling operations is the focus, including how technologies and work processes are aligned to meet the dominating challenges of the industry (these challenges need not be directly linked to safety/risk). It is argued that the influence of IO on the safety of drilling operations depends more on how IO relates to the existing fundamental challenges of drilling operations than on the design and properties of the different IO technologies and work processes as such.

 

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List ofFigures
Two Short Stories
A Brief Introduction to Integrated Operations
Safety ofSociotechnical Systems and Sociotechnical
Methodological Themes
Integrated Drilling Operations as Sociotechnical Systems
References
Index

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Torgeir K. Haavik is a researcher at NTNU Social Research in Trondheim, Norway. He holds a master's degree in geological engineering from the Norwegian Institute of Technology (1995), a master's degree in social geography from NTNU (2003) and a PhD in the sociology of risk and safety from NTNU (2011). His professional experience includes more than three years working as a mud-logging geologist on offshore drilling rigs. He has published scientific articles in the topic of Integrated Operations and safety in the journals Cognition, Technology and Work and Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management.

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