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Health, safety and the environment

Both personnel and the environment are vulnerable. During all operations both offshore and onshore, it is important to focus on HSE. When combining different information in a map, it is easier to make well-informed decisions when time is of essence.

The map provides an overview

Information in a map helps you understand the historical development, see the current situation, and to plan the future.

Easy access to detailed and updated data will make you work faster resulting in a safer work situation. If you are planning a rig move, you need to protect marine species and habitats as well as avoiding ship traffic and installations. By combining debris, shipwrecks, installations, gas pockets, corals, fish, etc. in a map, it is easier to understand the environmental risk and plan to reduce it.

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Risk assessment using maps and analyses

Maps reveal connections you normally do not see. Find out if your project causes any risks to your employees, your assets or the environment.

Installing subsea infrastructure is dependent on optimal routing, and you need to consider several geographical and geological conditions. Perform historical ship traffic analysis to detect where your planned infrastructure or installation is exposed to trawling and anchoring.

Geographical analyses make it easier to reduce risk, and to estimate the consequences. Where are the nearest valuable ecosystem component to your planned operation? How will it be affected, and how can you limit the consequences?

Better decisions in a common operating picture

The map makes it possible to monitor incidents, e.g. an oil spill. When combining static data with real-time data in a common operating picture, you can see what is going on, and where resources and installations are located nearby your incident. You can visualize how weather, wind and wave height may affect the outcome. In such situations, it is important to have a quick and secure tool that everyone can access, regardless of their location.

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The map makes it possible to monitor incidents, e.g. an oil spill. When combining static data with real-time data in a common operating picture, you can see what is going on, and where resources and installations are located nearby your incident. You can visualize how weather, wind and wave height may affect the outcome. In such situations, it is important to have a quick and secure tool that everyone can access, regardless of their location.

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  • Stine Skinnes

    Stine Skinnes

    Solution Sales Specialist

    Tel.: +47 481 40 099

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    Stian Heid

    Key Account Manager

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