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Table of Contents
1
2
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................... 3
1.1
PURPOSE .............................................................................................................................................. 3
1.2
TARGET AUDIENCE............................................................................................................................ 3
1.3
APPLICABLE PERIOD ......................................................................................................................... 3
1.4
OVERALL RESPONSIBILITY .............................................................................................................. 4
OPERATION SPECIFIC DETAILS ................................................................................................... 5
2.1
LOCATION AND WELL DETAILS ...................................................................................................... 5
3
SUMMARY - EMERGENCY RESPONSE RESOURCES ................................................................. 6
4
DRILLING RIG .................................................................................................................................. 9
4.1
5
6
Rig Details .............................................................................................................................................. 9
EMERGENCY RESPONSE RESOURCES ..................................................................................... 10
5.1
STANDBY AND SUPPLY VESSELS.................................................................................................... 10
5.2
HELICOPTERS ................................................................................................................................... 11
5.3
OIL SPILL RESPONSE (Well specific oil recovery plan) ...................................................................... 11
5.4
WEATHER SERVICES ....................................................................................................................... 11
5.5
RECEPTION HOTEL .......................................................................................................................... 12
5.6
DUTY DOCTOR .................................................................................................................................. 12
5.7
REQUISITION OF MEDEVAC HELICOPTER .................................................................................. 12
5.8
RADAR SURVEILLANCE .................................................................................................................. 13
ALERT AND NOTIFICATION ......................................................................................................... 14
6.1
INITIAL ALERT AND NOTIFICATION PROCESS ........................................................................... 14
6.2
FLOW OF INFORMATION DURING EMERGENCIES ..................................................................... 15
6.3
ALERT AND NOTIFICATION OF ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS ................................................... 16
6.4
ALERT AND NOTIFICATION MATRIX ............................................................................................ 16
6.5
MEDIA HANDLING ............................................................................................................................ 16
7
KEY COMMUNICATION DETAILS ................................................................................................ 17
8
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS .......................................................................................................... 21
Appendix A – Responsibilities............................................................................................................ 22
Appendix B – Transocean Barents - Alert and notification matrix ................................................. 26
Appendix C – List of Contractor’s Emergency Contact Details ...................................................... 27
Appendix D Medisinsk Evakuering ................................................................................................... 28
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1.1
INTRODUCTION
PURPOSE
The purpose of this document is to ensure the necessary coordination of emergency response actions in the event
of a situation of hazard and accident during drilling of the exploration well 7228/2 at the PL396 EIK location
operated by Norwegian Energy Company ASA (NORECO). This document describes:
•
Operation specific details
•
Emergency response resources
•
Notification process
•
Lines of communication – telephone numbers to be used in an emergency response situation
•
Responsibilities of the different organizations involved in the operation
NORECO 3rd line
Emergency
response plan
NORECO
Oil spill contingency
plan
NORECO 2nd
lineEmergency
response plan
Transocean
Drilling Emergency
response plan
Transocean
Barents 1st line
Emergency
response plan
Emergency
bridging
document
This
document
Figure 1.1. Illustration of how the different Emergency Response Plans are linked in this Bridging
Document
1.2
TARGET AUDIENCE
The following Emergency Preparedness organizations are linked by this bridging document:
st
Transocean Barents 1 line Emergency Response Organization (ERO)
nd
NORECO 2 line Onshore Emergency Response Organization
rd
NORECO 3 line Onshore Emergency Response Organization
Standby*/supply vessels: Emergency Response Teams on board
Standby/supply vessel owners: Onshore Emergency Response Teams
NOFO
*Coordination of emergency response duties between Transocean Barents and Stand By Vessels is described in a bridging
document between the parties (ref. SD04- DENOR- D- 0033 Bridging Document Transocean Barents and Esvagt Castor).
1.3
APPLICABLE PERIOD
The bridging document is valid for the petroleum activities at PL396, well 7228/2, when the safety zone is established
until the rig leaves the safety zone.
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1.4
OVERALL RESPONSIBILITY
As Operator, NORECO has the overall responsibility for health, safety and environment when drilling the well;
including the responsibility for oil spill response operations. A well specific oil spill recovery plan (Oljevernplan for
EIK PL396, Dok 101772) is established and distributed to relevant parties.
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2.1
OPERATION SPECIFIC DETAILS
LOCATION AND WELL DETAILS
NORECO is planning to drill one exploration well 7228/2 at the PL396 Eik location. The well is planned to be drilled
in the period March - April 2012. The drilling phase is estimated to last for 30 days.
Description
Well location
Latitude, N
Longitude, E
Water depth
72º 50’ 59.13 ”N
28º 19’ 4.70 ”E
Ca 350 m
Figure 2.1. Location on PL 396 Eik and distances to Snøhvit, Goliat, Hammerfest and Lakselv (Banak)
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SUMMARY - EMERGENCY RESPONSE RESOURCES
Distances and transit times from the well location to various locations (approximately). All transit
times are estimated for favourable weather conditions. At harsh weather conditions, transit times
must be clarified with the respective resources (see also figure 3).
PRIMARY HELICOPTER- AND VESSEL RESOURCES ON CONTRACT
HELICOPTERS
Location
Eurocopter EC 225
Hammerfest
Heliport
Dist.
Estimated
flight time
157 nm
65 min
Pax
Rescue equipmnt
19
Advanced
Medevac,
Stretcher, First aid
and ambulance kit
Day: 2 hrs
(10:0022:00)
(Bristow Norway)
Night: 1 hr
(22:0010:00)
Eurocopter EC 225
Hammerfest
Heliport
157 nm
19
FLIR, nigth sun,
search light,
advanced
medevac, medic,
2 rescue hoists,
strechers
Day/Night:
AWSAR helicopter
1 hr (15
min if other
helicopter
is airborne)
(Bristow Norway)
Sea King
65 min
330 sq. Banak
179 nm
90 min
20
15 min,
24/7
VESSELS
SBV 1
Esvagt Castor
1
Location
At rig location,
PL396
Dist.
-
Transit
Pax
-
300
1
Comments
Transport
helicopter. Cruise
speed 145 Kts.
Not certified as
SAR, but can
handle RED
medical
evacuations.
Cruise speed 145
Kts
FLIR camera,
medevac, medic,
2 radars, direction
finder, NVG, 2
rescue hoists,
stretchers.
Public rescue
service.
All weather
capability.
Cruise speed: 120
Kts.
Not contracted.
Rescue equipmnt
Comments
2 x FRC fitted with
Recovery net, 25t
towing hook
(NOFO). Fitted
with spraying
gear/ejector. Stock
capacity up to
8000 liters. Drop
When wave Hs <
4,5: primary
resource for rescue
from sea, othervise
oral appointment
with vessel Captain
when wave Hs
As per Norwegian regulations no 853 of 16.10.1991. (UK class: 300 survivors, Danish:140 survivors)
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zone for helicopter
winch.
SBV 2
Stril Polar
In transit and
back-up stand
by vessel
157 nm
15 hrs
300
(10-11 kts
service
spd)
(max spd
16 kts)
Rescue NMD 300
survivors.
FIFI I+II
Oil-Rec (NOFO
2009)
Emergency towing
Rescue Scoop
Hospital facilities
between 4,5 & 7.0
Supply vessel and
back up standby
vessel. In transit
between Polar
Base and PL396
Good tank capacity
(oil, drilling fluid,
water, special
products)
De – Ice class
Volstad Princess
In transitt
157 nm
13 Hrs
300
(12kts
service
spd)
10 Hrs
(16kts
service
spd)
Oil Tanker (TBN from
a vessel pool)
OTHER
CONTRACTED
RESOURCES
Duty Doctor
Thon Hotel
NOFO-units
OTHER NONCONTRACTED
Minimum capacity
3
8000 m
Hammerfest
Hammerfest
Dist.
157 nm
157 nm
Various
Varies
Location
Dist.
Supply vessel. In
transit between
Polar Base and PL
396
Good tank capacity
(oil, drilling fluid,
water, special
products)
De-Ice class
In Hammerfest
or
Honningsvåg
Location
Rescue Basket.
Rescue NMD 300
survivors.
Hospital facilities.
Oil Rec (NOFO
2005 equipped
with personnel)
Rescue class
Transit
Pax.
N/A
N/A
N/A
POB
Varies
N/A
Oil Lenses,
skimmers
Allocation as per
ERA
Transit
Pax.
Rescue equipmnt
Comments
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Rescue equipmnt
To be used during
an oil spill incident
Comments
SOS International
Evacuees and Next
of kin reception
centre. 2. line
OFFB contract
Media handling. 2.
line OFFB contract
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RESOURCES
Hammerfest hospital
JRCC
Kirkenes hospital
University Hospital
Tromsø
(Universitetssykehuset i NordNorge (UNN))
Hammerfest
Bodø
157 nm
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Helipad at hospital
Coordination of
SAR operations,
outside safety zone
Kirkenes
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Helipad at hospital
Tromsø
150 nm
Approx 68
min (at 140
knots)
N/A
N/A
Helipad at hospital
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DRILLING RIG
The drilling will be conducted using the
semi-submersible rig Transocean Barents,
which is owned and operated by
Transocean Norway.
Transocean Barents is an Aker H-6e unit
delivered 3rd quarter of 2009.
Transocean Barents. Foto: G. Henriksen, OFFB
4.1
Rig Details
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5.1
EMERGENCY RESPONSE RESOURCES
STANDBY AND SUPPLY VESSELS
Three vessels are contracted to be used during the drilling of well 7228/2 Eik in PL 396. Another
vessel (To be named from Herning Shipping vessel pool) has been contracted to receive oil
emulsion from OR vessels if an oil spill incident should occur.
A standby vessel will be present at all times at the well location.
Esvagt Castor is contracted. The standby vessel has 2 Fast
Rescue Crafts (FRC) onboard. The standby vessel is equipped
with ARPA radar and AIS and can be used for towing NOFO oil
booms. http://www.esvagt.dk/Default.aspx?ID=466
Stril Polar is the one of the supply vessel contracted for the
PL396 operations. Stril Polar is a DNV +1A1 classified vessel,
Oil-Rec (NOFO 2009) and will act as back up stanby vessel. It is
equippet with FIFI I+II, hospital facilities and rescue capasity for
300 survivors. De-Ice class
For further details, follow the link:
http://www.mokster.no/stream_file.asp?iEntityId=630
Also Volstad Princess is contracted for the PL396 operations.
It is a DNV +1A1 classified Vessel with ICE 1B class. It has OilRec (NOFO 2005), hospital facilities and rescue capasity for 300
survivors. De-Ice class For further details, follow the link:
http://www.gulfmark.no/newsread/readimage.aspx?WCI=GetByID&IMAGEID=1&DO
CID=10360
The vessel (To be named from Herning Shipping vessel
pool) has been contracted to receive oil emulsion from OR
vessels. Minimum capacity 8000 m3. A specific procedure will
regulate the transfer operation between the OR vessel and the
oil tanker. Oil emulsion transfer shall not take place inside the
500m safety zone of a mobile drilling unit.
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HELICOPTERS
Eurocopter EC225, Hammerfest
Personel transport to and from Transocean Barents will be
operated by Bristow Norway AS from Hammerfest airport. The
E 225 has passenger capacity of 19 and is equipped for
medevac. A 24/7 helicopter crew is established with 2 hours
response time day (10-22) and 1 hour night (22-10). If needed,
this helicopter can be used for medical alert.
AWSAR Eurocopter EC225, Hammerfest
An AWSAR helicopter will be operated by Bristow Norway AS
from Hammerfest airport. The mobilization time for the
helicopter is 1 hr during both day and nighttime, but only 15 min
if other helicopter is airborne. The medical doctor will always
follow the helicopter. This is the primary helicopter with medical
alert/medevac.
SAR Sea King, Banak
The closest located public rescue helicopter onshore is the SAR
Sea King helicopter at the 330-squadron at Banak, operated by
the Norwegian Air Force. The helicopter is on 24-hours duty and
the mobilization time is 15 min both during daytime and at night.
The helicopter carries a medical doctor.
5.3
OIL SPILL RESPONSE (Well specific oil recovery plan)
A detailed description of emergency oil spill responsibility is described in the NORECO oil spill
response plan for 7228/2 at the PL396 Eik location. Reference is made to CIM
https://cim5.onevoice.no/offb/ and NOFO web www.nofo.no for all relevant documents.
5.4
WEATHER SERVICES
Primary Weather services will be delivered by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute. The e-mail
link to the services,. Username and password
Primary weather forecast
DNMI (Metno)
http://butikk.met.no
E mail:
[email protected]
Duty phone:
55 23 66 39
Bruker:
Noreco
passord:
!Nor93x
Secondary weather forecast
AMI
http://194.73.227.22/offshore
E mail:
[email protected]
Duty phone:
+44 1330825519
Bruker:
Det norske
Passord:
03t#0RK
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RECEPTION HOTEL
NORECO has contracted Thon Hotel in Hammerfest to be used as evacuees and next-of-kin
reception hotel for this operation. A seperate part of the hotel will be used for media handling for
this operation.
5.6
DUTY DOCTOR
The Duty Doctor Service is provided by SOS International, and a Duty Doctor will be located in
Hammerfest during the operation. The Duty Doctor is on 24 hours duty and can assist the medic
onboard with medical advice by telephone and/or Viju video system. The Duty Doctor will (if not
muster off shore), if needed and appropiate, receive injured persons at the heliport and will
organize professional assistance for transportation to Hospital. The Duty Doctor may also travel
offshore on demand. Mobilisation time is 45 min, or oral agreement with the helicopter pilots when
going off shore. If the transport helicopter is airborne, duty doctor will mobilize within 15 min.
Further details of the medevac procedure are listed in appendix D.
5.7
REQUISITION OF MEDEVAC HELICOPTER
The AWSAR EC225 in Hammerfest is the primary resource with medical alert/medevac. The EC
255 transport helicopter has although capacity to load up to two stretchers, and may be used as a
secondary resource with medical alert.
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Fig. 5.1. Requisition of medevac helicopter
The OIM has the overall responsibility to do the requisiton of the helicopter as required from the
nurse and Duty Doctors judgement. Note that the OIM can request the helicopter resources
through Transocean Barents CCR, or leave this to either the Drilling Supervisor or Level 2
emergency organization, if he has other urgent business to attend. See Appendix D for detailed
instructions. More information related to airborne resources is given in the figure and tables above.
5.8
RADAR SURVEILLANCE
The Stand By Vessel is equipped with both AIS, ARPA-radar and OSD (Oil spill detector), and will
monitor the vessel traffic in the vicinity of the rig. Any potential threat of collision (or breach of the
safety zone) shall be detected within 50 min prior to any impact of powered ships (about 10
nautical miles assuming a speed of 12 knots). Large drifting ships, objects or installations shall be
possible to detect at a distance of about 20 nautical miles, and small vessels at about 12 nautical
miles.
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6.1
ALERT AND NOTIFICATION
INITIAL ALERT AND NOTIFICATION PROCESS
Alert and Notification Chart
Transocean Barents
Dedicated Stand By Vessel
Esvagt Castor
Inmarsat: +88 16 31 65 23 46
IP.phone: +45 69 91 88 15
Mail: [email protected]
VHF:
16/17
Transocean Barents
Callsign: C6WX2
Control Centre . . . . . 51 20 67 09
Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 20 67 01
Radio backup. . . . . . . 51 20 67 21
OIM (office) . . . . .
51 20 67 33
Drilling Supv Office. . 51 20 67 19
Dr.Supv. e-mail
[email protected]
Fax (medic) . . . . . . . . 51 20 67 11
E-mail. . . . . [email protected]
VHF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ch 16/17
Inmarsat . . . . . . . . . . +88 1651418953
Offshore
Onshore
Main Rescue Coordination
Centre – Bodø
SAR-Helicopter (JRCC)
Tel. . . . . 75 55 90 00
Fax . . . . . . . . . . 51 65 23 34
Norwegian Petroleum Safety
Authority
1
2
Other Resources
Duty Doctor: 22 96 50 11
Bristow 51 64 66 66 (traffic
and medevac helicopter)
Own supply vessel
Volstad Princess (PSV/NOFO)
Bridge: 51 64 56 36
[email protected]
Stril Polar (PSV/NOFO/Stby)
Bridge: 51 85 36 64
[email protected]
3
NORECO 2nd line
Emergency phone: 930 77 240
Emergency Response Manager
930 77 240
Chief of Staff
930 77 239
[email protected]
-- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Det Norske Borevakt /
(Drilling Duty) 51 29 07 10
NORECO Level 3 Stavanger
Tel :..48 07 2222
PSA Tel: …..+47 51 87 60 50
Fax: ……….+47 51 87 60 80
Transocean Norway Onshore
Emergency Duty
Tel.........................90 74 29 29
Norwegian Maritime
Directorate and Flag State
Authority
NMD Tel:.............+47 52 74 50 00
MND Fax:............+47 52 74 50 01
Figure 6.1. Alert and notification chart Transocean Barents
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FLOW OF INFORMATION DURING EMERGENCIES
NORECO 2nd line will coordinate the flow of information during an emergency situation. Strategic
information will be handled by 3rd line. NORECO 2nd line Operational ERO will stay regularly in
contact with the Rig, Transocean Norway 2nd line, Det norske Borevakt (Drilling Duty) and Well
Incident Team and NORECO 3rd line Strategic ERO.
Figure 6.2. Flow of information during emergencies
Depending on the incident, Det norske Well Incident Team (WIT) shall support the 1st line in
handling well situations, including evaluating the potential risk of the situation.
Det norske Drilling Duty and Well Incident Team will stay regularly in contact with the offshore
Drilling Supervisor regarding drilling and well related issues and keep the onshore emergency
organization informed. Transocean Norway will stay in contact with the Offshore Installation
Manager (OIM) onboard Transocean Barents according to own emergency procedures, and will
notify maritime authorities and own contractors. Transocean Norway will send a representative to
NORECO 2nd line Operational Emergency Control Centre (ECC) if requested by NORECO.
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ALERT AND NOTIFICATION OF ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS
All accidents and incidents shall immediately be notified by the Offshore Drilling Supervisor (ODS)
to the Emergency Response Manager (ERM) by telephone.
After the initial notification by phone, the ODS shall send a draft PSA alert- and notification form to
the ERM. ERM will alert PSA immediately, finalize the draft form coordinate with 3rd line
Management Representative (Operational Duty) and submit to PSA with a copy to the 3rd line. The
alert and notification shall be in accordance with the degree of criticality as defined in the document
“SD02-DENOR-S-0008 Reporting and Follow-Up of Incidents and Accidents”.
Figure 6.3. Alert and notifications of accidents and incidents
6.4
ALERT AND NOTIFICATION MATRIX
See appendix B
6.5
MEDIA HANDLING
All information to media shall be coordinated and handled by NORECO Level 3 emergency
response team.
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KEY COMMUNICATION DETAILS
Emergency (and
notification) Telephone
Organisation/function
Telefax
E-mail
Transocean Barents:
Emergency Control Centre
51 20 67 09
Radio Operator
51 20 67 01
Radio Backup
51 20 67 21
OIM (office)
51 20 67 33
[email protected]
Drilling Supervisor (office)
51 20 67 19
[email protected]
Inmarsat (bridge)
+88 1651418953
Radio Callsign
C6WX2
nd
NORECO E&P Norge AS 2
[email protected]
line Emergency Control Centre:
NORECO Alarm Telephone
930 77 240
Emergency Response Manager
51 96 51 10/20* 93077240
Chief of Staff
51 96 51 11/21* 93077239
[email protected]
Authority Coordinator
51 96 51 15/25*
[email protected]
Logistics Coordinator
51 9651 13/23*
[email protected]
HR-Coordinator
51 96 51 12/22*
Media Coordinator
51 96 51 14/24*
Conference phone
51963326 Code 0000
Video Telephone sitroom 1
ISDN: 51871102 then dial
680241#
(preferred)
51 96 33 23
51 96 33 24*
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
IP; [email protected]
(Video Telephone sitroom 2)
ISDN; 51871102 then dial
680242#
IP; [email protected]
*=sit.room 2
Borevakt (Drilling Duty)
51 29 07 10
Det norske
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Emergency (and
notification) Telephone
Organisation/function
Telefax
E-mail
rd
NORECO E&P Norge AS 3 line:
EPM:
48 07 22 22
51 52 87 43
[email protected]
Resepsjonen
PA Officer:
99 28 38 95
[email protected]
Staff Officer:
99 28 38 97
[email protected]
Operation Officer
99 28 38 96
[email protected]
Transocean Norway:
Emergency Duty - 24 hrs
90 74 29 29
Switchboard (08 -16)
51 50 43 00
51504301
[email protected] (not monitored
outside office hours)*
78 41 81 18
[email protected]
Logistics and Vessels
Logistics Duty Polarbase – 24 hrs
97 57 51 98
[email protected]
Polarbase AS, Havnevn. 50, 9610
Rypefjord.
Standby vessel:
Esvagt Castor
[email protected]
IP Phone
+45 69 91 88 15
Sat phone:
+88 16 31 65 23 46
Supply Vessel I:
(Back up Stby)
Stril Polar (PSV/NOFO)
+ 47 51 85 36 64
[email protected]
+ 47 90 94 43 65
[email protected]
Phone Bridge 1:
+ 47 51 54 56 36/37
[email protected]
Cell phone Captain:
+ 47 51 64 56 38
[email protected]
Oil Tanker (TBN from a vessel
pool). Herning Shipping A.S.
Tel: +459 6266 666
Phone Bridge 1:
Cell phone Captain:
Supply Vessel II:
Volstad Princess (PSV/NOFO)
Fax: +459
6266 699
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Emergency (and
notification) Telephone
Organisation/function
Telefax
E-mail
Telex: 62147
Detnorske Borevakt
Duty)
(Drilling
51 29 07 10
Partners in PL 935
+47 85 22 08 80
77 69 06 91
[email protected]
JRCC (HRS) – Bodø
75 55 90 00
75 52 42 00
[email protected]
Bristow Norway
Duty phone – 24 hours
51 64 66 66
51 64 66 69
[email protected]
Front Exploration AS (30%)
Petoro (20%)
Other Emergency Resources
[email protected]
PSA
+47 51 87 60 50
51 87 60 80
[email protected]
NOFO (Vakttelefon)
51 56 30 16
51 56 23 98
[email protected]
Duty Doctor (Hammerfest)
22 96 50 11 (Direct)
SOS International (Backup)
22 96 50 05
22 95 50 31
[email protected]
+47 78 42 96 60
[email protected]
22 96 50 30
Hammerfest sykehus
(Primary point of contact for
medical emergencies)
78 97 34 00 (AMK for both
Hammerfest and Kirkenes)
78 42 10 00 (Switchboard)
UNN (Universityhospital Northern
Norway, AMK Tromsoe)
77 67 10 10 (Direct line for
DoD´s only, heli request)
77 68 99 00 (Direct line for
DoD´s only, ambulance
plain)
Thon Hotel Hammerfest (Next of
kin and Media handling reception
hotel)
+47 78 42 96 00
Nordsjøprestene
+47 95 11 91 81 (24/7
emergency telephone)
Troms politidistrikt
+47 77 69 85 00
Varsel til politiet om branner og andre
alvorlige ulykker, jfr.
http://www.ptil.no/styringsforskriften/cate
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Organisation/function
Emergency (and
notification) Telephone
Telefax
E-mail
Bristow
(traffic and medevac HC)
51 64 66 66
Kystverket Beredskapsavdelingen
Besøksadresse:
Moloveien 7
Horten
Sentralbord: 07847
Varslingsnummer akutt
beredskap: 33 03 48 00
33 03 49 49
[email protected]
[email protected]
*Transocean Norway normally uses personal eMail. Mailadress shall therefore always be confirmed befor sending.
NOTE: A list of all main contractors’ emergency contact details is attached as Appendix C
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REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
For additional information, reference is made to the following controlling documentation:
Owner
Doc. ID
Title
NORECO
100237
3rd line Emergency Response Plan
OFFB
1778
2nd line Emergency Response Plan
NORECO
101772
Oljevernplan PL936 Eik
Operator:
NORECO
Area specific emergency preparedness
analysis for EIK – PL936
Drilling Planning:
Det norske
SD04- DENOR- D0042 Bridging Document
Transocean Barents and
Standby vessel.
Emergency Bridging Document between Transocean Barents and
Standby vessel.
Rig Company and Execution Contractor :
Transocean Norway
42-S-MA-00022 (1)
Transocean Norway Contingency Manual
Transocean Norway
43-O-ABA-PL-00384 (1)
Emergency Preparedness 1 Line Plan, Transocean
st
Barents
NOFO:
Regional plans
http://planverk.nofo.no
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Appendix A – Responsibilities
This appendix defines the responsibilities which will be applicable for all emergency -situations.
A.1
OFFSHORE EMERGENCY RESPONSE
The offshore emergency response organisation onboard Transocean Barents is responsible for
the safety and emergency preparedness on the rig and the execution of local emergency
response actions. Transocean Norway’s management system will apply during the handling of
emergency situations within the safety zone of Transocean Barents.
The Contingency Manual and Station Bill for Transocean Barents provide guidance for the
offshore personnel who are required to respond to any emergency situation on the drilling unit.
The emergency response organisation onboard Transocean Barents is under the overall
command of the Offshore Installation Manager (OIM).
A.1.1 Offshore Installation Manager (OIM)
•
•
•
•
Responsible for the safety of the installation and all personnel onboard, including the
handling of any emergency situation on the rig and within the safety zone
Assume overall command of the emergency response actions offshore
Notifiy the Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre (JRCC), the offshore drilling supervisor, the
standby vessel, area resources and own onshore organisation
Release standby vessel and resources for the oil recovery operation. Note that the safety
of personnel has the highest priority, and that the standby vessel only shall be released
for oil recovery operations if operational and safety conditions onboard the rig permits it.
When the standby vessel is released, no work over open sea can take place. The OIM
can call back the standby vessel if needed
A.1.2 Drilling Supervisor (on shift)
• Report to the site of the incident (if drilling related)
• Stay in contact with off shift Drilling Supervisor and keep him updated of any development
• Work with the Transocean drilling management to control the situation
A.1.3 Drilling Supervisor (off shift)
Report to Rig Emergency Center
•
•
•
•
Be prepared to notify NORECO 2nd line ER Manager on behalf of the OIM when required
in situations of hazard and accident.
Establish and maintain contact with NORECO 2nd line Chief of Staff and provide updates
on general status.
Establish and maintain contact with NORECO onshore Drilling Duty/Drilling
Superintendent for drilling and well related issues.
Inform the OIM of actions carried out by the NORECO onshore emergency respons
organization in order to support the tactical emergency response offshore (e.g. ordered
rescue resources, estimated time of arrival, etc.)
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A.1.4 Drilling Duty/Drilling Superintendent
•
•
•
•
•
•
Call in Well Incident Team if required
Responsible for mobilising Det norske on duty personnel, (if relevant).
Establish communication with Offshore Drilling Supervisor
Responsible for the planning and implementation of well control actions needed to
normalise emergency situations (killing operations, relief wells etc)
Keep contact with and update Chief of Staff in NORECOs 2nd line emergency
organization
Responsible for informing and mobilising relevant resources needed from own
organization, operator, drilling contractor and 3rd party service companies.
A.1.5 Shipmaster standby vessel
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Responsible for the safety of the vessel and personnel
Overall responsibility of handling any emergency situation on the vessel
Responsible for notifying the platform and own onshore organisation of any emergency
preparedness situation on the vessel
Assist the platform in the handling of any emergency preparedness situation according to
instructions from the OIM on Transocean Barents
Monitor the safety zone, maintain collision preventive procedures
Pollution monitoring. Informing OIM onboard Transocean Barents of any observations
On scene commander (skadestedsleder hav) during acute pollution situations until
relieved by NOFO personnel.
Oil spill responce, barrier 1
Pick up of personell from water with thr MOB-boat, according to the DSHA
A.2 ONSHORE EMERGENCY RESPONSE
A.2.1 General
The onshore emergency preparedness organizations of involved companies (i.e. Transocean
Norway, vessel owners, helicopter contractors, etc.) shall co-operate closely with NORECO
operational (2nd line) and strategic (3rd line) emergency response organisation in order to
ensure co-ordination of supply of resources and implementation of actions.
A.2.3 NORECO operational (2nd line) Emergency Response Organisation
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Mobilise and lead NORECO operational (2nd line) Emergency Response Organisation
Notify PSA and JRCC (double alert; the rig also notifies the JRCC)
Notify NORECO strategic (3rd line) Emergency Preparedness Manager (EPM)
Keep in contact with the Drilling Supervisor offshore or Drilling Duty in the initial phase –
provide information with regards to status of emergency response actions initiated
onshore
Be the onshore focal point for operational actions to handle the situation
Support the offshore emergency response organisation, provide advice and provide
rescue operation resources
Notify and keep in contact with the PSA (Petroleum Safety Authority) and other relevant
authorities
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•
•
•
•
Keep in contact with the JRCC – send a liaison to the JRCC if necessary
Cooperate with Transocean Norway and other relevant (e.g. vessel owners) onshore
emergency preparedness organizations – coordinate implementation of actions, and
request liasons if necessary
Establish next-of-kin call- and reception centre, and provide information to and care of
next-of-kin (cf. chapter B.4)
Notify NOFO and Coordinate oil spill contingency operations in accordance with the acute
oil spill emergency preparedness plan (distributed to relevant parties) in cooperation with
NOFO
A.2.5 Transocean Norway Onshore Emergency Response Organization
•
•
•
Communicate with the OIM as further detailed in the Transocean Norway’s Onshore
Emergency Preparedness Manual. Transocean Norway will send a Liaison to the
NORECO 2nd line Emergency Control Centre. This person will be in direct contact with
the OIM and report back to the Transocean Norway Onshore Emergency Response
Team.
Cooperate with NORECO 2nd line emergency response organization regarding supply of
necessary resources, implementation of actions, handling of media and care for next-ofkin
Notify Marine Authorities, Class Authorities and Underwriters as required
A.2.6 NORECO strategic (3rd Line) Emergency Response Organization
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Handle legal and economical issues, and be a strategic function for follow up and
resource allocation.
Inform Manager on duty, Exploration & Production Division
Inform Management, Board of Directors, Partners and other identified stakeholders.
Handle issues related to information and communication with media; issue press
releases, arrange press conferences and coordinate with the media handling personnel at
Transocean Norway and other contractors (cf. chapter B.3)
Handle information to and care of both own employers and contractors as well as their
next of kin.
Supervise 2nd line, ensure that 1st line receives all the required support
See to it that the emergency is handled in a proactive manner.
A.2.7 Other Contractors (vessel owners, 3rd party contractors, etc.)
•
•
•
Notify NORECO of situations of hazards and accidents using the NORECO Alarm
telephone (given in table above)
Cooperate with NORECO emergency response organization regarding supply of rescue
operation resources and implementation of actions
Provide information to and care for own personnel and their next-of-kin in cooperation
with NORECO emergency response organization
A.2.8 NOFO
•
•
Assist NORECO with advice regarding oil spill recovery operations
Coordinate oil spill recovery operations (i.e. operational management of the operation) in
cooperation with NORECO emergency response organization according to the operation
specific acute pollution emergency response plan
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A.2.9 Doctor on duty (DOD) SOS International
•
•
•
•
•
•
A.3
MEDIA HANDLING
•
•
•
A.4
Provide professional support and advice to the offshore nurse and the rig organisation
Examine, treat and/or refer evacuated patients if and as medically indicated
Travel offshore if required
Notify and communicate with hospitals and medical institutions as needed
Communicate as necessary with NORECO emergency response organization
Require Helicopter if red or yellow medevac
NORECO 3rd line emergency response organisation has the overall responsibility for
providing media with correct and timely information
The Media Team Leader in NORECO emergency response organisation will:
− Ensure that press releases are issued and that press conferences are arranged
(depending on the situation of hazard and accident)
− Ensure information regarding press releases and organisation of press conferences
to the JRCC, Transocean Norway’s Onshore Emergency Response Team Norway
and other relevant contractors.
For serious incidents, a phone number to which the media can call for information, will be
announced in the press (web, radio, TV, etc.). NORECO 3rd line onshore emergency
response organisation will man up the media callcentre.
PERSONNEL CARE
•
•
•
•
•
NORECO has the overall responsibility for providing information to and care of Next-ofkin
The 2nd line Emergency Response Centre will notify and keep relevant contractors
updated on personnel status and will coordinate resources to provide adequate help and
support to Next-of-kin
Liaisons will be sent to the LRC (Local Reception Centre; where rescued and evacuated
personnel will be sent), to the Next-of-kin hotel and to hospitals (if relevant)
The Personnel Care Group will provide the support and care for Next-of-kin and
rescued/evacuated personnel at the LRC in cooperation with representatives from
Transocean Norway’s Personnel Department and other relevant contractor companies
For serious incidents, a NORECO phone number in Norway which the next-of-kin can call
for information, will be announced to all contractors and in the press (web, radio, TV,
etc.).
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Appendix B – Transocean Barents - Alert and notification matrix
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Appendix C – List of Contractor’s Emergency Contact Details
The list below presents the companies’ emergency contacts if their personnel are involved in offshore emergency
incidents.
Company
Location
Service
Beredskapsnr. (telefon)
Aker Geo
Stavanger
Borehulls geolog
51 29 07 08
Bristow Norway
Stavanger
(Sola)
Helikopter
51 64 66 66
Drill Quip
Stavanger
Brønnhode
90 19 68 84
Geoservices
Sandnes
Slamlogging
51 63 78 51(08:00-16:00)
90 03 26 16(16:00-08:00)
Halliburton
Tananger
Sementering
51 69 28 91
Halliburton
Tananger
Kjerneboring
51 83 88 88
Halliburton
Tananger
Liner Hanger
51 83 88 88
Maritime Waste
Management
Kristiansund
Avfallshåndtering
40 00 34 24
MI Swaco
Stavanger
(Forus)
Borevæske
91 00 03 05 (Primary)
91 00 06 05 (BU)
MI Swaco ES
Stavanger
(Forus)
Kaksfjerning/håndtering/Avfall
91 00 03 05 (Primary)
91 00 06 05 (BU)
Norsea Group
Polarbase
Basetjeneste
97 57 51 98
Odfjell Well
Services
Tananger
Foringsrørtjenester
93 29 69 27
Oceaneering
Stavanger
ROV
90 64 44 77
92 63 25 06
Schlumberger
Bergen
Elektrisk logging / WL
90 69 01 61
Schlumberger
Tananger
Retningsboring
97 73 23 02
Transocean
Norway
Stavanger
Drilling
90 74 29 29
Weatherford
Stavanger
(Forus)
Fishing / P&A
99 28 74 77
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Appendix D Medisinsk Evakuering
D-1 Hensikt
Prosedyren skal sikre riktig varsling, behandling, og rask og hensiktsmessig transport av syke eller skadete
pasienter fra innretninger der Det norske er operatør.
Den skal finnes som vedlegg til brodokumentet mellom riggens og landorganisasjonens beredskapsplaner, og
administreres av operatøransvarlig lege.
I brodokument for beredskap knyttet til den enkelte lokasjon, skal det gis en oversikt over tilgjengelige medinske
ressurser for operasjonen. Dette er nærmere beskrevet i vedlegg A.
D-2 Beskrivelse
Sykdom/skade skal kategoriseres i henhold til hastegradsmatrisen fra Norsk indeks for medisinsk nødhjelp (se
tabell nedenfor).
Ref. Norsk indeks for medisinsk
nødhjelp.
Hastegrad
Rød respons
(Akutt)
1
Hurtigst mulig transport med raskest
tilgjengelige helikopter med kompetent
medisinsk personell etter nødvendig
stabilisering og sikring av vitale
funksjoner.
Livstruende skade eller sykdom
Melder sykepleier rød respons skal
transport rekvireres øyeblikkelig uten å
vente på detaljinformasjon om pasientens
tilstand.
Alvorlig sirkulasjons- svikt
Eksempler:
Hjertestans, infarkt
Omfattende 2. og 3.grads brannskader
Høyenergiskade
Alvorlige hode-, nakke- og ryggskader
Gul respons
(Haster)
2
I land etter avtale med vaktlege for
undersøkelse og behandling av uavklarte
tilstander som kan forverres eller hvor
tidlig undersøkelse og behandling vil gi
åpenbar gevinst.
Eksempler:
Overvåkes i helse- avdelingen og under
ambulansetransport av kompetent
medisinsk personell
Brudd i store knokler
Akutt abdomen
Akutte infeksjoner
Hode-, nakke og ryggskader
Psykotiske tilstander
Grønn
respons (Vanlig)
3
I land for undersøkelse og behandling
etter avtale, observeres løpende av helsepersonell på plattformen.
Sendes i land som vanlig passasjer, båreeller ambulansetransport med eller uten
følge etter nærmere vurdering
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Eksempler:
Vedvarende feber- tilstander og luftveisinfeksjoner
Mindre brudd- og klemskader
Ryggplager
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OPPGAVER I AKUTTSITUASJON
ADMINISTRATIVE OPPGAVER
Sykepleier
•
Starter nødvendig førstehjelp og kontakter vaktlege
•
•
Vedlikeholder og ev. oppdaterer og distribuerer varslingsplaner
og telefonlister om bord
Behandler pasienten i henhold til akuttmedisinske
behandlings- prosedyrer og vaktleges forordning
•
Dokumenterer behandlingen i journal, på pasientfølgeskriv og
observasjonsskjema
•
Sikrer at innretningens faglig ansvarlige lege/ smittevernlege
blir informert.
•
Vedlikeholder relevant akuttmedisinsk utstyr på innretningen
•
Informerer vaktlegen ved skifte av lokasjon
•
Varsler plattformsjef snarest om situasjonen ved rød eller
gul respons, og om transportbehov så snart dette er avklart
med vaktlege
•
Informerer pilotene om behov for spesielle forholdsregler
under transport
•
Følger pasient iland ved behov og etter avtale med
•
vaktlege
•
Sørger for smitteverntiltak ombord ved mistanke om
smittdom sykdom
Vaktlege (DOD)
•
•
Skal være umiddelbart tilgjengelig på ett fast
telefonnummer for helsepersonell, linjeledelse og annet
personell på innretningene som dekkes av vakt-ordningen,
og for beredskapsledelse på land
•
•
Sørger for å ha en oppdatert varslings-plan med relevante
telefonnummer
•
Sikrer at det føres nøyaktige opptegnelser i henhold til
gjeldende lover og forskrifter og god faglig praksis. Alle
henvendelser om pasienter registreres på fastsatt skjema for
telefonkonsultasjoner.
•
Gir på forespørsel relevant informasjon til beredskapsledelsen
og HRS
•
Påser at smittevernlegen blir informert ved mistanke om
smittsom sykdom, og kommuniserer i dennes fravær etter
behov med Folkehelseinstituttet og Mattilsynet.
•
Gir, når relevant, faglig tilbakemelding til plattformsykepleier
etter ilandsendelse av syke eller skadete pasienter
•
Registrerer alle henvendelser om pasienter på det medisinske
rapportskjemaet som sendes operatøransvarlig lege.
•
Avgir andre rapporter/meldinger om legevaktaktivitet som ev.
fastsettes av selskapene.
Vaktlege avgjør i samråd med sykepleier
rød, gul eller grønn respons
behov for utrykning fra land
den medisinsk mest hensiktsmessige transportform
om rutehelikopter kan benyttes
om sykepleier skal følge pasienten
•
Rekvirerer nødvendig pasienttransport fra plattformsjef.
•
•
Informerer mottak på land om pasientens tilstand,
landingsted og ETA, og rekvirerer ambulanse etter behov
Møter på heliport så snart som mulig og senest innen 45
min. eller etter avtale med pilotene dersom det er behov for
å reise ut til innretningen.
Undersøker ved behov pasienter (ev. på heliport dersom
det er nødvendig og hensiktsmessig), og sørger for
nødvendig medisinsk behandling og oppfølging - herunder
innleggelse på sykehus eller henvisning til annen lege.
Forsikrer seg om at pasienten har mulighet til å få den
medisinske hjelp på hjemstedet som tilstanden tilsier
(grønn respons), samt at pasienten har forstått
nødvendigheten av å søke slik hjelp
Gir faglig råd om tiltak ved mistanke om smittsom sykdom
Deltar i beredskapsøvelser etter anmodning
Medvirker på anmodning hvis det i/etter katastrofe/ulykkessituasjoner blir etablert psykososial støttetjeneste
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OPPGAVER I AKUTTSITUASJON
ADMINISTRATIVE OPPGAVER
Førstehjelpere
•
Etablerer og opprettholder løpende kontakt med vaktlege
dersom sykepleier er opptatt
•
Avansert førstehjelper assisterer sykepleier etter instruks,
og det øvrige førstehjelpslaget bistår ved behov.
Plattformsjef
Rekvirerer helikoptertransport ut fra behov definert av
sykepleier og vaktlege - direkte fra helikopterselskap
operatør har avtale med, via 2.linje dersom det er
hensiktsmessig, eller fra HRS.
Operatørens 2. linje
Tar kontakt med plattformen eller vaktlegen for å klargjøre
Besørger returtransport for sykepleier dersom denne ledsager
transportbehov og bistår med å skaffe til veie nødvendige
pasienten til land - om nødvendig med egen flight
ressurser.
Varsler om alvorlig og akutt skade til Petroleumstilsynet som
Informerer vaktlegen om ETA innretning og ETA helikopter videresender den skriftlige bekreftelsen av varselet til Statens
landingsplass på land
helsetilsyn i henhold til opplysningspliktforskriften § 11
Holder vaktlegen informert om oppståtte endringer i flyplan
Operatørens beredskapslege
Kan innkalles for å delta i 2.linje beredskapen og bistår
aksjonsledelsen med medisinsk faglig rådgivning (ved
frammøte i beredskapssentralen eller pr. telefon)
Faglig ansvarlig lege/smittevernlege for innretningen
•
Sørger for at dette dokumentet er distribuert, kjent og forstått
innenfor eget ansvarsområde, og sikrer at vaktlegene er kjent
med varslingsplanene
•
Sikrer varsling og melding av allmennfarlige smittsomme
sykdommer i henhold til smittevernloven § 2-3
•
Påser at utstyrs- og kompetansekrav er ivaretatt i egen
organisasjon.
•
Sikrer at relevant elektromedisinsk utstyr på riggen er klarert
for bruk på aktuelle helikoptertyper
Er kontaktperson for administrative forhold mot berørte sykehus i
sin region
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