As highlighted in Lloyd’s Register’s recent ‘Global Marine Trends’ publication, India is predicted to have the world’s largest population (18%) by 2030, and in conjunction with this, its economy is set to grow, seeing India join China and the USA as one of the three largest economies in the world. Given our increasing presence in ... Read more.
Tag: competence management
This is the second of four blogs explaining the interplay between people, systems and equipment and the importance of striking the right balance between these actors. In this blog I will be looking at the relevance of people in relation to the strive for operational asset integrity. The ‘People’ element relates to staff suitability. This ... Read more.
There is a lot to gain in asset equipment optimization to make your drilling asset more reliable. However, recent disasters have created global awareness that equipment condition alone is not a certificate for a reliable and safe drilling operation. As soon as it operates, people and systems involved in operating the asset become equally important. ... Read more.
There is growing concern in the industry about how to respond to the Safety and Environmental Management System (SEMS) deadline of 15th November 2011, set by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement (BOEMRE). Big operators may find it easier than they expect The mega-operators will have a lot of work to do, ... Read more.
Duco De Haan is one of our Thought Leaders who will be present at OTC 2011. Embedded below is a presentation about the the need for robust human engineering services and competence management To pre-book a one to one meeting with Danny at #5736 during the OTC, please click here . Competence management and ... Read more.