The Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has concluded and printed their investigation of the deadly incident on Maersk Interceptor on Dec. 7, 2017.
The incident investigation report concludes uncooked water pump fell to sea as a consequence of the failure of a flat-braided sling utilized in a lifting operation. The lifting operation was a part of the set up of a uncooked water pump. The incident resulted in a single fatality and one individual severely injured.
“Both Maersk Drilling and our buyer Aker BP assist the findings of the PSA report, that are in keeping with these of our inner investigation. The incident on Maersk Interceptor shocked us all and mustn’t have occurred. We have given full cooperation to the PSA investigation and are dedicated to do every thing in our energy to stop an analogous tragedy from taking place once more,” says Angela Durkin, COO of Maersk Drilling.
“Maersk Drilling and Aker BP have carried out business information switch periods in Norway and internationally and we’ll proceed to share our learnings with the broader business in order that others can keep away from an analogous incident,” says Tommy Sigmundstad, senior V.P. of drilling & wells at Aker BP.
Maersk Drilling has totally complied with the Notice of Order (NoO) from the PSA obtained in December 2017. The NoO was aligned with the findings of Maersk Drilling’s inner investigation and was associated to lifting gear and set up of uncooked water pumps. An Order Response Group was established and enchancment alternatives inside technical, operational and organizational barrier components have been recognized and are being applied.
In addition, a Learning Verification Group has been established to supervise Maersk Drilling’s work to successfully implement the actions from the Order Response Group in addition to the suggestions from the inner investigation report and any corrective measures required to deal with the deviations recognized within the PSA investigation report.
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