Perception of risk in the environment of Integrated Operations

Perception of risk in the environment of Integrated Operations

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The objective of this thesis was to study: “how do actors from different expert groups perceive risk and risk management in relation to petroleum production in an integrated operations environment?” 13 actors were interviewed. One of the key challenges was confusion with regard to what IO is. The industry could benefit by creating a more explicit definition of IO. The main finding for risk management and integrated operations denotes that factors in relation to man, technology and organization are challenges that need to be acknowledged. Additionally, the findings indicate that ICT-specific defined situations of hazards and accidents (DSHA) following IO are considered useful. Hazards and vulnerabilities related to human characteristics, management, decision-making, knowledge and competence, communication and cooperation, dependence, system complexity and safety was identified in the interviews. The findings revealed that apprehensions of causes of major accidents are not thoroughly known, and that ICT complexity might increase the risk of sever safety problems.
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