Oil major BP has been hit with a notice from the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) at its Skarv FPSO.
The safety body said objective of the audit had been to verify BP’s management of its occupational health system at Skarv to ensure workers are not exposed to working environment risk beyond levels specified in the regulations.
It also wanted to assess that arrangements for employee participation are in compliance with the regulatory requirements.
The PSA said one non-conformity had been identified in connection with the training of safety delegates.
In addition, two improvement points were identified linked to the management of working environment risk and the use of HSE committees.
BP has been given a deadline of September 1st 2016 to report on how the non-conformity and improvement points will be dealt with.