Two global industry bodies have joined forces in a bid to “eliminate fatalities” from offshore oil industry helicopter transport.
An industry body will warn there is “much more to be done” to prevent major leaks in the North Sea at an Aberdeen conference later.
A new conference has been announced which will focus on the most pressing health and safety issues in the North Sea.
The co-founder of a multi-million pound chocolate enterprise will spotlight issues around diversity and inclusion at Offshore Europe.
Data is “transforming” the offshore helicopter industry’s ability to deliver safety improvements “faster and better”, an aviation sector leader has said.
A decade on since a fatal crash in the North Sea, helicopter transport remains the “biggest concern” for the offshore workforce.
Thanks to the excellent collaboration between HeliOffshore’s 109 members, 2017 has been another very productive year in our shared efforts to enhance safety. Despite the challenges our industry has faced over the past 12 months, we’ve collectively made significant progress in implementing the strategy on which our unique organization was founded just over three years ago.
An offshore helicopter safety chief yesterday urged the industry not to compete on safety.
An offshore helicopter transport safety organisation has welcomed new European proposals for making sure pilots are mentally fit for flying.
A fatal helicopter crash in which four oil workers lost their lives two years ago has acted as a "catalyst" for lesson learning, according to the chief executive of HeliOffshore.