Offshore Health and Safety Workshop:
Tuesday, 13 May 2013

Chairman's Address:
The Various Best Safety Practices Available And The Way Forward For The Offshore Wind Industry

Mike Vanstone,  Marine Operations Manager, Vattenfall 


Morning Refreshments


Mitigating Offshore Worker Health And Safety Risk Factors

  • Noise levels
  • Comfort levels
  • Accessibility
  • Bodily vibration

Safety Challenges For Round 3 Far-Offshore Areas 

  • Shelter on substations and turbines for employees (consequences for employees left behind) 
  • How to ensure medical support on site (initiative of G9 
  • Group discussion on what medical emergency support (Medivac, telemedicine, paramedic onsite) we should provide on-site

Kim Rasmussen,  Functional Head of HSS, Vattenfall Renewables Continental/UK




Balancing The Costs Against The Safety Risks

  • Vessel configurations for an entire site: where the greatest safety risks lie for offshore personnel
  • Suitability of different CTVs for journey lengths and weather
Discussion leaders include:
Trygve Halvorsen Espeland, Section Manager, Naval Architecture and Hydrodynamics, Umoe Mandal AS
Matthias Mross, Managing Partner, German Renewables Shipbrokers

Afternoon Refreshments


Safety Sum-Up: Your Final Questions Answered

Mike Vanstone,   Marine Operations Manager,  Vattenfall 


Close Of Workshop

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