Equinor’s Q2 Safety Results Indicate No Incidents with Accident Potential, Commitment to Improving Safety

Equinor’s Q2 Safety Results Indicate No Incidents with Accident Potential, Commitment to Improving Safety

Equinor‘s recently released second quarter 2022 safety results showed no incidents with major accident potential in the second quarter.

The report added that the frequency of serious incidents is the same as in the first quarter, while the frequency of personal injuries increased.

In the second quarter, the serious incident frequency (SIF) was 0.5. Dropped objects accounted for most of the incidents.

The total recordable injury frequency (TRIF) for the past 12 months increased to 2.5 from 2.4 in the first quarter. “We have not succeeded in bending the curve when it comes to injuries. It is not enough to learn from each individual incident, we must also intensify the work we do every day to strengthen a proactive safety culture,” says Jannicke Nilsson, executive vice president Safety, Security and Sustainability.

As part of the alwayssafe.no annual wheel, Equinor collaborates with other operator companies and external suppliers. The third quarter will focus on enhancing awareness about preventing incidents involving dropped objects and situations in the “line of fire”. Through the annual wheel and the learning packages, safety work is repeated and strengthened.

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