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Offshore Safety now under Arbejdstilsynet

Offshore Safety now under Arbejdstilsynet

14-11-2014 12:00:00


Short news: From January 1st, 2015 the supervision of health and safety on offshore installations in the Danish sector of the North Sea passes to the Danish Working Environment Authority. So far, this sector has been managed by the Danish Ministry Of Climate, Energy and Building.

The transfer takes place as part of implementing the offshore safety directive in Danish law.

The directive includes requirement for organizational independence between the authority granting licenses for exploration and production of the underground, and the authority responsible for the supervision of health and safety on the rigs in the North Sea.

Source: Danish Energy Authority / Maritime Denmark


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