This research identifies key factors, or safety culture categories, that can be used to help describe the safety culture for the offshore oil and gas industry and develop a comprehensive offshore safety culture assessment toolkit for use by the US Gulf of Mexico (GoM) owners and operators. Detailed questionnaires from selected safety culture frameworks of different industries were collected and analyzed to identify important safety culture factors and key questions for assessment. Safety frameworks from different associations were investigated, including the Center for Offshore Safety (COS), Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). The safety culture factors of each of these frameworks were generalized and analyzed. The frequency of the safety culture factors in each framework was analyzed to explore commonality. The literature review and analysis identified a list of common factors among safety culture frameworks.
Identifying Key Safety Culture Factors for the Offshore Industry
Lou, Ning, Wari, Ezra, Curry, James, McSweeney, Kevin, Curtis, Rick, Craig, Brian, Hussain, Muhammad Muzamil, and Weihang Zhu. "Identifying Key Safety Culture Factors for the Offshore Industry." Paper presented at the SNAME 26th Offshore Symposium, Virtual, April 2021. doi: https://doi.org/10.5957/TOS-2021-06
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