On the second day of the Oil & Gas UK’s Piper 25 conference, speakers discussed about the safety lessons learned from major accidents in other industrial sectors.
The objective of the event is to bring together people from across the global oil and gas industry to reflect on the lessons learnt from the Piper Alpha tragedy, review the evolution of offshore safety and reinforce industry commitment for continuous improvement.
Hon. Justice Haddon-Cave QC, chair for the review of the wider issues in relation to the loss of the Nimrod aircraft in Afghanistan in 2006, will discuss his views at the conference in a presentation entitled ‘Leadership and culture, principles and professionalism, simplicity and safety’.
US Chemical Safety & Hazard Investigation Board past chairman John Bresland expressed views on the lessons learned from investigations carried out under his chairmanship.
On the second day of the event, a short video was presented about the underlying reasons that led to the Piper Alpha disaster.
Apart from this, stories related to Deepwater Horizon and Fukushima disasters were also discussed at the event.
Talisman Sinopec Energy UK is sponsoring the three day event, which is being held at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.