The operator´s association for emergency response
The Operator’s Association for Emergency Response, known as OFFB, is a member-led, non-profit emergency response organisation utilised by many operating companies on the Norwegian continental shelf. We provide professional 2nd line emergency response services to our members, and are an integral part of their emergency response systems. OFFB also acts as a resource and expertise centre for all its members.
Ledig stilling: Kommunikasjonsrådgiver
Vi er i stadig vekst og vil nå styrke organisasjonen med en kommunikasjonsrådgiver
Aker BP joins OFFB
Aker BP has become a member of the Operator’s Association for Emergency Response, known as OFFB. “We are looking forward to further develop OFFB’s emergency response collaboration together with such a large and highly skilled player on the Norwegian continental shelf,” says Ole Jacob Haug, managing director of OFFB.
“The worst thing one can do is to do nothing”
“A rule of thumb for people assigned to take care of those affected by crises and their next of kin, is to help more and cry less,” says crisis psychologist Jakob Inge Kristoffersen with a smile. The class room at OFFB’s Competence Centre was packed when he gave a course on how to handle crisis reactions.
Beredskapskonferansen i Stavanger i september
13. til 14. september inviterer Offshore Norge, Industri Energi, Petroleumstilsynet og OFFB alle som jobber med beredskapsfaglige spørsmål i privat og offentlig sektor, akademia, organisasjoner, politi og forsvar til Beredskapskonferansen i Stavanger.
PGNiG Upstream Norway AS joins OFFB
PGNiG Norway AS has signed a membership agreement with the Operator’s Association for Emergency Response (OFFB).
OFFB er stolt sponsor av KFUM Stavanger J07. I påsken vant førstelaget J14-klassen i Peter Wessel Cupen 2022, uoffisielt norgesmesterskap i aldersbestemt håndball. Andrelaget ble nummer to i sin pulje.
Broad collaboration assembly in Florø
On March 30, OFFB and Neptune Energy assembled a wide range of collaborating actors for an emergency preparedness gathering in Florø in Vestland county. Among the topics on the agenda were the follow-up of evacuees and next of kin from a health professional perspective, and contingency planning under a heightened threat level.
Crisis management in major incidents
How should people affected by crises be followed up in the best possible way? And when should a crisis be declared over? Those were key questions at a workshop on strategic crisis management, organised by OFFB’s Competence Centre at the end of February.