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A unique collaboration

Ni operatørselskaper - robust, kostnadseffektiv og bærekraftig drift.

More than 100 operations
More than 100 operations

Exploration drilling, production, onshore facilities and transportation
Since starting up, we have supported more than 100 operations

A driving force for standardisation
A driving force for standardisation

Centre of competence, transparency, knowledge sharing and transfer

Emergency response is our full-time job
Emergency response is our full-time job

Ten years of experience, best practice, continuous improvement

A complete services provider
A complete services provider

Centre for evacuees and next of kin, call centre, on-duty doctor, support team

Crisis communication
Crisis communication

A strong team, stakeholder analyses, strategic advisors

More than 130 exercises each year
More than 130 exercises each year

From basic skills training to major collaborative exercises

Ask us about preparedness
Ask us about preparedness

We share knowledge and collaborate with a wide range of emergency response actors

Preferred partner on the NCS
Preferred partner on the NCS

We form an integral part of the operators’ emergency preparedness

Room for more members
Room for more members

Collaboration, quality, professionalism

OFFB

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.


Coming to OFFB for learning and networking

Each year, close to 300 employees in the energy industry attend courses at OFFB. What all our courses have in common is that they are free for our members, and they are developed through collaboration with our members.

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OFFB employees trained in life-saving techniques

As emergency preparedness is our full-time job at OFFB, we are aware that accidents occur regularly in the real world. We also know that no one is exempted from standing on the front line to help. In order to become as well-equipped as possible for such an event, you can practice in advance.

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Equinor accident gave valuable learning for Neptune Energy

In a series of exercises during the spring of 2023, all of Neptune Energy's six emergency response teams had to handle an accident with serious injuries to personnel on the Gjøa platform. The scenario was built around a real-life incident on the Heimdal field in 2019. Emergency response manager Pål Erland in OFFB commends Equinor for sharing its experiences. “We have learned a lot,” he says.

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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.


Coming to OFFB for learning and networking

Each year, close to 300 employees in the energy industry attend courses at OFFB. What all our courses have in common is that they are free for our members, and they are developed through collaboration with our members.

Read more

OFFB employees trained in life-saving techniques

As emergency preparedness is our full-time job at OFFB, we are aware that accidents occur regularly in the real world. We also know that no one is exempted from standing on the front line to help. In order to become as well-equipped as possible for such an event, you can practice in advance.

Read more

Equinor accident gave valuable learning for Neptune Energy

In a series of exercises during the spring of 2023, all of Neptune Energy's six emergency response teams had to handle an accident with serious injuries to personnel on the Gjøa platform. The scenario was built around a real-life incident on the Heimdal field in 2019. Emergency response manager Pål Erland in OFFB commends Equinor for sharing its experiences. “We have learned a lot,” he says.

Read more

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