Petrolink has been awarded a new framework agreement by StatoilHydro for the implementation of Safety and Emergency Preparedness Training. The agreement has a total duration of 5 years (3 + 1 + 1) and is part of a larger agreement, where a total of five companies participate in different disciplines.
Petrolink offered one of a total of seven modules and is very pleased to have been awarded this agreement, which includes the following services:
- Emergency management
- Crisis psychology in stress and disaster situations
- Leadership training, preparedness and crisis management for platform managers
- Management and crisis management for control room personnel
- 1st and 2nd line verification exercises for emergency preparedness organizations offshore and onshore
Petrolink will be responsible for classroom training and skills training, including scenario-based exercises for both offshore and onshore personnel. The work will primarily take place on land, but also offshore at various StatoilHydro installations.
CEO, Dag Nedrum, states: “The award confirms Petrolink’s strong position in the market, which follows from a determined commitment over many years. The services are complementary to the many other services Petrolink provides within its four core areas; Operational Support, Engineering Services, Project Support and Operations Management. It gives customers great professional and delivery security. ”