Washington — An online dashboard lately launched by the Bureau of Security and Environmental Enforcement is meant to enhance the security of offshore oil and fuel operations by easing entry to security knowledge.
Developed as a part of BSEE and the Bureau of Transportation Statistics’ SafeOCS Reporting System, the dashboard options 2018-2020 knowledge from practically 12,000 voluntarily reported occasions, together with incident reviews and occasion narratives, in addition to contractor and operator info.
Utilizing the general public dashboard, operators can evaluate their confidential submissions with aggregated knowledge to determine and restrict security dangers earlier than work begins.
BSEE says the dashboard “will increase transparency and improves the flexibility to comply with traits; enhance inspection planning; perceive frequent elements; and see significant relationships in course of security, private security and environmental stewardship” on the Outer Continental Shelf.
“BSEE’s dedication to security is enhanced by new initiatives, like this dashboard, which proactively identifies traits that may assist mitigate dangers and save lives,” Stacey Noem, chief of the company’s Workplace of Offshore Regulatory Packages, mentioned in a press launch. “BSEE equipped knowledge and knowledge from our data to develop this dashboard, which is a large accomplishment for making offshore oil and fuel security knowledge extra clear and accessible.”