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Wednesday, 28 September 2016
11:30 - 13:00 Innovation in safety
Health & safety  
Onshore      Offshore    

Room: Hall E

This session examines how the sharing of best practice can improve the wind industry's health and safety performance through innovative, proactive research and hands-on experience.

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Learning objectives

  • Implementing best practise in safety;
  • Managing performance through integrated safety thinking;
  • Innovative safety aspects when moving from fixed to floating offshore;
  • Setting industrial standards to provide constant safety leadership;
  • Safety leadership throughout the industry from management level to operational level.
Kirsten Bank Christensen, Vice President, Group HSEQ, A2SEA, Denmark
Mette Jørvad, Senior Manager Communications and Marketing, A2SEA, Denmark

Hasse Andreasen
Head of EHS Global Offshore, Siemens Wind Power, United Kingdom
Targeting a second-to-none EHS Performance in wind through ownership  

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Abstract ID: 152
Pascal Sommer
Consultant, 8.2 Consulting AG, Germany
From fixed offshore to floating offshore – A new challenge for QHSE

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Abstract ID: 475
Annette Nienhaus
Technical Director, Sustainable Safety, ERM, Germany
Managing performance, not paperwork – the route to a sustainable offshore wind safety culture

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