Safety

Safety

The European Parliament introduced a new Offshore Safety Directive in 2013 to ensure that major accident hazard risks are regulated consistently using a Safety Case approach throughout all EU Member States that have an offshore oil and gas industry. This Safety Directive was implemented in response to the Macondo major accident. The Directive echoes much of the arrangements that already exist in the member state’s approach to regulating offshore major accident hazards.

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References (Papers)

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    • West Germany’S Eastern Policy: Legal Claims And Political Realities, Manfred Zuleeg, May 2016

 

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