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Best Management Practices
Transportation of Employees by Helicopter to or from a Workplace in the Offshore Petroleum Industry – East Coast Canada

This code of practice, is a result of a joint effort among offshore east coast Canada Petroleum Industry Operations and Workplace Representatives, the Canada Petroleum Industry Operators and Workplace Representatives, the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (C-NLOPB)

August, 2020 - 20 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Third Party Publications
Atlantic Canada Offshore Petroleum Standard Practice for the Training and Qualifications of Offshore Personnel

This provides the safety training requirements for offshore personnel; technical training required for specific roles; emergency team composition, training and offshore drills; and the qualifications for offshore positions for producing installations, drilling installations and marine vessels.

May, 2020 - 239 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Fact Sheet
Improving Offshore Oil Spill Response with Dispersants

Offshore operators are developing resources safely and responsibly, and working to continuously improve offshore oil spill prevention and response. Dispersants are one of several tools that have been proven safe and effective in managing and mitigating spills.

May, 2019 - 2 Pages

Environment & Innovation Health & Safety Offshore

Fact Sheet
Oil and Natural Gas Priorties for a Prosperous Newfoundland and Labrador

Global demand for oil and natural gas is forecast to increase for decades to come, and Newfoundland must plan for what lies ahead. This will require a clear commitment from government to increase the competitiveness of our industry, and rethink the way we do business.

May, 2019 - 8 Pages

Natural Gas Offshore

Fact Sheet
Spill Prevention and Response in Atlantic Canada

Offshore operators are safely and responsibly developing oil and natural gas resources while working to continuously improve oil spill prevention and response. The companies operating in Atlantic Canada’s offshore adhere to robust environmental regulations and apply global best practices.

March, 2019 - 2 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Fact Sheet
Managing Produced Water in Atlantic Canada’s Offshore Oil and Natural Gas Industry

Water is an integral part of oil and gas production. In the offshore, water that has been extracted from an oil and gas reservoir – or produced water – must be treated and disposed of in a manner that ensures the marine environment is protected.

September, 2018 - 2 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore Water

Fact Sheet
Safety Training: Atlantic Canada’s Offshore Oil and Natural Gas Industry

Keeping people safe is the first consideration in all aspects of offshore oil and natural gas activity. Making sure employees have the skills necessary to do their jobs safely by providing relevant and appropriate training is one of the ways the industry strives to keep employees safe.

September, 2018 - 3 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Fact Sheet
Canada’s Offshore Oil and Natural Gas Industry in Nova Scotia

Offshore operators have been exploring for and developing resources safely and responsibly in offshore Nova Scotia for decades. Canada’s oil and natural gas industry contributes to local community and provincial revenues, helping pay for hospitals, roads, schools and social programs.

July, 2018 - 2 Pages

Natural Gas Offshore

Fact Sheet
Canada’s Offshore Oil and Natural Gas Industry in Newfoundland and Labrador

Offshore operators are developing resources safely and responsibly in Newfoundland and Labrador. The oil and natural gas industry contributes to local community and provincial revenues through royalty and tax payments, which help to pay for hospitals, roads, schools and social programs.

June, 2018 - 2 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Report
Fatigue Management in the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Industry

This Code of Practice, summarizes the requirements for defining and managing Fatigue and the roles and responsibilities of Operators, Employers, Supervisors and Employees.

January, 2018 - 16 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Fact Sheet
Exploration Drilling in Atlantic Canada Offshore

Offshore exploration wells are drilled to confirm whether geological formations identified in seismic surveys contain oil and natural gas. This fact sheet outlines the steps taken in planning and implementing an offshore drilling program, as well as the key equipment used.

October, 2017 - 4 Pages

Natural Gas Offshore

Best Management Practices
Code of Practice – Transportation of Employees by Vessel to or from a Workplace in the Offshore Petroleum Industry

Operators in the Newfoundland and Labrador offshore area, represented by CAPP, have developed this Code of Practice to provide guidance and a consistent practice for the safe transportation of Employees by vessel to, from and between an Operator’s offshore Workplaces.

March, 2017 - 14 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Fact Sheet
Marine Seismic Surveys: The Search for Oil and Natural Gas Offshore

This fact sheet gives an overview of marine seismic surveys; how they function, what they do and the type of information gathered from them.

November, 2016 - 2 Pages

Offshore

Best Management Practices
Atlantic Canada Medical Assessment for Fitness to Work Offshore

It is a requirement within the Atlantic Canada offshore petroleum industry that all individuals employed at offshore installations undergo an evaluation of their medical fitness prior to basic survival training, travelling offshore and periodically throughout the duration of their employment on an offshore installation.

May, 2016 - 24 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Fact Sheet
Safety Training in Atlantic Canada’s Offshore Oil and Gas Industry

Keeping people safe is the first consideration in all aspects of offshore oil and gas activity. Making sure employees are equipped with the skills and training necessary to do their jobs safely is one of the ways the industry works to keep employees safe.

October, 2012 - 4 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Best Management Practices
Atlantic Canada Offshore Petroleum Industry Safe Lifting Practice

This guide was developed by working with representatives of Industry, the Offshore Petroleum Boards and Certifying Authorities to outline industry "best practices" for operators responsible for the management, planning and execution of offshore lifting operations.

May, 2013 - 64 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Best Management Practices
Atlantic Canada Offshore Petroleum Industry Escape, Evacuation and Rescue Guide

This Guide is the culmination of a joint effort among offshore industry operators, drilling contractors and regulatory authorities. It’s intended to assist operators with respect to escape, evacuation and rescue by establishing broad performance goals related to escape, evacuation and rescue.

July, 2010 - 34 Pages

Health & Safety Offshore

Best Management Practices
Canadian East Coast Offshore Operators Non-attributable Fisheries Damage Compensation Program

This is a program the fishing industry can follow as an alternative to making a claim through the courts or other regulatory authorities. The program provides a basis for addressing damage to the vessel or gear of aquaculturists or commercial fish harvesters.

February, 2007 - 24 Pages

Offshore

Report
Atlantic Canada Offshore Petroleum Industry – Supply Chain Management

This document contains the recommended practices between offshore operators and supply/service organizations operating in Atlantic Canada to improve their commercial working relationship. Through the sharing of information and streamlining the supply chain management process, it will make the procurement of goods and service

August, 2004 - 12 Pages

Oil Sands Offshore