Survey about Trends in Risk Level in the Norwegian Petroleum Activity (RNNP):
As an employee in the Norwegian petroleum industry, we would like to invite you to participate in the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway’s survey about Trends in Risk Level in the Norwegian Petroleum Activity (RNNP).
The questions concern your working environment, perception of safety and the effects of work on your health, as well as other safety-related topics. Your contribution based on your experience and knowledge of the petroleum industry is very valuable.
It takes about 25 minutes to answer the questionnaire. The survey is open from October 9th to November 19th, 2023.
Here are links for the questionnaire for offshore workers and onshore workers:
Participation in the project is voluntary. If you choose to consent to participate, you may withdraw your consent at any time, without stating a reason.
All information about you will then be deleted.
There will be no negative consequences for you if you choose not to participate or subsequently decide to withdraw.
If you have any questions, or you want to withdraw your consent, please contact:
- Safetec Nordic c/o Leif Inge K. Sørskår
email@example.com, tlf. 45 28 58 00.
- Petroleum Safety Authority Norway c/o Astrid Schuchert
firstname.lastname@example.org, tlf. 93 83 12 81.
Thank you for your help in advance!
Background and purpose
Since 2000, the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has carried out the RNNP programme to survey safety and working conditions in the Norwegian petroleum industry. RNNP is performed in close cooperation with the Safety Forum (DSO, United Federation of Trade Unions, Norwegian Union of Industry and Energy Workers (IE), Norwegian Organisation of Managers and Executives (Lederne), Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (LO), Norwegian Shipowners Association, Federation of Norwegian Industries, Offshore Norge, SAFE, NITO, Tekna and The Electrician and IT workers union).
The purpose of the survey is to monitor trends in safety and working conditions over time, to allow measures to be implemented to correct any adverse trends and in general help improve safety and the working environment in the industry.