Risk management in geophysical operations

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IOGP Report 432-02

IOGP Report 510 lists ‘risk management’ as one of the four fundamentals. Risk management must be integrated throughout the management system and present in the cycle of design, development, implementation, maintenance and continuous improvement.

The geophysical industry has static hazards and risks that are inherent to its assets and operational activities. It needs to be managed and controlled to a tolerable level of residual risk.

 

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IOGP Report 432-02

This document is a supplement to IOGP Report 432, Managing HSE in a Geophysical Contract, also available from this website.

IOGP Report 510 lists ‘risk management’ as one of the four fundamentals. Risk management must be integrated throughout the management system and present in the cycle of design, development, implementation, maintenance and continuous improvement.

The geophysical industry has static hazards and risks that are inherent to its assets and operational activities. It needs to be managed and controlled to a tolerable level of residual risk.

Additional information

Theme

Publication Date

November 2017

Report Number

432-02

Topic

Geophysical HSSE operations

Document type

Report