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24/7/365 emergency response support to various clients
24/7/365 virtual emergency response
Handled more than 8,000 emergency calls
Carried out 100 mobilisations
500 search and rescue taskings
A full emergency response team, and facilities, for any client
We understand that not every organisation has the capacity to resource a full emergency response and maintain a crisis management team in-house. To address this industry-wide risk, we launched a dedicated Emergency Response Service Centre (ERSC) in Aberdeen, UK, in 2006.
The first of its kind, the ERSC supports clients’ assets, vessels, normally unmanned installations and fully operational platforms with a facility and trained team in the event of an emergency - 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week, 365 days-a-year.
We respond to multiple calls every month, from muster drills and large-scale industry exercises, to real incidents. Since its launch, the ERSC team has handled more than 8,000 emergency calls and carried out over 100 mobilisations.
15 years of the ERSC
Our ERSC in numbers
New technologies enable virtual emergency support
Now, following significant investment in new emergency response technologies, we offer a seamless, virtual response capability and can support emergencies without the need for responders to be present in the same location. This virtual capability offers increased flexibility for clients, by allowing any team member to participate – wherever they are in the world.
Extensive updates and enhancements to our incident management software, responder protocols and telephone systems, has resulted in a flexible working environment which seamlessly complements or replicates our in-room response function for any ‘blended’ response mode our clients choose.
By working with industry to lead UK-wide training exercises, including the Offshore Petroleum Regulator for Environment and Decommissioning (OPRED) and the Secretary of State’s Representative (SOSREP), we remain at the forefront of safety training and emergency response.
Emergency response and crisis management
With more than 20 years’ emergency response and crisis management experience, you can trustusto prepare you for theunexpected.
One early adopter of Petrofac’s virtual offering is international oil and gas exploration and production company, Premier Oil (now part of Harbour Energy).
Group Crisis and Emergency Response Lead, Andy Lang, provided feedback on a virtual exercise conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic:
“Our ability to fully interact, interrogate and communicate using Petrofac’s newly upgraded Crisis & Incident Management software (CIM) integrated features ensured a seamless solution effectively replicating all the response facilities and tools that we rely on into virtual response rooms.”
Andy LangGroup Crisis and Emergency Response Lead, Premier Oil (now part of Harbour Energy)