These films were produced during the early emergence of Covid-19 in March 2020 are presented by Step Change in Safety Executive Director Steve Rae - a respected industry professional and 'One of the 61' survivors of Piper Alpha.
COVID-19: While every member of the workforce, from the worksite to the boardroom, is immersed in the constantly evolving COVID-19 situation, it is the duty of Step Change in Safety to continue reinforcing the need for diligence in the pre-planning and execution of work activities offshore.
We continue to communicate with industry via a series of information bulletins which are published on our website and digital media channels. As part of our continued engagement strategy, these short broadcasts and information packs will focus on the Step Change in Safety’s 7Cs of safety:
- Change Management
- Control of Work
Information and films looking at the impact on safety of working in the 'new normal' following the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit the page
COVID-19: Posters and images (June 2021)
OGUK and Step Change in Safety have produced a series of posters and social media visuals to maximise COVID-19 safety offshore.
The series of graphics were designed to address the common findings from the industry’s recent COVID-19 outbreak investigation. It follows an announcement that the numbers of personnel working offshore has now returned to pre-COVID-19 reduction levels for the first time since the national lockdown of March 2020.
COVID-19 7Cs SAFETY INFORMATION PACK
The information pack is available FREE to all our members and can be downloaded here.
COVID-19 INFORMATION BULLETINS
Step Change in Safety has produced a series of updates on COVID-19. Please find the all updates below:
COVID-19 IMPACT ON SAFETY: WORKFORCE ENGAGEMENT
Good practice (published 1st May 2020) on consultation and communication with the workforce is available here:
COVID-19 HEALTH AND SAFETY EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATION: APPLICATION OF SI 971
The Health and Safety Executive have released communications with regards to the application of SI 971 during the COVID-19 pandemic and is available for download here:
(Published 24th May 2020)