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The Health and Safety Executive has issued Offshore Safety Division Operations Notice 30 regarding the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations .

These apply both onshore and offshore Drilling Operations Application (DRA) seeking direction that an ES is not required for a proposed well, and/or associated permits, consents and licences for the drilling operations - handled by UK Oil Portal Pipeline Operations Application (PLA) seeking direction that an ES is not required for a proposed pipeline, and/or associated permits, consents and licences for the pipeline operations - handled by UK Oil Portal Production Operations Application (PRA) seeking direction that an ES is not required for a proposed development (or for the variation, renewal or extension of a production consent), and/or associated permits, consents and licences for the production operations - handled by UK Oil Portal Well Intervention Operations Application (WIA) seeking direction that an ES is not required for a proposed well intervention (for e.g.

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Instead, operators are advised to report any lost/dropped object if they’re unsure of the hazard it might cause.

Please consider the following when deciding whether or not to report materials lost or dumped at sea: , the Marine Coastguard Authority, Kingfisher at Seafish, the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation and/or the National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations as soon as possible and no later than six hours after the event takes place.

If all the information is not available within six hours, the 2 form has been received by the relevant authorities, the submitter may be contacted if further information is required.

With the exception of the original submission and any following updates, all correspondence with authorities should be copied to It is an offence to wilfilly, or by culpable negligence, break or injure a submarine cable in a way that might interrupt or obstruct telegraphic or telephonic communication (see Section 3 of the Submarine Telegraph Act 1885 as applied by Section 8(i) of the Continental Shelf Act 1964).

Although there are a large number of submarine telecommunications cables on the UKCS, the risk of them being damaged by offshore activity is minimal as long as operators observe reasonable caution and remain aware of their location.

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