Risk modelling for marine systems hazards

Risk modelling of marine systems hazards started in mid 1980s with the Risk Assessment of Buoyancy Loss (RABL) project, and has continued with projects for FPSO and shuttle tankers, modelling of ballast system failure, anchor system failure, and DP system failure.



Journal papers

Vinnem and Liyanage (2008)"Human-Technical Interface of Collision Risk Under Dynamic Conditions: An Exploratory Learning Case from the North Sea"
International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction (IJTHI), 4, 35-47


Conference papers

Vinnem, Hauge, Huglen, Kieran, Kirwan, Rettedal, Skåren and Thomas (2000)Systematic Analysis of Operational Safety of FPSOs Reveals Areas of Improvement, SPE paper 61175.
Presented at the SPE International Conference on Health, Safety and Environment in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production, Stavanger, 26-28.06 2000.
Vinnem, Hokstad, Dammen, Saele, Chen, Haver, Kieran, Kleppestø and Thomas (2003)Operational safety analysis of FPSO - Shuttle tanker collision risk reveals areas of improvement.
Presented at Offshore Technology Conference, Houston, 5-8.05 2003.
Chen, Moan and Vinnem (2007)Safety of shuttle tanker offshore loading operations with emphasis on the human barrier.
Presented at ESREL2007, Stavanger, 25-27.06 2007.