Onshore Record

The details required for the offshore record (ie name, and name and address of employer) must also be retained and updated at a location onshore (‘the onshore record’). The onshore record also requires further details to be kept, primarily for use by the police to inform next of kin following a death or loss offshore or to trace the recent contacts of someone found to have an infectious disease. These details are specified in regulation 9(2).

Source: A Guide to the Offshore Installations and Pipelines Works (Management and Administration) Regulations 1995, Guidance on Regulations (UK HSE L70), Second Edition, 2002. Regulatory Guidance

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