1A general description of the means by which an employer intends to ensure that the structure and plant of the installation will be designed, constructed, operated, and maintained in a way that will minimise hazards.
2A general description of the safety management system that will operate, how it will be implemented, and the audit procedures that will be adopted.
3Details of any significant hazards.
4Details of quantitative risk assessments and any consequent measures proposed to ensure that hazards are minimised.
5A description of—
(a)the principal features of the design of the installation, and the arrangements and procedures for its completion; and
(b)the arrangements and procedures for the construction and commissioning of the installation—
that are intended to ensure that hazards are minimised.
6Particulars of plant and equipment installed for the purpose of detecting explosion, fire, heat, smoke, gas, and toxic fumes, the prevention and mitigation of fires, and the protection of petroleum workers from the consequences of explosion, fire, heat, smoke, gas, and toxic fumes.
7The results of a practical demonstration of all practicable steps to be taken to ensure that plant and equipment essential for the safety of personnel or for controlling the consequences of a major accident event will be capable of functioning in conditions of fire, explosion, flooding, inclination, or strong vibration.
8A scale plan of the intended location of the installation and of anything to be connected to it, and particulars of—
(a)the meteorological and oceanographic conditions to which the installation may be subjected; and
(b)the properties of the seabed and subsoil at its location where the installation requires the support of the seabed.
9A description, with scale diagrams, of the main and secondary structure of the installation and its materials, its plant and equipment, and any connections to be made to any pipeline or other installation.
10Particulars of the main requirements in the specification for the design of the installation and its plant and equipment, including any limits for safe operation and use.
11Particulars of the main requirements in the specification for the design of the installation and its plant and equipment, including any codes of practice to be complied with and any limits for safe operation or use.
(a)the limits of the environmental conditions beyond which the installation cannot safely be stationed or operated; and
(b)the properties of the seabed and subsoil that are necessary for the safe stationing and operation of the installation; and
(c)the locations in which the installation may be stationed and operated safely.
13Particulars of each operation to be carried out, including—
(a)activities on and in connection with the installation relating to each operation; and
(b)a description of any wells or pipelines containing pipeline risers to be connected to the installation, and a description of the methods to isolate petroleum contained in these wells or pipelines from the installation; and
(c)a programme of operations.
14The maximum number of petroleum workers—
15The provisions to be made—
(a)for a temporary refuge to prevent significant harm from explosion, fire, heat, smoke, gas, and toxic fumes; and
(b)for facilities capable of operating and monitoring emergency shut down systems and emergency alarms, and maintaining communication with onshore facilities.
16Particulars of escape routes, embarkation points, plant, and equipment (including lifeboats and life-rafts) to be provided to enable the full and safe evacuation, escape, and rescue of petroleum workers in an emergency.
17Particulars of plant, equipment, and procedures for diving support and hyperbaric rescue.
18A statement of the performance standards that the temporary refuge, escape routes, embarkation points, lifeboats, and life-rafts will be designed to meet, including the minimum period for which they will remain capable of functioning in conditions of explosion, fire, heat, smoke, gas, and toxic fumes.
19A demonstration, by reference to the results of quantitative risk assessment, that performance standards used in relation to the installation are adequate to minimise hazards.
20Details of the proposed frequency and scope of reviews of the safety case.