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Risk leadership and organisational type

The anecdotal experience of new entrants in the UK offshore industry is that they are not, as a group, safer or less safe than established organisations.

Similarly, the organisational arrangements that are sometimes associated with new entrants – such as the separation of ownership and operation – are not clearly less safe than more traditional arrangements. What seems to matter more is a deeper capacity to make chosen ways of organising work.

View full research report ‘RR756 – Risk leadership and organisational type’