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  • M Kaarstad, G Rindahl, G.-E Torgersen, A Drøivoldsmo
  • 2009
Integrated operations (IO) is in the oil industry looked upon as a strategic tool to achieve safe, reliable and efficient decisions. Integrated operations involve using technology that brings competence, data and tools together in real time, regardless of distance, and which has the potential to enable improved and faster decisions. Interaction in an IO(More)
Petroleum installation employees have to balance safety goals versus other types of goals as a part of their daily work activities. To reduce the risk for incidents and accidents, it is critical to obtain a better understanding of how to facilitate adequate prioritization of safety goals, i.e., prioritizations in accordance with the standards set by the(More)
Introduction of the operational concept Integrated Operations (IO) by petroleum companies operating on the Norwegian Continental Shelf implies an increased use of distributed teams (IO teams) in operation of petroleum installations. To develop teamwork training programs for members of IO teams, it is necessary to understand what teamwork competencies IO(More)
This paper documents the outcome of a literature review as well as empirical findings related to how a shared collaboration surface may facilitate adequate team decision making in an Integrated Operations (IO) setting. In the review, we take a look at what decision support is, based on the two disciplines decision systems and decision sciences. There exist(More)
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