Creating Resilient Drilling Operations through Collective Learning

Studio Apertura
​Taking effective measure in the area of improvement and change management work in relation to HSE (Health, Safety and Environment) is an organizational challenge that requires effective collaboration across disciplines and interfaces. Shared responsibility and consequently collective learning is a prerequisite for improvement of single activities, work processes to increased safety and total performance. In this paper we argue that collective learning is an important condition in creating improved safety and resilience in drilling operations. This is to say that HSE is about organizational development (OD) focusing specifically on collaborative capability for communication and operational decision-making. We elaborate on this issue in relation to implementation of new advanced information and communication technology (ICT) and the participatory process in exploring how to use ICT to support collaborative work and integration of all disciplines and participants involved in one shared real-time collaboration environment (SCE). ​