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§ 10 Measurement parameters and indicators

The responsible party shall establish measurement parameters to monitor factors of significance to health, safety and the environment, including the degree of achievement, cf. Sections 7 and 8.
The operator or the party responsible for operation of an offshore or onshore facility shall establish indicators to monitor changes and trends in the major accident risk and environmental risk.
Section last changed: 01 January 2011

The measurement parameters as indicated in the first subsection, and the indicators as mentioned in the second subsection, are used in the work to monitor and assess the risk level. Key measurement parameters and indicators as regards the risk level, are identified on the basis of risk assessments.
The requirement in the second subsection includes indicators to monitor key factors that influence risk. The indicators should be both proactive and reactive, and reflect technical, organisational and human factors.