Following the first North Sea client signing up to the Restrata Platform, Restrata has announced that more operators are on the verge of adopting its cutting edge safety and emergency response technology.
It was revealed at Offshore Europe in Aberdeen that Serica Energy has become the first firm to digitise safety in the North Sea after choosing to adopt the Restrata Platform, with more companies expected to follow suit.
Restrata, a technology and services company focused on security, safety and emergency response solutions, provides enterprise software to enhance the safety of personnel and management of operations both on and offshore. The Restrata Platform will allow operators to quickly locate people in an emergency situation. This provides a more effective response, helping companies across the energy and industrial sectors improve the safety of personnel and the efficiency of operations.
Restrata Chief Executive Officer Botan Osman said: “The North Sea was the birthplace of a new era of safety standards, we and believe it should spearhead the digital transformation of safety. We have been providing outsourced emergency response in the North Sea for the past eight years and are delighted that our technology continues to be part of this transformation.
“The Restrata Platform allows organisations to quickly access up-to-the-minute information about the safety of its people and assets. This technology will not only help the people involved in an incident, but also ensures the risk to emergency response teams is minimised, and the safety of personnel at the heart of any response.
“We are excited to have announced Serica as the first North Sea operator to implement the Restrata Platform. We are in advanced discussions with a number of other organisations to join this digital safety revolution.”
With offices in London, Dubai and Aberdeen, Restrata helps build and assure the resilience of more than 70 customers in more than 30 countries.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/digital-oilfield/18092019/more-north-sea-organisations-set-to-join-the-digital-safety-revolution-by-adopting-the-restrata-platform/
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