Welcome to presight’s networking event 

Topic: Human factors that influence safety and how to monitor them


📅 Wednesday May 11th, 2022


⌚ 10:00 – 13:00 local time


📍 Presight offices (Level 3) at Vassbotnen 15, 4313 Sandnes / Online



Finally, we are again able to meet in person. Presight would like to invite you to a networking event at our premises where we can discuss and learn from each other.


The topic for the session is human factors that influence safe offshore operations and how to monitor them. Underlying human factors such as inadequate or insufficient training and experience in combination with limited human resources available to do the job safely, often result in weaknesses in the work processes that lead to undesired events. History has shown how the culture in an organization affects safety and how people behave, which should also be monitored.


Presight will share good practices on how to monitor human factors in a barrier management perspective. We will also tell you about our research project on safety culture, learnings from investigations and sharing experiences with you.


Lunch and snacks will be served 😊





10:00 – 10:10: Welcome, meet & greet, snacks and coffee | Morten Andreassen


10:10 – 10:35: Keynote speaker from the Petroleum Safety Authority | Elisabeth Lootz, Principal Engineer, Cand. Polit.


10:35 – 11:10: Presight good practices with focus on human factors | Petter Holst Johnsen, CEO, MSc


11:10 – 11:20: Break & mingle


11:20 – 11:35: Presight safety culture research project | Neda Hashemi, Research consultant, PhD


11:35 – 11:50: When safety barriers fail – Experiences from investigations | Morten Andreassen, Risk Management Adv., MSc


11:50 – 12:15: Plenary discussions based on key questions


12:15 – 13:00: Networking and lunch


13:00 –> open end for break-out labs:






About the presenters:


Petter Holst-Johnsen

Petter is the co-founder and CEO of Presight Solutions. He is the architect behind Presight Barrier Monitor™ and has extensive experience managing and delivering our barrier monitor solutions to companies operating across the world.


Neda Hashemi

Neda holds a PhD within the area of working culture in companies and MSc degree in HSE focusing on human errors, human factors and risk management. She is currently leading a research project within safety culture in organizations.


Morten Andreassen

Morten has for more than 15 years been deeply involved in incident investigations and learning methodologies when barriers fail. Particular focus has been to revealing weaknesses in the operational and organizational barriers that contributed to the incidents, which holds the behavioural and organizational causal factors.



Should you have any questions about the event, please do not hesitate to contact Morten Andreassen  ([email protected]) / +47 951 18 193


We are very much looking forward to an interesting event together with you!



Kind regards,


The Presight team 😊



Sign up for the event using the below link.  If you are not able to meet in person, you are more than welcome to join the session online (link will be provided after registration). Please register within May 4th. 

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