It is a pleasure welcoming Safetec to the Exposed project – an innovative and multidisciplinary company working with safety management, support and risk-based decision-making support.

We believe that the centre and its partners will benefit from Safetec’s long and professional experience within risk analyses, emergency preparedness, technical safety and human and organizational factors from different industries,” says Xue Yang, project manager of Exposed in Safetec. Safetec can also assist the aquaculture industry with a cost effective and sustainable management responding to the governmental expectations, she adds.

Safetec’s experience from project and research work within safety management brings a strong and relevant knowledge into the centre. They can contribute to developing methods and knowledge that can be used in a holistic safety management, both on traditional aquaculture farms inshore, and on developing concepts offshore. Safetec’s focus will be risk analyses and emergency preparedness to optimize design and safe management within HES, escapes, fish health and fish welfare at the farms.

With this, Safetec will contribute in the research area “Safety” in CRI Exposed, especially within:

  • Developing methods for risk analyses and barrier management for safety design and management.
  • Developing methods for better and more efficient emergency preparedness

Centre Director Hans Bjelland is happy to welcome Safetec into CRI Exposed, and says: “We see that Safetec will add allot of knowledge and make us capable of taking care of important issues for the aquaculture industry.  They will challenge us and help us develop towards an even safer aquaculture industry.”