Reporting an accident or dangerous occurrence for a petroleum operation in offshore coastal waters

Offshore petroleum occurrence report - form - 924 Kb

This form is used to lodge an offshore occurrence report

What is an accident or dangerous occurrence?

Below is the list of documents and links that you may find useful.

Who is responsible for reporting?

The occurrence report form is used to report accidents and dangerous occurrences at or near facilities in offshore coastal waters (up to 3 nautical mile limit).

A representative of the operator of the petroleum operation or geothermal energy operation is responsible for submission of the report.

The report should be submitted as soon as is practicable but, in any case, within 3 days of the accident or first detection of the dangerous occurrence.

Lodging an occurrence report

For electronic submission of the form (and any attachments where applicable) either:

  • use the ‘Submit by email’ button on the form

or

Related information

Below is the list of documents and links that you may find useful.

Petroleum Occurrence Report Forms and Petroleum Monthly Status Report Forms - guide - 147 Kb

Guide to Petroleum Occurrence Report Forms and Petroleum Monthly Status Report Forms.

Definitions and Coding used in Petroleum Occurrence Report Forms and Petroleum Status Report Forms - procedures - 162 Kb

Information to assist a representative of the operator of the petroleum operation or geothermal energy operation is responsible for submission of the report.

Contact

For any enquiries please contact a member of the Critical Risks Team

Email: CriticalRisksPS@dmirs.wa.gov.au
Phone: (08) 9358 8002 (office hours)
0437 973 672 (Contact 1st)
0439 964 143 (Contact 2nd)
0437 970 014 (Contact 3rd)