Equinor saw 70 percent more personal injuries in Q2

The Norwegian oil firm books a higher number of personal injuries for Q2 than usual, with the level of serious incidents remaining stable.

Photo: Ole Jørgen Bratland - Equinor

More people were injured working for Norwegian oil firm Equinor during the second quarter 2021: The company reports 70 percent more personal injuries than normal in the past three months.

"We take it seriously that the number of personal injuries is developing in the wrong direction. Nobody must be injured while working for us," says Executive Vice President for Safety, Security and Sustainability (SSU) Jannicke Nilsson.

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