DPR OFFSHORE SAFETY PERMIT (OSP)
The Offshore Safety Permit (OSP) is issued by the DPR for travelling by boat, ship or helicopter to offshore/swamp facilities, ship to ship transfer, oil and gas platforms, rigs, work barges, marine vessels, workboats operated and owned by contractors in the oil and gas industry.
It is a Personnel Accountability System (PAS) designed by the Department for Petroleum Resources for tracking personnel working in offshore and onshore locations, managing installations owned and operated by contractors in the oil and gas industry.
The Department of Petroleum Resources is responsible for the issuance, establishment and management of OSP in Nigeria.
To obtain an OSP, the following requirements must be met:
The following documents are to be attached to the application.
Fee for application
The applicant is to make a one-off payment of $680 (Six Hundred and Eighty Dollars) official fee for the first year initial registration on the platform and a subscription fee of $135 (One Hundred and Thirty-Five Dollars) for the renewal of the Offshore Safety Permit.
Application for the Offshore Safety Permit under the Specialized Category
Application for an Offshore Safety Permit (OSP) is also made under the specialized category of the OGISP. Under this category, the applicant is required to possess relevant technical skills and pay a statutory registration fee of N250, 000.00 (Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira) and a processing fee of N7, 500 (Seven Thousand Five Hundred Naira)
Documents required to be attached in processing the OSP under Specialized Category
Procedure for the application
The Offshore Safety Permit is given to personnel of a company through the company’s application after a list has been prepared of all offshore personnel in accordance with the OSP application form.
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