Important information when traveling offshore to Repsol installations.

Health certificate and course-diploma

Make sure you have a valid offshore health certificate and bring this with you. The certificate is valid for two years. Repsol employees can get the health examination by contacting Repsol Health Department. You must be prepared to show your certificate upon check-in at the heliport.

Repsol employees can take the health examination by contacting RNAS Company doctor John Hjelle:

See also lists with approved petroleum doctors in Norway and abroad here: 

Petroleumslege - Finn din petroleumslege (

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Bring valid identification; passport, drivers license or national ID-card. Do not pack these documents in the checked-in luggage. You might have to display them at the security check before boarding.

If you are a foreign citizen, you must have a valid residence permit and work permit and be able to show these at check-in. More information and details can be found in the guidelines from the Offshore Norge association, 003 Anbefalte retningslinjer for sikringskontroll på helikopterterminalene (

Requirements before departure

  • General requirements before departure to Repsol’s fixed installations:
  • Valid offshore health certificate
  • Basic safety course (GSK)
    • Mandatory for all offshore personnel
    • Rehearsal course every four years
  • HSSE e-learning course
  1. Go to Training portal: Trainingportal and log in as per instructions – with user name or create new user
  2. Go to Repsol Utreise HMS/Repsol rig visit course ENG/NO course 4)
  3. If you do not have printer access, please make a print screen, or take a photo of the course certificate to bring with you the first time at the heliport
  4. Always bring a copy of the certificate and valid ID documentation when travelling offshore.

For technical support and technical issues, please contact: +47 24 15 55 55. 

Please note that there may be specific departure requirements for drilling rigs or flotels that are commissioned by Repsol Norge AS.

Departure documents such as health certificate and course certificate, which are not already registered in DaWinci, should be sent to registration in DaWinci before departure. These must also be available  to be displayed on request at the heliport.

My DaWinci profile

It is expected that you create a MyDaWinci ( This is an online portal for anyone traveling offshore, where you get an overview of your personal data, certificates and completed courses. The portal is used for pre-check-in for helicopter tours. Through your profile, you can also e.g. subscribe to your departure information, expiry date of own departure requirements and other useful information.

On departure, you are expected to do a pre-check-in (including approval of the privacy statement) via your MyDaWinci profile, so that you can use the self-service check-in machine at the Heliport.

Meeting point

You must meet at the heliport no later than one hour before departure. For first-time travelers, it is recommended to come even earlier. Change of departure time must be clarified and approved in advance. 

Helicopter departures can be followed at



Your luggage must comply with the following requirements:

  • Maximum weight per bag: 10 kg
  • Maximum size: 46 x 46 x 23 cm
  • Maximum 2 bags – exceeding luggage must be sent as cargo

It is not allowed to bring hand luggage on board the helicopter (only newspaper/book that can be placed in the inner pocket of the survival suit).

Tools and equipment cannot be checked in as luggage. This must be sent as cargo. There are separate guidelines for: 003 Recommended guidelines for check-in and security checks at helicopter terminals (

Protective equipment

  • A dedicated procedure for selection and use of personal protective equipment (PPE) has been created. HSE-PRO-REN-010 describes PPE required to travel offshore for Repsol Norge AS and must be followed.
  • Outside the accommodation area all personnel must wear the following protective equipment:
  • Helmet/hard hat
  • Ear protection (ear muffs and ear plugs)
  • Safety glasses
  • Coverall
  • Protective gloves
  • Protective footwear

In case of work in the accommodation area, appropriate PPE must be used according to the work to be performed.

Service personnel are expected to bring their own relevant PPE for work onboard. If the rig has to hand out additional PPE, the cost shall be covered by the supplier. 


All medicines must be registered at the heliport and presented at the security check. Please note that the nurse will have the most commonly used medications available on board. 

  • Non-prescription drugs can only be included in unopened packaging.
  • Prescription medicines must be in the original packaging and marked with your name (prescription label).
  • All medications must be cleared with a nurse on arrival offshore.

For more details: 003 Recommended guidelines for check-in and security checks at helicopter terminals (

Personal electronic equipment onboard the helicopter (PC, mobile, camera, tablet and smartwatch)

It is not permitted to use personal electronic equipment during helicopter transport

When checking in for offshore departure or the return home, all large electronic equipment brought with you, such as laptops and tablets, must be switched off and placed in a separate luggage

Smaller equipment such as smartphones, smart watches etc. can be taken into the helicopter cabin and must then be kept on the inside of the rescue suit. Mobile phones carried inside the life jacket must be switched off from the security check at the terminal until the passenger arrives at the accommodation at the destination. When departing from offshore, the mobile phone must be switched off before the security video is shown in the arrival hall

All equipment must be switched off during transport. It is not sufficient that the equipment is put in flight mode

Spot checks will be carried out both onshore and offshore to check that mobile phones are switched off before passengers leave the terminal building

When returning home, each individual must ensure that electronic equipment is switched off and stored as mentioned above. After this has been done, it is not permitted to take the equipment out of the luggage before handing over luggage at the helicopter terminal on land or possibly after check-in at another installation where it is permitted to be used

Personal electronic equipment onboard the installation (PC, mobile, camera, tablet and smartwatch)

  • Personal electronic equipment is only permitted to be used and stored in living quarters and areas approved for recreation and leisure without a requirement to use protective equipment
  • The equipment can also be brought into the office part and control room in the living quarters if the OIM approves it
  • Use outside residential quarters and approved areas requires a work permit
  • In emergency situations, information and pictrues should not be posted on social media or other forms for communication. When charging personal electronic equipment, it is recommended that only suitable chargers can be used. By suitable is meant either original or equivalent chargers which are considered to be of good quality, and which do not develop more noise than is normal. The equipment to be charged must also be placed preferably on a surface that is hard and does not contribute to further heat generation

For more details: SfS Anbefaling 041 (

Contact us for further information

Contact Repsol Health Care