The Ekofisk Complex is located 200 miles offshore Stavanger, Norway, in the centre of the North Sea. Due to subsidence and operating costs, as well as necessary costs for upgrading the existing facilities to meet current regulatory requirements for extended lifetime, it has been decided to replace the ageing accommodation facilities EKOH and EKOQ. The new accommodation facility, EKOL is aimed to secure a robust long term accommodation on the Ekofisk Complex and to ensure safe, continued and cost effective operations of the Ekofisk field to the end of license in 2028 and beyond. General follow up of Working Environment and Safety in the detailed engineering phase, at Sembawang Shipyard in Singapore. The HSE team exists of HSE Lead, HSE Risk Lead, WE Lead and Technical Safety Lead. The HSE team has been responsible for: WE activities, Human Factors (HF) activities, and deliverables, with focus on the WE factors like access and arrangement, illumination, noise, hazardous substances, outdoor operations and climate and ventilation. The main work scope for Human Factors study is the helicopter traffic control centre.