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$post_typeCOVID-19 and returning to the workplace

The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on the global economy and continues to present the marine contracting sector with some significant challenges, particularly when in association with the effects of the recent fall in the price of oil. This Information Note provides members with information intended to help them safely re-establish working arrangements … Continue reading “COVID-19 and returning to the workplace”

$post_typeOil/chemical mapping and spill risk assessment in Saipem’s fleet

What was done Saipem has performed spill risk assessments for all its construction vessels.  Through a rigorous and consistent method, the assessments assign a risk level for all equipment on-board in order to evaluate the risk and to provide an order of priority for the implementation of mitigation measures. There were three steps to the … Continue reading “Oil/chemical mapping and spill risk assessment in Saipem’s fleet”

$post_typeSustainable supply chain: Food waste reduction

Reducing supply chain footprint, disposal of waste to sea and disposal of waste to shore are important contributing factors in optimising responsible fleet operations.  In 2017, Fugro teamed up with International Food Services to achieve further optimisation of these activities across its fleet.  By educating galley staff in the creation of modern, healthy and higher … Continue reading “Sustainable supply chain: Food waste reduction”

$post_typeSleipnir: the most sustainable heavy lift vessel – Heerema Marine Contractors

Heerema Marine Contractors is one of the leaders in the offshore construction industry, embracing LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) as a marine fuel.  The most recent addition to Heerema’s fleet – the Sleipnir – has numerous features that reduce its impact on the environment and increase sustainability, including the use of LNG as fuel. Sleipnir is … Continue reading “Sleipnir: the most sustainable heavy lift vessel – Heerema Marine Contractors”