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New DROPS Video – IMCA SEL 039

IMCA is pleased to announce the publication of a new video on dropped objects.  This short video highlights the importance of safe working practices not only to offshore personnel but also to their families at home.

The video was prepared by Technip with help from Atlas.  The DROPS Forum has requested that this be made available across the industry to share good practice, and it has been shared by Subsea UK and Oil & Gas UK (OGUK), and also now with IMCA.

Members will agree that this kind of collaborative approach to safety is cost-effective and worthwhile.  IMCA and the Safety, Environment & Legislation (SEL) Core Committee offer thanks to Technip for making the video available.

The video is available from the IMCA website: Technip DROPS

IMCA Contact

Nicholas Hough
Consultant - Safety and Security

Information Note Details

Published date: 10 May 2016
Information note ID: 1309


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