We are a communications platform for our Membership and have an active communications policy, raising awareness of the activities and achievements of the Association and our Members.
We issue regular press releases to help update the wider industry on our activities and we are regularly featured in various industry publications. The Association welcomes media enquiries and is happy to assist with information and interviews on industry developments and IMCA activities.
Please use our contact form on this page to connect with IMCA’s press agent, or our Head of Marketing & Communications.
Head of Marketing & Communications
Industry Group Urges the UK Government to Exempt all Offshore Energy Sector Workers from its Quarantine Restrictions
The global Offshore Industry Group, comprising IADC, IAGC, IMCA, IOGP and ISOA urges the UK Government to exempt all offshore energy sector workers from the 14-day quarantine restrictions introduced on […]Read more
View the Latest Safety Information on Hot Work and Fire Watch
TechnipFMC’s video on Hot Work and Fire watch provides key tips and information on preventing fire during hot work. Click here to watch Click here to see the list of […]Read more
IMCA to Withdraw eCMID Classic Windows Application due to Success of New App
The International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) eCMID system provides the marine and offshore industry with standardised formats for vessel inspection. Since its inception it has consistently evolved enabling Accredited Vessel […]Read more
From strategy to action: IMCA adopts its roadmap for advancing environmental sustainability
The Roadmap adopts a four-phased approach: In the first phase, we identify the material environmental issues facing the industry and highlight our Members’ approaches to addressing these. We then look […]Read more
Diver Safety: IMCA and ADCI work together to achieve US Coast Guard Recognition
A Policy Letter ‘Commercial Diving Operations – Equivalent Levels of Safety’ published by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) was issued in October and applies to all USCG regulated vessels […]Read more
IMCA Publishes “Guidelines for Walk to Work Operations”
The Marine Renewable Energy Committee formed a workgroup consisting of vessel owners, wind farm operators and motion compensated gangway manufacturers and worked alongside an oil & gas focused industry steering group consisting of representatives from leading manufacturers of motion compensated gangway systems.
The W2W guidance has been produced to help standardise the way in which vessels are intended to give personnel safe access to offshore structures both in the wind and oil & gas industries. Heave compensated gangways fitted to vessels stabilise the motions of the vessel so that people can transfer safely from a vessel to an offshore structure or platform.Read more
Navigating vessel compliance in the current and post COVID-19 world
Don’t miss the opportunity to register for the for the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) Europe & Africa Regional Webinar taking place on 1 December(10:00-11:30 GMT). The webinar will focus […]Read more