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This document provides contractors and clients with guidance on the safe and efficient use of ROV Systems. The various types of ROV (vehicle), tools in common use, typical tasks undertaken, support locations and methods of operation are identified and briefly reviewed. This information is intended to provide an overview of the subject and an understanding of the relationship between various combinations of equipment and operational tasks. This document is not intended to replace experience and competence to successfully conduct ROV operations. Reference to information contained in manufacturers manuals, company integrated safety management and the outcome of any risk assessment and mitigation should always be followed.
Whilst this guidance highlights a wide range of technical and operational scenarios, it should be the duty of individual contractors to satisfy themselves that all ROV operations are conducted safely and efficiently.
The document is intended to assist:
In 2021 this current version – Revision 5 was completed to reflect technical developments, expand on AUV, trenchers and improved operational practice
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