Our years of experience and expertise mean we have a unique view on the world of risk
From our offices in central Aberdeen, we coordinate a network and staff of marine, risk and survey professionals undertaking projects worldwide for the offshore oil and gas market, shipping, ports and renewables sectors.
Here, they share some of their opinions and views across a variety of subjects.
The energy required to operate mobile offshore drilling units (MODU) is typically provided by diesel fuel oil. However, diesel fuel oil consumption on board MODUs, like all other forms of diesel consumption, contributes towards climate change through direct emissions to the environment, e.g., carbon dioxide, nitrous oxides and sulphur oxides. Diesel also has a financial cost which must be met....
We all find ourselves juggling the balance between cost and value.
In the competitive race to survive and thrive, decisions can be taken that at first glance appear to cut costs.
The following story of unintended consequences demonstrates how a seeming straightforward business decision had repercussions the organisation hadn’t predicted.
But people are involved in every aspect of work, which is why looking at the part that human factors play is so important.
The end result in helping to avoid accidents and ill health at work cannot be underestimated.