Offshore & Renewable Energy

Marine Operations and Offshore Renewable Energy

The marine industry and the other offshore activities are dependent that the individual operations can be approved by a third party.  The insurance companies request this review and approval and many investors or client relations have the same interest.

   

Marine Warranty Surveying 

Survey Association as a Marine Warranty Surveying company, is appoints personnel who are demonstrably competent in terms of qualifications and experience to perform the review/approval activity being undertaken in accordance with the scope of work and the practice of the industry.  
  

  1. Lifting:
    Heavy lift and other cargo handling procedures are technical perused and techniques suitability, loads, stability, weather condition will be verified and monitored
  2. Transport:
    Special transports such as wet tow, barge transport, extraordinary heavy lifts are evaluated, surveyed and approved.  Such as route planning, weather criteria, choice of tug and sea fastening.
  3. Subsea work:
    Piledriving, underwater installations, anchor systems will be evaluated, attended and approved.
  4. Cable work:
    Review of cable laying plans, including techniques used and cable parameters, route planning, clearance of obstacles (UXO), burial operations and suitability of equipment.  Operations will be attended.

Survey Association has adopted the SOW and COP outlined by the Joint Rig Committee – representing the interests of insures writing offshore energy risks.

 

Offshore Marine Objectives

The fundamental objective of the MWS assigned or appointed by Survey Association is to make best endeavors to ensure that the risk associated with the warranty operations are reduced to an acceptable level in accordance with best industry practice.

Survey Association as the Marine Warranty Surveying  Company appoints personnel who are demonstrably competent, in terms of qualifications and experience, to perform the review / approval activity being undertaken in accordance with the Scope of Work (SOW) and Code of Practise (COP)

The objective of the COP is to:

  

  • Clarify the role of the MWS
  • Define the function of the MWS
  • Outline approval criteria for Marine Surveying activities
  • Establish minimum standards for MWS performance
  • Define lines of communication between Underwriters and the MWS
  • Specify the work required

Survey Association Ltd has adopted the SOW and COP outlined by the Joint Rig Committee – representing the interests of insures writing offshore energy risks.