Compliance and QHSE
Sembmarine SLP has a QHSE and Compliance Policy confirming the company’s commitment to the protection of people and the environment and to product integrity as well as striving for improvement in performance. The Compliance Policy incorporates three main aspects, all of which are supported by individual policies and an Integrated Management System:
Quality (ISO 9001)
Occupational Health and Safety (OHSAS 18001)
Environmental (ISO 14001)
These Management Systems are regularly independently audited and certified by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA). they support the company’s activities and are based on methods developed over many years, providing well established systems of work.
Our commitment to compliance has resulted in Sembmarine SLP being amongst the few elite EPC companies that hold certification for all three management systems. We have also been approved and certified by DNV as a designer and manufacturer of piping, piping assemblies and topside modules meeting the requirements of the Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC. Other organisations which conduct regular audits of the Management Systems are First Point Assessment Limited (FPAL) Verify and Achilles UVDB, both of which consistently result in above industry average ratings for Sembmarine SLP.
We take pride in our meaningful approach to health, safety and environmental management. Our objective is to ensure that all operations are carried out safely and efficiently with no harm to people, the environment or damage to plant or equipment.
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Latest Case studies
In September 2015 Sembmarine SLP was awarded the contract to carry out the construction of the Power Generation Module (PGM) and Bridge Links for the Maersk Oil Culzean project development in the North Sea.
The offshore facility has been designed, engineered, procured and constructed in Sembmarine SLP’s Lowestoft yard and includes suction bucket technology, a first for an offshore substation in UK waters. Part of Statoil’s £1.5 billion Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm project to power more than 410,000 UK homes, the structures have been designed to meet exacting specifications.