SEAPLANNER ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF FULL-SERVICE PERMIT TO WORK SOLUTION
SeaPlanner, the industry’s leading Marine Management System, has expanded its solution for managing Risk Assessments, Method Statements and Work Permits for offshore wind projects, with the launch of a full-service package that includes Permit Controller personnel.
The new offering is provided as a collaboration between SeaPlanner and a number of reputable industry partners as part of its Strategic Alliance Program that offers full Marine Coordination services for offshore wind clients. These partners are Marine Coordination Services, Specialist Marine Consultants (SMC) and EMS Maritime Offshore.
The service will initially be available across Europe however it will be rolled out in Asia and the US as the markets in those regions develop.
SeaPlanner Permit to Work provides a fast and efficient user-driven process for the submission, review, approval and issue of all permits. Consisting of 3 main functions – Risk Assessment/Method Statement (RAMS), Permits and Transfer of Control (ToC) – the system is an integral solution to the smooth running of the project and control over contractor work on offshore assets.
“As well as providing the system to manage the submission, review and approval of RAMS and permits, we are increasingly being asked to supply experienced personnel to manage the entire process,” Steve Pears, SeaRoc Group Managing Director said.
“This is where our clients really benefit from our partnerships with other trusted companies within the industry. We can ensure clients are equipped with key project tools, and personnel fully trained in using these tools, to meet their project needs.”
In addition to Permit to Work, SeaPlanner provides advanced personnel and operational planning tools for large scale projects, enabling you to plan and monitor operations, using a controlled, standards compliant (including full support for GDPR) and auditable method. The software features a range of tools for ensuring the safety of personnel and the efficient running of the project, including inductions, certification management, personnel and asset tracking, manifesting and access control – the addition of Permit to Work provides a complete audit trail of the contractor’s journey throughout the project.