The approval system for both processes involved supplying extensive evidence for DNV GL review, which was followed by both desktop and face to face audits. The process was then finally wrapped up with a practical demonstration of EM&I’s latest robotic inspection systems conducted at the EM&I Technology Development Centre in Cumbria.
The DNV GL Principal Surveyor, commenting on EM&I’s application said: "Thank you for your kind attention, efficient co-operation and assistance. The presentations as well as the audits were performed at the highest professional level".
Peter Gresty, Manager QHSE & Training, who managed the two approval processes for EM&I commented: "These approvals were some of the smoothest I have experienced. It was all completed in a total of 10 weeks from application to receipt of the approval certificates”.
Danny Constantinis (Executive Chairman) of the EM&I Group also commented: “This is a great achievement and moves us further forward into delivering robotic, digitally driven, remote inspection”.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/23102020/emi-receive-dnv-gl-approval-for-in-water-and-remote-inspection-techniques/
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