Venturing deeper water means more challenges and requires technologically supported solutions to look after the life, property and environment. DNV, with its vast experience can offer services to support floating offshore installations throughout its life cycle.
As a technology leader, DNV has been involved in major offshore projects to build, maintain and operate all types of objects in a variety of environments worldwide. Using the knowledge base updated over number of decades, we are fully equipped to provide solutions to the needs of the industry to support all types of offshore objects throughout their lifecycle.
In our service delivery, we have three guiding principles:
By doing our survey on site
|Taking into account the vessel's operation schedule|
|Limiting interference with daily operations|
|Closer to customers||With our major hubs in each region|
|Our extensive survey network worldwide|
|By our availability on-line, on time to your needs|
|Integrate with the client||By forming a partnership and taking a team approach|
|From regular survey planning to major modifications|
|Utilising common tools to provide one common asset overview|
DNV offshore service specifications (DNV-OSS), Offshore Standards (DNV-OS) and Recommended Practices (DNV-RP) cover a range of applications that are relevant to the industry and known for its comprehensiveness.
Help ship operators to be in control of the ship’s condition through well-defined procedures for Planned Inspections and Maintenance. Includes ship-specific identification of critical areas, unique 3D illustrations, acceptance criteria, and inspection plans.
To support yards and owners in controlling the above integration risk, DNV has developed Integrated Software Dependent Systems (ISDS). ISDS is based on proven methodology to ensure software integrity from the newbuilding process throughout the unit’s lifetime. Through specific process requirements, ISDS helps prevent software issues that may result in costly delays at the yard.
DNV has taken the opportunity to increase attention to the Jack-Up market segment. A new dedicated OSS, 104 Rules of Classification for Self-Elevating units, reflects this attention. It ensures the right interpretations and requirements in compliance with market standards and international regulations, gives a complete overview covering all the different operational phases of your unit and has adapted procedures ensuring a minimum of interference with operations.