DNV helps customers to ensure adequate safety and reliability through offshore classification during all phases of the asset’s lifetime, i.e. design, construction and operation.
Stakeholders such as financial institutions, shareholders, insurers and society at large have similar focus on safety and reliability of such units. Accidents are not tolerated in the modern society. DNV helps clients to ensure an adequate safety and reliability through offshore classification, all phases of the asset’s design, construction and operation.
DNV Offshore Classification establishes basic rule requirements based on theory and experience for Mobile Offshore Units, and later verifies that the required safety standards are designed and built in, observed and maintained through the offshore unit’s life cycle.
Activities typically include:
By choosing DNV Offshore Classification the client is ensured:
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Valuable insights into key challenges, significantly reduces the downside risk in projects.
Assuring owners, authorities and other stakeholders compliance to classification rules and statutory requirements.
Ensuring yards and owners that the unit is built in accordance with the rules and requirements.
Ensuring that equipment and systems comply with correct specifications, avoiding unnecessary delays.
The combination of DNV’s tailor-made In-service Inspection Program (IIP) and regular surveys ensures that units are maintained at a satisfactory level, thereby safeguarding life at seas.
To ensure the right interpretations and requirements in compliance with market standards and international regulations, DNV has created a dedicated rule book for self-elevating units.
Based on our renowned DNV Offshore Standards, these rules provide clear guidance and an overview of the relevant requirements for all stakeholders.
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