DNV's transparent and independent approach to verification, certification, quality surveillance and marine operations assures that an activity, product, facility or service is in compliance with specified requirements of owners, authorities and other stakeholders, thereby ensuring a successful project and safe operations in-service.
With the shift from traditional prescriptive requirements towards goal-setting functional requirements, an increasing number of regulators worldwide are demanding that safety is to be demonstrated through risk considerations.
As the first organisation to introduce a risk-based approach, DNV provides a transparent, global, risk-based and fully independent approach to verification. Our experience helps customers strike a balance between technical and operational issues, safety and costs.
DNV’s Risk-Based Verification reduces and manages risk through a structured, systematic and transparent approach. DNV examines whether an activity, product or service complies with specified requirements and provides independent verification throughout an asset’s life cycle.
The company secures an appropriate focus on key risk elements and on documenting and ensuring successful projects and safe operations.
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Risk-Based Verification (RBV) is a structured, systematic process using risk and cost-benefit analysis to strike a balance both between technical and operational issues and between safety and costs.
DNV’s transparent and fully independent approach to verification on pipeline, riser and subsea facilities will help reduce and manage risk, thereby ensuring successful subsea projects.
Process systems require special attention during new-build and/or operations phases, especially when modifications are carried out. DNV has extensive experience in topside design verification, fabrication and installation surveys worldwide.
DNV provides a full range of services for all types of systems and equipment, either custom-made or of standard supply to ensure that products and equipment delivered to site are to the right specifications and in compliance with regulatory requirements.
The financial and technical consequences of an accident, or an unexpected occurrence during temporary phases involving offshore marine operations, can be devastating. This fact alone emphasises the importance of having a well-defined marine operations verification scope, a recognised technical reference, competence and experience, and quality of service.