Low environmental footprint
We take our environmental responsibility very seriously and make sure that our operations have minimal impact:
- Our carbon footprint is low compared to other station-keeping solutions. Our mooring systems do not require fuel to keep your offshore assets in place, which in turn means no air pollution and no carbon emissions.
- Our anchoring systems do not generate any noise pollution, as they do not rely on rotating machinery to maintain effective operation. As a result, our underwater acoustic footprint on marine life is null.
- Our chemical impact is also limited as no solvents or lubricants are required to run our systems. The result is an insignificant impact on water pollution. Even the paints and coatings on our certified mooring equipment is specially selected to have low residual solvent dispersed whilst in use.
- We reuse and recycle. The average lifespan of chain in 25 years. The same chain can be reused dozens of times before it is recycled back into raw steel. Some equipment can be downgraded to ballast instead of scrapped. We send out our old mooring fibre rope to be used to make alternative products for other industries.
- We decommissioned the first spar that would be used in the Gulf of Mexico Rigs-to-Reefs program. Since it was laid onto the seabed at that specific site, the Red Hawk spar offers a unique, cave-like environment for fish.
- We help prevent environmental disasters. Our station-keeping systems ensure both the integrity of the well and the reliability of operations during drilling. Pre-installed moorings provide the most robust solution minimising the risk of catastrophic failure.
- The way we do our business onshore is also guided by international standards with all our Ports and Logistics bases certified to ISO 14001 (see below).
Some of the measures we have undertaken to lower our footprint
- Use of a selective catalytic reduction additive in our diesel forklifts to reduce harmful pollutants like NOx and replacement of all diesel and gas fork lift trucks to electric ones at our Broadfold Road facility
- Implementation of an aerosol can puncture station in our fabrication workshop
- Installation of sensor switches, LED lights, and recycling points in offices around the world
The InterMoor facilities in Singapore, Norway, United Kingdom, Brazil, and United States are ISO 9001 certified and all other InterMoor facilities worldwide are ISO 9001 compliant.
InterMoor is a registered member of the International Marine Contractors Association, ISNetWorld and First Point Assessment (FPAL), an oil and gas industry supply chain database, run by Achilles.
InterMoor is fully registered as a supplier in the Achilles Utilities Nordics and Central Europe.
InterMoor Ltd. has also been awarded Warranty Certificates of Approval as Qualified Towmaster for our key marine personnel; whilst we have always been confident that our selection and training processes ensure our personnel are highly competent, this third-party approval is an important initiative which provides documentary evidence to our clients of the competence of our Towmasters and Marine Representatives.
Complete commitment to HSE performance
It is the policy of InterMoor that all of its activities be conducted to:
- maintain a safe, healthy and injury-free workplace;
- respect and avoid damage to the environment;
- document, monitor, and ensure safe systems of work that avoid accidents, anticipate hazards and reduce risks;
- comply with all applicable laws, regulations, client requirements and recognised best practices;
- ensure HSE management is a prime responsibility of line management from our Executive Management to first-line supervisory level; and
- ensure respect for health and safety and care for the environment is an integral part of and is inseparable from our daily operations.
InterMoor Ltd completes its twelfth straight year of operation without any lost time incident (LTI).
Unique training programme
InterMoor’s offshore personnel attend a unique five-day intensive ‘Training Deck’ programme developed by InterMoor to familiarise offshore employees with the basic tools and equipment used during the different types of operations they are required to perform offshore and to familiarise them with HSE requirements. This training programme includes both classroom training and hands-on training. Each offshore employee must pass written and performance examinations graded by third-party safety professionals.
InterMoor facilities are OHSAS 18001 certified. InterMoor Inc., InterMoor A/S, and InterMoor UK are ISO 45001:2018 certified.
InterMoor’s facilities in Norway, the UK and Morgan City in the US are ISO 14001 certified.
|US ISO 9001:2015||6 Jul 2022||Download PDF|
|US OHSAS 18001:2007||29 May 2020||Download PDF|
|US ISO 45001:2018||6 Jul 2022||Download PDF|
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|A/S ISO 14001:2015||12 Jun 2021||Download PDF|
|A/S ISO 45001:2018||1 Apr 2021||Download PDF|
|A/S ISO 9001:2015||12 Jun 2021||Download PDF|
|UK ISO 45001:2018||21 Jan 2022||Download PDF|
|UK ISO 14001:2015||21 Jan 2022||Download PDF|
|UK ISO 9001:2015||21 Jan 2022||Download PDF|
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