Survitec has ramped up its operations in China following government initiatives to get the world’s second-largest economy moving again after three months in lockdown.
Shipowners looking to retrofit marine exhaust gas cleaning systems as a way of complying with new sulphur emissions rules should verify the capacity of their fixed fire-fighting systems before undertaking any retrofit projects.
Survitec’s Marine Training Academy in Stonehaven, Scotland, has been certified as a recognized provider of maritime safety equipment training, following the successful audit of the facility by classification society DNV GL.
Survitec has taken lifejacket safety and performance beyond the regulatory requirement with the introduction of a lifejacket range that has a minimum of 150 Newton buoyancy.
To meet a market demand for lifejackets and immersion suits capable of withstanding the repetitive rigours of offshore training programmes, Survitec will introduce its 1300 Series training suit and Halo training lifejacket with Emergency Breathing System at OPITO Global this November.
Safety and survival partner Survitec has introduced a completely new lifejacket designed to provide helicopter transfer passengers with a level of safety, comfort and in-water performance not currently available in the energy aviation sector.
Two fishermen whose boat caught fire off the coast of Land’s End, UK, on 16 July successfully evacuated into a Survitec liferaft and from there were taken ashore by Falmouth Coastguard.
Survitec has received DNV GL certification as a class-approved service provider for all DNV-GL classed vessels operating various brands of safety and survival equipment, including lifeboats, liferafts, MES and fire-fighting equipment and breathing apparatus.