UK: Bureau Veritas Approves Fendercare Marine’s In-Water Surveys

UK: Fendercare Marine's In-Water Surveys Approved by Bureau Veritas

Fendercare Marine’s diving services has been awarded Bureau Veritas approval to carry out in-water surveys.

“This confirms our commitment to safe and sustainable procedures,” comments Diving Director Bob Macmillan.

This latest approval is one of many certifications that Fendercare’s diving division holds, including IMCA and ADC membership, as well as CHAS and SAFEContractor accreditation.

“We are currently working towards gaining approval from other classification societies,“ continued Bob Macmillan ”which will reaffirm our commitment to expanding our business and the products and services we offer.”

The diving division of Fendercare was established in 2010. With the support of being a member of James Fisher and Sons plc, the division has seen rapid growth and provides its products and services across the world.

Subsea World News Staff, May 24, 2012; Image: Fendercare Marine

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