MMT Scores High on Achilles FPAL Verify

MMT, a specialist in high-resolution marine surveys, has achieved high scores on the Achilles FPAL Verify audit.

The Achilles FPAL community serves the procurement needs of the wider European oil & gas market. FPAL Verify is a supplier assessment that involves a two day visit to a nominated suppliers’ premises to audit Quality, Health & Safety, Environment, Competence & Training practices. It recently took place at MMT´s head office in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The Health, Safety and Environmental sections of the Verify audit are assessed in line with recognised industry standards, OGP & NORSOK. The objective for MMT to go through this process is to reach a wider clientele within the Oil & Gas market with their extensive ROV and seabed mapping services and to secure that their HSEQ system is consistent with the clients’ requirements.

MMT has achieved high scores for the FPAL Verify which are above average in all areas and indicates that their system holds a high standard. The fun and safe work continuously improves and develops MMT’s HSEQ system and assists them in efficiently managing operational risks and improving performance.


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