Osiris Wins IMCA Diving Division Membership

Osiris has become a contractor member with the International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) diving division.

Improving performance in the marine contracting industry is a core purpose of IMCA. Through a rigorously audited approach to membership requirements across a range of operational divisions, IMCA aims to champion better regulation and enhance the operational integrity of marine contracting.

“IMCA is an essential trade association within the diving and ROV industry as it promotes good practice and contracting members must demonstrate their capability to operate at an industry wide benchmark,” explained Aiden West, managing director of Osiris. “The achievement of securing IMCA diving division membership – following within a year of securing our remote systems and ROV division membership – underscores our commitment to working to the highest standards in this safety-critical environment.”

Osiris has long been working towards IMCA member status and has a reputation of championing the application of the latest, most efficient, and safest diving methods and technologies in its operations for customers. This notable success in the most important areas of its business gives customers confidence that in Osiris, they have a partner that embraces excellent working practices and innovations in the context of safe and highly efficient subsea operations.

“IMCA membership is increasingly seen by our customers in the oil and gas, and offshore marine renewables sectors as representing the vital benchmark of acceptable operations for subcontractors,” continued Aiden West. “Our IMCA diving division membership builds upon that already achieved in the Remote Systems and ROV division, and represents a significant commitment to delivering the same high-quality, tailored service that our customers expect.”

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