Norway’s state energy giant Equinor has welcomed AIS Survivex’s initiative at its Dogger Bank offshore wind project, the safety training services provider said in a November 10 announcement.
An Equinor official said: “We would like to commend them for all their hard work and look forward to working with them further over the lifetime of the project.”
AIS Survivex has been working collaboratively with dozens of local companies in the local supply chain to ensure they have skilled personnel in place for the project’s start. First commercial output from the giant project is expected next year.
Head of renewables at AIS Survivex, Charlie Guthrie, said: “Given the scale of Dogger Bank, having the right workforce in place with the right skills ready to mobilise at a moment’s notice will be crucial.”
In addition to skills training, AIS Survivex has worked with local companies to digitise and streamline the management and reporting of training through software systems developed by sister company, 3t Transform.