ScottishPower Renewables has awarded SeaRoc Group with a 5-year framework contract to provide Health, Safety, and Quality management support to their East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm.
Scope of work includes provision of specialist personnel to provide advice and support to the project during construction, development of management systems, and delivery of comprehensive training to help ensure safe and efficient work on the project.
“We look forward to working with SeaRoc, who are one of the UK’s leading Health and Safety management support companies working in offshore renewables,” said Charlie Jordan, ScottishPower Renewables’ Project Director. “Delivering East Anglia ONE will be a major engineering challenge, involving up to 3,000 people working in a variety of locations. Safety will always be our number one priority, and SeaRoc will help us to ensure that the project is delivered to the highest standards.”
This contract extends SeaRoc Group’s UK project portfolio. The company has now supported 29 of the UK’s offshore wind farm construction projects.
“We’re delighted to be selected as one of the providers to support the East Anglia ONE project. SeaRoc Group has been providing specialist HSEQ services to the offshore renewable energy sector since 2002, and we’re confident that we will deliver a quality service to ScottishPower Renewables as the project progresses through construction,” said Kelly-Ann Ee, Head of HSEQ at SeaRoc Group.
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