IMarEST - Avoiding safety incidents in confined spaces using robotic technologies

8th September 2021 12:00 pm

Serious safety incidents and worse in confined spaces have spiked in recent years but are avoidable using robotic asset integrity technologies.

Now that corporate manslaughter charges, Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) issues have become important board level considerations - avoiding accidents and fatalities in the maritime industry is now possible by using robots in confined spaces instead of people. This webinar will discuss the challenges for management of risks of operations in enclosed spaces, and safer methods that are available. ‘The lowest possible cost’ is not necessarily the only measure by which people in industry will be judged in future.

As a case study, this presentation will also introduce the NoMan® remote camera & laser scanning technologies, developed by EM&I for tank inspections, etc.. This technology provides a means to avoid manned entry, working at height, or in confined spaces. “We let robots do the dangerous work” stated Danny Constantinis (Executive Chairman) of the EM&I Group – the international asset integrity specialists. The EM&I NoMan technology has been approved by all the leading Class Societies and used successfully on FPSOs, Drillships, & Semi Submersibles on many projects throughout the world. The benefits of this technology, which is safer, faster, more economic, and greener, will be explained in detail during the webinar.

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