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Subsea service specialist Rovco has been awarded the full suite of health, safety and environmental management system standards by DNV – only two and a half years after they launched.

The Bristol-headquartered organisation secured the ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018 accreditations, underlining its team’s dedication to achieving the very highest HSEQ standards. The endorsement process was carried out by DNV, a global leader in certifying the management systems of companies across many industries including; renewables, oil, gas and marine.

Brian Allen, CEO and founder of Rovco, said: “Achieving these certifications so early demonstrates that we have robust, safe systems of work in place. It emphasises that we can consistently meet our own, and regulatory expectations regarding the quality of our services, knowing we’re doing our utmost to protect life and the environment.

“Being recognised by DNV is proof of our commitment and enthusiasm to deliver outstanding, safe, service levels, alongside our ground-breaking vision and AI tech.”

The HSEQ management system was implemented during Rovco’s initial growth phase. Project manager Liam Warren was instrumental in its establishment and Megan Wright, HSEQ manager who joined the firm during the process, ensured audit success.

Megan said: “This is a fantastic accomplishment for such a young, but properly established, company. We’re so proud of everyone’s hard work and dedication in preparing and delivering projects safely. We work hard to continually improve, innovate and achieve our objectives.”

Launched in 2016, Rovco is pushing the boundaries changing the way underwater work is performed, removing personnel from harm’s way as they focus on moving offshore jobs back to the office. Investing in the development of real-time AI and 3D systems for autonomous and remote subsea robotics, the company has the resources and expertise to deliver challenging projects across the globe. By effectively using technology Rovco provides a far more flexible, efficient and cost-effective service compared with existing methods. For more information, please visit www.rovco.com.

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