Chloé Candies, 500k Hour Without Incident

Monday, July 20, 2009

Saipem America, a worldwide provider of construction and subsea engineering services to the offshore oil and gas industry, announced that the Chloé Candies, a multi-purpose support vessel, and her crew reached 500,000 man hours without a Lost Time Incident (LTI) or a Recordable Incident.  The crew achieved the milestone mark during the period of September 25, 2006 thru July 2, 2009 - working 1,010 days without incident.

The Chloe Candies is a US Flagged, Class II DP ROV support vessel with a healthy 8,000 sq.-ft. deck area inclusive of a 20 x25 ft moon pool and a permanently installed 100 ton Tele-knuckle crane. The vessel features a helideck, cinema, gymnasium, hospital and private conference room along with accommodations for 66 personnel.

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