Bordelon Chooses Helm Operations Software

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Monday, April 29, 2013

Edoc Systems Group, developers of Helm Marine Operations Software (Helm), confirmed that Offshore Supply Vessel provider, Bordelon Marine, has chosen Helm HSQE Manager and Helm Onboard to manage their vessel maintenance, safety and compliance. Helm Onboard will be installed on all Bordelon vessels, but the first installation will be on their new Stingray series 260’ class DP2 OSV, which is slated for sea trials in May 2013.

Helm, which is approaching its 15th anniversary, will provide a digitized layer of efficiency to Bordelon’s already exceptional safety record. The software provides a central system for Bordelon to manage their inspections and audits as well as any deficiencies, non-conformities, or observations that may arise. To assist vessel crew with the mounting administrative duties onboard the vessels, Helm will provide full synchronization with Bordelon’s vessels to share changes to standard operation procedures and close the loop on maintenance requests and other compliance-related items.

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