Ocean Safety Equips Latest Svitzer Workboat

Posted by Michelle Howard
Thursday, February 06, 2014
Wearing the new K2- 275 twin chamber lifejackets (left-right): Andy Bracewell – Sales Manager, Mr Robert Gray – Managing Director at Southampton Marine Services , Andy Norwood – Health and Safety Officer, Svitzer, UK

The U.K.’s largest independent safety supplier Ocean Safety has delivered a full safety inventory to the new workboat for Svitzer UK, as part of their ongoing contract to supply and support the U.K. fleet.

The new workboat Svitzer Leven is currently undergoing sea trials and will be based and operating on the Tees.

The workboat, which will be used to collect marine wastage from ships calling at the port, has been manufactured in Southampton by Southampton Marine Services Ltd. at Ocean Quay.

Ocean Safety supplied a range of safety equipment, which conforms to the MCA Code of Practice for workboats specifications, as part of the service and supply agreement.

Svitzer Leven will depart this week from Southampton and will be making its way up the east coast, stopping at selected ports en route.

Ocean Safety offer complete safety boat sets or bespoke equipment and can assist, with specific requirements.

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