Aberdeen based CSL, located at Geo House on Commerce Street, has established CSL Dive Audit Services in line with the firm’s five year growth strategy.
CSL, which was established in 2000, has invested a great deal into expanding its team and core services in the last year with the introduction of new divisions including, technical consulting, subsea support services, resources and training.
The dive audit service offers a fully rounded audit of dive processes, procedures, operations and systems which is then reported and presented to the client through a project managed service and from there the recommended changes can be implemented.
The service also includes assistance with IMCA certification, review of current dive operations, implementation of revised processes, procedures and operations and the secondment of dive technical authorities onto projects and operations.
The new service will be headed by Head of Project Services for CSL, Sarah Hutcheon. She said: “This new service was introduced as a progression of CSL’s commitment to recognising the demands within the industry and following many client requests to audit dive processes, procedures and operations. We hold a long standing reputation for providing client representatives to the offshore diving operations industry so it was a natural progression for the company. CSL will ensure that diving operations are conducted safely and in compliance with the Diving at Work (DAW) regulations, approved codes of practice and best industry practices.”
CSL has already provided the new service for parent company DOF Subsea during a recent project for a major client. John Cameron, Regional HSEQ Manager said: “It is absolutely vital that DOF Subsea dive services are fully compliant with industry guidelines and legislation, and this new service offered by CSL proved excellent while we were preparing for our recent project in West Africa. As well as being knowledgeable and experienced in the industry, CSL is working with some of the key figures in the industry to provide this service, and access to their expertise was invaluable.”