Registration And Refreshments
Chairman's Introduction - Health And Safety In The Offshore Wind Industry: Where Are We Now?
Peter Owen Lloyd, Global Head of EHS, Siemens Service Renewables
Case Study: Detailed Models For Round 3 Vessels And Access Requirements
Bjørn Mo Østgren,
Asset Manager, Offshore Wind
How Will The New DNV Gangway Classifications Impact Wind Farms In The Future And What Will The Economic Consequences Be?
Bjørnar Huse, CEO, UPTIME INTERNATIONAL
New G9 Guidance On Marine Operations/Management Of Service Vessels
Dr Roland Gutbrod, Senior Manager HSE & S, Wind Energy Offshore , RWE Innogy GmbH
MCGA’s New Codes Of Practice: How Will They Affect Offshore Wind Operations?
Philip Naylor, Director of Maritime Safety & Standards, Maritime Coastguard Agency
Offshore Technician Safety: Do We Need A Fatality Before Change Will Happen?
Innovations In Environmental Monitoring Technology And Weather Windows Predictions Wave And Motion Measurements:
Wave and motion measurements:
Weather windows predictions:
Jon Arne Silgjerd, Managing Director, Automasjon & Data AS
Developments Of Ampelmann Access And Cargo Transfer
Q&A Panel Discussion: New Access Methods: Are They Going To Deliver On The Industry’s Needs?
Panellists include: Hernan Vargas, O&M , Vattenfall
Case Study: 24/7 O&M Operations At O&M At Walney Windfarm
The presentation will be coupled with real life input on how vessels/operations work in reality in terms of HSE, work routines, planning etc.
Kristoffer Lundbak Eriksen, Team Lead, O&M Offshore Logistics, DONG Energy
Panel Discussion: Pooled Maintenance Within Regional Clusters: Would It Work For Offshore Wind?
Chairman's Closing Remarks
Peter Owen Lloyd, Global Head of EHS , Siemens Service Renewables
13 May 2014, One Drummond Gate, London
Areva, Repower, Seatower, Overdick and Siemens will discuss port strategies for wind farm installation and O&M.
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