IADC reveals the fourteen nominations in the running for the IADC Safety Award 2019

19 August 2019 – IADC is proud to announce fourteen nominations in the running to receive the Safety Award 2019. The winner will be announced on 17 October 2019.

IADC Fleet list 2019

As a service to the dredging community, IADC releases an updated version of the IADC Fleet List each year.

Safety Award 2018 Winner: Van Oord Debris Removal Platform

To promote innovations within the realm of safety within the dredging industry, the International Association of Dredging Companies gives a Safety Award to an exemplary programme, procedure or project each year. Announced at the IADC’s Annual General Meeting, the winner of the Safety Award 2018 is Van Oord’s Debris Removal Platform. Van Oord changed the existing technique of manually removing debris to an automated system, reducing the risk of personal injury.

And the Safety Award 2018 goes to….Van Oord for the Debris Removal Platform!

To promote innovations within the realm of safety within the dredging industry, the International Association of Dredging Companies gives a Safety Award to an exemplary programme, procedure or project each year. Winner Announced at the IADC’s Annual General Meeting, the winner of the Safety Award 2018 is Van Oord’s Debris Removal Platform. Van Oord changed […]

Safety Award 2018: nominations

There are eight nominations in the running for the Safety Award 2018!  The winner will be announced on 15 September 2018. Nomination 1 WE ARE ITA BY JAN DE NUL GROUP During the course of a project, attention and priorities can shift, but one thing is certain: safety results from successful projects and vice versa. Jan […]

Van Oord

As a global marine contractor, Van Oord focuses on dredging, oil & gas infrastructure and offshore wind.

The Hansje Brinker Safety Award
The Hansje Brinker Safety Award

Acknowledging the maximum effort put into safety and security, while working in an extraordinarily challenging environment, Van Oord Nigeria Ltd was presented with a company award for overall achievement in QHSE (quality, health, safety and the environment).

Immediate displacement of the seabed during Subsea Rock Installation (SRI)
Immediate displacement of the seabed during Subsea Rock Installation (SRI)

The immediate displacement of the subsoil, and therefore the need for extra volumes of rock, can be accurately determined as long as sufficient geotechnical information on the seabed is available. Van Oord dredging and marine contractors has extensive experience in installing subsea rock by using flexible fallpipe techniques.