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Marine South East to speak at Virtual Islands Summit, 10th September 2020, online

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Webinar on Smart Grids and Island Energy Business Opportunities , 17th September 2020, online

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KTN-iX Challenge to Improve Crew Boat Safety

KTN-iX has launched a call seeking a solution to increase the physical separation of technicians in the confined spaces of offshore crew transfer vessels.

Social distancing rules in operation during the Covid-19 pandemic are forcing some operators to limit offshore crew transfer vessels operations to a maximum of four passengers.

This impacts the amount of work that can be undertaken on a wind farm, affecting jobs and ultimately energy production.

The KTN-iX challenge has been launched in search of a rapid solution to address the physical separation of technicians in the confined spaces onboard vessels.

The new challenge launched by KTN, is in partnership with Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult, offshore wind health and safety group G+ and the Workboat Association.

For more information please visit:

https://ktn-uk.co.uk/news/ktn-ix-has-a-new-innovation-challenge-to-improve-the-safety-of-offshore-technicians-during-covid-19?utm_campaign=1744122_Transport%20update%20May%2020&utm_medium=email&utm_source=dotdigital&dm_i=2VFU,11DRU,6MZOJJ,3YHPM,1

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Posted 2020-05-26 10:42:48

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