Today, we have said a fond farewell and good luck to one of our longest serving employees, Keith Benton, our Fabrication Inspector and friend, who has called time on a long and very successful career, you will be missed Keith, Good Luck and enjoy your retirement
ISO 45001 Global Occupational Health and Safety Certificate awarded to MCC.....Great Job Everyone!!!
We are pleased to announce that MCC have just been accredited with ISO 45001 the new global occupational health and safety certificate.
Released in March 2018, the standard replaces OHSAS 18001 and allows management system integration with other ISO standards, which provides a more streamlined approach to multiple system management.
The importance of effective health and safety management is recognised by employees, customers, suppliers, contractors, regulatory agencies, insurers, and stakeholders alike, and is a primary concern to all, across the globe. As this is an internationally recognised standard, this will be a huge benefit to our business in the world wide market place.
All at MCC will wish to congratulate our team for successfully passing GWO Basic Safety Training after a week of intensive theoretical and practical training.
The course aims to enable candidates to take care of themselves and others working in the offshore wind industry by having the knowledge and skills of working at heights, manual handling, fire awareness, sea transfer and survival and in case of an emergency to be able to evacuate, rescue and provide first aid to casualties.
This suite of offshore training modules is increasingly becoming a default requirement of several of MCC’s clients and one which MCC are fully committed to delivering.
MCC have just completed the fabrication and mobilisation of steelwork for MPI Adventure ahead of her upcoming project which will involve the removal, upgrade and re-installation of Turbine Blades at London Array.
The recently completed contract saw the fabrication of blade rack grillages, an elevated mezzanine deck 75m x 25m x 5m high, built in 3 No sections and cantilevering at either side of the vessel, 4 No Tugger Winch / Access structures, 3 No Portable Habitat units and mobilisation of 3rd party equipment, over an intensive 3 month period.
We have now completed the fabrication and coating of the 2 x Blade Rack Grillages required for the Upcoming Blade Upgrade Campaign, these will be mobilised onto MPI Adventure next week, meanwhile work continues on the mezzanine deck structures, which are scheduled to load out starting later in the month.
We are pleased to announce that a new order has been placed by our Client for a further 35 Hydraulic Strut Units, again bound for the USA.
Production has commenced on the units with completion scheduled for late April.
MCC are pleased to announce that Deep Ocean have placed an order for a 3.50 MBR Modular Pull in Quadrant, the unit which will be certified by DNV and ultimateley shipped to Cadiz, will go into fabrication late this week, delivery is scheduled for early April.
Deep Ocean have awarded MCC the contract to fabricate and deliver the full deck spread for their upcoming Project on Hornsea One OWF, the spread which consists of an ROV grillage, Overside Survey Poles and associated Access structures and a Cable Highway spread, this will be fully assembled and surveyed prior to installation aboard installation vessel Edda Freya, fabrication works are now well advanced with delivery set to commence week 13.
We have recently completed fabrication and painting of a large quantity of Access Platforms that will be utilised on the EA1 project.
The various structures are modular to allow road transportation and were completed ahead of schedule.
The structures will be utilised on a Pile Template fabrication that Houlder are currently engaged in mobilising for their Client Van Ord.
We have just completed the fabrication and comissioning of a piling template for Houlder and their Client, Jan De Nul, despite a very tight timescale and significant construction issues, the project was completed ahead of schedule allowing the Client to visit site to witness FAT testing and dimensional surveillance.