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Survitec unveils face covering with anti-viral properties for rig flights

Survitec unveils face covering with anti-viral properties for rig flights

23-Mar-2021Source: Survitec

Global safety solutions leader Survitec has unveiled a new face covering with protective features designed to reduce the spread of viral and bacterial infection, helping maritime workers more confidently follow social distancing rules. Developed in cooperation with oil majors and asset owners, Survitec Protect 360 is a hydrophilic snood-type face covering that incorporates Polygiene ViralOff®,... Read more

Survitec launches new Emergency Breathing System for helicopter ops

Survitec launches new Emergency Breathing System for helicopter ops

4-Dec-2020Source: Survitec

A new compressed air Emergency Breathing System (EBS) for offshore helicopter passengers and crew introduced by Survitec has been designed to offer personnel a greater chance of survival in a water impact scenario. Survitec’s new bespoke Category A EBS has already been integrated into the company’s Halo aviation lifejacket and can be deployed in a... Read more

UK – Petrofac extends Survitec contract for immersion suits and lifejackets

UK – Petrofac extends Survitec contract for immersion suits and lifejackets

1-Apr-2019Source: Survitec Group

Survitec has secured a three-year contract extension with oil and gas services provider, Petrofac, to supply aviation immersion suits and lifejackets for personnel making helicopter transits to offshore oil platforms from Norwich Airport in the UK. Jill Florence, Contract Service Delivery Manager, Survitec, said: “For the past three years, Survitec has worked with Petrofac providing... Read more

EASA and UK CAA approve world’s first Category A Emergency Breathing System

EASA and UK CAA approve world’s first Category A Emergency Breathing System

15-Jul-2014Source: Survitec

The world’s first Category A Emergency Breathing System (EBS), developed by the Survitec Group, has gained approval and certification by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). This is the first major response to the government inquiry and report into helicopter safety, which followed a fatal crash in the waters... Read more

AAIB issues formal report on North Sea EC225 accidents

AAIB issues formal report on North Sea EC225 accidents

11-Jun-2014Source: HeliHub.com

The formal report on the accidents to a Bond and a CHC EC225 in 2012 has now been released by the AAIB.  A further seven new Safety Recommendations have been made, including five related to the liferafts and one related to the fatigue performance  of components manufactured from high strength low alloy steel.  These are listed below... Read more

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