Marlin Oilfield Divers, Inc., is dedicated to identifying and mitigating safety hazards with all tasks.
All of our personnel have “Stop Work” Authority and we employ behavior based safety training techniques. We have a clear understanding of the skills, techniques, equipment and personnel required to plan, and execute critical assignments, both on location and in the office. This combination of demonstrated operational experience and our strong emphasis on safety and extensive project knowledge ensures that our clients’ expectations are met. Marlin meets or exceeds all industry standards and regulations. Appropriate guidelines and regulations which we adhere to include:
- Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI)
- International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (OGP)
- US GOM Diving Safety Work Group (DSWG)
- United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
- United States Coast Guard (USCG)
- Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA)
Marlin Oilfield Divers, Inc. maintains a complete inspection and preventative maintenance program on all equipment owned and utilized by the company and said program contains measures directed to safety, as well as environmental concerns and maintained by the companies’ operations manager and periodically reviewed by management.
At hire all employees receive a copy of Marlin’s substance abuse & drug policies booklet and are required to review and acknowledge receipt, agreement and understanding of all information contained therein. All employees are drug tested at hire and agree to random testing, post injury testing, field testing, etc. New employees are also given copies of the company’s progressive discipline policy to be adhered to by all company personnel. Random drug tests are conducted routinely to ensure adherence to our comprehensive drug and alcohol policy in full compliance with DOT and US Coast Guard requirements. Marlin participates in and is a member of:
- DISA Global Solutions (DISA)
- National Compliance Maintenance Service (NCMS)
In full compliance with the Department of Transportation’s Operator Qualification Rule (49 CFR Parts 195 and 192) Training for employees in First Aid, CPR, and PPE. Marlin’s vessel personnel are all licensed in accordance with U.S. Coast Guard regulations. Hazwoper training in accordance with 29CFR1901.120 has been provided for our personnel engaged in oil spill response activities.Marlin participates in, and is a Member of:
- PEC Premier Safety Management Program
- ISNetworld (#400-151639)
- Operator Qualification Solutions Group (OQSG)
- Veriforce Compliance Solutions
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