Recently Dive Marine Services attended to a vessel calling Singapore that required urgent attention. They experienced noise and vibrations from the propulsion system. When a ship’s propeller is damaged it becomes imbalanced which reduces the vessel’s performance and efficiency and leaves it prone to severe vibrations that can lead to bearing failure of the main shaft. This ultimately hinders the vessel from continuing operations with off-hire and other costs or delays as possible results.
The Covid-19 pandemic has strongly disrupted lives, families, communities and businesses for the past few months with our Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) business being no exclusion. As we currently had to cease all our client facing operations, we have taken this opportunity to shift our focus to the continuous improvement of our internal processes, and in particular our quality and technical competency standards.
ogether, we are facing a truly unprecedented situation. The global Covid-19 pandemic is affecting all of our families, businesses, communities, and the way we have been experiencing life.
I would like to share with you a brief update on how we, Dive Marine Group Services, are managing the current situation and its consequences to our business and services as well as your own. Read More
5 MARCH 2020
SINGAPORE’S DIVE MARINE GROUP SERVICES LAUNCHES INTERNATIONAL GROWTH STRATEGY IN GIBRALTAR
Client Update – COVID-19
Preventative Policy at Dive Marine Group of Services (DMGS)
n 7 February 2020, the Ministry of Health raised the Dorscon Alert Level to Orange in response to the emerging COVID-19 virus in Singapore. To ensure we play our part in mitigating the risks we face in managing this virus, I have implemented a comprehensive set of measures laid out in our Biological Risk Response Procedures Policy. This has been fully briefed to all our staff, and I want to take this opportunity to share what we are doing to ensure the continued safety of our teams, our visitors, our suppliers and our clients. Read More