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Disease award

Maritime Risk International

Disease award

Thome Offshore and Tasik Toba Subsea AS have jointly won Offshore Support Journal’s Safety award for their work in achieving the world’s first Infectious Disease Mitigation-Arrangements (IDM-A) notation by classification society ABS. It was the result of months of collaborative efforts between the ship manager and shipowner, together with charterer Shelf Subsea, to ensure the subject vessel complied with detailed engineering and procedural requirements for the management of infectious diseases, including Covid-19. These arrangements are designed to prevent infectious diseases entering the vessel, to contain any disease in the event of an outbreak and to have contingency plans in place to evacuate any serious cases for treatment.

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