Briggs Environmental Services have once again successfully completed the annual Clearwater Forth Oil Spill Emergency Response simulation, which took place on 16th September 2014 at Cramond.
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Briggs Marine are pleased to announce that their Diving Division, which launched in April of this year, has recently been awarded accreditation of ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001 by NQA, the UK’s leading assessment, verification and certification body.
Submarine power cable installation, performed by Briggs Marine Contractors Limited, takes place between the islands of Coll and Tiree.
Following the successful cable installation between Barra and Eriskay last month Briggs Marine continue to support renewable energy development on the Isle of Barra as they delivered a community wind turbine last weekend [9/11/13].
Works to lay a Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) underwater energy cable between Barra and Uist have been completed.
Briggs Environmental Services took part in Exercise Black Anchor, a planned emergency response oil spill simulation, in the Firth of Forth on Tuesday 2nd October at Craigdimas Rock, Aberdour.
On Monday 16th September Briggs Marine and the UK’s Environment Agency held a naming ceremony at Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth for the last of their fleet of coastal survey vessels, the Solent Guardian.