Shoulder measurements for offshore workers

By: Workers Health Ltd  23/06/2015
Keywords: oil and gas, marine engineering, Offshore Oil

“From 1st April 2015, the CAA will prohibit helicopter operators from carrying passengers on offshore flights, except in response to an offshore emergency, whose body size (including required safety and survival equipment)is incompatible with the nearest authorised underwater escape exit.” (CAA Report, CAP 1145, February 2014) Workers Health is pleased to announce that it is now able to offer ‘Shoulder Measurements’ for Off-Shore Workers. We can off this service at your work site, or at one of our clinics in either Surrey or Central London. Workers Health employs accredited staff able to offer shoulder measurements for offshore workers in compliance with the CAA Directive for helicopter passengers travelling to offshore installations in the UK.

Keywords: marine engineering, Offshore Oil, offshore oil and gas, Offshore Oil And Gas Industry, oil and gas, Oil And Gas Industries, oil companies, Oil Rig

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From 1st April 2015, the CAA will prohibit helicopter operators from carrying passengers on offshore flights whose body size (including required safety and survival equipment)is incompatible with the nearest authorised underwater escape exit.” (CAA Report, CAP 1145, February 2014)