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The role of OE is multi-faceted and requires an independent organisation with very high technical capabilities and a detailed resume with plenty of prior experience.

AMOG’s foundation was the offshore oil and gas sector and, since 1991, the company has worked with top tier global companies; owners and operators alike.

From economic and field modelling and architecture, through to detailed design and analysis (including specialised areas such as moorings, pipelines and cables, and risers), AMOG can apply engineering discipline around project management, installation supervision, integrity management, and safety assessments.

An exposure draft process is currently taking place in New Zealand as the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (Hīkina Whakatutki) works with WorkSafe New Zealand (Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa) towards new Health and Safety Regulations and Guidelines. In particular focus are potential Major Hazard Facilities (MHFs): workplaces that have significant inherent hazards, where the consequences of failure, be they human, environmental or economic, can be catastrophic.

ERDF Landscape

In late December 2017, AMOG was very excited to receive notification from Cornwall Development Company Ltd that European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Marine Challenge Fund approved investment in AMOG's WEC Technology Demonstrator project.

System Safety Engineers, both managers and practitioners, from a range of engineering specialisations and sectors should be seeking to fast-track or refresh their knowledge and update their skills on a regular basis.

There is an increasing demand for superior technology and efficiency in modern systems. This has resulted in a substantial escalation in the sophistication and complexity of new designs and an increase in the reliance on modern, software-intensive control systems.