CAN Group is pleased to share that it has received approval from DNVGL to provide Remote Inspection Techniques as an alternative inspection solution for the classification surveys of the structures of ships and mobile offshore units.
CAN is one of the first companies worldwide to receive the approval from the classification society for Remote Inspection Techniques, covering UAV, ROV and Rope Access, both internally and externally on hull structures.
This latest approval accompanies and enhances CAN’s existing DNVGL approvals as a supplier of Ultrasonic Testing, Eddy Current Testing and Magnetic Particle Inspection on marine vessels. Collectively, these approvals enable CAN Group to provide an integrated and cost-effective service for the completion of vessel classification surveys.
Neil Rose, CAN’s Inspection Services Director, commented: “Obtaining DNVGL approval for Remote Inspection Techniques ensures our clients that CAN Group is fully compliant to the highest standards. With extensive experience across our 35-year tenure, CAN is well versed at conducting class surveys and this new approval further cements our position as a leading Inspection Services provider.”