Reflex Marine is proud to be recognised for their contribution to improving safety for workers in the maritime industry. The company received the 2017 Seatrade Award for Safety at Sea for the personnel transfer carrier WAVE-4.
On recieving the award Sandra Antonovic, Chief Operating Officer at Reflex Marine, said:
“We are honoured and very happy that our efforts to expand safety during transfers to offshore sectors beyond oil and gas are being recognized. We are proud to be working in an industry that is re-evaluating and prioritising safety of personnel at sea and look forward to continuing to collaborate with other innovative companies to improve safety in the marine environment.”
The Seatrade Awards celebrate the success, ambition and innovation that inspires the future of the maritime industry.
Liz Marsh, Marketing Manager, and Sandra Antonovic, Chief Operating Officer, at the Seatrade Award Ceremony in London, June 2017
The award was collected by Miss Sandra Antonovic, Chief Operating Officer, Reflex Marine Ltd and presented by Gwynn Lewis, Head of Data, Digital and Software, Lloyd’s Register and Grant Elrick, Global Sales Director, Seatrade
The judging panel included:
Philippe Louis-Dreyfus OBE President, Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) Dr. George A. Gratsos Chairman, Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association (HELMEPA) Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen Chairman, International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) Esben Poulsson Chairman, International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) John Platsidakis Chairman, International Association of Dry Cargo Ship Owners (INTERCARGO) Nikolas Tsakos Chairman, International Association of Independent Tanker Owners (INTERTANKO) Capt. Andrew Cassels Director, Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF)
Crew transfer to a vessel with the award winning WAVE-4
WAVE-4 is Reflex Marine’s latest innovation for transferring personnel offshore by crane. The installation of the Dudgeon offshore windfarm in 2016 proved to be an ideal environment to trial the carrier. Seaway Heavy Lifting (SHL), a leading offshore contractor based in the Netherlands, were the ideal partner for the trial. Read more about the trials.