At offshore technology services company Viking SeaTech, whether a project concerns marine engineering, mooring or maintenance, one factor is common to each scenario: people. In a firm that specializes in ensuring that offshore structures are safely, appropriately secured and moved, it is the professionals behind day-to-day operations, whether they work for Viking or for a client, that are receiving increased attention. Health, safety and environmental assurances are the firm’s top priority, said Viking Group Chief Executive Bill Bayliss.
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