WE SHALL OWN THE SHALLOW DEEP
OUR FUTURE FLOATS SAFELY
We plan and execute our operations in accordance to NORSOK U-100 and IMCA D014 as a accredited Diving Contractor member of IMCA.
SubseaPartner has headquarters in Haugesund with base, technical work shops and 100 meters of quay side.
We have a strong value-based safety culture. Our high tech assets, extensive experience and top safety performance secures capacity and competence for customers both offshore and inshore.
We have extensive experience offshore, nearshore and inshore on floating assets.
Our in-house project management combined with smart engineering solutions ensures operational success.
Most of the project execution is performed by the same project personnel that have operated the vessel and spreads for more than 20 years. Our strengthening of staff positions has extensive experience from the international diving industry.
Our history goes back to 1993 when RIISE Underwater Engineering (RUE) was established.
The company acquired the Diving Support Vessel, Risøy and has performed a variety of diving work along the Norwegian coastline.
In 2010, RUE became a part of the Fugro group and gained good experience from inshore and offshore activities both in Europe and in Africa.
The transfer of Fugro RUE in 2013, was the birth of SubseaPartner supported by Cinclus Equity Partner and Cinclus IV as the major shareholder.
In the early years of SubseaPartner DSV Risøy and inshore dive operations was the company’s primary activity. The project team with DSV Risøy performed extremely demanding diving work on the Statpipe shore approach at Kalstø, west of Haugesund until spring 2022.
In 2016 we entered the offshore diving segment in the North Sea. From this point the Norwegian Continental Shelf and UK sector became the primary market for SubseaPartner. The investment in LDC Trust and LDC Venturer manifested this new direction.
From 2022 our strategy has been to offer subsea services to customers in the floating assets market offshore, near-shore and in-shore on NSC and UKCS.
Our Transparency Act Statement
SubseaPartner is committed to carry out due diligence in accordance with the Norwegian Transparency Act and OECD Guidelines.
SubseaPartner aims to be open and honest about how we conduct due diligence and promote respect for fundamental human rights and decent working conditions.
As an organisation we reject modern slavery in all its forms (including human trafficking, forced labour, child labour, debt bondage, work under threat of punishment and other forms of human exploitation) and are committed to maintain and develop further appropriate safeguards against the mistreatment of persons within our supply chain and business. Our intention is to keep our supply chain transparent. We aim to ensure that our suppliers are contractually obliged to manage such risks and that we conduct audits of our suppliers in pursuit of this objective.
Our organisation and people
SubseaPartner has a team of 14 highly competent individuals working together to realize our company vision: We shall own the shallow deep. Our future floats safely.
Our performance and way of doing business is driven by our values:
- We First
- Deep Quality
- Own It!
- Always Safe
Our people are employed within functions such as Business Development, Operations, Finance, HSEQ, Assets & Technical, Supply Chain, Human Resources, Management and Administration.
SubseaPartner’s headquarters is in Haugesund, Norway.
SubseaPartner’s core business is to provide safe and cost-efficient subsea services to customers in the floating assets market. Our experience from the North Sea within air diving and ROV intervention secures asset integrity of FPSOs/FPUs, Semi-subs and Floating Wind units. The primary market for these services and our operations is in Norway and the UK.
Our process for due diligence is based on “OECD Due Diligence Guidance for responsible business conduct”.
Activity 1: Overall risk evaluation
We are evaluating our suppliers on management level to evaluate whether we see a risk of negative impacts to basic human rights and decent working conditions through supplier audits.
We are evaluating the risks based on criteria’s such as country of operations, industry and yearly procurement spend. If we do not see any risk with the supplier, the evaluation will stop at this point in the process.
Step 2: Deep risk evaluation
If we do see a risk in Activity 1, we need to do a more detailed risk evaluation in Activity 2. We will evaluate the findings in Activity 1 against SubseaPartner’s knowledge about the supplier. If this is not sufficient, information and documentation will be collected from the supplier to make a full evaluation. If we then don’t see any risk with the supplier, the evaluation will stop at this point in the process. If the supplier is not able to satisfy the evaluation requirements of SubseaPartner then we will proceed to the next activity in the process.
Activity 3: Establish action plan
Activity 4: Deliver on actions
In these activities we will use the findings from Activity 2 to create and implement an action plan to mitigate the risks identified. If necessary, our Partners or Collaborators will be involved in this step.
Activity 5: Lessons learned
In this step we evaluate the learnings from the process and the action taken. In this step we will confirm that the actions have resolved the identified risks and the negative impact has been reduced. Lessons learned in this step will be implemented to future processes.
Transparency Act Procedure
Subseapartner’s Transparency Act Procedure is based on our Human Rights Policy and prepared to provide guidance and instructions on the Company’s compliance and commitment to the act relating to enterprises’ transparency and work on fundamental human rights and decent working conditions. This shall ensure that the Company complies with the requirements of public access to information regarding how the Company address adverse impacts on fundamental human rights and decent working conditions.
This procedure is yearly reviewed and updated by management.
In case of finding adverse impact
In case SubseaPartner identifies adverse impacts through its due diligence process on fundamental human rights and decent working conditions, SubseaPartner will fulfill its legal obligations to publish the findings and measures to cease the adverse impact and actions implemented.
Please contact SubseaPartner’s Finance Manager for more information about our business, operations and transparency work.