Confined Space Entry Services

Vertech know that working within confined spaces is one of the most high risk activities undertaken in the offshore industry. Resultantly, all Vertech personnel are trained in Confined Space Entry and rescue techniques.

Vertech have a proven track record in executing both inspection and maintenance activities within a range of confined spaces, including storage tanks, pressure vessels, cargo tanks, ballast tanks, riser turret moorings, caissons, legs, pontoons, columns and nodes - all of which have high potential for hazardous atmospheres.

Through a rigorous risk-based approach to the safety and wellbeing of our people, Vertech are able to safely manage and monitor isolations and environmental conditions within high risk areas. This often enables access to such areas with no interruption to ongoing production and operations whatsoever.

Vertech’s experienced personnel are trained in, and fully conversant with, all controls required in order to safely enter (and monitor conditions within) any confined space. Our people are dedicated to proactively contributing to the safety of all personnel involved in confined space activities.

Latest News

Vertech and Geo Oceans are proud to be exhibiting with the Northern territories delegation at Pacific 2017 in Sydney.

As the only comprehensive international exhibition of its kind in the Asia Pacific region, PACIFIC 2017 provides the ideal showcase for maritime and naval defence industries to promote their capabilities to decision makers from around the world. Come by and check out our stand and the expo as a whole...

Wednesday 4th October 2017

Vertech NZ announce extension to Master Service Agreement with MODEC Management Services

Vertech NZ is very proud to announce a two year extension to our Master Service Agreement with MODEC Management Services for the provision of Inspection, Testing and Rope Access services across assets in the Maari oil field which is located 80 kilometres off the coast of South Taranaki, New Zealand...

Tuesday 19th September 2017