FMEA / FMECA

LOC is the leading provider of FMEA (failure mode and effects analysis) and FMECA (failure mode, effects and criticality analysis) of various fault tolerant systems.

We have specialist technicians and engineers around the world who are experienced in design, operation, first and third-party analysis of systems. Our personnel are familiar with industry standards and classification society requirements for dynamic positioning systems (DP). Our experience and capability includes analysis of safety and operational critical systems including; drilling systems, dive & ROV systems, ballast systems, jacking systems, crane systems, pipe-lay systems, LNG cargo systems including re-liquefaction systems, power systems where emergency generators are not used, redundant propulsion stems and safe return to port in compliance with IMO requirements for passenger ships and crew boats.

Our experts have experience in undertaking in-depth analysis of DP systems involving open bus, closed bus (ring main and single bus), Low Loss Concept (LLC) configurations and DC distribution systems such as ABB’s onboard DC grid and Siemens Blue Drive Plus C.

We provide efficient technical solutions to events or issues arising in DP vessels, design guides, vessel upgrades to equipment standard DP1 or DP2 or DP3.

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Regional Director Asia Pacific / Marine Engineer

Singapore

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Group Director - Marine Assurance & Risk/Master Mariners

Stavanger

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