SSI RM signs agreement with IPLOCA
Published by Lydia Woellwarth,
On 24 July 2019, SSI RM signed a five-year Alliance Agreement with IPLOCA, becoming an Allied Institution in conjunction with sitting on the IPLOCA HSE committee.
IPLOCA is an association made up of over 250 members that provides a platform to share ideas, network and build business relationships within the onshore and offshore pipeline construction industries. SSI RM is a specialist security and risk management consultancy that delivers high level security and risk mitigation services to the offshore and onshore industries. The Alliance Agreement enables SSI RM to continue to develop its presence in the international pipeline sector as well as contribute significant specialist insights to all IPLOCA members.
SSI RM will provide a range of different services to the association and its members including bespoke country briefs and city reports, that provide detailed data regarding the security and risk profile of over 70 global locations. In addition, SSI RM will provide post-incident reports as well as host an IPLOCA Portal where a complete library of SSI RM country briefs can be accessed. Furthermore, SSI RM’s sister company SSI Energy will provide medical risk management advice and services to IPLOCA members.
On the Alliance, Director Jules Rawles described the partnership as “exciting, considering SSI Group’s recent successes in the provision of security and medical services to construction projects in high risk territories”. When asked to comment further, Rawles explained that “SSI RM’s mission behind the Alliance is to support all IPLOCA members in their objective to improve the safety of personnel working in higher risk regions of the world as well as contribute subject matter expertise in medical and risk management requirements”.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/15082019/ssi-rm-signs-agreement-with-iploca/
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