OFFSHORE

OFFSHORE GUIDANCE & GOOD PRACTICE

G+ Good Practice & Guidance for Offshore Wind

The G+ is uniquely placed to draw on expertise across the whole global sector, as well as adjacent sectors such as marine and oil & gas. This enables the G+ to bring together decades of experience and data to make offshore wind safer.

One of the ways G+ do this is by producing guidelines on areas of high risk, for the purpose of sharing knowledge and experience and bringing about consensus within the industry. Each Good Practice Guideline (GPG) addresses a specific topic, usually in response to feedback or data that demonstrates the potential for a serious incident.

This is a collaboration between key organisations with expert knowledge of the topic. The aim is not to produce new standards or requirements, but rather to draw together and synthesise existing best practice from diverse, related stakeholder groups. This enables a consensus approach that ultimately delivers an authoritative single reference.

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G+ Good Practice Guidelines
for Safe Helicopter Operations in Support of the Global Offshore Wind Industry

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G+ Integrated Offshore Emergency Response

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G+ The Safe Management of Small Service Vessels used in the Offshore Wind Industry

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G+ Working at Height in the Offshore Wind Industry

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G+ Offshore Wind Farm Transfer

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G+ DROPS Reliable Securing

REGULATORY GUIDANCE

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HSE/ MCA Regulatory Expectations for Emergency Response Arrangements for the Offshore Renewable Energy Industry

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MCA MGN 654 (M+F) Offshore Renewable Energy Installations (OREI) Safety Response