We have developed a range of training courses to assist with career development and the provision of a competent workforce, Namaka Subsea can assist individuals to reach their true potential within the workplace.


Working with the Client we will endeavour to ensure that processes and decisions result in the overall reduction of risk associated with projects, which will include attending and participating in project planning meetings and project HIRA’s, as well as the development of the project risk assessment and diving project plans.


Namaka Subsea has developed a number of solutions of clients based on industry compliance, including Competence Management System, Medical Equipment and an Equipment Management System.


It is our aim to take the knowledge and experience gained by our personnel, over the years, to provide both technical and operational support to our Clients within the subsea industry.




Namaka Subsea can now offer Seacroft’s SafeZone® 500 programme which is a suite of procedures, training, on-board mentoring and audit tools enabling offshore installation operators to manage and mitigate risk of collisions involving attending vessels. It sets out a common procedure which can be applied across an operator’s entire portfolio of installations and attending vessels

The programme is designed to be a fit-for-purpose, cost-effective solution enabling installation owners to demonstrate to regulators that the operators have in place suitable and sufficient procedures and processes to reduce collision risk to the ALARP level

  • SafeZone® 500 Procedures lay down the checklists to be followed on board the installation and the attending vessel at each stage of the approach, and the standardised ‘challenge and response’ radio communications managed from the installation to confirm zonal control and procedural compliance at each step
  • SafeZone® 500 Training reinforces to key installation and vessel personnel the criticality of controls in managing and mitigating collision risk, acquaints them with the regulatory framework, and introduces them to the ‘staged-approach’, checklists and communications protocols they will adopt. Understanding of the training is formally assessed.
  • SafeZone® 500 Mentoring aboard the delegate’s installation or vessel rehearses in practice the elements learned in the classroom, but with operational focus on the delegate’s specific role in the operation
  • SafeZone® 500 Audit on completion of training allows installation operators to verify compliance with the procedures laid out in the programme, and affords the opportunity for periodic re-verification of compliance

SafeZone® 500 has already been adopted by several installation operators in the UK North Sea – indeed two operators have successfully relied upon adoption of SafeZone 500 in submissions to the UK HSE in securing the closure of enforcement notices relating to control of collision risk in the 500m exclusion zone.

SafeZone® 500 was shortlisted for the Offshore Support Journal Safety Award 2018.

Recommended Time Frame: 4 hours

All Namaka Subsea courses are being run online using Namaka's Learning Management System, which is accessed using an internet browser with an internet connection. Once payment has been completed, log in details to the course will be provided via email.

Safe Zone 500

Namaka Learning Management System / Presenter Lead Virtual Classroom


  • Available on Request (∞ Spaces)

Delegates (£295.00 each)