The maritime sector is currently automating, robotising, and optimising. At the same time, it is more than ever reliant on human capital, which now has to perform in work environments undergoing rapid development.
How do you keep an eye on safety when efficiency is paramount? What requirements do unmanned vessels, control rooms and crane equipment impose on remote control and operating systems? Intergo analyses, designs, provides training for, and implements solutions to enable operators, navigators, and other employees to work in a safe, user-friendly, and sustainably productive manner under a wide range of conditions.
From design to incident analysis
Our extensive experience in shipping, shipbuilding, superyacht construction, offshore operations, port storage and transhipment, marine engineering and fishing helps us design, activate and implement in a goal-oriented manner. We design state-of-the-art ship bridges, ideal deck layouts, as well as complete consoles and control rooms.
Based on thorough risk and incident analyses, we work on new builds and refits, while incorporating important ergonomic factors in our designs in order to comply with the latest standards. Our approach helps to balance physical and mental workloads with the desire for greater efficiency and productivity in the workplace.
Detecting underlying causes
All in all, we have extensive experience in improving the safety culture within various organisations in the maritime sector. We look for connections between people and organisation in order to find the right balance between safety and performance.
Since we are also BowTie and Tripod Beta certified, we can help you identify underlying causes and trends. Our analyses result in concrete recommendations for improving work processes. We focus on such issues as:
- How do you ensure safety in your company?
- How do you prevent excessive physical or mental strain?
- Is the available workforce being sufficiently utilised?