Here you can browse a selection of projects that have benefited from our Port Risk Management Services.
ABPmer is the Designated Person for Lymington Harbour, providing a review of measures and an assurance statement that their MSMS is working effectively.
ABPmer was commissioned to carry out a comprehensive review to support risk mitigation for the proposed Ilfracombe Harbour watersports centre.
ABPmer was commissioned to provide the Port of Rothesay with Navigational Risk Assessments to meet requirements of the Port Marine Safety Code (PMSC).
We assessed whether the newest variant of RoRo vessels using the berth could be moored safely in a ship to ship configuration with the existing bollard locations. We used available MetOcean conditions to assess the maximum environmental conditions in which the vessels will remain alongside.
Harbour Authorities have a responsibility to investigate incidents, and where relevant, collate pertinent information and compile an investigation report with safety improvement recommendations.
Shetland Islands Council (SIC) is the Harbour Authority responsible for the operation of a number of ports, harbours and pier facilities around the Shetland Islands. These include the large oil terminal at Sullom Voe, the port of Scalloway and many other marine facilities across the islands.
The Port Marine Safety Code (PMSC) applies to all UK harbour authorities; the Code aims to improve safety in ports and to enable authorities to manage their marine operations to a nationally agreed standard. As part of the Code there is a requirement for harbour authorities to seek an independent and systematic audit to ensure that the MSMS is being operated effectively.
Littlehampton Harbour is a small but busy port catering for yachting, fishing and larger commercial traffic; its jurisdiction covers the mouth of the River Arun to the historic town of Arundel.
The Government of Gibraltar appointed GJB Ltd, a Gibraltar based contractor, to undertake the design and construction for a new marina capable of accommodating 700 boats with lengths of up to 9.0m. The new harbour also provides berthing facilities for superyachts up to 165m long.
Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) working in partnership with Argyll and Bute Council (A&BC) and the Northern Lighthouse Board (NLB) commissioned a Harbour Management Plan for Oban Bay.