While the regulation for certifying new-build offshore containers is clear, in-service inspection procedures are not.
Offshore containers require inspections at one-year and four-year intervals to make sure they're still safe to use.
In the interest of a safer industry, Lloyd's Register has developed robust in-service inspection procedures for offshore containers. These procedures address intermediate and periodic inspections, frame inspection procedures, maximum acceptable deformations, container in-service inspection criteria, sling sets, and reporting requirements.
Through the release of these procedures, we continue our 250+ year-mission to make society safer through the advancement of rules, standards, research, and technology.
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