We are committed to contributing to a safe, secure world, now and in the future. The health and safety of our team, and those around us, is our primary concern, always. We are proud to have a safety record which is second to none.

HSE Policy

We are commited to prevent injuries, occupational illness, property damage and environmental pollution

We believe that zero accidents and harm can be achieved by:


  • Identifying any risks associated with our activities
  • Implementing mitigating actions to reduce the risk to as low as reasonably practicable including matters of sustainability, environmental, social and governance (ESG)
  • Empowering all employees of the right to call an all stop of unsafe acts/activities
  • Promoting employee consultation and participation
  • Fullfilling our legal and other compliance obligations
  • Continually improve our system and HSE culture

Quality Policy

We are committed to achieving a high degree of quality in all of Ocean Installer’s services and activities.

We believe that quality can be achieved by:


  • Ensuring that quality objectives are established, communicated, measured and reviewed
  • Ensuring that our employees are competent and provided the necessary information, resources and tools
  • Facilitating proper planning and execution of all work and learning from our experiences
  • Continually improving an effective business management system where responsibilities, accountabilities, and authorities are clearly defined and understood
  • Always delivering the work in accordance with agreed requirements and customer’s expectations
  • Interacting with suppliers, sub-contractors and any other stakeholder


We have committed to supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and have mapped our main priorities against 7 goals that are highly relevant to our stated mission and values.

Ocean Installers’ Statement on labour Practices and Human Rights

Ocean Installer is a Norwegian subsea contractor with a global reach delivering full EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) services within the area of marine and subsea operations. We are committed to conducting business ethically and responsibly, and to preventing slavery and human trafficking in our corporate activities.


Our Approach

Ocean Installer has a zero-tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking. We are committed to:

  • Providing safe working conditions for all employees.

  • Treating all workers with dignity and respect.

  • Acting ethically and within the law in our use of labour.

Our Policies

  • Employee Code of Conduct: Our Employee Code of Conduct makes it clear to all employees the actions and behaviours expected of them when representing Ocean Installer. It encourages the highest standards of conduct and ethical behaviour.

  • Whistleblowing Procedure: Ocean Installer is committed to dealing with concerns about the company or its supply chains in an open and responsible manner. Our Whistleblowing Procedure is designed to make it easy for employees to make disclosures without fear of retaliation via our confidential channels.

  • Supplier Declaration: Our Supplier Declaration sets out our requirements that suppliers will provide safe working conditions, treat workers with dignity and respect, and act ethically and within the law in their use of labour.


Our Training

Ocean Installer believes that training on modern slavery and human trafficking will increase awareness and mitigate risk within the business and our supply chain. We require all procurement and HR staff to complete training on modern slavery. In addition to training, the organization will raise awareness of modern slavery issues through regular communications with all staff.


Due Diligence

Ocean Installer undertakes due diligence when taking on new suppliers and regularly reviews its existing suppliers. Where we use external agencies to provide staff, these agencies are subject to the same procurement due diligence as any other supplier.


Performance Indicators

Ocean Installer will develop and use key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure our effectiveness in complying with the Modern Slavery Act. These KPIs will include:

  • The percentage of supply chain and HR professionals who have completed training on modern slavery.

  • The number of existing supply chains that have been reviewed by the organization.

  • The results of these reviews, including any areas where improvements are needed.

We will use these KPIs to track our progress and identify areas where we need to improve our efforts to prevent slavery and human trafficking.

We are committed to continuous improvement in our efforts to prevent slavery and human trafficking. We will regularly review and update our policies and procedures to ensure that they are effective in protecting workers from exploitation.



Transparency Act


Climate Pledge

A 50% reduction in the carbon footprint of scope 1 & 2 by 2035 and carbon neutrality for scope 1, 2 & 3 by 2050. That is our goal.

To achieve this, we will focus on consumption related to our vessel operations, which account for 98% of our total carbon released.