The Late Diving Superintendent Mike Fairfield carrying out his Toolbox Talk Prior to the mobilisation of the Air/Nitrox SDDE spread onto the DPII DSV Manta in Germany July 2004. for the Maersk OIl & Gas Annual Offshore Platform Inspection Programme.
A section of subsea brace being recovered to the deck after being cut from an Offshore Platform by divers using diamond wire cutting procedures . The diamond wire has made a clean cut through the steel wall of the brace and the concrete fill.
This images shows a visual crack located by divers in an offshore Platform weld complexe, crack stopper holes were drilled into the ends of the cracks as a temporary measure in the late 1970's
Burial of one of the 3 subsea power cables between the North Denes Beach Shore End and the Scroby Sands OWF. This image shows the subsea cable plough still on the beach and the power cable located inside the cable quadrant in preparation for the pull.
Divers recovering the old Aldeburgh long sea outfall in November 2000 the outfall head was located 1350m seaward from the beach with the divers working most of the time in nill visibility.