OEG delivers temporary welfare module
Leading offshore cargo carrying and A60 module company OEG Offshore (OEG) has recently delivered a temporary welfare module to a global subsea cable manufacturer.
OEG Offshore’s facility in Dyce, Aberdeen has completed an offshore welfare module, designed to accommodate four people as a short stay shelter to be utilised in the event of bad weather during operations offshore Malaysia.
The scope of work included the design and manufacture of a 20ft offshore container meeting the strict structural design standards of DNV 2.7-1 / ISO 10855 / CSC plated and equipped for safe area operation. The container module is heated with insulated and lined walls for additional thermal protection and designed with a bedroom, canteen area, and washroom to the customer’s specific project requirements.
The canteen is equipped with basic cooking facilities and a seating area. Also, the partitioned bedroom area provides comfort for a short overnight stay with bunk beds and blackout curtains.
The subsea cable company’s Operations Supervisor stated, “The welfare container looks very good with a really robust electrical system. Overall, I’m very happy with the welfare container delivered by OEG Offshore.”
OEG has successfully supported major oil and gas customers with bespoke modules for 35 years from the UK and local bases in Africa, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Caspian, and the Middle East. OEG’s standard range of DNV 2.7-1 containers and baskets along with A60 engineering cabins are available for sale and rental within the region.