‘Safe at Sea’ Goes Ahead With Preparations for SOLAS Classification


Safe at Sea has decided, based on the preliminary study that Det Norske Veritas (DNV) Advisory presented in the spring of 2022, to move forward in the process of reaching a SOLAS classification, reports Cision News.

Preliminary study for SOLAS classification

During the spring of 2022, the company, with support from DNV Advisory, has carried out a preliminary study for SOLAS classification of the product portfolio.

The preliminary study, which aimed to clarify the possibilities of implementing a certification process, has given a positive response. Based on the preliminary study, the board has decided to go ahead and prepare for a continued classification process.

SOLAS project

The SOLAS project is an important part of the company’s growth agenda, and the purpose of the SOLAS classification is to reach out to a significantly larger market and to offer our products to customers who require SOLAS classification. For example customers in the shipping sector, passenger ships, oil platforms, etc.

This is a clear direction for our work and we look forward to move forward in the process. We believe that a successful certification process creates new opportunities and that it is an important milestone to achieve shorter sales processes and increased sales volumes,” says Henrik Hartman, CEO at Safe at Sea.

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Source: Cision News