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Lessons learnt in UXO risk management & geophysical survey

Event organised by Offshore Engineering Society

Date
05 October 2022
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Overview

The presentation will explore the unique lessons experienced by some of the largest offshore construction projects in the world.

The presentation will explore the unique lessons experienced from some of the largest offshore construction projects in the world. Ordtek has worked exclusively for the developers and asset owners on many such projects, so are privileged to provide a top down objective opinion on the UXO risk management strategies and UXO related surveys. Ultimately the aim is to use these lessons for the future to reduce costs, minimise impact to the environment and mitigate project risk while maintaining an ALARP ("as low as reasonably practicable") status to address the health & safety risks.

Speaker

Lee Gooderham

Lee Gooderham

Ordtek Limited

managing director

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Lee Gooderham

Lee Gooderham has taking the specialist consultancy practice (Ordtek Limited) from start-up to one of the most recognised UXO specialist in the World. He has spent over 20 years executing UXO risk management on energy, and construction, related projects on land and within the marine environment. His principle role has been to guide clients’ through the evolving landscape with all matters relating to UXO, from satisfying regulatory requirements to brokering technical solutions with installation contractors.

While supporting a range of sectors, he has been most influential in the offshore renewable industry where the Ordtek approach is considered industry best practice. Throughout his career Lee has routinely been involved with industry guidance and best practice documentation that has shaped the wider UXO management processes including work with CIRIA, AWEA and the Carbon Trust.

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