At Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore we have a guiding mission: Shaping a better maritime world.
We are driven to keep people and assets safe and to preserve our blue planet for future generations.
Risk is ever-present. Protecting our planet and our clients’ people, ships and offshore structures drives every decision and action we take. This deep sense of purpose makes us go beyond the scope of individual projects to find new ways to anticipate and manage risk across the industry, promoting health and safety, and protecting the marine environment.
At Bureau Veritas, we understand the challenges you face in designing, building and operating a truly sustainable maritime business. We’re by your side to help navigate the energy transition; supporting you with practical advice, tools and technology for you to make the right decisions to run a safe, sustainable, and high performing business.
Executive Vice President
Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore
Our industry is facing systematic transformation. This is no longer just about ships. A fair transition to a more sustainable maritime world encompasses the energy and port infrastructure that support them, the economy they serve, the people who sail them – and the sea itself.
We are deeply involved in the marine and offshore industries. We seek to share our knowledge widely, and use our extensive work with clients, industry bodies and authorities to bring about positive change. Our people are proud of the role they play in creating long-term value for our clients, supporting innovation and helping the industry move forward safely. In return, our clients recognize and value our commitment to service and technical excellence.
We are digitally transforming our business to improve the efficiency of the services we deliver to clients, and offer new services. In doing so, we aim to protect our clients’ assets and people, improve their performance and protect the maritime environment – whether by using digital twins of assets to model risks through the lifecycle, developing Rules to address cybersecurity risks, or creating numerical simulations of risks at sea.