DNV offshore rules incorporate knowledge and experience acquired over time and provide a consistent set of standards designed to ensure fail safe design and redundancy to prevent a failure from becoming a critical accident. The rules and supporting documents are subject to regular updating to reflect operational experience and advances in technology.
Documents for offshore class, the DNV Offshore Codes, consist of a 3-level hierarchy of documents:
Rules for Planning and Execution of Marine Operations are recognised worldwide by both the marine and offshore industry, and are commonly quoted as the basis reference for marine operations. The rules lay down technical and procedural requirements related to proper planning and execution of marine operations.
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Class rules and supporting documents give criteria for design, construction and maintenance of offshore assets.
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DNV's rules and standards are available online from the page called "Rules & standards".