Provision of Paramedics
Provision of Offshore Medics
Review of Medical Setups
Testing and Screening Services
Clinicians Trained to Suit Your Project

Professional experienced medical care at the point of injury anywhere in the field

Every project aims for zero harm, but accidents do happen. When they do, early access to appropriate management and treatment reduces deterioration, increases survivability and promotes a speedier recovery.

All our Clinicians have a complete set of GWO qualifications to allow them to climb any asset in the field. In addition we provide our clinicians with full STCW training allowing them to act as vessel crew.

Pre-written tool-box talks ensure vessel crew and PAX alike are all briefed to support the Paramedic in making a prompt response to an incident.

Where required our Clinicians have IRATA Rope Access & Confined Spaces training.


Along with holding GWO qualifications to access turbines, our team have MCA STCW qualifications allowing them to act as deck crew on vessels.

If preferred our Paramedics can sail in a crew seat depending on the vessel’s capacities taking up a crew seat rather than a PAX seat.

We have found this to be beneficial when dealing with COVID-19 seating capacity reductions.

To train as an Offshore Medic you must come from a clinical background. Some come from a registered profession like Paramedics and some are unregistered.

The title Paramedic is a protected state registered title much like Doctor. Using the title without being qualified and not holding a Health Care Professional Council registration number is illegal. A condition of a clinician’s registration with the HCPC means they have to maintain a auditable portfolio of training and practice to evidence their continual education, to satisfy the HCPC of their competence. The HCPC randomly audit portfolios to ensure compliance. This also provides our clients with reassurance that the staff we deploy to your project are capable when called in to action.

How do you maintain operational readiness?

Our team complete a thorough checks of equipment and drugs under their control. Checks and tests are evidenced and logged electronically.

Once kit is charged, checked and operationally ready everything is closed and sealed with coded tamper tags


What do fire extinguishers, lifting points and PPE all have in common?

They all have regular tests, assessments and inspections. How often are your first aiders tested in real world scenarios and drills? Chances are most people attend a classroom based first aid course once every three years and are never tested until someone’s life depends on them. Our paramedics are able to visit your field or vessel in the UK or Europe to run scenarios, drill your emergency response teams, introduce new theories and skills. Then deliver training to for fill any training needs identified during their time with you.