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TM Dive

Norwegian company Tero Marine has released TM Dive, a software which automates legally required reporting of dive system maintenance and certification.

The IT solution, developed in cooperation with diving contractors Harkand ISS, aims at phasing out the Excel-based applications used today.

“With old systems, up to 30 per cent of a technician’s time can be spent on maintenance reporting and system compliance. TM Dive will reduce this workload by up to 75 per cent,” said Allan Strachan, group diving technical manager at Harkand ISS.

Inghild Arnesen, marketing manager of Tero Marine, noted: “The diving industry is absolutely packed with safety regulations that diving contractors like Harkand must comply with. The less time you have to spend on reporting means more time to concentrate on safety.”

Tero Marine says that with TM Dive, technicians can sign off the job and produce their reports and certificates with far less effort.

“All diving contractors want to assure their clients in a timely fashion that their diving systems meet the required safety and operational standards,” said Allan Strachan. “Until now, documentation has been a pretty complicated and demanding process in which it is easy to make mistakes.”

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