Re: Rig Diver lucky to be alive
Posted by Allan Campbell on August 28, 2020, 8:07 pm, in reply to "Re: Rig Diver lucky to be alive"
Davy if they were on site for a long job they would have called in a special ship for the job an they would have laid about 8 anchors depending on the depth, type of bottom etc. All very very expensive. |
Thatís why these Dynamic Systems were developed.
The diver cots are very high. £600 per day per diver during transit time. Once they enter the saturation chambers itís £1500 per day per diver. Once they finish the job the divers could still be paid for maybe 3 days just decompressing. I would assume that by that time they would come out of the chamber and walk ashore. They may enter the chamber a few days before they start to do any diving.
I am not familiar with the way it works now but it would be something like above.