Guidance

MGN 543 Offshore Renewable Energy Installations Safety Response

Highlights issues to consider when assessing navigational safety and emergency response, caused by offshore renewable energy installations.

Documents

MGN 543 (M+F) Safety of Navigation: Offshore Renewable Energy Installations (OREIs) - Guidance on UK Navigational Practice, Safety and Emergency Response.

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MGN 543 Check list for developers

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Details

This notice replaces MGN 371 and should be read in conjunction with the following MCA documents:

  • Marine Guidance Note “Offshore Renewable Energy Installations (OREIs) - Guidance to Mariners operating in the vicinity of UK OREIs”, and

  • Methodology for Assessing the Marine Navigational Safety Risks & Emergency Response of Offshore Renewable Energy Installations”.

Notice to

  • Other UK Government Departments
  • Offshore Renewable Energy Developers
  • Offshore Transmission Owners
  • Port Authorities
  • Ship owners
  • Masters
  • Ships’ Officers
  • Fishermen and Recreational Sailors.
Published 19 February 2016
Last updated 19 August 2016 + show all updates
  1. Updated - MGN 543 Checklist for developers
  2. First published.