Safepath is one of Norway's leading marine monitoring and emergency preparedness service providers. Our team of marine professionals are on duty at our maritime traffic control center 24/7. We are continuously developing user-friendly safety management systems and will drill your crew. All with one goal in mind:
To be prepared should the unthinkable happen.
Safepath is a consultancy company with expertise within marine operations and marine safety. We also have the largest independent marine survilance center in Norway for the offshore industry, aquaculture and fisheries.
We specialize in emergency preparedness and safety work for the maritime industries, and provide 24/7 monitoring of maritime traffic, inspections, third-party approval, auditing, development and simplification of procedures, security training and easy to use safety management systems.
We aim to be a service provider that makes an important difference in the interaction between established rescue agencies, seafarers and maritime operations. Our goal is to make it easy to increase the safety and efficiency of offshore activities.
To be prepared for the worst
The despair of arriving too late for an accident or finding out that you lacked vital information that could save lives are experiences that stays with you. During his 22 years in the Norwegian Coastguard, Safepath founder Terje Rødahl has seen both.
As a direct consequence, he created a company that makes it less likely that you will have the same experience. After patrolling and monitoring the Norwegian economic zone, the Fisheries Protective Zone around Svalbard and Jan Mayen for over two decades - an area 22 times the size of mainland Norway - Terje Rødahl knew what his company would have to deliver to contribute to successful rescue operations:
"MY VISION FOR SAFEPATH IS TO CONTRIBUTE TO GOOD EMERGENCY PREPARENESS SO THAT ACCIDENTS SHOULD Never HAPPEN. SHOULD AND ACCIDENT STILL OCCUR, SAFEPATH HAS ESTABLISHED METHODS TO ASSIST INVOLVED PARTIES WITH QUICK RESPONSE, IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND SUPPORT"
Terje Rødal, founder of Safepath